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Cutting the cost of keeping warm: a fuel poverty strategy for England. 80 p.
Corporate Author: Department of Energy and Climate Change
Cost benefit analysis (CBA): Fast-jet mid air: collision risk (typhoon). [Redacted] 48 p.
PQ 225380; PQ 222053; PQ 220804
Corporate Author: Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Department of Defence Ireland on the enhancement of bilateral engagement on certain aspects of defence and security co-operation. 8 p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Letter dated 28/02/2015 from Shailesh Vara MP to Andy Slaughter MP regarding the value of fines, prosecution costs, compensation and victim surcharge impositions, by Local Criminal Justice Board area. 5 p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
Letter dated 28/02/2015 from Shailesh Vara MP to Bridget Phillipson MP regarding the age of magistrates' courts and maintenance costs for courts over 100 years old. 10 p.
PQ 209523; PQ 209526; PQ 214230; PQ 215767
Letter dated 27/02/2015 from Baroness Stowell of Beeston to Lord Howell of Guildford regarding the EU Council statement on 23 February and Ukraine. 2 p.
HL Debate 23/02/2015
Corporate Author: Leader of the House of Lords
Letter dated 27/02/2015 from Lord Bates to Baroness Hamwee regarding the Modern Slavery Bill and the term "circumstances" in sub-section 1(3) 2 p.
Corporate Author: Home Office
I. Letter dated 27/02/2015 from Lord Bates to Baroness Royall of Blaisdon regarding Government amendments to the Modern Slavery Bill: Gangmasters Licensing Authority and duty to cooperate with the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. 3 p. II. Modern Slavery Bill: amendments to be moved on third reading. 2 p.
HL Debate 23/02/2015; HL Debate 25/02/2015
I. Letter [undated] from Jeremy Hunt MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding two documents for deposit in the House Libraries. 1p. II. Investigation into the association of Jimmy Savile with Stoke Mandeville Hospital: a report for Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. Incl. appendices. 348p. III. Themes and lessons learnt from NHS investigations into matters relating to Jimmy Savile. Independent report for the Secretary of State for Health. Incl. appendices. 150p.
Corporate Author: Department of Health, Health and Social Care Advisory Service
I. What’s important to me: a review of choice in end of life care. 72p. II. Annex A: summary of findings from public engagement
on the National Review of Choice in End of Life Care. 28p. III. Annex B: modelling choice in end of life care. 30p.
Corporate Author: Choice in End of Life Care Programme Board
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