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Letter dated 16/11/2017 from John Hayes MP to Edward Leigh MP and Adrian Bailey MP, regarding an issue raised in the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill Committee: whether National Grid and DNOs [Distribution Network Operators] are able to access data from smart chargepoints for the benefit of the energy system. 2p.
HC Debate 14/11/2017
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
Letter dated 16/11/2017 from John Hayes MP to Edward Leigh MP and Adrian Bailey MP, regarding points raised during the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill committee debate and the addition of 'securely' in Clause 1(1)(b). Includes a summary of the work the UK is doing on cyber security. 3p.
Letter dated 16/11/2017 from John Hayes MP to Edward Leigh MP and Adrian Bailey MP, regarding the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill committee debate: clarification of how the phrase 'know and ought reasonably to know' would work in practice. 2p.
I. Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000
Consultation: revised codes of practice. 8p. II. Covert human intelligence sources:
draft code of practice. Incl. annexes. 65p. III. Covert surveillance and property interference: draft code of practice. Incl. annex. 96p. IV. Investigation of protected electronic information: draft code of practice. 44p.
Corporate Author: Home Office
Letter dated 16/11/2017 from Baroness Goldie to Baroness Smith of Newnham regarding issues raised during the Oral Statement on the EU Exit Negotiations: the rights of EU citizens in the UK and UK nationals in EU Member States. Inc. attached technical note. 24p.
HL Oral Statement 17/10/2017
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Letter dated 16/11/2017 from Lord Ashton of Hyde to Peers regarding issues raised during day 3 of the Committee Stage of the Data Protection Bill. 3p.
Corporate Author: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Letter dated 15/11/2017 from John Hayes MP to Edward Leigh MP and Adrian Bailey MP, the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill Committee, regarding and attaching two letters on contributory negligence and levels of automation in response to discussions in Committee on 2 November. 3 docs.
HC Debate 02/11/2017
Statement under section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 on provisions of the Finance Bill being compatible with the Convention rights, dated 1 November 2017. 1p.
Corporate Author: Treasury
I. Protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict. Implementation of the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, its Protocols and the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017. 36p. II. Dealing in unlawfully exported cultural property.
Guidance on the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017. 21p.
Letter dated 15/11/2017 from Baroness Sugg to Lord Tunnicliffe regarding the role of the Health and Safety Executive in regulating spaceflight activities. 1p.
HL Debate 14/11/2017
Letter dated 15/11/2017 from Mark Lancaster MP to Connor McGinn MP regarding an issue raised during the debate on Armed Forces Pay: Army Reserve recruitment and retention. 1p.
HC Debate 01/11/2017
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Letter dated 14/11/2017 from Lord Ashton of Hyde and Baroness Williams of Trafford to Lords regarding government amendments to the Data Protection Bill: government data processing and consequential amendments. 2p.
HL Debate 13/11/2017
Letter dated 14/11/2017 from Lord Callanan to Baroness Hayter regarding the revocability of Article 50. 1p.
HL Oral Statement 13/11/2017
Corporate Author: Department for Exiting the European Union
Letter dated 13/11/2017 from Lord Ashton of Hyde to Lord Stevenson of Balmacara regarding an issue raised during the draft Charitable Incorporated Organisations (Consequential Amendments) Order 2017 debate: the requirement for company accounts to be filed prior to an application to convert into a CIO. 2p.
HL Debate 07/11/2017
Letter dated 03/11/2017 from John Pullinger, National Statistician, regarding the numbers of people below the age of 26 and the number of people in full-time education, who took their own lives in each of the last ten years. 3p.
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
Letter dated 07/11/2017 from John Pullinger, National Statistician, UK Statistics Authority, to Lord Hunt of Kings Heath regarding the geographical distribution of Civil Service Employment, 2010 to 2017. 2p.
Corporate Author: UK Statistics Authority
Letter dated 13/11/2017 from Lord Ashton of Hyde to Peers regarding points raised during day 2 of the Committee Stage of the Data Protection Bill. 4p.
HL Debate 06/11/2017
I. Letter dated 13/11/2017 from Damian Hinds MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding 2 documents for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Universal Credit Northern Ireland: list of the No. 2 relevant districts, issued 13 Nov 2017. 10p. III. Universal Credit Northern Ireland: list of the No. 3 relevant districts, issued 13 November 2017. 12p.
Corporate Author: Northern Ireland Executive
Letter dated 13/11/2017 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Tunnicliffe regarding issues raised during the debate on the Risk Transformation Regulations. 2p.
Letter dated 13/11/2017 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Tunnicliffe regarding a question about timing as raised during the debate on the Banking Act 2009 (Service Providers to Payment Systems) Order 2017 and the Scottish Banknote (Designation of Authorised Bank) Regulations 2017. 1p.
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