House of Commons Public Bill List

Friday 11th April 2014

* indicates a Government Bill, § indicates a Bill not yet printed

GOVERNMENT BILLS

Title of Bill

Member in charge

Progress

Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing [7] [93] [163]

Secretary Theresa May

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 12)

Care [Lords] [123] [168]

Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Passed, with Amendments, Tues., 11 March

Children and Families [5] [171]

Secretary Michael Gove

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 6)

Carried-over Bill, amended in the Public Bill Committee in the previous Session.

Consumer Rights [161] [180]

Secretary Vince Cable

Committed to a Public Bill Committee, Tues., 28 January

Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies [Lords] [181]

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

Passed, without Amendment, Mon., 17 March

Criminal Justice and Courts [169] [192]

Secretary Chris Grayling

Committed to a Public Bill Committee, Mon., 24 February

Defence Reform [84] [118] [197]

Secretary Phillip Hammond

Lords Amendments to be considered, Tues., 29 April

Deregulation [162] [191]

Mr Oliver Letwin

Committed to a Public Bill Committee, Mon., 3 February

Energy [4] [133]

Secretary Edward Davey

Royal Assent, Wed., 18 December 2013

Carried-over Bill, amended in the Public Bill Committee in the previous Session.

(c.32)

European Union (Approvals) [Lords] [119]

Secretary Maria Miller

Royal Assent, Thurs., 30 January (c. 3)

Finance [1] [18]

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

Royal Assent, Wed., 17 July 2013

Carried-over Bill, not amended in Committee (Clauses 1, 3, 16, 184, 200 to 212; Schedules 3 and 41; any new Clauses, and any new Schedules, first appearing on the Order Paper not later than Tuesday 16 April 2013 and relating to tax measures concerning housing; and any new Clauses, and any new Schedules, relating to value added tax or the bank levy or air passenger duty or the subject matter of Clauses 1 and 16 and Schedule 3 or the subject matter of Clause 3 or the subject matter of Clauses 203 to 212 and Schedule 41); committed to a Public Bill Committee (remainder of Bill).

(c. 29)

Finance (No. 2) [190]

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

Not amended, to lie upon the Table, 9 Apr. (Clauses 1, 5 to 7, 11, 72 to 74 and 112 and Schedule 1); committed to a Public Bill Committee, 1 Apr. (remainder of Bill).

Financial Services (Banking Reform) [2] [142]

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

Royal Assent, Wed., 18 December 2013

Carried-over Bill, amended in the Public Bill Committee in the previous Session.

(c. 33)

Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) [8] [185]

Secretary Maria Miller

Lords Amendment agreed to, Wed., 26 March

High Speed Rail (London - West Midlands) [132]

Secretary Patrick McLoughlin

Awaiting 2nd Reading

High Speed Rail (Preparation) [10] [96]

Secretary Patrick McLoughlin

Royal Assent, Thurs., 21 November 2013

Carried-over Bill, not amended in Committee (Clauses 1, 3, 16, 184, 200 to 212; Schedules 3 and 41; any new Clauses, and any new Schedules, first appearing on the Order Paper not later than Tuesday 16 April 2013 and relating to tax measures concerning housing; and any new Clauses, and any new Schedules, relating to value added tax or the bank levy or air passenger duty or the subject matter of Clauses 1 and 16 and Schedule 3 or the subject matter of Clause 3 or the subject matter of Clauses 203 to 212 and Schedule 41); committed to a Public Bill Committee (remainder of Bill).

(c. 31)

Immigration [110] [128]

Secretary Theresa May

Passed, Thurs., 30 January

Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers [Lords] [172]

Secretary Chris Grayling

Passed, without Amendment, Wed., 26 March

Intellectual Property [Lords] [102] [166]

Secretary Vince Cable

Commons Amendments agreed to, Wed., 2 April

Local Audit and Accountability [Lords] [101] [129]

Secretary Eric Pickles

Royal Assent, Thurs., 30 January (c. 2)

Marriage (Same Sex Couples) [3] [94]

Secretary Maria Miller

Royal Assent, Wed., 17 July 2013

Carried-over Bill, not amended in the Public Bill Committee in the previous Session.

