House of Lords
| Session 2008 - 09|
Publications on the internet
|House of Lords Sessional Papers|
Issued 21st March 2009 to 27th March 2009
Cm 7570. Bribery Draft Legislation. Ministry of Justice. March 2009.
Cm 7568. Treasury Minutes on the First to the Third Reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2008-09. 1st Report Defence Information Infrastructure. 2nd Report The national programme for IT in the NHS: progress since 2006. 3rd Report Skills for life: progress in improving adult literacy and numeracy. HM Treasury. Session 2008-09.
Cm 7547. Pursue Prevent Protect Prepare. The United Kingdom's Strategy for Countering International Terrorism. CONTEST. Home Office. March 2009. Session 2008-09.
Cm 7557. Human Rights Annual Report 2008. Foreign and Commonwealth Office. March 2009.
Cm 7581. Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission 55th Annual Report for the year ending 30th September 2008. March 2009.
Cm 7574. Treaty Series No. 04 (2009). Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women. New York, 6th October 1999. Previously published as Miscellaneous No. 10 (2004) Cm 6318. FCO March 2009.
Cm 7577. Green Paper. Rights and Responsibilities: developing our constitutional frame work. Ministry of Justice. March 2009. Session 2008-09.
Cm 7555. The Learning Revolution White Paper. Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. March 2009.
Cm 7578. Treaty Series No. 5 (2009). Exchange of Notes between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Japan concerning the Supply of Logistic Support to the United Kingdom Armed Forces. Tokyo, 5th February 2008 (The Exchange of Notes entered into force on 5th February 2008). FCO. Session 2008-09.
House of Lords Papers
HLP 55. House of Lords. European Union Committee. 7th Report. The United Kingdom opt-in: problems with amendment and codification. Report with Evidence. Chairman: Lord Roper. Session 2008-09.
HLP 47-i. Joint Committee on Human Rights. 7th Report. Demonstrating respect for rights? A human rights appropach to policing protest. Volume I. Report, together with formal minutes and written evidence. Chairman: Andrew Dismore. Session 2008-09.
HLP 47-ii. Joint Committee on Human Rights. 7th Report. Demonstrating respect for rights? A human rights appropach to policing protest. Volume II. Oral and written evidence.Chairman: Andrew Dismore. Session 2008-09.
HLP 62. Joint Committee on Human Rights. 9th Report. Legislative Scrutiny: Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Bill. Drawing special attention to: Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Bill. Report, together with formal minutes and written evidence. Chairman: Andrew Dismore. Session 2008-09.
HLP 59. Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. 9th Report. Chairman: David Maclean. Session 2008-09.
HLP 63. House of Lords. Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 12th Report. Drawing special attention to: Social Security (Flexible New Deal) Regulations. Chairman: Lord Filkin CBE. Session 2008-09.
HLB 33. Coroners and Justice Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.
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