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I. Report on departmental open data commitments and adherence to public data principles for the period between January and March 2014. 15 p. II. Letter from Francis Maude MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding the report. 1 p.
Local welfare provision in 2015/16: a consultation document. Incl. annex. Consultation paper. 15p.
HL1834; HL1835; HL1836 and HL1906
The National Prospectus Grants Programme 2015-16. 25 p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Cycling delivery plan. Incl. annex. 16p.
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
Setting the 2020 persistent child poverty target: Government consultation response. Incl. annexes. 14p.
Letter dated 16/10/2014 from Steve Webb MP to Peter Bone MP, Linda Riordan MP and others regarding amendments to the Pension Schemes Bill 2014. 1p.
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
I. National planning policy for waste. 10 p. II. Updated national waste planning policy: national planning policy for waste. Report on responses to the consultation. 12 p. III. Waste practice guidance. 28 p.
Corporate Author: Communities and Local Government
Police use of taser statistics, England and Wales: January to June 2014. 5p.
Learning lessons bulletin: fatal incident investigations. Issue 5. 4p.
Corporate Author: Prisons and Probation Ombudsman
Tables showing the ratio of prison officers (including specialists) or prison custody officers to prisoners by a) establishment and b) category of prisoner, May 2010 to Mar 2014. 8p.
PQ 202790; PQ 202791
Structure and questionnaire for the practical implementation report to be drawn up by the member states regarding Directive 89/391/EEC, its individual directives and directives 2009/148/EC, 91/383/EEC, 92/29/EEC and 94/33/EC. 89p.
Letter dated 15/10/2014 from Lord Faulks to Hywell Francis MP regarding the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Government amendments engaging Convention rights - lifetime reporting restrictions for witnesses and victims under 18 - tabled at the House of Lords Report stage. 4 p.
HL Bill 43 2014-15
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
I. Consultation: Regulation (EC) no. 1371/2007 Rail Passengers' Rights and Obligations. Consultation paper. 82 p.
II. Rail Passengers' Rights and Obligations (Exemptions) (Amendment) Regulations 2015. Impact Assessment. 46 p.
An inspection of undercover policing in England and Wales. 202 p.
Corporate Author: HM Inspectorate of Constabulary
Government response to Lord Ashcroft on the Veterans' Transition Review. 5p.
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
OTR (On the Runs) Policy Oversight Board - terms of reference. 2 p.
Letter dated 14/10/2014 from Lord Faulks to Hywel Francis MP, Lord Beecham and Lord Marks regarding the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Government amendments engaging Convention rights, tabled at the House of Lords Report stage. 6 p.
HL Bill 43 2014-15
Letter dated 14/10/2014 from Lord Faulks to Baroness Thomas of Winchester, Lord Beecham and Lord Marks regarding the the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Government amendments giving rise to delegated powers issues tabled at the House of Lords Report stage. 6 p.
Government response to the general aviation red tape challenge panel report. 56 p.
Our commitment to victimes. 16 p.
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