Session 2001-2002

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2002 Spending Review:

    Papers: Opportunity and Security for All: Investing in an Enterprising, Fairer Britain: New Public Spending Plans 2003–2006, 692; Public Service Agreements, 2003 2006, 692.

Access to Justice:

    Amendments to the Funding Code: No. 3, 216; No. 4, 433.

    Corporate Plan of the Legal Services Commission for 2002–03 to 2003–04, 440.

    Direction by the Lord Chancellor under section 5(6) of the Access to Justice Act 1999, imposing requirements on the Legal Services Commission as to the services to be funded from specified amounts paid into the Community Legal Services Fund for 2002–03, 470.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Legal Services Commission, 75.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Legal Services Commission, 716.

Aggregates Levy:

    Regulations: 2001: Aggregates Levy (Registration and Miscellaneous Provisions), 282.

    Regulations: 2002: Aggregates Levy (General), 436; Aggregates Levy (Northern Ireland Tax Credit), 734; Aggregates Levy (Registration and Miscellaneous Provision) (Amendment), 734.

Agricultural Marketing:

    Report: 2001–02: Agricultural Marketing Schemes, 764.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Food from Britain, 100.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Food from Britain, 728.

Agriculture:

    Orders: 2001: Home-Grown Cereals Authority Levy (Variation) Scheme (Approval), 19; Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Stage II) Designation (Amendment), 122; Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Stage III) Designation (Amendment), 122; Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Stage IV) Designation (Amendment), 122; Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Stage II) Designation (Amendment) (No. 2), 227.

    Order: 2002: Home-Grown Cereals Authority (Rate of Levy), 590.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce (Abolition), 130.

    Regulations: 2001: Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (England and Wales) (Amendment) (No. 2), 61; Beef Special Premium, 75; Common Agriculture Policy (Paying Agencies: Competent Authority and Co-ordinating Body), 117; Organic Farming (England Rural Development Programme) (Amendment), 121; Common Agricultural Policy (Protection of Community Arrangements) (Amendment), 122; Feeding Stuffs and Feeding Stuffs (Enforcement) (Amendment) (England), 127; Milk Marketing Board (Residuary Functions) (Amendment), 160; Seeds (National Lists of Varieties), 160; Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (England and Wales) (Amendment) (No. 3), 238; England Rural Development Programme (Project Variations), 253; Rural Development Grants (Agriculture and Forestry) (Amendment), 253; Slaughter Premium (Amendment), 253; Environmental Impact Assessment (Uncultivated Land and Semi-natural Areas) (England), 257.

    Regulations: 2002: Hill Farm Allowance, 356; Common Agricultural Policy Support Schemes (Appeals), 418; Feedingstuffs (Zootechnical Products) (Amendment) (England, Scotland and Wales), 421; Nitrate Sensitive Areas (Amendment), 429; Hemp (Third Country Imports), 440; Artificial Insemination of Cattle (Animal Health) (Amendment) (England), 443; Products of Animal Origin (Third Country Imports) (England), 527; Feeding Stuffs (Amendment), 585; Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (England and Wales) (Amendment), 685; Hemp (Third Country Imports) (Amendment), 720; Beef Labelling (Enforcement) (England) (Amendment), 741; Bovines and Bovine Products (Trade) (Amendment) (England), 741; Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (Additional Designations) (England), 747; Products of Animal Origin (Third Country Imports) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2), 748; Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (Additional Designations) (England) (No. 2), 757; Products of Animal Origin (Third Country Imports) (England) (Amendment) (No. 3), 760, Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (England and Wales) (Amendment) (No. 2), 798, Olive Oil (Marketing Standards) (Amendment), 819.

    Scheme: 2001: Food Industry Development (Amendment) (England), 125.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Meat and Livestock Commission, 191.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Meat and Livestock Commission, 806.

    Reports on Smallholdings in England: for 1999–2000, 579; for 2000–01, 721.

Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, 379.

Aircraft and Shipbuilding:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: British Shipbuilders, 201.

Air Force (Constitution):

    Amendments to Queen's Regulations for the Royal Air Force (Fifth Edition): 123, 360, 466, 655.

    Amendment List 1 to Commissioning of Officers and Terms of Service of Officers and Airmen (Aircrew) in the Royal Air Force (Air Publication 3393 (Sixth Edition)), 620.

    Amendment List 17 to Air Publication 1269A—The Royal Air Force Manual of Assessment of Medical Fitness, 666.

    Orders: 2001: to amend the rates of pay, allowances and pensions of the Royal Air Force, 46; to amend the rates of pay, bounties and allowances of the Royal Air Force Reserve and the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 46.

    Queen's Order in respect of Royal Air Force Pensions and Regulations and Regulations regarding Directed Early Retirement and Redundancy, 119.

Aliens' Employment:

    Cabinet Office Minutes under section 1(4) of the Aliens' Employment Act 1955 relating to aliens employed in the Civil Service: during 2000–01, 100; during 2001–02, 702.

Angola:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Angola for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 579.

Animal Health:

    Regulations: 2002: TSE (England), 445; TSE (England) (Amendment), 533.

    Return of Expenditure Incurred and Prosecutions taken under the Animal Health Act 1981, and Incidences of Disease in Imported Animals, for the year 2001, 440.

Animals:

    Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock:– Laying Hens, 527; Meat Chickens and Breeding Chickens, 527.

    Orders: 2001: Specified Risk Material (Amendment) (England), 112; The Sheep and Goats Spongiform Encephalopathy (England and Wales) (Compensation) (Amendment), 215; Fur Farming (Compensation Scheme) (England), 238.

    Orders: 2002: Fur Farming (Compensation Scheme) (England), 346; Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (Fees) (Amendment), 392; Pet Travel Scheme (Pilot Arrangements) (England) (Amendment), 451.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Welfare of Farmed Animals (England) (Amendment), 527.

    Regulations: 2001: Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 7) (Amendment), 18; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 7) (Amendment) (No. 2), 18; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 4), 18; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 5), 19; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 8), 19; Processed Animal Protein (England), 43; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Control of Vaccination) (England), 59; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 9), 75; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 9) (Amendment), 99; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 6), 107; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 7), 123; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 9) (Amendment) (No. 2), 123; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (No. 2), 140; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 10), 140; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 10) (Fees), 157; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 11), 169; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 12), 191; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 13), 238; Welfare of Animals (Slaughter or Killing) (Amendment) (England), 238; The BSE Monitoring (England) (Amendment), 257; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 14), 283.

    Regulations: 2002: Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease), 283; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 2), 301; Cattle Database (Amendment) (England), 306; Cattle (Identification of Older Animals) (Amendment), 306; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 3), 320; Animals and Animal Products (Import and Export) (England and Wales) (Amendment) (England), 384; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 3) (Revocation), 384; Animals and Animal Products (Import and Export) (England and Wales) (Amendment) (England) (No. 2), 450.

Animals (Scientific Procedures):

    Report of the Animal Procedures Committee for 2000, 100.

    Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals in Great Britain: for 2000, 111; for 2001, 721.

    Supplement, issued by the Secretary of State under section 21 of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986, to the Code of Practice for the Housing and Care of Animals in Designated Breeding and Supplying Establishments, 176.

Animals (Wales):

    Order: 2002: Rabies (Importation of Dogs, Cats and Other Mammals) (Amendment) (Wales), 446.

Antarctica:

    Regulations: 2002: Antarctic (Amendment), 736.

Appropriation Accounts, 2000–01:

    Appropriation Accounts of the sums granted by Parliament for 2000–01 for:– Class III, Vote 11 (Passenger Rail Services), 75; Class XVIII, B (National Audit Office), 93; Class VI (Ministry of Defence), 209; Class XIV (Wales), 279; Class VIII (International Development), 298; Class XI (Culture, Media and Sport), 298; Class XIII (Scotland), 316; VII (Foreign and Commonwealth Office), 320; XII (Department of Social Security), 320; XV (Northern Ireland), 320; (1) I (Education and Employment), 323; IX (Trade and Industry and Export Credits Guarantee Department), 323; Class V (Lord Chancellor's and Law Officers' Departments), 325; II (Department of Health), 330; III (Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions), 330; IV (Home Office), 330; X (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Intervention Board—Executive Agency), 330;) XVI (Departments of the Chancellor of the Exchequer), 330; (6) XVII (Cabinet Office and Central Office of Information), 330; XVIII, XVIIIB and XVIIIC (Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner, Parliament, etc; National Audit Office; Electoral Commission), 330.

Appropriations in Aid:

    Treasury Minutes directing the application of certain receipts as appropriations in aid of the services specified in:– the Summer Summary Supplementary Request for Supply for 2001–02, 38; the Winter Supplementary Request for Supply for 2001–02, 243; the Main Estimates for 2001–02, 376; the Main Estimates for 2002–03, 543.

Armed Forces' Pay:

    Thirty-first Report of the Armed Forces' Pay Review Body, 323.

    Supplement to the Thirty-first Report of the Armed Forces' Pay Review Body: Service Medical and Dental Officers, 470.

Atomic Energy Authority:

    Account: 2000–01: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, 82.

    Account: 2001–02: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, 685.

Atomic Energy and Radioactive Substances:

    Orders: 2002: Atomic Energy Authority (Special Constables), 511; Radioactive Substances (Natural Gas) Exemption, 517; Radioactive Material (Road Transport) (Definition of Radioactive Material), 572; Atomic Energy (Americium),747.

    Regulations: 2002: Radioactive Material (Road Transport), 572.

Audit Commission:

    Accounts of the Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales for 1st November 1999 to 31st October 2000, 46; for 1st November 2000 to 31st October 2001, 612.

    Amendments to the Code of Audit Practice for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales, 408.

    Report of the Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales for 1st November 1999 to 31st October 2000, 43.

    Statement of Guarantee given by HM Treasury in respect of temporary borrowing by the Audit Commission from Lloyds TSB Bank plc, 663.

Aviation and Maritime Security:

    Report for 2001 by the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions under section 44 of the Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990 on the numbers of notices served by him under section 19 of the 1990 Act, the number of directions given by him under sections 19, 21, 22, 23 and 24 of the Act, and the number of enforcement notices served by authorised persons under the Act, 330.

Aviation Security:

    Report for 2001 by the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions under section 23 of the Aviation Security Act 1982 as amended by the Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990 on the numbers of notices served by him under section 11 of the 1982 Act as amended, the number of directions given by him under sections 12, 13, 13A and 14 of the amended Act, and the number of enforcement notices served by authorised persons under the amended Act, 330.

Bank of England:

    Notice given by the Treasury to the Bank of England specifying for the purposes of section 11 of the Bank of England Act 1998 what price stability is taken to consist of and what the economic policy of Her Majesty's Government is to be taken to be, 466.

    Report and Accounts for the year ended 28th February 2001, 20.

    Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 28th February 2002, 583.

Banks and Banking:

    Regulations: 2001: Protection of the Euro against Counterfeiting, 253.

Barbados:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of Barbados on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons, 733.

Betting, Gaming and Lotteries:

    Draft Order: 2002: Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (Schedule 4) (Amendment), 600.

    Orders: 2001: Gaming Act (Variation of Monetary Limits), 257; Amusements with Prizes (Variation of Monetary Limits), 279; Gaming Act (Variation of Monetary Limits) (No. 2), 279.

    Orders: 2002: Gaming Act (Variation of Fees) (England and Wales and Scotland), 404; Gaming Act (Variation of Fees) (England and Wales), 404; Gaming (Bingo) Act (Fees) (Amendment), 404; Lotteries (Gaming Board Fees), 404; Gaming Clubs (Bankers' Games) (Amendment), 469; Lotteries (Variation of Monetary Limits), 585; Gaming Act (Variation of Monetary Limits), 716; Gaming (Bingo) Act (Variation of Monetary Limit), 716.

    Regulations: 2001: Gaming Machines (Maximum Prizes), 257.

    Regulations: 2002: Gaming Clubs (Bankers' Games) (Amendment) (No. 2), 583; Gaming Clubs (Charges) (Amendment), 716; Gaming Clubs (Licensing) (Amendment), 716; Gaming Clubs (Multiple Bingo) (Amendment), 716.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Horserace Betting Levy Board and Horserace Totalisator Board, 86.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Horserace Betting Levy Board and Horserace Totalisator Board, 697.

Biological Standards:

    Accounts: 2000–01: National Biological Standards Board, 470.

Biological Weapons:

    Paper: Strengthening the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention: Countering the Threat from Biological Weapons, 520.

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy:

    Government Response to the Report of the BSE Inquiry, 121.

Bristol Royal Infirmary:

    Papers: Learning from Bristol: The Report of the Public Inquiry into children's heart surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, 1984–1995 (Report and Summary and Recommendations), 93; Learning from Bristol: The Department of Health's Response to the Report of the Public Inquiry into children's heart surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, 1984–1995, 302.

British Council:

    Accounts: 2000–01: British Council, 82.

British Library:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: British Library Board, 82.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: British Library Board, 692.

    Statements: of appointment and salary of Lord Eatwell as Chairman of the Board of the British Library, 20; of appointment of Duncan Lewis to the Board of the British Library, 721.

British Nationality:

    Order: 2001: British Nationality Act 1981 (Amendment of Schedule 6), 185.

British Trade International:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: British Trade International, 325.

Broadcasting:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Broadcasting Standards Commission, 25; Independent Television Commission Additional Payments and Financial Penalties by Licensees, 70; Radio Authority Additional Payments by Radio Programme Licensees, 70.

    Accounts: 2001: S4C, 648.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Broadcasting Standards Commission, 663; Radio Authority Additional Payments by Radio Programme Licensees, 697; Independent Television Commission Additional Payments and Financial Penalties by Licensees, 721.

    Report: 2000: S4C, 30.

    Report: 2001: S4C, 648.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: British Broadcasting Corporation, 43.

    Report and Accounts: 2001: Independent Television Commission, 461.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: British Broadcasting Corporation, 698.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001: Channel Four Television Corporation, 520; Radio Authority, 579.

    Review, Report and Financial Statement of the Broadcasting Standards Commission for 2000–01, 59.

    Review and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Broadcasting Standards Commission, 680.

    Statement of Accounts: 2000: S4C, 30.

    Statement of Principles and Administrative Arrangements for Qualifying Revenue and Multiplex Revenue by the Independent Television Commission, 133.

Building and Buildings:

    Regulations: 2001: Building (Approved Inspectors etc.) (Amendment), 127; Building (Amendment), 127.

    Regulations: 2002: Building (Amendment), 388.

Building Societies:

    Account: 2000–01: Building Societies Commission, 128.

    Accounts: eight months ending 30th November 2001: Building Societies Commission, 418.

    Report: 2000–01: Building Societies Commission, 108.

    Report: 1st April to 30th November 2001: Building Societies Commission, 422.

Cabinet Office:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Cabinet Office, 379.

Cabinet Office Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts of the Security Facilities Executive for the 15 months ended 30th June 1998, 728.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Government Car and Despatch Agency, 86; Centre for Management and Policy Studies, 100.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Centre for Management and Policy Studies, 716; Government Car and Despatch Agency, 721.

Caribbean and North Atlantic Territories:

    Order: 2001: Bermuda Constitution (Amendment), 118.

    Order: 2002: Turks and Caicos Islands Constitution (Amendment), 799.

Census:

    Papers: Census 2001: First results on population for England and Wales, 749; Census 2001: First results on population for Wales, 749.

Cereals Marketing:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Home-Grown Cereals Authority, 204.

Chancellor of the Exchequer's Departments:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Government Actuary's Department, 160; National Investment and Loans Office, 160.

Channel Tunnel:

    Order: 2001: Channel Tunnel (International Arrangements) (Amendment No. 4), 201.

    Order: 2002: Channel Tunnel (Alcoholic Liquor and Tobacco Products) (Amendment), 785.

Channel Tunnel Security:

    Report for 2001 by the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions under Article 35 of the Channel Tunnel (Security) Order 1994 on the numbers of notices served by him under Article 11, directions given by him under articles 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the Order, and enforcement notices served by authorised persons, 330.

Charities:

    Draft Order: 2001: Charities (The Bridge House Estates), 136.

    Draft Order: 2002: Charities (Cheadle Royal Hospital, Manchester), 466; withdrawn, 607.

    Regulations: 2002: Charities (Exception from Registration) (Amendment), 636.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, 157.

Charity Commission:

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, 663.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Charity Commission, 331.

Chelsea Hospital:

    Accounts of the Royal Hospital Chelsea for 2000–01, 443.

Chemical Weapons:

    Report for 2001 by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry on the operation of the Chemical Weapons Act 1996, 514.

Children:

    Report for 2000 by the Secretary of State for Health, the Secretary of State for Education and Skills and the Lord Chancellor, on the Children Act 1989 pursuant to section 83(6) of that Act, 86.

    Report for 2001 by the Secretary of State for Health on the Children Act 1989 pursuant to section 83 of that Act, 666.

Children and Young Persons:

    Regulations: 2001: Child Minding and Day Care (Registration and Annual Fees), 18; Parental Responsibility Agreement (Amendment), 25; Day Care and Child Minding (Functions of Local Authorities: Information, Advice and Training) (England), 113; Day Care and Child Minding (Inspections) (Prescribed Matters) (England), 113; Children (Leaving Care) (England), 115; Foster Placement (Children) and Adoption Agencies Amendment (England), 117; Children (Leaving Care) Social Security Benefits, 118.

    Regulations: 2002: Children Act (Miscellaneous Amendments) (England), 404; Disqualification from Caring for Children (England), 404; National Care Standards Commission (Inspection of Schools and Colleges), 404.

Chiropractors:

    Financial Statements: 1st August 2000–31st July 2001: General Chiropractic Council, 408.

Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons:

    Report on Research and Development Work Relating to Assistive Technology 2001, 674.

Church Commissioners:

    Report and Accounts: 2000: Church Commissioners for England, 82.

    Report and Accounts: 2001: Church Commissioners for England, 692.

Church of England (General Synod) (Measures):

    Measure passed by the General Synod of the Church of England, entitled Synodical Government (Amendment) Measure, 716.

    Report by the Ecclesiastical Committee on the Synodical Government (Amendment) Measure, 716.

Churches Conservation:

    Review, Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Churches Conservation Trust, 249.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Churches Conservation Trust, 249.

Cinemas and Films:

    Regulations: 2002: Cinematograph (Safety) (Amendment), 716.

Civil Aviation:

    Draft Orders: 2001: Transport Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments), 196; Carriage by Air Acts (Application of Provisions), 198; Carriage by Air Acts (Implementation of the Montreal Convention 1999), 198.

    Draft Order: 2002: Air Navigation (Environmental Standards), 276; withdrawn, 295, re-laid, 301.

    Order: 2001: Air Navigation (Overseas Territories), 19.

    Order: 2002: Air Navigation (Amendment), 365; Air Navigation (Amendment) (No. 2), 680; Aerodromes (Designation) (Facilities for Consultation) (Amendment), 742.

    Regulations: 2001: Civil Aviation Authority (Amendment), 66.

    Statements of determination on pension for: Sir John Dent, former Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority, 185; spouses of Civil Aviation Authority Board Members, 188.

    Statements of Guarantee given by the Treasury:– on loans proposed to be raised by the Civil Aviation Authority from National Westminster Bank plc, 66; in respect of temporary borrowing by the Civil Aviation Authority from National Westminster Bank plc, 511.

Civil List:

    List of new and supplementary pensions granted under the Civil List Act 1972 for 2001–02, 411.

Civil Registration:

    Paper: Civil Registration: Vital Change—Birth, Marriage and Death Registration in the 21st Century, 309.

Clean Air:

    Regulations: 2001: Smoke Control Areas (Authorised Fuels) (England), 221.

Climate Change Levy:

    Regulations: 2001: Air Passenger Duty and Other Indirect Taxes (Interest Rate) (Amendment), 123.

    Regulations: 2002: Climate Change Levy (General) (Amendment), 514.

Coal Industry:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Coal Authority, 100.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Coal Authority, 721.

Coast Protection:

    Regulations: 2002: Coast Protection (Notices) (England), 537.

Commonwealth Scholarship:

    Report: 1st October 2000–30th September 2001: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom, 648.

Communications:

    Paper: Draft Communications Bill, 534.

    Government Response to the Report from the Joint Committee on the Draft Communications Bill, 786.

Companies:

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: Investors in People UK, 143.

    Order: 2002: Companies (Disclosure of Information) (Designated Authorities) (No. 2), 716.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Uncertificated Securities, 140.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Companies (Particulars of Usual Residential Address) (Confidentiality Orders), 398; Directors' Remuneration Report, 636; withdrawn, 648; re-laid, 648.

    Regulations: 2002: Companies (Fees) (Amendment), 360; Companies (Competent Authority) (Fees), 398, Companies (Summary Financial Statement) Amendment, 688; Companies (Disqualification Orders) (Amendment No. 2), 697.

    Reports by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry on Companies: in 2000–01, 137; in 2001–02, 721.

    Report and Accounts: National College for School Leadership Limited, 2000–01, 234.

Company Law:

    Paper: Modernising Company Law, 698.

Competition:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Competition Commission, 44.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Competition Commission, 663.

    Order: 2001: Foreign Package Holidays (Tour Operators and Travel Agents), 93.

    Order: 2002: Merger Report (Interbrew SA and Bass PLC) (Interim Provision) (Revocation), 312.

    Regulations: 2001: Competition Act 1998 (Section 11 Exemption), 117.

Competition Commission:

    Reports by the Competition Commission on: the acquisition by BASF AG of certain assets of Takeda Chemical Industries Ltd, 46; the merger situation between SCR-Sibelco SA and Fife Silica Sands Ltd and Fife Resources Ltd, 46; the proposed merger between Reed Elsevier plc and Harcourt General, Inc, 59; the proposed merger between Lloyds TSB Group plc and Abbey National plc, 66; the merger situation of Octagon Motorsports Limited and British Racing Drivers Club Limited, 112; the proposed merger between Duralay International Holdings Ltd and Gates Consumer & Industrial (part of the Tomkins PLC group), 182; the proposed merger of Eastman Kodak Company and ColourCare Limited, 282; the supply of banking services by clearing banks to small and medium-sized enterprises within the UK, 418; the proposed merger of Johnston Press plc and Trinity Mirror plc, 533; the merger of Linpac Group Limited and McKechnie Paxton Holdings Limited, 550; the proposed merger between Neopost SA and Ascom Holding AG, 583; the merger between Cargill Incorporated and Cerestar SA, 389; the merger situation of Coloplast A/S and SSL International plc, 611; the proposed merger between P&O Princess Cruises plc and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, 620; the proposed merger between H+H Celcon Limited and Marley Building Materials Limited, 639; the proposed merger between Compass Group PLC and Rail Gourmet Holding AG, Restorama AG and Gourmet Nova AG, 666; the merger situation of Group 4 Falck A/S and The Wackenhut Corporation, 764.

Constitutional Law:

    Draft Orders: 2001: Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) (No. 2), 46; National Assembly for Wales (Transfer of Functions), 130.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Adjacent Waters Boundaries (Northern Ireland), 346; National Assembly for Wales (Representation of the People) (Amendment), 360; Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedule 5), 531; Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.), 531; Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Adaptation of Functions etc.) (Amendment), 644; Scottish Parliament (Elections etc.), 754.

    Orders: 2001: Auditor General for Wales (Transfer of Functions) (General Teaching Council for Wales), 70; Scotland Act 1998 (Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001), 75; Scotland Act 1998 (Agency Arrangements) (Specification), 283.

    Orders: 2002: Scotland Act 1998 (Agency Arrangements) (Specification), 365; Scottish Administration (Offices), 445; Scotland Act 1998 (Agency Arrangements) (Specification) (No. 2), 450; Water Industry (Scotland) Act 2002 (Directions in the Interests of National Security), 537.

Constitutional Law (Scotland):

    Order: 2002: Housing (Scotland) Act 2001 (Housing Support Services Information), 740.

Consumer Protection:

    Regulations: 2002: Personal Protective Equipment, 507; Medical Devices, 576; Dangerous Substances and Preparations (Safety) (Consolidation) (Amendment), 685; Dangerous Substances and Preparations (Safety) (Consolidation) (Amendment No. 2), 747.

Contingencies Fund, 2000–01:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Contingencies Fund, 356.

Contracting Out:

    Draft Orders: 2001: Contracting Out of Functions (Tribunal Staff), 37; Local Authorities (Contracting Out of Highway Functions) (England), 209.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Contracting Out (Functions in relation to Apsley House), 286; withdrawn, 303, re-laid, 312; Contracting Out (Local Education Authority Functions) (England), 346; Contracting Out (Functions of Local Authorities: Income-Related Benefits), 638, Contracting Out (Functions in Relation to Applications for Patents), 775, withdrawn, 807, re-laid, 806.

    Order: 2001: Contracting Out (Administrative and Other Court Staff), 201.

Contracts:

    Order: 2002: Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Rate of Interest) (No. 3), 648.

    Regulations: 2002: Late Payment of Commercial Debts, 648.

Controverted Elections (Fermanagh and South Tyrone, Election Petition):

    Copy of the Shorthand Writer's Notes of the Election Court in which an election petition relating to the return of the Member for the Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency was heard, together with a copy of the Order made by the Court, 239.

Convention on the Future of Europe:

    Progress Reports from the United Kingdom National Parliament Representatives to the Convention on the Future of Europe: 1st, 524; 2nd, 624; 3rd, 728; 4th, 749.

Coroners:

    Order: 2001: Kent (Coroners' Districts), 93.

    Orders: 2002: Lincolnshire (Coroners' Districts), 612; Lancashire (Coroners' Districts), 742.

Council Tax:

    Regulations: 2001: Council Tax and Non-Domestic Rating (Demand Notices) (England) (Amendment), 179.

    Regulations: 2002: Council Tax and Non-Domestic Rating (Demand Notices) (England) (Amendment), 333.

Countryside:

    Order: 2001: Peak District National Park Authority (Restriction of Agricultural Operations), 253[07.12].

    Order: 2002: Peak District National Park Authority (Restriction of Agricultural Operations), 303.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Vehicular Access Across Common and Other Land (England), 558.

