MONDAY 16TH NOVEMBER
*The Lord LukeTo ask Her Majestys Government what contingency plans are in place for transport to and from the Millennium Dome in the event of the Jubilee Line extension not opening on schedule.
*The Lord Hardy of WathTo ask Her Majestys Government what arrangements are in place to monitor the standards of health and nutrition of children at school; and whether any deterioration in such standards has been noted since changes were made in the arrangements for school meals in the 1980s.
*The Lord JuddTo ask Her Majestys Government on how many occasions the full inter-departmental working group on overseas development cooperation has met at ministerial level since May 1997 and what consideration it has given to security sector reform.
*The Lord Clement-JonesTo ask Her Majestys Government what progress they are making in setting up the Foods Standards Agency.
Procedure of the HouseThe Chairman of Committees to move, That the 4th Report from the Select Committee (HL Paper 144) be agreed to.
The Earl FerrersTo move, as an amendment to the Chairman of Committees motion, at end insert (except the recommendation relating to the Lord Chancellors Dress).
The Earl FerrersTo move, as an amendment to the Chairman of Committees motion, at end insert (except the recommendation that the Lord Chancellor should be able to speak from the Government Front Bench when the House is sitting as a House).
The Lord Soulsby of Swaffham PriorTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee, Resistance to Antibiotics and other antimicrobial agents (7th Report, HL Paper 81).
The Lord Lofthouse of PontefractTo ask Her Majestys Government what progress is being made to deal with claims for compensation by mineworkers who are suffering from respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and emphysema.
TUESDAY 17TH NOVEMBER
*The Lord CadmanTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied that the prices paid by British consumers for foodstuffs and other commodities, which are reported to be higher than those in other European Union Member States, are consistent with the existence of a single market within the European Union.
*The Lord Phillips of SudburyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will require the forthcoming Royal Commission on reform of the House of Lords to undertake a campaign of information and consultation with the general public.
*The Lord McCarthyTo ask Her Majestys Government how many employees who now earn less than the National Insurance lower earnings limit of £64 a week will be lifted above this limit by the introduction of the National Minimum Wage; and what would be the annual cost of providing those that remain with the right to full contributory benefits.
*The Lord Wallace of SaltaireTo ask Her Majestys Government whether their plans for constitutional reform include modernisation of the relationship between the Channel Islands and the United Kingdom.
Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) Bill [HL] (formerly Girobank plc (Transfer) Bill [HL])
The Chairman of Committees to move, That the Commons message of 12th November 1998 be now considered; and that the promoters of the bill have leave to suspend any further proceedings thereon in this session in order to proceed with the bill in the next session of Parliament, notice of their intention to do so having been deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments not later than 12 noon tomorrow;
That the bill be deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments not later than noon on the second sitting day in the next session with a declaration annexed, signed by the agent, stating that the bill is the same in every respect as the bill at the last stage of the proceedings thereon in this House in the present session;
That the proceedings on the bill in the next session of Parliament be pro forma in regard to every stage through which the bill has passed in the present session, and that no new fees be charged to such stages;
That the Private Business Standing Orders apply to the bill in the next session only in regard to any stage through which the bill has not passed during the present session.
Northern Ireland BillThird Reading [The Lord Dubs]
The Baroness OCathainTo ask Her Majestys Government what steps they are taking to encourage marketing and its contribution to business success.
[The House will be asked to consider, as first business, any messages received from the Commons]
WEDNESDAY 18TH NOVEMBER
*The Lord Peyton of YeovilTo ask Her Majestys Government why they have abandoned their proposal to establish a Foods Standards Agency.
*The Lord Taylor of BlackburnTo ask Her Majestys Government why the Ordnance Survey are no longer depicting county boundaries on their maps and whether they will revert to the original method of including both county and administrative data.
*The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether it remains their policy that dietary supplements are sold under the law relating to food provided they are safe and make no medicinal claims.
