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Session 2008 - 09
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House of Lords Sessional Papers

No. 19

Issued 6th June 2009 to 3rd July 2009

Command Papers

Cm 7654.    Building Britain's Future. (Includes the draft legislative programme.) HM Government. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7642.    Cyber Security Strategy of the United Kingdom: safety, security and resilience in cyber space. Cabinet Office. UK Office of Cyber Security, UK Cyber Security Operations Centre. June 2009. Session 2009-09.

Cm 7595.    Department for Children, Schools and Families Departmental Report 2009. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7599.    Defra Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Departmental Report 2009. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7596.    Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills Departmental Report 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7594.    Department for Work and Pensions DWP Departmental Report 2009. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7593.    Department of Health Departmental Report 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7650.    White Paper. Digital Britain Final Report. June 2009. Department for Business Innovation & Skills and Department for Culture Media and Sport. The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson and the Rt Hon Ben Bradshaw MP. Introduction by Lord Carter. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7651.    The Government Reply to the Report by Lord Carlile of Berriew Q.C. Report on the Operation in 2008 of the Terrorism Act 2000 and of part 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006. June 2009. Home Office.

Cm 7631.    HM Treasury. Central Government Supply Estimates 2009-10. Supplementary Budgetary Information. June 2009.

Cm 7600.    Ministry of Justice Departmental Annual Report 2008-09. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7644.    Miscellaneous No. 6 (2009). Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. New York, 13th December 2006. FCO.

Cm 7646.    NHS Pay Review Body 24th Report 2009. Chair: Professor Gillian Morris. July 2009. Department for Health. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7668.    Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the Proposed National Assembly for Wales (Legislative Competence) (Culture and Other Fields) Order 2009. Wales Office. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7602.    Northern Ireland Office 2009 Departmental Report. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7630.    Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses 2009. June 2009. PESA. HM Treasury.

Cm 7601.    Scotland Office and Office of the Advocate General for Scotland Annual Report 2009. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7590.    The National Security Strategy of the United Kingdom: Update 2009. Security for the Next Generation. Cabinet Office. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7597.    The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. Departmental Report 2008-09. Ofsted. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7659.    The Road to Copenhagen. The UK Government's case for an ambitious international agreement on climate change. Department for Energy & Climate Change. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7660.    Memorandum to the Transport Select Committee. Post-Legislative Assessment of the Railways Act 2005. Department for Transport. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7645.    Treaty Series No. 11 (2009). Exchange of notes beteween the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of Belarus in Respect of the Travel of Children Affected by the Chernobyl Incident to the United Kingdom on Charity-Sponsored Respite Visits. Minsk, 22nd May 2009. [The Exchange of Notes entered into force on 22nd May 2009.] Session 2008-09.

Cm 7663.    Treaty Series No. 12 (2009). Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britian and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Mauritius concerning Air Services. Port Louis 26th February 2009. [The Agreement entered into force on 26th February 2009.] Session 2008-09.

Cm 7664.    Treaty Series No. 13 (2009). Convention between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Moldova for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income and Capital, with Protocol. London, 8th November 2007. [The Convention & Protocol entered into force on 30th October 2008. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7653.    Uganda Series No. 1 (2009). Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britian and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Uganda on the transfer of sentenced persons. Kampala 2nd June 2009. FCO.

Cm 7603.    Wales Office Annual Report 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7647.    The Government's response to the House of Commons Welsh Affairs Committee report: The Provision of cross-border health services for Wales. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7669.    White Paper. A Better Deal for Consumers. Building Britain's Future. Delivering Real Help Now and Change for the Future. HM Government. Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. July 2009. Session 2008-09.

Cm 7588.    White Paper. Schools White Paper. Building Britain's Future. Your Child, Your Schools, Our Future: Building a 21st Century Schools System, a Commitment to the Children's Plan. Department for Children's Schools and Families. June 2009. Session 2008-09.

House of Lords Papers

HLP 110.    House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. 9th Report. Policing and Crime Bill. Legislative reform: Legislative Report (Insolvency) (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order 2009. Chairman: Lord Goodhart QC. Session 2008-09.

HLP 120.    House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. 10th Report. Government responses: Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Bill, Coroners and Justice Bill. Legislative reform order: Draft Legislative Report (Limited Partnerships) Order 2009. Chairman: Lord Goodhart QC. Session 2008-09.

HLP 106-I.    House of Lords European Union Committee. 14th Report. The future of EU financial regulation and supervision. Volume I. Report. Chairman: Baroness Cohen of Pimlico. Session 2008-09.

HLP 106-II.    House of Lords European Union Committee. 14th Report. The future of EU financial regulation and supervision. Volume II. Evidence. Chairman: Baroness Cohen of Pimlico. Session 2008-09.

HLP 108.    House of Lords European Union Committee. 15th Report. Access to EU Documents. Report with Evidence. Chairman: Lord Roper. Session 2008-09.

