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I. Letter dated 10/09/2018 from David Mundell MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding document for deposit in the Libraries. 1p. II. Joint Ministerial Working Group on Welfare: Minutes of meeting 10 June 2018. 3p.
Corporate Author: Scotland Office
Government Chemist: review 2017. 36 p.
Corporate Author: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Letter dated 10/09/2018 from Ben Wallace MP to Neil Coyle MP regarding keeping terrorism reinsurance arrangements under review and how the Government can improve the process of certifying attacks for insurance purposes, as discussed during the Public Bill Committee for the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill. 3p.
Public Bill Committee 05/07/2018
Corporate Author: Home Office
I. Letter dated 31/08/2018 from Sarah Newton MP to Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, regarding progress made by the UK in relation to equality and disability rights. 8p. II. Concluding observations on the initial report of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: information of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on follow up to the concluding observations. 37p.
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
Letter dated 06/09/2018 from Tobias Ellwood MP to Wayne David MP regarding issues raised during the debate on the Draft Single Source Contract (Amendment) Regulations (SSSCR) 2018. 2p.
HC Debate 17/07/2018
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
The six-monthly report on Hong Kong. 1 January to 30 June 2018. 20p.
Corporate Author: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill: memorandum on the application of Standing Order 83L of the Standing Orders of the House in respect of the Government amendments tabled for Commons report stage. [English Votes for English Laws]. 8p.
I. Letter dated 06/09/2018 from Ben Wallace MP to Nick Thomas-Symonds MP regarding further Government amendments tabled for the Commons Report Stage of the Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill. 2p. II. Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill: supplementary delegated powers memorandum. 3p. III. Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill. European Convention on Human Rights. Supplementary memorandum by the Home Office. 5p.
Letter dated 06/09/2018 from Victoria Atkins MP to Mile Gapes MP and James Gray MP regarding whether the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 was applicable to clause 7(2) of the Offensive Weapons Bill, as discussed during the Public Bill Committee on the Offensive Weapons Bill on 4 Sept. 2p.
Prevent Duty Toolkit for local authorities and
partner agencies: supplementary information to the Prevent Duty Guidance for England and Wales. 56p.
Review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015: terms of reference. 2p.
Letter dated 05/09/2018 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Baroness Garden of Frognal regarding whether the Office for Students will be charging Pearson for the data that it shares with it, as discussed during the debate on the Higher Education and Research Act 2017 (Cooperation and Information Sharing) Regulations 2018. 1p.
HL Debate 24/07/2018
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Letter dated 05/09/2018 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Lord Lucas regarding issues raised during the Regret Motion, Higher Education and Research Act 2017 (Cooperation and Information Sharing) Regulations 2018. 1p.
Tenant Fees Bill: 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 at Report stage. 3p.
I. Letter dated 04/09/2018 from Ben Wallace MP to Nick Thomas-Symonds MP regarding Government amendments tabled for Report Stage of the Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill. Incl. attached Keeling schedules 6p. II. House of Commons. Consideration of Bill. Counter-terrorism and Border Security Bill. 4p. III. Supplementary delegated powers memorandum. 2p. European Convention on Human Rights: supplementary memorandum by the Home Office. 3p.
I. Letter dated 29/08/2018 from Kelly Tolhurst MP to Rachel Reeves MP regarding a document for deposit in the House Library. 1p. II. British Business Bank annual report and accounts 2018. 148p.
Letter dated 28/08/2018 from Stuart Andrew MP to Stewart Malcolm McDonald MP regarding Ministry of Defence (MOD) employees in Scotland and the living wage and future military force levels in Scotland. 1p.
HC Debate 23/07/2018
I. Letter dated 26/08/2018 from Kelly Tolhurst MP to Frank Field MP and Rachel Reeves MP regarding the Government's response to the Insolvency and Corporate Governance consultation. 2p. II. Insolvency and Corporate Governance: Government response. Incl. annex. 82p.
I. Letter dated 23/08/2018 from Richard Harrington MP to Rachel Reeves MP, Norman Lamb MP, Lord Teverson, Lord Whitty and Lord Patel regarding technical notices setting out information for a ‘no deal’ scenario. 1p. II. Technical Notice: Civil nuclear regulation if there’s no Brexit deal. 15p.
I. Letter dated 23/08/2018 from Richard Harrington MP to Rachel Reeves MP, Norman Lamb MP, Lord Teverson, Lord Whitty and Lord Patel regarding technical notices setting out information for a ‘no deal’ scenario. 1p. II. Technical Notice: Horizon 2020 funding if there’s no Brexit deal. 4p.
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