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Letter dated 27/04/2017 from Lord Nash to Lord Watson of Invergowrie regarding the estimated annual cost of amendment 1a of the Technical and Further Education Bill as discussed during Lords consideration of Commons amendments. 1p.
HL Debate 25/04/2017
Corporate Author: Department for Education
I. Letter dated 27/04/2017 from Alok Sharma MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding Wilton Park Executive Agency Framework document for deposit in the Library. 1p. II. Framework document. 24p.
Corporate Author: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
I. Letter dated 26/04/2017 from Ben Wallace MP to Rupa Huq MP regarding a document to be placed in the House Library. 1p. II. Criminal Finances Bill: analysis on the application of Standing Order No. 83O of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons relating to Public Business in respect of Lords Amendments. 4p.
Corporate Author: Home Office
Letter dated 26/04/2017 from Lord Keen of Elie to Lord Beecham regarding money that has been over-recovered through the use of enhanced fees as discussed during the debate on the Public Guardian (Fees, etc) (Amendment) Regulations 2017. 1p.
HL Debate 21/03/2017
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
Statement signed by Baroness Neville-Rolfe that the provisions of the Finance Bill are compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights. 1p.
Corporate Author: Treasury
Higher Education and Research Bill: memorandum on the application of Standing Order No. 83O of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons relating to Public Business in respect of certified motions or amendments relating to Lords amendments and other messages. 9p.
Letter dated 26/04/2017 from Sam Gyimah MP to Ian Lucas MP regarding legislation on possession of psychoactive substances. 1p.
HC Oral Question 25/04/2017
I. Letter dated 26/04/2017 from Lord Fowler to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding correspondence for deposit in the Library. 1p. II. Two Letters dated 19/04/2017 and 17/04/2017 from the Russian Ambassador together with statements from the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation regarding the a) illegal use of armed forces and b) the missile attack by the United States of America on the military air base in the Syrian Arab Republic on 7 April. 4p.
Corporate Author: Lord Speaker, Russian Embassy, Russian Federal Assembly
Letter dated 24/05/2017 from Mark Steward, Executive Director, Enforcement and Market Oversight, to Lord Mendelsohn regarding financial penalties and requirements imposed on firms and individuals. 4p.
PQs HL6850, HL6851, HL6792, HL6852, HL6793, HL6794, HL6795, HL6796
Corporate Author: Financial Conduct Authority
Letter dated 24/04/2017 from Baroness Buscombe to Lord Palmer of Childs Hill regarding issues raised during the Prescribed Persons (Reports on Disclosures of Information) Regulations 2017 debate. 1p.
HL Debate 30/03/2017
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
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