House of Lords Business

Contents

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relevant registered interest.

Bills marked § have been set down before the
expiry of the recommended minimum interval
between stages.

Thursday 21 April 2016 at 11.00am

Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th Birthday The Lord Privy Seal (Baroness Stowell of Beeston) to move that a Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty The Queen as follows-

"Most Gracious Sovereign,

We, Your Majesty’s most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer Your Majesty the warmest congratulations of this House on the occasion of Your Majesty’s ninetieth Birthday;

To assure Your Majesty of our deep affection and highest regard;

And to join our prayers with those of the Nation and Commonwealth for the long continuance of Your Majesty’s health and happiness."

*Oral Questions, 30 minutes

*Baroness Boothroyd to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to review the powers of the House of Lords Appointments Commission.

*Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will introduce uniform standards and a national tariff payment in order to achieve high quality outcomes for wheelchair users.

*Baroness Mobarik to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many Iraqi troops British forces are expected to help train this year to fight Daesh.

*Baroness Berridge to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the level of religiously motivated crime and violence in the United Kingdom in the light of the murder of Asad Shah.

Privileges and Conduct The Chairman of Committees to move that the 6th Report from the Select Committee (The conduct of Lord Bhatia) (HL Paper 133) be agreed to.

If the 6th Report from the Committee for Privileges and Conduct is agreed to, the Chairman of Committees to move to resolve that Lord Bhatia be suspended from the service of the House for eight months.

§Northern Ireland (Stormont Agreement and Implementation Plan) Bill Committee [Lord Dunlop]

Lord Best to move that this House takes note of the Report from the Constitution Committee BBC Charter Review: Reith not revolution (1st Report, HL Paper 96).

Future Business 

Friday 22 April at 10.00am

Criminal Cases Review Commission (Information) Bill Report [Lord Ramsbotham]

Road Traffic Act 1988 (Alcohol Limits) (Amendment) Bill [HL] Report [Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe]

House of Commons Members’ Fund Bill Second Reading [Lord Naseby]

If the bill is read a second time, Lord Naseby to move that the bill be committed to a Committee of the Whole House.

Council Tax Valuation Bands Bill [HL] Committee [Lord Marlesford] 10th Report from the Delegated Powers Committee

Monday 25 April at 2.30pm

*Baroness Pidding to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many young people they expect to benefit from the Prime Minister’s commitment to expand the mentoring programme for disengaged young people.

*Baroness Massey of Darwen to ask Her Majesty’s Government which areas of England will be most affected by shortages of places for secondary school pupils in September, and how they intend to tackle the number of secondary schools that are above their capacity.

*Lord Kennedy of Southwark to ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they are taking to promote co-operative housing. [I]Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
Member, Council of the London Borough of Lewisham

*Lord Stevenson of Balmacara to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the closures of regional museums, particularly in the North of England, and the impact of those closures on the United Kingdom’s creative industry and on the educational services provided to local schools and colleges.

Trade Union Bill Third Reading [Baroness Neville-Rolfe] 1st Report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights

†Housing and Planning Bill Report (day 5) [Baroness Williams of Trafford] 20th, 21st, 26th, 27th and 28th Reports from the Delegated Powers Committee

Tuesday 26 April at 2.30pm

*Lord Clement-Jones to ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures they are undertaking to ensure that small businesses can protect their intellectual property and reduce the legal costs of enforcing it, in the light of World Intellectual Property Day.

*Baroness Sharp of Guildford to ask Her Majesty’s Government what considerations have led them to recommend the abolition of the statutory position of parent governors on school and academy governing boards

*Lord Harris of Haringey to ask Her Majesty’s Government why, when advertising the post of Chair of Healthwatch England, the Department of Health stipulated that the successful candidate would require private sector experience, and why the governance arrangements for Healthwatch England have been changed so that its Chief Executive is subordinate to the Chief Executive of the Care Quality Commission.

Topical oral question. Ballot to be drawn at 1pm on Friday 22 April.

Driving Instructors (Registration) Bill Committee [Earl Attlee]

†Energy Bill [HL] Consideration of Commons Reason [Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth]

If the Committee stage of the Northern Ireland (Stormont Agreement and Implementation Plan) Bill has concluded, it is expected that the Report stage will begin.

Wednesday 27 April at 3.00pm

*Baroness Jenkin of Kennington to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to prioritise the wellbeing of children when their parents are going through separation.

*Baroness McDonagh to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the recently published figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government are correct in stating that in 2009–10 Her Majesty’s Government built 33,000 social rent properties that were let at 40–50 per cent of market rent, and spent £22.4 billion in real terms on housing benefit, and that in 2014–15 they are predicted to have built 9,600 social rent properties that were let at 40–50 per cent of market rent, and to have spent £24.7 billion on housing benefit.

*Lord Strasburger to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether clause 217 of the Investigatory Powers Bill will give them the power to force a company to break its own encryption in a similar manner to the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation’s abandoned attempt to make Apple break the security of an iPhone.

Topical oral question. Ballot opens at 3pm on Thursday 21 April, to be drawn at 1pm on Monday 25 April.

If the Report stage of the Housing and Planning Bill has concluded, it is expected that the Bill will be read a Third time.

Armed Forces Bill Report [Earl Howe] 21st and 26th Reports from the Delegated Powers Committee

Grand Committee in the Moses Room at 3.45pm

Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Code of Practice) Regulations 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Lord Keen of Elie]

Immigration (Leave to Enter and Remain) (Amendment) Order 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Lord Keen of Elie]

Limited Liability Partnerships, Partnerships and Groups (Accounts and Audit) Regulations 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Baroness Neville-Rolfe]

Nuclear Installations (Liability for Damage) Order 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth]

Crown Court (Recording) Order 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Lord Faulks]

†Education (Repeal of Arrangements for Vocational Qualifications Awarded or Authenticated in Northern Ireland) Order 2016 Consideration in Grand Committee [Lord Nash]

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of the state of the rural economy. (1 hour)

Thursday 28 April at 11.00am

*Baroness Tyler of Enfield to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment has been undertaken of the likely impact on the quality of mental health care of removing mental health quality premium measures from NHS England’s Quality Premium Guidance for 201617.

*Baroness Wheatcroft to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many people they expect to benefit from the new state pension, and what will be the average increase per person.

*Baroness Featherstone to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the funding for the new interferon-free Hepatitis C treatment will come from the National Health Service or HM Treasury.

Topical oral question. Ballot opens at 3pm on Friday 22 April, to be drawn at 1pm on Tuesday 26 April.

If the Report stage of the Northern Ireland (Stormont Agreement and Implementation Plan) Bill has concluded, it is expected that the Bill will be read a Third time.

Lord O’Neill of Gatley to move that this House takes note of the steps Her Majesty’s Government are taking to build a stronger economy.

Tuesday 3 May at 2.30pm

*Lord Watson of Invergowrie to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether there is any evidence that academies automatically perform better than local authority maintained schools, particularly those that are already categorised as high-performing.

*Lord Whitty to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they intend to introduce any safeguards as part of their reform of the local government pension scheme (LGPS) in order to ensure that British wealth funds conduct their investment strategies solely in the interest of their LGPS members.

*Lord Triesman to ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of the current and long-term crises in the governance of a number of sports, including allegations of corruption and doping, whether they intend to introduce legislation to establish standards by which sports governing bodies should conduct their affairs in order to restore public confidence in the fairness and efficacy of competition.

Wednesday 4 May at 3.00pm

*Lord Bird to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will conduct audits of the poverty programmes they support, and publish the results; and if not, why not.

*Lord Bradshaw to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they plan to amend the Railways Act 1993 in order to oblige the Office of Rail and Road, when deciding an open access application, to take into account the interests of passengers, of the public purse and of subsequent franchise competitions.

*Lord Lennie to ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures they are taking to improve access to apprenticeships that offer career progression and high skill employment, particularly for those under 26 years old.

Thursday 5 May at 11.00am

*Lord Harries of Pentregarth to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to take forward the recommendations of the report Third Party Election Campaigning-Getting the Balance Right by Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts.

*Lord Oates to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the effect of the national living wage on providers of social care.

*Baroness Doocey to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to tackle banking fraud, including internet and telephone scams.

Monday 9 May at 2.30pm

*Baroness Falkner of Margravine to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their policy on the European Union granting market economy status to China.

*Lord Robathan to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will publish a list of organisations and individuals in public life, including members of both Houses of Parliament, who have previously urged that the United Kingdom should join the euro.

*Baroness Ludford to ask Her Majesty’s Government what retrospective checks they intend to make, if any, into the financial backgrounds of foreign citizens, predominantly from Russia and China, who were granted United Kingdom residence through Tier One Investor visas, in the light of the reductions in applications and acceptances since the introduction of prior money-laundering checks in 2015.

*Lord Roberts of Llandudno to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether it is their continuing policy to deport failed unaccompanied asylum seekers on reaching 18 years of age.

Tuesday 10 May at 2.30pm

*Lord Naseby to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have plans to undertake an urgent review into the financial sustainability of high street trade in England and Wales in the light of the growth of online retail and the increase in overhead costs for shops trading on the high street.

