House of Lords debates
Thursday, 20 January 2000
- Prison Service: Complementary Therapies (4 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: Why homoeopathy and healing are not on the approved list of complementary therapies which may be offered within prisons.
- Housing Benefit (10 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: What opinion they have formed about the effect of the shared residence requirement in housing benefit for those aged under 25.
- Asylum Seekers: Accommodation (22 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: What arrangements are being made between the Home Office and local authorities in Scotland for accommodating asylum seekers who have arrived in the south of England.
- Influenza (29 speeches)
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether, in the light of the influenza epidemic, they will reconsider their decision not to allow Relenza to be prescribed on the National Health Service.
- Trustee Bill [H.L.] (1 speech)
My Lords, I beg to introduce a Bill to amend the law relating to trustees and persons having the investment powers of trustees; and for connected purposes. I beg to move that the Bill be now read...
- Copyright and Trade Marks Bill [H.L.] (1 speech)
My Lords, I beg to introduce a Bill to amend the law relating to copyright and trade marks; to impose a duty not to imitate features of goods or services; and to extend the powers of certain...
- Local Government Bill [H.L.] (1 speech)
My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing on the Order Paper in the name of my noble friend Lord Whitty. Moved, That it be an instruction to the Committee of the Whole House to whom the Local...
- Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill [H.L.] (62 speeches)
My Lords, I beg to move that the House do now resolve itself into Committee on this Bill. Moved, That the House do now resolve itself into Committee.--(Lord Williams of Mostyn.)
- Representation of the People Bill (0 speeches)
Brought from the Commons; read a first time, and to be printed.
- Children's Refuges (12 speeches)
My Lords, as proceedings on the Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill have been curtailed, the time available for this evening's Unstarred Question increases from one hour to one-and-a-half...