*The Lord Shore of StepneyTo ask Her Majestys Government what action they have taken to assist the government and people of Bangladesh to deal with the recent flood disaster; and what assessment has been made of their continuing needs and priorities.
House of Lords OfficesThe Chairman of Committees to move, That the 7th Report from the Select Committee (HL Paper 153) be agreed to.
Registration of Political Parties BillThird Reading [The Lord Williams of Mostyn]
The Lord PalmerTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied with the present state of agriculture in the United Kingdom with particular reference to the upland regions and Scotland.
THURSDAY 19TH NOVEMBER
*The Lord JacobsTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied with the operation of the new regulations which limit the sale of aspirin and other similar products to 32 tablets at one time without the express agreement of a pharmacist.
*The Lord QuirkTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied that Primary Care Group Boards are so structured as to make proper use of the skills and knowledge of pharmacists.
*The Lord Campbell of CroyTo ask Her Majestys Government what encouragement or assistance they are giving to the development of offshore wind generation of electricity.
NO DAY NAMED
The Viscount Montgomery of AlameinTo call attention to the opportunities for trade with and investment in Latin America; and to move for papers.
The Lord Ashley of StokeTo call attention to the need for full, enforceable civil rights for chronically sick and disabled people; and to move for papers.
The Baroness Perry of SouthwarkTo call attention to the importance of higher education policy for the social, economic and intellectual welfare of the United Kingdom; and to move for papers.
The Lord BarnettTo call attention to the prospects for the United Kingdom joining EMU in the foreseeable future; and to move for papers.
The Lord Armstrong of IlminsterTo move, That a Select Committee be appointed to undertake an inquiry, and within three calendar months to make recommendations, as to how a procedure might be implemented whereby the House would nominate approximately one hundred peers by succession to be voting peers and whereby the remaining peers by succession would renounce their rights to vote but would retain their rights to speak in the House or Committees of the House.
The Lord MoynihanTo call attention to the current situation in Algeria; and to move for papers.
The Earl of NortheskTo call attention to political and economic developments in the South Atlantic; and to move for papers.
The Earl of CarlisleTo call attention to the number of people from ethnic minorities in senior positions in public life; and to move for papers.
The Lord SandbergTo ask Her Majestys Government what effect the financial crisis in the Far East is likely to have on the British economy.
The Lord HoosonTo call attention to plans to restructure the United Nations for the next century; and to move for papers.
Succession to the CrownThe Lord Alderdice to move, That an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty praying that Her Majesty may be graciously pleased to allow that Her undoubted Prerogative and interest may not stand in the way of the consideration of Parliament during the present session of any measure to remove the bar on a person who is not, or who is married to a person who is not, a protestant to succeed to the Crown.
The Earl of CarlisleTo call attention to the long-term future of Central and Eastern Europe, with particular reference to the three Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; and to move for papers.
The Earl of OnslowTo call attention to the science of genetically-modified organisms, and its implications for the breeding of plants and animals; and to move for papers.
The Viscount HanworthTo call attention to the need to encourage teachers in primary and secondary education, and to the role of OFSTED; and to move for papers.
The Lord Bishop of OxfordTo call attention to the commitment in the Labour Party manifesto to a fairer, faster and firmer asylum procedure; and to move for papers.
The Lord AcknerTo call attention to the case for effectively monitoring the operation of conditional fee agreements; and to move for papers.
The Lord DholakiaTo call attention to the need for a national strategy for dealing with paedophiles; and to move for papers.
The Lord BirdwoodTo call attention to changes in the duties of back-bench members of both Houses of Parliament in the last thirty years; and to move for papers.
The Baroness Linklater of ButterstoneTo call attention to the implications for rural communities of the closure of their local school; and to move for papers.
The Lord Hardy of WathTo call attention to the apparent increase in cruelty to animals; and to move for papers.
The Earl of ClanwilliamTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they support the industrialisation of farming practices in the United Kingdom.