    Regulations: 2001: Access to the Countryside (Maps in Draft Form) (England), 127; Countryside Stewardship (Amendment), 271.

    Regulations: 2002: Access to the Countryside (Provisional and Conclusive Maps) (England), 669; Local Access Forums (England), 697.

County Courts:

    Order: 2001: High Court and County Courts Jurisdiction (Amendment No. 2), 112.

    Order: 2002: County Court Fees (Amendment), 346.

Courts and Legal Services:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Legal Services Ombudsman, 62; Court Service, 232.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Legal Services Ombudsman, 670; Court Service, 749.

Covent Garden Market:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Covent Garden Market Authority, 263.

    Statements of remuneration and allowances payable to members of the Covent Garden Market Authority: 180, 591.

Crime and Disorder:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, 433.

    Report and Accounts: 1999–2000: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, 66.

    Reviews of the Youth Justice Board: 2000–01, 82; 2001–02, 674.

Criminal Appeal:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Criminal Cases Review Commission, 26.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Criminal Cases Review Commission, 685.

    Report: 2000–01: Criminal Cases Review Commission, 62.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Criminal Cases Review Commission, 721.

Criminal Injuries Compensation:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel, 464; Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, 576.

Criminal Justice:

    Paper: Justice for All, 702.

    Report: 2000–01: Serious Fraud Office, 100.

    Report: 2001–02: Serious Fraud Office, 712.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Parole Board, 143.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Parole Board, 799.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Serious Fraud Office, 325.

Criminal Justice and Court Services:

    Accounts: 2001–02: Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, 728.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, 764.

Criminal Law:

    Draft Order: 2001: Drug Abstinence Order (Responsible Officer) (No. 2), 86.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Criminal Justice Act 1988 (Offensive Weapons), 562; Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (Amendment), 568.

    Orders: 2001: Community Order (Electronic Monitoring of Requirements) (Responsible Officer), 20; Curfew Order and Curfew Requirement (Responsible Officer), 20.

    Orders: 2002: Travel Restriction Order (Prescribed Removal Powers), 365; Criminal Justice Act 1988 (Designated Countries and Territories) (Amendment), 365; Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 (Enforcement of Overseas Forfeiture Orders) (Amendment), 365; Drug Trafficking Act 1994 (Designated Countries and Territories) (Amendment), 365; Penalties for Disorderly Behaviour (Amount of Penalty), 702; Motor Salvage Operators (Specified Offences), 728; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Department of Trade and Industry Investigations), 741.

    Regulations: 2001: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Freezing of Funds) (Amendment), 118.

    Regulations: 2002: Zimbabwe (Freezing of Funds, other Financial Assets or Economic Resources), 443; Police (Retention and Disposal of Items Seized), 572; Penalties for Disorderly Behaviour (Form of Penalty Notice), 702; Zimbabwe (Freezing of Funds, other Financial Assets or Economic Resources) (Amendment), 747.

Criminal Procedure (Northern Ireland):

    Rules: 2001: Criminal Appeal (Amendment) (Northern Ireland), 25.

Criminal Statistics:

    Criminal Statistics for England and Wales for 2000, 249.

Crown Agents:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Crown Agents Holding and Realisation Board, 100.

    Reports of the Chairman of the Crown Agents Holding and Realisation Board: for 2000, 100; for 2001, 717.

Crown Estate:

    Accounts: 2000–01 Crown Estate Commissioners, 62.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Crown Estate Commissioners, 674.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Crown Estate Commissioners, 66.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Crown Estate Commissioners, 674.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: The Crown Estate, 325.

Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate:

    Report: 1st October 2000 to 30th September 2001: HM Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service, 531.

Cultural Objects:

    Regulations: 2001: Return of Cultural Objects (Amendment), 257.

Culture, Media and Sport:

    Departmental Minutes concerning:– a contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for works of art lent by the National Maritime Museum to the Sea of Faces Exhibition and the loan of three clocks by John Harrison, 93; a proposed contingent liability in respect of an indemnity for the Queen's Golden Jubilee Weekend Trust, 550; a contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for images and prints lent by the Royal Photographic Society to the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford, 745; contingent liabilities incurred in relation to the English National Stadium Project, 749.

    Government Responses to the following reports of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Session 2000–01: 1st, on The Operation of the National Lottery, 133; 4th, on Tourism—the Hidden Giant—and Foot and Mouth, 133; 3rd, on Staging International Sporting Events, 140; 2nd, on The Communications White Paper, 188.

    Government Responses to the following Reports of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Session 2001–02: 1st, on Unpicking the Lock: The World Athletics Championships in the UK, 372; 2nd, on Testing the Waters: The Sport of Swimming, 440; 3rd, on Arts Development, 595; 4th, on Communications, 648; 5th, on Revisiting the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games, 702; 6th, on Wembley National Stadium Project: Into Injury Time, 728; 7th, on the Government's Proposals for Gambling: Nothing to Lose?, 757.

    Paper: A Safer Bet for Success—Modernising Britain's Gambling Laws: The Government's Response to the Gambling Review Report, 443.

    Report of the Gambling Review Body, 86.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 286.

Culture, Media and Sport Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Royal Parks Agency, 100.

Customs and Excise:

    Orders: 2001: Export of Goods (Control) (Amendment No. 2), 123; Amusement Machine Licence Duty (Medium-prize Machines), 283.

    Orders: 2002: Export of Goods (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) (Control) (Revocation), 361, Excise Duties (Personal Reliefs) (Revocation) 785.

    Papers: Report on the collection of excise duties in HM Customs and Excise, and the Government's response thereto, 100; comprising the Export of Goods (Control) (Amendment) Order 2002, 733.

    Regulations: 2001: Cider and Perry (Amendment), 66; Excise Duty Points (Duty Suspended Movements of Excise Goods), 117; Gaming Duty (Amendment), 117; General Betting Duty, 118; Excise Duty (Payments in Case of Error or Delay), 123; Lottery Duty (Amendment), 283.

    Regulations: 2002: Dual-Use Items (Export Control) (Amendment), 295; The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Supply and Sale of Equipment) (Penalties and Licences) (Revocation), 360; Excise Goods (Accompanying Documents), 400; Zimbabwe (Sale, Supply, Export and Shipment of Equipment) (Penalties and Licences), 446; Beer and Excise Warehousing (Amendment), 543; Hydrocarbon Oil (Industrial Reliefs), 590; Hydrocarbon Oil (Marking), 697; Biodiesel and Bioblend, 735; The Dual-Use Items (Export Control) (Amendment) (No. 2), 736; Origin of Goods (Petroleum Products) (Revocation), 739; Gaming Duty (Amendment), 740; Lottery Duty (Amendment), 741; Lottery Duty (Instant Chances) (Amendment), 741, Excise Goods, Beer and Tobacco Products (Amendment) 786.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs and Excise, 440.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: HM Customs and Excise, 325.

Damages:

    Order: 2001: Damages (Personal Injury), 30.

    Orders: 2002: Damages for Bereavement (Variation of Sum) (England and Wales), 404; Damages for Bereavement (Variation of Sum) (Northern Ireland), 404.

Dangerous Drugs:

    Draft Orders: 2001: Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 (Modification), 145; Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (Modification), 145.

    Order: 2001: Misuse of Drugs (Designation), 271.

    Regulations: 2001: Controlled Drugs (Substances Useful for Manufacture) (Intra-Community Trade) (Amendment), 209; Misuse of Drugs, 271.

Data Protection:

    Draft Order: 2002: Data Protection (Processing of Sensitive Personal Data) (Elected Representatives), 728.

    Regulations: 2001: Data Protection (Subject Access) (Fees and Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment), 122; Data Protection (Notification and Notification Fees) (Amendment), 123.

    Rules: 2002: Information Tribunal (Enforcement Appeals) (Amendment), 798.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Information Commissioner, 66.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Information Commissioner, 674.

Defence:

    Consolidated Departmental Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Ministry of Defence, 271.

    Lists of exceptions as to pensions for 2000–01 for:– the Air Force Regulations, 46; the Army Regulations, 46; the Navy Regulations, 46.

    Ministry of Defence Minutes concerning:– the proposed gifting of the Ministry of Defence Pattern Room and Small Arms Technical Information Centre to the Royal Armouries Museum, 24; a contingent liability consequent upon the proposed granting of a temporary indemnity to QinetiQ Limited, 26; the gifting of surplus Challenger 2 ammunition to the Government of Oman, 232; the Ministry of Defence's agreement with QinetiQ on the allocation of pre-vesting liabilities, 243; a proposed contingent liability for RAF “At Home Days”, 534; a contingent liability concerning the Ministry of Defence's agreement with QinetiQ on the allocation of pre-vesting liabilities, 670; the gifting of non-lethal military equipment to the Government of Nepal, 717, revised, 733; a contingent liability created for the preparation of the recovery of HMS Nottingham from Australia, 754; the gifting of up to 133 Challenger 1 tanks to the Government of Jordan, 758.

    Ministry of Defence Performance Report for 2000–01, 234.

    Draft Order: 2002: Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Acts (Continuation), 527.

    Paper: The Strategic Defence Review: A New Chapter, 709.

    Queen's Order in respect of increases in Royal Air Force Pensions, 749.

    Regulations: 2002: Royal Marines Terms of Service (Amendment), 342.

    Rules: 2002: Courts-Martial (Army) (Amendment), 346; Courts-Martial (Royal Air Force) (Amendment), 346; Courts-Martial (Royal Navy) (Amendment), 346.

Defence (Votes A), 2002–03:

    Estimates of the maximum numbers of personnel to be maintained for service with the Armed Forces for the year ending 31st March 2003, 372.

Defence Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Pay and Personnel Agency, 75; Defence Bills Agency, 87; Royal Air Force Personnel Management Agency, 87; Defence Storage and Distribution Agency, 93; Defence Vetting Agency, 93; Disposal Services Agency, 93; Duke of York's Royal Military School, 93; Armed Forces Personnel Administration Agency, 100; Logistic Information Systems Agency, 100; Naval Manning Agency, 100; Defence Transport and Movements Agency, 154; Defence Estates, 196; Defence Procurement Agency, 228; Ministry of Defence Police Chief Constable, 249; Defence Dental Agency, 288; Defence Analytical Services Agency, 320; Queen Victoria School, 325; Army Personnel Centre, 331; British Forces Post Office, 331; Defence Intelligence and Security Centre, 331; Service Children's Education, 331; Defence Geographic and Imagery Intelligence Agency, 721.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Defence Bills Agency, 685; Pay and Personnel Agency, 698; Defence Storage and Distribution Agency, 702; Duke of York's Royal Military School, 709; Army Personnel Centre, 712; Disposal Services Agency, 712; Defence Analytical Services Agency, 717; Defence Medical Training Organisation, 717; Defence Vetting Agency, 717; Ministry of Defence Police, 717; Royal Air Force Personnel Management Agency, 717; Defence Estates Agency, 721; Defence Secondary Care Agency, 721; Naval Manning Agency, 721; War Pensions Agency, 728; Defence Dental Agency, 772, Defence Transport and Movements Agency, 790.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Armed Forces Pension Scheme, 209.

Defence, Foreign Affairs, International Development and Trade and Industry:

    Government Response to 3rd Report from the Defence Committee, 3rd Report from the Foreign Affairs Committee, 2nd Report from the International Development Committee and 7th Report from the Trade and Industry Committee, Session 2000–01, on Annual Report for 1999 and Parliamentary Prior Scrutiny on Strategic Export Controls, 70, Government Response to 5th Report from the Defence Committee, 8th Report from the Foreign Affairs Committee, 4th Report from the International Development Committee and 4th Report from the Trade and Industry Committee, Session 2001–02, on Strategic Export Controls: Annual Report for 2000, Licensing Policy and Prior Parliamentary Scrutiny, 775.

Dentists:

    Draft Order: 2001: Dentists Act 1984 (Amendment), 157.

    Draft Order: 2002: Dentists Act 1984 (Dental Auxiliaries), 524.

    Order: 2002: General Dental Council (Constitution), 644.

    Paper: Report of the Public Consultation on Proposals to Amend the Dentists Act 1984, 157.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Dental Auxiliaries (Amendment), 514.

Deregulation:

    Draft Order: 2001: Deregulation (Disposals of Dwelling-houses by Local Authorities), 227.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Deregulation (Correction of Birth and Death Entries in Registers or Other Records), 286; withdrawn, 316, re-laid, 404; Deregulation (Restaurant Licensing Hours), 316; Deregulation (Bingo and Other Gaming), 320.

Derelict Land:

    Order: 2002: Derelict Land Clearance Area (Combe Down Stone Mines, Bath), 737.

Designs:

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Registered Designs, 99.

    Rules: 2001: Registered Designs (Amendment), 253; Registered Designs (Fees) (Amendment), 253.

Development of Tourism:

    Accounts: 2000–01: British Tourist Authority, 100; English Tourist Board, 100.

    Accounts: 2001–02: British Tourist Authority, 685; English Tourism Council, 728.

    Statement of appointment and salary of Kumar Muthalagappan as a member of the British Tourist Authority, 379.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: British Tourist Authority, 143.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: English Tourism Council, 749; British Tourist Authority, 772.

Devolution:

    Paper: Memorandum of Understanding and supplementary agreements between the United Kingdom Government, Scottish Ministers, the Cabinet of the National Assembly for Wales and the Northern Ireland Executive Committee, 276.

Disability Discrimination:

    Draft Codes of Practice:– on Rights of Access: Goods, Facilities, Services and Premises, 221; for providers of Post 16 education and related services, 524, withdrawn, 528; for Schools, 524, withdrawn, 528, re-laid,583; for Schools, 583.

Disability Rights Commission:

    Account: 2000–01: Disability Rights Commission, 100.

    Account: 2001–02: Disability Rights Commission, 698.

Disabled Persons:

    Orders: 2001: Rail Vehicle Accessibility (North Western Trains Class 175/0 and Class 175/1 Vehicles) Exemption, 140; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (C2C Class 357/0 Vehicles) Exemption, 257; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Croydon Tramlink Class CR4000 Vehicles) Exemption, 257; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Gatwick Express Class 460 Vehicles) Exemption (Amendment), 257; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (ScotRail Class 170/4 Vehicles) Exemption, 257.

    Orders: 2002: Rail Vehicle Accessibility (East Hayling Light Railway Vehicles) Exemption, 356; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Cairngorm Funicular Railway) Exemption, 415; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (South West Trains Class 458 Vehicles) Exemption, 415; Disability Discrimination Code of Practice (Goods, Facilities, Services and Premises) Revocation, 440; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Middleton Railway Drewry Car) Exemption, 524; Disability Discrimination (Designation of Educational Institutions), 590; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (South Central Class 375/3 Vehicles) Exemption, 631; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Isle of Wight Railway LCDR No. 2515 Vehicle) Exemption, 655; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (Virgin West Coast Class 390 Vehicles) Exemption, 655; Rail Vehicle Accessibility (South West Trains Class 458 Vehicles) Exemption (Amendment), 680.

    Regulations: 2001: Disability Discrimination (Providers of Services) (Adjustment of Premises), 123; Disability Discrimination (Educational Institutions) (Alteration of Leasehold Premises), 590.

    Regulations: 2002: Disability Discrimination (Services and Premises) (Amendment), 735; Disability Discrimination (Prescribed Periods for Accessibility Strategies and Plans for Schools) (England), 736; Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (General Provisions and Disability Claims Procedure), 736.

Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration:

    Thirty-first Report of the Review Body on Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration, 271; Supplement to the Thirty-first Report, 271.

Duchies of Lancaster and Cornwall:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Duchy of Lancaster, 100.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Duchy of Lancaster, 717.

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: Duchy of Cornwall, 27.

    Financial Statements: 2001–02: Duchy of Cornwall, 636.

Ecclesiastical Law:

    Orders: 2001: Ecclesiastical Judges, Legal Officers and Others (Fees), 112; Legal Officers (Annual Fees), 112; Parochial Fees, 113.

    Orders: 2002: Ecclesiastical Judges, Legal Officers and Others (Fees), 728; Legal Officers (Annual Fees), 728; Parochial Fees, 728.

    Resolution: 2001: National Institutions Measure 1998 (Amendment), 201.

Economic and Fiscal Strategy Report and Financial Statement and Budget Report:

    Economic and Fiscal Strategy Report and Financial Statement and Budget Report, April 2002: The strength to make long-term decisions: Investing in an enterprising, fairer Britain, 466.

Education:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Teacher Training Agency, 93.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Teacher Training Agency, 717; Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, 717.

    Draft Special Educational Needs Code of Practice, 19, withdrawn, 95, re-laid, 143.

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, 100.

    Draft Order: 2002: Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England), 366.

    Orders: 2001: Education (Designated Institutions) (No. 2), 24; Thurrock College and Basildon College (Dissolution), 66; Education (Chief Inspector of Schools in England), 113; Teacher Training Agency (Additional Functions) (England) (No. 2), 114; Sussex Downs College (Incorporation), 114; Barnsley Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Blackburn with Darwen Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Breaking the Cycle Bridgwater Education Action Zone (Variation), 115; CfBT/Lambeth Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; East Middlesbrough Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Hackney Education Action Zone (Variation), 115; Herefordshire Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Leicester (South and West) Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; New Addington Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; “Next Step” North East Lincolnshire Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Newcastle Education Action Zone (Extension), 115; Newham Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; North Somerset Education Action Zone (Extension), 115; Salford and Trafford Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 115; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions) (No. 4), 115; Higher Education Funding Council for England (Supplementary Functions), 116; Learning and Skills Council for England (Supplementary Functions), 116; Shena Simon College, Manchester (Dissolution), 116; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions) (No. 5), 117; Education (Funding for Teacher Training) Designation, 121; Eastbourne College of Arts and Technology (Dissolution), 121; Lewes Tertiary College (Dissolution), 121; Brooke House Sixth Form College (Incorporation), 122; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions) (No. 6), 122; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions) (No. 7), 136; Education (City Academies), 140; Education (City Academies) (Subject Areas), 181; Derby College (Incorporation), 234; Ealing Tertiary College (Dissolution), 234; Birmingham (Aston and Nechells) Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 238; Birmingham (Kitts Green and Shard End) Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 238; East Basildon Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 238; East Brighton Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 238; Halifax Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 238; Kingston upon Hull (Bransholme Area) Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; Leigh Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; North East Sheffield Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; North Southwark Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; Nottingham (Bulwell) Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; Plymouth Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; South Tyneside Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; Thetford Education Action Zone (Extension and Variation), 239; Soundwell College, Bristol (Dissolution), 239; Education (Special Educational Needs Code of Practice) (Appointed Day) (England), 253; Coventry Technical College (Dissolution), 283.

    Orders: 2002: Broomfield Agricultural College (Dissolution), 348; Derby Tertiary College—Wilmorton (Dissolution), 348; East Yorkshire College of Further Education, Bridlington (Dissolution), 348; Mackworth College (Dissolution), 348; Education (Chief Inspector of Schools in England), 365; Education (Funding for Teacher Training) Designation, 388; Teacher Training Agency (Additional Functions) (England), 398; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions), 446; Education (Birmingham College of Food, Tourism and Creative Studies) (Transfer to the Higher Education Sector), 514; Brinsbury College (Dissolution), 583; Teesside Tertiary College (Dissolution), 655; North Derbyshire Tertiary College (Dissolution), 663; Education (London Residuary Body) (Property Transfer) (Amendment), 737; School Teachers' Remuneration, 738; Greenwich–Time to Succeed Education Action Zone (Extension), 738; Hamilton Oxford Schools Partnership Education Action Zone (Extension), 738; Education (School Teachers' Pay and Conditions) (No. 2), 739; Teacher Training Agency (Additional Functions) (No. 2) (Amendment), 747; Longley Park Sixth Form College (Incorporation), 747, Education (Funding for Teacher Training) Designation (No. 2), 794.

    Regulations: 2001: Education (Special Educational Needs) (England), 19; Special Educational Needs (Provision of Information by Local Education Authorities) (England), 19; Education (Grants for Disabled Postgraduate Students) (Amendment), 27; Education (Student Support) (Amendment) (No. 2), 43; Education (Special Educational Needs) (England) (Amendment), 66; Education (Mandatory Awards) (Amendment), 99; Education (Special Educational Needs) (England) (Amendment No. 2), 99; Education (Teacher Training Bursaries) (England), 99; Education (Teacher Training Hardship Grants) (England) (No. 2), 99; Education (Assisted Places) (Amendment) (England), 113; Education (Grants) (Music, Ballet and Choir Schools) (England), 113; Education Maintenance Allowance (Pilot Areas), 113; Education (Assisted Places) (Incidental Expenses) (Amendment) (England), 114; Education (Mandatory Awards) (Amendment) (No. 2), 114; Education (Pupil Registration) (Amendment) (England), 114; Sussex Downs College (Government), 114; Education (Grants etc.) (Dance and Drama) (England), 115; Education (Grants) (Royal Ballet School), 115; Education (Grants) (Yehudi Menuhin School) Regulations 2001, 115; Education (School Teacher Appraisal) (England), 115; Education (Grant) (Financial Support for Students), 115; Education (Induction Arrangements for School Teachers) (Consolidation) (England), 115; Education (Student Support) (Dance and Drama) (Amendment), 115; Education (Student Support) (European Institutions) (Amendment) (No. 2), 115; Education (Teachers' Qualifications and Health Standards) (England) (Amendment No. 2), 116; Education (School Performance Targets) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2), 116; Education (Fast Track Bursaries and Grants) (England), 118; Brooke House Sixth Form College (Government), 122; Education (School Performance Information) (England), 140; Education (Special Educational Needs) (England) (Consolidation), 143; Education (Teachers' Qualifications and Health Standards) (England) (Amendment) (No. 3), 215; Education (School Attendance Targets) (England) (Amendment), 232; Derby College (Government), 234; Education Development Plans (England), 234; Education (Induction Arrangements for School Teachers) (Consolidation) (England) (Amendment), 253; Education Standards Fund (England) (Amendment), 271; General Teaching Council for England (Deduction of Fees), 271; Education (Information About Individual Pupils) (England), 276.

    Regulations: 2002: Education (Mandatory Awards) Regulations 2001 (Amendment) (No. 3), 330; Education (Student Support) Regulations 2001 (Amendment) (No. 3), 330; Education (Student Support), 335; Education (Mandatory Awards) Regulations 2001 (Amendment) (No. 4), 346; Financing of Maintained Schools (England), 365; School Budget Shares (Prescribed Purposes) (England), 365; Education Development Plans (England) (Amendment), 376; Education (QCA Levy), 384; Education (Bursaries for School Teacher Training) (England) Regulations 2002, 398; Education Standards Fund (England), 398; Education (Teacher Training Bursaries) (England), 398; Education (Budget Statements) (England), 400; Education (Outturn Statements) (England), 400; Education (Bursaries for School Teacher Training) (England) (Amendment), 433; Education (School Performance Targets) (England) (Amendment), 446; Government of Further Education Corporations (Revocation) (England), 463; Education (Bursaries for School Teacher Training) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2), 472; Education (Governors' Annual Reports) (England) (Amendment), 514; Education (School Information) (England) (Amendment), 514; Education (Student Support) (Amendment), 550; Education (Mandatory Awards), 558; Education (QCA Levy) (Amendment), 558; Education (Student Loans) (Amendment) (England and Wales), 558; Education (Student Loans) (Amendment) (No. 2) (England and Wales), 589; Education (Teachers' Qualifications and Health Standards) (England) (Amendment), 589; Education (Pupil Information) (England) (Amendment), 648; Education (Grants in respect of Voluntary Aided Schools) (Amendment) (England), 669; Education Standards Fund (England) (Amendment), 674; Education Maintenance Allowance (Pilot Areas) (Amendment), 720; Education (School Performance Information) (England) (Amendment), 736; Education (Assisted Places) (Amendment) (England), 736; Education (Assisted Places) (Incidental Expenses) (Amendment) (England), 736; The Education (Middle School) (England), 736; Education (Non-Maintained Special Schools) (England) (Amendment), 736; Financing of Maintained Schools (England) (Amendment), 737; Education (Grants) (Music, Ballet and Choir Schools) (Amendment) (England), 737; Education (Induction Arrangements for School Teachers) (Consolidation) (Amendment) (England), 737; Education (Special Educational Needs) (Approval of Independent Schools) (Amendment) (England), 737; Education (Special Educational Needs) (City Colleges) (England), 737; Education (Grants etc.) (Dance and Drama) (England) (Amendment), 737; Education (Grants for Disabled Postgraduate Students) (Amendment), 737; Education (Mandatory Awards) (Amendment), 737; Education (National Curriculum) (Exceptions at Key Stage 4) (England) (Amendment), 737; Education (School Performance Targets) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2), 737; Education (Student Loans) (Repayment) (Amendment), 737; Education (Student Support) (Amendment) (No. 2), 737; Education (Teacher Student Loans) (Repayment etc.), 737; Education Act 2002 (Transitional Provisions etc.) (England), 738; Schools Forums (England), 738; Education (Governors' Annual Reports) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2), 739; Education Action Forum (Proceedings) (Amendment), 740; Education Act 2002 (Modification of Provisions) (England), 740; Education (Nursery Education and Early Years Development) (England) (Amendment), 746; Longley Park Sixth Form College (Government), 746; Education (Pupil Referral Units) (Appeals Against Permanent Exclusion) (England), 748.

    Paper: Schools: Achieving Success, 112.

Education (Scotland):

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Scottish Qualifications Authority, 23.

Education (Wales):

    Order: 2002: Education (Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales), 371.

    Regulations: 2001: Special Educational Needs Tribunal (Time Limits) (Wales), 262.

    Regulations: 2002: Education (Amount to Follow Permanently Excluded Pupil) (Amendment) (Wales), 398.

Education and Employment:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department for Education and Employment, 331.