*Lord Vinson to ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of net immigration continuing at over 300,000 people per year, and the latest Office for National Statistics projections indicating an increase in the United Kingdom population, including births, of 500,000 per year for the next six years, what plans they have to limit immigration and to build more hospitals, schools, housing and prisons to meet an increase in demand.

*Lord Addington to ask Her Majesty’s Government what consideration they have given to placing a duty on all publicly funded and professional sporting bodies to co-operate actively in identifying and punishing anyone damaging the integrity of sport.

Wednesday 11 May at 3.00pm

*Lord Holmes of Richmond to ask Her Majesty’s Government what the current economic and technological case is for continuing with Hinkley Point.

*Baroness Gardner of Parkes to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to ensure that carers employed by care service agencies provide the care for elderly, disabled and other people for which they are paid.

*Lord Wood of Anfield to ask Her Majesty’s Government what are the scope and purposes of the involvement of United Kingdom security forces in military action in Yemen.

Thursday 12 May at 11.00am

*Lord Kinnock to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to emphasise the importance to citizens, particularly young people, of registering to vote to enable them to participate in the referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union on 23 June.

*Baroness Sheehan to ask Her Majesty’s Government what evidence they have to support their claim that "pull factors" are responsible for the mass movement of people from the Middle East and North Africa in recent years.

*Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to alert the public to the dangers of alcohol and its causal links with hypertension, depression, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

The full lists of Other Motions for Debate and Questions for Short Debate are available online daily. The list of all Questions for Short Debate currently tabled will next be printed on 25 April.

Select Committee Reports 

The dates on which the reports were published are in italics.

Lord Best to move that this House takes note of the Report from the Communications Committee Press Regulation: where are we now? (3rd Report, Session 2014–15, HL Paper 135). 23 March 2015

Baroness Morgan of Huyton to move that this House takes note of the Report from the Digital Skills Committee (Session 2014–15, HL Paper 111). 17 February 2015

Baroness Prashar to move that this House takes note of the Report from the European Union Committee The EU Action Plan against migrant smuggling (4th Report, HL Paper 46). 3 November 2015

Baroness Scott of Needham Market to move that this House takes note of the Report from the European Union Committee EU energy governance (6th Report, HL Paper 71). 18 December 2015

The Earl of Selborne to move that this House takes note of the Report from the Science and Technology Committee Genetically modified insects (1st Report, HL Paper 68). 17 December 2015

Lord Boswell of Aynho to move that this House takes note of the Report from the European Union Committee The EU referendum and EU reform (9th Report, HL Paper 122). 30 March 2016

Other Motions for Debate 

Lord Saatchi to move that Standing Order 46 (No two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) be dispensed with to allow any Bill in the form in which the Medical Innovation Bill [HL] was approved by this House and sent to the Commons on 23 January 2015 in the last Parliament to be taken through all its remaining stages on one day.

Lord Alton of Liverpool to move to resolve that this House concurs with resolution 75 of the United States Congress, resolution 2016/2529(RSP) of the European Parliament, the resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and the recent declaration of the United States Secretary of State, John Kerry, that religious and ethnic minorities in Iraq and Syria are suffering genocide; and calls on Her Majesty’s Government to refer those resolutions to the United Nations Security Council with a view to conferring jurisdiction on the International Criminal Court or to having the Security Council establish an independent fact-finding commission of experts to investigate the allegations of genocide.

Baroness Thomas of Winchester to move to resolve that this House calls on Her Majesty’s Government to hold urgent talks with Disability Rights UK and the Disability Benefits Consortium to identify a mobility criterion in the Personal Independence Payment "moving around" assessment which is fairer than the current 20 metre distance, in the light of the impact on reassessed disabled claimants and the resulting large number of successful appeals.

Motions relating to Delegated Legislation 

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to move that this House takes note of the National Health Service (Mandate Requirements) Regulations 2016 and regrets that, in setting the budget for NHS England for the next five years, the Government have made wholly unrealistic assumptions about the financial viability of the National Health Service thereby putting patient safety and quality of service at risk (SI 2016/51). 24th Report from the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to move that this House regrets that the National Health Service Trust Development Authority (Directions and Miscellaneous Amendments etc.) Regulations 2016 fail either to establish a statutory basis for the creation of NHS Improvement or to put in place transparent governance arrangements; fail to identify how NHS Improvement is to be run appropriately given that its two constituent parts-Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority-are governed by completely different statutory arrangements; fail to safeguard the future of NHS Foundation Trusts; and fail to resolve the potential conflict of interest in NHS Improvement between its regulatory role and that of an agency in securing and improving the safety of services (SI 2016/214).

Lord Grantchester to move that this House regrets that the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme and Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2016 fail to determine the extent to which the scheme contributes to the United Kingdom’s target that 15 per cent of energy consumption is to come from renewable sources by 2020, and that the accompanying explanatory memorandum fails to provide sufficient information about the instrument’s policy objective and intended implementation (SI 2016/257). 29th Report from the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to move that this House regrets that the Care Quality Commission (Fees) (Reviews and Performance Assessments) Regulations 2016 will significantly increase Care Quality Commission (CQC) fees to National Health Service providers, general practitioners and the care sector in the current financial year, leading to increased budgetary pressure on providers in a period of significantly constrained finances; and calls on Her Majesty’s Government to delay the date by which full cost recovery is to be achieved by the CQC and maintain government support to the CQC for 2016–17 at the 2015–16 level (SI 2016/249). 30th Report from the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

Questions for Short Debate 

Time limit 1 hour or 1½ hours.

Lord Greaves to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the progress and impact of neighbourhood plans. (22 October)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark to ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they are taking to determine whether there is a link between congenital malformations and applications of hormone pregnancy tests. (22 October)

Baroness Afshar to ask Her Majesty’s Government what discussions they have had with the government of Iran concerning the treatment of human rights campaigners in that country, as part of the negotiations on lifting sanctions. (2 November: amended on 3 November)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff to ask Her Majesty’s Government what actions they plan to take to relieve pressure on public services due to the consumption of alcohol. (11 November)

Lord Brabazon of Tara to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will seek an opt-out from provisions relating to e-cigarettes under Article 20 of the Tobacco Products Directive (2014/40/EU), coming into force in May 2016. (17 November)

Lord Wigley to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of the development of British–Argentinian relations during 2015. (24 November)

Lord Patel to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the financial sustainability of the five-year NHS plan. (1 December)

Lord Berkeley of Knighton to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of recent NHS figures showing that 1,036 women and girls were treated for female genital mutilation during the period April to June 2015. (1 December)

Baroness King of Bow to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their current assessment of diversity in the British media. (8 December)

Baroness Greengross to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to encourage people to work longer and be adequately re-trained in later life, as part of their goal to resolve the challenge of skill shortages in certain sectors of the economy. (15 December)

Baroness Hayman to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in supporting Sierra Leone to recover from the effects of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. (21 December)

Lord Norton of Louth to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to ensure that civil servants who advise ministers are knowledgeable as to the role and processes of Parliament and the constitutional relationship between Parliament and the executive. (12 January)

Lord Mitchell to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to improve broadband quality in the United Kingdom. (13 January)

Lord Lingfield to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to improve the educational attainment of boys of all ages at state schools. (19 January)

Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the accountability, diversity and governance of international standard-setting bodies such as the Financial Stability Board and the Basel Committee on Banking Regulation. (19 January)

Lord Marlesford to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the review of the Muslim Brotherhood (HC 679), in particular its implications for the security of the United Kingdom. (20 January)

Baroness Corston to ask Her Majesty’s Government why they plan to close HMP Holloway. (21 January)

Lord Blencathra to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will ask HM Inspectorate of Constabulary to conduct an inquiry into the Metropolitan Police Service’s handling of historical sexual abuse allegations made by the person known as "Nick". (21 January)

Lord Allen of Kensington to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to achieve closer working between Innovate UK, Research Councils UK, the Higher Education Funding Council for England and other UK funding bodies in order to improve UK competitiveness. (25 January)

Lord Dholakia to ask Her Majesty’s Government what actions they are taking to improve the testing, treatment and care of individuals with blood-borne viruses in prisons and secure establishments. (26 January)

Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures they are taking to ensure that those responsible for genocide and crimes against humanity against minorities in Syria and Iraq are brought to justice. (27 January)

Lord Leigh of Hurley to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made on tackling tax avoidance and tax evasion in the United Kingdom. (27 January)

Baroness Donaghy to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to ensure that the needs and circumstances of the self-employed are fully taken into account when developing their policies on taxation, savings, employment and social security. (27 January)

Lord Popat to ask Her Majesty’s Government what impact the implementation of the recommendations of the report of the Select Committee on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises has had on encouraging firms to export (Session 2012–13, HL Paper 131). (27 January)

Baroness Barker to ask Her Majesty’s Government what the National Health Service is doing to meet the needs of lesbian, bisexual and transgender women. (28 January)

Lord Harris of Haringey to ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures they are considering to enhance the independence and effectiveness of Healthwatch England and of local Healthwatch groups. (1 February)

Lord Boateng to ask Her Majesty’s Government what consideration they have given to reinstating the Department for International Development’s country programme in Burundi. (1 February)

