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Session 2003-2004

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Reports
 
 
* 22 October 2004 Fourth Special ReportAdditional Government Response to the Second Report on Asylum and Immigration Appeals
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* 27 July 2004 Fifth ReportDraft Criminal Defence Service Bill
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* 21 July 2004 Third Special ReportFurther Government Response to the Second Report on Asylum and Immigration Appeals
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* 16 July 2004 Fourth ReportCivil Legal Aid: adequacy of provision
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Click here to view the Government's Response to the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee's Report on Civil Legal Aid: adequacy of provision
 
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* 15 March 2004 Third ReportWork of the Committee 2003
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* 2 March 2004 Second ReportAsylum and Immigration Appeals
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* 10 February 2004 First ReportJudicial appointments and a Supreme Court (court of final appeal)
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* 29 January 2004 Second Special ReportGovernment Response to the Fourth Report on Immigration and Asylum: the Government's proposed changes to publicly funded immigration and asylum work
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* 13 January 2004 First Special Report, together with formal minutesProtection of a witness - privilege
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Oral Evidence

 
* 13 July 2004Department for Constitutional Affairs Departmental Report 2003/04
Oral Evidence given by Sir Hayden Phillips GCB, Permanent Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs
Written Evidence: uploaded on 15 April 2008

HC 907-i
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*11 May 2004The work of the Information Commissioner
Oral Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed
Written Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed : published on 28 June 2004

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*4 May 2004Statutory supervision of legal professionals: the work of the Legal Services Ombudsman
Oral Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed
Written Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed : published on 28 June 2004

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*29 January 2004The reform of the Office of Lord Chancellor: ecclesiastical patronage
Oral Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed
Written Evidence ordered by the Committee to be printed : published on 19 March 2003

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Uncorrected Oral Evidence

 
* 16 November 2004Constitutional Reform Bill: the Government's proposals
Uncorrected transcript of Oral Evidence given by Rt Hon Lord Falconer of Thoroton QC, Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor, Alex Allan, Permanent Secretary, and Judith Simpson, Head of Constitutional Policy Division, Department for Constitutional Affairs: uploaded on 19 November 2004

HC 628-iv
 
* 8 June 2004Constitutional Reform: the Government's proposals
Uncorrected transcript of Oral Evidence given by Rt Hon Lord Falconer of Thoroton QC, Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor and Sir Hayden Phillips GCB, Permanent Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs: uploaded on 16 June 2004

HC 628-iii
 
* 25 May 2004Constitutional Reform Bill: the Government's proposals
Uncorrected transcript of Oral Evidence given by Hon Margaret Wilson, Attorney General of New Zealand; Rt Hon Dame Sian Elias GNZM, Chief Justice, New Zealand Supreme Court; Rt Hon Thomas Gault DCNZM, President, New Zealand Court of Appeal, and Rt Hon Sir Kenneth Keith KBE, Judge of the Court of Appeal; Rt Hon Lord Bingham of Cornhill, Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary: uploaded on 28 May 2004

HC 628-ii
 
* 25 May 2004Constitutional Reform Bill: the Government's proposals
Uncorrected transcript of Oral Evidence given by Professor I R Scott: uploaded on 28 May 2004

HC 628-i
 
* 27 April 2004Civil Legal Aid: adequacy of provision
Uncorrected transcript of Oral Evidence given by Mr David Lammy MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs: uploaded on 4 May 2004

HC 391-v
 
 
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