England does not have the equivalent of our United States Code. There is no official codification of the laws. The acts of Parliament are bound in annual volumes. The public acts become part of The Public General Acts and Measures. The final volume for each year contains an index and tables. This set is comparable to the Statutes at Large or session laws which are chronological compilations.
UK Statutes Online
Statutes in Force, Official Revised Edition
This is the official text of all acts in force, as amended. It includes all acts since 1235 that are currently in effect, and it incorporates all amendments. The set is published in looseleaf volume by subject.
Halsbury's Statutes of England and Wales, 4th ed.
This is a commercially published, annotated subject arrangement of current statutes. The set is organized into fifty main volumes, an annual cumulative supplement, a looseleaf update called the Noter-up Service, which updates the Cumulative Supplement, and the Current Statutes Service, which includes new acts.
An annual volume, Is It In Force?, gives the commencement date of public acts passed after January 1960. It does not indicate whether an act is currently in force.
Public General Acts
Statutes of the Realm (1225-1713)
Regulations are a form of delegated legislation. A legislature delegates to an administrative agency the responsibility for creating regulations. In England, administrative regulations are known as statutory instruments or statutory rules and orders. The last subject compilation of English statutory instruments was published in 1948. Currently the statutory instruments are published individually and then they are published in bound annual volumes divided into three parts. They are arranged chronologically.