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Letter dated 09/06/2020 from Lord Gardiner of Kimble to Peers regarding questions raised during the debate on Direct Payments to Farmers (Crop Diversification Derogation) (England) Regulations 2020. 3p.
House of Lords Debate 02/06/2020
Corporate Author: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Letter dated 09/06/2020 from James Heappey MP to Stewart Malcolm McDonald MP regarding the use of Citriodiol by Armed Forces personnel. 1p.
House of Commons Oral Question 12/05/2020
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Government Response to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee Report on Immersive and Addictive Technologies. 14p.
Written Ministerial Statement 08/06/2020
Corporate Author: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Letter dated 08/06/2020 from Baroness Berridge to Baroness Bull regarding the impact of coronavirus on the care of individuals with learning disabilities, as discussed during the Private Notice Question on Children in Care. 3p.
House of Lords Private Notice Question 30/04/2020
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Letter dated 08/06/2020 from Jeremy Quin MP to Kevan Jones MP regarding a breakdown of the in-year expenditure on each of the key programmes on page 40 of the Defence Equipment Plan 2016. Includes Annex. 3p.
House of Commons Written Question 37482, 2019-20
Letter dated 08/06/2020 from James Heappey MP to Adam Holloway MP regarding correspondence between Baroness Goldie and Lord de Mauley following the debate on the Reserve Forces and Cadets' Association. [DEP2020-0293] 1p.
House of Commons Written Question 27978, 2019-21
Letter dated 07/06/2020 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Lord Faulkner of Worcester regarding issues raised during the Private Notice Question on the Northern Ireland: Victims Payment Scheme: setting up a Citizens Advice or similar agency, legal aid. 1p.
House of Lords Private Notice Question 03/06/2020
Corporate Author: Whips' Office
Letter dated 05/06/2020 from Jesse Norman MP to Wes Streeting MP regarding a question raised in the Finance Bill Committee (Clause 10): income tax on apprenticeship bursary payments made to care leavers. 2p.
Public Bill Committee 04/06/2020
Corporate Author: Treasury
UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2018-2022: Annual Report to Parliament 2019. 45p.
Written Ministerial Statement 04/06/2020
Corporate Author: HM Government
I. Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Brandon Lewis MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Brandon Lewis MP to Simon Hoare MP regarding the delay in establishing the payment scheme for victims of the Northern Ireland troubles. 2p.
Corporate Author: Northern Ireland Office
I. Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) Claimant Experience Survey 2018-19 Questions. 34p.
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Baroness Boycott regarding the waiting period for Universal Credit. 2p.
House of Lords Oral Question 02/06/2020
I. Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Jesse Norman MP to Siobhain McDonagh MP and Andrew Rosindell MP regarding powers in the Finance Bill. 13p. II. Draft regulations for Clause 96: The Insolvency Act 1986 (HMRC Debts : Priority on Insolvency) Regulations 2020. 2p.
Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Baroness Goldie to Baroness Smith regarding an a question on work to address biosecurity threats, raised during a question on cooperation with NATO in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 1p.
House of Lords Oral Question 19/05/2020
Letter dated 04/06/2020 from Jesse Norman MP to Siobhain McDonalgh MP and Andrew Rosindell MP regarding Government amendments to the Fiance Bill. 3p.
I. Telegrams dated 25/05/1989 and 05/06/1989 from Sir Alan Donald regarding the military situation in Beijing and the Tiananmen Square incident. 2 docs. II. Letter dated 26/06/2020 from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon to Lord Patten of Barnes regarding the telegrams. 1p.
House of Lords Debate 04/06/2020
Corporate Author: Department for International Development, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Letter dated 03/06/2020 from Baroness Berridge to Baroness Armstrong regarding the position of vulnerable and disadvantaged children in relation to the wider opening of schools. 4p.
House of Lords Oral Statement 14/05/2020
Updated schedule of engagements between the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales and the Welsh Government during the Covid-19 outbreak. 6p.
House of Commons Oral Question 03/06/2020
Corporate Author: Wales Office
Letter dated 03/06/2020 from Baroness Barran to Peers regarding points raised during the debate on Covid-19: Museums, Galleries and Historic Buildings. 5p.
House of Lords Debate 21/05/2020
Letter dated 03/06/2020 from Baroness Williams of Trafford to Lord Randall of Uxbridge regarding the freezing of UK State Pensions for those who leave the UK to live elsewhere, as discussed during the debate on the Windrush Compensation Scheme. 2p.
House of Lords Debate 06/05/2020
Corporate Author: Home Office
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