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Academies Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

27/07/2010

CHAP 32 2010

Academies Act 2010. Explanatory Notes also published.

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27/07/2010

720 c1286

Academies Bill (HL). Returned from the Commons with a privilege amendment. The amendment was agreed to (formal).

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27/07/2010

514 c914

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill; Finance Bill; Academies Bill (HL); Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL); Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Royal Assent notified. CHAP 30 2010; CHAP 31 2010; CHAP 32 2010; Cap. iv and Cap. v.

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26/07/2010

514 c742-833

Academies Bill (HL). Committee stage third day. Clause 3, discussed with new clause 1, agreed to. Clause 4, discussed with new clause 7, agreed to. Clauses 5, 16 to 19 agreed to. Clause 20 agreed to as amended. New clause 7 negatived on division (223 votes to 315). Bill reported as amended. Third reading debate agreed to on division (317 votes to 225). Bill passed, with an amendment. Clause 3: Application for Academy Order New clause 1: Reversion of Academies to maintained status Clause 4: Academy Orders New clause 7: Social cohesion Clause 16: Pre-commencement applications etc. Clause 20: Short title

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22/07/2010

514 c595-685

Academies Bill (HL). Committee stage second day. Clauses 2, 7, 8 debated and agreed to. Clauses 11 to 15 agreed to. Schedules 1 and 2 agreed to. Clause 2: Payment under Academy agreements Clause 7: Transfer of school surpluses Clause 8: Transfer of other property

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21/07/2010

514 c379-522

Academies Bill. Committee stage (first day). Clause 1 agreed to, with amendments debated and withdrawn, and debated and negatived on division (202 to 312), (200 to 314), (218 to 321) and (213 to 327). Clauses 6 and 9 agreed with amendments negatived on division (213 to 322). Clause 10 agreed to, with amendments negatived on division (213 to 317). Progress reported. Committee to sit again tomorrow.

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19/07/2010

514 c24-143

Academies Bill. Second reading debate. Amendment negatived on division (234 to 333). Main question agreed on division (326 to 236). Programme motion relating to proceedings in committee and other proceedings agreed on division (322 to 238). Money resolution agreed.

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15/07/2010

513 c1187

Ordered, That, in respect of the Academies Bill [ Lords], notices of Amendments, new Clauses and new Schedules to be moved in Committee may be accepted by the Clerks at the Table before the Bill has been read a second time.-( Mr Newmark.)

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14/07/2010

HC Research Paper 10/48

Academies Bill [HL] Bill 57 of 2010-11

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13/07/2010

Votes and Proceedings

Academies Bill (HL). Presentation and first reading. To be read a second time tomorrow and printed (Bill 57) with explanatory notes (Bill 57-EN).

13/07/2010

Bill 57 2010-12

Academies Bill (HL). Brought from the Lords. Explanatory Notes Bill 57-EN also published.

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13/07/2010

720 c608-44

Academies Bill (HL). Lords third reading debate. Agreed to on question. Bill passed and sent to the Commons with amendments.

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07/07/2010

720 c213-61, 277-332

Academies Bill (HL). Lords report stage second day. Bill as amended, ordered to be printed. (HL Bill 13 2010-12).

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07/07/2010

HL Bill 13 2010-12

Academies Bill (HL). As amended on Report.

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06/07/2010

720 c103-32

Academies Bill (HL). Lords report stage first day.

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01/07/2010

719 c1859

Academies Bill (HL). Lords motion on order in which amendments for Report Stage be marshalled and considered. Agreed to on question (formal).

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01/07/2010

719 c1859

Academies Bill (HL). Lords motion that leave be given to advance the Report stage of the Academies Bill (HL) from 7 July to 6 July. Agreed to on question (formal).

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28/06/2010

719 c1535-85, 1597-649

Academies Bill (HL). Lords committee stage third day. Clause 1 agreed to as amended. Clauses 2 to 16 agreed to, with clause 13 agreed to as amended. Schedule 1 agreed to. Schedule 2 agreed to as amended. Bill reported as amended (HL Bill 10 2010-12). Clause 1 : Academy arrangements; Clause 2: Payments under academy agreements; Clause 3: Application for academy orders; Clause 4: Academy orders; Clause 5: Effect of academy order; Clause 6: Transfer of school surpluses; Clause 7: Transfer of other property; Clause 8: Charitable status of academy proprietors etc; Clause 9: Academies: land; Clause 11: Academies: amendments; Clause 12: Pre-commencement applications etc; Clause 13: Interpretation of Act; Clause 14: Extent; Clause 15: Commencement; Clause 16: Short title

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28/06/2010

HL Bill 10 2010-12

Academies Bill (HL). As amended in Committee.

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23/06/2010

719 c1320-80, 1390-418

Academies Bill (HL). Lords committee stage second day. Clause 1 under consideration. Clause 1: Academy arrangements.

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21/06/2010

719 c1170-84, 1204-37, 1251-72

Academies Bill (HL). Lords committee stage first day. Clause 1 under consideration. Clause 1 [Academy arrangements]

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16/06/2010

HL 8 2010-11

Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Select Committee. 1st report on Academies Bill (HL); Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL); Defamation Bill (HL); Dog Control Bill (HL); House of Lords Reform Bill (HL); Marine Navigation Aids Bill (HL); Re-Export Controls Bill (HL).

10/06/2010

719 c747

Academies Bill (HL). Lords motion on instruction to Committee of the Whole House on order of clauses to be taken. Agreed to on question (formal).

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07/06/2010

719 c506-92

Academies Bill (HL). Lords second reading debate. Agreed to on question and committed to a Committee of the Whole House.

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26/05/2010

HL Bill 1 2010-12

Academies Bill (HL). Explanatory notes also published (HL Bill 1-EN).

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26/05/2010

719 c25

Academies Bill (HL). Lords presentation and first reading.

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Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) (Amendment) Bill 2010-12 top

14/06/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) (Amendment) Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 9 September.

19/05/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) (Amendment) Bill. Order for second reading on 20 May read and discharged. To be read a second time on 17 June.

21/10/2010

Bill 91 2010-12

Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) (Amendment)

21/10/2010

516 c1151

Activity Centres (Young Persons' Safety) (Amendment) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 91 2010-12). To be read a second time on 20 May 2011.

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Adoption (Leave, Pay and Allowance Arrangements) Bill 2010-12 top

29/06/2011

Bill 212 2010-12

Adoption (Leave, Pay and Allowance Arrangements) Bill. (Vote)

29/06/2011

530 c981-3

Adoption (Leave, Pay and Allowance Arrangements). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 212 2010-12). To be read a second time on 20 January 2012.

