Deposited papers

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DEP2019-0212
14-02-2019 Commons, Lords  Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy 

Report to Parliament on the Government's progress on the UK's exit from the Euratom Treaty. 12p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

DEP2019-0195
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated from Baroness Barran to Lord Paddick regarding the Offensive Weapons Bill committee stage debate: sale and delivery of corrosive substances. 1p.

HL Debate 28/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0198
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Lord Wallace of Saltaire regarding how much attention the Government is paying to the sustainability issues which many developing countries face from climate change. 2p.

HL Oral Question 07/02/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0199
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Kennedy of Southwark regarding affordable housing, as raised during the debate on Social Housing. 1p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0200
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Blackstone regarding issues raised during the debate on social housing: right to buy, social housing grants and land value capture. 2p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0201
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Donaghy regarding issues raised during the debate on social housing: the housing backlog, the NHF and Crisis' call for the prioritising of the sale of public land for social housing. 2p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0202
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Lister of Butersett regarding issues raised during the debate on social housing: the Government's rough sleeping strategy, welfare reform and homelessness. 2p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0203
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Thornhill regarding issues raised during the debate on social housing: home ownership and social renting, affordable housing supply, Right to buy and local housing need. 1p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0204
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe regarding issues raised during the debate on Social Housing: affordable housing, investment for regeneration and land value capture. 3p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0205
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Best regarding issues raised during the debate on Social Housing: affordable housing, land capture value and Development Corporations. 1p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0206
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Judd regarding issues raised during the debate on Social Housing: rural housing and the 1961 Land Compensation Act. 1p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0207
12-02-2019 Lords  Whips' Office 

Letter dated 12/02/2019 from Lord Young of Cookham to Lord Thurlow regarding issues raised during the debate on Social Housing: the Right to Buy and funding for local authorities. 2p.

HL Debate 31/01/2019

Corporate Author: Whips' Office

DEP2019-0190
11-02-2019 Lords  Department for Transport 

I. Letter dated 11/02/2019 from Baroness Sugg to Baroness Randerson regarding issues arising from the debate on maritime EU Exit regulations: ships recycling regulation. 4p. II. OJEU text from Commission Decision: European List of ship recycling facilities established pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013. 15p.

HL Debate 23/01/2019

Corporate Author: Department for Transport

DEP2019-0192
11-02-2019 Commons  Department of Health and Social Care 

Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill [HL] – Analysis on the application of Standing Order No. 83L of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons relating to Public Business in respect of Government amendments tabled for Report stage. [English Votes for English Laws] 2p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department of Health and Social Care

DEP2019-0193
11-02-2019 Commons  Department for Work and Pensions 

I. Automatic enrolment employer and eligible jobholders local data as at end of January 2019 showing number of employers who have declared compliance and jobholders who have been automatically enrolled, by constituency as at January 2019. 26p. II. Letter dated 11/0/2019 from Guy Opperman MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk. 1p. III. Automatic enrolment declaration of compliance report July 2012 – end January 2019. 14p.

Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions

DEP2019-0194
11-02-2019 Commons  Treasury 

Letter dated 11/02/2019 from John Glen MP to Nicky Morgan MP regarding the Financial Service and Markets Act 2000 (Amendment)(EU Exit) Regulations 2019: equivalence powers and the temporary permissions regime. 3p.

Corporate Author: Treasury

DEP2019-0196
11-02-2019 Lords  Department for Education 

Letter dated 11/02/2019 from Lord Agnew to Lord Watson of Invergowrie regarding teachers’ mental health and wellbeing, as discussed during the Urgent Question debate on the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Strategy2p

HL Oral Statement 29/01/2019

Corporate Author: Department for Education

DEP2019-0210
11-02-2019 Lords  Home Office 

Letter dated 11/02/2019 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Lord Paddick regarding the Offensive Weapons Bill Clauses 3 and 4: remote sales of corrosive products, as discussed during committee stage. 2p.

HL Debate 28/01/2019

Corporate Author: Home Office

DEP2019-0209
11-02-2019 Lords  Home Office 

Letter dated 11/02/2019 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Baroness Hamwee regarding an issue raised during the Committee Stage of the Offensive Weapons Bill: clause 2 - use of the term "supply" rather than "delivery" 2p.

HL Debate 28/01/2019

Corporate Author: Home Office

DEP2019-0211
11-02-2019 Lords  Home Office 

Letter dated 11/02/2019 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Baroness Hamwee and others regarding an issue raised during the Committee Stage of the Offensive Weapons Bill: whether an offence could be punishable by a community penalty, even where the maximum penalty was not a custodial one. 1p.

HL Debate 30/01/2019

Corporate Author: Home Office

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