Education and Skills:

    Department for Education and Skills Minutes:– concerning a proposed contingent liability consequent upon the establishment of an Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth, 366; concerning a contingent liability in respect of arrangements to allow the appointment of a receiver to manage the affairs of Nottinghamshire Enterprises Ltd. (formerly North Nottinghamshire Training and Enterprise Council), 443; revising a Minute concerning a proposed contingent liability in respect of arrangements for the appointment of a receiver to manage the affairs of Nottinghamshire Enterprises Ltd. (formerly North Nottinghamshire Training and Enterprise Council), 591; concerning contingent liabilities in respect of arrangements to allow the appointment of administrative receivers to manage the affairs of former Training and Enterprise Councils, 734, concerning a contingent liability in respect of a contract with the Centre for British Teaching (CfBT) for the provision of services relating to the Government's drive to raise standards through the primary and Key Stage 3 strategies, 794.

    Paper: 14-19: Extending Opportunities, Raising Standards, 353.

Education Reform:

    Account: 1st April–31st December 2000: Education Transfer Council, 20.

Electoral Commission:

    Order: 2002: Electoral Commission (Limit on Public Awareness Expenditure), 404.

Electoral Law (Northern Ireland):

    Reports of the Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland: 2000–01, 67; 2001–02, 651.

Electricity:

    Draft Order: 2001: Electricity and Gas (Energy Efficiency Obligations), 191.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Renewables Obligation, 356; Electricity and Gas (Determination of Turnover for Penalties), 379.

    Orders: 2001: Electricity (Class Exemptions from the Requirement for a Licence), 122; Electricity from Non-Fossil Fuel Sources Saving Arrangements (Amendment), 122; Electricity from Non-Fossil Fuel Sources (Scotland) Saving Arrangements, 122; Central Electricity Generating Board (Dissolution), 136; Electricity Council (Dissolution), 136; Electricity Act 1989 (Requirement of Consent for Offshore Wind and Water Driven Generating Stations) (England and Wales), 181; Electricity from Non-Fossil Fuel Sources (Locational Flexibility), 253[07.12].

    Orders: 2002: Electricity (Exemption from the Requirement for a Generation Licence) (England and Wales), 443, Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations, 775.

    Regulations: 2001: Fossil Fuel Levy (Amendment) (No. 2), 123.

    Regulations: 2002: Electricity (Connection Charges), 306.

Electronic Communications:

    Regulations: 2002: Electronic Signatures, 360; Electronic Commerce (EC Directive), 736.

Employment and Training:

    Draft Orders: 2002: Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board), 301; Industrial Training Levy (Engineering Construction Board), 301.

Employment Relations:

    Report: 2000–01: Central Arbitration Committee, 30.

Energy Conservation:

    Regulations: 2001: Energy Information and Energy Efficiency (Miscellaneous Amendments), 121; Energy Efficiency (Ballasts for Fluorescent Lighting), 127; Home Energy Efficiency Scheme (England) (Amendment), 318.

English National Stadium Review:

    Returns to Addresses to Her Majesty for Returns of Reports made by Mr Patrick Carter in respect of the English National Stadium Review: Interim Report (December 2001), 279; Final Report (October 2002), 754.

Entitlement Cards:

    Paper: Entitlement Cards and Identity Fraud—A Consultation Paper, 655.

Environment:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Environment Agency, 108.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Environment Agency, 712.

    The Environment Agency's Objective and Contribution to Sustainable Development: Statutory Guidance, 812.

Environmental Audit:

    Government Responses to the following Reports from the Environmental Audit Committee, Session 2001–02: 1st, on Departmental Responsibilities for Sustainable Development, 583, 4th, on Measuring the Quality of Life: The 2001 Sustainable Development Headline Indicators, 812.

Environmental Pollution:

    Twenty-Third Report of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, on Environmental Planning, 433.

Environmental Protection:

    Accounts: 2000–01: English Nature, 70.

    Accounts: 2001–02: English Nature, 685.

    Orders: 2002: Dog Fouling (Fixed Penalty) (England), 400; Litter (Fixed Penalty) (England), 400; Financial Assistance for Environmental Purposes, 655.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Landfill (England and Wales), 443; Offshore Chemicals, 443; Offshore Installations (Emergency Pollution Control), 600.

    Regulations: 2001: Air Quality Limit Values, 37; Environmental Protection (Controls on Injurious Substances) (Amendment), 121; Special Waste (Amendment) (England and Wales), 121; Waste (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (England) (Amendment), 121; Passenger Car (Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emissions Information), 160; Noise Emission in the Environment by Equipment for use Outdoors (Amendment), 262.

    Regulations: 2002: Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) (Amendment), 365; Environmental Protection (Controls on Ozone-Depleting Substances), 400; Environmental Protection (Waste Recycling Payments) (Amendment) (England), 405; Waste Management Licensing (Amendment) (England), 415; Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) (Amendment) (England), 433; Non-Road Mobile Machinery (Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants) (Amendment), 639; Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) (Amendment) (No. 2), 655; Agricultural or Forestry Tractors (Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants), 716; Financial Assistance for Environmental Purposes (No. 2), 736; Environmental Protection (Restriction on Use of Lead Shot) (England) (Amendment), 738; Genetically Modified Organisms (Deliberate Release), 746, Large Combustion Plants (England and Wales), 798.

    Report: 2001–02: English Nature, 702.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 108.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Joint Nature Conservation Committee, 712.

    Report and Summary Financial Statement: 2000–01: English Nature, 93.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

    Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Minutes concerning:– a contingent liability relating to indemnities established for officers and Board members of the Residuary Milk Marketing Board, 75; a proposed contingent liability in relation to the Waste and Resources Action Programme's newsprint project, 366; a proposed contingent liability in respect of an indemnity to be given to the Royal Society consequent upon publication of the report of its inquiry into infectious diseases in livestock, 648.

    Response by HM Government with the Welsh Assembly to the Reports of the Foot and Mouth Disease Inquiries, 812.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, 87; Pesticides Safety Directorate, 87; Central Science Laboratory, 100; Intervention Board. 100; Veterinary Laboratories Agency, 100; Veterinary Medicines Directorate, 100; Farming and Rural Conservation Agency, 268.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, 698; Pesticides Safety Directorate, 717; Central Science Laboratory, 721; Veterinary Laboratories Agency, 721; Veterinary Medicines Directorate, 721, Rural Payments Agency, 794.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Intervention Board Executive Agency, 160.

Environment, Transport and the Regions:

    Government Responses to the following Reports from the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee, Session 2000–01:– 8th, on Cemeteries, 151; 11th, on Walking in Towns and Cities, 191.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 331.

Equitable Life Assurance Society:

    Report of the Financial Services Authority on the review of the regulation of the Equitable Life Assurance Society from 1st January 1999 to 8th December 2000, which Her Majesty's Government is submitting as evidence to the inquiry conducted by Lord Penrose, 130.

European Communities:

    2001:

    2. Agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of South Africa, of the other part, on Trade, Development and Co-operation, 61.

    3. Partnership Agreement between the Members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, 93.

    4. Internal Agreement between the Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, on Measures to be taken and Procedures to be followed for the Implementation of the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement, 93.

    5. Internal Agreement between Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, on the Financing and Administration of Community Aid under the Financial Protocol to the Partnership Agreement between the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and the European Community and its Member States signed in Cotonou (Benin) on 23rd June 2000 and the Allocation of Financial Assistance for the Overseas Countries and Territories to which Part Four of the EC Treaty applies, 94.

    6. Protocol drawn up on the basis of Article 43(1) of the Convention on the Establishment of a European Police Office (Europol Convention) amending Article 2 and the Annex to that Convention, 111.

    7. Convention established by the Council in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union, 111.

    8. Protocol amending the Convention of 23 July 1990 on the Elimination of Double Taxation in connection with the Adjustment of Profits of Associated Enterprises, 119.

    2002:

    1. Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, of the other part, 381.

    2. Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of Croatia, of the other part, 612.

    3. Protocol established by the Council, in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, to the Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union, 745.

    Draft Order: 2001: European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Partnership Agreement between the Members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States and the European Community and its member States (The Cotonou Agreement)), 127.

    Draft Orders: 2002: European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), 702; European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Republic of Croatia), 702, withdrawn, 760; European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Agreement on Trade, Development and Co-operation Between the European Community and its Member States and the Republic of South Africa), 819.

    Orders: 2001: European Communities (Designation) (No. 2), 113; European Communities (Designation) (No. 3), 185; European Communities (Designation) (No. 4), 283.

    Orders: 2002: European Communities (Designation), 356; European Communities (Designation) (No. 2), 520; European Communities (Designation) (No. 3), 735.

    Regulations: 2001: EC Competition Law (Articles 84 and 85) Enforcement, 116; Rural Development Grants (Local Communities), 253.

    Regulations: 2002: EC Competition Law (Articles 84 and 85) Enforcement (Amendment), 292.

    Reports by the Department of Trade and Industry on the exercise of powers conferred by certain sections of the European Communities Act 1972 and of the Customs and Excise Duties (General Reliefs) Act 1979: for 2000–01, 235; for 2001–02, 786.

    Paper prepared by the Commission of the European Communities, entitled European Governance, 121.

European Community Finances:

    Papers: Statements on the EC Budget and measures to counter fraud and financial mismanagement: 2001, 82; 2002, 717.

European Union:

    Papers: Developments in the European Union, July to December 2000, 87; Developments in the European Union, January to June 2001, 276; Developments in the European Union: July–December 2001: The Belgian Presidency, 589; Developments in the European Union, January to June 2002, 745.

Evidence:

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Blood Tests (Evidence of Paternity) (Amendment), 463.

Exchange Equalisation:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Exchange Equalisation, 102.

    Account: 2000–01: Exchange Equalisation, 331.

Explosives:

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Explosives (Fireworks), 461.

    Report: 2000: Her Majesty's Inspector of Explosives for Northern Ireland, 94.

    Report: 2001: Her Majesty's Inspector of Explosives for Northern Ireland, 583.

Export Controls:

    Reports on Strategic Export Controls: for 2000, 276; for 2001, 712.

Export Credits Guarantee Department:

    Report and Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Export Credits Guarantee Department, 288.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Export Credits Guarantee Department, 288.

Export of Works of Art:

    Report of the Reviewing Committee on Export of Works of Art for 1st July 2000 to 30th June 2001, 379.

Extradition:

    Orders: 2002: European Convention on Extradition (Armenia and Georgia) (Amendment), 735; European Convention on Extradition (Fiscal Offences) (Amendment), 735; Extradition (Terrorist Bombings), 742.

    Paper: Extradition: Consultation on Draft Legislation, 644.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: European Union Extradition, 271; European Union Extradition (Amendment), 543.

Facilities of the House:

    Copy of a letter relating to access to facilities of the House, referred to in a speech by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in the House, 276.

Fair Trading:

    Report: 2001: Director General of Fair Trading, 543.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of Fair Trading, 325.

Family Law:

    Draft Order: 2002: Child Support Appeals (Jurisdiction of Courts), 631.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Child Support (Miscellaneous Amendments), 415; Child Support (Temporary Compensation Payment Scheme) (Modification and Amendment), 631.

    Regulations: 2002: Child Support (Northern Ireland Reciprocal Arrangements) Amendment, 443.

Family Proceedings:

    Order: Northern Ireland: 2002: Declarations of Parentage (Allocation of Proceedings), 440.

    Rules: Northern Ireland: 2002: Family Proceedings (Amendment), 450.

Farm Land and Rural Development:

    Review by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of the Farm Woodland Scheme and the Farm Woodland Premium Scheme, 83.

Fees and Charges:

    Draft Order: 2002: Consular Fees Act 1980 (Fees), 543, withdrawn, 551, re-laid, 550.

    Regulations: 2002: European Economic Interest Grouping (Fees) (Amendment), 366; Measuring Instruments (EEC Requirements) (Fees) (Amendment), 398.

Finance:

    Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on Audit of Assumptions for the 2002 Budget, 466.

Financial Reporting to Parliament:

    Departmental Reports 2002: The Government's Expenditure Plans for 2002–03 to 2003–04 for:– Department of International Development, 511; Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Forestry Commission and Office of Water Services, 584; Department for Work and Pensions, 584; Chancellor of the Exchequer's Departments: HM Treasury, Debt Management Office, National Investment and Loans Office, Office of Government Commerce and Registry of Friendly Societies, 591; Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions, Office of the Rail Regulator and Ordnance Survey, 591; Inland Revenue, 591; Department for Education and Skills and Office for Standards in Education, 595; Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 595; Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 600; British Trade International, 606; Charity Commission for England and Wales, 606; Home Office, 606; Lord Chancellor's Departments, 606; Law Officers' Departments, 606; Office for National Statistics, 606; Scotland Office, 606; Wales Office, 606; Department of Trade and Industry, 611; Export Credits Guarantee Department, 611; Food Standards Agency, 611; National Savings and Investments, 611; Northern Ireland Office, 611; Government Actuary's Department, 612; HM Customs and Excise, 616; Office of Fair Trading, 644; Cabinet Office, Central Office of Information, Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and Health Service Commissioner for England, Privy Council Office, House of Lords, House of Commons, National Audit Office and Electoral Commission, 651; Ministry of Defence, 674; Department of Health, 709.

Financial Services:

    Regulations: 2001: Money Laundering, 181.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Financial Services Authority, 24.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Financial Services Authority, 624.

Financial Services and Markets:

    Draft Order: 2002: Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) (Amendment) (Electronic Commerce Directive), 568.

    Orders: 2001: Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Designated Date for The Securities and Futures Authority), 20; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Ombudsman Scheme and Complaint Scheme), 30; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Meaning of “Policy” and “Policyholder”), 40; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Gaming Contracts), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Reviews of Pensions Business), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Variation of Threshold Conditions), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Mutual Societies), 99; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) (Miscellaneous) (No. 2), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Controllers) (Exemption), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) (Amendment), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Insolvency) (Definition of “Insurer”), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Civil Remedies, Discipline, Criminal Offences etc.), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Authorised Persons etc.), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Controllers), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments) (Pre-Commencement Modifications), 116; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Offers of Securities), 116; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Official Listing of Securities) (Transitional Provisions), 116; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions, Repeals and Savings) (Financial Services Compensation Scheme), 116; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Gibraltar), 118; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Civil Remedies, Discipline, Criminal Offences etc.) (No. 2), 118; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Controllers) (Exemption) (No. 2), 123; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Interim Permissions), 127; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment), 164; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Dissolution of the Board of Banking Supervision) (Transitional Provisions), 169; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions) (Partly Completed Procedures), 173; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Control of Transfers of Business Done at Lloyd's), 179; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Exemption) (Amendment), 179; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments) (Taxes), 179; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Confidential Information) (Bank of England) (Consequential Provisions), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Savings, Modifications and Consequential Provisions) (Rehabilitation of Offenders) (Scotland), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Business Transfers), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments andRepeals) , 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments and Savings) (Industrial Assurance), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Miscellaneous Provisions), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Misleading Statements and Practices), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Information Requirements and Investigations), 181; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Prescribed Markets and Qualifying Investments) (Amendment), 191; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Scope of Permission Notices), 221; Financial Services and Markets Act (Consequential Amendments) (No. 2), 227; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) (Amendment No. 2), 227.

    Orders: 2002: Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment), 418; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Permission and Applications) (Credit Unions etc.), 421; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Administration Orders Relating to Insurers), 534; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion and Miscellaneous Amendments), 547; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments) (Taxes), 585; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) (Credit Unions), 590; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments), 600; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Commencement of Mortgage Regulation) (Amendment), 688; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (No. 2), 688, Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Variation of Threshold Conditions), 786.

    Regulations: 2001: Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Disclosure of Confidential Information), 19; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Rights of Action), 20; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Collective Investment Schemes Constituted in Other EEA States), 46; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Appointed Representatives) (Amendment), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Consultation with Competent Authorities), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (EEA Passport Rights), 77; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Communications by Auditors), 93; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Law Applicable to Contracts of Insurance), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Own-initiative Power) (Overseas Regulators), 107; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Official Listing of Securities), 116; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Treatment of Assets of Insurers on Winding Up), 116; Public Offers of Securities (Exemptions), 117; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Disclosure of Confidential Information) (Amendment), 137; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Official Listing of Securities) (Amendment), 138; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Law Applicable to Contracts of Insurance) (Amendment), 164; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Control of Business Transfers) (Requirements on Applicants), 179; Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Disclosure of Confidential Information) (Amendment) (No. 2), 179; Financial Services and Markets Tribunal (Legal Assistance), 181; Financial Services and Markets Tribunal (Legal Assistance Scheme—Costs), 181.

    Regulations: 2002: Electronic Money (Miscellaneous Amendments), 436; Electronic Commerce Directive (Financial Services and Markets), 688; Electronic Commerce Directive (Financial Services and Markets) (Amendment), 736, Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Fourth Motor Insurance Directive) 786.

    Rules: 2001: Financial Services and Markets Tribunal, 66.

Firearms:

    Report of the Firearms Consultative Committee for 2000–01, 430.

Fire Services:

    Order: 2001: Firemen's Pension Scheme (Pension Sharing), 213.

    Report: 2000–01: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Fire Services for England and Wales, 440.

Fisheries:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Sea Fish Industry Authority, 133.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Sea Fish Industry Authority, 806.

    Annual Review: 2001–02: Seafish, 806.

    Regulations: 2002: Diseases of Fish (Control) (Amendment) (England and Wales), 352.

Flags:

    Draft Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Flags (Amendment), 543.

Food:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Home Grown Sugar Beet (Research and Education) Fund, 20.

    Orders: 2002: Food (Star Anise from Third Countries) (Emergency Control) (England), 365; Food (Star Anise from Third Countries) (Emergency Control) (England) (Amendment), 429.

    Regulations: 2001: Sweeteners in Food (Amendment) (England), 40; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Marking of Meat, Meat Products, Minced Meat and Meat Preparations) (No. 2), 99; Specified Risk Material (Amendment) (England) (No. 2),112; Poultry Meat, Farmed Game Bird Meat and Rabbit Meat (Hygiene and Inspection) (Amendment) (England), 128; Colours in Food (Amendment) (England), 140; Animals and Animal Products (Examination for Residues and Maximum Residue Limits) (Amendment), 180; Miscellaneous Food Additives (Amendment) (England) (No. 2), 224.

    Regulations: 2002: Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Marking of Meat, Meat Preparations and Meat Products), 320; Food and Animal Feeding stuffs (Products of Animal Origin from China) (Control) (England), 333; Notification of Marketing of Food for Particular Nutritional Uses (England and Wales), 365; Sweeteners in Food (Amendment) (England), 365; Dairy Produce Quotas (General Provisions), 384; Dairy Produce Quotas, 384; Welfare Food (Amendment), 405; Food (Figs, Hazelnuts and Pistachios from Turkey) (Emergency Control) (England), 440; Food (Peanuts from China) (Emergency Control) (England), 440; Food (Jelly Confectionery) (Emergency Control) (England), 450; Meat (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) (England), 568; Contaminants in Food (England), 583; Food and Animal Feedingstuffs (Products of Animal Origin from China) (Emergency Control) (England), 620; Animal By-Products (Identification) (Amendment) (England), 631; Food for Particular Nutritional Uses (Addition of Substances for Specific Nutritional Purposes) (England), 692; Contaminants in Food (England) (Amendment), 716; Food (Control of Irradiation) (Amendment), 728; Products of Animal Origin (Third Country Imports) (England) (Amendment), 738; Food (Figs, Hazelnuts and Pistachios from Turkey) (Emergency Control) (England) (No.2), 741; Food (Peanuts from China) (Emergency Control) (England) (No.2), 741; Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Amendment) (England), 741.

Food Standards:

    Consolidated Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Food Standards Agency, 339.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Food Standards Agency, 339.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Food Standards Agency, 331.

Food Standards Agency Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Meat Hygiene Service, 94.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Meat Hygiene Service, 721.

Foot and Mouth Disease Inquiry:

    Return to an Address to Her Majesty for a Return of the Report, evidence and supporting papers of the Inquiry into Foot and Mouth Disease 2001: Lessons to be Learned, conducted by Dr Iain Anderson, 717.

Football (Disorder):

    Report on the impact of measures introduced by the Football (Disorder) Act 2000 during the period August 2000 to June 2001, 20.

Football Spectators:

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Football Licensing Authority, 758.

Foreign Affairs:

    Government Responses to the following reports from the Foreign Affairs Committee, Session 2000–01:– 8th, on Human Rights Annual Report 2000: Follow-up to Government Response, 75; 9th, on Foreign and Commonwealth Office Annual Report for 2001, 75; 5th, on European Union Enlargement and Nice Follow-up, 87; 4th, on Government Policy towards the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the wider region following the fall of Milosevic, 102; 6th, on Gibraltar: Follow-up, 102.

    Government Responses to the following reports from the Foreign Affairs Committee, Session 2001–02:– 2nd, on British–US Relations, 364; 5th, on Human Rights Annual Report 2001, 538; 6th, on Turkey, 663; 7th, on Foreign Policy Aspects of the War Against Terrorism, 733; 10th, on Zimbabwe, 746, 9th, on Private Military Companies, 794.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 331.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Wilton Park, 102.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Wilton Park, 721.

Forestry:

    Regulations: 2002: Forestry (Felling of Trees) (England and Wales) (Amendment), 346.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Forest Research, 331.

    Report and Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Forestry Commission, 331.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Forestry Commission, 331; Forestry Commission Pension Scheme, 331.

Freedom of Information:

    Draft Order: 2002: Freedom of Information (Designation of Persons as Public Authorities), 631, withdrawn, 666.

    Order: 2002: Freedom of Information (Additional Public Authorities), 760.

    Report, under section 87(5) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, on proposals for bringing fully into force those provisions of the Act which are not yet fully in force, 232.

Friendly Societies:

    Account: 2000–01: Friendly Societies Commission, 128.

    Accounts: eight months ending 30th November 2001: Friendly Societies Commission, 418.

    Regulations: 2001: Friendly Societies Act 1974 (Seal of the Financial Services Authority), 204.

    Report: 2000–01: Friendly Societies Commission, 108.

    Report: 1st October 2000 to 30th November 2001: Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies, 425.

    Report: 1st April to 30th November 2001: Friendly Societies Commission, 422.

Further and Higher Education:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Higher Education Funding Council for England, 26; Further Education Funding Council for England, 728.

    Account: 2001–02: Higher Education Funding Council for England, 663.

The Gambia:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of The Gambia for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 734.

Gaming:

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Gaming Board for Great Britain, 70.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Gaming Board for Great Britain, 685.

Gas and Electricity:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Director General for Gas and Electricity Supply: Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM), 102.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, 102.

General Medical Council:

    Accounts: 2000: General Medical Council, 119.

Government Annuities:

    Account of Government Annuities and Insurances for 2001, 443.

Government Resources and Accounts:

    Order: 2002: Whole of Government Accounts (Designation of Bodies), 384.

    Reports of the Financial Reporting Advisory Board to the Treasury: 2000–01, 20; 2001–02, 663.

Government Trading Funds:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Medicines Control Agency, 140.

    Draft Orders: 2002: ABRO Trading Fund, 318; Royal Mint Trading Fund (Extension and Variation), 379; Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Trading Fund (Variation), 620.

    Report and Accounts of the Buying Agency for 1st January 2000 to 31st March 2001, 75.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, 23; Defence Evaluation Research Agency, 40; Ordnance Survey, 59; Patent Office, 67; Forensic Science Service, 75; HM Land Registry, 75; Fire Service College, 83; Companies House, 102; Driving Standards Agency, 102; NHS Estates, 102; Royal Mint, 102; United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, 102; Vehicle Inspectorate, 102; Central Office of Information, 108.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Meteorological Office, 584; Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, 644; OGCbuying.solutions, 685; Forensic Science Service, 698; NHS Estates, 698; Ordnance Survey, 702; Vehicle Inspectorate, 702; United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, 709; Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, 712; Central Office of Information, 717; Defence Aviation and Repair Agency, 717; Patent Office, 717; Companies House, 721; Driving Standards Agency, 721; Fire Service College, 721; HM Land Registry, 721; Medicines Control Agency, 721; Royal Mint, 749.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Central Office of Information, 331.

    Treasury Minutes: establishing a further financial objective for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Trading Fund, 40; establishing a further financial objective for the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, 44; establishing a further financial objective desirable of achievement by The Buying Agency Trading Fund, 119; concerning a further financial objective desirable of achievement by the Driving Standards Agency Trading Fund, 392; concerning a further financial objective desirable of achievement by the ABRO Trading Fund, 430; concerning a further financial objective desirable of achievement by OGCbuying.solutions Trading Fund, 434; concerning a further financial objective desirable of achievement by the Driving Standards Agency Trading Fund, 440.

Greenwich Hospital:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Greenwich Hospital and Travers Foundation, 722.

Guyana:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana on the Transfer of Prisoners, 733.

Hallmark:

    Order: 2002: Hallmarking (International Convention), 398.

Hammond Inquiry:

    Return to an Order for a Return of the Review of the Conclusions of the 2001 Review by Sir Anthony Hammond KCB of the circumstances surrounding an application for naturalisation by Mr S. P. Hinduja in 1998, 381.

Health:

    Account: 2000–01: Commission for Health Improvement, 83.

    Account: 2001–02: Commission for Health Improvement, 729.

    Department of Health Minutes concerning: a proposed contingent liability in relation to any legal action against the Chair and members of the independent inquiry team into matters raised by Mr M. Al-Fallouji, 130; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon an indemnity granted to a member of the Independent Review into issues arising from the management of homes for adults with severe learning disabilities in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 133; a contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for members of the Independent Review into issues arising from the treatment of and standards of care provided to Caroline Bacon, 154; a contingent liability in respect of reimbursement of hospital costs of United Kingdom citizens injured in the United States in the incidents of 11th September 2001, 165; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against members of an independent review into paediatric services at the Medway Maritime Hospital, 279; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against Mr John Alder, Chair, and members of the external review team into retained organs handling at Birmingham Children's Hospital, 439; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against Mr Nigel Pleming QC, Chair, and members of the independent investigation into how the NHS handled allegations about the conduct of William Kerr and Michael Haslam, 439; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against Ms Tove Steen Sorensen-Bentham, Chair, and members of the Portsmouth Hospitals Trust external review of renal services, 439; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against Dr Margaret Bamford, Chair, and members of the independent review team into paediatric neurology services in Leicester, 449; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for any legal action against Dame Janet Smith DBE, Chairman, and members of the independent inquiry into issues arising from the case of Harold Frederick Shipman, 527; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for members of the independent inquiry into how the NHS handled allegations about the conduct of Clifford Ayling, 746; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for members of the independent inquiry into how the NHS handled allegations about the conduct of Richard Neale, 746.

