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Session 2006 - 07
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House of Lords Sessional Papers

No. 21

Issued 13th October to 26th October 2007

Command Papers

Cm.  7238.    Agreement between the Government of the Isle of Man on Customs and Excise and associated matters. HM Treasury .

Cm.  7232.    Review of Section 58 of the Children Act 2004. Session 2006-07.

Cm.  7187.    Government Response to the Constitutional Affairs Select Committee Report. Freedom of Information: Government's proposal for reform. Session 2006-07.

Cm.  7233.    Government response to the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee Report on Caring for our Collections. Session 2006-07. Chairman John Whittingdale MP.

Cm.  7236.    Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Government Resonse to the House of Lords Select Committee on Communications 1st Report of Session 2006-07: The Chairmanship of the BBC.

Cm.  7214.    The Government's response to the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee Report: Young Black People and the Criminal Justice System. Session 2006-07.

Cm.  7223.    Lords Constitution Committee. Government's Response to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution's Report: Relations between the executive, the judiciary and Parliament. Session 2006-07.

Cm.  7231.    Office of the Leader of the House of Commons. Governance of Britain_Revitalising the Chamber: The role of the back bench Member. The Government's response to the Modernisation Committee's First Report of Session 2006-07. (HCP 337).

Cm.  7234.    The Government Reply to the Fifth Report from the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee Session 2006-07. HL Paper 165. Personal Internet Security. Session 2006-07.

Cm.  7237.    The Economic and Fiscal Impact of Immigration. A Cross-Departmental Submission to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs. Home Office. DWP Department for Work and Pensions.

Cm.  7210.    The Governance of Britain. Judicial Appointments. Session 2006-07. Ministry of Justice.

Cm.  7235.    The Governance of Britain. Managing Protest around Parliament. Session 2006-07. Home Office.

Cm.  7239.    The Governance of Britain. War Powers and Treaties: Limiting Executive Powers. Session 2006-07. Ministry of Justice. FCO.

House of Lords Papers

HLP  188.    House of Lords Procedure Committee. 5th Report of Session 2006-07. Questions for Short Debate in Grand Committee. Sitting time on Fridays. This day six months. Explanatory notes on Commons amendments. Chairman: Lord Brabazon of Tara. Session 2006-07.

HLP  179.    Joint Committee on Human Rights. 21st Report. Human Trafficking: Update. Report, together with formal minutes and appendix. (Original report HLP 245 2005-06). Chairman: Mr Andrew Dismore MP. Session 2006-07.

HLP  177.    Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. 26th Report. Twenty-sixth Report of Session 2006-07. Drawing special attention to: Crime and Disorder (Prescribed Information) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1831). Company and Business names (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1947). Session 2006-07. Chairman: David Maclean MP.

HLP  186.    Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. 27th Report of Session 2006-07. Drawing special attention to: Court of Protection Rules 2007 (S.I. 2007/1744) Plant Protection Products (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2007. (S.I. 2007/1941). Chairman: David MacLean. Session 2006-07.

HLP  185.    House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 31st Report. Draft Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations Order 2007. Zoonoses and Animal By-Products (Fees) Regulations 2007. Social Security (National Insurance Credits) Amendments Regulations 2007. Chairman: Lord Filkin. Session 2006-07.

HLP  190.    House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 32nd Report of Session 2006-07. Lord Filkin.

HLP  168.    House of Lords Science and Technology Committee. 8th Report. Science and Heritage: An Update. Report with evidence. Chairman: Lord Broers. Session 2006-07.

Public Bill

HLB  109.    Legal Services Bill [HL]. As amended in Commons.

HLB  108.    Serious Crime Bill [HL]. As amended in Commons.

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