Cite an Act by its short title and date. To refer to a particular element of the Act use s or ss (section or sections),
Pt (Part) or Sch and para (Schedule and paragraph within a schedule).
Cite a SI by its name, date and serial number. To pinpoint, or refer to a particular section of the document, use art or
arts (for example within an Order), reg or regs (within Regulations) or r or rr within Rules.
Deregulation (Greyhound Racing) Order 1995, SI 1995/3231 art 3
When referring to an Act or SI, cite the name of the legislation (including
the year) in the text. Do not create a footnote for legislation that has been cited in your text.
Cite a Parliamentary Bill by its name, whether it is a House of Commons Bill (HC Bill) or from the House of Lords (HL Bill),
the Parliamentary session and the running number assigned to the Bill. House of Commons Bills are numbered within square
brackets. To pinpoint a clause in the Bill, use cl and cls.
Identity Cards HC Bill (2005-06)  cls 4-6
Identity Cards HL Bill (2005-06) 28, cl 4