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Technical and Further Education Bill: Memorandum on the application of Standing Order 83O in relation to the Government amendments passed by the Lords, for Commons’ Consideration of Lords Amendments. [English Votes for English Laws]. 4p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Letter dated 19/04/2017 from Lord Henley to Baroness Altmann regarding issues raised during the Lords consideration of Commons amendments on the Pension Schemes Bill, including: pensions taxation, review of automatic enrolment, and pause orders. 2p.
HL Debate 05/04/2017
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
Letter dated 19/04/2017 from Lord Henley to Lord McKenzie of Luton regarding the Lords' consideration of Commons amendments to the Pension Schemes Bill debate and the timetable for bringing the Master Trust regulations into force. 1p.
Letter dated 19/04/2017 from Lord Henley to Lord Young of Norwood Green regarding a point about the Post Office card account (POca) raised during the local post offices debate. 2p.
HL Debate 30/03/2017
May 2017 Elections: guidance on conduct. 10p.
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
I. Condition Funding Allocations: how the models meet the Aqua Book guidance on producing quality analysis for government. 3p. II. Condition Funding Methodology for 2015–18
updated explanatory note for the 2017–18 Allocations. 15p. III. Devolved Formula capital user guide and ready reckoner. 6p. IV. Table showing school condition allocations 2017/18. [open document format and spreadsheet format] 22p.
Correction slip for Table 1, Page 11 of "Court fees: the Government response to consultation on proposals to reform fees for grants of probate. 2p.
1. Letter dated 18/04/2017 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Lord Rosser regarding government amendments to the Criminal Finances Bill at report stage. 2p. II. Criminal Finance Bill: amendments to be moved on report. 4p.
HL Bill 124 2016-17
Corporate Author: Home Office
Letter dated 18/04/2017 from Phillip Lee MP to Ed Vaizey MP regarding issues raised during the debate on judicial pensions regulations, including: ongoing litigation - the McCloud judgment, Scottish judicial offices, and reference to judicial independence in the explanatory memorandum. 2p.
HC Debate 27/03/2017
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
Letter dated 13/04/2017 from Damian Green MP to Baroness Browning, Bishop of Durham, Baroness Sherlock, Baroness Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville regarding amendments to the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Regulations following the debate in the House of Lords. 2p.
HL Debate 27/03/2017
Letter dated 11/04/2017 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Lord Rosser regarding the Criminal Finances Bill: issues raised during the second day of committee stage, including: a UK public register of beneficial owners of overseas companies; corporate criminal liability on wider forms of economic crime, disqualification of directors, legislating for Crown Dependencies, company ownership transparency in British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies and commencement provisions of the Bill. 3p.
HL Debate 03/04/2017
Letter dated 14/03/2017 from Robert Halfon MP to Peter Lauener, Chief Executive of the Skills Funding Agency, regarding SFA priorities and funding for the 2017/2018 financial year. Incl. annex and separate commitment letter. 5p.
Letter dated 10/04/2017 from Amber Rudd MP to Sir William Cash and Lord Boswell regarding the 27/28 March Justice and Home Affairs Council. 4p.
Letter dated 07/04/2017 from Baroness Buscombe to Lord Sharkey regarding issues raised during the debate on medical research. 3p.
HL Debate 28/03/2017
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Letter dated 20/04/2017 from Christopher Woolard, Executive Director, Strategy & Competition, Financial Conduct Authority, to Baroness Manzoor regarding ensuring credit card companies give help to those with debt problems. 2p.
Corporate Author: Financial Conduct Authority
Letter dated 06/04/3017 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Richard regarding the role of the European Court of Human Rights. 1p.
Letter dated 06/04/2017 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Blunkett regarding data sharing as discussed during the debate on the Electoral Registration Pilot Scheme Orders 2017. 2p.
Letter dated 06/04/2017 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Lord Wallace of Tankerness and Lord Stevenson of Balmacara regarding the Transparency Duty as discussed during the Third Reading of the Higher Education and Research Bill. 1p.
HL Debate 04/04/2017
Corporate Author: Department for Education, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Letter dated 06/04/2017 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Wallace of Saltaire regarding expertise on Russia in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as raised during the question for short debate on the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe. 2p.
Letter dated 06/04/2017 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Collins of Highbury regarding the human rights situation in Crimea and the situation of Crimean Tatars, as raised during the debate on the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe. 2p.
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