Results 141–160 of 215 for department:privycouncil

Written Answers — Privy Council: Li Ruihuan ( 2 Jul 2002)

Ian Gibson: To ask the President of the Council what representations concerning the situation in Tibet he made to Li Ruihuan, Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, during Chairman Li's recent visit to the UK; and what response he received.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions ( 2 Jul 2002)

Alan Beith: To ask the President of the Council what recent assessment he has made of the performance of Government Departments in providing timely answers to written parliamentary questions; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Members' Travel Costs (17 Jun 2002)

John Mann: To ask the President of the Council what percentage of hon. Members' UK travel costs were for travel (a) by car, (b) by rail and (c) by aeroplane in the last financial year for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Members of Parliament (Personal Data) (13 Jun 2002)

Eric Forth: To ask the President of the Council what information is held by his Department on each hon. Member in relation to (a) personal relationships, both current and past, (b) financial status and dealings, (c) connections with companies and interest groups, (d) connections with Governments and (e) published works; and what was held in January 2002.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Programme Motions (11 Jun 2002)

Nicholas Winterton: To ask the President of the Council what recent representations he has received about the working of programme motions on legislation.

Written Answers — Privy Council: House of Lords Reform (11 Jun 2002)

David Taylor: To ask the President of the Council what representations he has received from campaigning organisations following his statement on 13 May to the House on Lords reform.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Proceedings (Access) (11 Jun 2002)

Julie Morgan: To ask the President of the Council what proposals he plans to put to the Select Committee on Modernisation of the House of Commons relating to making proceedings in the House more accessible to visually disabled people.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Terminology (11 Jun 2002)

Chris Bryant: To ask the President of the Council if he will bring forward proposals to reform the use of parliamentary terminology in the business of the House.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Disqualification (11 Jun 2002)

Andrew MacKinlay: To ask the President of the Council if he will introduce legislation providing for parity of treatment between Members of both Houses in relation to disqualification following imprisonment consequent upon criminal conviction.

Written Answers — Privy Council: People's Peers (11 Jun 2002)

Gordon Prentice: To ask the President of the Council when the House of Lords Appointments Commission is to embark on its proposed road shows to encourage applications from putative people's peers.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Legislation (11 Jun 2002)

Graham Allen: To ask the President of the Council if he will ensure that each new Bill undergoes pre- legislative scrutiny similar to that of the Communications Bill.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Travel (11 Jun 2002)

Graham Allen: To ask the President of the Council if he will ask the Commission to amend the rules concerning spouse warrants to enable hon. Members' families to travel more often.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Special Advisers (10 Jun 2002)

Andrew Tyrie: To ask the President of the Council on how many occasions between 31 March 2001 and 31 March 2002 (a) departmental and (b) non-departmental special advisers have travelled abroad in an official capacity; what places were visited; and how much each visit cost.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions (10 Jun 2002)

Andrew Turner: To ask the President of the Council what proportion of ordinary written questions for his Department were answered within a week of tabling in each month since June 2001; and what proportion of questions for named day received a substantive answer on that day in each month since June 2001.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Joint Committee on the Communications Bill (10 Jun 2002)

Graham Allen: To ask the President of the Council how many e-mail responses have been received by the mediator of the pre-legislative scrutiny regarding the Joint Committee on the Communications Bill's first session of evidence taking; how they have been acknowledged; and if he will make a statement on how successful the pilot has been.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions (22 May 2002)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the President of the Council what formula is used to determine the average cost of answering a parliamentary question.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Members' Pensions ( 7 May 2002)

Chris Ruane: To ask the President of the Council if he will make a statement on progress made on hon. Members' pensions.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Overtime Payments ( 2 May 2002)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council what his policy is on overtime payments for staff in his Department.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions ( 2 May 2002)

Tim Yeo: To ask the President of the Council if he will list the written questions asked of him between (a) 1 to 30 June 2001, (b) 1 to 31 July 2001, (c) 1 to 30 September 2001, (d) 1 to 31 October 2001, (e) 1 to 30 November 2001, (f) 1 to 31 December 2001, (g) 1 to 31 January 2002, (h) 1 to 28 February 2002, (i) 1 to 31 March 2002 and (j) 1 to 30 April 2002 that had not received a substantive answer...

Written Answers — Privy Council: Public Information (30 Apr 2002)

Julie Morgan: To ask the President of the Council what proposals he plans to put before the Select Committee on Modernisation of the House of Commons for improving the system of public information relating to proceedings in the House.


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