House of Commons

House of Commons Votes and Proceedings
Wednesday
13 June 2018

No. 152

Corrected 31 July 2018

The House met at 11.30 am.

Prayers

1Questions to (1) the Secretary of State for Wales

(2) the Prime Minister

2Disorderly conduct

Ian Blackford, Member for Ross, Skye and Lochaber, wilfully disregarded the authority of the Chair.

The Speaker ordered him to withdraw immediately from the House during the remainder of this day’s sitting (Standing Order No. 43).

Accordingly the Member withdrew from the House.

3Questions to the Prime Minister (resumed)

4Employment Guarantee Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Frank Field, supported by Sir Nicholas Soames, Jack Brereton, Margaret Beckett, Stephen Timms, Jeremy Lefroy, Sir Roger Gale, Kate Hoey, Ruth Smeeth, Sammy Wilson, Jim Shannon and Diana Johnson, presented a Bill to require the Secretary of State to guarantee paid employment for six months for claimants of Jobseeker’s Allowance, or the jobseeker’s component of Universal Credit, who have been unemployed for six months or longer; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 6 July, and to be printed (Bill 224).

5Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Sir Oliver Heald, supported by Sir Roger Gale, Sir Paul Beresford, David Hanson, John Spellar, Mr Ben Bradshaw, Neil Parish, Gareth Thomas, Maggie Throup, Mr Nigel Evans, Jim Fitzpatrick and Sir Mike Penning, presented a Bill to amend the Animal Welfare Act 2006 in relation to service animals.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 15 June and to be printed (Bill 225).

6Packaging (Extended Producer Responsibility): Motion for leave to bring in a Bill (Standing Order No. 23)

Ordered, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require producers of packaging products to assume responsibility for the collection, transportation, recycling, disposal, treatment and recovery of those products; and for connected purposes;

That Anna McMorrin, Mary Creagh, Zac Goldsmith, Ben Lake, Kerry McCarthy, John McNally, Dr Matthew Offord, Jo Platt, Liz Saville Roberts, Mr Barry Sheerman, Alex Sobel and Matt Western present the Bill.

Anna McMorrin accordingly presented the Bill.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 26 October, and to be printed (Bill 226).

7European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Further consideration of Lords Amendments (second day)

The Speaker announced that Lords Amendment 3 engaged Commons financial privilege.

Lords Amendment 51

Motion made and Question proposed, That Amendment (a) be made to Lords Amendment 51.—(Keir Starmer.)

The Speaker announced a time limit on backbench speeches (Standing Order No. 47(1)).

Question put, That Amendment (a) be made to Lords Amendment 51.

The House divided.

Division No. 178.

Ayes: 240 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Noes: 322 (Tellers: Paul Maynard, Stuart Andrew).

Question accordingly negatived.

As it was more than six hours after the commencement of proceedings on consideration of Lords Amendments on the second day, the Chair put the Questions necessary to bring proceedings on Lords Amendments 51, 1, 2, 5, 53, 4, 3, 24, 32, 6 to 9, 33 to 36, 38, 40 to 42, 159 to 161, 163, 164, 166 to 168, and 170 to a conclusion (Programme Order, 12 June).

The following Questions were put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83F).

(1) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 51 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(Mr Robin Walker.

The House divided.

Division No. 179.

Ayes: 327 (Tellers: Paul Maynard, Stuart Andrew).

Noes: 126 (Tellers: Susan Elan Jones, Stephen Gethins).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 51 disagreed to.

(2) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 1 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(Mr Robin Walker.

The House divided.

Division No. 180.

Ayes: 325 (Tellers: Paul Maynard, Stuart Andrew).

Noes: 298 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 1 disagreed to.

(3) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 2 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

The House divided.

Division No. 181.

Ayes: 326 (Tellers: Craig Whittaker, Andrew Stephenson).

Noes: 296 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 2 disagreed to.

(4) That Amendments (a) and (b) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendments 1 and 2 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to.

