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Written Answers — Privy Council: House of Lords Reform (11 Mar 2003)

Mrs Anne Campbell: To ask the President of the Council what representations he has received arising from the recent votes on the reform of the House of Lords.

Written Answers — Privy Council: House of Lords Reform (11 Mar 2003)

David Heath: To ask the President of the Council he will make a statement on progress towards House of Lords reform.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Lord Chancellor (Pension Arrangements) (11 Mar 2003)

Gregory Barker: To ask the President of the Council when the Lord Chancellor's pension arrangements were last reviewed.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Lord Chancellor (Pension Arrangements) (11 Mar 2003)

David Willetts: To ask the President of the Council what the value is of the national pension funds that would be required to pay the Lord Chancellor's pension calculated on the basis of (a) the salary resulting from the recommendations of the report No. 54 of the Senior Salaries Review Body and (b) the reduced salary which the Lord Chancellor has indicated that he would accept.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Lord Chancellor (Pension Arrangements) (11 Mar 2003)

David Willetts: To ask the President of the Council whether the Lord Chancellor's pension will be based on the full salary he has been awarded from 1 April.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Sitting Hours (11 Mar 2003)

Ben Chapman: To ask the President of the Council if he will make a statement on the sitting hours of the House.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Peers (Convictions) (11 Mar 2003)

Gordon Prentice: To ask the President of the Council what discussions he has had with the Lord Chancellor concerning the appropriateness of peers convicted of an offence resulting in imprisonment (a) retaining their title and (b) retaining their membership of the House of Lords; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Public Funding (11 Mar 2003)

Tony Wright: To ask the President of the Council how much public funding the Conservative Party has received since 1997.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Smoking ( 6 Mar 2003)

Chris Grayling: To ask the President of the Council what policy his Department has adopted on smoking in the workplace.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Privy Council Office ( 5 Mar 2003)

David Laws: To ask the President of the Council for what reasons there was a change in staffing of the Privy Council Office between 1998–99 and 2002–03; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Ministerial Cars (24 Feb 2003)

Brian H Donohoe: To ask the President of the Council (1) what progress has been made in the last three years in replacing (a) his and (b) his predecessor's ministerial car on a lower emission basis; and what type of (i) power unit and (ii) fuel each car used by him and his predecessor in the course of his ministerial duties used; (2) at what annual rate he or his predecessor has replaced his ministerial...

Written Answers — Privy Council: Mileage Allowance (13 Feb 2003)

Norman Baker: To ask the President of the Council what total number of miles was claimed by hon. Members under the mileage allowance scheme in each year since 1997, broken down by journeys to and from (a) their constituency and London, (b) their homes and London and (c) other places; and what the total cost was in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Lord Chancellor (Pension Arrangements) (12 Feb 2003)

Norman Baker: To ask the President of the Council if the Lord Chancellor will make it his policy to end the arrangement whereby holders of his office receive pension arrangements which exceed the ceiling for tax relief proposed in the Government's Green Paper on pensions

Written Answers — Privy Council: E-mail Addresses (12 Feb 2003)

Tim Yeo: To ask the President of the Council by what e-mail address members of the public may contact him; and for each e-mail address if he will state (a) the date it became active and (b) the number of e-mails received in each month since activation

Written Answers — Privy Council: Online Sales/Purchaes (12 Feb 2003)

Tim Yeo: To ask the President of the Council what (a) products, (b) goods and (c) services were bought online by his Department in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions ( 6 Feb 2003)

Andrew MacKinlay: To ask the President of the Council if he will make it Government policy that Ministers give holding replies to non-named day questions if a substantive reply is not possible within 10 days of tabling.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Departmental Travel ( 6 Feb 2003)

Simon Burns: To ask the President of the Council how many times since 2001 he has taken flights within his departmental duties in the UK; how many of these were (a) charter flights, (b) first or club class and (c) by helicopter; and who accompanied the Minister on each trip.

Written Answers — Privy Council: House Timetable ( 4 Feb 2003)

Nicholas Winterton: To ask the President of the Council what further changes to the standard timetable of the House he plans in 2003.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Sitting Hours ( 4 Feb 2003)

Mr Simon Thomas: To ask the President of the Council what assessment he has made of the impact of the House's new hours on scrutiny of Government business.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Pre-legislative Scrutiny ( 4 Feb 2003)

Fiona Mactaggart: To ask the President of the Council what representations he has made to ministerial colleagues on pre-legislative scrutiny during the present session.


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