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Letter dated 16/07/2019 from Lord Agnew to Baroness Blackstone regarding cuts to further education, raised following a question on the role for further education colleges in the delivery of the Industrial Strategy. 1p.
HL Oral Question 24/06/2019
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Personal Injury Discount Rate – outcome of review. Statement placed by David Gauke MP, Lord Chancellor, in the Libraries of the Houses of Parliament on 15 July 2019. 5p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
Annex A to CWC Declaration of Protective Programmes. Format for the annual reporting of information on natural programmes for protection against chemical weapons under Article X of the Chemical Weapons Convention. 8p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Statement by Lord Young of Cookham under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 on the provisions of the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) (No.3) Bill being compatible with the Convention rights, dated 11 July 2019. 1p.
Corporate Author: Treasury
I. Impact Assessment: Introducing public health measures. 10p. II. Consultation on a new legal duty to support a multi-agency approach to preventing and tackling serious violence. Government response. 34p.
Corporate Author: Home Office
Compliance improvement review. 9p.
Letter dated 15/07/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Bowles regarding issues raised during the debate on the 'Report on the Financial Conduct Authority's further investigative steps in relation to RBS GRG': commercial lending for small businesses, and differences in regulatory treatment of mortgages and charges taken on residential property as security. 2p.
HL Debate 27/06/2019
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Memorandum on the application of Standing Order No. 83L of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons relating to Public Business to the High Speed Rail (West Midlands – Crewe) Bill. 4p.
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
Letter dated 08/07/2019 from Wendy Williams, Windrush Lessons Learned Review, Independent Adviser, to Sajid Javid MP regarding the review. 1p.
Corporate Author: Windrush Lessons Learned Review
Implementing opposite-sex civil partnerships: next steps. Incl. Consultation on civil partnerships: the future of conversion
Corporate Author: Government Equalities Office
I. Letter dated 10/07/2019 from Nick Hurd MP to Yvette Cooper MP regarding publication of the Front Line Review of Policing. Incl. annex containing a summary of the key findings and recommendations. 6p. II.Leadership, wellbeing, professional development and innovation for the
police front line: an evidence review. 54p. III. The Front Line Review recommendation report. 11p. IV. The Front Line Review technical report. 10p. V. Home Office Police Front Line Review: workshops with police officers and police staff. Full and summary reports. (2 docs). VI. Home Office Police Front Line Review 2018/2019. Key themes in qualitative research projects with police forces in England and Wales. Research report and Appendix (2 docs). 5p. VII. Research into workplace Factors, well-being, attitudes and behaviour in Policing: summary of evidence and insights. 30p.
Corporate Author: Durham University, Home Office, Office for National Statistics, Northampton University, Institute for Public Safety, Crime and Justice
Independent review into the arrangements in place to support the transparency and quality of local authority financial reporting and external audit in England. Terms of reference. 3p.
Job description for the position of Director General, Northern Ireland Office.
I. UK Government response to the Independent Review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Incl. annex. 33p. II. Transparency in supply chains
Creating space for beauty. The Interim Report of the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission. 147p.
Corporate Author: Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission
Call for evidence on flooding and coastal erosion policy. 20p.
Corporate Author: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
I. Letter dated 08/07/2019 from Nusrat Ghani MP to Lilian Greenwood MP the Inclusive Transport Strategy. 2p. II. The Inclusive Transport Strategy – summary of progress. 16p.
Bishop of Truro's independent review for the Foreign Secretary of FCO support for persecuted Christians: final report and recommendations. Incl. a copy of the Bishop of Truro's Revised Interim report. 176p.
Letter dated 08/07/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Kramer regarding issues raised during the debate on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: Mistreatment: the FCA and whistle-blowers, removal of the regulatory perimeter, the FCA approach to Peer to Peer (P2P) lending. 2p.
Letter dated 08/07/2019 from Baroness Buscombe to Frank Field MP regarding the Tailored Review of the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC), inviting the Work and Pensions Select Committee to contribute. Includes Annexes, including questions about the SSAC and terms of reference for the review. 14p
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
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