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Letter dated 05/12/2016 from Lord Freud to colleagues regarding issues raised during the Pension Schemes Bill Lords committee debate, including: definition of a Master Trust, mixed benefit schemes, implications of scheme tax arrangements for employees earning less than personal allowance, bulk transfers of members' rights, Master Trust transfer process, duty to report significant events, and pause orders. 8p.
HL Debate 21/11/2016 and 28/11/2016
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
I. Letter dated 05/12/2016 from Ben Wallace MP to Baroness Fookes regarding the Criminal Finances Bill. 1p. II. Supplementary delegated powers memorandum relating to amendments tabled by the Government at Commons committee stage. 2p.
HC Debate 22/11/2016
Corporate Author: Home Office
I. Letter dated 05/12/2016 from Ben Wallace MP to Harriet Harman MP regarding the Criminal Finances Bill. 1p. II. Supplementary ECHR [European Convention on Human Rights] memorandum relating to amendments tabled by the Government at Commons committee stage. 1p.
HC Debate 17/11/2016 and 22/11/2016
Letter dated 03/12/2016 from Baroness Neville-Rolfe to Dan Jarvis MP regarding winter deaths and Government spending on schemes to tackle cold homes. 2p.
Corporate Author: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Government grants minimum standards. 12 docs.
Letter dated 02/12/2016 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Forsyth of Drumlean regarding the decision by the European Banking Authority (EBA) to increase the capital weighting required for loans to small house builders. 1p.
HL Oral Question 23/11/2016
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
I. Enforcing the Code of Recommended Practice on Local Authority Publicity. Equality Statement. 20p. II. Letters dated 02/12/2016 from the Department for Communities and Local Government to a) London Borough of Hackney, b) London Borough of Newham, and c) London Borough of Waltham Forest, each enclosing a further notice of proposed direction under section 4A(5) of the Local Government Act 1986. 6 docs.
Corporate Author: Communities and Local Government
I. Letter dated 19/09/2016 from John Biggs, Executive Mayor of Tower Hamlets to Sajid Javid MP regarding Best Value Action Plan six month report and Annex (IV). 21p. II. Letter dated 02/12/2016 from DCLG to Mayor Biggs regarding proposed further directions. 5p. III. Tower Hamlets Commissioners report to the Secretary of State dated 11/10/2016. 8p.
Corporate Author: Tower Hamlets Borough Council
Letter dated 02/12/2016 from Lord Prior of Brampton to Lord Sharkey regarding cancer waiting times. 1p.
HL Oral Questions 09/11/2016
Corporate Author: Department of Health
Consultation on proposals to provide better compensation for deaths or injuries sustained by servicemen or women in combat. 13p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
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