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EU Law

Volume 502: debated on Monday 14 December 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what (a) statutory instruments and (b) other regulations his Department has brought forward in this Parliament to meet obligations arising from EU law. (304172)

The Department for Children, Schools and Families has made one set of regulations by way of statutory instrument in this Parliament to meet obligations arising from EU law, namely the Electronic Commerce Directive (Adoption and Children Act 2002) Regulations 2005. The key policy areas within the Department’s remit (education in schools, children’s social care and substantive family law) fall outside Community competence.