    Government Responses to the following Reports from the Health Committee, Session 2000–01: 4th, on the Provision of Information by the Government Relating to the Safety of Breast Implants, 102; 3rd, on Head Injury: Rehabilitation, 110; 2nd, on Public Health, 111.

    Government Responses to the following Reports from the Health Committee, Session 2001–02: 1st, on the Role of the Private Sector in the NHS, 680, 3rd, on Delayed Discharges, 799.

    Papers: Delivering the NHS Plan—next steps on investment, next steps on reform, 470, General Medical Practice and Specialist Medical Education, Training and Qualifications Order 2003: Consultation Document, 799.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department of Health, 331.

Health Care and Associated Professions:

    Order: 2002: Health Professions Order 2001 (Consequential Amendments), 446.

    Regulations: 2002: Council for the Regulation of Health Care Professionals (Appointment etc.), 742.

Health Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Medical Devices Agency, 102; NHS Pensions Agency, 102.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Medical Devices Agency, 709; National Health Service Pensions Agency, 722; National Health Service Purchasing and Supply Agency, 729.

Health and Safety:

    Order: 2001: Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (Application outside Great Britain), 20.

    Regulations: 2001: Batteries and Accumulators (Containing Dangerous Substances) (Amendment), 86; Health and Safety (Fees), 113; Radiation (Emergency Preparedness and Public Information), 117; Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments), 123; Equipment and Protective Systems Intended for Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (Amendment), 232.

    Regulations: 2002: Genetically Modified Organisms (Contained Use) (Amendment), 301; Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 (Application to Environmentally Hazardous Substances), 365; Health and Safety (Fees), 411; Pressure Equipment (Amendment), 543; Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply), 655; Packaging, Labelling and Carriage of Radioactive Material by Rail, 738; Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments), 739; Notification of New Substances (Amendment), 739; Offshore Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments), 739, Control of Asbestos at Work, 794, Control of Lead at Work, 794, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health, 794.

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2001: Carriage of Explosives by Rail, 157; Carriage of Explosives (Amendment), 169.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Health and Safety Commission, 228.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Health and Safety Executive: 228.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Health and Safety Commission, 795.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Health and Safety Executive: 795.

Health Professions:

    Draft Order: 2001: Health Professions, 196.

    Paper: Report on the public consultation of proposals to establish the new Health Professions Council, 196.

Health Service Commissioners:

    Reports: Session 2001–02: 1st, Annual Report for 2001–01, 20; 2nd, Investigations Completed—December 2000 to March 2001, 20; 3rd, Investigations Completed—April–July 2001, 157; 4th, Investigations Completed—August to November 2001, 430; 5th, Annual Report for 2001–02, 624; 6th, Investigations Completed—December 2001 to March 2002, 632.

Highways:

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Street Works (Charges for Occupation of the Highway) (England), 209.

    Regulations: 2001: Trunk Road Charging Schemes (Bridges and Tunnels) (England) Procedure, 30; Dartford–Thurrock Crossing (Amendment), 117.

    Regulations: 2002: Street Works (Reinstatement) (Amendment) (England), 590; Street Works (Recovery of Costs) (England), 737; Street Works (Inspection Fees) (England), 738.

Historical Manuscripts:

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Historical Manuscripts Commission, 722.

Home Affairs:

    Government Response to the Third Report from the Home Affairs Committee, Session 2001–02, on The Government's Drugs Policy: Is it Working?, 680.

Home Office:

    Consolidated Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Home Office, 379.

    Departmental Minutes: concerning a proposed contingent liability in respect of the Home Office Central London Accommodation Strategy (HOCLAS), 312, concerning the transfer of the reversionary interest in a number of properties and other assets to the WRVS, 799.

Home Office Executive Agencies:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Passport and Records Agency, 102.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Passport and Records Agency, 754.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: United Kingdom Passport Service, 94; Criminal Records Bureau, 102; HM Prison Service, 102.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Criminal Records Bureau, 709; HM Prison Service, 709; United Kingdom Passport Service, 709.

Honduras:

    2001:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Honduras concerning Air Services, 191.

    2002:

    1. Treaty between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Honduras concerning the Delimitation of the Maritime Areas between the Cayman Islands and the Republic of Honduras, 312.

Hong Kong:

    2001:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China concerning Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters, 18.

    Orders: 2002: Extradition (Overseas Territories) (Application to Hong Kong), 735; Extradition (Overseas Territories) (Hong Kong), 735; Extradition (Overseas Territories), 735.

    Six-monthly Reports on Hong Kong: January–June 2001, 102; July–December 2001, 388; January–June 2002, 722.

Honours, Decorations and Medals:

    Papers: The Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service Medal: Royal Warrant, 121;The General Service Medal, 1962: Service on Air Operations over Iraq (Amendment to Cm. 3524), 422; The Operational Service Medal: Service in Sierra Leone from 5th May 2000, 422, The Royal Ulster Constabulary Service Medal, 775.

House of Commons:

    Reports of the House of Commons Commission: 2000–01, 67; 2001–02, 651.

    Report of the House of Commons Commission on the nomination of a Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, 343.

House of Commons Members' Fund:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: House of Commons Members' Fund, 20.

    Accounts: 2000–01: House of Commons Members' Fund, 729.

    Report by the Government Actuary on the Valuation of the House of Commons Members' Fund as at 30th September 2000, 436.

House of Lords:

    Paper: The House of Lords—Completing the Reform, 176.

Housing:

    Accounts of the Grants and Loans made to the Housing Action Trusts by the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions for the years: 1998–99, 596; 1999–2000, 596; 2000–01, 596.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales), 466; Homelessness (Priority Need for Accommodation) (England), 616.

    Orders: 2001: Rent Officers (Housing Benefit Functions) (Amendment) (No. 2), 40; Housing (Right to Acquire) (Electronic Communications) (England), 123; Rent Officers (Housing Benefit Functions) (Amendment), 169; Disabled Facilities Grants and Home Repair Assistance (Maximum Amounts) (Amendment No. 2) (England), 283.

    Orders: 2002: Waltham Forest Housing Action Trust (Dissolution), 320; Housing (Right to Acquire) (Discount), 472; Housing (Right to Buy) (Designated Rural Areas and Designated Regions) (England), 697.

    Regulations: 2001: Housing Renewal Grants (Amendment No. 2) (England), 59.

    Regulations: 2002: Housing Renewal Grants (Amendment) (England), 405.

    Report: 2000–01: Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust, 83.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Castle Vale Housing Action Trust, 94; Liverpool Housing Action Trust, 94; Stonebridge Housing Action Trust, 102; Waltham Forest Housing Action Trust, 102.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Castle Vale Housing Action Trust, 685; Liverpool Housing Action Trust, 685; Stonebridge Housing Action Trust, 709; Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust, 717.

    Review and Accounts: 2000–01: The Housing Corporation, 94.

    Review and Accounts: 2001–02: The Housing Corporation, 722.

Housing (Scotland):

    Order: 2001: Rent Officers (Housing Benefit Functions) (Scotland) (Amendment) (No. 2), 40.

    Order: 2002: Housing (Scotland) Act 2001 (Accommodation for Asylum-Seekers), 741.

Human Fertilisation and Embryology:

    Account: 2000–01: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, 94.

    Account: 2001–02: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, 709.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, 612.

Human Rights:

    Orders: 2001: Human Rights Act 1998 (Designated Derogation), 185; Human Rights Act 1998 (Amendment No. 2), 279.

    Annual Reports by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Human Rights: for 2001, 120; for 2002, 745.

    Proposal for a draft Mental Health Act 1983 (Remedial) Order 2001, with an Explanatory Memorandum, 102; withdrawn, 182.

Immigration:

    Draft Order: 2001: Immigration (Leave to Enter), 19.

    Draft Order: 2002: Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (Part V Exemption: Relevant Employers), 284; Asylum Support (Repeal), 366; Immigration (Entry Otherwise than by Sea or Air), 612.

    Order: 2001: Immigration (Designation of Travel Bans) (Amendment), 44.

    Orders: 2002: Immigration (Designation of Travel Bans) (Amendment), 339; Immigration (Designation of Travel Bans) (Amendment No. 2), 443; Immigration (Transit Visa) (Amendment), 446; Immigration Services Commissioner (Registration Fee), 737; Immigration (Transit Visa) (Amendment No. 2), 819.

    Papers: Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom 2000, 180; Secure Borders, Safe Haven: Integration with Diversity in Modern Britain, 346.

    Regulations: 2002: Asylum Support (Amendment), 392; Asylum Support (Interim Provisions) (Amendment), 392; Immigration (Swiss Free Movement of Persons), 450; Immigration (Swiss Free Movement of Persons) (No. 2), 450; Immigration Appeals (Family Visitor), 511; Immigration (Swiss Free Movement of Persons) (No. 3), 543; Travel Documents (Fees) (Amendment), 738; Immigration (Short-term Holding Facilities), 748; Asylum Support (Amendment) (No. 2), 760; Immigration and Asylum Appeals (One-Stop Procedure) (Amendment), 819.

    Rules: 2001: Immigration and Asylum Appeals (Procedure) (Amendment), 271.

    Statements of Changes in Immigration Rules: 112; 463; 732; 819.

Immigration and Asylum:

    Draft Code of Practice for Channel Tunnel Freight Shuttle Wagons, 120.

    Regulations: 2001: Carriers' Liability (Clandestine Entrants) (Application to Rail Freight) (Amendment), 122; Carriers' Liability (Clandestine Entrants) (Code of Practice for Freight Shuttle Wagons), 122.

    Report and Accounts: 22nd May 2000 to 31st March 2001: Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner, 75.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Immigration Services Commissioner, 722.

    Report by the Independent Monitor of the entry clearance system appointed under section 23 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, 268.

    Rules: 2002: Immigration Services Tribunal (Amendment), 663.

Income Tax:

    Draft Orders: 2001: Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Lithuania), 191; Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan), 191.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (The United States of America), 716; Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Lithuania), 720, Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (South Africa), 790, Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Taiwan), 790.

    Orders: 2001: Capital Allowances (Energy-saving Plant and Machinery), 82; Enterprise Management Incentives (Gross Asset Requirement), 227.

    Orders: 2002: Scottish Water (Transfer of Functions, etc.) (Tax Provisions), 405; Income Tax (Cash Equivalents of Car Fuel Benefits), 421; Capital Allowances (Energy-saving Plant and Machinery) (Amendment), 692; Income Tax (Prescribed Deposit-takers), 735.

    Regulations: 2001: Individual Savings Account (Amendment No. 2), 227; Personal Equity Plan (Amendment No. 2), 227; Taxes (Interest Rate) (Amendment No. 3), 239; Double Taxation Relief (Surrender of Relievable Tax Within a Group) (Amendment), 243; Friendly Societies (Modification of the Corporation Tax Acts) (Amendment), 257; Friendly Societies (Provisional Repayments for Exempt Business) (Amendment), 257; Individual Savings Account (Insurance Companies) (Amendment), 257; Referrals to the Special Commissioners, 279.

    Regulations: 2002: Income Tax (Exemption of Minor Benefits), 338; Individual Savings Account (Amendment), 384; Income Tax (Employments and Electronic Communications) (Miscellaneous Provisions), 415; Income Tax (Benefits in Kind) (Exemption for Employment Costs resulting from Disability), 616; Controlled Foreign Companies (Excluded Countries) (Amendment), 735; Corporation Tax (Finance Leasing of Intangible Assets), 735; Exchange Gains and Losses (Bringing into Account Gains or Losses), 735; Exchange Gains and Losses (Transitional Provisions and Savings), 735; Open-ended Investment Companies (Tax) (Amendment), 735; Individual Savings Account (Amendment No. 2), 735; Income Tax (Sub-contractors in the Construction Industry) (Amendment), 739; Controlled Foreign Companies (Excluded Countries) (Amendment No. 2), 742; Venture Capital Trust (Exchange of Shares and Securities), 768.

Industrial Development:

    Draft Order: 2002: Financial Assistance For Industry (Increase of Limit), 283.

    Reports by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, the First Minister of the Scottish Parliament and the First Secretary of the National Assembly for Wales under the Industrial Development Act 1982: 2000–01, 38; 2001–02, 644.

Industrial Organisation and Development:

    Accounts, prepared pursuant to section 9 (4) of the Industrial Organisation and Development Act 1947, of the sums recovered by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry under Orders made under section 9 of the Act, and of their disposal, for 2000–01, 596.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Horticultural Development Council (Amendment), 547; Potato Industry Development Council (Amendment), 768.

    Reports and Accounts: 1999–2000: Horticultural Development Council, 30; Milk Development Council, 133.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Apple and Pear Research Council, 440; Milk Development Council, 591; Horticultural Development Council, 712.

Industrial Training:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000: Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, 23; Construction Industry Training Board, 40.

    Report and Accounts: 2001: Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, 680.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000: Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, 23.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001: Construction Industry Training Board, 648; Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, 680.

Inheritance Tax:

    Regulations: 2002: Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Estates), 669; Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Settlements), 669; Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Transfers and Excepted Terminations), 669.

Inland Revenue:

    Consolidated Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department of Inland Revenue, 263.

    Report and Consolidated Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Commissioners of Her Majesty's Inland Revenue, 276.

Inland Revenue Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Valuation Office Agency, 87.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Valuation Office, 722.

Insider Dealing:

    Draft Order: 2002: Insider Dealing (Securities and Regulated Markets) (Amendment), 600.

Insolvency:

    Accounts prepared pursuant to section 409 of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the sums received and paid by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry under section 403 of that Act, and of the sums credited and debited to the Investment Account by the National Debt Commissioners for 2000–01, 466.

    Orders: 2002: Administration of Insolvent Estates of Deceased Persons (Amendment), 547; Insolvent Partnerships (Amendment), 547, Insolvent Partnerships (Amendment) (No. 2), 786.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Insolvency Act 1986 (Amendment) (No. 3), 638.

    Regulations: 2002: Insolvency Act 1986 (Amendment), 451; Insolvency Act 1986 (Amendment) (No. 2), 531, Insolvency Practitioners (Amendment), 786, Insolvency Practitioners (Amendment) (No. 2), 812.

    Rules: 2001: Railway Administration Order, 125; Bankruptcy (Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) (Scotland), 173; Bankruptcy (Financial Services and Markets Act 2000), 181; Insurers (Winding Up), 181.

    Rules: 2002: Insolvency (Amendment), 547, Insolvency (Amendment) (No. 2), 786, Insolvency (Scotland) Amendment, 786.

    Rules: Northern Ireland: 2002: Insolvency (Amendment), 742.

    Statements prepared pursuant to section 409 of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the sums received and paid by the Secretary of State under section 403, and of the sums credited and debited to the Investment Account by the National Debt Commissioners for 2000–01, 151.

Insolvency (Scotland):

    Rules: 2001: Insurers (Winding Up) (Scotland), 283.

Insurance Companies:

    Reports on Insurance, pursuant to section 98 of the Insurance Companies Act 1982: for 2000, 103; for 2001, 729.

Intelligence Services:

    Government Response to the Interim Report of the Intelligence and Security Committee, 2000–01, 103.

    Report of the Intelligence and Security Committee for 2001–02, 606; Government Response thereto, 606.

International Criminal Court:

    Order: 2001: International Criminal Court Act 2001 (Reservations and Declarations), 119.

    Regulations: 2001: International Criminal Court Act 2001 (Enforcement of Fines, Forfeiture and Reparation Orders), 46; International Criminal Court Act 2001 (Elements of Crimes), 75.

    Regulations: 2002: International Criminal Court Act 2001 (Enforcement of Fines, Forfeiture and Reparation Orders) (Amendment), 450.

International Development:

    Government Responses to the following Reports of the International Development Committee, Session 2000–01: 3rd, on HIV/AIDS: the impact on social and economic development, 77; 4th, on Corruption, 130.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department for International Development, 325; Department for International Development Overseas Superannuation Pensions, 325.

International Immunities and Privileges:

    Draft Orders: 2001: International Criminal Court (Immunities and Privileges), 19; Specialized Agencies of the United Nations (Immunities and Privileges of UNESCO), 25; European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (European School), 127; European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization), 127; European Communities (Immunities and Privileges of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization), 128; European Communities (Privileges of the European School), 128; Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (Immunities and Privileges), 133.

    Draft Orders: 2002: International Maritime Organisation (Immunities and Privileges), 583; Specialized Agencies of the United Nations (Immunities and Privileges) (Amendment), 600; United Nations and International Court of Justice (Immunities and Privileges) (Amendment), 600.

Investigatory Powers:

    Draft Codes of Practice: Interception of Communications, 538; Covert Human Intelligence Sources, 591; Covert Surveillance, 591.

    Draft Order: 2001: Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Technical Advisory Board), 133.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Interception of Communications: Code of Practice), 537; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Communications Data: Additional Public Authorities), 572, withdrawn, 621; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Maintenance of Interception Capability), 579; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Covert Human Intelligence Sources: Code of Practice), 590; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Covert Surveillance: Code of Practice), 590; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Designation of Public Authorities for the Purposes of Intrusive Surveillance), 590, withdrawn, 621; Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Directed Surveillance and Covert Human Intelligence Sources: Additional Public Authorities), 590, withdrawn, 621.

    Order: 2002: Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Prescription of Offices, Ranks and Positions) (Amendment), 548.

Ireland:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of Ireland on Police Co-Operation, 717.

Isle of Man:

    Accounts of Receipts and Payments of Commissioners of Customs and Excise in Account with the Government of the Isle of Man: 1999–2000, 30; 2000–01, 644.

Judgments:

    Orders: 2001: Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments (Authentic Instruments and Court Settlements), 283; Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments, 283.

Judicial Appointments:

    Report by the Lord Chancellor on Judicial Appointments for 2000–01, 157, Report by the Lord Chancellor on Judicial Appointments for 2001–02, 790.

Judicial Statistics:

    Judicial Statistics for England and Wales: 2000, 103; 2001, 722.

Justices of the Peace:

    Order: 2001: Commission Areas (Sussex), 82.

    Order: 2002: Commission Areas (West Mercia), 590.

    Report: 2000–01: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of the Magistrates' Courts Service, 157.

    Report: 2001–02: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of the Magistrates' Courts Service, 806.

    Rules: 2002: Justices of the Peace (Size and Chairmanship of Bench), 335.

Landfill Tax:

    Regulations: 2002: Landfill Tax (Amendment), 283.

Landlord and Tenant:

    Order: 2001: Agricultural Holdings (Units of Production) (England), 114.

    Order: 2002: Agricultural Holdings (Units of Production) (England), 721.

Land Registration:

    Rules: 2002: Land Registration, 748.

Law Commission:

    Report of the Law Commission for 2001, 440.

    Reports of the Law Commission on:– Bail and the Human Rights Act 1998, 20; Land Registration for the Twenty-first Century: A Conveyancing Revolution, 62; Item 2 of the Seventh Programme of Law Reform: Limitation of Actions, 62; Evidence of Bad Character in Criminal Proceedings, 125; Eighth Programme of Law Reform, 140; Fraud, 732; The Effective Prosecution of Multiple Offending, 746.

    Report of the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission on Third Parties–Rights against Insurers, 111.

Learning and Skills:

    Account: 2001–02: Adult Learning Inspectorate, 717.

Leasehold and Tenant:

    Regulations: 2002: Leasehold Reform (Notices) (Amendment) (England), 665.

Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development:

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: English Partnerships, 83.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: English Partnerships, 717.

Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance:

    Account: 2000–01: Legal Aid Fund (Northern Ireland), 436.

    Regulations: 2001: Legal Aid in Family Proceedings (Remuneration) (Amendment No. 3), 59.

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2001: Legal Advice and Assistance (Amendment No. 3), 113.

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Legal Advice and Assistance (Amendment No. 2), 590.

    Reports of the Law Society of Northern Ireland on Legal Aid in Northern Ireland, with the Reports of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Legal Aid in Northern Ireland thereon: 1999–2000, 103; 2000–01, 335.

    Rules: Northern Ireland: 2001: Legal Aid in Criminal Proceedings (Costs) (Amendment), 27. Legal Aid in Criminal Proceedings (Costs) (Amendment No. 2), 263.

Legal Aid and Advice:

    Regulations: 2001: Legal Aid in Criminal and Care Proceedings (Costs) (Amendment No. 2), 133; Civil Legal Aid (General) (Amendment No. 2), 213.

    Regulations: 2002: Civil Legal Aid (General) (Amendment), 425; Legal Aid in Family Proceedings (Remuneration) (Amendment), 425.

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Legal Advice and Assistance (Amendment), 371; Legal Advice and Assistance (Financial Conditions), 372; Legal Aid (Financial Conditions), 372.

Legal Services:

    Order: 2002: Appointment of Queen's Counsel Fees, 736.

Legal Services Commission:

    Orders: 2001: Community Legal Service (Funding) (Amendment No. 2), 117; Criminal Defence Service (Funding) (Amendment No. 3), 124.

    Order: 2002: Criminal Defence Service (Funding) (Amendment), 425.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Community Legal Service (Cost Protection) (Amendment No. 2), 157.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Criminal Defence Service (Representation Order Appeals) (Amendment), 433, withdrawn, 441, re-laid, 443.

    Regulations: 2001: Community Legal Service (Financial) (Amendment No. 2), 117; Community Legal Service (Financial) (Amendment No. 3), 185.

    Regulations: 2002: Community Legal Service (Financial) (Amendment), 425; Criminal Defence Service (General) (No. 2) (Amendment), 425; Criminal Defence Service (Recovery of Defence Costs Orders) (Amendment), 425; Community Legal Service (Financial) (Amendment No. 2), 685.

Libraries:

    Order: 2001: Public Lending Right Scheme 1982 (Commencement of Variations), 262.

Licensed Conveyancing:

    Order: 2001: Licensed Conveyancers' Discipline and Appeals Committee (Procedure) Rules Approval, 114.

Local Government:

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: South Bank Centre, 295.

    Financial Statements: 2001–02: South Bank Centre, 709.

    Draft Order: 2001: The Local Government Commission for England (Transfer of Functions), 191.

    Draft Order: 2002: Audit Commission (Borrowing Limit), 360.

    Orders: 2001: Local Authorities (Executive and Alternative Arrangements) (Modification of Enactments and Further Provisions) (England), 19; Local Authorities (Executive and Alternative Arrangements) (Modification of Enactments and Further Provisions) (England) (Revocation), 19; .Local Authorities (Executive and Alternative Arrangements) (Modification of Enactments and other Provisions) (England), 20; Local Authorities (Companies) (Amendment No. 2) (England), 118; Local Authorities (Goods and Services) (Public Bodies) (England) (No. 4), 127; Local Authorities (Model Code of Conduct) (England), 173; National Park and Broads Authorities (Model Code of Conduct) (England), 173; Parish Councils (Model Code of Conduct), 173; Police Authorities (Model Code of Conduct), 173; Local Government Overseas Assistance (London Pensions Fund Authority), 191.

    Orders: 2002: Local Government (Best Value) Performance Plans and Reviews Amendment and Specified Dates, 360; Local Authorities (Goods and Services) (Public Bodies) (England), 400; Local Government (Best Value) Performance Indicators and Performance Standards, 400; Police Authorities (Best Value) Performance Indicators, 421; Local Authorities (Access to Meetings and Documents) (Period of Notice) (England), 436; Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Modification of Enactments) (England), 461; Boroughs of Halton, Thurrock and Warrington (Changes to Years of Elections), 655; Local Government Act 2000 (Model Code of Conduct) (Amendment), 665; Local Government Commission for England (Winding-up), 680; Local Authorities (Scheme for Elections of Specified Councils) (England), 735; Local Authorities (Companies) (Amendment) (England), 740; Local Authorities (Goods and Services) (Public Bodies) (England) (No. 2), 740; Local Authorities (Goods and Services) (Public Bodies) (England) (No. 3), 772.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Local Authorities (Mayoral Elections) (England and Wales), 279; Local Authorities (Conduct of Referendums) (England) (Amendment), 346.

    Regulations: 2001: Local Authorities (Functions and Responsibilities) (England) (Amendment), 19; Local Authorities (Elected Mayors) (Elections, Terms of Office and Casual Vacancies) (England), 99; Relevant Authorities (Standards Committee), 114; Accounts and Audit (Amendment) (England), 123; Local Authorities (Standing Orders) (England), 133; Local Authorities (Referendums) (Petitions and Directions) (England) (Amendment) (No. 3), 253; Local Authorities (Arrangements for the Discharge of Functions) (England) (Amendment), 257.

    Regulations: 2002: Local Authorities (Capital Finance) (Rate of Discount for 2002/03) (England), 325; Local Authorities (Alteration of Requisite Calculations) (England), 330; Relevant Authorities (Standards Committee) (Dispensations), 366; Local Authorities (Capital Finance and Approved Investments) (Amendment) (England), 400; Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Access to Information) (England) Amendment, 436; Local Authorities (Elected Mayor and Mayor's Assistant) (England), 451; Local Authorities (Capital Finance) (Amendment) (England), 740.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Local Government Commission for England, 67; London Pensions Fund Authority, 108.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Local Government Commission for England, 722.

Local Government (Scotland):

    Scottish Local Government Financial Statistics for 1999–2000, 268.

Local Government Finance:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Pooling of Non-Domestic Rates and Redistribution to Local Authorities in England, 511.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Pooling of Non-Domestic Rates and Redistribution to Local Authorities in England, 511.

    Local Government Finance Report (England) 2002–03, 320.

