Monday, 6 November 2000
asked Her Majesty's Government: What representations have been received on the timing and content of the consumer Bill; when these representations were received; and from whom.
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they are able to give an approximate estimate of the number of committees existing under the auspices of the National Health Service.
asked the Leader of the House : Whether she has any plans to reduce the number of hours for which it is necessary for the House to sit in Committee next Session.
asked Her Majesty's Government: What were the results of the human rights dialogue held between the United Kingdom and China in October.
My Lords, at a convenient moment after 3.30 p.m. my noble friend Lady Hayman will, with the leave of the House, repeat a Statement which is being made in another place on flooding and flood defence.
My Lords, I beg to move the Motion standing in my name on the Order Paper. Moved, That the promoters of the Bill have leave to suspend any further proceedings thereon in order to proceed with it,...
Report received. Clause 1 [Offences relating to fur farming]:
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 Falconer of Thoroton.)
My Lords, with the leave of the House, I should like to repeat a Statement which has been made in another place by my honourable friend Elliot Morley. The Statement is as follows: "With...
House again in Committee on Clause 1.
rose to ask Her Majesty's Government how they consider the arts and entertainment are keeping pace with advances towards a multicultural society in the United Kingdom. My Lords, perhaps I may...
House again in Committee.
(" .--(1) A person who is a Minister of the Government of Ireland, or of a Commonwealth country, has no power to make, confirm or approve any subordinate legislation, or to do any act so far as...
A message was brought from the Commons, that they have made the following orders to which they desire the concurrence of this House: That the promoters of the Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill...
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