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Alcohol Marketing Bill 2010-12 top

30/03/2011

Bill 176 2010-12

Alcohol Marketing Bill. (Vote)

30/03/2011

526 c368-72

Alcohol Marketing. Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 176 2010-12). To be read a second time on 9 September.

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Allhallows Staining Church Act 2010 top

27/07/2010

Cap v 2010

Allhallows Staininig Church Act 2010. (Lords Minutes).

27/07/2010

720 c1286

Royal Assent. The following Acts were given Royal Assent: Appropriation (No. 3) Act (CHAP 30 2010), Finance (No. 2) Act (CHAP 31 2010), Academies Act (CHAP 32 2010), Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Act (CHAP iv 2010), Allhallows Staining Church Act (CHAP v 2010).

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Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL) 2009-10 top

27/07/2010

514 c914

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill; Finance Bill; Academies Bill (HL); Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL); Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Royal Assent notified. CHAP 30 2010; CHAP 31 2010; CHAP 32 2010; Cap. iv and Cap. v.

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26/07/2010

720 c1224

Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Returned from the Commons agreed to.

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26/07/2010

514 c693

Allhallows Staining Church Bill. Third reading and Bill passed without amendment.

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21/07/2010

Votes and Proceedings

The Second Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means reported from the Committee on Unopposed Bills, That it had examined the allegations contained in the Preamble to the Allhallows Staining Church Bill [Lords] and found the same to be true; and had gone through the Bill and had made no Amendments. Bill to be read the third time.

28/06/2010

719 c1650

Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). The Chairman of Committees informed the House that, pursuant to Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of Bills), the Bill had been deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments together with the declaration of the agent. The Bill was presented, read a first time, passed though all its remaining stages pro forma and sent to the Commons.

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21/06/2010

719 c1168-9

Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL). Lords motions that the Commons messages of 16 June be now considered; and that the promoters of the Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL) and Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL) should have leave to proceed with the Bills in the current Session according to the provisions of Standing Order 150B (Revival of Bills). Agreed to on question (formal).

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16/06/2010

719 c1058

Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL). Message brought from the Commons that they have made the following orders: that the promoters should have leave to proceed with the bills in the current session according to the provisions of Standing Order 188B (Revival of bills).

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16/06/2010

511 c855

Ordered that Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL) and Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL) may proceed in the current Session according to the provisions of Standing Order 188B (Revival of bills). Motion that London Local Authorities Bill (HL) may have leave to proceed with the Bill in the current Session according to the provisions of Standing Order 188B (Revival of bills). Objection taken. Debate to be resumed on 23 June.

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27/11/2009

PB 1 2009-10

Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Petition deposited by Bircham Dyson Bell. (Lords Minutes)

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Anonymity (Arrested Persons) Bill 2010-12 top

04/02/2011

522 c1160-215

Anonymity (Arrested Persons) Bill. Second Reading debate. Motion and Bill withdrawn.

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02/02/2011

HC Research Paper 11/13

Anonymity (Arrested Persons) Bill [Bill 9 of 2010-11]

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30/06/2010

Bill 9 2010-12

Anonymity (Arrested Persons) Bill. Withdrawn 4 February 2011.

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30/06/2010

512 c867

Anonymity (Arrested Persons) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 9 2010-12). To be read a second time on 4 February 2011.

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Apprehension of Burglars Bill 2010-12 top

05/07/2010

Bill 40 2010-12

Apprehension of Burglars Bill. (vote).

05/07/2010

513 c82

Apprehension of Burglars Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 40 2010-12). To be read a second time on 4 February 2011.

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Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts) Bill 2010-12 top

04/05/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts) Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 25 November.

11/02/2011

523 c672

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts) Bill. Motion for second reading. Objection taken. Bill to be read a second time 17 June 2011.

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14/09/2010

Bill 70 2010-12

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts) Bill.

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14/09/2010

515 c755-7

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 70 2010-12). To be read a second time on 11 February 2011.

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Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

07/06/2011

HL Bill 72 2010-12

Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) Bill (HL).

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07/06/2011

728 c136

Arbitration and Mediation Services (Equality) Bill (HL). A Bill to make further provision about arbitration and mediation services and the application of equality legislation to such services; to make provision about the protection of victims of domestic violence; and for connected purposes. The Bill was introduced by Baroness Cox, read a first time and ordered to be printed (HL Bill 72).

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Armed Forces (Leave) Bill 2010-12 top

05/07/2010

Bill 52 2010-12

Armed Forces (Leave) Bill. (vote).

05/07/2010

513 c84

Armed Forces (Leave) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 52 2010-12). To be read a second time on 19 November.

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Armed Forces Bill 2010-12 top

16/06/2011

HL Bill 76 2010-12

Armed Forces Bill. Brought from the Commons. Explanatory Notes HL Bill 76-EN also published.

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16/06/2011

529 c977-95

Armed Forces Bill. Report stage (formal). No amendments on consideration. Third reading debate. Agreed to on question and Bill passed.

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16/06/2011

728 c969

Armed Forces Bill. Brought from the Commons. Lords first reading. (HL Bill 76 2010-12).

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14/06/2011

529 c673-749

Armed Forces Bill. Programme motion (No. 2) on proceedings in Committee of the Whole House, on Report and Third reading. Agreed to on question. Committee stage first day. New clause 12 debated and added to the Bill. Clause 1 agreed to. Clause 2, discussed with new clauses 2 to 6, 13, 14 and 17, debated and agreed to as amended. Clauses 3 to 33 agreed to, with clause 31 agreed to as amended. Schedules 1 to 5 agreed to. New clause 1, discussed with new clause 16, debated and withdrawn. New clause 7, discussed with new clause 11, debated and withdrawn. New clause 15 debated and negatived on division (10 votes to 282). New clause 17 negatived on division (213 votes to 291).

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14/06/2011

Bill 202 2010-12

Armed Forces Bill. As amended in the Committee.