    Local Government Finance (England) Special Grant Reports: No. 82, on 2001–02 Special Grants in connection with pilot Local Public Service Agreements, 40; No. 83, on Maintenance of Roads Grant 2001–02, 40, No. 84, on 2001–02 Special Grant for Rate Relief in Respect of Hardship caused by Foot and Mouth Disease, 58, withdrawn, 83; No. 85, on Invest to Save Budget Round 3 projects, 58; No. 86, on 2001–02 Special Grant for Rate Relief in Respect of Hardship caused by Foot and Mouth Disease, 62; No. 87, on 2001–02 Special Grant for Local Authority E-Government Pathfinders, 99; No. 88, on Special Grant for Activities Undertaken by Beacon Councils, 151; No. 81, on 2001/2002 Special Grant for Gypsy Sites Refurbishment, 154; No. 89, on Children's Services (Quality Protects) Special Grants for 2000–01 and 2001–02, 234; No. 90, 360; No. 91, on 2001/02 Special Grant for Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children, 376, withdrawn, 385; No. 93, on the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund 2002/03, 376; No. 95, on 2001/02 Special Grant for Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children, 392; No. 97, on Special Grants for Local Government On-Line Funding to Local Authorities, 443; No. 96, on Special Grants for School Standards and Support of post-sixteen budgets, 443; No. 98, on Maintenance of Roads Grant 2002–03, 450; No. 100, on 2001–02 Special Grant for Rate Relief in Respect of Hardship Caused by Foot and Mouth Disease, 579; No. 103, on Gypsy Sites Refurbishment Grant for 2002–03, 612; No. 94, on Funding for Enforcement of Vehicle Emission Standards, 616; No. 102, on Children's Services (Quality Protects) Special Grants for 2001–02 and 2002–03, 620; No. 101, on Personal Social Services Performance Grant for 2002–03, 620; No. 92, on Special Grants for Asylum Seekers Support (Adults and Families of Asylum Seekers) for 1999–2000, 638; No. 104, on Special Grants for Children's Services Quality Protects Adoption and Performance Taskforce Special Grant for 2002–03, 638; No. 99, on Special Grant for Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children for 2002–03, 638; No. 105, on Invest to Save Budget Round 4 Projects and Local Government On-Line, 674; No. 106, on Special Grants for Performance Pay Progression for Teachers on any Qualified Teacher Pay Scale, for Performance Pay Progression for Teachers on the Leadership Group Pay Spine, and for Threshold Payments for Teachers Employed by Local Authorities in Children's Homes, 680.

London Government:

    Draft Order: 2001: Greater London Authority (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2), 123

    Order: 2001: Greater London Authority (Miscellaneous Amendments), 113.

    Orders: 2002: Greater London Authority (Declaration of Acceptance of Office), 461; Warrant Enforcement Staff Pensions, 469.

    Regulations: 2001: Road User Charging (Charges and Penalty Charges) (London), 25; Road User Charging (Enforcement and Adjudication) (London), 30.

    Regulations: 2002: Greater London Authority (Allocation of Grants for Precept Calculations), 352; London Service Permits (Appeals), 405.

    Rules: 2001: Greater London Authority Elections (Amendment), 243.

Lord Chancellor's Department:

    Paper: Towards Effective Enforcement: A single piece of bailiff law and a regulatory structure for enforcement, 103.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Lord Chancellor's Department, 331.

Lord Chancellor's Department Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Public Trust Office, 83.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Public Guardianship Office, 722.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Public Record Office, 209; Northern Ireland Court Service, 331.

Low Pay Commission:

    Report of the Low Pay Commission: 3rd, The National Minimum Wage—Making a Difference: The Next Steps, 23.

Magistrates' Courts:

    Order: 2001: Litigants in Person (Costs and Expenses) (Magistrates' Courts), 138.

    Order: 2002: Greater London Magistrates' Courts Authority (Pensions), 738.

    Regulations: 2001: Greater London Magistrates' Courts Authority (Constitution) (Amendment), 113; Magistrates' Courts Committees (Constitution) (Amendment), 113.

    Rules: 2001: Justices' Clerks (Qualifications of Assistants) (Amendment), 23; Magistrates' Courts (International Criminal Court) (Forms), 99; Magistrates' Courts (Detention and Forfeiture of Terrorist Cash) (No. 2), 271.

    Rules: 2002: Magistrates' Courts (Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982) (Amendment), 338; Magistrates' Courts (Extradition) (Amendment), 472; Magistrates' Courts (Special Measures Directions), 648; Magistrates' Courts (Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) (Amendment), 669.

Maintenance of Dependants:

    Orders: 2001: Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Hague Convention Countries) (Variation), 113; Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Designation of Reciprocating Countries), 185.

    Order: 2002: Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Designation of Reciprocating Countries), 450.

Marine and Aviation Insurance (War Risks):

    Accounts: 2000–01: Marine and Aviation Insurance (War Risks) Fund, 563.

Marshall Aid Commemoration:

    Account: 2000–01: Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission, 289.

    Report of the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission for 1st October 2000 to 30th September 2001, 364.

Medical Profession:

    Orders of Council: 2000: General Medical Council (Constitution of Interim Orders Committee) Rules, 558; General Medical Council (Fitness to Practise Committees) Rules, 558; General Medical Council (Interim Orders Committee) (Procedure) Rules, 558; General Medical Council (Interim Orders Committee) (Transitional Provisions) Rules, 558; General Medical Council (the Professional Conduct Committee, the General Health Committee and the Committee on Professional Performance) (Amendment) Rules, 558; General Medical Council (Voluntary Erasure and Restoration) Regulations, 558.

    Order of Council: 2001: General Medical Council (Professional Performance) (Amendment) Rules, 209.

    Order of Council: 2002: General Medical Council (Fitness to Practise Committees) (Amendment) Rules, 748.

    Regulations: 2002: European Specialist Medical Qualifications Amendment, 446; Abortion (Amendment) (England), 447.

Medicines:

    Orders: 2001: Prescription Only Medicines (Human Use) Amendment, 114; Prescription Only Medicines (Human Use) (Electronic Communications), 116; Prescription Only Medicines (Human Use) Amendment (No. 2), 253.

    Order: 2002: Prescription Only Medicines (Human Use) Amendment, 405.

    Regulations: 2001: Medicines (Products for Animal Use—Fees) (Amendment No. 2), 215; Medicines (Sale or Supply) (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment, 239; Medicines (Pharmacies) (Applications for Registration and Fees) Amendment, 257.

    Regulations: 2002: Medicines (Codification Amendments Etc.), 346; Marketing Authorisations for Veterinary Medicinal Products (Amendment), 352; Medicines for Human Use and Medical Devices (Fees And Miscellaneous Amendments), 405; Medicated Feedingstuffs (Amendment) (England, Scotland and Wales), 421; Medicines (Products for Animal Use—Fees) (Amendment), 748.

    Reports of the Medicines Commission, Committee on Safety of Medicines, Advisory Board on the Registration of Homoeopathic Products, Veterinary Products Committee, British Pharmacopoeia Commission and Independent Review Panel for Advertising for 2000, 108.

    Reports of the Medicines Commission, Committee on Safety of Medicines, Advisory Board on the Registration of Homoeopathic Products, Veterinary Products Committee, the British Pharmacopoeia Commission, the Independent Review Panel for Advertising and the Independent Review Panel for Borderline Products for 2001, 722.

Members' Interests:

    Register of Members' Interests as at 26th November 2001, 239.

Mental Health:

    Order: 2001: Mental Health Act 1983 (Remedial), 201.

    Paper: Draft Mental Health Bill, 636.

    Rules: 2001: Court of Protection (Amendment), 117.

    Rules: 2002: Court of Protection (Amendment), 446.

    Report of the Mental Health Act Commission for 1999–2001, 239.

Merchant Shipping:

    Regulations: 2001: Merchant Shipping (Port State Control) (Amendment), 40; Merchant Shipping (Life-Saving Appliances) (Amendment), 112; Merchant Shipping (Domestic Passenger Ships) (Safety Management Code), 122; Merchant Shipping (Fees) (Amendment), 125; Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Safety Signs and Signals), 143; Merchant Shipping (Fees) (Amendment No. 2), 182.

    Regulations: 2002: Merchant Shipping (Light Dues) (Amendment), 400; Merchant Shipping (Safety of Navigation), 590; Merchant Shipping (Diving Safety), 612; Merchant Shipping (Miscellaneous Amendments), 648; Merchant Shipping (Medical Examination), 737; Merchant Shipping (Hours of Work), 738; Fishing Vessels (Safety of 15–24 Metre Vessels), 739.

    Report by the Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions of exemptions granted under section 294 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 during the period 1st January to 31st December 2001, 418.

    Report and Accounts: 1999–2000: General Lighthouse Fund, 46.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: General Lighthouse Fund, 443.

Ministers of the Crown:

    Draft Orders: 2002: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (Dissolution), 283.

    Orders: 2001: Secretaries of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions and for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 112; Transfer of Functions (Miscellaneous), 169; Transfer of Functions (Fishery Harbours), 185; Transfer of Functions (War Pensions etc.), 185; Secretaries of State for Education and Skills and for Work and Pensions, 590.

    Orders: 2002: Transfer of Functions (Civil Defence), 799, Transfer of Functions (Transport, Local Government and the Regions), 799.

Miscellaneous:

    2001:

    8. Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that deplete the Ozone Layer, 18.

    9. Agreement on the application of Article 65 of the Convention on the Grant of European Patents, 111.

    10. Declaration by Certain European Governments on the Ariane Launcher Production Phase, 209.

    11. Amendment to the Agreement on the Conservation of Bats in Europe, 210.

    2002:

    1. Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 398.

    2. Modification of Article 22 of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and Amendments to the Regulations under the PCT, 392.

    3. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the International Maritime Organisation, further amending the Agreement regarding the Headquarters of the Organization signed at London on 28th November 1968, 430.

    4. Revised Text of Annex XII to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations, approved by the Assembly of the International Maritime Organization on 22nd November 2001, 430.

    5. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the United Nations regarding the Application of the General Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations to the Organisation's Offices in the United Kingdom, 434.

    6. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the International Labour Organization regarding the Application of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations to the Organization's Office in the United Kingdom, 434.

    7. Convention establishing a European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere, 466.

    8. Financial Protocol annexed to the Convention establishing a European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere, 466.

    9. Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property, 524.

    10. International Coffee Agreement 2001, 548.

    11. Amendment to Article I of the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects (CCW), 579.

    12. Locarno Agreement Establishing an International Classification for Industrial Designs, 656.

    13. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region with Explanatory Report, 729.

    14. United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, 732.

    15. Protocol consolidating the Eurocontrol International Convention relating to Co-operation for the Safety of Air Navigation of 13th December 1960, as variously amended, 733.

    16. Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution to Abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-level Ozone, 734.

    17. Second Additional Protocol to the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters, 734.

    18. Act revising the Convention on the Grant of European Patents (European Patent Convention), of 5th October 1973, last revised at 17th December 1991, 746.

Morocco:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco on the Transfer of Convicted Offenders, 620.

Museums and Galleries:

    Accounts: 2000–01: National Maritime Museum, 87; Victoria and Albert Museum, 87; National Portrait Gallery, 103; Imperial War Museum, 128; National Gallery, 128; Tate Gallery, 128; National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, 128; National Museum of Science and Industry, 196; Natural History Museum, 263; British Museum, 350; Geffrye Museum Trust Limited, 470; Wallace Collection, 507.

    Accounts: 2001–02: National Portrait Gallery, 722; British Museum, 729; National Maritime Museum,729; Tate Gallery, 729; Victoria and Albert Museum, 729.

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: Museum of London, 464.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Greater Manchester Museum of Science and Industry Trust, 418; Horniman Public Museum and Public Park Trust, 455.

National Assistance Services:

    Regulations: 2001: National Assistance (Residential Accommodation) (Additional Payments) (England), 118; National Assistance (Residential Accommodation) (Disregarding of Resources) (England), 118; National Assistance (Residential Accommodation) (Relevant Contributions) (England), 118; National Assistance (Residential Accommodation) (Additional Payments and Assessment of Resources) (Amendment) (England), 140.

    Regulations: 2002: National Assistance (Assessment of Resources) (Amendment) (England), 372; National Assistance (Sums for Personal Requirements) (England), 372; National Assistance (Assessment of Resources) (Amendment) (No. 2) (England), 747.

National Audit:

    Reports by the Comptroller and Auditor General on:– Royal Travel by air and rail, 20; Income Tax Self Assessment, 38; HM Customs and Excise: Losses to the Revenue from Frauds on Alcohol Duty, 103; Department of Health: Inpatient and outpatient waiting in the NHS, 108; The Auction of Radio Spectrum for the Third Generation of Mobile Telephones, 128; Policy Development: Improving Air Quality, 128; Giving confidently: The role of the Charity Commission in regulating charities, 137; Modern Policy-Making: Ensuring Policies Deliver Value for Money, 151; Non-Competitive Procurement in the Ministry of Defence, 151; Better Regulation: Making Good Use of Regulatory Impact Assessments, 180; Innovation in PFI Financing: The Treasury Building Project, 180; NIRS2: Contract extension, 185; Ministry of Defence: Major Projects Report 2001, 201; Managing the relationship to secure a successful partnership in PFI projects, 221; Joining Up to Improve Public Services, 239; Inappropriate adjustments to NHS waiting lists, 271; Improving student achievement in English higher education, 292; Widening participation in higher education in England, 292; NHS Direct in England, 306; Opening the Post: Postcomm and postal services—the risks and opportunities, 306; HM Prison Service: Reducing Prisoner Reoffending, 320; Ministry of Defence: The Joint Services Command and Staff College, 331; Delivering the Commercialisation of Public Sector Science, 335; e-Revenue, 350; Misuse and Smuggling of Hydrocarbon Oils, 353; Agricultural Fraud: The case of Joseph Bowden, 361; The New Deal for Young People, 366; The operation and wind up of Teesside Development Corporation, 366; Ministry of Defence: Combat Identification, 385; Lord Chancellor's Department: Collection of fines and other financial penalties in the criminal justice system, 408; Ministry of Defence: Implementation of Integrated Project Teams, 408; The Management of Surplus Property by Trusts in the NHS in England, 425; Financial Auditing and Reporting: General Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General for 2000–01, 436. Better Public Services through e-government, 444; Pipes and Wires, 444; Department for International Development: Performance Management—Helping to Reduce World Poverty, 451; Public Private Partnerships: Airwave, 451; Ministry of Defence: Redevelopment of MOD Main Building, 461; Winding-up The New Millennium Experience Company Ltd, 461; Construction of Portcullis House, the new Parliamentary building, 464; Government on the Web II, 474; Ministry of Defence: Major Repair and Overhaul of Land Equipment, 507; Awarding the New Licence to Run the National Lottery, 534; The BBC: Collecting the television licence fee, 551; Ministry of Defence: Helicopter Logistics, 572; Financial Management of the European Union: Annual Report of the European Court of Auditors for the year 2000, 584; Dealing with pollution from ships, 591; Ministry of Defence: Progress in Reducing Stocks, 612; The 2001 Outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease, 616; The Public Private Partnership for National Air Traffic Services Ltd, 717; Ministry of Defence: Exercise Saif Sareea II, 722; Outsourcing the 2001 Census, 749; Helping victims and witnesses: the work of Victim Support, 760; Individual Learning Accounts, 764, Ministry of Defence: Building an Air Manoeuvre Capability: The Introduction of the Apache Helicopter, 775, PFI refinancing update, 799, Opra: Tackling the risks to pension scheme members, 799.

    Report of the Public Accounts Commission: Eleventh, 819.

    Resource Accounts: 2001–02: National Audit Office, 709.

    National Debt:

    Order: 2002: Irish Registers of Government Stock (Closure and Transfer), 748.

    Regulations: 2001: National Savings Stock Register (Amendment), 99.

    National Health Service:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Public Health Laboratory Service Board, 279.

    Orders: 2001: National Health Service (Charges for Drugs and Appliances) (Electronic Communications), 116; National Health Service (General Medical Services) (Electronic Communications), 116; National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) and (Misuse of Drugs) (Electronic Communications), 116; Family Health Services Appeal Authority (Change of Name), 165.

    Orders: 2002: Ashworth Hospital Authority (Abolition), 405; Barnsley Community and Priority Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Birmingham Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Birmingham Specialist Community Health National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Brent & Harrow Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Bury Health Care National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Cambridgeshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Cheshire Community Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; CommuniCare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Community Health Care Service (North Derbyshire) National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Croydon and Surrey Downs Community National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Croydon Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Doncaster Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Ealing, Hammersmith and Hounslow Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; East Berkshire Community Health National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; East Gloucestershire National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; East Lancashire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Essex Rivers Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Gloucestershire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Gloucestershire Royal National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 405; Harrow and Hillingdon Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Health Authorities (Establishment and Abolition) (England), 406; Hertfordshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Hillingdon Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Leicestershire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Liverpool Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Norfolk Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North and East Devon Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Cumbria Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Derbyshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Essex Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Manchester Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Mersey Community National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Sefton and West Lancashire Community National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North Warwickshire National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; North West Anglia Health Care National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Oldham National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Oxfordshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Portsmouth Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 406; Redbridge and Waltham Forest Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Riverside Community Health Care National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Rochdale Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Rotherham Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Rotherham Priority Health Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Sandwell Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Shropshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Shropshire's Community & Mental Health Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Somerset Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Southampton and South West Hampshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Southampton Community Health Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; South and West Devon Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; South Essex Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; South Staffordshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; South Warwickshire Combined Care National Health Service (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; St Helens and Knowsley Community Health National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Tameside & Glossop Community and Priority Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Taunton and Somerset National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Warrington Community Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Warwickshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Wiltshire and Swindon Health Care National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Worcestershire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 407; Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Bradford Community Health National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Buckinghamshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 446; Buckinghamshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 3, 446; Buckinghamshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 4, 446; East Gloucestershire National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 446; East Kent Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Gloucestershire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 446; Invicta Community Care National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Lifespan Health Care Cambridge National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 446; Mid-Sussex National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 446; Northumberland Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Parkside National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Parkside National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 447; South West London Community National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; South West London Community National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 447; Sunderland Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Surrey and Sussex Healthcare National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Sussex Weald and Downs National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Thames Gateway National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Tameside & Glossop Community and Priority Services National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property) No. 2, 447; Wakefield Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Walsall Community Health National Health Service Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; West Kent Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; West Sussex Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 447; Coventry Primary Care Trust (Transfer of Trust Property), 651; National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Establishment and Constitution) Amendment, 674; Avon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 739; Birmingham and the Black Country Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; County Durham and Tees Valley Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Cumbria and Lancashire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Greater Manchester Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Northumberland, Tyne & Wear Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; North Central London Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; North West London Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; South East London Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; South West Peninsula Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Surrey and Sussex Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Thames Valley Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; Trent Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; West Yorkshire Health Authority (Transfer of Trust Property), 740; National Health Service Litigation Authority (Establishment and Constitution) Amendment, 759.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Health Service (Control of Patient Information), 443.

    Regulations: 2001: National Health Service (General Dental Services) Amendment (No. 5), 61; National Health Service Trusts (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (England), 107; Health Authorities (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (England) (No. 2), 107; Primary Care Trusts (Membership, Procedure and Administration Arrangements) Amendment (England), 107; National Health Service (Dental Charges) Amendment (No. 2), 114; Patient Information Advisory Group (Establishment), 114; National Health Service (Optical Charges and Payments) and (General Ophthalmic Services) Amendment (No. 2), 118; National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) Amendment (No. 2), 118; National Health Service (General Medical Services) Amendment (No. 3), 127; Abolition of the NHS Tribunal (Consequential Provisions), 213; Family Health Services Appeal Authority (Primary Care Act), 213; National Health Service (General Dental Services) Amendment (No. 6), 214; National Health Service (General Medical Services) Amendment (No. 4), 214; National Health Service (General Medical Services Supplementary List), 214; National Health Service (General Ophthalmic Services) Amendment (No. 2), 214; Care Trusts (Applications and Consultation), 227; National Health Service Trusts (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (No. 2) (England), 227; Primary Care Trusts (Membership, Procedure and Administration Arrangements) Amendment (No. 2) (England), 227; Health Service Medicines (Information on the Prices of Specified Generic Medicines), 227; National Health Service (General Dental Services) Amendment (No. 7), 257; National Health Service Trusts (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (No. 3) (England), 279; Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Amendment, 279; The Health Authorities (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (England) (No. 3), 283; National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) Amendment (No. 3), 283; National Treatment Agency (Amendment), 283.

    Regulations: 2002: National Health Service (Optical Charges and Payments) Amendment (England), 290; Retained Organs Commission (Amendment), 290; Primary Care Trusts (Membership, Procedure and Administration Arrangements) Amendment (No. 3) (England), 292; Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Amendment, 346; Health Authorities (Membership and Procedure) Amendment (England), 406; National Health Service (Charges For Drugs And Appliances) Amendment, 406; National Health Service (Dental Charges) Amendment, 406; National Health Service (England) (Pilot Schemes: Miscellaneous Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Amendment, 406; National Health Service (Functions of Health Authorities) (England) (Support of Provision of Services and Appraisal), 406; National Health Service (General Dental Services) Amendment, 406; National Health Service (General Medical Services) Amendment, 406; National Health Service (Optical Charges and Payments) Amendment (No. 2), 406; National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) and (General Medical Services) Amendment, 406; Primary Care Trusts (Functions) (England) Amendment, 407; Primary Care Trusts (Membership, Procedure and Administration Arrangements) Amendment (No. 2) (England), 407; National Health Service Pension Scheme (Amendment), 421; National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) Amendment, 425; National Health Service (General Ophthalmic Services) Amendment, 433; National Health Service Pension Scheme (Additional Voluntary Contributions), 436; National Health Service (General Medical Services Supplementary List) (Amendment), 446; National Health Service (Clinical Negligence Scheme) Amendment, 461; National Health Service (Compensation for Premature Retirement), 548; National Health Service (Optical Charges and Payments) Amendment (No. 3) (England), 550; National Health Service (Local Pharmaceutical Services and Pharmaceutical Services), 562; National Health Service (Charges for Drugs and Appliances) Amendment (No. 2), 572; National Institute for Clinical Excellence (Amendment), 674; National Health Service (General Medical Services) Amendment (No. 3), 685; National Health Service (Local Pharmaceutical Services and Pharmaceutical Services) (No. 2), 736; Abolition of NHS Tribunal (Consequential Provisions), 736; Community Health Councils (Amendment), 738; National Health Service (Charges for Drugs and Appliances) Amendment (No. 3), 741; National Health Service (Miscellaneous Dental Charges Amendments), 741; National Health Service (Functions of Strategic Health Authorities and Primary Care Trusts and Administration Arrangements) (England), 741; National Health Service Reform and Health Care Professions Act 2002 (Supplementary, Consequential etc. Provisions), 747; National Health Service (Out of Hours Medical Services) and National Health Service (General Medical Services) Amendment, 747; National Health Service Act 1977 and National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 (Amendment) Regulations, 819.

    Rules: 2001: Family Health Services Appeal Authority (Procedure), 216.

    Rules: 2002: Family Health Services Appeal Authority (Procedure) (Amendment), 736.

    Statements of Guarantee given by the Secretary of State for Health on loans proposed to be raised by the following National Health Service Trusts:– Hull and East Riding Community Health, 108; Plymouth Hospitals, 108; Calderdale and Huddersfield, 451; Dewsbury Health Care, 451; East Anglian Ambulance, 451; Gateshead Health, 451; Norfolk Mental Health Care, 451; Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, 451; Northampton General Hospital, 451; North Hampshire Hospitals, 451; Nottingham City Hospital, 451; Queens Medical Centre Nottingham University Hospitals, 451; Rotherham General Hospitals, 451; Southampton University Hospitals, 451; South of Tyne and Wearside Mental Health, 451; Tees and North East Yorkshire, 451; United Lincolnshire Hospitals, 451; University Hospitals of Leicester, 451; West Hampshire, 451; Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals, 514; Northampton General Hospital, 514; United Bristol Healthcare, 514; Weston Area Health, 514; Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals, 749.

    Summarised Accounts: 1999–2000: Health Authorities, NHS Trusts in England, Dental Practice Board and Special Health Authorities providing central services in England, Funds held on Trust by Health Authorities, NHS Trusts, Special Health Authorities and Special Trustees in England, 62.

    Summarised Accounts: 2000–01: Health Authorities, Primary Care Trusts and NHS Trusts in England, Dental Practice Board and Special Health Authorities providing central services in England, Funds held on Trust by Health Authorities, NHS Trusts, Special Health Authorities and Special Trustees in England, 474.

National Health Service (Scotland):

    Summarised Accounts: 1999–2000: Health Boards in Scotland, NHS Trusts in Scotland, Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health Service, Health Education Board for Scotland, State Hospitals Board for Scotland, Scottish Council for Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland, Clinical Standards Board for Scotland and Scottish Ambulance Service Board, 103.

National Health Service (Wales):

    Paper: Draft National Health Service (Wales) Bill, 572.

National Health Service Pensions:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: National Health Service Pension Scheme (England and Wales), 331.

National Heritage:

    Account: 2001–02: Board of Trustees of the Armouries, 663.

    Report of the Royal Armouries for 1999–2002, 451.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: English Heritage, 94; Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, 94.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, 685; English Heritage, 722.

National Heritage (Scotland):

    Accounts: 1999–2000: National Galleries of Scotland, 44; National Museums of Scotland, 44.

National Loans:

    Accounts relating to issues from the National Loans Fund for 1999–2000, 41.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Consolidated Fund and National Loans Fund, 279.

    Report and Accounts: 15th November 1999 to 31st March 2001: Debt Management Account, 279.

    Supplementary Statements of Accounts: 2000–01: Consolidated Fund and National Loans Fund, 279.

National Lottery:

    Order: 2001: National Lottery (Licence Fees), 75.

    Order: 2002: Awards for All (England) Joint Scheme (Authorisation), 407.

    Annual Review of the Arts Council of England for 2001, incorporating Report and Lottery Accounts, 133.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Distribution, 87; Scottish Arts Council National Lottery Distribution Fund, 94; UK Sports Council Lottery Distribution, 94; Arts Council for Wales Lottery Distribution, 103; sportscotland National Lottery Fund, 103; Community Fund, 146; National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, 143; Film Council Lottery Distribution, 263; Sports Council for Northern Ireland Lottery Distribution, 268; Arts Council of England Lottery Distribution, 271; Scottish Screen National Lottery Distribution Fund, 276; English Sports Council Lottery Distribution, 366; Sports Council for Wales Lottery Distribution, 366; National Lottery Distribution Fund, 455.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Arts Council of Wales Lottery Distribution, 722; Sports Council for Wales Lottery Distribution, 722; English Sports Council Lottery Distribution, 729; United Kingdom Sports Council Lottery Distribution, 729, Arts Council of England Lottery Distribution, 775, Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Distribution, 775, Arts Council of England, 790.

