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I. Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Sarah Newton MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Sarah Newton MP to Grahame Morris MP regarding the answer to PQ 156404 about how insulin pumps are considered when assessing a claimant's needs under Activity 3 in PIP. 2p.
PQ 156404; HC Debate 17/07/2018
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
Statement that the provisions of the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates)(No.2) Bill are compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights. 1p.
I. Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Lord Gardiner of Kimble to Peers regarding the Government's fisheries white paper. 1p. II. An outline of the fisheries white paper. Incl. maps. 7p.
HC Oral Statement 04/07/2018
Corporate Author: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Lord Shinkwin regarding how many PIP assessors are disabled and what plans the Department has to increase their number. 2p.
HL Oral Question 19/06/2018
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Howell of Guildford regarding issues raised suring the debate on the NATO Summit 2018: scrutiny of strategic defence equipment planning. 1p.
HL Debate 26/06/2018
Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Baroness Manzoor to Baroness Jolly regarding the consultation and impact assessment carried out prior to the National Minimum Wage Regulations. 1p.
HL Debate 05/07/2018
Letter dated 17/07/2018 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Shipley regarding the highest amount that could be paid by a business rate-payer in the four mayoral combined authority areas which are being granted the Business Rate Supplement (BRS). 1p.
HL Debate 09/07/2018
I. Letter dated 16/07/2018 from Gavin Williamson MP to Nia Griffith MP regarding the UK Combat Air Strategy. 2p. II. Combat Air Strategy: an ambitious vision for the future. 36p.
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Letter dated 16/07/2018 from Kit Malthouse MP to Clive Betts MP regarding issues raised during the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee on 2 Jul 2018: social housing budget, combustible materials, building control standards and ACM cladding standards. 2p.
Housing, Communities and Local Government select committee 04/07/2018
Corporate Author: Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Letter dated 16/07/2018 from Earl Howe to Lord Rowlands and others regarding an apology for failing to refer to the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments' report on the Single Source Contract (Amendment) Regulations 2018 during the debate on 9 Jul 2018. 1p.
Letter dated 12/07/2018 from Baroness Goldie to Colleagues regarding issues raised during the debate on the NATO Summit 2018. 2p.
British Council annual report and accounts 2017-18. 120p.
Corporate Author: British Council
Letter dated 12/07/2018 from Lord Ashton of Hyde to the Lord Bishop of Chester regarding a correction to an answer to an Oral Question about engagement with the gambling industry to mitigate the effects on employment. 1p.
HL Oral Question 10/07/2018
Corporate Author: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Letter dated 10/07/2018 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Burnett regarding issues raised during the debate on the contribution of the Armed Forces Reserves to national security: training, Combat Service Support capacity and statistics on reservist training. 2p.
HL Debate 21/06/2018
The national tasking, coordination and governance of the response to serious and
organised crime: an inspection of the National Crime Agency-led arrangements. Incl. annexes. 36p.
Corporate Author: HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services
Letter dated 12/07/2018 from Lord O'Shaughnessy to Baroness Thornton regarding the timeframe for the roll-out of the Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) across England. 1p.
HL Oral Question 02/07/2018
Corporate Author: Department of Health
Letter dated 12/07/2018 from Earl Howe to Derek Twigg MP regarding the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments' (JCSO) criticism of the MOD in relation to the Single Source Contract (Amendment) Regulations 2018. 1p.
Letter dated 12/07/2018 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Wallace of Saltaire regarding the debate on the Official Statistics Order 2018: how the updated list of designated bodies was decided. 2p.
HL Debate 03/07/2018
I. Letter dated 11/07/2018 from John Glen MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Outcomes - Financial Action Task Force (FATF)-Middle East and North Africa Financial Task Force (MENAFATF) Joint Plenary, 27-29 June 2018. 7p.
Corporate Author: Treasury
1.Letter dated 11/07/2018 from Lord Keen of Elie to Lord Marks of Henley-on-Thames and Baroness Chakrabarti regarding the provisions in the Courts and Tribunals (Judiciary and Functions of Staff) Bill that will allow authorised court and tribunal staff to exercise certain low-level judicial functions, under judicial supervision. 1p. II. Family Court, England and Wales. Magistrates' Courts, England and Wales. The Authorised Court Staff Qualifications Regulations. 2p. III. Courts and Tribunals (Judiciary and Functions of Staff) Bill
policy statement: power for rules of court to determine which judicial functions may be exercised by authorised staff and to set out the qualifications or experience required. 6p.
HL Debate 20/06/2018
Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice
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