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19/05/2011

727 c83-5WS

My right honourable friend the Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans (Andrew Robathan) has made the following Written Ministerial Statement. The Ministry of Defence welcomes the Select Committee’s report on the Armed Forces Bill (HC 779). In this formal response, I will deal with each of the committee’s conclusions and recommendations in turn. I shall begin with the committee’s recommendation that Select Committee scrutiny should continue to be the convention for Armed Forces Bills. I believe that the appointment of a Select Committee which was able to take evidence and conduct visits allowed committee members an opportunity to visit Armed Forces units, to hear from members of the Armed Forces and their families, and to develop a better understanding of service life. These experiences helped committee members in their role of scrutinising the legislation. I therefore welcome the committee’s recommendation. The Select Committee spent a significant amount of its time examining the provisions in the Bill that relate to the Armed Forces covenant report. There were differences of view on some issues, but committee members were united in their support for service personnel, veterans and their families. I therefore strongly welcome the committee’s conclusion that military service is unique and that individuals who serve in the Armed Forces should be recognised for the contribution they make. The Government have already made significant progress in rebuilding the Armed Forces covenant. The commitment to produce a report on the covenant will make the Secretary of State accountable to Parliament for this work. The Government’s announcement that they will table amendments to the Bill, so that the key principles of the covenant are written into law, will further strengthen that element of the legislation. I agree with the committee’s recommendation that, in creating a tri-service document, we should use the term Armed Forces covenant to signify its inclusivity. Committee members will be aware that we have used that title in the new version of the covenant which we published on 16 May 2011. I welcome the committee’s comments about the external reference group. The Government value the important contribution that the group has made and continue to make in driving forward our work on supporting the Armed Forces community. The group has proved its worth and at no time has its continued existence, or its vital role, been in doubt. Our aim is to strengthen the group rather than to sideline it. The Government agree that its terms of reference should be updated. Ultimately it is for the group to decide how its work will be taken forward, and we have asked its external members for their views on its future role, terms of reference and membership. This includes how they wish to engage with the process of preparing the Defence Secretary’s annual report to Parliament on the Armed Forces covenant. I welcome the committee’s support for the provisions in the Bill in relation to the independence and powers of service police; to drug and alcohol testing; and those which aim to provide greater independence of service complaints panels, where circumstances demand. Following the committee’s recommendation that the Ministry of Defence should review service complaints procedures and the powers of the Service Complaints Commissioner, the commissioner published her annual report on 31 March. In the response, I welcomed the commissioner’s acknowledgement of the real progress that the Ministry of Defence and the Armed Forces have made in relation to the handling of complaints. Whilst I am pleased with this progress, I recognise the importance of the commissioner’s recommendations as to ways to improve the system further. A review of the service complaints system will be undertaken and will consider in full the recommendations made by the commissioner in her annual report, including those specifically related to the powers of her role. The committee concluded that the matter of a veterans’ ID card could usefully be explored further. In response, I should begin by saying that a veterans’ ID card which guarantees or provides a very high level of assurance of the identity of the bearer would be an expensive project and would require significant administration. There is no defence need for such a card and it would not provide good value for money. Nevertheless, we agree that there is value in developing a card which confirms the status of individuals as former servicemen or women and can be used in order to facilitate easier access to discounts and other privileges, including those arising from the Armed Forces community covenant initiative. This option would require a lower level of verification than an actual identification card. The Government announced their intention to introduce such a card on 16 May. I welcome the committee’s support for the existing policy in relation to the recruitment of under-18s. However, following a review of discharge policy I am pleased to announce that, for those under the age of 18, the ability to be discharged will in future be a right up to the age of 18, subject to an appropriate period of consideration or cooling off. My officials are currently finalising the policy details and these will be brought forward shortly in secondary legislation. The committee’s final recommendation was in relation to trials of service personnel. The committee recommended that the Ministry of Defence should consider whether there might be a benefit in transferring the handling of some cases to the service courts and whether there might also be scope for the creation of a power in civilian courts to remit cases to the service courts for sentence. Proposals for changes in both of these areas were discussed at a meeting of the Service Justice Board in January 2011, when it was agreed that staff in the Central Legal Services Directorate should lead further work to assess whether greater flexibility could be achieved in the transfer of cases between jurisdictions and the possibility of transferring cases to the court martial for sentencing. That work is in hand at present.

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19/05/2011

528 c24-6WS

The Ministry of Defence welcomes the Select Committee's report on the Armed Forces Bill (HC 779). In this formal response, I will deal with each of the Committee's conclusions and recommendations in turn. I shall begin with the Committee's recommendation that Select Committee scrutiny should continue to be the convention for Armed Forces Bills. I believe that the appointment of a Select Committee which was able to take evidence and conduct visits allowed Committee members an opportunity to visit armed forces units, to hear from members of the armed forces and their families, and to develop a better understanding of service life. These experiences helped Committee members in their role of scrutinising the legislation. I therefore welcome the Committee's recommendation. The Select Committee spent a significant amount of its time examining the provisions in the Bill that relate to the armed forces covenant report. There were differences of view on some issues, but Committee members were united in their support for service personnel, veterans and their families. I therefore strongly welcome the Committee's conclusion that military service is unique and that individuals who serve in the armed forces should be recognised for the contribution they make. The Government have already made significant progress in rebuilding the armed forces covenant. The commitment to produce a report on the covenant will make the Secretary of State accountable to Parliament for this work. The Government's announcement that they will table amendments to the Bill, so that the key principles of the covenant are written into law, will further strengthen that element of the legislation. I agree with the Committee's recommendation that, in creating a tri-service document, we should use the term “armed forces covenant” to signify its inclusivity. Committee members will be aware that we have used that title in the new version of the covenant which we published on 16 May 2011. I welcome the Committee's comments about the external reference group. The Government value the important contribution that the group has made and continues to make in driving forward our work on supporting the armed forces community. The group has proved its worth and at no time has its continued existence, or its vital role, been in doubt. Our aim is to strengthen the group rather than to sideline it. The Government agree that its terms of reference should be updated. Ultimately it is for the group to decide how its work will be taken forward, and we have asked its external members for their views on its future role, terms of reference and membership. This includes how they wish to engage with the process of preparing the Defence Secretary's annual report to Parliament on the armed forces covenant. I welcome the Committee's support for the provisions in the Bill in relation to the independence and powers of service police; to drug and alcohol testing; and those which aim to provide greater independence of service complaints panels, where circumstances demand. Following the Committee's recommendation that the Ministry of Defence should review service complaints procedures and the powers of the Service Complaints Commissioner, the commissioner published her annual report on 31 March. In the response, I welcomed the commissioner's acknowledgement of the real progress that the Ministry of Defence and the armed forces have made in relation to the handling of complaints. While I am pleased with this progress, I recognise the importance of the commissioner's recommendations as to ways to improve the system further. A review of the service complaints system will be undertaken and will consider in full the recommendations made by the commissioner in her annual report, including those specifically related to the powers of her role. The Committee concluded that the matter of a veterans' ID card could usefully be explored further. In response, I should begin by saying that a veterans' ID card which guarantees or provides a very high level of assurance of the identity of the bearer would be an expensive project and would require significant administration. There is no defence need for such a card and it would not provide good value for money. Nevertheless, we agree that there is value in developing a card which confirms the status of individuals as former servicemen or women and can be used in order to facilitate easier access to discounts and other privileges, including those arising from the armed forces community covenant initiative. This option would require a lower level of verification than an actual identification card. The Government announced their intention to introduce such a card on 16 May. I welcome the Committee's support for the existing policy in relation to the recruitment of under-18s. However, following a review of discharge policy I am pleased to announce that, for those under the age of 18, the ability to be discharged will in future be a right up to the age of 18, subject to an appropriate period of consideration or cooling off. My officials are currently finalising the policy details and these will be brought forward shortly in secondary legislation. The Committee's final recommendation was in relation to trials of service personnel. The Committee recommended that the Ministry of Defence should consider whether there might be a benefit in transferring the handling of some cases to the service courts and whether there might also be scope for the creation of a power in civilian courts to remit cases to the service courts for sentence. Proposals for changes in both of these areas were discussed at a meeting of the service justice board in January 2011, when it was agreed that staff in the central legal services directorate should lead further work to assess whether greater flexibility could be achieved in the transfer of cases between jurisdictions and the possibility of transferring cases to the court martial for sentencing. That work is in hand at present.

