House of Lords debates

Tuesday, 14 February 2006

  • Home Information Packs

    18 speeches

    asked Her Majesty's Government: Why the planned home information packs do not inform house buyers if their new home has been built on a contaminated land site.

  • Arms Trade Treaty

    18 speeches

    asked Her Majesty's Government: What preparations they are making for the drafting of an arms trade treaty; and whether they propose that negotiations should take place at the United Nations...

  • Identity Cards

    12 speeches

    asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they intend to include residents of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic in a compulsory identity card register and identity card scheme; and, if so,...

  • EU: Food Packaging

    16 speeches

    asked Her Majesty's Government: What steps they will take to preserve the traditional measurement of milk in pints, in the light of proposed harmonisation of food packaging in the European Union.

  • Terrorism (Northern Ireland) Bill

    Read a third time, and passed.

  • Transport (Wales) Bill

    2 speeches

    Read a third time.

  • Child Protection: Shaken Baby Syndrome

    12 speeches

    My Lords, with the leave the House, I wish to make a Statement announcing the outcome of my review of shaken baby syndrome cases and to make the House aware of new guidance relating to expert...

  • Work and Families Bill

    11 speeches

    My Lords, I beg to move that this Bill be now read a second time. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to introduce this Bill to the House. It is significant legislation and it will enhance...

  • Child Support Agency

    7 speeches

    rose to ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to improve the effectiveness of the Child Support Agency. My Lords, I am very pleased to have the opportunity to introduce a debate...

  • Identity Cards Bill

    Returned from the Commons with certain amendments disagreed to but with amendments proposed in lieu thereof, with certain other amendments disagreed to with reasons for such disagreement, and...

What is this?

Debates in the House of Lords are an opportunity for Peers from all parties (and crossbench peers, and Bishops) to scrutinise government legislation and raise important local, national or topical issues.

And sometimes to shout at each other.

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