    Financial Statement: 2000–01: Arts Council for Wales, 221.

    Report: 2000–01: Arts Council for Wales, 221.

    Report: 2002: National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, 790.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: National Lottery Commission, 76; Heritage Lottery Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund, 103; New Opportunities Fund, 137; The Millennium Commission, 160.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: National Lottery Commission, 698; sportscotland National Lottery Fund, 709; Community Fund, 768; New Opportunities Fund, 772.

    Reports and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Community Fund, 146; National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, 160; sportscotland Lottery Fund, 160; Sports Council for Wales, 210.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: sportscotland Lottery Fund, 795.

    Report, Financial Statements and Lottery Statistics: 2000–01: Sport England, 444.

    Strategic Plans: 2002–05: UK Sport, 722; Arts Council of England, 729.

    Strategic Plans: 2002–07: Community Fund for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, 461; Heritage Lottery Fund, 551.

National Savings Bank:

    Accounts: 2000–01: National Savings Investment Deposits, 388; National Savings Ordinary Deposits, 388.

National Statistics:

    Reports: 2000–01: Statistics Commission, 94; National Statistics, 103.

    Report: 2001–02: Statistics Commission, 702.

    Report and Resource Accounts: 2001–02: Office for National Statistics, 717.

Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions:

    Orders: 2001: Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Hong Kong Locally Engaged Ratings' Service Gratuities and Attributable Disablement and Death Awards), 20; Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Pay and Allowances), 21; Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Non-Effective Benefits and Family Pensions), 119; Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Non-Effective Benefits and Family Pensions) (Amendment), 284; Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Second Pensions Increase), 284.

    Order: 2002: Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Non-Effective Benefits and Family Pensions) (Amendment), 385; Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Pay and Allowances), 768.

New Towns:

    Statement of Guarantee given by HM Treasury in respect of temporary borrowing by the Commission for the New Towns from Barclays Bank plc, 551.

Northern Ireland:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, 749.

    Report of the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland for 1999–2000, and Financial Statements of the Commission for 1st October 1999 to 31st March 2000, 128.

    Draft Orders: 2001: Life Sentences (Northern Ireland Consequential Amendments), 27; Life Sentences (Northern Ireland), 27; Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections), 46; Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Amendment of Enactment), 130; Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions), 130.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Criminal Injuries Compensation (Northern Ireland), 346; withdrawn, 361, re-laid, 366; Sea Fisheries (Northern Ireland), 346; Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Designation of Public Authorities), 624, withdrawn, 652; re-laid, 651, withdrawn, 656; Local Elections (Northern Ireland) (Amendment), 638, withdrawn, 675, re-laid, 685; Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections) (Amendment), 638; Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Modification of Enactments), 709; Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Designation of Public Authorities), 771, Employment (Northern Ireland), 775.

    Orders: 2001: Police (Northern Ireland), 93; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government), 112; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government), 112; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) (No. 2), 121; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government) (No. 2), 121.

    Order: 2002: Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Modification), 365; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Modification), 748; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government), 748.

    Proposals for draft Orders: 2001: Criminal Injuries Compensation (Northern Ireland), 38.

    Proposals for draft Orders: 2002: Access to Justice (Northern Ireland), 534; Firearms (Northern Ireland), 718.

    Report of the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland for 2000–01, 538.

    Report of the Life Sentence Review Commissioners for 2002, 729.

    Report of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission for 2001–02, 795.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Northern Ireland Office, 379.

    Draft Scheme: 2002: Northern Ireland Criminal Injuries Compensation, 450.

Northern Ireland Office Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Forensic Science Northern Ireland, 235; Compensation Agency, 339.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Compensation Agency, 729; Forensic Science Northern Ireland, 729.

Northern Ireland (Sentences):

    Reports of the Sentence Review Commissioners: for 2000–01, 94; for 2001–02, 709.

Nuclear Energy:

    Paper: Managing the Nuclear Legacy: A Strategy for Action, 663.

Nurses and Midwives:

    Draft Order: 2001: Nursing and Midwifery, 196.

    Order: 2002: Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001 (Consequential Amendments), 447.

    Paper: Report on the public consultation of proposals to establish the new Nursing and Midwifery Council, 196.

Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors:

    Account: 2000–01: English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, 103.

    Accounts: 2001–02: United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, 524; English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, 644.

    Nineteenth Reports of the Review Body for Nursing Staff, Midwives, Health Visitors and Professions Allied to Medicine: Nursing Staff, Midwives and Health Visitors, 271; Professions Allied to Medicine, 272.

    Report: 2001–02: English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, 644.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, 119; National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting for Scotland, 258.

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister:

    Minute from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister concerning a proposed contingent liability in relation to extra work by fire authorities in England and Wales on mass decontamination, 670.

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Planning Inspectorate, 709; Rent Service, 729.

Oil and Pipelines:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Oil and Pipelines Agency, 243.

Opticians:

    Accounts: 2000–01: General Optical Council, 70.

    Accounts: 2001–02: General Optical Council, 742.

Osteopaths:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: General Osteopathic Council, 185.

Overseas Development:

    Draft Orders: 2002: African Development Fund (Additional Subscriptions), 644; Caribbean Development Bank (Further Payments), 644.

    Report: 1st October 1999 to 30th September 2000: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom, 228.

Overseas Territories:

    Orders: 2002: Overseas Territories (Zimbabwe) (Restrictive Measures), 470; Anti-terrorism (Financial and Other Measures) (Overseas Territories), 742; Overseas Territories (Zimbabwe) (Restrictive Measures) (Amendment), 768.

Parliament:

    Draft Order: 2001: Ministerial and other Salaries, 62.

    Regulations: 2001: Parliamentary Pensions (Amendment) (Pension Sharing), 108.

    Regulations: 2002: Parliamentary Pensions (Amendment), 692; Parliamentary Pensions (Amendment) (No.2), 716.

Parliamentary Commissioner:

    Reports of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration: Session 2001–02: 1st, Annual Report 2000–01, 30; 2nd, Selected Cases and Summaries of Completed Investigations, October 2000 to March 2001, 30; 3rd, Access to Official Information: Investigations Completed, January to June 2001, 94; 4th, Access to Official Information: Declarations made under the Ministerial Code of Conduct, 188; 5th, Access to Official Information: Investigations Completed, July 2001 to January 2002, 350; 6th, Selected Cases and Summaries of Completed Investigations, April to September 2001, 415; 7th, Access to Official Information: Investigations Completed, February to April 2002, 576; 8th, Annual Report 2001–02, 651.

Parliamentary Papers:

    Alphabetical index to the Bills, House of Commons Papers and Command Papers in the House of Commons set of parliamentary papers with notes on the volume arrangements and summary of legislation, Session 2001-02, Fifty-third Parliament, First Session, 50th and 51st Elizabeth II, 13th June 2001 to 7th November 2002, 819.

Partnership:

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Limited Liability Partnerships (Particulars of Usual Residential Address) (Confidentiality Orders), 398; Limited Liability Partnerships (No. 2), 398.

    Regulations: 2002: Limited Liability Partnerships (Competent Authority) (Fees), 398.

Patents:

    Order: 2001: Patents (Convention Countries) (Amendment), 20.

    Regulations: 2002: Patents and Plant Variety Rights (Compulsory Licensing), 348.

    Rules: 2002: Patents (Amendment), 400.

Pensions:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority, 41; Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund, 563.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority, 663.

    Draft Order: 2002: Guaranteed Minimum Pensions Increase, 342.

    Order: 2001: Occupational Pensions (Revaluation), 214.

    Orders: 2002: National Ports Council Pension Scheme (Excess Statutory Surplus), 365; Pensions (Polish Forces) Scheme (Extension), 418; Pensions Increase (Review), 421; Naval, Military and Air Forces Etc. (Disablement and Death) Service Pensions Amendment, 450; Judicial Pensions (Pensions Appeal Tribunals), 563; Superannuation (Admission to Schedule 1 to the Superannuation Act 1972), 716.

    Regulations: 2001: Local Government Pension Scheme (Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England) (Transfers), 116; Local Government Pension Scheme (Amendment No. 2), 143.

    Regulations: 2002: Local Government Pension Scheme (Amendment), 356; Occupational Pension Schemes (Minimum Funding Requirement and Miscellaneous Amendments), 372; Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Bankruptcy), 398; Occupational Pension Schemes (Winding Up Notices and Reports etc.), 398; Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Contracting-out) (Miscellaneous Amendments), 421; Local Government Pension Scheme (Miscellaneous), 443; Local Government (Early Termination of Employment) (Discretionary Compensation) (England and Wales) (Miscellaneous), 446; Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Bankruptcy) (No. 2), 447; Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Disclosure of Information) Amendment, 572; Stakeholder Pension Schemes (Amendment), 596; Local Government Pension Scheme (Management and Investment of Funds) (Amendment), 712; Stakeholder Pension Schemes (Amendment No. 2), 738; Occupational Pension Schemes (Member-nominated Trustees and Directors) Amendment, 741.

    Report: 2000–01: Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority, 83.

    Report: 2001–02: Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority, 709.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Pensions Compensation Board, 103.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Pensions Compensation Board, 670.

    Scheme: 2002: Personal Injuries (Civilians) Amendment, 418.

Pensions (Scotland):

    Rules: 2001: Pensions Appeal Tribunals (Scotland) (Amendment), 122.

Pesticides:

    Regulations: 2001: Plant Protection Products (Amendment) (No. 2), 61; Plant Protection Products (Fees), 70; Plant Protection Products (Amendment) (No. 3), 239; Plant Protection Products (Payments), 253.

    Regulations: 2002: Plant Protection Products (Amendment), 400; Plant Protection Products (Amendment) (No. 2), 590, Plant Protection Products (Fees) (Amendment), 799.

Pitcairn Islands:

    Orders: 2002: Pitcairn Court of Appeal Order 2000 (Amendment), 366, Pitcairn (Amendment), 799.

Plant Breeders' Rights:

    Regulations: 2001: Plant Breeders' Rights (Fees) (Amendment), 182.

    Regulations: 2002: Plant Breeders' Rights (Fees) (Amendment), 651.

Plant Health:

    Orders: 2001: Plant Health (England) (Amendment), 37; Plant Health (Forestry) (Great Britain) (Amendment), 117; Potatoes Originating in Germany (Notification) (England), 122.

    Orders: 2002: Plant Health (Forestry) (Great Britain) (Amendment), 352; Treatment of Spruce Bark (Amendment), 353; Plant Health (Forestry) (Great Britain) (Amendment) (No. 2), 450; Plant Health (England) (Amendment), 461; The Plant Health (Phytophthora ramorum) (England), 543; Plant Health (Forestry) (Phytophthora ramorum) (Great Britain), 590; The Plant Health (Phytophthora ramorum) (England) (No. 2), 748; Plant Health (Forestry) (Phytophthora ramorum) (Great Britain) (No. 2), 748.

    Regulations: 2001: Potatoes Originating in Egypt (Amendment) (England), 180.

Police:

    Account: 2000–01: Police Complaints Authority, 83.

    Account: 2001–02: Police Complaints Authority, 702.

    Draft Codes of Practice on:– Visual Recording of Interviews with Suspects, 119; Visual Recording with Sound of Interviews with Suspects, 451; the Exercise by Police Offenders of Statutory Powers of Stop and Search, 819.

    Draft Order: 2002: Functions of Traffic Wardens (Amendment), 768.

    Orders: 2001: Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Modification), 23; NCS Service Authority (Budget Statement), 70; NCIS Service Authority (Budget Statement) 70; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Tape-recording of Interviews) (Amendment), 70.

    Orders: 2002: Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (Central Police Training and Development Authority) (Transitional Provisions), 407; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Temporary Modifications to Code D), 408; Police (Secretary of State's Objectives), 422; National Crime Squad (Secretary of State's Objectives), 444; National Criminal Intelligence Service (Secretary of State's Objectives), 444; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Visual Recording of Interviews), 461; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Visual Recording of Interviews) (Certain Police Areas), 463; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Modifications to Code C and Code D) (Certain Police Areas), 520; Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2000 (Designated Places of Detention), 548; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Modifications to Code C and Code D) (Certain Police Areas) (Amendment), 716; The Attestation of Constables (Welsh Language), 742; Metropolitan Police Authority (Civil Staff Pensions), 747; Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Visual Recording of Interviews) (Certain Police Areas) (No. 2), 747.

    Paper: Policing a New Century: a Blueprint for Reform, 245.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Drug Testing of Persons in Police Detention) (Prescribed Persons), 19.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Police Act 1997 (Enhanced Criminal Record Certificates) (Protection of Vulnerable Adults), 325; withdrawn, 347, re-laid, 346.

    Regulations: 2001: Royal Ulster Constabulary Pensions (Amendment), 62; Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) (Registration) (Amendment), 99; Local Authorities (Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places), 116; Police (Amendment), 127; Police Trainee Regulations (Northern Ireland), 127; Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (Consequential Amendments) (Police Ranks), 257.

    Regulations: 2002: Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records), 346; Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2000 (Policing Plan), 400; Police Service of Northern Ireland, 421; Police Service of Northern Ireland Reserve (Full-time) (Appointment and Conditions of Service), 421; Police (Promotion) (Amendment), 436; Police Service of Northern Ireland Pensions, 440; Police Service of Northern Ireland Reserve (Full-time) Pensions, 440; Police Authorities (Selection Panel) (Amendment), 563; Police (Amendment), 680; Police Service of Northern Ireland (Recruitment of Police Support Staff), 738; Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Foundation, 738; Police (Property) (Amendment), 741; Police Authorities (Three-year Strategy Plans), 747; Police (Amendment) (No. 2), 748.

    Draft Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Police Emblems and Flags, 286.

    Reports: 2000–01: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 128; Chief Surveillance Commissioner, 302.

    Reports: 2002–03: National Crime Squad Grant, 243; National Criminal Intelligence Service Grant, 243; Police Grant (England and Wales), 320.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Independent Police Complaints Authority, 67; Police Information Technology Organisation, 94.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Police Complaints Authority, 680; Police Information Technology Organisation, 718.

Police (Northern Ireland):

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Independent Commission for Police Complaints for Northern Ireland, 67; Police Authority for Northern Ireland, including Accounts of the Royal Ulster Constabulary Fund and the Police Property Fund, 176.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Police Authority for Northern Ireland, including Accounts of the Royal Ulster Constabulary Fund and the Police Property Fund, 563.

    Report: 2001–02: Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, 648.

    Reports of the Office of the Oversight Commissioner: 2nd, 130; 3rd, 243; 4th, 527; 5th, 743.

    Reports of the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland: into a complaint made by the Devenny family on 20th April 2001, 376; for the period 6th November 2000 to 31st March 2002, 722.

Political Parties, Elections and Referendums:

    Corporate Plan of the Electoral Commission for 2002–03 to 2006–07, 440.

    Five Year Plan of the Electoral Commission for 2001–02 to 2005–06, 284.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Electoral Commission, 350.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Electoral Commission, 812.

Postal Services:

    Account: 2001–02: Consumer Council for Postal Services, 685.

    Draft Orders: 2001: Draft Sub-Post Office Start-Up Capital Subsidy Scheme, 24; Postal Services Act 2000 (Determination of Turnover for Penalties) (Amendment), 99.

    Draft Order: 2002: Postal Services Act 2000 (Modification of Section 7), 279.

    Order: 2001: Postal Services Act 2000 (Disclosure of Information), 182.

    Report: 2000–01: Postal Services Commission, 103.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Postwatch, 722.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Postcomm, 325.

Post Office:

    Reports: 2000–01: Post Office Users' National Council, 103; Post Office Users' Council for Northern Ireland, 103; Post Office Users' Council for Scotland, 103; Post Office Users' Council for Wales, 103.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Post Office, 128.

    Review and Accounts: 2001–02: Consignia, 692.

Powers of Attorney:

    Rules: 2002: Court of Protection (Enduring Powers of Attorney) (Amendment), 446; Court of Protection (Enduring Powers of Attorney) (Amendment No. 2), 735.

Pre-Budget Report:

    Paper: Pre-Budget Report, November 2001: Building a stronger, fairer Britain in an uncertain world, 224.

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism:

    Draft Orders: 2002: Pathogens Access Appeal Commission (Procedure), 600; Schedule 7 to the Terrorism Act 2000 (Information), 655, Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment), 775.

    Regulations: 2002: Security of Pathogens and Toxins (Exceptions to Dangerous Substances), 548.

Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme, 331.

Prison and Young Offenders Centres:

    Rules: 2001: Prison and Young Offenders Centre (Amendment) Rules (Northern Ireland), 18.

Prisons:

    Order: 2001: Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specified Organisations), 133.

    Orders: 2002: Closure of Prisons (H.M. Prison Haslar), 303; Closure of Prisons (H.M. Young Offender Institution Dover), 303.

    Draft Order 2002: Release of Short-Term Prisoners on Licence (Amendment of Requisite Period, 785.

    Prison Statistics for England and Wales for 2000, 112.

    Report: 1999–2000: HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales, 87.

    Report: 2000–01: Prisons Ombudsman, 59.

    Report: 2001–02: Prisons and Probation Ombudsman for England and Wales, 644.

    Rules: Prison (Amendment), 738.

Prisons (Northern Ireland):

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Northern Ireland Prison Service, 103.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Northern Ireland Prison Service, 722.

Prison Service (Northern Ireland):

    Paper: Northern Ireland Prison Service Medal: Royal Warrant, 372.

Prisons and Young Offenders Centres:

    Rules: 2001: Life Sentence Review Commissioners', 121.

Prison Service Pay:

    First Report of the Prison Service Pay Review Body, 325.

Private Military Companies:

    Paper: Private Military Companies: Options for Regulation, 353.

Privy Council Office:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Privy Council Office, 332.

Probation Board (Northern Ireland):

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Probation Board for Northern Ireland, 176.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Probation Board for Northern Ireland, 437.

Procedure:

    Government Response to the Third Report from the Procedure Committee, Session 2001–02, on Parliamentary Questions, 768.

Professional Qualifications:

    Regulations: 2002: European Communities (Recognition of Qualifications and Experience) (Third General System), 616; European Communities (Recognition of Qualifications and Experience) (Third General System) (Amendment), 736.

Prosecution of Offences:

    Report: 2000–01: Crown Prosecution Service, 103.

    Report: 2001–02: Crown Prosecution Service, 698.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Crown Prosecution Service, 332.

Protection of Wrecks:

    Order: 2001: Protection of Wrecks (Designation), 46.

    Order: 2002: Protection of Wrecks (Designation), 702.

Provisional Orders (Scotland):

    Report by the Secretary of State for Scotland, the Lord Chairman of Committees in the House of Lords and the Chairman of Ways and Means in the House of Commons under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936 in respect of representations by HSBC Investment Bank Holdings plc, 192.

Public Accounts:

    Response of the House of Commons Commission to the Sixty-third Report from the Committee of Public Accounts, Session 2001–02 and to the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General on the Construction of Portcullis House: The New Parliamentary Building, 790.

    Treasury Minutes on the following reports from the Committee of Public Accounts, 2000–01: 6th, 8th to 10th and 12th, 94; 11th and 13th to 16th, 121.

    Treasury Minutes on the following reports from the Committee of Public Accounts, 2001–02: 1st to 3rd, 356; 4th to 6th, 376; 7th to 8th and 12th to 13th, 415; 9th and 10th, 434; 14th to 17th, 511; 11th, 543; 18th to 22nd and 24th, 580; 23rd and 26th to 30th, 620; 31st to 35th, 698; 36th, 37th and 39th to 42nd, and Addendum to 13th, 745; 38th, 44th and 47th to 49th, 754, 50th to 52nd, 54th, 56th to 57th and 59th, 790.

Public Expenditure:

    Papers: Public Expenditure 2000-01: Provisional Outturn, 108; Public Expenditure: Statistical Analyses 2002–03, 548; Public Expenditure 2001–2002: Provisional Outturn, 692.

Public Health:

    Order: 2002: Control of Noise (Codes of Practice for Construction and Open Sites) (England), 384; National Care Standards Commission (Director of Private and Voluntary Health Care), 430.

    Regulations: 2001: Motor Fuel (Composition and Content) (Amendment), 253; Private and Voluntary Health Care (England), 262.

Public Lending Right:

    Account: 2000–01: Public Lending Right Central Fund, 87.

    Account: 2001–02: Public Lending Right Central Fund, 722.

    Reports by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport on the Public Lending Right Scheme, incorporating the Registrar's Annual Review and Summary Financial Statement of the Public Lending Right Central Fund: for 2000–01, 298; for 2001–02, 754.

Public Passenger Transport:

    Order: 2002: Travel Concessions (Eligible Services), 451.

    Regulations: 2001: Quality Partnership Schemes (Existing Facilities), 124.

    Regulations: 2002: Public Service Vehicles (Conditions of Fitness, Equipment, Use and Certification) (Amendment), 398; Bus Service Operators Grant (England), 451; Public Service Vehicles (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) (Amendment), 688; Community Bus (Amendment), 748; Minibus and Other Section 19 Permit Buses (Amendment), 748; Public Service Vehicles (Operators' Licences) (Fees) (Amendment), 748; Public Service Vehicles (Registration of Local Services) (Amendment) (No. 2) (England and Wales), 748.

Public Passenger Vehicles:

    Regulations: 2002: Public Service Vehicles (Registration of Local Services) (Amendment) (England and Wales), 333.

Public Petitions:

Public Processions (Northern Ireland):

    Report and Statement of Accounts of the Parades Commission for Northern Ireland for 2000–01, 38.

Public Procurement:

    Regulations: 2001: Utilities Contracts (Amendment), 59.

Public Records:

    Order: 2001: Public Records Act 1958 (Admissibility of Electronic Copies of Public Records), 283.

    Report of the Keeper of Public Records on the work of the Public Record Office, and Accounts of the Public Record Office for 2000–01, and the Report of the Advisory Council on Public Records for 2000–01, 104.

    Report of the Keeper of Public Records on the work of the Public Record Office, Resource Accounts of the Public Record Office and Report of the Advisory Council on Public Records for 2001–02, 709.

    Supplement to the Report of the Keeper of Public Records for 2001–02, 709.

Public Works Loans:

    Reports of the Public Works Loan Board: 2000–01, 87; 2001–02, 670.

Race Relations:

    Account: 2000–01: Commission for Racial Equality, 729.

    Draft Codes of Practice: on the duty to promote race equality, 466, on the duty to promote race equality in Scotland, 786.

    Orders: 2001: Race Relations Act 1976 (General Statutory Duty), 145; Race Relations Act 1976 (Statutory Duties), 145.

    Order: 2002: Race Relations Act 1976 (General Statutory Duty: Code of Practice), 589.

    Reports of the Commission for Racial Equality: 2000, 83; 2001, 651.

Radioactive Substances:

    Regulations: 2001: Radioactive Substances (Clocks and Watches) (England and Wales), 271.

Radiological Protection:

    Accounts: 2000–01: National Radiological Protection Board, 76.

    Accounts: 2001–02: National Radiological Protection Board, 723.

Railways:

    Reports: 2000–01: Rail Passengers Council, 119; Rail Passengers Committee for Wales, 422.

    Reports 2001–02: Rail Passengers Council, 729; Rail Passengers Committee Wales, 743; Rail Regulator, 749.

    Report and Accounts: 1st April 2000 to 31st January 2001: British Railways Board, 146.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Strategic Rail Authority, 83.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Strategic Rail Authority, 702.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of the Rail Regulator, 325.

    Statement of policy on the Secretary of State's use of his power to make directions under Section 26 of the Railways Act 1993, 279.

Rating and Valuation:

    Orders: 2001: Non-Domestic Rating (Former Agricultural Premises) (England), 113; Non-Domestic Rating (Stud Farms) (England), 113; Non-Domestic Rating (Designation of Rural Areas) (England), 253.

    Regulations: 2001: Non-Domestic Rating Contributions (England) (Amendment), 253.

    Regulations: 2002: Non-Domestic Rating (Alteration of Lists and Appeals) (Amendment) (England), 400.

Regional Development Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Advantage West Midlands: West Midlands Regional Development Agency, 104; East of England Development Agency, 104; East Midlands Development Agency, 104; Northwest Development Agency, 104; One North East: North East of England Regional Development Agency, 104; SEEDA: South East of England Regional Development Agency, 104; South West of England Regional Development Agency, 104; Yorkshire Forward: Yorkshire and Humber Regional Development Agency, 104.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Advantage West Midlands Development Agency, 729'; East of England Development Agency, 729; East Midlands Development Agency, 729; Northwest Development Agency, 729; One NorthEast, 729; South East of England Development Agency, 730; Yorkshire Forward, 730; South West of England Regional Development Agency, 743.

Regional Government:

    Paper: Your Region, Your Choice; Revitalising the English Regions, 543.

Registration of Political Parties:

    Order: 2002: Registered Parties (Non-constituent and Non-affiliated Organisations) (Amendment), 384.

Registration Service:

    Birth Statistics: Review of the Registrar General on births and patterns of family building in England and Wales for 2000, 269.

    Marriage, divorce and adoption statistics: Review of the Registrar General on marriages, divorces and adoptions in England and Wales for 1999, 104; for 2000, 698.

    Mortality Statistics: Review of the Registrar General on deaths by cause, sex and age in England and Wales for 2000, 276.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers:

    Draft Code of Practice on Accessing Communications Data, 119.

    Reports: 2000: Intelligence Services Commissioner, 160; Interception of Communications Commissioner, 160.

    Reports: 2001: Intelligence Services Commissioner, 795; Interception of Communications Commissioner, 795.

Regulatory Impact Assessments:

    Lists of Regulatory Impact Assessments:– 1st January to 30th June 2001, 165; 1st July to 31st December 2001, 534.