(c. 30)

Mesothelioma [Lords] [100]

Secretary Iain Duncan Smith

Royal Assent, Thurs., 30 January (c. 1)

National Insurance Contributions [112]

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 7)

Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) [9] [179]

Secretary Theresa Villiers

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 13)

Offender Rehabilitation [Lords] [88] [138]

Secretary Chris Grayling

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 11)

Pensions [6] [91] [183]

Secretary Iain Duncan Smith

Lords Amendment not insisted on, Wed., 9 April

Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) [178]

Sajid Javid

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 5)

Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) [86]

Greg Clark

Royal Assent, Wed., 17 July 2013 (c. 28)

Transparency of Lobbying, Non-party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration [97] [108] [158]

Mr Andrew Lansley

Royal Assent, Thurs., 30 January (c. 4)

Wales [186]

Secretary David Jones

Committee, Wed., 30 April

Water [82] [146] [201]

Secretary Owen Paterson

Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, Wed., 9 April

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BILLS

Title of Bill

Member in charge

Progress

Access to Mental Health Services [106]

Mr Michael Thornton

Not moved

§

Additional Charges for Utility Bills Not Paid by Direct Debit (Limits) [173]

Robert Halfon

Lapsed

§

Adventure and Gap Year Activity Companies (Accreditation and Inspection) [157]

Kate Green

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Agricultural Accidents (Records) [200]

Bill Wiggin

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Alan Turing (Statutory Pardon) [Lords] [124]

Mr John Leech

Withdrawn

§

Animal Welfare (Electronic Collars) [159]

Dr Matthew Offord

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts) [17]

Andrew Gwynne

Withdrawn

§

Armed Forces (Prevention of Discrimination) [71]

Thomas Docherty

2nd Reading, Fri., 9 May

Asylum Seekers (Return to Nearest Safe Country) [36]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Asylum (Time Limit) [61]

Mr Christopher Chope

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

BBC Licence Fee (Civil Debt) [46]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

BBC Privatisation [57]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

Benefit Claimants (Automatic Transfer to Alternative Benefits) [125]

John Hemming

Withdrawn

Benefit Entitlement (Restriction) [62]

Mr Christopher Chope

Held over

§

Brown Hare (Protection) [184]

Sir John Randall

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Capital Punishment [40]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

Causing Death by Driving Whilst Disqualified [140]

Rehman Chisti

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Charitable Status for Religious Institutions [52]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

Child Maltreatment [23]

Mr Mark Williams

Not moved

Citizenship (Armed Forces) [13]

Jonathan Lord

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 8)

§

Collection of Nationality Data [65]

Mr Christopher Chope

Lapsed

Communication Support (Deafness) [24]

Sir Malcom Bruce

Not moved

Communications (Unsolicited Telephone Calls and Texts) [21]

Mike Crockart

Not moved

§

Community Hospitals [151]

Charlie Elphicke

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Contaminated Blood (Support for Infected and Bereaved Persons) [187]

Mr Tom Clarke

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Control of Offshore Wind Turbines [68]

Mr Christopher Chope

Adjourned debate on 2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Co-operative and Social Enterprise (Development) [179]

Jim Dobbin

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Coroners and Justice (Amendment) [113]

Sir Paul Beresford

Not moved

Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) [120]

Geraint Davies

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Credit Union (Armed Forces) [148]

Mr Gareth Thomas

Lapsed

§

Decarbonisation [141]

Ian Murray

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Deep Sea Mining [14] [156]

Sheryll Murray

Agreed to by the Lords, Tues., 18 March

Delivery Surcharges (Transparency for Consumers) [19]

Sir Robert Smith

Not moved

§

Department of Energy and Climate Change (Abolition) [49]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

Descendants of Deceased Adopted People (Access to Information) [116]

Nick de Bois

Withdrawn

§

Domestic Violence (Legal Framework) [176]

Mr Elfyn Llwyd

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Drink Driving (Repeat Offenders) [85]

Rehman Chisti

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Driving Offences (Review of Sentencing Guidelines) [152]

Susan Elan Jones

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Driving Whilst Disqualified (Repeat Offenders) [139]

Rehman Chisti

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Drug Driving (Assessment of Drug Misuse) [20]

Graham Evans

Not moved

Education (Information Sharing) [26]

Andrew Selous

Not moved

§

Electoral Register (Access to Public Services) [95]

Siobhain McDonagh

2nd Reading, Fri., 13 June

Electronic Patient Records (Continuity of Care) [134]

George Freeman

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Employment Opportunities [69]

Mr Christopher Chope

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Energy Demand Reduction [150]

Sir Andrew Stunell

Not moved

§

Energy in Buildings [188]

Martin Caton

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Equality and Diversity (Reform) [43]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

European Communities Act 1972 (Repeal) [33]

Mr Philip Hollobone

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

EU Membership (Audit of Costs and Benefits) [70]

Mr Christopher Chope

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

European Union (Referendum) [11]

James Wharton

Passed, Fri., 29 November 2013

Executive Pay and Remuneration [105]

Thomas Docherty

Not moved

Extension of Franchise (House of Lords) [Lords] [111]