The Lord HyltonTo move to resolve, That this House deplores the attempted murder of Mr Akin Birdal, President of the Turkish Human Rights Association, on 12th May; the refusal by the Turkish Government to admit United Nations Rapporteurs on Human Rights, or representatives of the OSCE or ICRC; the imprisonment and exile of members of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey; and the banning and dissolution in Turkey of numerous bona fide political parties.
The Lord Morris of ManchesterTo ask Her Majestys Government what further consideration they are giving to improving Service Pensions and War and War Widows Pensions; and when they expect to announce any improvements.
The Viscount ChelmsfordTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied that the link between the United Kingdoms Balance of Payments and the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) by the nations leaders and managers is sufficiently understood.
The Lord Cocks of HartcliffeTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their view of the economic and business opportunities presented by the information age, which was the subject of a Government paper published in April by the Central Office of Information.
The Lord VinsonTo call attention to the case for using nuclear energy to meet the United Kingdoms Kyoto Conference obligations for the reduction of CO2 emissions; and to move for papers.
The Lord HayhoeTo call attention to the case for establishing an Independent Statutory Commission responsible for the conduct of referendums, their organisation and administration along the lines proposed by the Commission on the Conduct of Referendums chaired by Sir Patrick Nairne which reported in November 1996; and to move for papers.
The Lord IronsideTo call attention to the strengths of the Armed Forces and the investments needed to sustain their capabilities for deployment and intervention in defence of the United Kingdoms sovereign interests; and to move for papers.
The Lord AcknerTo call attention to the Governments consultation paper Rights of Audience and Rights to Conduct Litigation in England and Wales: The Way Ahead (June 1998); and to move for papers.
The Lord Sefton of GarstonTo call attention to the case for a review of income tax (especially at the top levels) in order to ensure a fairer distribution of resources; and to move for papers.
The Baroness Gould of PotternewtonTo call attention to the discrepancies in the provision of abortion under the National Health Service; and to move for papers.
The Earl RussellTo ask Her Majestys Government what will be the responsibilities and the objectives of the Minister for Women.
The Lord Lloyd-WebberTo call attention to the workings of the licensing system governing the export of art and cultural goods; and to move for papers.
The Viscount WaverleyTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their policy on the use of sanctions.
The Lord Morris of ManchesterTo ask Her Majestys Government how many servicemen and women who served in the Gulf War have illnesses still awaiting diagnosis; and what progress is being made in their investigations in relation to these illnesses.
The Baroness CoxTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their policy towards recent developments in Sudan.
The Lord Mackie of BenshieTo ask Her Majestys Government what steps they are taking or intend to take to deal with the serious crisis facing British farmers.
The Lord Mayhew of TwysdenTo ask HMG what representations they have received about their proposals for a modern system for corporation tax payments following the abolition of advance corporation tax in April 1999.
The Lord HyltonTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their response to the indefinite unilateral ceasefire from 1st September by the PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party), and the presence of Turkish troops in Iraq and recent military threats against Syria.
The Lord Campbell of CroyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will give advice to police authorities on the circumstances in which police vehicles may exceed speed limits, ignore traffic lights and in other ways dispense with the regulations governing traffic on public roads.
The Lord FreybergTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they have in mind a change in the way in which the arts in this country are governed and managed.
The Lord Clement-JonesTo ask Her Majestys Government whether the Department of Health plans to issue new guidance on MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccines in the light of new medical evidence and litigation recently instituted against pharmaceutical companies manufacturing the vaccines.
The Lord Lester of Herne HillTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they consider that further measures are needed to protect and maintain the separation of powers and the independence and impartiality of the Judiciary in determining devolution issues, human rights issues and other issues involving the misuse of power by public authorities.
The Lord RotherwickTo ask Her Majestys Government what measures they intend to take to address the difficulties facing the agricultural industry.
The Lord RowallanTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their view of the disparity between farm-gate and supermarket prices for food products; and what steps they intend to take to redress this imbalance.