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16/05/2011

727 c1179-91

Lords statement on the Armed Forces covenant.

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10/05/2011

HC 1037 2010-12;HL 145 2010-12

Legislative scrutiny: Armed Forces Bill. Human Rights Joint Select Committee twelfth report with formal minutes and evidence.

08/03/2011

HC 779 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Special report, with appendices, written evidence and formal minutes.

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17/02/2011

UP 6 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Written evidence 17 February 2011. (Vote)

17/02/2011

PBC

Armed Forces Bill. Committee stage fourth sitting by the Select Committee. New clauses considered. New clause 1: Veterans ID card, debated and withdrawn. New clause 2: Enlistment of minors, debated and withdrawn. New clause 3: Closure or realignment of armed forces bases, debated and withdrawn.

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15/02/2011

PBC

Armed Forces Bill. Committee stage third sitting by the Select Committee (afternoon). Clauses 3 to 33 agreed to. Schedules 1 to 5 agreed to.

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15/02/2011

PBC

Armed Forces Bill. Committee stage second sitting by the Select Committee (morning). Clause 2 agreed to.

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10/02/2011

PBC

Armed Forces Bill. Committee stage first sitting by the Select Committee. Clause 1 agreed to. Clause 2 under consideration.

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10/02/2011

HC 779-iv 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Evidence 10 February 2011. (Vote)

08/02/2011

HC 779-iiii 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Evidence 8 February 2011. (Vote)

08/02/2011

UP 6 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Written evidence 8 February 2011. (Vote)

03/02/2011

HC 779-i 2010-11;HC 779-ii 2010-11

The Armed Forces Bill. Evidence 3 February 2011. (Vote)

10/01/2011

521 c46-123

Armed Forces Bill. Second reading debate agreed to on question. Programme motion on proceedings in Select Committee, Public Bill Committee, on Report, Third Reading and any other proceedings, agreed to on question. Queen's recommendation signified. Money resolution agreed to on question. Ordered, That the following provisions shall apply to the Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill: 1. The Committee shall have 14 members, to be nominated by the Committee of Selection. 2. The Committee shall have power- (a) to send for persons, papers and records, to sit notwithstanding any adjournment of the House, to adjourn from place to place and to report from day to day the minutes of evidence taken before it; (b) to admit the public during the examination of witnesses and during consideration of the Bill (but not otherwise); and c) to appoint specialist advisers either to supply information not readily available or to elucidate matters of complexity relating to the provisions of the Bill. - (Angela Watkinson.)

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17/12/2010

HC Research Paper 10/85

Armed Forces Bill [Bill 122 of 2010-11]

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08/12/2010

520 c318

Armed Forces Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 122 2010-12).

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08/12/2010

Bill 122 2010-12

Armed Forces Bill. Explanatory notes also published (Bill 122-EN).

15/09/2010

UP 6 2010-11

Armed Forces Bill. Written evidence 15 September 2010. (Vote)

Armed Forces Charter Bill 2010-12 top

09/11/2010

Bill 104 2010-12

Armed Forces Charter Bill.

09/11/2010

518 c145-6

Armed Forces Charter Bill. Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed on question. Presentation and first reading (Bill 104 2010-11). To be read a second time on Friday 11 November 2010.

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Autism (Quality Standards) Bill 2010-12 top

24/05/2011

Bill 194 2010-12

Autism (Quality Standards) Bill. (Vote)

24/05/2011

528 c802-4

Autism (Quality Standards). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 194 2010-12). To be read a second time on 25 November.

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Bail (Amendment) Bill 2010-12 top

28/06/2011

Bill 210 2010-12

Bail (Amendment) Bill. (Vote)

28/06/2011

530 c787-9

Bail (Amendment). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 210 2010-12). To be read a second time on 20 January 2012.

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Banking and Financial Services (Community Investment) Bill 2010-12 top

28/04/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Banking and Financial Services (Community Investment) Bill. Order for second reading on 10 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 21 October.

07/03/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Banking and Financial Services (Community Investment) Bill. Order for second reading on 18 March read and discharged. To be read a second time on 10 June.

14/12/2010

Bill 127 2010-12

Banking and Financial Services (Community Investment) Bill. (vote).

14/12/2010

520 c835-7

Banking and Financial Services (Community Investment). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Areed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 127 2010-12). To be read a second time on 18 March.

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BBC Licence Fee Payers (Voting Rights) Bill 2010-12 top

08/02/2011

Bill 142 2010-12

BBC Licence Fee Payers (Voting Rights) Bill. (vote).

08/02/2011

523 c161-3

BBC Licence Fee Payers (Voting Rights). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 142 2010-12). To be read a second time on 25 November.

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Broadcasting (Public Service Content) Bill 2010-12 top

01/04/2011

526 c655-93

Broadcasting (Public Service Content) Bill. Second reading debate. Division having fewer than 40 Members (3 votes to 16), the Deputy Speaker declared that the Question was not decided. Debate stood over.

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05/07/2010

Bill 27 2010-12

Broadcasting (Public Service Content) Bill. (vote).

05/07/2010

513 c79

Broadcasting (Public Service Content) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 27 2010-12). To be read a second time on 1 April 2011.

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Broadcasting (Television Licence Fee Abolition) Bill 2010-12 top

05/07/2010

Bill 46 2010-12

Broadcasting (Television Licence Fee Abolition) Bill. (vote).

05/07/2010

513 c83

Broadcasting (Television Licence Fee Abolition) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 46 2010-12). To be read a second time on 13 May 2011.