Stephen Pound

Not moved

Face Coverings (Prohibition) [31]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Adjourned debate on 2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Fishing Grounds and Territorial Waters (Repatriation) [38]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

Flooding Prevention for New Developments [167]

Mr Mark Spencer

Withdrawn

§

Football Governance [80]

Damian Collins

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Football Governance (No. 2) [198]

Damian Collins

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Foreign Aid Ring-Fencing (Abolition) [51]

Mr Peter Bone

Lapsed

Foreign Nationals (Access to Public Services) [66]

Mr Christopher Chope

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Foreign National Offenders (Exclusion from the United Kingdom) [35]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

Freedom of Information (Private Healthcare Companies) [109]

Grahame M. Morris

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Funding for Local Authorities [117]

Ms Gisela Stuart

Withdrawn

Gangmasters Licensing Authority (Extension of Powers) [78]

Andy Sawford

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Gibraltar (Maritime Protection) [115]

David Morris

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Government Departments (Amalgamation of Scotland Office, Wales Office and Northern Ireland Office) [41]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Graduated Driving Licence Scheme [22]

Justin Tomlinson

Not moved

Hate Crime (People with Learning Difficulties and Learning Disabilities [122]

Ian Mearns

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

High Cost Credit [12]

Paul Blomfield

Adjourned debate on 2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

House of Commons Members’ Fund [145]

Mr Peter Lilley

Not moved

House of Lords (Maximum Membership) [67]

Mr Christopher Chope

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

House of Lords Reform (No. 2) [15] [155]

Dan Byles

Passed, Fri., 28 February

Housing Benefit and Universal Credit in the Social Housing Sector (Regular Payments) [174]

Ian Lavery

2nd Reading [Dropped]

Illegal Immigrants (Criminal Sanctions) [63]

Mr Christopher Chope

Withdrawn

§

Illegal Importation of Dogs (Fixed Penalty) [189]

Jim Fitzpatrick

Dropped

International Development (Gender Equality) (changed from Gender Equality (International Development)) [28] [144]

Mr William Cash

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 9)

International Development (Official Development Assistance Target) [74]

Thomas Docherty

2nd Reading, Fri., 9 May

§

Investment Management (Fiduciary Duties) [170]

Phil Wilson

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Jobs Guarantee Scheme (Research) [75]

Thomas Docherty

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Leasehold Reform (Amendment) [45]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Royal Assent, Thurs., 13 March (c. 10)

§

Letting Agents (Competition, Choice and Standards) [83]

John Healey

Withdrawn

§

Licensed Hackney Carriages and Private Hire Vehicles (Closed Circuit Television) [121]

Richard Fuller

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Lobbyists (Registration of Code of Conduct) [73]

Thomas Docherty

Withdrawn

§

Local Government Boundary Commission (Public Representations) [165]

John Pugh

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 (Amendment) [89]

Dan Rogerson

Not moved

Local Government (Religious etc. Observances) [30]

Dr Matthew Offord

Not moved

Local Government (Review of Decisions) [77]

Charlie Elphicke

Not moved

Margaret Thatcher Day [48]

Mr Peter Bone

Not moved

§

Married Couples (Tax Allowance) [50]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

Medical Innovation (No. 2) [107]

Michael Ellis

Withdrawn

§

Mental Health Outcomes (Measurement) [147]

Mr Robert Buckland

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

National Health Service (Right to Treatment) [199]

Hugh Bayley

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

National Insurance (Renaming) [175]

Ben Gummer

2nd Reading, Fri., 20 June

§

National Parks (Governance) [194]

Tim Farron

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

National Service [32]

Mr Philip Hollobone

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (Abolition) [58]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

Parental Bereavement Leave (Statutory Entitlement) [104]

Mr Tom Harris

Withdrawn

§

Permitted Development (Basements) [127]

Ms Karen Buck

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Planning Regulations (Removal of Provisions in Respect of Gypsies and Travellers) [87]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Prime Minister (Replacement) [59]

Mr Peter Bone

Not moved

§

Prisoners (Completion of Custodial Sentences) [37]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Prisons (Drug Testing) [27]

Margot James

Withdrawn

§

Private Rented Sector [182]

Dr Julian Huppert

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Private Landlords and Letting and Managing Agents (Regulation) [16]

Sir Alan Meale

Not moved

Property Blight Compensation [25]

Mrs Caroline Spelman

Not moved

§

Public Interest Disclosure (Amendment) [130]

Mr David Davis

Withdrawn

Public Service (Ownership and User Involvement) [160]

Caroline Lucas

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Railways [81]

Caroline Lucas

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Recall of Elected Representative [137]

Zac Goldsmith

Lapsed

Recall of Members of Parliament [193]

