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ed legislation committee (DLC) is a general committee of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom that allows for debate of a statutory instrument or Church Measure which has been laid before the House of Commons. With respect to statutory instruments, it differs from the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments and Commons Select Committee on Statutory Instruments in that those committees only scrutinise certain technical aspects of them. By contrast, DLCs provide a forum for discussing the merits of proposed instruments. They do not approve or reject delegated legislation, but merely debate it on a motion „That this committee has considered“ the legislation. A statutory instrument or measure debated in a DLC’s is not later debated on the House floor; rather, a vote is taken without debate if one is sought. While any Member is allowed to attend and speak, a DLC is commonly composed of seventeen Members,^ though this can range between sixteen and fifty Members. Only the original members are allowed to vote.^ As with other general committees, the Speaker appoints the chair, and the Committee of Selection appoints the other members. Any MP may participate in proceedings of a DLC, allowing all MPs an opportunity to debate pieces of delegated legislation, but only members of the committee may vote or are counted toward the quorum. Legislation is distributed among the committees by the Speaker, but a fresh committee is nominated for each instrument (or for a small group of related instruments). Statutory instruments under the affirmative procedure are automatically referred to a DLC.^ DLC’s were first set up as standing committees on statutory instruments in the – session, to alleviate the workload of the House. These were renamed at the beginning of the – session to standing committees on delegated legislation, and in – to delegated legislation committees.^ See also edit * Parliamentary committees of the United Kingdom Referencesedit * S.O. , Standing Orders of the House of Commons (Public Business) * House of Commons Factsheet: Statutory Instruments . ^ ^a ^b ^c ^d Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments, Twentieth Report, March * v * t * e Current parliamentary committees of the United Kingdom Commons Departmental * Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy * Housing, Communities and Local Government * Defence * Digital, Culture, Media and Sport * Education * Environment, Food and Rural Affairs * Foreign Affairs * Future Relationship with the European Union * Health and Social Care * Home Affairs * International Development * International Trade * Justice * Northern Ireland Affairs * Science and Technology * Scottish Affairs * Transport * Treasury * Welsh Affairs * Work and Pensions Topical * Arms Export Controls * Environmental Audit * European Scrutiny * Petitions * Public Accounts * Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs * Regulatory Reform * Statutory Instruments * Women and Equalities General * Panel of Chairs * Public bill committee * Delegated legislation committee * European Committees * Northern Ireland Grand Committee * Scottish Grand Committee * Welsh Grand Committee * Legislative grand committee Internal * Administration * Finance * Backbench Business * Liaison * Members‘ Expenses * Procedure * Selection * Standards * Privileges * Works of Art Statutory * House of Commons Commission + Administration Estimate Audit + Members Estimate + Members Estimate Audit * Public Accounts Commission * Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission * Speaker’s Committee for the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority Lords Topical * Communications * Constitution * Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform * Economic Affairs * European Union * International Relations and Defence * Secondary Legislation Scrutiny * Science and Technology Private * Hybrid Instruments * Standing Orders Internal * Lords Commission * Liaison Committee * Privileges and Conduct * Procedure * Selection Domestic * Services Committee * Works of Art Joint Select * Consolidation Bills * Human Rights * National Security Strategy * Statu