Regulatory Reform:

    Draft Order: 2001: Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing), 196; withdrawn, 198, re-laid, 198.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing), 371; Regulatory Reform (Carer's Allowance), 474; Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979), 520.

    Proposals for Orders: 2001: Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing), 38.

    Proposals for Orders: 2002: Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England), 204; Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing), 228; Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales), 269; Regulatory Reform (Carer's Allowance), 272; Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979), 292; Regulatory Reform (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.), 534; Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions), 709; Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing), 730; Regulatory Reform (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.), 771.

    Proposals for Orders: 2003: Regulatory Reform (Sugar Beet Research and Education), 698; Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales), 718; Regulatory Reform (Assured Periodic Tenancies) (Rent Increases), 754, Regulatory Reform (Housing Management Agreements), 799.

Rehabilitation of Offenders:

    Draft Order: 2001: Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) (No. 2), 176; withdrawn, 201, re-laid, 201.

    Draft Order: 2002: Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment), 330; withdrawn, 336, re-laid, 335.

    Orders: Northern Ireland: 2001: Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) (Amendment), 62; Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) (Amendment) (No. 2) (Northern Ireland), 182.

Rent Service:

    Report and Financial Statements: 2000–01: Rent Service, 434.

Representation of the People:

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (England and Wales), 58; Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Scotland) Regulations 2001, 58; Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Northern Ireland), 62.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Representation of the People (Northern Ireland) (Amendment), 638; Representation of the People (Scotland) (Amendment), 638; Representation of the People (England and Wales) (Amendment), 644.

    Regulations: 2002: Elections (Policy Development Grants Scheme), 346.

Reserve Forces:

    Amendments to the Territorial Army Regulations 1978: 548; 760.

    Amendment List 6 to Regulations for the Reserve Air Forces, 743.

    Changes to the Regulations for the Naval and Marine Reserves (BR 64): 8, 104; 9, 548.

    Regulations: 2001: amending the Territorial Army Regulations 1978, 47.

    Revision of Regulations for the Royal Marine Reserve (BR 63), 743.

    Reports on the making of call-out orders under sections 54(1) or 56(1) of the Reserve Forces Act 1996, 128; 418; 459; 760.

Resource Accounts, 2001–02:

    Resource Accounts: 2001–02: Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, 639; Government Actuary's Department, 680; Export Credits Guarantee Department, 723; Office of Water Services, 754; National Savings and Investments, 768, Armed Forces Pension Scheme, 790, Crown Prosecution Service, 790, Office of the Rail Regulator, 795.

Roads:

    Report for 2000 under Section 18 of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, 108.

Road Traffic:

    Draft Order: 2001: Driving Licences (Disqualification until Test Passed) (Prescribed Offence), 196.

    Orders: 2001: Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Brighton & Hove), 25; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Borough of Bournemouth), 114; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Cumbria) (Borough of Barrow-in-Furness), 115; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Birmingham), 116; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Stoke-on-Trent), 118; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Metropolitan Borough of Oldham), 118; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (District of Herefordshire),128; Road Traffic (Designation of Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Cumbria) (City of Carlisle), 169; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Cumbria) (City of Carlisle), 169.

    Orders: 2002: Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Norfolk) (City of Norwich), 292; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Southampton), 330; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Cumbria) (District of South Lakeland), 350; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Borough of Milton Keynes), 379; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Borough of Poole), 379; Vehicle Excise Duty (Designation of Small Islands) (Amendment), 466; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Liverpool), 563; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Hampshire) (Borough of Rushmoor), 563; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Hampshire) (District of Hart), 563; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Dorset) (District of East Dorset), 591; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Dorset) (District of North Dorset), 591; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Dorset) (District of Purbeck), 591; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Dorset) (District of West Dorset), 591; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of North Yorkshire) (Borough of Harrogate), 631; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (City of Nottingham), 736; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Essex) (Borough of Brentwood), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Essex) (Borough of Chelmsford), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Essex) (Borough of Colchester), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Essex) (District of Epping Forest), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Hampshire) (Borough of Basingstoke and Deane), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (Metropolitan Borough of Bury), 739; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Essex) (Borough of Brentwood) (Amendment), 742; Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Cumbria) (District of Eden), 747, Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (County of Dorset) (Borough of Weymouth and Portland), 790.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Road Traffic (Vehicle Emissions) (Fixed Penalty) (England), 612.

    Regulations: 2001: Motor Vehicles (Third Party Risks) (Amendment), 24; Community Drivers' Hours (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Temporary Exception) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 2), 40; Motor Vehicles (Approval) (Fees), 70; Community Drivers' Hours (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Temporary Exception) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 3), 114; Motor Vehicles (Driving Licences) (Amendment) (No. 4), 114; Road User Charging and Workplace Parking Levy (Classes of Motor Vehicles) (England), 114; Motor Vehicles (EC Type Approval) (Amendment), 114; Community Drivers' Hours (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Temporary Exception) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 4), 116; Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment) (No. 4), 122; Community Drivers' Hours (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Temporary Exception) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 5), 123; Motor Vehicles (Access to Driver Licensing Records), 125; Motor Vehicles (Tests) (Amendment) (No. 2), 125; Motor Vehicles (Driving Licences) (Amendment) (No. 5), 151; Community Drivers' Hours (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (Temporary Exception) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 6), 157; The Goods Vehicles (Authorisation of International Journeys) (Fees), 180; M25 Motorway (Junctions 10 to 16) (Variable Speed Limits), 224; Drivers' Hours (Goods Vehicles) (Milk Collection) (Temporary Exemption) (Revocation), 253; Goods Vehicles (Enforcement Powers), 271.

    Regulations: 2002: Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment), 348; Public Service Vehicles (Conditions of Fitness, Equipment, Use and Certification) (Amendment), 365; Goods Vehicles (Plating and Testing) (Amendment), 398; Motor Vehicles (Tests) (Amendment), 398; International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (Fees) (Amendment), 408; International Transport of Goods under Cover of TIR Carnets (Fees) (Amendment), 408; Passenger and Goods Vehicles (Recording Equipment) (Approval of Fitters and Workshops) (Fees) (Amendment), 408; Removal and Disposal of Vehicles (England) (Amendment), 430; Vehicle Excise Duty (Immobilisation, Removal and Disposal of Vehicles) (Amendment), 430; Goods Vehicles (Community Authorisations) Modification of the Road Traffic (Foreign Vehicles) Act 1972), 589; Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment) (No. 2), 590; M4 Motorway (Hillingdon and Hounslow) (Speed Limits), 639; Motor Vehicles (Tests) (Amendment) (No. 2), 655; Motor Vehicles (EC Type Approval) (Amendment), 702; Motor Salvage Operators, 728; Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment) (No. 3), 738; Road Vehicles (Registration and Licensing) (Amendment), 742; The M60 Motorway (Junction 25) (Speed Limit), 742; Road Vehicles (Testing) (Disclosure of Information) (Great Britain), 742; Motor Cars (Driving Instruction) (Amendment), 768; Motor Vehicles (Driving Licences) (Amendment), 768, Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) (Amendment), 798, Motor Vehicles (EC Type Approval) (Amendment) (No. 2), 812.

    Regulations: Northern Ireland: 2002: Road Vehicles (Registration and Licensing) (Amendment), 742.

Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation:

    Report and Accounts: 2000: Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation, 306.

School Inspections:

    Report: 2000–01: Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England, 339.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England, 245.

School Standards and Framework:

    Accounts: 1998–99: Newcastle Education Action Zone, 87.

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Bolton Education Action Zone, 21; Bridgwater Education Action Zone, 21; Dingle Granby Toxteth Education Action Zone, 21; Gloucester Education Action Zone, 21; Hamilton Oxford Education Action Zone, 21; Herefordshire Education Action Zone, 21; Kent and Somerset Education Action Zone, 21; North East Derbyshire Coalfields Education Action Zone, 21; Peterlee Education Action Zone, 21; Speke Garston Education Action Zone, 21; Stoke-on-Trent Education Action Zone, 21; Telford and Wrekin Education Action Zone, 21; Wolverhampton Education Action Zone, 21; East Basildon Education Action Zone, 26; Leigh Education Action Zone, 26; New Addington Education Action Zone, 26; Preston Education Action Zone, 26; Sheffield North East Education Action Zone, 26; Ellesmere Port Education Action Zone, 62; Wythenshawe Education Action Zone, 62; Kingston upon Hull Education Action Zone, 76; Barnsley Education Action Zone, 87; South Tyneside Education Action Zone, 87; South Bradford East Education Action Zone, 94; Blackburn with Darwen Education Action Zone, 108; East Brighton Education Action Zone, 108; Kitts Green and Shard End Education Action Zone, 108; North East Lincolnshire Education Action Zone, 108; North Southwark Education Action Zone, 108; Salford and Trafford Education Action Zone, 108; CFBT/Lambeth Education Action Zone, 140; Easington and Seaham Education Action Zone, 140; Halifax Education Action Zone, 140; Middlesbrough Education Action Zone, 140; Newham Education Action Zone, 140; Nottingham Education Action Zone, 140; Southend Education Action Zone, 140; Thetford Education Action Zone, 140; Wednesbury Education Action Zone, 140; Leicester Education Action Zone, 146; Wakefield Education Action Zone, 146; Withernsea Education Action Zone, 146; East Manchester Education Action Zone, 201; Greenwich Education Action Zone, 269; Dudley Education Action Zone, 339; N. Somerset Education Action Zone, 444; Hackney Education Action Zone, 455; Sunderland Education Action Zone, 474; East Cleveland Education Action Zone, 591; Plymouth Education Action Zone, 730; Camborne Pool Redruth Education Action Zone, 758.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Corby Education Action Zone, 380; Hastings and St. Leonards Education Action Zone, 441; Leigh Park Education Action Zone, 441; Clacton and Harwich Education Action Zone, 444; Wolverhampton Education Action Zone, 444; Bridgwater Education Action Zone, 451; Bristol Education Action Zone, 451; East Brighton Education Action Zone, 451; Halifax Education Action Zone, 451; Newham Education Action Zone, 451; North Southwark Education Action Zone, 451; North Stockton Education Action Zone, 451; Westminster Education Action Zone, 451; Birmingham Education Action Zone, 456; Lambeth Education Action Zone, 456; Newcastle Education Action Zone, 456; North West Shropshire Education Action Zone, 456; Sheffield Education Action Zone, 456; Slough Education Action Zone, 456; Stoke Education Action Zone, 456; Telford & Wrekin Education Action Zone, 456; Thetford Education Action Zone, 456; East Basildon Education Action Zone, 474; Herefordshire Education Action Zone, 474; Southend Education Action Zone, 475; Leicester Education Action Zone, 527; Downham & Bellingham Education Action Zone, 538; Bedford Education Action Zone, 551; Bolton Education Action Zone, 551; Leigh (Wigan) Education Action Zone, 551; North Gillingham Education Action Zone, 551; Nottingham Education Action Zone, 580; Easington and Seaham Education Action Zone, 584; Peterlee Education Action Zone, 584; Ashington Education Action Zone, 592; Coventry Education Action Zone,592; Kent/Somerset Virtual Education Action Zone, 592; North East Derbyshire Education Action Zone, 592; Salford & Trafford Education Action Zone, 592; South East England Virtual Education Action Zone, 592; South Tyneside Education Action Zone, 592; Sunderland Education Action Zone, 592; Wakefield Education Action Zone, 592; Barnsley Education Action Zone, 612; Wythenshawe Education Action Zone, 612; Kingston-upon-Hull Education Action Zone, 620; Greenwich Education Action Zone, 636; Hamilton Oxford Education Action Zone, 636; New Addington Education Action Zone, 670; Ellesmere Port Education Action Zone, 718; Great Yarmouth Education Action Zone, 730; Plymouth Education Action Zone, 730; Preston Education Action Zone, 730; South Bradford Education Action Zone, 730; Blackburn with Darwen Education Action Zone, 758; Camborne Pool Redruth Education Action Zone, 758; East Manchester Education Action Zone, 758; Grimsby (North East Lincolnshire) Education Action Zone, 758; North Islington Education Action Zone, 758; Wednesbury Education Action Zone, 758.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Hastings and St. Leonards Education Action Zone, 730; Salford and Trafford Education Action Zone, 730; Ashington Education Action Zone, 758; North Stockton Education Action Zone, 758; Sunderland Education Action Zone, 758.

School Teachers:

    Eleventh Report of the School Teachers' Review Body, for 2002, 312.

    Paper: School Teachers' Review Body: Special Review of the Welcome Back Bonus for Returners to Teaching in England, 28.

    Report of the School Teachers' Review Body on Special review of approaches to reducing teacher workload, 538.

Science and Technology:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, 70; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, 70; Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, 70; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, 94; Economic and Social Research Council, 94; Research Councils' Pension Schemes, 95; Medical Research Council, 249; Natural Environment Research Council, 286.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, 670; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, 670; Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, 670; Economic and Social Research Council, 698; Research Councils' Pension Schemes, 718, National Environment Research Council, 775.

    Government Response to the following Reports of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, Session 2000–01: 3rd, on Resistance to Antibiotics, 110; 4th, on Human Genetic Databases: Challenges and Opportunities, 110; 2nd, on Therapeutic Uses of Cannabis, 269.

    Government Response to the Fifth Report of the Science and Technology Committee, Session 2000-01, on Genetics and Insurance, 143.

    Government Response to the following Reports of the Science and Technology Committee, Session 2001–02: 1st, on Cancer Research—A Follow Up, 607.

    Paper: The Forward Look 2001: Government-funded science, engineering and technology, 272.

    Reports: 2000–01: Medical Research Council, 95; Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, 104; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, 104; Natural Environment Research Council, 104; Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, 104.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, 685; Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, 698; Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, 702; Medical Research Council, 723; Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, 723.

    Report and Summary Financial Statements: 2000–01: Economic and Social Research Council, 95.

    Report and Summary Financial Statements: 2001–02: Economic and Social Research Council, 710; Natural Environment Research Council, 749.

Scotland Office:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Scotland Office (Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland), 332.

Sea Fisheries:

    Orders: 2002: Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Quota and Third Country Fishing Measures), 356; Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Conservation Measures) (Amendment), 384.

    Regulations: 2001: Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Satellite Monitoring Measures) Order 2000 Amendment, 257.

    Report by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on the proceedings under sections 1 to 5 of the Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act 1967, for 2001, 325.

    Scheme: 2001: Fishing Vessels (Decommissioning) (England), 126.

Security and Intelligence Agencies:

    Financial Statement: 2000–01: Security and Intelligence Agencies, 380.

Seeds:

    Regulations: 2001: Seeds (Fees) (Amendment) (England), 99.

    Regulations: 2002: Seeds (Fees) (Amendment) (England), 648.

Senior Salaries:

    Twenty-fourth Report of the Review Body on Senior Salaries, 380.

Sessional Returns:

    Sessional Returns for 2000–01, 108.

Severn Bridges:

    Accounts prepared pursuant to section 28(1)(b) of the Severn Bridges Act 1992 for 2000–01, 718.

    Financial Statements: 2000: Severn River Crossing plc, 119.

Sex Discrimination:

    Account: 2001–02: Equal Opportunities Commission, 656.

    Regulations: 2001: Sex Discrimination (Indirect Discrimination and Burden of Proof), 108.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Equal Opportunities Commission, 104.

Slovakia:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Slovak Republic on International Road Transport, 445.

Slovenia:

    2001:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia on the Establishment and Activities of Cultural Centres, 30.

Social Care:

    Regulations: 2001: Preserved Rights (Transfer of Responsibilities to Local Authorities), 224; Care Homes, 263; National Care Standards Commission (Registration), 263; National Care Standards Commission (Fees and Frequency of Inspections), 263.

    Regulations: 2002: Fostering Services, 295; Protection of Young Children and Vulnerable Adults and Care Standards Tribunal, 440; Care Standards Act 2000 (Establishments and Agencies) (Miscellaneous Amendments), 447; National Care Standards Commission (Children's Rights Director), 534; National Care Standards Commission (Fees and Frequency of Inspections) (Amendment), 591; National Care Standards Commission (Fees and Frequency of Inspections) Amendment (No. 2), 737.

Social Security:

    Draft Orders: 2002: Social Security Benefits Up-rating, 342; Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds Payments), 342; Tax Credits Up-rating, 360.

    Orders: 2001: Discretionary Housing Payments (Grants), 37; Income-related Benefits (Subsidy to Authorities) Amendment, 46; New Deal (Lone Parents) (Miscellaneous Provisions), 116.

    Orders: 2002: Social Security Pensions (Low Earnings Threshold), 301; Social Security Revaluation of Earnings Factors, 415; Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Dependency) (Permitted Earnings Limits), 425; Income-Related Benefits (Subsidy to Authorities) Amendment, 721.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Social Security (Literacy etc. Skills Training Pilot), 62; Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers' Compensation) (Payment of Claims) (Amendment), 70; withdrawn, 105; re-laid, 99; Social Security (Loss of Benefit), 213.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Social Security and Child Support (Decisions and Appeals) (Miscellaneous Amendments), 450; Social Security Amendment (Intercalating Students), 600; Explanatory Memorandum thereon, 607; Social Security (Electronic Communications) (Child Benefit), 612; State Pension Credit, 639.

    Regulations: 2001: Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 4), 19; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 6), 19; Social Security Amendment (Discretionary Housing Payments), 40; Social Security Amendment (Volunteers), 40; Social Security Amendment (Students and Income-related Benefits), 40; Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 5), 59; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 7), 82; Employment Zones (Amendment) (No. 3), 99; Welfare Reform and Pensions (Persons Abroad: Benefits for Widows and Widowers) (Consequential Amendments), 113; Income Support (General) (Standard Interest Rate Amendment) (No. 2), 113; Social Security (Medical Evidence) and Statutory Maternity Pay (Medical Evidence) (Amendment), 117; Social Security Amendment (Personal Allowances for Children and Young Persons), 117; Social Security (Incapacity) (Miscellaneous Amendments), 117; Social Fund Maternity and Funeral Expenses (General) Amendment, 118; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 8), 118; Social Security (Jobcentre Plus Interviews), 122; Social Security (Notification of Change of Circumstances), 123; Social Fund Cold Weather Payments (General) Amendment, 127; Social Fund Winter Fuel Payment (Amendment), 127; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 9), 143; Social Security Amendment (Capital Disregards) (No. 2), 154; Income Support (General) and Jobseeker's Allowance Amendment, 198; Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 6), 204; Income Support (General) (Standard Interest Rate Amendment) (No. 3), 216; Social Security Amendment (Residential Care and Nursing Homes), 234; Social Security Contributions (Decisions and Appeals) (Amendment), 279.

    Regulations: 2002: Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments), 284; Social Fund Maternity and Funeral Expenses (General) Amendment, 316; Income Support (General) (Standard Interest Rate Amendment), 318; Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment), 346; Social Security (Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance) (Amendment), 348; Statutory Maternity Pay (Compensation of Employers) Amendment, 348; Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 2), 356; Income Support (General) (Standard Interest Rate Amendment) (No. 2), 365; Social Security (Claims and Payments) Amendment, 366; Social Security Amendment (Residential Care and Nursing Homes), 376; Social Security (Claims and Payments and Miscellaneous Amendments), 388; Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit (Child Care Charges), 401; Social Fund Maternity and Funeral Expenses (General) Amendment (No. 2), 401; Social Security (Guardian's Allowances) Amendment, 401; Social Security (Loss of Benefit) Amendment, 401; Social Security (Loss of Benefit) (Consequential Amendments), 401; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 2), 401; Social Security (Incapacity) (Miscellaneous Amendments),411; Social Security Contributions (Intermediaries) (Amendment), 421; Social Security (Disability Living Allowance) (Amendment), 421; Social Security (Work-focused Interviews for Lone Parents) Amendment, 421; Social Security Benefits Up-rating, 425; Social Security (Hospital In-Patients) Amendment, 425; Social Security Benefit (Computation of Earnings) (Child Care Charges), 446; Social Security (Miscellaneous Amendments), 447; Social Security (Claims and Information) (Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit), 511; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 3), 559; Tax Credits (Prescribed Period of Awards), 559; Income Support (General) and Jobseeker's Allowance Amendment, 589; Social Security (Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance) (Amendment) (No. 2), 590; Social Security Amendment (Students and Income-related Benefits), 626; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 4), 651; Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Prescribed Diseases) Amendment, 669; Social Security (Jobcentre Plus Interviews), 669; Jobseeker's Allowance (Joint Claims) (Amendment), 674; Social Security (Claims and Payments) Amendment (No. 2), 736; Social Security Amendment (Carer Premium), 737; Social Security Amendment (Personal Allowances for Children and Young Persons), 737; Social Security Amendment (Students and Income-related Benefits) (No. 2), 739; Social Security (Incapacity) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2), 741; Social Security Amendment (Employment Programme), 741; Housing Benefit (General) Amendment, 741; Social Fund (Miscellaneous Amendments), 741; Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 3), 742; Social Security (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2), 742; Income-related Benefits and Jobseeker's Allowance (Working Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit) (Amendment), 747; Social Security (Claims and Payments and Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2), 747; Social Security Amendment (Personal Injury Payments), 747; Social Security Amendment (Carer's Allowance), 747; Social Fund Cold Weather Payments (General) Amendment, 748; Social Security (Claims and Payments and Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 3), 772, Social Security (Paternity and Adoption) Amendment, 798, Social Security, Statutory Maternity Pay and Statutory Sick Pay (Miscellaneous Amendments), 798.

    Report by the Government Actuary on the drafts of the Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 2002 and the Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds Payments) Order 2002, 343.

    Reports by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on the Social Fund: for 2000–01, 109; for 2001–02, 723.

    Report of the Secretary of State on the standards of decision making in the Benefits Agency, Child Support Agency and Employment Service for 2000–01, 712.

    Scheme: 2002: Workmen's Compensation (Supplementation) (Amendment), 433.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01, Department of Social Security, 332.

Social Security (Northern Ireland):

    Regulations: 2001: Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 6) (Northern Ireland), 19; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 7) (Northern Ireland), 82; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 8) (Northern Ireland), 118; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 9) (Northern Ireland), 143.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Tax Credits (Decisions and Appeals) (Northern Ireland) (Amendment), 450.

    Regulations: 2002: Tax Credits (Claims and Payments and Miscellaneous Amendments) (Northern Ireland), 401; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Northern Ireland), 401; Social Security Contributions (Intermediaries) (Northern Ireland) (Amendment), 422; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 2) (Northern Ireland), 559; Tax Credits (Prescribed Period of Awards) (Northern Ireland), 559; Tax Credits (Miscellaneous Amendments No. 3) (Northern Ireland), 651.

Social Security Administration:

    Account of Securities held for the National Insurance Fund as at 31st March 2001, 302.

    Accounts: 2000–01: Social Fund, 456; National Insurance Fund, 723.

    Draft Order: 2002: Social Security Administration Act 1992 (Amendment), 379.

    Report by the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council reviewing the prescription of conditions due to chemical agents in accordance with Section 171 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992, 361.

    Report by the Social Security Advisory Committee and statement by the Secretaries of State for Work and Pensions and Education and Skills on the draft Social Security (Literacy etc. Skills Training Pilot) Regulations 2001 in accordance with Section 174 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992, 62.

    Report by the Social Security Advisory Committee and statement by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on the Social Security (Disability Living Allowance) (Amendment) Regulations 2002 in accordance with Section 174 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992, 422.

Social Security Administration (Northern Ireland):

    Account: 1999–2000: Northern Ireland National Insurance Fund, 563.

Social Security Fraud:

    Code of Practice on Obtaining Information, issued by the Secretary of State under section 3(1) of the Social Security Fraud Act 2001, 321; Version Two, 524.

Social Services (Training):

    Account: 2000–01: Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work, 292.

Social Welfare:

    Regulations: 2001: Children's Homes, 263.

Special Procedure Orders:

    Report by the Chairman of Committees in the House of Lords and the Chairman of Ways and Means in the House of Commons, under Section 3 of the Statutory Orders (Special Procedure) Act 1945, that no Petition has been presented against the South West Water Limited Ilsham Pumping Station Compulsory Purchase Order 2000, 531.

Sport:

    Report and Summary Accounts: 2000–01: UK Sport, 258.

    Report and Summary Accounts: 2001–02: UK Sport, 764.

Sports Councils:

    Consolidated Accounts: 2000–01: English Sports Council and English Sports Council Group, 372.

    Consolidated Accounts: 2001–02: English Sports Council and English Sports Council Group, 734.

    Financial Statements: 2000–01: United Kingdom Sports Council, 192.

    Financial Statements: 2001–02: United Kingdom Sports Council, 733.

Sports Grounds and Sporting Events:

    Draft Order: 2001: Football (Disorder) (Duration of Powers), 19.

    Orders: 2001: Football Spectators (Seating), 40; Safety of Sports Grounds (Designation), 40.

    Orders: 2002: Football Spectators (World Cup Control Period), 466; Football Spectators (World Cup Control Period) (No. 2), 511; Football Spectators (Seating), 674; Safety of Sports Grounds (Designation), 674.

Statistics of Trade:

    Regulations: 2001: Statistics of Trade (Customs and Excise) (Amendment), 253.

    Regulations: 2002: Statistics of Trade (Customs and Excise) (Amendment), 747.

Statutory Instruments:

    Report to the Lord Chancellor and the Speaker from the Statutory Instruments Reference Committee in respect of references concerning the classification, printing and sale of the Invergarry–Kyle of Lochalsh Trunk Road (A87) Extension (Skye Bridge Crossing) Special Road Scheme 1992, the Invergarry–Kyle of Lochalsh Trunk Road Scheme (A87) Extension (Skye Bridge Crossing) Special Road (Side Roads) Order 1992, and the Invergarry–Kyle of Lochalsh Trunk Road Scheme (A87) Extension (Skye Bridge Crossing) Toll Order 1992, 245.