Baroness Tonge to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to protect the natural resources of the occupied Palestinian territories. (2 February)

Baroness Randerson to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of trends in the provision of bus services in England and the environmental impact of those trends. (3 February)

Baroness Doocey to ask the Leader of the House what systems are in place to monitor the quality of responses given by government departments to parliamentary written questions. (3 February)

Baroness Morris of Bolton to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they have taken to help achieve social, economic, cultural and political parity for women in the United Kingdom. (4 February)

Lord Willoughby de Broke to ask Her Majesty’s Government why the Rural Payments Agency has failed to make payments to qualifying farmers within the timetable set out by ministers. (8 February)

Lord O’Shaughnessy to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the role of schools in promoting social integration. (8 February)

Baroness Humphreys to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the contribution of bilingualism and multilingualism to the enrichment of communities in the United Kingdom. (8 February)

Baroness McGregor-Smith to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the issues faced by black and minority ethnic people in the workplace in Britain. (9 February)

Baroness Falkner of Margravine to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made regarding the political situation in Turkey. (9 February)

Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the benefits of anaerobic digestion, including its contribution to the United Kingdom economy in general, in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, in enhancing farm resilience, and in improving soil condition. (9 February)

Lord Grantchester to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to reform the Pet Travel Scheme in the light of evidence of abuse. (10 February)

The Earl of Glasgow to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the case for a hub airport in the United Kingdom, and where it should be located. (10 February)

Lord Watson of Invergowrie to ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of their proposal to prevent civil society organisations from objecting to violations of the School Admissions Code, what assessment they have made of the extent to which compliance with that Code is monitored and enforced. (10 February)

Lord Oates to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will provide funding to allow the construction of a memorial to enslaved Africans in Hyde Park. (11 February)

Baroness Hollins to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in tackling the rate of premature deaths among people with a learning disability. (22 February)

Lord Flight to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to support the private rental market to meet the country’s housing needs. (22 February)

Baroness Harris of Richmond to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assistance they are providing to those affected by the recent flooding in the north of England. (22 February)

Baroness Thomas of Winchester to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will take steps to promote the benefits of hydrotherapy for certain long-term progressive conditions, and for rehabilitation after stroke or injury. (22 February)

Baroness Sheehan to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have any plans to make it easier for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children with relatives in the United Kingdom to enter the country. (24 February)

Lord Mawson to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the effectiveness of NHS Property Services in contributing to integrated models of primary health care. (25 February)

Lord Loomba to ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they are taking to ensure that their aid strategy is focused on those countries and regions where needs are greatest. (25 February)

Baroness Cox to ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations they have made to the government of Sudan regarding offences against civilians in Blue Nile and South Kordofan by government forces. (29 February)

Lord Tyler to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they have taken to make data about meetings between ministers and external organisations more consistent, easily accessible and easily searchable; and whether they have plans to make regulations on that subject under section 2(5) of the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act 2014. (29 February)

Lord Young of Cookham to ask Her Majesty’s Government what actions they are taking to reduce the incidence of smoking-related diseases. (1 March)

Baroness Hooper to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their policy towards the Pacific Alliance. (2 March)

Lord Farmer to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to deliver the Life Chances Strategy to transform the lives of the most disadvantaged people in Britain, as outlined by the Prime Minister on 11 January. (2 March)

Lord Hussain to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of the situation in Sudan in the light of the threat posed by Islamic extremists in the surrounding countries. (2 March)

Lord Lester of Herne Hill to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they intend to introduce legislation to give effect to the recommendations made by the report of the Independent Commission on Freedom of Information. (3 March)

Baroness Suttie to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their current political strategy towards Tunisia and what plans they have to develop further economic, security and cultural relations with that country, particularly in the light of the situation in Libya. (3 March)

Lord Hain to ask Her Majesty’s Government what additional steps are being taken to address the proposals in official reports since 2009, and the Stormont House Agreement, on Northern Ireland’s past. (7 March)

Lord Sheikh to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of the United Kingdom’s bilateral relationship with Kazakhstan and its bid to secure a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council. (10 March)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they propose to take to ensure that providers of financial services act at all times under a duty to achieve their customers’ best interests, so as to reduce the need for regulatory intervention, prevent future mis-selling, and speed up culture change in the financial sector. (11 March)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will review the extent to which the Competition and Markets Authority, in meeting its objective of promoting competition, is doing so "for the benefit of consumers", as required in section 25(3) of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013. (11 March)

Lord Purvis of Tweed to ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they are taking to improve the nutrition of women and children in developing countries. (15 March)

Baroness Hooper to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the relationship between the British Overseas Territories and the European Union. (15 March)

Lord Kerslake to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to improve the quality and provision of care to those with dementia living at home. (16 March)

Lord Bilimoria to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the contribution of chartered institutes to the United Kingdom’s economy and competitiveness. (17 March)

Lord Hunt of Chesterton to ask the Chairman of Committees what plans the House has to provide newly appointed peers with training about the legislative process and how best to hold the Government to account; and whether such plans could include refresher courses for longer-standing peers. (21 March)

Lord Colwyn to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will consider leaving out activity targets when developing the new dental contract. (14 April)

Viscount Waverley to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made with the Exporting is Great and the Overseas Business Network initiatives. (18 April)

Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their assessment of the prospect of saving lives through better and specialist stroke acute care services. (18 April)

Baroness Gould of Potternewton to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples. (20 April)

Lord Lucas to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the case for a new generation of polytechnics to address the technical skills gap. (20 April)

Questions for Written Answer 

Tabled on 20 April and due for answer by 5 May.

Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations they have made to the government of China about (1) reports of a pastor’s wife who was buried alive during the demolition of a church in Henan Province; (2) the demolition of churches, and the imprisonment and detention of religious leaders; and (3) the disappearance of several Catholic priests in Hebei Province. 
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Lord Bradley to ask Her Majesty’s Government which universities provide specific courses for learning disability nurses, and how many places on such courses were available at each university in each of the last five years.   HL7788

Lord Falconer of Thoroton to ask Her Majesty’s Government what budget has been allocated to the Criminal Cases Review Commission in each year since its creation.   HL7789

Lord Falconer of Thoroton to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many applications the Criminal Cases Review Commission has received in each year since its creation.   HL7790

Lord Falconer of Thoroton to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many applications the Criminal Cases Review Commission has received since its creation that subsequently succeeded on appeal.   HL7791

Lord Hylton to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will make an urgent appeal to HM the King of Bahrain for clemency in the cases of Mr Mohamed Ramadan and Mr Hussein Ali Musa.   HL7792

Lord Hylton to ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations they are making to the government of Turkey about the recently reported killings by Turkish forces of Syrians, including women and children, attempting to flee into Turkey; whether they will call for compensation to be paid to survivors in those families; and what assessment they have made of whether those killings undermine the principles of the EU’s agreement with Turkey about refugees and migrants.   HL7793

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will now update the benefit-cost ratios for both Phase 1 of HS2 and the complete project to allow for: (1) extra costs arising from the mitigation and compensation that has already been agreed or should be allowed for as a contingency to cover recommendations of the House of Commons High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Select Committee and other Parliamentary committees or official bodies, and negotiations between the Government and affected parties; (2) any extra expenditure required to strengthen the track in order to run trains at the proposed speed, in the light of the research conducted by Professor Peter Woodward; (3) any other costs extra to those allowed for in previous benefit-cost ratio calculations; (4) revised estimates of benefits; and (5) delays in construction and the start of operations not anticipated in previous benefit-cost ratio calculations.   HL7794

Lord Roberts of Llandudno to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether it is their intention that the 20,000 refugees being brought to the UK before 2020 will be housed in local authority accommodation or hosted by British families.   HL7795

Lord Roberts of Llandudno to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the process of resettling 20,000 refugees by 2020 fulfils the criteria of the UNHCR Integration Programme outlined in its 2013 report The Integration of Resettled Refugees, including provisions for pre-departure information, initial reception, orientation and documentation, social support, employment support, language training, education, healthcare, housing and income support.   HL7796

Lord Roberts of Llandudno to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the estimated cost of providing accommodation for the 20,000 refugees to be resettled in the UK before 2020.   HL7797

Lord Roberts of Llandudno to ask Her Majesty’s Government what consultation process took place with local authorities in preparation for their policy of bringing 20,000 refugees to the UK by 2020. 
   HL7798

Lord Taylor of Warwick to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to prevent any fall in the amount of foreign direct investment if the UK were to vote to leave the EU.   HL7799

Lord Taylor of Warwick to ask Her Majesty’s Government what response they have made to the NUT motion rejecting the Prevent strategy and suggesting that it causes "suspicion in the classroom". 
   HL7800

Lord Taylor of Warwick to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of whether the police and technology firms are taking adequate steps to tackle online abuse.   HL7801

Lord West of Spithead to ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Earl Howe on 19 April (HL7565), whether, in the event of chartering suitable merchant ships from the commercial market, those ships would be manned by British merchant seamen as was the case in the Falklands conflict in 1982.   HL7802

Lord West of Spithead to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the three planned solid support ships for the Royal Fleet Auxiliary will be built in UK shipyards in order to form part of the regular drumbeat of orders required to maintain the strategic capability of a viable UK shipbuilding industry being identified by Sir John Parker in his national shipbuilding strategy.   HL7803