(5) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 5 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

The House divided.

Division No. 182.

Ayes: 321 (Tellers: Craig Whittaker, Andrew Stephenson).

Noes: 301 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 5 disagreed to.

(6) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 53 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

The House divided.

Division No. 183.

Ayes: 320 (Tellers: Craig Whittaker, Andrew Stephenson).

Noes: 297 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 53 disagreed to.

(7) That Amendments (a) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendment 53 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to.

(8) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 4 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

The House divided.

Division No. 184.

Ayes: 318 (Tellers: Nigel Adams, Mike Freer).

Noes: 301 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 4 disagreed to.

(9) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 3 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords Amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

The House divided.

Division No. 185.

Ayes: 320 (Tellers: Mike Freer, Nigel Adams).

Noes: 296 (Tellers: Nic Dakin, Nick Smith).

Question accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 3 disagreed to.

(10) That Amendments (c) and (d) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendment 3 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to.

(11) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 24 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with a Lords amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to.

(12) That Amendment (ii) be made to amendment (a) in lieu of Lords Amendment 24 and that amendments (a), as amended, and (b) in lieu of Lords Amendment 24 be made (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to.

(13) That this House agrees with the Lords in their Amendments 32, 6 to 9, 33 to 36, 38, 40 to 42, 159 to 161, 163, 164, 166 to 168 and 170 (Single Question to agree with all remaining Lords amendments).—(The Solicitor General.

Question agreed to. 

Motion made, and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83H(2)), That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their Amendments 4, 5, 10, 20, 37, 39, 43, 45, 51, 52, 110, 125 and 128 to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.

That Steve Baker, Robert Buckland, Emma Hardy, Jessica Morden, Mark Spencer, Keir Starmer and Jeremy Quin be members of the Committee. 

That Robert Buckland be the Chair of the Committee.

That three be the quorum of the Committee.

That the Committee do withdraw immediately.—(Paul Maynard.)

Question agreed to.

8Statutory Instruments: Motions for Approval

(1) Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the draft Client Money Protection Schemes for Property Agents (Approval and Designation of Schemes) Regulations 2018, which were laid before this House on 3 May, be approved.—(Paul Maynard.)

Question agreed to.

(2) Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the draft Client Money Protection Schemes for Property Agents (Requirement to Belong to a Scheme etc.) Regulations 2018, which were laid before this House on 3 May, be approved.—(Paul Maynard.)

Question agreed to.

9European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (Reasons Committee)

Robert Buckland (Chair) reported from the Committee appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to certain of their Amendments to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, That it had drawn up the following Reasons, which it had directed him to report to the House:

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 4 for the following Reason:—

Because the Bill already contains sufficient protection for the areas of EU law concerned.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 5 for the following Reason:—

Because none of the Charter of Fundamental Rights should be part of domestic law on or after exit day.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 10 for the following Reason:—

Because it inappropriately restricts the power in Clause 7(1).

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 20 for the following Reason:—

Because it is not consistent with the constitutional roles of Her Majesty’s Government and Parliament in relation to the conduct of international relations.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendments 37, 39 and 125 for the following Reason:—

Because it is better for a default “exit day” to be specified in the Bill rather than appointed by regulations made under the Bill.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 43 for the following Reason:—

Because it inappropriately restricts the power in Clause 17(1 ).

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 45 for the following Reason:—

Because it inappropriately restricts the power in Clause 17(5).

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 51 for the following Reason:—

Because it is not the policy of the government for the United Kingdom to continue to participate in the EEA as part of its future relationship with the EEA States.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendment 52 for the following Reason:—

Because it is important to retain a power to allow for certain challenges to be brought in domestic law where they would otherwise be excluded by paragraph 1(1) of Schedule 1.

The Commons disagree to Lords Amendments 110 and 128 for the following Reason:—

Because the Commons prefer their proposed arrangements for sifting.