The Lord Ponsonby of ShulbredeTo ask Her Majestys Government what future defence role they see for the Western European Union.
The Lord McNallyTo ask Her Majestys Government what changes in procedure and liaison between the Home Office and the Press Complaints Commission have taken place following their respective inquiries into the circumstances surrounding press serialisation of Cries Unheard concerning the case of Mary Bell.
The Earl of IveaghTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will provide additional financial support for conductive education.
The Baroness Knight of CollingtreeTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will consider the case for changes in the procedure to deal with alleged disciplinary misdemeanours by hospital doctors or consultants, particularly to speed up the process.
The Lord AhmedTo call attention to the case for fresh international initiatives to solve the problem of Kashmir; and to move for papers.
The Lord PaulTo call attention to the role of privately owned businesses in the British economy; and to move for papers.
The Lord Morris of Castle MorrisTo ask Her Majestys Government what action they propose to take to alleviate the funding difficulties faced by the British Library.
The Lord BerkeleyTo call attention to the Government White Paper A New Deal for Transport: better for everyone (Cm 3950); and to move for papers.
The Viscount WaverleyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether heads of government and foreign or trade ministers from countries outside the European Union enjoy sufficient access to United Kingdom ministers; how many requests for meetings at heads of government or ministerial level have been made since 1st May 1997; what such meetings have taken place; and what such further meetings have been arranged.
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their response to the report of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Psychiatrists on organophosphate sheep dips.
The Lord Brabazon of TaraTo ask Her Majestys Government what further measures they propose to deal with crimes of violence on board aircraft; and how they intend to ensure that those found guilty of such crimes receive appropriate punishments.
The Lord Phillips of SudburyTo ask Her Majestys Government what plans they have to implement the recommendations of the final report of the Crick Advisory Group on Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools.
The Lord TopeTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are satisfied with the level of safety in private rented accommodation occupied by university undergraduates.
The Baroness Miller of Chilthorne DomerTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will consider lowering the age of eligibility for candidates in local elections to 18.
The Earl of ClancartyTo call attention to the Department of Culture, Media & Sports new funding arrangements, and the restructuring of the Arts Council of England, the Museums and Galleries Commission and other publicly funded arts organisations; and to move for papers.
SELECT COMMITTEE REPORTS
[The date in brackets is that on which the Report was published]
The Lord KingslandTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Enhancing Parliamentary Scrutiny of the Third Pillar (6th Report, HL Paper 25). [12th September]
The Lord Slynn of HadleyTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the Select Committee on the Public Service (HL Paper 55). [19th January]
The Lord HoffmannTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Acquired Rights Revisited (22nd Report, HL Paper 98). [18th May]
The Lord BarnettTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on the Reform of the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund (30th Report, HL Paper 138). [3rd August]
The Lord Perry of WaltonTo move, That this House take note of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee on Cannabis: the scientific and medical evidence (9th Report, HL Paper 151). [11th November]
QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN ANSWER
[Tabled or amended on 12th November]
The Lord Hardy of WathTo ask Her Majestys Government what progress has been made with regard to the use of animals in scientific procedures. (HL3855)
The Viscount ChandosTo ask Her Majestys Government what targets London Transport has been set for 1998-99. (HL3856)
The Lord Dean of BeswickTo ask Her Majestys Government, further to the Answer by the Lord Clinton-Davis on 11th November (WA 105) relating to Health Authority Revenue Allocations 1999-2000, why Manchester Health Authority has received a smaller percentage increase than Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield or Liverpool, despite the fact that statistics show that in most cases Manchester has a higher death rate than the other four areas. (HL3857)
The Viscount TrenchardTo ask Her Majestys Government whether proposals currently under consideration for the Territorial Army envisage a reduction in the strength of its infantry of nearly 60 per cent from an establishment of 16,000 to one of 6,500; and what will be the annual saving to the defence budget resulting from this reduction. (HL3858)