Lord West of Spithead to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the three planned solid support ships for the Royal Fleet Auxiliary will be built of British steel.   HL7804

Lord West of Spithead to ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the planned life of the new T26 frigates.   HL7805

Baroness Wheeler to ask Her Majesty’s Government what funding was allocated by the Department of Health to the Act FAST campaign in 2014–15 and 2015–16.   HL7806

Baroness Wheeler to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the number of lives saved as a result of measures in the National Stroke Strategy.   HL7807

The Earl of Clancarty to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether grants administered by the Arts Council will be exempted from new Cabinet Office guidelines that no government grants may be used to lobby.   HL7808

Lord Myners to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of whether the proposed cross-margining between LCH Clearnet and Euronext, consequent on the takeover of the London Stock Exchange by Deutsche Bourse, will constitute a mechanism for transmitting financial risk; and whether they plan to take any action to limit the likelihood of any increased systemic risk that might result.   HL7809

Baroness Redfern to ask Her Majesty’s Government what was the manufacturing output in the UK in the last 12 months for which figures are available.   HL7810

Baroness Redfern to ask Her Majesty’s Government how many post-surgery follow-up appointments were missed by patients in the last 12 months for which figures are available.   HL7811

Baroness Redfern to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the impact of private finance initiatives on NHS hospitals’ budgets in the last 12 months for which figures are available.   HL7812

Lord Steel of Aikwood to ask the Chairman of Committees what fees were paid, if any, to Electoral Reform Services for conducting each of the last four Hereditary Peers By-elections.   HL7813

Lord Campbell of Pittenweem to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress they have made in the development of the Royal Navy’s next generation Type 26 Global Combat Ship.   HL7814

Lord Campbell of Pittenweem to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress they have made in the development of the Ajax-tracked reconnaissance vehicle as part of the Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme.   HL7815

Questions unanswered after 10 working days 

21 March (6 April)

HL7250 Lord Hunt of Chesterton [CO]

HL7262 Lord Ahmed [HO]

22 March (7 April)

HL7278 Baroness Jowell [HO]

Number of questions allocated to each department which are unanswered after 10 working days.

[CO] 1

[HO] 2

       

Bills in Progress 

 

Type of Bill

To be considered

Waiting for Second Reading

   

Chancel Repairs [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Assisted Dying [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Conscientious Objection (Medical Activities) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

European Union Citizens (Electoral Rights) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Divorce (Financial Provision) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Cohabitation Rights [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Referendums (Local Authority Governance) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

European Union (Information, etc.) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Medical Innovation [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Welfare of Cats (Breeding and Sale) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Armed Forces Deployment (Royal Prerogative) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Automatic Electoral Registration [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Referendums (Franchise) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Right to Die at Home [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Polling Day (Saturday) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Veterinary Nurses (Protection of Title) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Welfare of Women (Fertility Treatments) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Carers (Leave Entitlement) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Duchy of Cornwall [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Bat Habitats Regulation [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Rehabilitation of Offenders (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Student Fees (Qualifying Persons) (England) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Equality Act 2010 (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

International Development (Population Dynamics) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Regulation of Health and Social Care Professions Etc. [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Bread and Flour Regulations (Folic Acid) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Natural Environment [HL]

Private Member’s

 

House of Commons Members’ Fund

Private Member’s

22 April

Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Committed to an Unopposed Bill Committee

   

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Charity [HL]

Private

 

Faversham Oyster Fishery Company [HL]

Private

 

New Southgate Cemetery [HL]

Private

 

Committed to a Select Committee

   

High Speed Rail (London–West Midlands)

Government

 

Committed to a Committee of the Whole House

   

Council Tax Valuation Bands [HL]

Private Member’s

22 April

Property Boundaries (Resolution of Disputes) [HL] (Queen’s and Prince of Wales’s Consents to be signified)

Private Member’s

 

Succession to Peerages [HL] (Queen’s Consent to be signified)

Private Member’s

 

Advertising of Prostitution (Prohibition) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Mesothelioma (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Planning (Subterranean Development) [HL] (Queen’s Consent to be signified)

Private Member’s

 

Direct Planning (Pilot) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Age of Criminal Responsibility [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Public Advocate [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Gambling (Categorisation and Use of B2 Gaming Machines) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Driving Instructors (Registration)

Private Member’s

26 April

Northern Ireland (Stormont Agreement and Implementation Plan)

Government

21 April

Waiting for Report

   

Online Safety [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Constitutional Convention [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Armed Forces (Scottish Legislative Consent Motion passed)

Government

27 April

Criminal Cases Review Commission (Information)

Private Member’s

22 April

Road Traffic Act 1988 (Alcohol Limits) (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

22 April

Housing and Planning (Welsh and Northern Irish Legislative Consent Motions passed, Welsh Legislative Consent Motion rejected)

Government

25 April

Waiting for Third Reading

   

Airports Act 1986 (Amendment) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Trade Union (Welsh Legislative Consent Motion rejected)

Government

25 April

Sent to the Commons

   

Accessible Sports Grounds [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Regulation of Political Opinion Polling [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Access to Palliative Care [HL]

Private Member’s

 

Returned to the Commons with Amendments

   

Immigration (Welsh Legislative Consent Motions passed)

Government

 

Waiting for Consideration of Commons Amendments

   

Bank of England and Financial Services [HL]

Government

 

Transport for London [HL]

Private

 

Waiting for Consideration of Commons Reason

   

Energy [HL]

Government

26 April

Waiting for Royal Assent

   

Enterprise [HL] (Welsh and Scottish Legislative Consent Motions passed, Northern Irish Legislative Consent Motion rejected)

Government

 

Affirmative Instruments in Progress 

The Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee has drawn attention to certain instruments in the reports indicated

 

Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

To be considered

Waiting for consideration by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments

   

Draft Access to Justice Act 1999 (Destination of Appeals) (Family Proceedings) (Amendment) Order 2016

   

Draft Pubs Code etc. Regulations 2016

   

Draft Pubs Code (Fees, Costs and Financial Penalties) Regulations 2016

   

Referred to a Grand Committee and Waiting for Affirmative Resolution

   

Draft Nuclear Installations (Liability for Damage) Order 2016

 

27 April

Draft Limited Liability Partnerships, Partnerships and Groups (Accounts and Audit) Regulations 2016

 

27 April

Draft Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Code of Practice) Regulations 2016

 

27 April

Draft Immigration (Leave to Enter and Remain) (Amendment) Order 2016

 

27 April

Draft Crown Court (Recording) Order 2016

 

27 April

Draft Education (Repeal of Arrangements for Vocational Qualifications Awarded or Authenticated in Northern Ireland) Order 2016

 

27 April

Waiting for Affirmative Resolution

   

Draft Hunting Act 2004 (Exempt Hunting) (Amendment) Order 2015

7th Report

 

Draft Building Societies (Floating Charges and Other Provisions) Order 2016 (20th Report from the JCSI)

   

Draft Licensing Act 2003 (Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday Licensing Hours) Order 2016

   

Draft Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2016

   

Negative Instruments 

Instruments reported by the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

 

Praying time expires

To be considered

24th Report

   

National Health Service (Mandate Requirements) Regulations 2016

16 March

 

   

29th Report

   

Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme and Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2016

28 April

 

   

30th Report

   

Care Quality Commission (Fees) (Reviews and Performance Assessments) Regulations 2016

25 April

 

Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) (Amendment) Order 2016

6 May

 

   

31st Report

   

Criminal Justice Act 2003 (Surcharge) (Amendment) Order 2016

13 May

 

Social Housing Rents (Exceptions and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2016

13 May

 

   

Instrument not reported by the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

   

National Health Service Trust Development Authority (Directions and Miscellaneous Amendments etc.) Regulations 2016

25 April

 

Retirements 

The following members of the House have given notice of their intention to retire.

 

Date of retirement

 

Lord Cameron of Lochbroom

21 April

 

Lord Inge

25 April

 

Baroness Perry of Southwark

26 May

 

Committees 

Unless otherwise indicated, Committees meet in the Lords’ rooms in the Committee Corridor as indicated in the daily broadsheet. Only the next meeting of each Committee is listed below. Further details of these meetings, and of planned further meetings, may be found in the House of Lords Committees Weekly Bulletin.

Thursday 21 April

   

European Union

External Affairs Sub-Committee

10.00am

European Union

Internal Market Sub-Committee

10.00am

Monday 25 April

   

Audit

Domestic Committee

4.00pm

Palace of Westminster

Joint Committee

4.00pm

Tuesday 26 April

   

Science and Technology

Select Committee

10.30am

European Union

Justice Sub-Committee

10.30am

Communications

Select Committee

3.15pm

Economic Affairs

Select Committee

3.30pm

Secondary Legislation Scrutiny

Select Committee

3.45pm

European Union

Select Committee

4.00pm

Refreshment

Domestic Committee

4.10pm

Wednesday 27 April

   

European Union

Financial Affairs Sub-Committee

10.00am

Constitution

Select Committee

10.15am

European Union

Energy and Environment Sub-Committee

10.30am

Human Rights

Joint Committee

3.15pm

Statutory Instruments

Joint Committee

3.45pm

Thursday 28 April

   

Administration and Works

Domestic Committee

12 noon

Wednesday 4 May

   

Works of Art

Domestic Committee

4.15pm
in Committee Room G

Minutes of Proceedings of Wednesday 20 April 2016 

The House met at 3.00pm.

