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Peers discuss ways of tackling fuel poverty
Developments in UK-China relationship in the spotlight
How are armed forces protected from legal challenges?
Will government review supervision of security services?
Transport, including Topical questions
Leader of the House
Standardised packaging of tobacco products
Commemoration of the First World War
Newborn mothers and Group B Streptococcus bacterial infection
(i) Fifth report of the Energy and Climate Change Committee – Energy prices, Profits and Poverty, HC 108, 2013-14 (ii) Fourth report of the Transport Committee – Cost of motor insurance: whiplash, HC 117, 2013-14
to consider the Bill
Readiness for Individual Electoral Registration - Jenny Watson, Chair, Electoral Commission, Peter Wardle, Chief Executive, Electoral Commission and Phil Thompson, Research and Evaluation Manager, Electoral Commission; Ciaran Martin, Constitution Director and Senior Responsible Owner for the Electoral Registration Transformation Programme, Cabinet Office and Colin Dingwall, Programme Director, Electoral Registration Transformation Programme, Cabinet Office
Regulations to implement the access to redress schemes for owners of leaseholder properties
Appointing a scientist to the Professional Standards Authority
Ensuring people with mental health problems get the help they need to meet the cost of living
'Tackling Genital Mutilation in the UK' by the Royal College of Nursing
The UK's relationship with China
Reviewing the supervision of the security services
Protecting the armed forces from vulnerability to legal challenge
The House of Lords’s plans to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta
The situation of women in the Middle East after the events of the Arab Spring
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Helsinki +40 discussions
The use of commencement orders
Situation in Sudan and the implications for the citizens of the Republic of South Sudan
Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals concerning the education of women and girls in developing countries
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