Zac Goldsmith

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

Registration of Stillbirths [153]

Tim Loughton

Not moved

§

Regulation of Gambling Advertising [195]

Jake Berry

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Regulation of the Private Rented Sector [114]

Jeremy Corbyn

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Regulation of Refractive Eye Surgery [131]

John McDonnell

2nd Reading, Fri., 13 June

§

Representation of the People Act 1981 (Amendment) [99]

Thomas Docherty

Withdrawn

§

Residential Roads (Adoption by Local Highways Authority) [42]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Romanian and Bulgarian Accession (Labour Restriction) [56]

Mr Peter Bone

Not moved

§

Sale of Tickets (Sporting and Cultural Events) [177]

Nick Smith

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Same Sex Marriage (Referendum) [53]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

School Governing Bodies (Adverse Weather Conditions) [39]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

Scotland (Independence) (Westminster Representation) [196]

Mr Angus Brendan MacNeil

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

§

Selective Licensing (Housing Standards) [98]

Graham Jones

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Sentencing Escalator [44]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

§

Sex Establishments (Regulation) [164]

Diana Johnson

Lapsed

Sexual Impropriety in Employment [64]

Mr Christopher Chope

Dropped

§

Slavery [90]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

Smoking (Private Members’ Clubs) [47]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Specialist Printing Equipment and Materials (Offences) [76]

Charlie Elphicke

Not moved

§

Surveillance of Telecommunications (Judicial Oversight) [143]

Mr David Heath

Lapsed

Train Companies (Minimum Fares) [72]

Thomas Docherty

Dropped

United Kingdom Corporate and Individual Tax and Financial Transparency [29]

Mr Michael Meacher

Not moved

United Kingdom Parliament (Sovereignty) [136]

Mr William Cash

Not moved

§

United Kingdom Register of Places [154]

Andrew Rosindell

2nd Reading, Fri., 13 June

§

United Kingdom (Withdrawal from the European Union) [60]

Mr Christopher Chope

Lapsed

Unsolicited Telephone Calls (Caller Line Identification) [126]

Alun Cairns

Not moved

§

Victims and Survivors (Northern Ireland) [92]

Mr Jeffrey M. Donaldson

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

§

Wind Farm Subsidies (Abolition) [54]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

Winter Fuel Allowance Payments (Off Gas Grid Claimants) [135]

Mr Mike Weir

Lapsed

§

Withdrawal from the European Convention of Human Rights and Removal of Alleged Terrorists [55]

Mr Peter Bone

Withdrawn

§

Young Apprenticeships [103]

Mr Dominic Raab

2nd Reading, Fri., 16 May

Young Offenders (Parental Responsibility) [34]

Mr Philip Hollobone

Withdrawn

Zero Hours Contracts [79]

Andy Sawford

2nd Reading, Fri., 6 June

PUBLIC BILL COMMITTEES

* indicates a Government Bill

Title of Bill

Date of committal

Date reported

*Finance [1] [18]

15 April 2013

20 June 2013

*Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing [7] [93]

10 June 2013

16 July 2013

*Pensions [6] [91]

17 June 2013

11 July 2013

*Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) [9] [179]

24 June 2013

16 July 2013

*High Speed Rail (Preparation) [10] [96]

26 June 2013

18 July 2013

European Union (Referendum) [11]

5 July 2013

11 September 2013

*Defence Reform [84] [118] [197]

16 July 2013

22 October 2013

Deep Sea Mining [14] [156]

6 September 2013

15 January

Citizenship (Armed Forces) [13]

13 September 2013

11 December 2013

International Development (Gender Equality) (changed from Gender Equality (International Development) [28] [144]

13 September 2013

11 December 2013

Leasehold Reform (Amendment) [45] [149]

22 November 2013

18 December 2013

House of Lords Reform (No. 2) [15] [155]

18 October 2013

15 January

*Immigration [110] [128]

22 October 2013

19 November 2013

*Intellectual Property [102] [166]

20 January

30 January

*Local Audit and Accountability [Lords] [101] [129]

28 October 2013

21 November 2013

* Mesothelioma [Lords] [100]

2 December 2013

12 December 2013

*National Insurance Contributions [112]

4 November 2013

21 November 2013

*Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) [8] [185]

5 November 2013

19 November 2013

*Offender Rehabilitation [Lords] [88] [138]

11 November 2013

3 December 2013

*Water [82] [146] [201]

25 November 2013

17 December 2013

*Care [Lords] [123] [168]

16 December 2013

4 February

*Consumer Rights [161] [180]

28 January

13 March

*Deregulation [161] [191]

3 February

25 March

*Criminal Justice and Courts [169] [192]

24 February

1 April

Prepared 11th April 2014