Prayers were read by the Lord Bishop of Peterborough.

Select Committee Report

1 Statutory Instruments  
The following Report from the Joint Committee was made and ordered to be printed:

23rd Report on certain statutory instruments, including the following affirmative instruments: 
Draft Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2016
Draft Licensing Act 2003 (Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday Licensing Hours) Order 2016.  (HL Paper 136)

Public Business

2 Council tax: social care precept A question was asked by Baroness Barker and answered by Viscount Younger of Leckie.

3 Scotland Act 2016 A question was asked by Lord Steel of Aikwood and answered by Lord Dunlop.

4 Companies: Overseas Territories Registration A question was asked by Lord Wallace of Saltaire and answered by Baroness Anelay of St Johns.

5 Strathclyde Review A question was asked by Lord Tyler and answered by Baroness Stowell of Beeston.

6 Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [HL] The bill was returned from the Commons agreed to with amendments and a privilege amendment. It was ordered that the Commons amendments be printed. (HL Bill 113)

7 Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [HL] The Explanatory Notes on the Commons amendments were ordered to be printed. (HL Bill 113-EN)

8 Energy Bill [HL] The bill was returned from the Commons with a reason. It was ordered that the Commons reason be printed. (HL Bill 114)

9 Border Force budget 2016–17 Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon repeated as a ministerial statement the answer given to an Urgent Question in the House of Commons.

10 Housing and Planning Bill The report stage was continued, beginning with amendment 98. Amendments 99ZA, 99A to 99D, 102ZA (see division 1), 102A, 102B, 102C (see division 2), 103 to 106 and 107ZA to 107ZD were agreed to. The report stage was adjourned.

11 Horserace Betting Right A question was asked by Viscount Astor and, after debate, answered by Baroness Neville-Rolfe.

The House adjourned. The House resumed.

12 Housing and Planning Bill The report stage was continued, beginning with amendment 107ZE. Amendment 107B was agreed to. Amendments 108, 116BA and 116C were disagreed to (see divisions 3 to 5). The report stage was adjourned after amendment 117A.

The House adjourned at 11.09pm until Thursday 21 April at 11.00am.

David Beamish

Clerk of the Parliaments

Papers 

All statutory instruments laid before the House are accompanied by an Explanatory Memorandum presented by command of Her Majesty, unless otherwise indicated.

Command Papers

The following papers were presented to the House by command of Her Majesty:

1 Crime-Treaty between the United Kingdom and Kazakhstan on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters.    (9256)

2 Contingent Liability-Minute from the Cabinet Office concerning a contingent liability arising from the Indemnity for Police Area Returning Officers and Local Returning Officers at the 2016 Police and Crime Commissioner elections.    (-)

3 Explanatory Memorandum (Revised)-Replacement Explanatory Memorandum to the Draft Immigration (Leave to Enter and Remain) (Amendment) Order 2016. (15 March)   (-)

Negative Instrument

The following instrument was laid before the House:

Approval of Code of Management Practice (Private Retirement Housing) (England) Order 2016, laid under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.    (505)

Divisions on 20 April 2016 

Housing and Planning Bill

Division No. 1

Baroness Parminter moved amendment 102ZA, after clause 128, to insert the new clause Neighbourhood right of appeal. The House divided:

Contents 251

Not-contents 194

Contents

Aberdare, L.

Addington, L.

Ahmed, L.

Allen of Kensington, L.

Alton of Liverpool, L.

Andrews, B.

Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, L.

Bakewell, B.

Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, B.

Barker, B.

Bassam of Brighton, L.

Beecham, L.

Beith, L.

Benjamin, B.

Berkeley of Knighton, L.

Best, L.

Billingham, B.

Blackstone, B.

Blunkett, L.

Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, B.

Bowles of Berkhamsted, B.

Bradley, L.

Bradshaw, L.

Bragg, L.

Brinton, B.

Brooke of Alverthorpe, L.

Brookman, L.

Brown of Cambridge, B.

Burnett, L.

Burt of Solihull, B.

Campbell of Pittenweem, L.

Campbell of Surbiton, B.

Campbell-Savours, L.

Carlile of Berriew, L.

Cashman, L.

Chandos, V.

Christopher, L.

Clancarty, E.

Clark of Windermere, L.

Clarke of Hampstead, L.

Clement-Jones, L.

Collins of Highbury, L.

Colville of Culross, V.

Corston, B.

Cotter, L.

Craigavon, V.

Crawley, B.

Darling of Roulanish, L.

Davies of Oldham, L.

Davies of Stamford, L.

Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde, B.

Deech, B.

Desai, L.

Dholakia, L.

Donaghy, B.

Donoughue, L.

Doocey, B.

Drake, B.

Dubs, L.

Elder, L.

Elystan-Morgan, L.

Falkland, V.

Falkner of Margravine, B.

Farrington of Ribbleton, B.

Faulkner of Worcester, L.

Featherstone, B.

Ford, B.

Foster of Bath, L.

Foster of Bishop Auckland, L.

Freyberg, L.

Gale, B.

Garden of Frognal, B.

German, L.

Gibson of Market Rasen, B.

Giddens, L.

Glasgow, E.

Goddard of Stockport, L.

Golding, B.

Gordon of Strathblane, L.

Goudie, B.

Gould of Potternewton, B.

Grender, B.

Grey-Thompson, B.

Griffiths of Burry Port, L.

Grocott, L.

Hain, L.

Hanworth, V.

Harries of Pentregarth, L.

Harris of Haringey, L.

Harris of Richmond, B.

Harrison, L.

Hart of Chilton, L.

Haskel, L.

Haworth, L.

Hayter of Kentish Town, B.

Healy of Primrose Hill, B.

Henig, B.

Hilton of Eggardon, B.

Hollick, L.

Hollis of Heigham, B.

Howarth of Newport, L.

Howells of St Davids, B.

Hoyle, L.

Hughes of Woodside, L.

Hunt of Chesterton, L.

Hunt of Kings Heath, L.

Hussain, L.

Hussein-Ece, B.

Irvine of Lairg, L.

Jay of Paddington, B.

Jolly, B.

Jones, L.

Jones of Cheltenham, L.

Jones of Whitchurch, B.

Judge, L.

Kennedy of Southwark, L.

Kerslake, L.

King of Bow, B.

Kinnock, L.

Kinnock of Holyhead, B.

Kinnoull, E.

Kirkhill, L.

Kirkwood of Kirkhope, L.

Kramer, B.

Layard, L.

Lea of Crondall, L.

Lester of Herne Hill, L.

Liddell of Coatdyke, B.

Lipsey, L.

Lister of Burtersett, B.

Listowel, E.

Loomba, L.

Low of Dalston, L.

Ludford, B.

Lytton, E.

McAvoy, L.

McDonagh, B.

Macdonald of Tradeston, L.

McFall of Alcluith, L.

MacKenzie of Culkein, L.

McKenzie of Luton, L.

Maclennan of Rogart, L.

McNally, L.

Maddock, B. [Teller]

Mallalieu, B.

Mandelson, L.

Manzoor, B.

Marks of Henley-on-Thames, L.

Masham of Ilton, B.

Maxton, L.

Mendelsohn, L.

Monks, L.

Moonie, L.

Morgan of Huyton, B.

Morris of Aberavon, L.

Morris of Handsworth, L.

Morris of Yardley, B.

Murphy of Torfaen, L.

Newby, L. [Teller]

Northover, B.

Nye, B.

Oates, L.

O’Neill of Clackmannan, L.

Paddick, L.

Palmer of Childs Hill, L.

Parekh, L.

Parminter, B.

Pendry, L.

Pitkeathley, B.

Ponsonby of Shulbrede, L.

Prescott, L.

Primarolo, B.

Prosser, B.

Puttnam, L.

Quin, B.

Quirk, L.

Radice, L.

Randerson, B.

Razzall, L.

Rea, L.

Rebuck, B.

Rees of Ludlow, L.

Reid of Cardowan, L.

Rennard, L.

Richard, L.

Rodgers of Quarry Bank, L.

Rooker, L.

Rosser, L.

Rowe-Beddoe, L.

Rowlands, L.

Royall of Blaisdon, B.

Sandwich, E.

Sawyer, L.

Scriven, L.

Sharkey, L.

Sharp of Guildford, B.

Sheehan, B.

Sherlock, B.

Shipley, L.

Shutt of Greetland, L.

Simon, V.

Smith of Basildon, B.

Smith of Gilmorehill, B.

Smith of Newnham, B.

Snape, L.

Soley, L.

Steel of Aikwood, L.

Stevenson of Balmacara, L.

Stoddart of Swindon, L.

Strasburger, L.

Stunell, L.

Suttie, B.

Symons of Vernham Dean, B.

Taverne, L.

Taylor of Blackburn, L.

Taylor of Bolton, B.

Temple-Morris, L.

Teverson, L.

