Part of Daylight Saving Bill – in a Public Bill Committee at 3:45 pm on 7th December 2011.
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Because time is not devolved to the Scottish Parliament, there is no need for it to make a legislative order. That is why the Scottish case is different from the Northern Irish case, where there will have to be a vote in the Assembly.
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