The Reasons were agreed to.

Message to the Lords to communicate the said Reasons, with the Bill and Amendments.

10Public petitions

A public petition from the residents of the United Kingdom relating to travellers was presented and read by Mr Ranil Jayawardena.

11Adjournment

Subject: Proposed ban on foie gras imports (Henry Smith)

Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—(Paul Maynard.

Adjourned at 10.07 pm until tomorrow.

Other Proceedings

Lords Messages

12Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill

The Lords agree to the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill with amendments to which they desire the agreement of the Commons.

Printing of Lords Amendments

13Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill

Lords Amendments to be considered tomorrow, and to be printed (Bill 227), with Explanatory Notes (Bill 227-EN).

Public petitions

14Public Petitions

A petition from the residents of Felixstowe, Suffolk Coastal and the wider Suffolk area relating to Felixstowe Academy was presented.

Changes to Notices Given

15Service Animals (Offences) Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill withdrawn.

16June Bank Holiday (Creation) Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 6 July.

17Business of the House Commission Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 6 July.

18Hospital (Parking Charges and Business Rates) Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 6 July.

19Voter Registration (No. 2) Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 6 July.

20Multi-employer Pension Schemes Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 6 July.

21Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 26 October.

22Asset Freezing (Compensation) Bill [Lords]

Order for Second Reading on Friday 15 June, read and discharged.

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 26 October.

Explanatory Notes to Bills

23Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill

Explanatory Notes to the Bill to be printed (Bill 225–EN).

General Committees: Appointments

The Speaker appoints the Chair of General Committees and members of Programming Sub-Committees, and allocates Statutory Instruments to Delegated Legislation Committees.

The Selection Committee nominates Members to serve on General Committees (and certain Members to serve on Grand Committees).

24Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation and Liability for Housing Standards) Bill Committee

(1) Chair: Phil Wilson

(2) Members: Nigel Adams, Lucy Allan, Heidi Allen, Bob Blackman, Ms Karen Buck, Clive Efford, Helen Hayes, Caroline Lucas, Siobhain McDonagh, Melanie Onn, Chris Philp, Luke Pollard, Tom Pursglove, Will Quince, Andy Slaughter and Mrs Anne-Marie Trevelyan.

25First Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Double Taxation Relief (Mauritius) Order 2018 and the draft Double Taxation Relief and International Tax Enforcement (Cyprus) Order 2018)

(1) Chair: Mr Laurence Robertson 

(2) Members: Peter Aldous, Ann Coffey, Anneliese Dodds, Vicky Ford, Mr Marcus Fysh, Peter Grant, Mr David Lammy, Catherine McKinnell, Scott Mann, Stephen Metcalfe, Andrew Percy, Jeff Smith, Mel Stride, Ross Thomson, Chuka Umunna, Thelma Walker and Craig Whittaker.

26Second Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Revision of Codes C, E, F, and H) Order 2018)

(1) Chair: Ian Austin 

(2) Members: Mrs Kemi Badenoch, Nic Dakin, Steve Double, Mr Philip Dunne, Caroline Flint, Louise Haigh, Simon Hart, Mr Nick Hurd, Liz Kendall, Shabana Mahmood, Paul Maynard, Nigel Mills, David Morris, Eleanor Smith, Dame Caroline Spelman, Gareth Thomas and Mohammad Yasin.

27Third Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Nursing and Midwifery (Amendment) Order 2018)

(1) Chair: Mr Nigel Evans 

(2) Members: Stephen Barclay, Thangam Debbonaire, Mr Robert Goodwill, Mr Mark Harper, Andrew Jones, Mr Marcus Jones, Justin Madders, Grahame Morris, Wendy Morton, Lisa Nandy, Alex Norris, Bridget Phillipson, Emma Reynolds, Mr Bob Seely, Mr Barry Sheerman, Maggie Throup and Theresa Villiers

28Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Official Statistics Order 2018)

(1) Chair: Ian Paisley 

(2) Members: Jack Brereton, Jo Churchill, Mr Jim Cunningham, Emma Dent Coad, Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, Leo Docherty, Colleen Fletcher, Kevin Foster, Mrs Helen Grant, Kate Green, Mr Stephen Hepburn, Andrea Jenkyns, Gillian Keegan, Christian Matheson, Johnny Mercer, Chloe Smith and Wes Streeting.