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Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

22/03/2011

525 c878-923

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Consideration of Bill, as amended in the Public Bill Committee. Amendments to Clause 1 - Charter for Budget Responsibility and Clause 2 - Annual Budget documents debated and withdrawn. Queen's consent signified. Third reading debate. Agreed on question and Bill passed, with an amendment. [Relevant document: The Fourth Report from the Treasury Committee, Office for Budget Responsibility, HC 385, and the Government's response, Cm 7962.]

link

22/03/2011

525 c930

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Royal Assent notified 22 March 2011. CHAP 4 2011.

link

22/03/2011

CHAP 4 2011

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Act 2011. Royal Assent notified 22 March 2011. CHAP 4 2011.

link

22/03/2011

Lords Minutes

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Returned from the Commons with a privilege amendment. Amendment considered and agreed to (formal).

link

15/03/2011

HC Research Paper 11/25

Budget Responsibility and National Audit [HL] Bill: Committee stage report

link

03/03/2011

PBC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [Lords]. Committee stage third sitting (morning). Clause 9 agreed to. Schedule 1 under consideration.

link

03/03/2011

PBC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [Lords]. Committee stage fourth sitting (afternoon). Schedule 1 agreed to. Clauses 10 to 20 agreed to. Schedule 2 agreed to. Clauses 21 and 22 agreed to. Schedule 3 agreed to. Clauses 23 to 26 agreed to. Schedules 4 and 5 agreed to. Clause 27 agreed to. Schedule 6 agreed to. Clauses 28 to 31 agreed to, one with an amendment. Bill, as amended, to be reported.

link

01/03/2011

PBC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [Lords]. Committee stage first sitting (morning). Programme motion agreed to. Written evidence (Reporting to the House) motion agreed to. Clauses 1 to 3 agreed to. Clause 4 under consideration.

link

01/03/2011

PBC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [Lords]. Committee stage second sitting (afternoon). Clauses 4 to 8 agreed to.

link

01/03/2011

PBC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill. Written evidence (reported to the House 1 March 2011).

14/02/2011

523 c746-84

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Second Reading debate agreed to on question. Programme motion on proceedings in Committee, on Report, Third reading, and any other proceedings, agreed to on question. Queen's recommendation signified. Money resolution agreed to on question. Ways and means resolution agreed to on question.

link

08/02/2011

HC Research Paper 11/15

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [HL]

link

07/02/2011

725 c12-3

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Queen's consent signified. Lords third reading agreed to on question. Bill passed and sent to the Commons.

link

07/02/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Brought from the Lords. Presentation and first reading (Bill 143).

07/02/2011

Bill 143 2010-12

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Brought from the Lords. Explanatory Notes Bill 143-EN also published.

link

31/01/2011

HL Bill 42 2010-12

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). As amended on report.

link

31/01/2011

724 c1187-214

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords report stage (first day). Amendments 1-5, 7, 9, 11-13 and 15 agreed.

link

27/01/2011

724 c1085

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords debate on motion that leave be given to advance the Report stage of the Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL) from Tuesday 1 February to Monday 31 January. Agreed to on question.

link

10/01/2011

723 c1174

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords motion on order in which amendments for Report Stage be marshalled and considered. Agreed to on question (formal).

link

09/12/2010

723 c71-80GC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords committee stage debate. Clause 15 amendments considered. Clauses 15-20, schedule 2 and remaining clauses and schedules agreed. Bill reported without amendment. Grand Committee held in the Moses Room.

link

06/12/2010

723 c1-36GC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill [HL]. Lords committee stage debate (third day). Clause 4-7 amendments debated. Clauses 4-8 agreed without amendment. Committee adjourned. Grand committee held in the Moses Room

link

01/12/2010

722 c179-226GC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords committee stage second day. Clauses 1 and 2 agreed to. Schedule 1: Office for Budget Responsibility, debated and agreed to. Clause 4: Main Duty of Office, under consideration. Grand Committee held in the Moses Room.

link

29/11/2010

722 c83-116GC

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords committee stage first day. Clause 1 (Charter for Budget Responsibility) agreed to. Clause 2 (Annual Budget Documents) under consideration. Grand Committee held in the Moses Room.

link

25/11/2010

722 c1171

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords motion on instruction to Grand Committee on order of clauses to be taken. Agreed to on question (formal).

link

22/11/2010

722 c55WS

The Treasury has today published a draft of the Charter for Budget Responsibility to aid the scrutiny of the Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill. Additional briefing notes on other aspects of the Bill and draft National Audit Office documents have also been published. Copies are available in the Vote Office, in the Printed Paper Office and on the Treasury website, and have been placed in the Libraries of the House.

link

15/11/2010

722 c521

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords motion on instruction to Grand Committee on order of clauses to be taken. Motion not moved.

link

10/11/2010

HL 56 2010-11

Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. Fourth report on the following legislation: Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL); Draft Legislative Reform (Civil Partnership) Order 2010. (Lords Minutes).

08/11/2010

722 c11-52

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords second reading debate. Agreed on question and Bill committed to a Grand Committee.

link

22/10/2010

516 c82WS

I am pleased to inform the House that the explanatory memorandum explaining the Government's proposal for a framework power in the Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill are available in the Vote Office, Library and the Printed Paper Office, and on the Wales Office website: (www.walesoffice.gov.uk).

link

21/10/2010

HL Bill 23 2010-12

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Explanatory notes also published (HL Bill 23-EN)

link

21/10/2010

721 c892

Budget Responsibility and National Audit Bill (HL). Lords presentation and first reading.

link
Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

10/06/2011

529 c466

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL). Motion made that the Bill be now read a second time. Objection taken. To be read a second time on 21 October.

link

13/05/2011

527 c1537

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL). Motion made that the Bill be now read a second time. Objection taken. To be read a second time on 10 June.

link

05/04/2011

726 c1622

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL). Lords third reading (formal). Passed and sent to the Commons.

link

29/03/2011

726 c1086

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL). Lords report stage (formal).

link

04/03/2011

725 c1340-52

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL). Lords committee stage. Clause 1 : Review of the Building Regulations 2000, debated and agreed to. Clause 2 agreed to. Bill reported without amendment.

link

22/10/2010

721 c1005-24

Building Regulations (Review) Bill. Lords second reading debate. Agreed on question and committed to a Committee of the Whole House

link

26/05/2010

HL Bill 7 2010-12

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL)

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26/05/2010

719 c26

Building Regulations (Review) Bill (HL) 2010-12. Lords presentation and first reading.

link
Canterbury City Council Bill 2007-08 top

19/10/2010

721 c768-74, 789-96

Leeds City Council Bill, taken with Reading Borough Council Bill, Canterbury City Council Bill and Nottingham City Council Bill. Lords second reading debate. Bills committed to a select committee.

link

19/10/2010

721 c796

Leeds City Council Bill;Reading Borough Council Bill;Canterbury City Council;Nottingham City Council. Motion that it be an instruction to the Select Committee to whom the bills are committed that they should consider the bills in the light of the conclusions of the report of the Select Committee on the Bournemouth Borough Council Bill [HL] and the Manchester City Council Bill [HL] which, while allowing those bills to proceed, expressed "strong reservations about the use of piecemeal private legislation to remedy perceived problems in national legislation" and recommended that "the Government should undertake an urgent review of the law on trading in the streets and selling from door to door with a view to producing national legislation which reflects current conditions." (HL Paper 148, Session 2006-07) Motion agreed.