The Viscount TrenchardTo ask Her Majestys Government whether, in considering proposals for the Territorial Army, they have taken account of the social and other benefits which the Territorial Army provides to the community; and whether they have considered the feasibility and cost of providing these benefits in other ways. (HL3859)
The Lord LucasTo ask Her Majestys Government what estimates have been submitted to them by each local education authority of (a) the capital cost and (b) the continuing annual revenue cost of reducing class sizes for 5-7 year olds below 30; what proportion the sums under (b) above are of the revenue expenditure on primary education by each local education authority; and whether the total of the estimates in (a) and (b) above is in line with estimates previously made public by the Government. (HL3860)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government whether any vaccines or other medication containing genetically modified viruses or other organisms were administered to British troops prior to or during Operation Granby. (HL3861)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government how many rounds of depleted uranium ammunition were fired by British forces, including tomahawk missiles, tank rounds, and cannon shells fired from aircraft, during Operation Granby; and whether they agree with United States figures that 1,200,000 rounds were fired in total by coalition forces. (HL3862)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government whether any modifications were made to British tanks to ensure that the safety of their crews when firing depleted uranium ammunition during Operation Granby; and, if not, why not. (HL3863)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government how many British Gulf veterans have been tested for exposure to depleted uranium dust; and whether, in the light of the results of Canadian tests on samples from one British veteran which showed a high titre of depleted uranium, they will ensure that tests are conducted on a routine basis on other British Gulf veterans who may have been exposed to the dust. (HL3864)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are aware of reports from Iraq of very high levels of cancers among young children which are thought to be caused by their exposure to depleted uranium dust; and what is their response to these reports. (HL3865)
The Countess of MarTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they are aware of any reports of an increase in the incidence of childhood cancers, pulmonary disease, cardiac disease and immunological disorders in the population of Kuwait since the Gulf War; and whether there is any co-operation between clinicians and scientists from the United Kingdom and Kuwait. (HL3866)
The Lord Morris of ManchesterTo ask Her Majestys Government what is their most recent information on Kuwaiti prisoners held in Iraq; what action they have taken in support of the Government of Kuwaits efforts to secure the release of their prisoners; and what further action they will be taking. (HL3867)
The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government, further to the Written Answers by the Baroness Hayman on 4th November (WA 44-45), whether the process by which the Medicines Control Agency reaches a conclusion as to whether a blend of herbs and vitamins is a medicine involves consultation with scientific experts; and, if so, which ones. (HL3868)
The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government, further to the Written Answers by the Baroness Hayman on 4th November (WA 44-45), by what means the Medicines Control Agency notifies a manufacturer of its decision to class a product as a medicine; in what format the reasons for that decision are set out; and whether the absence of such stated reasons would invalidate such a decision in law. (HL3869)
The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government, further to the Written Answers by the Baroness Hayman on 4th November (WA 44-45), whether the Court of Appeal Judgment to which they refer was the recent case involving melatonin, which is licensed as a medicine in most other European Union member states; and why, if so, they deem this case relevant to cases of herbal and vitamin blends which are sold under food, not medicines, law in many other member states. (HL3870)
The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they have any plans to meet with representatives of DGIII and DGXV of the European Commission to discuss consumers right to have access to safe herbal and vitamin blends under food law within the European Union Single Market. (HL3871)