Reports from Select Committees

29Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

(1) Electric vehicles: developing the market and infrastructure: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 383);

(2) Corporate governance: delivering on fair pay: Written evidence, to be published (HC 928);

(3) Correspondence with the Chair Designate of the Competition and Markets Authority relating to audit firms: Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Update on the Pubs Code Adjudicator: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1082)

(Rachel Reeves).

30Draft Health Service Safety Investigations Bill (Joint Committee on)

Draft Health Service Safety Investigations Bill: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 1064) (Sir Bernard Jenkin).

31Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee

(1) Work of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 321);

(2) Dangerous dogs: breed-specific legislation: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 1040);

(3) Correspondence from the Minister of State for Immigration on the status of vets on the Shortage Occupation List: Written evidence, to be published (HC 776);

(4) Fur trade in the UK: Written evidence, to be published (HC 823);

(5) Regulation of the water industry: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1041)

(Neil Parish).

32Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Environmental Audit Committee, Health and Social Care Committee and Transport Committee

Improving air quality: Government Response to the Fourth Report of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Fourth Report of the Environmental Audit Committee, Third Report of the Health and Social Care Committee, and Second Report of the Transport Committee of Session 2017–19: First Joint Special Report from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Environmental Audit Committee, Health and Social Care Committee and Transport Committee, being the Tenth Special Report from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, the Seventh Special Report from the Environmental Audit Committee, the Second Special Report from the Health and Social Care Committee and the Third Special Report from the Transport Committee, to be printed (HC 1149) (Neil Parish). 

33European Scrutiny Committee

(1) Thirty-first Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 301-xxx);

(2) EU withdrawal: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 763);

(3) Ministerial correspondence: Written evidence, to be published (HC 301)

(Sir William Cash).

34Foreign Affairs Committee

(1) Global Britain: Government Response to the Sixth Report of the Committee: Tenth Special Report, to be printed (HC 1236);

(2) Western Balkans: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 874);

(3) Correspondence from the Foreign Secretary, relating to Iran and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action: Written evidence, to be published

(Tom Tugendhat).

35High Speed Rail (West Midlands - Crewe) Bill (Select Committee on)

High Speed Rail (West Midlands - Crewe) Bill: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 927) (James Duddridge).

36Human Rights (Joint Committee on)

Freedom of speech in universities: Written evidence, to be published (HC 589) (Ms Harriet Harman).

37Justice Committee

(1) The treatment of young adults in the criminal justice system: follow-up: Eighth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 419);

(2) Disclosure of evidence in criminal cases: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 859);

(3) Correspondence with the Attorney General, relating to the appointment of the next Director of the Serious Fraud Office: Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Criminal Legal Aid fees: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1069)

(Robert Neill).

38Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

(1) Brexit and Northern Ireland: Agriculture: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 939);

(2) Brexit and Northern Ireland: Fisheries: Written evidence, to be published (HC 878);

(3) Electricity Sector in Northern Ireland: Follow-up: Written evidence, to be published (HC 888);

(4) Existing passport processes: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1058)

(Dr Andrew Murrison).

39Public Accounts (Committee of)

(1) Private Finance Initiatives: Forty-sixth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 894);

(2) Delivering STEM skills for the economy: Forty-seventh Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 691);

(3) Strategic suppliers: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 1031);

(4) Supporting primary care services: NHS England’s contract with Capita: Written evidence, to be published (HC 698);

(5) Converting schools to academies: Written evidence, to be published (HC 697);

(6) Correspondence with Department for Education relating to academy schools’ finances: Written evidence, to be published (HC 760);

(7) HMRC’s performance progress review: Written evidence, to be published (HC 972)

(Meg Hillier).