Thomas of Gresford, L.

Thomas of Winchester, B.

Thornhill, B.

Thornton, B.

Tomlinson, L.

Tonge, B.

Tope, L.

Touhig, L.

Triesman, L.

Truscott, L.

Tunnicliffe, L.

Tyler, L.

Tyler of Enfield, B.

Uddin, B.

Wall of New Barnet, B.

Wallace of Saltaire, L.

Wallace of Tankerness, L.

Walmsley, B.

Walpole, L.

Watson of Invergowrie, L.

Watson of Richmond, L.

West of Spithead, L.

Wheeler, B.

Whitaker, B.

Whitty, L.

Wigley, L.

Williams of Elvel, L.

Willis of Knaresborough, L.

Wills, L.

Woolmer of Leeds, L.

Worthington, B.

Young of Norwood Green, L.

Young of Old Scone, B.

Not-contents

Ahmad of Wimbledon, L.

Altmann, B.

Anelay of St Johns, B.

Arbuthnot of Edrom, L.

Armstrong of Ilminster, L.

Ashton of Hyde, L.

Astor of Hever, L.

Attlee, E.

Baker of Dorking, L.

Barker of Battle, L.

Berridge, B.

Bilimoria, L.

Borwick, L.

Bottomley of Nettlestone, B.

Bourne of Aberystwyth, L.

Bowness, L.

Brabazon of Tara, L.

Bridgeman, V.

Bridges of Headley, L.

Brougham and Vaux, L.

Browne of Belmont, L.

Browning, B.

Buscombe, B.

Caithness, E.

Callanan, L.

Carrington of Fulham, L.

Cathcart, E.

Cavendish of Furness, L.

Chadlington, L.

Chisholm of Owlpen, B.

Colwyn, L.

Cooper of Windrush, L.

Cope of Berkeley, L.

Cormack, L.

Courtown, E.

Cox, B.

Craig of Radley, L.

Crathorne, L.

Cromwell, L.

Deben, L.

Denham, L.

Dixon-Smith, L.

Dobbs, L.

Dunlop, L.

Eaton, B.

Eccles, V.

Elton, L.

Empey, L.

Evans of Bowes Park, B.

Fairfax of Cameron, L.

Fall, B.

Farmer, L.

Faulks, L.

Fellowes of West Stafford, L.

Fink, L.

Finkelstein, L.

Flight, L.

Fookes, B.

Forsyth of Drumlean, L.

Fowler, L.

Framlingham, L.

Freeman, L.

Freud, L.

Gardiner of Kimble, L. [Teller]

Geddes, L.

Gilbert of Panteg, L.

Glenarthur, L.

Glendonbrook, L.

Gold, L.

Goldie, B.

Goodlad, L.

Green of Hurstpierpoint, L.

Greenway, L.

Griffiths of Fforestfach, L.

Hague of Richmond, L.

Hamilton of Epsom, L.

Harris of Peckham, L.

Hayward, L.

Heyhoe Flint, B.

Higgins, L.

Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, L.

Holmes of Richmond, L.

Home, E.

Hooper, B.

Horam, L.

Howe, E.

Howell of Guildford, L.

Hunt of Wirral, L.

Inglewood, L.

James of Blackheath, L.

Jenkin of Kennington, B.

Jopling, L.

Kakkar, L.

Kerr of Kinlochard, L.

Kilclooney, L.

King of Bridgwater, L.

Kirkham, L.

Lang of Monkton, L.

Lansley, L.

Leigh of Hurley, L.

Lexden, L.

Lindsay, E.

Lingfield, L.

Liverpool, E.

Lothian, M.

Lucas, L.

Lupton, L.

Lyell, L.

McColl of Dulwich, L.

Macfarlane of Bearsden, L.

MacGregor of Pulham Market, L.

McGregor-Smith, B.

McIntosh of Pickering, B.

Mackay of Clashfern, L.

Magan of Castletown, L.

Marland, L.

Maude of Horsham, L.

Mawson, L.

Morris of Bolton, B.

Moynihan, L.

Naseby, L.

Nash, L.

Neville-Jones, B.

Neville-Rolfe, B.

Newlove, B.

Noakes, B.

Northbrook, L.

Norton of Louth, L.

O’Cathain, B.

O’Neill of Gatley, L.

Oppenheim-Barnes, B.

O’Shaughnessy, L.

Palmer, L.

Pannick, L.

Patel, L.

Patten of Barnes, L.

Perry of Southwark, B.

Pidding, B.

Polak, L.

Popat, L.

Porter of Spalding, L.

Powell of Bayswater, L.

Price, L.

Prior of Brampton, L.

Redfern, B.

Ribeiro, L.

Risby, L.

Robathan, L.

Rock, B.

Rogan, L.

Ryder of Wensum, L.

Saatchi, L.

Scott of Bybrook, B.

Seccombe, B.

Selborne, E.

Selkirk of Douglas, L.

Selsdon, L.

Shackleton of Belgravia, B.

Sheikh, L.

Shephard of Northwold, B.

Sherbourne of Didsbury, L.

Shinkwin, L.

Shrewsbury, E.

Skelmersdale, L.

Smith of Hindhead, L.

Somerset, D.

Spicer, L.

Stedman-Scott, B.

Stirrup, L.

Stowell of Beeston, B.

Strathclyde, L.

Suri, L.

Sutherland of Houndwood, L.

Taylor of Holbeach, L. [Teller]

Taylor of Warwick, L.

Tebbit, L.

Trees, L.

Trefgarne, L.

Trenchard, V.

Trimble, L.

True, L.

Tugendhat, L.

Verma, B.

Wakeham, L.

Warsi, B.

Wasserman, L.

Wei, L.

Wellington, D.

Wheatcroft, B.

Whitby, L.

Wilcox, B.

Williams of Trafford, B.

Young of Cookham, L.

Younger of Leckie, V.

Housing and Planning Bill

Division No. 2

Lord Beecham moved amendment 102C, in clause 136, page 67, line 6, after "for" to insert "housing led". The House divided:

Contents 213

Not-contents 171

Contents

Adams of Craigielea, B.

Addington, L.

Adonis, L.

Ahmed, L.

Allen of Kensington, L.

Alton of Liverpool, L.

Andrews, B.

Armstrong of Ilminster, L.

Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, L.

Bakewell, B.

Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, B.

Barker, B.

Bassam of Brighton, L. [Teller]

Beecham, L.

Beith, L.

Berkeley, L.

Berkeley of Knighton, L.

Best, L.

Billingham, B.

Blackstone, B.

Blunkett, L.

Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, B.

Bowles of Berkhamsted, B.

Bradley, L.

Bradshaw, L.

Bragg, L.

Brinton, B.

Brookman, L.

Burnett, L.

Burt of Solihull, B.

Campbell of Pittenweem, L.

Campbell-Savours, L.

Cashman, L.

Chandos, V.

Clancarty, E.

Clark of Windermere, L.

Clarke of Hampstead, L.

Collins of Highbury, L.

Corston, B.

Cotter, L.

Cox, B.

Crawley, B.

Davies of Oldham, L.

Davies of Stamford, L.

Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde, B.

Dholakia, L.

Donaghy, B.

Donoughue, L.

Doocey, B.

Drake, B.

Dubs, L.

Elder, L.

Elystan-Morgan, L.

Falkland, V.

Falkner of Margravine, B.

Farrington of Ribbleton, B.

Faulkner of Worcester, L.

Featherstone, B.

Foster of Bath, L.

Foster of Bishop Auckland, L.

Gale, B.

German, L.

Giddens, L.

Glasgow, E.

Goddard of Stockport, L.

Golding, B.

Gordon of Strathblane, L.

Goudie, B.

Gould of Potternewton, B.

Grantchester, L.

Grender, B.

Grocott, L.

Hain, L.

Hanworth, V.

Harris of Haringey, L.

Harrison, L.

Hart of Chilton, L.

Haskel, L.

Haworth, L.

Hayter of Kentish Town, B.

Healy of Primrose Hill, B.

Henig, B.

Hilton of Eggardon, B.

Hollis of Heigham, B.

Howarth of Newport, L.

Howells of St Davids, B.

Hoyle, L.

Hughes of Woodside, L.

Hunt of Kings Heath, L.

Hussain, L.

Hussein-Ece, B.

Irvine of Lairg, L.

Jolly, B.

Jones, L.

Jones of Cheltenham, L.

Jones of Whitchurch, B.

Judd, L.

Kakkar, L.

Kennedy of Southwark, L.

Kerslake, L.

King of Bow, B.

Kinnock, L.

Kinnock of Holyhead, B.

Kirkhill, L.

Kirkwood of Kirkhope, L.

Kramer, B.

Layard, L.

Lea of Crondall, L.

Liddell of Coatdyke, B.

Lipsey, L.

Lister of Burtersett, B.

Listowel, E.

Lisvane, L.

Livermore, L.

Low of Dalston, L.

Ludford, B.

McAvoy, L.

Macdonald of Tradeston, L.

MacKenzie of Culkein, L.

McKenzie of Luton, L.

Maclennan of Rogart, L.

Maddock, B.

Mallalieu, B.

Marks of Henley-on-Thames, L.

Maxton, L.

