This provides a user interface which allows you to search papers laid before Parliament using multiple filters. Selecting this option will show you the first few records from the dataset and then allow you to select data from the dataset by filtering on any of the attributes of a paper. You will then be able to download or display the data in the following formats: CSV (e.g. for use in Microsoft Excel), TTL, Text, XML, JSON or RDF (e.g. for developers)
Developers can build API calls using the explorer tool. Help for the APIs can be found at http://explore.data.parliament.uk/?learnmore=Papers%20Laid
This feed contains the 20 most recent resources for papers laid. It returns links to documents and any additional data for each paper. This format is mainly for developers.
Statutory Instruments are included in the Papers Laid dataset. You can find out more about Statutory Instruments by clicking the link.
Statutory Instruments, also known as SIs, are a form of legislation which allow the provisions of an Act of Parliament to be subsequently brought into force or altered without Parliament having to pass a new Act. They are also referred to as secondary, delegated or subordinate legislation and are included on the Papers Laid dataset. You can find out more information about Statutory Instruments on the Legislation.gov website by clicking the link above.