40Treasury Committee

(1) Childcare: Government Response to the Ninth Report of the Committee, Session 2017-19: Fifth Special Report, to be printed (HC 1196);

(2) Work of the Financial Conduct Authority: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 475);

(3) Correspondence from the Senior Responsible Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority relating to Prudential regulation of the Co-operative Bank, Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Economic crime: Written evidence, to be published (HC 940)

(Nicky Morgan).

41Women and Equalities Committee

(1) Sexual harassment of women and girls in public places: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 701);

(2) Sexual harassment in the workplace: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 725)

(Mrs Maria Miller).

John Bercow

Speaker

Westminster Hall

The sitting began at 9.30 am.

Business appointed by the Chairman of Ways and Means (Standing Order No. 10(6))

1Review of the business rates system

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered a review of the business rates system.—(Rachael Maskell.)

At 11.00 am, the Motion lapsed (Standing Order No. 10(6)).

2Chippenham parking charges

Resolved, That this House has considered Chippenham parking charges.—(Michelle Donelan.)

The sitting was suspended between 11.27 am and 2.30 pm (Standing Order No. 10(1)(b)).

3Economic effect of vaccinations in developing countries

Resolved, That this House has considered the economic effect of vaccinations in developing countries.—(Stephen Crabb.)

The sitting was suspended between 3.53 pm and 3.56 pm.

4Government's policy on continuing healthcare for people with terminal illnesses

Resolved, That this House has considered the Government's policy on continuing healthcare for people with terminal illnesses.—(Chris Evans.)

The sitting was suspended between 4.17 pm and 4.30 pm.

5Paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules.—(Alison Thewliss.)

The Chair announced a time limit on backbench speeches (under the authority of the Chairman of Ways and Means and Standing Order No. 47(1)).

Resolved, That this House has considered paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules.

Sitting adjourned without Question put (Standing Order No. 10(14)).

Adjourned at 5.30 pm until tomorrow.

Lindsay Hoyle

Chairman of Ways and Means

Papers Laid

Papers subject to Affirmative Resolution

1Energy

Draft Oil and Gas Authority (Offshore Petroleum) (Disclosure of Protected Material after Specified Period) Regulations 2018 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Claire Perry)

2Investigatory Powers

Draft Investigatory Powers (Codes of Practice and Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2018 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

Papers subject to Negative Resolution

3European Union No. 6 (2018)

Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement done at Brussels on 30 October 2016, between Canada, of the one part, and the European Union and its Member States, of the other part  (Cm. 9622 i-iii) (by Command), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Boris Johnson)

4Investigatory Powers

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Juveniles) (Amendment) Order 2018 (S.I., 2018, No. 715), dated 12 June 2018 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

Other papers

5Health and Social Care

Government Response to the Thirteenth Report from the House of Lords European Union Committee, Session 2017-19, on Brexit: reciprocal healthcare (by Command) (Cm. 9634) (Secretary Jeremy Hunt)

6National Health Service

(1) Report and Accounts of Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 2017–18 (by Act) (Secretary Jeremy Hunt)

(2) Report and Accounts of Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 2017–18 (by Act) (Secretary Jeremy Hunt)

(3) Report and Accounts of Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust for 2017–18 (by Act) (Secretary Jeremy Hunt)

(4) Report and Accounts of University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 2017–18 (by Act) (Secretary Jeremy Hunt)

7Regulation of Investigatory Powers

(1) Draft Revised Code of Practice for Covert Human Intelligence Sources (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

(2) Draft Revised Code of Practice for Covert Surveillance and Property Interference (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

(3) Draft Revised Code of Practice for Investigation of Protected Electronic Information (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

8UK Borders

Report and Accounts of Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration for 2017-18 (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

 

Prepared 13 June 2018