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Legislative Consent Motion

The Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly can pass legislative consent motions to allow the UK Parliament to make laws that apply in Scotland or Wales on policy areas that are normally devolved.

In Scotland, it is also known as a Sewel motion.

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