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Letter dated 04/05/2020 from Kevin Foster MP to Diane Abbott MP regarding points raised at the Windrush Compensation Scheme (Expenditure) Bill, committee stage and third reading: reaching affected individuals beyond the Caribbean, communications campaign to raise awareness of the scheme, current payment levels, and the Windrush Lessons Learned Review. 3p.
House of Commons Debate 24/03/2020
Corporate Author: Home Office
Letter dated 20/05/2020 from James Heappey MP to John Healey MP and Jamie Stone MP regarding whether the Ministry of Defence advice on the use of Citriodiol as a treatment for COVID-19. 2p.
House of Commons Written Question 40987, 2019-21
Corporate Author: Ministry of Defence
Letter dated 20/05/2020 from James Heappey MP to Jamie Stone MP regarding the use of Citriodiol as a protective measure against COVID-19. 2p.
House of Commons Written Question 40728, 2019-21
Letter dated 01/05/2020 from Priti Patel MP to Yvette Cooper MP regarding the Police Officer Uplift Programme. Incl. link to the quarterly update to March 2020 2p.
Table showing number of claimants in receipt of Local Housing Allowance in Universal Credit and Housing Benefit for each broad rental market area each year from 2017 to 2019. 4p.
House of Commons Written Question 14954, 2019-2021
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions
Letter dated 30/04/2020 from Priti Patel MP to Yvettte Cooper MP regarding the allocation of the £2million of Home Office funding for charities supporting the victims of domestic abuse announced on 11 Apr . 2p.
2019-20 Convergence Programme for the United Kingdom: submitted in line with the Stability and Growth pact. 38p.
Written Ministerial Statement 30/04/2020
Corporate Author: Treasury
Letter dated 01/05/2020 from Sally Collier, Chief Regulator, to Daisy Cooper MP, regarding whether the Secretary of State for Education will take steps to allow schools to challenge examination boards and Ofqual where student grades are adjusted on the basis of statistical modelling. 2p.
House of Commons Written Question 39785, 2019-21
Corporate Author: Ofqual
Letter dated 28/04/2020 from Chloe Smith MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding annual abstract of marriages for deposit in the Libraries. 1p. II. Tables showing statistics on marriages in England and Wales, 1837 to 2017. 128p.
Letter dated 27/04/2020 from Priti Patel MP to Yvette Cooper MP regarding the Independent Review of Prevent. 1p.
Letter dated 27/04/2020 from Kit Malthouse MP to Yvette Cooper MP regarding changes to the Police funding settlement for 2020/21. 2p.
Letter dated 27/04/2020 from Baroness Berridge to Members regarding an update on issues raised during the passage of the Coronavirus Act: numbers attending education settings, learning from home, examinations and qualifications, healthcare students, vulnerable children, children with special education needs or disabilities (SEND), education workforce, and local authorities & post-16 education. 8p.
HL Debates 24/03/2020 and 25/03/2020
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Letter dated 27/04/2020 from Victoria Atkins MP to Maria Miller MP regarding review of the time commitment involved in the Domestic Abuse Commissioner's role. 2p.
Letter dated 30/04/2020 from Sally Collier, Chief Regulator, to Alex Sobel MP, regarding whether non-exam assessment (coursework) will be taken into account in the additional autumn 2020 GCSE, AS and A Level exam series. 2p.
I. Letter dated 24/04/2020 from Guy Opperman MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding a document for deposit in the House libraries. 1p. II. Framework document between the Pensions Ombudsman and Pension Protection Fund Ombudsman & the Department for Work and Pensions. Incl. appendices. 22p.
Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions, Pensions Ombudsman
I. Letter dated 24/04/2020 from John Glen MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding the Northern Ireland Banknote (Designation of Authorised Bank) Regulations 2020. 1p. II. Exchange of letters between Mario Pisani, Treasury Fiscal Group and Sarah John, Bank of England regarding the transfer of the authorisation to issue commercial banknotes in Northern Ireland. 2 docs.
Corporate Author: Bank of England, Treasury
Letter dated 21/04/2020 from Baroness Berridge to Baroness Grender regarding the ownership of the relationship of a vulnerable child between a social worker and a school. 1p.
HL Debate 19/03/2020
Letter dated 06/04/2020 from Nick Read, Group Chief Executive Officer, to Sam Tarry MP, regarding Post Office Limited's criteria for awarding new franchises and the number and location of Post Office franchises awarded to ZCO Ltd. 4p.
PQ 34417; PQ 34418
Corporate Author: Post Office
Letter dated 20/04/2020 from Sally Collier, Chief Regulator, to Helen Hayes MP, regarding the potential for unconscious bias in terms of gender and race in the predicted grades for GSCEs and A-Levels. 2p.
Letter dated 16/04/2020 from Baroness Vere of Norbiton to Peers regarding points raised during the debate on the European Union Aviation Safety Agency. 4p.
Corporate Author: Department for Transport
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