link

13/07/2010

720 c674

Canterbury City Council Bill. The Bill was brought from the Commons, the declaration of the agent having been deposited in accordance with Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of Bills). The Bill was read a first time

link

06/07/2010

720 c191-2

Canterbury City Council Bill. A message was brought from the Commons that they have considered the Lords message of 10 June and have made the following order: That the promoters of the Canterbury City Council Bill, which was originally introduced in this House in session 2007–08 on 22 January 2008, may have leave to proceed with the Bill in the current session according to the provisions of Standing Order 188B (Revival of bills).

link

05/07/2010

513 c121-43

Canterbury City Council Bill. Lords message (10 June) that the promoters of the Bill have leave to proceed with the Bill in the current Session according to the provisions of Standing Order 188B (Revival of bills). Debated with Nottingham City Council Bill. Motion debated and agreed to on question.

link

24/06/2010

512 c409

Canterbury City Council Bill. Motion that the Lords Message of 10 June relating to the revival motion be now considered. Objection taken. To be considered 5 July.

link

17/06/2010

511 c1001

Canterbury City Council Bill. Motion that the Lords Message of 10 June relating to the revival motion be now considered. Objection taken. To be considered 24 June.

link

10/06/2010

719 c746

City of Westminster Bill (HL). Canterbury City Council Bill. Leeds City Council Bill. Nottingham City Council Bill. Reading Borough Council Bill. Lords motions that the promoters should have leave to proceed with the bills in the current session in accordance with the provisions of Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of bills). Agreed to on question (formal).

link

27/11/2007

PB 1 2007-08

Canterbury City Council Bill. Petition deposited by Sharpe Pritchard (Vote).

link
Carers (Identification and Support) Bill 2010-12 top

23/03/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill. Order for second reading on 10 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 25 November.

18/03/2011

525 c667

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill. Motion for second reading. Objection taken. To be read a second time on 10 June.

link

31/01/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill. Order for second reading read and discharged. Bill to be read a second time on Friday 18 March 2011.

10/11/2010

Votes and Proceedings

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill. Order for second reading read and discharged. Bill to be read a second time Friday 4 February 2011. (Vote)

14/07/2010

Bill 55 2010-12

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill.

link

14/07/2010

513 c954-6

Carers (Identification and Support). Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 55 2010-12). To be read a second time on 12 November.

link
Carers and Employment Bill 2010-12 top

08/06/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Carers and Employment Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 9 September.

26/01/2011

Bill 136 2010-12

Carers and Employment Bill.

26/01/2011

522 c328-31

Carers and Employment. Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 136 2010-12). Bill to be read a second time on 17 June.

link
Charitable Healthcare Providers (Value Added Tax Relief) Bill 2010-12 top

15/06/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Charitable Healthcare Providers (Value Added Tax Relief) Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 20 January 2012.

08/03/2011

Bill 159 2010-12

Charitable Healthcare Providers (Value Added Tax Relief) Bill.

link

08/03/2011

524 c776-8

Charitable Healthcare Providers (Value Added Tax Relief). Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 159 2010-12). To be read a second time on 17 June.

link
Charities Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

27/06/2011

728 c1628

Charities Bill (HL). Reported from Joint Committee with amendments and recommitted to a Committee of the Whole House. (HL Bill 80 2010-12).

link

23/06/2011

HL Bill 80 2010-12

Charities bill (HL). As amended by the Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills. In two volumes.

link

23/06/2011

HL 168 2010-12; HC 1335 2010-12

Charities Bill (HL). Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills first report. (Lords Minutes).

05/05/2011

727 c637-52

Charities Bill (HL). Lords second reading debate. Agreed to on question and committed to the Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills.

link

03/03/2011

725 c1178

Charities Bill (HL). Lords presentation and first reading. (HL Bill 50 2010-12).

link

03/03/2011

HL Bill 50 2010-12

Charities Bill (HL). In two volumes.

link
Cheques Bill 2010-12 top

12/05/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Cheques Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 20 January 2012.

02/11/2010

Bill 101 2010-12

Cheques Bill. (vote).

02/11/2010

517 c792-4

Cheques. Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 101 2010-12). To be read a second time on 17 June 2011.

link
Children (Access to Parents) Bill 2010-12 top

30/06/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Children (Access to Parents) Bill. Order for second reading on 9 September read and discharged. To be read a second time on 25 November.

26/04/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Children (Access to Parents) Bill. Order for second reading on 13 May read and discharged. To be read a second time on 9 September.

29/03/2011

526 c184-8

Children (Access to Parents). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 174 2010-12). To be read a second time on 13 May.

link

29/03/2011

Bill 174 2010-12

Children (Access to Parents) Bill. (Vote)

City of Westminster Bill (HL) 2008-09 top

27/10/2010

Lords Minutes

City of Westminster Bill (HL). The Chairman of Committees informed the House that he had appointed Lord Geddes as a member of the Select Committee on the bill in place of the Earl of Onslow.

link

19/07/2010

Lords Minutes

City of Westminster Bill (HL). The Chairman of Committees reported that, in accordance with Private Business Standing Order 92 (Unopposed bill to be treated as opposed), any unopposed clauses of the bill should be considered by the Select Committee appointed on 8 July 2010 to consider the bill.

link

08/07/2010

720 c422

City of Westminster Bill (HL). The Chairman of Committees informed the House that, in accordance with Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of Bills), the bill had been deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments together with the declaration of the agent. The bill was presented and read a first time. It was then deemed to have been read a second time and committed to a Select Committee. The Chairman of Committees informed the House that he had appointed the following Lords to form the Select Committee on the bill: L Brougham and Vaux, V Craigavon, L Methuen, E Onslow, B Prosser (Chairman).

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06/07/2010

720 c191

City of Westminster Bill (HL). A message was brought from the Commons that they concur with the resolution of this House of 10 June.

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05/07/2010

513 c109-20

City of Westminster Bill (HL). Lords message (10 June) that the promoters have leave to proceed with the Bill in the current session in accordance with the provisions of Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of bills) debated and agreed to on question. Motion made, and Question proposed,"That this House concurs with the Lords in their Resolution.—(The First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means.)"

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24/06/2010

512 c409

City of Westminster Bill (Lords). Motion that the Lords Message of 10 June relating to the revival motion be now considered. Objection taken. To be considered 5 July.

