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Performance agreement: United Kingdom and The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria. 4p.
Corporate Author: Department for International Development
Letter dated 19/10/2016 from Damian Green MP to Ian Blackford MP and the Speaker regarding mitigation for the WASPI women and powers given to the Scottish Government in the Scotland Act 2016. 1p.
Topical question and Point or Order 17/10/2016
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
I. Letter dated 19/10/2016 from Richard Harrington MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding documents for deposit in the House Libraries. 1p. II. Additional analysis of the impact of capping early exit charges for members of occupational pension schemes. 8p. III. Pension Schemes Bill: memorandum concerning the delegated powers in the Bill for the Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. 40p. IV. Impact assessments on i) banning member-borne commission, ii) introducing a cap on early exit charges and iii) Master Trust authorisation. (3 docs.) V. Pension Schemes Bill impact assessments: summary of impacts. 14p. VI. Pension Schemes and Financial Guidance Bill: relevant older papers. 4p.
Letter dated 19/10/2016 from Baroness Goldie to Baroness Tonge regarding the availability of abortion for women who have been raped in conflict situations. 2p.
HL Debate 15/09/2016
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
I. Cabinet Office committees and Implementation Task Forces. 21p. II. List of ministerial responsibilities - including executive agencies and non-ministerial departments. 84p.
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
I. Letter dated 18/10/2016 to the Deposited Papers Clerk from Lord Nash regarding the Children and Social Work Bill - documents and regulations for deposit in the Libraries. II. Letter dated 11/10/2016 from Lord Nash regarding Part 1 amendments. 4p. III. Power to innovate - policy statement. 10p. IV.Safeguarding provisions in the Children and Social Work Bill – note for Peers. 8p. V. Local Safeguarding Partner (Relevant Agencies) (England) Regulations . 2p. VI. Draft explanatory memorandum to the Local Safeguarding Partner regulations. 2p.
HL Bill 57 2016-17
Corporate Author: Department for Education
I. The first Troubled Families Programme 2012 to 2015. An overview. 19p. II. National evaluation of the Troubled Families Programme.
Survey technical report. 83p III. Families’ experiences and outcomes. 68p. IV. Final report on the family monitoring data. 81p. V. National impact study report. Findings from the analysis of national administrative data and local data on programme participation. 273p. VI. Process evaluation final report. 98p. VII. Technical report: impact evaluation using survey data. 76p. VIII. Final synthesis report. 86p. IX. Local authority data on the cost and potential fiscal benefits of the troubled families programme. 31p.
Corporate Author: Communities and Local Government
High Speed Rail (Preparation) Act 2013 expenditure report, 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016: moving Britain ahead. Incl. annex. 24p.
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
I. The Government hospitality wine annual statement 2015-16. 9p. II. Annex A: wine and spirit consumption: April 2015-March 2016. III. Annex B: GH wine cellar dataset July 2016. 13p.
Corporate Author: Government Hospitality
Six-monthly report on Hong Kong: 1 January to 30 June 2016. 26p.
Corporate Author: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2016 Report of the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Modern Slavery. Incl. annex. 46p.
Corporate Author: Interdepartmental Ministerial Group on Modern Slavery
I. Letter dated 12/10/2016 from Jo Johnson MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding 2 documents for deposit in the Library. 1p. II. Higher Education and Research Bill: UKRI vision, principles & governance factsheet. 11p. III. Higher Education and Research Bill: Innovate UK factsheet. 3p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Charter for the National Infrastructure Commission. 2p.
Letter dated 12/10/2016 from Sir Oliver Heald QC MP to Tim Loughton MP regarding consultation on proposals to expedite immigration appeals made by detainees. 3p. II. Immigration and asylum appeals: Consultation on proposals to expedite appeals by immigration detainees. Consultation paper. 30p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
A democracy that works for everyone: British citizens overseas. Policy statement. 19p.
Letter dated 30/09/2016 from Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive Officer, to Yvonne Fovargue MP regarding high-cost short-term credit (HCSTC). 2p.
PQ 46392, PQ 46390, PQ 46388
Corporate Author: Financial Conduct Authority
Letter dated 10/10/2016 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Baroness Garden of Frognal regarding the debate on lifelong learning and how learning is promoted in schools. 2p.
HL Debate 12/09/2016
Letter dated 10/10/2016 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Baroness Smith of Newnham regarding the debate on lifelong learning and encouraging learners to enter further or higher education. 2p.
Letter dated 10/10/2016 from Matthew Hancock MP to Gary Streeter MP and Graham Stringer MP regarding the Digital Economy Bill - government amendments on digital infrastructure. 4p. II. Government amendments as tabled. 24p. III. Further explanation of government amendments tabled on 1 October 2016. 4p. IV. Preventing access to online pornographic material. 2p.
Bill 45 2016-17
Corporate Author: Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Letter dated 07/10/2016 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Baroness Hamwee regarding the Policing and Crime Bill committee stage and clarification of the duty of a Police and Crime Commissioner to consult a chief constable before entering into a collaboration agreement. 2p
HL Debate 14/09/2016
Corporate Author: Home Office
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