House of Lords
| Session 2007 - 08|
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|House of Lords Sessional Papers|
Issued 15th March 2008 to 28th March 2008
Cm 7353. 54th Annual Report of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission. Year ending 30th September 2007.
Cm 7344. The Government Reply to the 9th Report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights Session 2007-08 HL Paper 50, HCP 199 Counter-Terrorism Policy and Human Rights (8th Report): Counter-Terrorism Bill. Home Department. March 2008.
Cm 7340. Human Rights Annual Report 2007. United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office. March 2008.
Cm 7320. Office of the Leader of the House of Commons. Post-Legislative Scrutiny_The Government's Approach. March 2008. Detailed response to Law Commission's Report on Post-legislative Scrutiny Cm 6945.
Cm 7343. Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the Proposed Draft National Assembly for Wales (Legislative Competence) (Social Welfare and Other Fields) Order 2008. Wales Office.
Cm 7348. Raising Expectations: enabling the system to deliver. Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. Department for Children, Schools and Families. March 2008.
Cm 7339. Six-monthly Report on Hong Kong 1 July_31 December 2007.
Cm 7342-I-II-III. The Governance of Britain. Part 1: Constitutional Renewal. Part 2: Draft Constitutional Renewal Bill. Part 3: Analysis of Consultations. Ministry of Justice. White Paper.
Cm 7291. The National Security Strategy of the United Kingdom. Security in an interdependent world. Cabinet Office.
Cm 7323. Treasury Minutes on the First Report to the Sixth Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007-08. 1st Report: DFID: Tackling rural poverty in developing countries. 2nd Report: Prescribing costs in Primary Care. 3rd Report: Building for the Future: sustainable construction and refurbishment on the Government Estate. 4th Report: Building and maintaining river and coastal flood defences in England. 5th Report: Evasion of Vehicle Excise Duty. 6th Report: Improving services and support for people with dementia. Presented to Parliament by the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury by Command of Her Majesty. March 2008.
House of Lords Papers
HLP 88. House of Lords Delegated Powers & Regulatory Reform Committee. 7th Report of Session 2007-08. European Union (Amendment) Bill; Immigration (Discharged Gurkhas) Bill [HL]; Iraq War Inquiry Bill [HL]; Government amendments Children and Young Persons Bill [HL]. Chairman Lord Goodhart QC. Session 2007-08.
HLP 81. Joint Committee on Human Rights. 15th Report. Legislative Scrutiny. Drawing special attention to Children and Young Persons Bill; Criminal Justice and Immigration Bill; Health and Social Care Bill; Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill; Sale of Student Loans Bill. Report, together with formal minutes and appendices. Chairman Mr Andrew Dismore MP. Session 2007-08.
HLP 77. Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. 13th Report. Drawing special attention to: School Finance (England) Regulations 2008 (S.I. 2008/228). Chairman David Maclean MP. Session 2007-08.
HLP 83. Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. 14th Report. Drawing special attention to: Draft Bedfordshire (Structural Changes) Order 2008. Chairman David Maclean MP. Session 2007-08.
HLP 79. House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 15th Report of Session 2007-08. Drawing special attention to: Draft Bedfordshire (Structural Changes) Order 2008; Home Information Pack (Amendment) Regulations 2008; Government Response: (Geographical Distribution of Large and Small Casino Premises Licences) Order 2008. Chairman Lord Filkin CBE. Session 2007-08.
HLP 85. House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 16th Report of Session 2007-08. Chairman Lord Filkin CBE. Session 2007-08.
HLP 84. House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution. 6th Report of Session 2007-08. European Union (Amendment) Bill and the Lisbon Treaty: Implications for the UK Constitution. Report. Chairman Lord Goodlad. Session 2007-08.
HLB 43. Immigration (Discharged Gurkhas) Bill [HL]. AS READ A FIRST TIME.
HLB 45. Iraq War Inquiry Bill [HL]. AS READ A FIRST TIME.
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