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15/06/2010

511 c719

City of Westminster Bill (Lords). Motion that the Lords Message of 10 June relating to the revival motion be now considered. Objection taken. To be considered 24 June.

link

10/06/2010

719 c746

City of Westminster Bill (HL). Canterbury City Council Bill. Leeds City Council Bill. Nottingham City Council Bill. Reading Borough Council Bill. Lords motions that the promoters should have leave to proceed with the bills in the current session in accordance with the provisions of Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of bills). Agreed to on question (formal).

link

27/11/2008

PB 2 2008-09

City of Westminster Bill (HL). Petition deposited by Sharpe Pritchard. (vote).

Coinage (Measurement) Bill 2010-12 top

04/04/2011

HL Bill 63 2010-12

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Brought from the Commons. Explanatory Notes HL Bill 63-EN also published.

link

04/04/2011

726 c1528

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Brought from the Commons. Lords first reading. (HL Bill 63 2010-12).

link

01/04/2011

526 c648-54

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Report stage (formal). Third reading debate. Agreed to on question and Bill passed.

link

16/03/2011

PBC

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Committee stage first sitting (morning). Clauses 1 and 2 agreed to. Bill to be reported, without amendment.

link

04/02/2011

522 c1216-28

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Second Reading debate. Agreed to on question and committed to a Public Bill Committee.

link

30/06/2010

Bill 16 2010-12

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Explanatory notes also published (Bill 16-EN).

link

30/06/2010

512 c868

Coinage (Measurement) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 16 2010-12). To be read a second time on 4 February 2011.

link
Common Fisheries Policy (Withdrawal) Bill 2010-12 top

24/03/2011

Bill 171 2010-12

Common Fisheries Policy (Withdrawal) Bill. (Vote)

24/03/2011

525 c1132

Common Fisheries Policy (Withdrawal) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 171 2010-12). To be read a second time on 21 October.

link
Compensation (Limitation) Bill 2010-12 top

15/03/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Compensation (Limitation) Bill. Order for second reading on 18 March read and discharged. To be read a second time on 28 October.

21/10/2010

Bill 85 2010-12

Compensation (Limitation) Bill

21/10/2010

516 c1149-50

Compensation (Limitation) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 85 2010-12). To be read a second time on 18 March 2011.

link
Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill 2010-12 top

16/03/2011

525 c347

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill. Royal Assent notified 16 March 2011. CHAP 2 2011.

link

16/03/2011

Chap 2 2011

Appropriation Act 2011. Royal Assent notified 16 March 2011. Chap 2 2011.

link

09/03/2011

725 c153-4WS

I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No.2) Bill are compatible with the convention rights. A copy of the Statement has been placed in the Library of the House.

link

09/03/2011

725 c1614

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill. Lords second reading (formal). Committee negatived. Standing Order No 46 having been dispensed with, Lords third reading (formal). Passed.

link

08/03/2011

725 c1521

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill. Lords motion that Standing Order 46 (No two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) be dispensed with on Wednesday 9 March to allow the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill to be taken through its remaining stages that day. Agreed to on question (formal).

link

03/03/2011

725 c1273

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No.2) Bill. Brought from the Commons endorsed with the certificate of the Speaker that the Bill is a Money Bill. Lords first reading.

link

03/03/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill. Speaker's certificate that the Bill is a Money Bill within the meaning of the Parliament Act 1911.

02/03/2011

Bill 153 2010-12

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill.

link

02/03/2011

524 c402

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 153 2010-12). To be read a second time tomorrow.

link
Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill 2010-12 top

27/07/2010

CHAP 30 2010

Appropriation (No. 3) Act 2010.

link

27/07/2010

514 c914

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill; Finance Bill; Academies Bill (HL); Kent County Council (Filming on Highways) Bill (HL); Allhallows Staining Church Bill (HL). Royal Assent notified. CHAP 30 2010; CHAP 31 2010; CHAP 32 2010; Cap. iv and Cap. v.

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26/07/2010

720 c109WS

I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill are compatible with the convention rights. A copy of the Statement has been placed in the Library of the House.

link

26/07/2010

720 c1147

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill. Lords second reading (formal). Committee negatived. Standing Order No 47 having been dispensed with, Lords third reading (formal). Passed.

link

22/07/2010

720 c1071

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill. Finance Bill. Lords motion that Standing Order 46 (No two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) be dispensed with on Monday 26 July to allow the Consolidated Fund Bill and any Finance Bill brought from the Commons to be taken through all their remaining stages that day. Agreed to on question (formal).

link

20/07/2010

720 c946

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill. Brought from the Commons endorsed with the certificate of the Speaker that the Bill is a Money Bill. Lords first reading.

link

20/07/2010

514 c191

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill. Second reading. Agreed on question. Third reading. Agreed on question and Bill passed.

link

19/07/2010

514 c143

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 2 2010-12). To be read a second time tomorrow.

link

19/07/2010

Bill 2 2010-12

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill.

link
Consolidated Fund Bill 2010-12 top

21/12/2010

CHAP 39 2010

Consolidated Fund Bill. Royal Assent notified 21 December 2010. CHAP 39 2010. Explanatory notes also published.

link

21/12/2010

723 c1020

Consolidated Fund Bill. Lords second reading (formal). Committee negatived. Standing Order No 46 having been dispensed with, Lords third reading (formal). Passed.

link

21/12/2010

520 c1438

Consolidated Fund Bill; Identity Documents Bill; Loans to Ireland Bill. Royal Assent notified. CHAP 39 2010; CHAP 40 2010; CHAP 41 2010.

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21/12/2010

723 c174WS

I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund Bill are compatible with the convention rights. A copy of the Statement has been placed in the Library of the House.

link

16/12/2010

723 c731

Consolidated Fund Bill. Lords motion that Standing Order 46 (no two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) be dispensed with on 21 December to allow the Consolidated Fund Bill to be taken through its remaining stages that day. Agreed to on question (formal).

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13/12/2010

723 c402

Consolidated Fund Bill. Brought from the Commons endorsed with the certificate of the Speaker that the Bill is a Money Bill. Lords first reading.

link

08/12/2010

Bill 111 2010-12

Consolidated Fund Bill.

link

08/12/2010

520 c408

Consolidated Fund Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 111 2010-12). To be read a second time tomorrow.

link
Consumer Credit (Regulation and Advice) Bill 2010-12 top

04/02/2011

522 c1230

Consumer Credit (Regulation and Advice) Bill. Motion for second reading. Objection taken. Bill to be read a second time 14 October 2010.

link

03/11/2010

Bill 103 2010-12

Consumer Credit (Regulation and Advice) Bill.

link

03/11/2010

517 c948-50

Consumer Credit (Regulation and Advice). Motion for leave to bring in a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 103 2010-12). To be read a second time on 4 February 2011.

link
Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

15/06/2011

728 c789

Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill (HL). Lords second reading (formal). Committed to a Special Public Bill Committee.

