The principle of consent in relation to changes made by the House of Lords

27.21The requirement for territorially-distinct consent to provisions relating exclusively either to England or to England and Wales and within devolved legislative competence applies to consideration in the House of Commons of changes made to a bill in the House of Lords, although consent is determined by a dual decision-making process in the House in the case of contested decisions rather than through the passage of consent motions in Legislative Grand Committee.