Mendelsohn, L.

Moonie, L.

Morris of Handsworth, L.

Morris of Yardley, B.

Murphy of Torfaen, L.

Newby, L.

Northover, B.

Nye, B.

O’Neill of Clackmannan, L.

Paddick, L.

Palmer of Childs Hill, L.

Pannick, L.

Parminter, B.

Patel, L.

Pendry, L.

Pitkeathley, B.

Ponsonby of Shulbrede, L.

Primarolo, B.

Quin, B.

Quirk, L.

Radice, L.

Randerson, B.

Razzall, L.

Rea, L.

Rebuck, B.

Reid of Cardowan, L.

Rennard, L.

Richard, L.

Rodgers of Quarry Bank, L.

Rooker, L.

Rosser, L.

Rowlands, L.

Royall of Blaisdon, B.

Sawyer, L.

Scriven, L.

Sharkey, L.

Sharp of Guildford, B.

Sheehan, B.

Sherlock, B.

Shipley, L.

Shutt of Greetland, L.

Simon, V.

Smith of Basildon, B.

Smith of Gilmorehill, B.

Smith of Newnham, B.

Snape, L.

Soley, L.

Somerset, D.

Steel of Aikwood, L.

Stevenson of Balmacara, L.

Stoddart of Swindon, L.

Stone of Blackheath, L.

Storey, L.

Strasburger, L.

Stunell, L.

Suttie, B.

Symons of Vernham Dean, B.

Taylor of Bolton, B.

Temple-Morris, L.

Teverson, L.

Thomas of Gresford, L.

Thomas of Winchester, B.

Thornton, B.

Tomlinson, L.

Tonge, B.

Tope, L.

Touhig, L.

Tunnicliffe, L. [Teller]

Tyler of Enfield, B.

Uddin, B.

Wall of New Barnet, B.

Wallace of Tankerness, L.

Walmsley, B.

Walpole, L.

Warwick of Undercliffe, B.

Watson of Invergowrie, L.

Watts, L.

West of Spithead, L.

Wheeler, B.

Whitaker, B.

Whitty, L.

Wigley, L.

Williams of Elvel, L.

Willis of Knaresborough, L.

Wills, L.

Woolmer of Leeds, L.

Worthington, B.

Young of Old Scone, B.

Not-contents

Aberdare, L.

Ahmad of Wimbledon, L.

Altmann, B.

Anelay of St Johns, B.

Arbuthnot of Edrom, L.

Ashton of Hyde, L. [Teller]

Astor of Hever, L.

Attlee, E.

Barker of Battle, L.

Berridge, B.

Borwick, L.

Bottomley of Nettlestone, B.

Bourne of Aberystwyth, L.

Bowness, L.

Brabazon of Tara, L.

Bridgeman, V.

Bridges of Headley, L.

Brougham and Vaux, L.

Browne of Belmont, L.

Browning, B.

Buscombe, B.

Caithness, E.

Carrington of Fulham, L.

Cathcart, E.

Cavendish of Furness, L.

Chadlington, L.

Chisholm of Owlpen, B.

Colwyn, L.

Cope of Berkeley, L.

Cormack, L.

Courtown, E.

Craigavon, V.

Crathorne, L.

Denham, L.

Dixon-Smith, L.

Dobbs, L.

Dunlop, L.

Eaton, B.

Eccles, V.

Elton, L.

Empey, L.

Evans of Bowes Park, B.

Fairfax of Cameron, L.

Fall, B.

Farmer, L.

Faulks, L.

Fellowes of West Stafford, L.

Fink, L.

Fookes, B.

Forsyth of Drumlean, L.

Fowler, L.

Framlingham, L.

Freeman, L.

Freud, L.

Geddes, L.

Gilbert of Panteg, L.

Glenarthur, L.

Glendonbrook, L.

Gold, L.

Goldie, B.

Goodlad, L.

Green of Hurstpierpoint, L.

Greenway, L.

Hague of Richmond, L.

Hamilton of Epsom, L.

Harris of Peckham, L.

Hayward, L.

Heyhoe Flint, B.

Higgins, L.

Hodgson of Abinger, B.

Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, L.

Holmes of Richmond, L.

Home, E.

Horam, L.

Howard of Rising, L.

Howell of Guildford, L.

Hunt of Wirral, L.

Inglewood, L.

James of Blackheath, L.

Jenkin of Kennington, B.

Jopling, L.

Keen of Elie, L.

Kerr of Kinlochard, L.

Kilclooney, L.

King of Bridgwater, L.

Kirkham, L.

Lang of Monkton, L.

Lansley, L.

Leigh of Hurley, L.

Lexden, L.

Lingfield, L.

Liverpool, E.

Lucas, L.

Lupton, L.

Lyell, L.

Lytton, E.

McColl of Dulwich, L.

MacGregor of Pulham Market, L.

McGregor-Smith, B.

McIntosh of Pickering, B.

Mackay of Clashfern, L.

Magan of Castletown, L.

Mancroft, L.

Marland, L.

Marlesford, L.

Mawson, L.

Mone, B.

Morris of Bolton, B.

Moynihan, L.

Nash, L.

Neville-Jones, B.

Neville-Rolfe, B.

Newlove, B.

Noakes, B.

Northbrook, L.

Norton of Louth, L.

O’Cathain, B.

O’Neill of Gatley, L.

Oppenheim-Barnes, B.

O’Shaughnessy, L.

Palmer, L.

Patten of Barnes, L.

Perry of Southwark, B.

Pidding, B.

Popat, L.

Porter of Spalding, L.

Price, L.

Prior of Brampton, L.

Redfern, B.

Ribeiro, L.

Risby, L.

Robathan, L.

Rock, B.

Rogan, L.

Ryder of Wensum, L.

Scott of Bybrook, B.

Seccombe, B.

Selborne, E.

Selkirk of Douglas, L.

Selsdon, L.

Shackleton of Belgravia, B.

Sharples, B.

Shephard of Northwold, B.

Sherbourne of Didsbury, L.

Shinkwin, L.

Shrewsbury, E.

Skelmersdale, L.

Smith of Hindhead, L.

Spicer, L.

Stedman-Scott, B.

Stowell of Beeston, B.

Strathclyde, L.

Suri, L.

Taylor of Holbeach, L. [Teller]

Taylor of Warwick, L.

Tebbit, L.

Trees, L.

Trefgarne, L.

Trenchard, V.

Trimble, L.

True, L.

Tugendhat, L.

Verma, B.

Wakeham, L.

Warsi, B.

Wasserman, L.

Whitby, L.

Wilcox, B.

Williams of Trafford, B.

Young of Cookham, L.

Younger of Leckie, V.

Housing and Planning Bill

Division No. 3

Baroness Gardner of Parkes moved amendment 108, in clause 141, page 72, line 20, at end to insert:

"(1) Local planning authorities may make provision for the payment of fees or charges to them in respect of the performance of their functions and anything done by them which is calculated to facilitate or is conducive or incidental to the performance of their functions, and may vary such fees or charges according to the value of the project concerned or any other material concerns.

(2) Fees or charges under subsection (1) may exceed the costs incurred by the local planning authority in performing functions relating to the relevant project.

(3) Local planning authorities shall retain any fees or charges paid in accordance with subsection (1), and use them as they see fit."

The House divided:

Contents 36

Not-contents 129

Contents

Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, B.

Barker, B.

Beith, L.

Bowles of Berkhamsted, B.

Cotter, L.

Cox, B.

Dholakia, L.

Featherstone, B.

Foster of Bath, L.

Gardner of Parkes, B.

Grender, B.

Hussain, L.

Jolly, B.

Kirkwood of Kirkhope, L.

Kramer, B.

Ludford, B.

Maddock, B. [Teller]

Newby, L. [Teller]

Paddick, L.

Parminter, B.

Randerson, B.

Scriven, L.

Sharkey, L.

Sharp of Guildford, B.

Sheehan, B.

Shipley, L.

Shutt of Greetland, L.

Smith of Newnham, B.

Stephen, L.

Stunell, L.

Taylor of Goss Moor, L.

Thomas of Gresford, L.

Tonge, B.

Tope, L.

Wallace of Tankerness, L.

Walmsley, B.

Not-contents

Ahmad of Wimbledon, L.

Altmann, B.

Anelay of St Johns, B.

Arbuthnot of Edrom, L.

Ashton of Hyde, L. [Teller]

Astor, V.

Astor of Hever, L.

Attlee, E.

Barker of Battle, L.

Berridge, B.

Borwick, L.

Brabazon of Tara, L.

Bridgeman, V.

Bridges of Headley, L.

Browne of Belmont, L.

Carrington of Fulham, L.

Cathcart, E.

Chadlington, L.

Chisholm of Owlpen, B.

Cope of Berkeley, L.

Cormack, L.

Courtown, E.

Crathorne, L.

Deben, L.

Dixon-Smith, L.

Dobbs, L.

Empey, L.

Evans of Bowes Park, B.

Fairfax of Cameron, L.

Fall, B.

Farmer, L.

Faulks, L.

Fink, L.

Fookes, B.

Forsyth of Drumlean, L.

Fowler, L.

Freeman, L.

Freud, L.

Geddes, L.

