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Teacher recruitment and retention strategy. 40p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education
I. Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Jackie Doyle-Price MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding documents below for deposit in the Libraries. 1p II. Preventing Suicide in England: Fourth progress report of the cross-government outcomes strategy to save lives. 58p. III. Cross-government suicide prevention workplan. 43p.
Corporate Author: Department of Health and Social Care
Joint action plan by the UK and France on combatting illegal migration involving small boats in the English Channel. 4p.
Corporate Author: Home Office
Civil Service employment: regional distribution by government department [Table showing civil servants employed by government department, executive agency and Crown Non-Departmental Public Body located in, and outside London]. 5p.
Corporate Author: Cabinet Office
Policy paper: Immigration from 30 March if there is no deal. 3p.
HC Debate 28/01/2019
I. Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Geoffrey Cox MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding document below for deposit. 1p. II. Framework agreement between the Law Officers and the
Director of the Serious Fraud Office. 13p.
Justice Select Committee 22/01/2019
Corporate Author: Attorney General, Serious Fraud Office
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Nusrat Ghani MP to Karl Turner MP regarding issues raised during the debate on the Draft Ship Recycling (Facilities and Requirements for Hazardous Materials on Ships) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019. 4p.
Delegated Legislation Committee 23/01/2019
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Baroness Fairhead to Lord Stevenson of Balmacara and others regarding the Government's intention to establish an inter-governmental
Ministerial forum on future international trade agreements with the devolved
administrations, as discussed during the Committee stage of the Trade Bill. 1p.
HL Debate 23/01/2019
Corporate Author: Department for International Trade
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Baroness Fairhead to Lord Grantchester and others regarding the protection of Geographical Indications (GIs) after Brexit, as discussed during the Committee stage of the Trade Bill. 1p.
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Baroness Fairhead to Lord Purvis of Tweed and Lord Stevenson of Balmacara regarding a new bilateral arrangement with Singapore that would ensure continuity for the effects of the EU-Singapore FTA after Brexit.
HL Debate 21/01/2019, HL Debate 23/01/2019
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Baroness Fairhead to Lord Grantchester and others regarding
the definition of "significant differences", used in clauses 3(3) and 5(2) of the Trade Bill, as discussed at Committee stage. 1p.
Letter dated 28/01/2019 from Baroness Fairhead to Lord Purvis of Tweed and others regarding the continuity of existing EU free trade agreements, as discussed during the Committee stage of the Trade Bill. 2p.
I. Letter dated 25/01/2019 from Stephen Barclay MP to Hilary Benn MP and others regarding an update on international agreements, following an urgent question on EU free trade agreements. 2p. II. List of bilateral and multilateral agreements. 12p.
HC Debate 24/01/2019
Corporate Author: Department for Exiting the European Union
Letter dated 25/01/2019 from Lord Ashton of Hyde to Lords regarding issues arising from the debate on the use of digital technology and the health and wellbeing of children and young people: an age-appropriate design code, Law Commission review of current legislation on offensive online communications, relationship and sex education, age verifications, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and online filtering, and technology in music education. 3p.
HL Debate 17/01/2019
Corporate Author: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
A joint inspection of search application and production order processes: an inspection of the promised improvements from the National Crime Agency’s warrant review in 2015. Incl. annex. 19p.
Corporate Author: HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services
Maritime 2050: navigating the future. 52p.
I. Letter dated 24/01/2019 from Chloe Smith MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Democratic engagement: respecting,
protecting and promoting our democracy. Incl. annexes. 39p.
Pregnancy and maternity discrimination: consultation on extending redundancy protection for women and new parents. 21p.
Corporate Author: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Tenant Fees Bill: analysis on the application of Standing Order No.83O of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons relating to Public Business in respect of Government amendments made in the House of Lords. 5p.
Commons consideration of Lords’ Amendments stage
Protocol to the UK/Israel Double Taxation Agreement. 19p.
Corporate Author: Revenue and Customs
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