The Earl Baldwin of BewdleyTo ask Her Majestys Government when the Medicines Control Agency intends to commence its forthcoming consultation exercise about its intention more rigorously to enforce the Medicines Act in relation to herbal remedies and herbal and vitamin blends; what form that consultation will take; whether the consultation will include Consumers for Health Choice; and whether, until that exercise is completed, the Agency will refrain from taking unilateral enforcement action against safe herbal and vitamin blends. (HL3872)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will give a list of the books approved by the Secretary of State under Prison Rule 16, as available for prisoners undergoing cellular confinement. (HL3873)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government what information they have received about the alleged massacre of 122 Iraqis and three Egyptians in Abu Ghraib Prison, Baghdad, on 1st October; and whether they will ask the United Nations Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Arbitrary and Summary Executions, M. Bacre Waly Ndiaye, to submit a report on this atrocity to the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly. (HL3874)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government how many places have been offered to the Immigration and Nationality Directorate of the Home Office by the Prison Service, for Immigration Act detainees. (HL3875)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government how many Immigration Act detainees were held in each of the prisons or detention centres in use for this purpose, on 30th September. (HL3876)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they believe that more asylum applicants should be detained, if the space were available in the detention estate and the prison system. (HL3877)
The Lord AveburyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they will cause an independent examination to be made of the computer file attributes of the contemporaneous note said to have been made by Mr Craig Murray of his meeting with Mr Tim Spicer on 19th January, as proposed by S J Berwin & Co in their letter to Sir Thomas Legg of 6th July. (HL3878)
The Earl of ClancartyTo ask Her Majestys Government whether they have any plans to review the operation of the all-work test for claimants of incapacity benefit with mental health disabilities; and, if so, what such plans are. (HL3879)
BILLS IN PROGRESS
[The date in brackets is the date for which the bill is set down]
Waiting for Second Reading
Prime Minister (Ecclesiastical Functions) [HL]
Energy Efficiency (No. 2) [HL]
Hereditary Peerage (Election) [HL]
Recommitted to an Unopposed Bill Committee
London Local Authorities [HL] [12th November]
Committed to a Committee of the Whole House
Criminal Appeal (Amendment) [HL]
Waiting for Report
Lord Chancellor (Tenure of Office) (Amendment) [HL]
Waiting for Third Reading
Northern Ireland [17th November]
Registration of Political Parties [18th November]
Sent to the Commons
Coordinated Universal Time [HL]
Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons (Amendment) [HL]
Geneva Conventions (Amendment) [HL]
British Nationality (St. Helena) [HL]
Local Government (Experimental Arrangements) [HL]
Business Improvement Districts [HL]
Electricity Generation [HL]
Mental Health (Amendment) (No. 2) [HL]
Building Regulations (Energy Rating Information) (Amendment) [HL]
Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) (Amendment) [HL]
Sexual Orientation Discrimination [HL]
Pensions (Amendment) [HL]
Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) [HL]
City of Westminster [HL]
Returned to the Commons amended
Regional Development Agencies
Returned to the Commons with a Reason
European Parliamentary Elections
Waiting for Royal Assent
Statute Law (Repeals) [HL]
MEASURE IN PROGRESS
Waiting for Affirmative Resolution
AFFIRMATIVE INSTRUMENTS IN PROGRESS
Waiting for consideration by the Joint Committee
Draft Functions of Traffic Wardens (Scotland) Order 1998
Draft Broadcasting (Restrictions on the Holding of Licences) (Amendment) Order 1998
Waiting for Affirmative Resolution
Draft Security for Private Road Works (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1998
Draft Meat and Livestock Commission Levy (Variation) Scheme (Confirmation) Order 1998
Draft Legal Advice and Assistance (Scope) (Amendment) Regulations 1998
Draft Representation of the People (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Regulations 1998
Draft Local Elections (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 1998
Draft Channel 4 (Application of Excess Revenues) Order 1998
Draft Contracting Out (Functions in Relation to Insurance) Order 1998
Draft Education (Grammar School Ballots) Regulations 1998
Draft Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Regulations 1998
Draft Civil Procedure (Modification of Enactments) Order 1998
Draft Parliamentary Constituencies (England) (Miscellaneous Changes) Order 1998
Draft Jobseekers Allowance Amendment (New Deal) Regulations 1998
Draft Rates (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998
DEREGULATION PROPOSAL IN PROGRESS
Proposal reported from the Deregulation Committee
Draft Deregulation (Pipe-lines) Order 1998
[Unless otherwise indicated, Committees meet in the Lords rooms
in the Committee Corridor as indicated in the daily broadsheets]
TUESDAY 17TH NOVEMBER