link

08/06/2011

728 c275

Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill (HL). Lords motion that the bill be referred to a Second Reading Committee. Agreed to on question (formal).

link

16/05/2011

HL Bill 68 2010-12

Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill (HL). Explanatory Notes HL Bill 68-EN also published.

link

16/05/2011

528 c1-2WS

I am pleased to announce that having considered the response to the Treasury's targeted consultation on the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill, the Government have decided to take forward the proposed reforms, when parliamentary time permits. These reforms are based on the recommendations made by the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission in their 2009 report “Consumer Insurance Law: Pre-Contract Disclosure and Misrepresentation” (Law Com 319/Scot Law Com 219). The Bill will replace the requirement for consumers to volunteer information about everything which a “prudent insurer” would consider relevant with the requirement that insurers ask particular questions to obtain specific information about the customer. The current law and regulations on information disclosure are complex, and this Bill will provide protection for consumers and reduce costs for industry. The Bill is the result of lengthy consultation and has broad-based support from industry and consumer groups. The Bill will be subject to minor modifications to meet concerns raised during the consultation. A summary of the responses to the consultation, and the Government's response, has been placed in the Libraries of both Houses.

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16/05/2011

727 c63WS

My honourable friend the Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Mark Hoban) has today made the following Written Ministerial Statement. I am pleased to announce that having considered the response to the Treasury’s targeted consultation on the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill, the Government have decided to take forward the proposed reforms, when parliamentary time permits. These reforms are based on the recommendations made by the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission in their 2009 report Consumer Insurance Law: Pre-Contract Disclosure and Misrepresentation (Law Com 319/Scot Law Com 219). The Bill will replace the requirement for consumers to volunteer information about everything that a prudent insurer would consider relevant with the requirement that insurers ask particular questions to obtain specific information about the customer. The current law and regulations on information disclosure are complex, and this Bill will provide protection for consumers and reduce costs for industry. The Bill is the result of lengthy consultation and has broad-based support from industry and consumer groups. The Bill will be subject to minor modifications to meet concerns raised during the consultation. A summary of the responses to the consultation, and the Government’s response, has been placed in the Libraries of both Houses.

link

16/05/2011

727 c1146

Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill (HL). A Bill to make provision for disclosure and representations in connection with consumer insurance contracts. Presentation and first reading (HL Bill 68).

link
Consumer Protection (Postal Marketing) Bill 2010-12 top

23/03/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Consumer Protection (Postal Marketing) Bill. Order for second reading on 17 June read and discharged. To be read a second time on 9 September.

19/01/2011

Bill 134 2010-12

Consumer Protection (Postal Marketing) Bill.

19/01/2011

521 c857-9

Consumer Protection (Postal Marketing). Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 134 2010-12). To be read a second time on 17 June.

link
Consumer Protection (Private Car Parks) Bill 2010-12 top

13/05/2011

527 c1535-6

Consumer Protection (Private Car Parks) Bill. Second reading debate. Debate adjourned. To be resumed on 21 October.

link

13/01/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Consumer Protection (Private Car Parks) Bill. Order for second reading on 4 February read and dischrged. To be read a second time 13 May 2011.

30/11/2010

Bill 114 2010-12

Consumer Protection (Private Car Parks) Bill.

link

30/11/2010

519 c690-2

Consumer Protection (Private Car Parks). Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 114 2010-12). To be read a second time on 4 February 2011.

link
Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL) 2010-12 top

01/04/2011

526 c712

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Motion made that the Bill be now read a second time. Objection taken. To be read a second time on 21 October.

link

11/02/2011

523 c672

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Motion for second reading. Objection taken. Bill to be read a second time 1 April 2011.

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19/11/2010

Votes and Proceedings

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Order for second reading read and discharged. To be read a second time 11 February 2011.

17/11/2010

Votes and proceedings

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Presentation and first reading. Bill to be read a second time Friday 3 December 2010.

17/11/2010

Bill 109 2010-12

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Brought from the Lords.

17/11/2010

722 c782

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Lords third reading (formal). Privilege amendment made. Passed and sent to the Commons.

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10/11/2010

722 c200

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL). Lords motion that order of commitment be discharged. Agreed to on question (formal).

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16/06/2010

HL 8 2010-11

Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Select Committee. 1st report on Academies Bill (HL); Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL); Defamation Bill (HL); Dog Control Bill (HL); House of Lords Reform Bill (HL); Marine Navigation Aids Bill (HL); Re-Export Controls Bill (HL).

26/05/2010

HL Bill 6 2010-12

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL).

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26/05/2010

719 c26

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) Bill (HL) 2010-12. Lords presentation and first reading.

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Council Housing (Local Financing Pathfinders) Bill 2010-12 top

11/02/2011

523 c672

Council Housing (Local Financing Pathfinders) Bill. Motion for second reading. Objection taken. Bill to be read a second time 1 April 2011.

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21/01/2011

521 c1198

Council Housing (Local Financing Pathfinders) Bill. Motion for second reading. Objection taken. To be read a second time 11 February 2011.

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08/12/2010

Bill 124 2010-12

Council Housing (Local Financing Pathfinders) Bill.

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08/12/2010

520 c320-2

Council Housing (Local Financing Pathfinders). Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 124 2010-12). To be read a second time on 21 January 2011.

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Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill 2010-12 top

10/06/2011

529 c465

Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill. Motion made that the Bill be now read a second time. Objection taken. To be read a second time on 21 October.

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19/01/2011

Votes and Proceedings

Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill. Order for second reading read and discharged. Bill to be read a second time on Friday 10 June 2011.

19/11/2010

518 c1242

Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill. Order for second reading read. Objection taken. To be read a second time 21 January 2011.

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21/07/2010

Bill 61 2010-12

Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill.

21/07/2010

514 c372-3

Credit Regulation (Child Pornography) Bill. Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed on question. Presentation and first reading. Bill to be read a second time 19 November 2010 and to be printed (Bill 61).

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Criminal Justice (Amendment) Bill 2010-12 top

16/02/2011

Bill 150 2010-12

Criminal Justice (Amendment) Bill

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16/02/2011

523 c970-2

Criminal Justice (Amendment) . Motion for leave to introduce a Bill. Agreed to on question. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 150 2010-12). To be read a second time on Friday 15 May.

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Criminal Records (Public Access) Bill 2010-12 top

13/05/2011

527 c1501-18

Criminal Records (Public Access) Bill. Second reading debate. Motion that the Bill be read a second time withdrawn. Bill withdrawn.

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21/10/2010

Bill 90 2010-12

Criminal Records (Public Access) Bill. Withdrawn 13 May 2011.

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21/10/2010

516 c1150

Criminal Records (Public Access) Bill. Presentation and first reading. (Bill 90 2010-12). To be read a second time on 13 May 2011.

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