Gilbert of Panteg, L.

Glenarthur, L.

Glendonbrook, L.

Goodlad, L.

Hague of Richmond, L.

Hamilton of Epsom, L.

Harris of Peckham, L.

Hayward, L.

Hodgson of Abinger, B.

Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, L.

Holmes of Richmond, L.

Horam, L.

Howard of Rising, L.

Hunt of Wirral, L.

Inglewood, L.

Jenkin of Kennington, B.

Jopling, L.

Kirkham, L.

Lang of Monkton, L.

Lansley, L.

Lawson of Blaby, L.

Lexden, L.

Lindsay, E.

Lingfield, L.

Liverpool, E.

Lucas, L.

Lyell, L.

McColl of Dulwich, L.

MacGregor of Pulham Market, L.

McIntosh of Pickering, B.

Mackay of Clashfern, L.

Maginnis of Drumglass, L.

Marlesford, L.

Mawson, L.

Mone, B.

Morris of Bolton, B.

Moynihan, L.

Nash, L.

Neville-Rolfe, B.

Newlove, B.

Noakes, B.

Norton of Louth, L.

O’Cathain, B.

O’Neill of Gatley, L.

Oppenheim-Barnes, B.

O’Shaughnessy, L.

Patten of Barnes, L.

Perry of Southwark, B.

Pidding, B.

Popat, L.

Porter of Spalding, L.

Price, L.

Prior of Brampton, L.

Redfern, B.

Ribeiro, L.

Risby, L.

Rock, B.

Rogan, L.

Scott of Bybrook, B.

Seccombe, B.

Selborne, E.

Selkirk of Douglas, L.

Shackleton of Belgravia, B.

Sheikh, L.

Sherbourne of Didsbury, L.

Shinkwin, L.

Shrewsbury, E.

Skelmersdale, L.

Smith of Hindhead, L.

Somerset, D.

Spicer, L.

Stedman-Scott, B.

Stowell of Beeston, B.

Suri, L.

Taylor of Holbeach, L. [Teller]

Tebbit, L.

Trees, L.

Trefgarne, L.

Trenchard, V.

Trimble, L.

True, L.

Tugendhat, L.

Verma, B.

Warsi, B.

Wasserman, L.

Whitby, L.

Wilcox, B.

Williams of Trafford, B.

Young of Cookham, L.

Younger of Leckie, V.

Housing and Planning Bill

Division No. 4

Lord Kennedy of Southwark moved amendment 116BA, after clause 141, to insert the new clause Local authorities and development control services. The House divided:

Contents 19

Not-contents 116

Contents

Andrews, B.

Bassam of Brighton, L. [Teller]

Beecham, L.

Beith, L.

Foster of Bath, L.

Grender, B.

Kennedy of Cradley, B.

Kennedy of Southwark, L.

Kirkwood of Kirkhope, L.

Ludford, B.

McAvoy, L. [Teller]

Paddick, L.

Shipley, L.

Shutt of Greetland, L.

Smith of Newnham, B.

Somerset, D.

Taylor of Goss Moor, L.

Tope, L.

Watson of Invergowrie, L.

Not-contents

Ahmad of Wimbledon, L.

Altmann, B.

Anelay of St Johns, B.

Arbuthnot of Edrom, L.

Ashton of Hyde, L. [Teller]

Astor of Hever, L.

Attlee, E.

Barker of Battle, L.

Berridge, B.

Borwick, L.

Brabazon of Tara, L.

Bridgeman, V.

Bridges of Headley, L.

Browne of Belmont, L.

Carrington of Fulham, L.

Cathcart, E.

Chadlington, L.

Chisholm of Owlpen, B.

Cope of Berkeley, L.

Courtown, E.

Crathorne, L.

Deben, L.

Dixon-Smith, L.

Dobbs, L.

Empey, L.

Evans of Bowes Park, B.

Fairfax of Cameron, L.

Fall, B.

Farmer, L.

Faulks, L.

Fink, L.

Flight, L.

Fookes, B.

Forsyth of Drumlean, L.

Fowler, L.

Freeman, L.

Freud, L.

Geddes, L.

Glenarthur, L.

Glendonbrook, L.

Goodlad, L.

Hamilton of Epsom, L.

Hayward, L.

Hodgson of Abinger, B.

Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, L.

Holmes of Richmond, L.

Horam, L.

Howard of Rising, L.

Hunt of Wirral, L.

Inglewood, L.

Jenkin of Kennington, B.

Jopling, L.

Kirkham, L.

Lansley, L.

Lawson of Blaby, L.

Leigh of Hurley, L.

Lingfield, L.

Liverpool, E.

Lucas, L.

Lupton, L.

Lyell, L.

McColl of Dulwich, L.

MacGregor of Pulham Market, L.

Mackay of Clashfern, L.

Maginnis of Drumglass, L.

Marlesford, L.

Morris of Bolton, B.

Moynihan, L.

Nash, L.

Neville-Rolfe, B.

Newlove, B.

Noakes, B.

Norton of Louth, L.

O’Cathain, B.

O’Neill of Gatley, L.

Oppenheim-Barnes, B.

O’Shaughnessy, L.

Patten of Barnes, L.

Perry of Southwark, B.

Pidding, B.

Popat, L.

Porter of Spalding, L.

Price, L.

Prior of Brampton, L.

Ribeiro, L.

Risby, L.

Rock, B.

Scott of Bybrook, B.

Seccombe, B.

Selborne, E.

Selkirk of Douglas, L.

Shackleton of Belgravia, B.

Sheikh, L.

Sherbourne of Didsbury, L.

Shinkwin, L.

Shrewsbury, E.

Skelmersdale, L.

Smith of Hindhead, L.

Spicer, L.

Stedman-Scott, B.

Stowell of Beeston, B.

Suri, L.

Taylor of Holbeach, L. [Teller]

Tebbit, L.

Trefgarne, L.

Trenchard, V.

Trimble, L.

Tugendhat, L.

Verma, B.

Warsi, B.

Wasserman, L.

Whitby, L.

Wilcox, B.

Williams of Trafford, B.

Young of Cookham, L.

Younger of Leckie, V.

Housing and Planning Bill

Division No. 5

Lord True moved amendment 116C, to leave out clause 142. The House divided:

Contents 5  

Not-contents 101*

Contents

Andrews, B.

Beecham, L.

Kennedy of Cradley, B.

Kennedy of Southwark, L. [Teller]

McAvoy, L. [Teller]

Not-contents

Ahmad of Wimbledon, L.

Altmann, B.

Anelay of St Johns, B.

Arbuthnot of Edrom, L.

Ashton of Hyde, L.

Barker of Battle, L.

Berridge, B.

Borwick, L.

Brabazon of Tara, L.

Bridgeman, V.

Bridges of Headley, L.

Browne of Belmont, L.

Carrington of Fulham, L.

Cathcart, E.

Chadlington, L.

Chisholm of Owlpen, B.

Cope of Berkeley, L.

Courtown, E.

Crathorne, L.

Deben, L.

Dixon-Smith, L.

Dobbs, L.

Empey, L.

Evans of Bowes Park, B.

Fairfax of Cameron, L.

Faulks, L.

Fink, L.

Flight, L.

Fookes, B.

Forsyth of Drumlean, L.

Freeman, L.

Freud, L.

Gardiner of Kimble, L. [Teller]

Geddes, L.

Glendonbrook, L.

Goodlad, L.

Hamilton of Epsom, L.

Hayward, L.

Hodgson of Abinger, B.

Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, L.

Holmes of Richmond, L.

Horam, L.

Howard of Rising, L.

Hunt of Wirral, L.

Inglewood, L.

Jenkin of Kennington, B.

Jopling, L.

Lansley, L.

Leigh of Hurley, L.

Lingfield, L.

Lupton, L.

Lyell, L.

MacGregor of Pulham Market, L.

Maginnis of Drumglass, L.

Marlesford, L.

Morris of Bolton, B.

Moynihan, L.

Nash, L.

Neville-Rolfe, B.

Newlove, B.

Norton of Louth, L.

O’Cathain, B.

O’Neill of Gatley, L.

Oppenheim-Barnes, B.

O’Shaughnessy, L.

Patten of Barnes, L.

Perry of Southwark, B.

Pidding, B.

Popat, L.

Porter of Spalding, L.

Price, L.

Prior of Brampton, L.

Ribeiro, L.

Risby, L.

Rock, B.

Scott of Bybrook, B.

Seccombe, B.

Selborne, E.

Selkirk of Douglas, L.

Shackleton of Belgravia, B.

Sheikh, L.

Shinkwin, L.

Shrewsbury, E.

Skelmersdale, L.

Smith of Hindhead, L.

Somerset, D.

Spicer, L.

Stedman-Scott, B.

Stowell of Beeston, B.

Taylor of Holbeach, L. [Teller]

Tebbit, L.

Trenchard, V.

Tugendhat, L.

Verma, B.

Wasserman, L.

Whitby, L.

Wilcox, B.

Williams of Trafford, B.

Young of Cookham, L.

Younger of Leckie, V.

* The Tellers for the Not-contents reported 101 votes, the Clerks recorded 100 names.

 

Prepared 20th April 2016