Monday, 6 June 2005
asked Her Majesty's Government: What further initiatives they have in mind to promote the application of clean coal technology.
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they are satisfied with all aspects of the arrangements made for Armed Forces personnel and their families to be able to vote on 5 May.
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they are satisfied with progress at the 2005 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference.
asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they are still committed to independent living for disabled people.
My Lords, I beg to introduce a Bill to make new provision relating to admission to borough freedom. I beg to move that this Bill be now read a first time. Moved, That the Bill be now read a first...
My Lords, with the leave of the House, I beg to move en bloc the four Motions standing in my name on the Order Paper. Constitution Committee Moved, That a Select Committee be appointed to examine...
My Lords, as the House will know, my right honourable friend the Foreign Secretary is making a Statement today on the EU Constitutional Treaty. With the leave of the House, it will be repeated...
rose to move, That this House takes note of the report of the European Union Committee on Future Financing of the European Union (6th Report, Session 2004–05, HL Paper 62).
My Lords, with the leave of the House, I shall now repeat a Statement made by the Foreign Secretary in another place. The Statement is as follows: "With permission, Mr Speaker, I should like to...
rose to move, That this House takes note of the report of the Select Committee on the Constitution on Parliament and the Legislative Process (14th Report, Session 2003–04, HL Paper 173).
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