Deposited papers

Deposited papers are placed in either the House of Commons or the House of Lords Library by a minister or the Speaker. The majority of deposited papers are placed by ministers in reply to parliamentary questions.

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DEP2012-1249
18-07-2012 Commons  Communities and Local Government 

I. Letter dated 18/07/2012 from Greg Clark MP to Deposited Papers Clerk regarding deposited paper for the Library of the House. 1 p. II. Policy statement for part 2 of the Localism Act 2011. 30 p. III. Part 2 of the Localism Act 2011. Questions and answers. 5 p. IV. Consultation on the proposed policy statement for part 2 of the Localism Act 2011. Summary of consultation responses and the Government response. 28 p.

Corporate Author: Communities and Local Government, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

DEP2012-1214
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Foreign and Commonwealth Office 

British Council annual report 2011-12. 108 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: British Council

DEP2012-1215
17-07-2012 Commons  Department for Work and Pensions 

Small pots and automatic transfers. Impact assessment. 25 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department for Work and Pensions

DEP2012-1216
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Department for Education 

I. Replacing LACSEG: funding academies and local authorities for the functions that devolve to academies. 15 p. II. Consultation on the proposed decision on the calculation and recovery arrangements for the Academies Funding Transfer for 2011-12 and 2012-13. Government response. 12 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department for Education

DEP2012-1217
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Cabinet Office 

Consultation principles. 3 p.

WMS

DEP2012-1221
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Communities and Local Government 

I. Business rates retention scheme. Pooling prospectus. 21 p. II. A plain English guide to business rates retention. Local Government Finance Bill. 5 p. III. Business rates retention. A step-by-step guide. 8 p. IV. Payments by parish and community council and charter trusts. Consultation paper. 38 p. V. Business rates retention. Technical consultation. Consultation paper. 252 p. VI. Business rates retention technical consultation: equality statement. 10 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Communities and Local Government

DEP2012-1222
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Prime Minister 

Military medals review [Sir John Holmes review]. 70 p.

WMS

DEP2012-1223
17-07-2012 Commons  Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 

I. Dear Colleague letter dated 17/07/2012 from Mark Prisk MP regarding document for deposit in the House Libraries. 1 p. II. One in, one-out: fourth statement of new regulation. 30 p.

Corporate Author: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

DEP2012-1224
17-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Cabinet Office 

Individual electoral registration: implementing the chance 2012-2016. 14 p.

WMS

DEP2012-1225
17-07-2012 Lords  Foreign and Commonwealth Office 

Letter [undated] from Lord Howell of Guildford to Lord Williams of Elvel regarding the Falkland Islands. 2 p.

Corporate Author: Foreign and Commonwealth Office

DEP2012-1199
16-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Ministry of Justice 

Table showing inquests into service deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan a) pre 16 May 2006, b) between 16 May 2006 and 31 March 2007, c) since 1 April 2007, d) inquests of deaths of service personnel in Afghanistan repatriated to RAF Brize Norton since 1 September 2011, e) service deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan for which there was no formal inquest, f) service personnel overseas (not Iraq or Afghanistan) repatriated through RAF Brize Norton and g) civilians who died in Iraq repatriated via RAF Brize Norton between March 2003 and July 2005. 73 p.

WMS

DEP2012-1200
16-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Department of Health 

Sector regulation: update on plans for consultation and implementation. 30 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department of Health

DEP2012-1203
16-07-2012 Lords  Treasury 

Statement under section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998 on provisions of the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Bill being compatible with Convention rights. 1 p.

WMS

DEP2012-1204
16-07-2012 Lords  Whips Office 

Letter dated 16/07/2012 from Baroness Stowell of Beeston to Baroness Finlay of Llandaff regarding London 2012: air ambulance provision. 1 p.

Corporate Author: Whips Office

DEP2012-1201
16-07-2012 Commons, Lords  Foreign and Commonwealth Office 

Afghanistan monthly progress report: June 2012. 6 p.

WMS

Corporate Author: Department for International Development, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Ministry of Defence

DEP2012-1205
16-07-2012 Commons  Ministry of Justice 

Letter dated 16/07/2012 from Kenneth Clarke MP to Lord Boswell regarding six monthly update: joint Ministry of Justice-Home Office report to Parliament on the JHA opt-in. 2 p.

Corporate Author: Ministry of Justice

DEP2012-1206
16-07-2012 Commons  Attorney General 

Letter dated 08/07/2012 from Edward Garnier QC MP to Priti Patel MP regarding trade union activity in the Law Officers' Departments. 2 p.

PQ 107425, PQ 107426, and PQ 107427

Corporate Author: Attorney General

DEP2012-1207
16-07-2012 Lords  Department of Health 

Perinatel mortality 2009. 100 p.

PQ HL1520 and PQ HL1521

Corporate Author: Centre for Maternal and Child Enquiries

DEP2012-1209
16-07-2012 Commons  Department of Health 

Standardised packaging for tobacco products. Impact assessment. 33 p.

PQ 117117

Corporate Author: Department of Health

DEP2012-1210
16-07-2012 Commons  Department of Health 

Tables showing distribution of UK general and personal medical services earnings and expenses 2004/5 to 2009/10. 2 p.

PQ 116835

Corporate Author: Health and Social Care Information Centre

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