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I. Letter dated 14/07/2016 from Baroness Neville-Rolfe to Iain Wright MP regarding a document for deposit in the House Libraries. 1p. II. Annual Report of the Certification
Officer 2015-2016. Incl. appendices. 71p.
Corporate Author: Certification Officer, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
I. Letter dated 14/07/2016 from Baroness Neville-Rolfe to Iain Wright MP regarding a document for deposit in the House Libraries. 1p. II. Central Arbitration Committee Annual report 2015-2016. Incl. appendices. 26p.
Corporate Author: Central Arbitration Committee, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Letter dated 14/07/2016 from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon to Lord Berkeley regarding the role of the Traffic Commissioners under an Advanced Quality Partnership Scheme. 2p.
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
I. Letter dated 14/07/2016 from Philip Dunne MP to colleagues regarding the principle of Continuous At Sea Deterrence (CASD) and the Government's plans for a Successor programme. 2p. II. Sustaining the UK's Independent Nuclear Deterrent: a briefing paper. 6p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
I. Letter dated 14/07/2016 from Anna Soubry MP to Lord Stevenson of Balmacara, Jon Trickett MP and Iain Wright MP regarding the Regulatory Policy Committee Corporate Report. 1p. II. Corporate reports 2016 including: RPC 2015-2020 Corporate Plan, 2015-2016 Performance Report, 2016-1017 Business Plan. 26p.
Corporate Author: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
The December 2015 electoral registers in Great Britain: accuracy and completeness of the registers in Great Britain and the transition to Individual Electoral Registration. Incl. appendices. 99p.
Corporate Author: Electoral Commission
Letter dated 13/07/2016 from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon to Baroness Scott of Needham Market regarding concessionary travel and local governance issues as discussed at the Second Reading and Committee Stage of the Bus Services Bill. 3p.
HL Debate 08/06/2016
HL Debate 29/06/2016
Letter dated 13/07/2016 from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon to Lord Berkeley and others regarding amendments put forward at the Committee Stage of the Bus Services Bill to enable franchising authorities to request information from bus operators. 4p.
HL Debate 04/07/2016
Letter dated 13/07/2016 from Lord Prior of Brampton to Lord Rooker and others regarding points relating to the Second Reading of the Bread and Flour Regulations (Folic Acid) Bill on 8 Jul 2016. 2p.
HL Debate 08/07/2016
Corporate Author: Department of Health
Letter dated 13/07/2016 from Lord Faulks to Lord Beecham and others regarding points raised during the Oral Question on motoring offences on 7 July 2016. 1p.
HL Oral Question 07/07/2016
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
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