HLP 95.    House of Lords European Union Committee. 12th Report. European Contract Law. The Draft Common Frame of Reference. Report with Evidence. Chairman: Lord Roper. Session 2008-09.

HLP 104.    Joint Committtee on Human Rights. 17th Report. Government replies to the Second, Fourth, Eighth, Ninth and Twelfth reports of Session 2008-09. Report, together with formal minutes. Chairman: Mr Andrew Dismore. Session 2008-09.

HLP 119.    Joint Committtee on Human Rights. 18th Report. Counter-Terrorism Policy and Human Rights (15th Report): Annual Renewal of 28 Days 2009. Report, together with formal minutes and written evidence. Chairman: Mr Andrew Dismore MP. Session 2008-09.

HLP 124.    Joint Committtee on Human Rights. 19th Report. Legislative Scrutiny: Parliamentary Standards Bill. Drawing special attention to: Parliamentary Standards Bill. Report, together with formal minutes. Chairman: Mr Andrew Dismore MP. Session 2008-09.

HLP 77.    Joint Committtee on Human Rights. Immigration and Human Rights. Oral and written evidence. Chairman: Mr Andrew Dismore MP. Tuesday 19th February 2008. Mr Liam Byrne MP, Minister of State for Nationality, Citizenship and Immigration, Home Office, and Ms Lin Homer, Chief Executive, Border and Immigration Agency. Session 2008-09.

HLP 111.    Joint Committtee on Statutory Instruments. 16th Report. Drawing Special attention to: Local Government Pension Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2009 (S.I. 2009/1025) Immigration (Passenger Transit Visa) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2009 (S.I. 2009/1032). Police and Criminal Evidence (Application to the Police Ombusdman) Order (Northern Ireland) 2009 (S.R. 2009/142). Chairman: David Maclean MP. Session 2008-09.

HLP 117.    Joint Committtee on Statutory Instruments. 17th Report. Drawing Special attention to: Armed Forces (Evidence in Proceedings before Civilian Courts) Regulations 2009 (S.I. 2009/1112). European Parliamentary Elections (Local Returning Officers' Charges) (Scotland) Order 2009 (S.I. 2009/1120). Chairman: David Maclean MP. Session 2008-09.

HLP 121.    Joint Committtee on Statutory Instruments. 18th Report. Drawing Special attention to: Export Control (Uzbekistan) (Amendment) Order 2009 (S.I. 2009/1174). Chairman: David Maclean MP. Session 2008-09.

HLP 112.    House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 20th Report. Chairman: Lord Filkin. Session 2008-09.

HLP 109.    Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 19th Report. Drawing special attention to: Draft Identity Cards Act 2006 (Designation) Order 2009; Draft Identity Cards Act 2006 (Fees) Regulations 2009; Draft Identity Cards Act 2006 (Provision of Information without Consent) Regulations 2009; Draft Identity Cards Act 2006 (Information and Code of Practice on Penalties) Order 2009. Chairman: Lord Filkin. Session 2008-09.

HLP 118.    House of Lords Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 21st Report of Session 2008-09. Drawing special attention to: Merchant Shipping (Light Dues) (Amendment) Regulations 2009. Chairman: Lord Filkin. Session 2008-09.

HLP 122.    Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee. 22nd Report. Drawing special attention to: Education (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2009. Chairman: Lord Filkin. Session 2008-09.

HLP 113-I.    House of Lords Select Committe on Economic Affairs. 3rd Report. The Finance Bill 2009. Volume I: Report. Chairman: Lord Vallance of Tummel. Session 2008-09.

HLP 113-II.    House of Lords Select Committe on Economic Affairs. 3rd Report. The Finance Bill 2009. Volume II: Evidence. Chairman: Lord Vallance of Tummel. Session 2008-09.

HLP 114.    House of Lords Select Committe on the Constitution. 14th Report. Analysis of the Government's response to Surveillance: Citizens and the State. Report. (HLP 18 2008-09). Chairman: Lord Goodlad. Session 2008-09. Debated in the House of Lords 19th June 2009.

HLP 128.    House of Lords Select Committe on the Constitution. 16th Report. Policing and Crime Bill. Report. Chairman: Lord Goodlad. Session 2008-09.

Public Bills

HLB  56.    Autism Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.

HLB  55.    Business Rate Supplements Bill. AS AMENDED IN COMMONS.

HLB  53.    Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies and Credit Unions Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.

HLB  58.    Driving Instruction (Suspension and Exemption Powers) Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.

HLB  57.    Holocaust (Return of Cultural Objects) Bill Initially called the Holocaust (Stolen Art) Restitution Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.

HLB  60.    Parliamentary Standards Bill. AS READ A FIRST TIME.

HLB  59.    Perpetuities and Accumulations Bill [HL]. AS AMENDED IN COMMITTEE.

HLB  54.    Political Parties and Elections Bill AS AMENDED ON REPORT.




 
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