Statutory Instruments (Notification):

    Communications declaring that the undermentioned Statutory Instrument had come into operation before copies were laid before Parliament, and explaining why such copies had not been so laid before the Instrument came into operation:– Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 4) Regulations 2001, 24; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot and Mouth Disease) (No. 7) (Amendment) Regulations 2001, 24; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot and Mouth Disease) (No. 7) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2001, 24; Liberia (United Nations Sanctions) (Overseas Territories) (No. 2) Order 2001, 24; Prison and Young Offenders Centre (Amendment) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2001, 28; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Control of Vaccination) (England) Regulations 2001, 67; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Export of Vehicles) (Disinfection of Tyres) (Amendment) (No. 7) Regulations 2001, 128; Fossil Fuel Levy (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2001, 128; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 9) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2001, 128; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) Order 2001, 128; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) (No. 2) Order 2001, 129; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government) Order 2001, 129; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government) (No. 2) Order 2001, 129; Terrorism (United Nations Measure) Order 2001, 129; Terrorism (United Nations Measure) (Channel Islands) Order 2001, 129; Terrorism (United Nations Measure) (Isle of Man) Order 2001, 129; Terrorism (United Nations Measure) (Overseas Territories) Order 2001, 129; Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specified Organisations) Order 2001, 143; Railway Administration Order Rules 2001, 204; Peak District National Park Authority (Restriction of Agricultural Operations) Order 2001, 269; Registered Designs (Fees) (Amendment) Rules 2001, 269; Firemen's Pension Scheme (Pension Sharing) Order 2001, 293; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 14) Regulations 2001, 293; Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Marking of Meat, Meat Preparations and Meat Products) Regulations 2002, 339; Import and Export Restrictions (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) (No. 3) Regulations 2002, 339; Peak District National Park Authority (Restriction of Agricultural Operations) Order 2002, 350; National Health Service Pension Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2002, 520; General Medical Council (Constitution of Interim Orders Committee) Rules Order of Council 2000, 569; General Medical Council (Fitness to Practice Committees) Rules Order of Council 2000, 569; General Medical Council (Interim Orders Committee) (Procedure) Rules Order of Council 2000, 569; General Medical Council (Interim Orders Committee) (Transitional Provisions) Rules Order of Council 2000, 569; General Medical Council (the Professional Conduct Committee, the General Health Committee and the Committee on Professional Performance) (Amendment) Rules Order of Council 2000, 569; General Medical Council (Voluntary Erasure and Restoration) Regulations Order of Council 2000, 569; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Modification) Order 2002, 768; Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) Order 2002, 768.

Stem Cell Research:

    Government Response to the Report of the House of Lords Select Committee on Stem Cell Research, 663.

Summer Time:

    Order: 2002: Summer Time, 365.

Superannuation:

    Schemes: 2001: Civil Service Additional Voluntary Contribution Scheme (Amendment), 104; Civil Service Compensation Scheme (Amendment), 104; Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (Amendment), 104; Civil Service Additional Voluntary Contribution, 119.

    Schemes: 2002: Civil Service Additional Voluntary Contribution Scheme (Amendment), 718; Civil Service Compensation Scheme (Amendment), 718; Civil Service Compensation Scheme (Amendment No. 2), 718; Civil Service Injury Benefits Scheme, 718; Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (Amendment) (Addition of New Section), 718; Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (Amendment No. 2), 718.

Supply Estimates, 2000–01:

    Statement of the sums required to be granted to make good the excesses on certain grants for 2000–01, 381.

Supply Estimates, 2001–02:

    Corrections to the Main Estimates for 2001–02 for the Lord Chancellor's Departments, 233.

    Summer Supplementary Estimates and Summary Supplementary Request for Supply for 2001–02 for Central Government, 38.

    Summer Supplementary Estimates for 2001–02 for: British Trade International, 38; Cabinet Office, 38; Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 38; Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 38; Food Standards Agency, 38; Home Office, 38; Intervention Board Executive Agency, 38; Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, 38; Department of Trade and Industry: UKAEA, 39; Forestry Commission, 87.

    Revised Summer Supplementary Estimates for 2001–02 for the Home Office, 138.

    Winter Supplementary Estimates and Summary Supplementary Request for Supply for 2001–02 for Central Government, 243.

    Winter Supplementary Estimates for 2001–02 for:– British Trade International, 232; Cabinet Office, 232; Charity Commission, 232; Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 232; Department for Education and Skills, 232; Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 232; Department of Health, 232; Department of Trade and Industry, 232; Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions, 232; Department for Work and Pensions, 232; Export Credits Guarantee Department, 232; Food Standards Agency, 232; HM Customs and Excise, 232; HM Treasury, 233; Home Office, 233; House of Commons—Members' Salaries, 233; House of Lords, 233; Inland Revenue, 233; Intervention Board—Executive Agency, 233; Lord Chancellor's Departments, 233; Ministry of Defence, 233; Office of Fair Trading, 233; Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, 233; Office for National Statistics, 233; Office of Telecommunications, 233; Security and Intelligence Agencies, 233; Wales Office (Office of the Secretary of State for Wales), 233; Department for International Development, 235; Law Officers' Departments, 235; Postal Services Commission, 235; Scotland Office, 239.

    Spring Supplementary Estimates and Summary Supplementary Request for Supply for Central Government for 2001–02, 376.

    Spring Supplementary Estimates for 2001–02 for:– British Trade International, 364; Cabinet Office, 364; Charity Commission 364; Department of Health, 364; Department of Trade and Industry, 364; Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions, 364; Forestry Commission, 364; HM Customs and Excise, 364; HM Treasury, 364; Home Office, 364; House of Lords, 364; National Health Service Pension Scheme, 364; National Investment and Loans Office,364; National Savings, 364; Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, 364; Office for National Statistics, 364; Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England, 364; Wales Office (Office of the Secretary of State for Wales), 364; Department for Work and Pensions, 364; Security and Intelligence Agencies, 364; Department for Education and Skills, 367; Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 372; Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 372; Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions, 372; Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 372; Law Officers' Department, 372; Lord Chancellor's Departments, 372; Ministry of Defence, 372; Office of Fair Trading, 372; Department for International Development, 376; Northern Ireland Office, 376; Postal Services Commission, 376; Privy Council Office, 376.

Supply Estimates, 2002–03:

    Estimates for which a Vote on Account is required for 2002–03 for:– Central Government, 232; Electoral Commission, 232; House of Commons, 232; National Audit Office, 249.

    Main Supply Estimates and Summary Request for Supply for Central Government for 2002–03, 543.

    Main Supply Estimates for 2002–03 for:– the Electoral Commission, 543; House of Commons Administration, 543; the National Audit Office, 543.

    Supplementary Budgetary Information to the Supply Estimates for 2002–03 for Central Government, 548.

Supreme Court of England and Wales:

    Draft Order: 2002: Maximum Number of Judges, 748.

    Orders: 2001: Civil Procedure (Modification of Enactments), 113; Civil Courts (Amendment), 279.

    Orders: 2002: Supreme Court Fees (Amendment), 346; Civil Procedure (Modification of Enactments), 381.

    Draft Rules: 2002: Court of Appeal (Appeals from Pathogens Access Appeal Commission), 600.

    Rules: 2001: Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 4), 114; Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 6), 271; Crown Court (Amendment) (No. 3), 276; Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 5), 283.

    Rules: 2002: Court of Appeal (Appeals from Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission), 418; Crown Court (Special Measures Directions and Directions Prohibiting Cross-examination), 648; Civil Procedure (Amendment), 737.

Supreme Court (Northern Ireland):

    Land Purchase Accounts of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Northern Ireland: for 1999–2000, 367; for 2000–01, 563.

    Rules: Northern Ireland: 2001: Crown Court (Amendment), 30; Supreme Court (Amendment), 37.

    Rules of the Supreme Court (Northern Ireland) 2002: (Amendment), 316; (Amendment No. 2), 589.

Syria:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Syrian Arab Republic concerning Air Services, 746.

Tax Credits:

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Child Tax Credit, 674; Tax Credits (Definition and Calculation of Income), 674; Tax Credits (Income Thresholds and Determination of Rates), 674; Working Tax Credit (Entitlement and Maximum Rate), 674.

    Regulations: 2002: Tax Credits (Claims and Notifications), 736; Tax Credits (Payments by the Board), 739; Working Tax Credit (Payment by Employers), 739.

Taxes:

    Order: 2002: Relief for Community Amateur Sports Clubs (Designation), 735.

    Regulations: 2001: Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (Tradepoint) (Amendment), 23; Overseas Insurers (Tax Representatives) (Amendment); 113; Personal Portfolio Bonds (Tax) (Amendment), 113; Variation of Stamp Duties, 224; Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (UK Depositary Interests in Foreign Securities) (Amendment), 227; Stamp Duty (Disadvantaged Areas), 232; Tonnage Tax (Training Requirement) (Amendment), 276.

    Regulations: 2002: Overseas Insurers (Tax Representatives) (Amendment), 381; Life Assurance and Other Policies (Keeping of Information and Duties of Insurers) (Amendment), 381; Personal Portfolio Bonds (Tax) (Amendment), 384; Tax Credit (New Category of Child Care Provider), 590; European Single Currency (Taxes) (Amendment), 735; Stamp Duty and Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (Extension of Exceptions relating to Recognised Exchanges), 735; Tonnage Tax (Training Requirement) (Amendment), 740.

Teachers' Pension Scheme:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Teachers' Pension Scheme, 332.

Teaching and Higher Education:

    Accounts of the General Teaching Council for England: 1st September 2000 to 31st March 2001, 83; 2001–02, 718.

Telecommunications:

    Office of Telecommunications Minute concerning proposed contingent liabilities in respect of a commercial loan to cover start-up costs of a telecommunications industry ombudsman scheme company, 381.

    Orders: 2001: Public Telecommunication System Designation (FirstMark Carrier Services (UK) Limited), 93; Public Telecommunication System Designation (GTS Network (Ireland) Ltd), 93; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Nextlink UK Limited), 93; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Broadnet UK Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Carrier 1 UK Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Energis Local Access Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Fibreway Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Isle of Wight Cable and Telephone Company Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (ntl Group Ltd), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Universal Access UK Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Verizon Global Solutions U.K. Limited), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Williams Communications UK Limited), 99; Telecommunication Meters (Approval Fees) (BABT) (Amendment), 99; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Alpha Telecom Communications Limited), 249; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Eigernet Limited), 249; Public Telecommunication System Designation (LETel Limited), 249; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Midlands Electricity PLC), 249; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Sprintlink UK Limited), 249; Public Telecommunication System Designation (SSE Telecommunications Limited), 249.

    Orders: 2002: Public Telecommunication System Designation (France Telecom Network Services-UK Ltd), 366; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Telekom Malaysia (UK) Limited), 366; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Eurocall Limited), 470; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Fibernet UK Limited), 470; Public Telecommunication System Designation (AT&T Global Network Services (UK) B.V.), 568; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Companhia Portuguesa Radio Marconi SA), 606; Public Telecommunication System Designation (T-Systems Limited), 606; Public Telecommunication System Designation (United Networks Limited), 606; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Severn Trent Retail Services Limited), 728; Public Telecommunication System Designation (Tweedwind Limited) Order 2002, 728; Public Telecommunication System Designation (VTL (UK) Limited), 728, Public Telecommunication System Designation (Econet Satellite Services Limited), 775, Public Telecommunication System Designation (Gamma Telecommunications Limited) 775.

    Licences granted under section 7 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to:– FirstMark Carrier Services (UK) Limited, 95; GTS Network (Ireland) Limited, 95; Nextlink UK Limited, 95; Broadnet UK Limited, 104; Carrier 1 UK Limited, 104; Energis Local Access Limited, 104; Fibreway Limited, 104; Isle of Wight Cable and Telephone Company Limited, 104; ntl Group Limited, 104; Universal Access UK Limited, 104; Verizon Global Solutions UK Limited, 104; Williams Communications UK Limited, 104; Alpha Telecom Communications Limited, 249; Eigernet Limited, 249; LETel Limited, 249; Midlands Electricity PLC, 249; Sprintlink UK Limited, 249; SSE Telecommunications Limited, 249; France Telecom Network Services-UK Ltd, 367; Telekom Malaysia (UK) Limited, 367; Eurocall Limited, 469; Fibernet UK Limited, 470; AT&T Global Network Services (UK) B.V., 569; Companhia Portuguesa Radio Marconi SA, 607; T-Systems Limited, 607; United Networks Limited, 607; Severn Trent Retail Services Limited, 730; Tweedwind Limited, 730; VTL (UK) Limited, 730, Econet Satellite Services Limited, 775, Gamma Telecommunications Limited, 775.

    Regulations: 2001: Telecommunications (Licence Modifications) (Amendment), 75.

    Report: 2000: Director General of Telecommunications, 71.

    Report: 2001: Director General of Telecommunications, 584.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of Telecommunications, 263.

Telegraphs:

    Regulations: 2001: Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment), 23; Wireless Telegraphy (Broadband Fixed Wireless Access Licences), 121.

    Regulations: 2002: Wireless Telegraphy (Television Licence Fees) (Amendment), 408; Wireless Telegraphy (Exemption) (Amendment), 612; Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges), 663; Wireless Telegraphy (Public Fixed Wireless Access Licences), 716.

Terms and Conditions of Employment:

    Orders: 2002: Employment Rights (Increase of Limits), 284; Redundancy Payments (Continuity of Employment in Local Government, etc.) (Modification) (Amendment), 401; Recognition and Derecognition Ballots (Qualified Persons) Order 2000 (Amendment), 740.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment) (No. 2), 43; withdrawn, 76; re-laid, 58; Maternity and Parental Leave (Amendment), 136.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment), 636; Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment), 674; Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment), 674; Maternity and Parental Leave (Amendment), 771; Paternity and Adoption Leave, 771; Statutory Paternity Pay and Statutory Adoption Pay (Weekly Rates), 771.

    Regulations: 2001: Right to Time Off for Study or Training, 114; Working Time (Amendment), 122.

Territorial Waters:

    Order: 2002: National Heritage (Territorial Waters Adjacent to England), 742.

Terrorism:

    Draft Order: 2001: Terrorism Act 2000 (Enforcement of External Orders), 191.

    Draft Orders: 2002: Terrorism Act 2000 (Continuance of Part VII), 330; Terrorism Act 2000 (Cessation of Effect of section 76), 644.

    Report of the Independent Assessor of Military Complaints Procedures in Northern Ireland for 2001, 620.

    Report on the Operation in 2001 of Part VII of the Terrorism Act 2000, 332.

Town and Country Planning:

    Order: 2001: Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England), 114.

    Orders: 2002: Planning and Compensation Act 1991 (Amendment of Schedule 18) (England), 330; Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (Amendment) (England), 447.

    Draft Regulations: 2001: Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications) (Amendment) (England), 37; withdrawn, 44; re-laid, 43.

    Draft Regulations: 2002: Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications) (Amendment) (England), 352.

    Regulations: 2002: Town and Country Planning (Costs of Inquiries etc.) (Standard Daily Amount) (England), 401, Town and Country Planning (Enforcement) (Written Representations Procedure) (England), 798, Town and Country Planning (Enforcement Notices and Appeals) (England), 798.

Tractors:

    Regulations: 2002: Agricultural or Forestry Tractors and Tractor Components (Type Approval) (Amendment), 716.

Trade and Industry:

    Combined Resource Account: 2000–01: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Superannuation Schemes, 312.

    Consolidated Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Department of Trade and Industry, 312.

    Departmental Minutes concerning:– a proposed contingent liability to cover the civil liabilities incurred by the Postal Services Commissioners in relation to their functions as Commissioners, 105; withdrawn 129; re-laid, 129; a proposed contingent liability in respect of an indemnity to be granted to British Nuclear Insurers, 592; a proposed contingent liability to be undertaken to indemnify Bechtel Group in respect of any legal claims arising out of its assessment of legacy nuclear liabilities, 620; a proposed contingent liability consequent upon indemnification for Regional Committee members of the Consumer Council for Postal Services (Postwatch), 768.

    Government Response to the 3rd Report from the Trade and Industry Committee, Session 2001–02, on Manufacturing Strategy, 723.

    Papers: Productivity and Enterprise: Insolvency–A Second Chance, 111; Productivity and Enterprise: A World Class Competition Regime, 111.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Employment Tribunals Service, 105.

Trade and Industry Executive Agencies:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Small Business Service, 67.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Small Business Service, 702.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Insolvency Service, 76; Radiocommunications Agency, 76; National Weights and Measures Laboratory, 95.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Employment Tribunals Service, 686; Insolvency Service, 702; National Weights and Measures Laboratory, 703; Radiocommunications Agency, 713.

Trade Marks:

    Order: 2002: Trade Marks (International Registration) (Amendment), 418.

    Rules: 2001: Trade Marks (Amendment), 243.

Trade Unions:

    Order: 2002: Trade Union Ballots and Elections (Independent Scrutineer Qualifications) Order 1993 (Amendment), 740.

Trade Union and Labour Relations:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, the Certification Officer and the Central Arbitration Committee, 71.

    Accounts: 2001–02: Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, the Certification Officer and the Central Arbitration Committee, 718.

    Reports: 2000–01: Certification Officer, 87; Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS), 105.

    Reports: 2001–02: Certification Officer, 698; Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, 730.

Training and Enterprise Councils:

    Accounts: 1999–2000: Training and Enterprise Councils and Chambers of Commerce, Training and Enterprise in England, 437.

Transfer of Functions (Ministry of Pensions):

    Report on War Pensions for 2000–01, 105.

Transport:

    Department for Transport Minutes concerning:– a contingent liability consequent upon interest rate hedge guarantees given to London and Continental Railways Limited, 612; a proposed non-statutory contingent liability to be undertaken in support of Network Rail Limited, 645; a proposed statutory contingent liability to be undertaken in support of Network Rail Limited, 645.

    Order: 2001: Railway Pensions (Designation, Substitution and Miscellaneous Provisions), 23.

    Orders: 2002: Merseyrail Electrics Network, 728, Railways (Heathrow Express) (Exemptions) (Amendment), 799.

    Paper: Development of a Rural Road Hierarchy for Speed Management: Progress Report October 2001, 228.

    Regulations: 2002: Railways (Interoperability) (High-Speed), 514; Service Subsidy Agreements (Tendering) (England), 737.

    Report of the Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee for 2000, 109.

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: British Waterways, 83.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: British Waterways, 680.

    Rules: 2001: Transport Tribunal (Amendment), 283.

    Rules: 2002: Transport Tribunal (Amendment), 408.

    Statement of Guarantee given by HM Treasury on 26th March 2002 in respect of temporary borrowing by the British Waterways Board from National Westminster Bank plc, 444.

Transport Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Maritime & Coast Guard Agency, 718; Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, 723; Vehicle Certification Agency, 730.

Transport (Scotland):

    Draft Order: 2001: Transport (Scotland) Act 2001 (Conditions attached to PSV Operator's Licence and Competition Test for Exercise of Bus Functions), 46.

Transport, Local Government and the Regions:

    Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions Minutes:– concerning a contingent liability entered into by the Chief Executive of the Housing Corporation by an undertaking to guarantee an increased overdraft in favour of West Hampstead Housing Association, 23; concerning a contingent liability in respect of General Lighthouse Fund Pensions, 224; supplementing existing contingent liabilities undertaken, and concerning proposed contingent liabilities consequent upon franchise agreements between franchisees and the Strategic Rail Authority, 343; supplementing existing contingent liabilities undertaken, and concerning proposed contingent liabilities, consequent upon franchise agreements between the Strategic Rail Authority and M40 Trains Ltd in respect of Chiltern Railways, 350; concerning a proposed contingent liability in respect of the issue of letters in support of Public Private Partnership contracts for the London Underground, 434; concerning a proposed contingent liability in respect of a Government guarantee in respect of Railtrack plc (in administration), 452; concerning a proposed contingent liability in respect of the associate members of the Strategic Partnering Taskforce, 452.

    Government Response to the 6th Report of the Environment, Transport and the Regions Committee, Session 2000–01, on Rail Investment: Renewal, Maintenance and Development of the National Rail Network, 129.

    Government Response to the following Reports from the Transport, Local Government and the Regions Committee, Session 2001–02:– 1st, on Passenger Rail Franchising and the Future of Railway Infrastructure, 430; 6th, on Empty Homes, 538; 2nd, on London Underground, and 7th, on London Underground—The Public Private Partnership: Follow Up, 538; 8th, on the 10 Year Plan for Transport, 718; 9th, on Road Traffic Speed, 746, 10th, on Ordnance Survey, 806, 13th, on The Planning Green Paper, 806, 15th, on the Draft Local Government Bill, 806, 16th, on Tall Buildings, 807; 19th, on the New Towns: their Problems and Future, 819.

    Government Response to the 10th Report from the Trade and Industry Committee, Session 2000–01, on Mobile Phone Masts, 87.

    Government Response to the 11th Report from the Transport, Local Government and Regional Affairs Committee, Session 2001–02, on Air Transport Industry, 790.

    Papers: Strong Local Leadership—Quality Public Services, 258; Major Infrastructure Projects: Delivering a Fundamental Change, 272.

Transport, Local Government and the Regions Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 2000–01: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, 105; Maritime and Coast Guard Agency, 105; Planning Inspectorate Executive Agency, 105; Vehicle Certification Agency, 105; Highways Agency, 332.

Transport and Works:

    Rules: 2002: Transport and Works (Applications and Objections Procedure) (England and Wales) (Amendment), 735.

Treasure:

    Draft Order: 2002: Treasure (Designation), 655.

    Revised Treasure Act 1996 Code of Practice (England and Wales), 655.

Treasury:

    Papers: The National Asset Register, 105; Realising Europe's Potential: Economic Reform in Europe, 380; Audit and Accountability in Central Government: the Government's Response to Lord Sharman's Report “Holding to Account”, 415; Responding to the Challenges of Globalisation—The UK and the IMF 2001, 456.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: HM Treasury, 332.

    Treasury Minutes:– directing a raising of the limit on the amount of the Bank of England's fiduciary note issue, 146; concerning contingent liabilities undertaken, and a proposed contingent liability, in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, 228; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken, and a proposed contingent liability, in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, 339; relating to the dissolution and reconfiguration of certain NHS Trusts and the remission of outstanding public dividend capital, 401; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, 437; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken, in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, 452; concerning a proposed contingent liability to cover the actions of a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service in his role as the new Adjudicator for National Savings and Investments, 452; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, and reporting on liabilities incurred since the Minute dated 10th April 2002, 620; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, and reporting on liabilities incurred since the Minute dated 13th April 2002, 645; concerning an extension to contingent liabilities undertaken in respect of the provision of third party (war and terrorism) insurance cover to UK operating airlines and the UK airline industry, and reporting on liabilities incurred since the Minute dated 1st August 2002, 745.

Treasury Executive Agencies:

    Product Accounts of National Savings for 2000–01, 441.

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: National Savings, 87; Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency, 95; Property Advisers to the Civil Estate, 95; Debt Management Office, 95; Office for National Statistics, 160.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Debt Management Office, 723.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: National Savings and Investments, 718.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: National Savings, 146; Office for National Statistics, 332.

Treasury Solicitor:

    Accounts: 2000–01: Treasury Solicitor's Department, 326.

    Crown's Nominee Accounts: 2000–01, 41; 2001–02, 652.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: HM Procurator and Treasury Solicitor's Office, 332.

Treasury Solicitor's Executive Agencies:

    Report and Accounts: 1998–99: The Government Property Lawyers, 165.

    Report and Accounts: 1999–2000: The Government Property Lawyers, 165.

Treaty Series:

    2001:

    28. Agreement between the UK and the Government of Canada regarding the Sharing of Forfeited or Confiscated Assets or their Equivalent Funds, 18.

    29. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Luxembourg extending the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters 1959 to the Isle of Man, 24.

    30. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Hellenic Republic of Greece extending the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters 1959 to the Isle of Man, 24.

    31. International Convention with related Protocol for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas, 30.

    32. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Malaysia amending the Air Services Agreement done at London on 24th May 1973, 39.

    33. Framework Agreement between the French Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of Sweden, and the UK concerning Measures to Facilitate the Restructuring and Operation of the European Defence Industry, 40.

    34. New Annex V to the Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic, 1992, on the Protection and Conservation of the Ecosystems and Biological Diversity of the Maritime Area, and a related Appendix 3, 71.

    35. Protocol relating to the International Commission on Civil Status, and Additional Protocol to the Protocol relating to the International Commission on Civil Status, 71.

    36. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China for the Avoidance of Double Taxation on Revenues arising from the Business of Shipping Transport, 110.

    37. Convention concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour (ILO 182), 111.

    38. Framework Agreement for Trade and Cooperation between the European Community and its Member States, on the one hand, and the Republic of Korea on the other hand, with Minutes of the Signing and Joint Declaration, 111.

    39. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Spain extending the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters to the Isle of Man, 111.

    40. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Kenya concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Kenya Debt Agreement No. 2 (2001)), 111.

    41. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of New Zealand further amending the Agreement concerning Air Services done at London on 4th October 1982, 111.

    42. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Paraguay amending the Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments which was signed at London on 4th June 1981, 112.

    43. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of Norway amending the Agreement relating to the Amendment of the Agreement of 10th May 1976 relating to the Exploitation of the Frigg Field Reservoir and the Transmission of Gas therefrom to the United Kingdom, 112.

    44. First Supplementary List of Ratifications, Accessions, Withdrawals, etc., for 2001, 120.

    45. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Paraguay concerning Mutual Assistance in Relation to Drug Trafficking, 120.

    46. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands concerning the Status of Personnel seconded to the European Drugs Unit in the Hague, and Exchange of Notes extending the Agreement for an indefinite period, 126.

    47. Exchange of Notes between the between the UK and the Government of the French Republic extending the European Convention on Extradition of 13th December 1957 to Certain French Territories, 126.

    48. European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, 130.

    49. Amendments to the Convention and Operating Agreement on the International Mobile Satellite Organization, 146.

    50. Convention concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment (ILO 138), 146.

    51. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Niger concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Niger Debt Agreement No. 9 (1996)), 152.

    52. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia concerning Certain Commercial Debts, 165.

    53. Convention concerning Discrimination in respect of Employment and Occupation (ILO 111), 165.

    54. Third Amendment of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund, 182.

    55. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Pakistan Debt Agreement No. 2 (2001)), 182.

    56. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Ecuador concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Ecuador Debt Agreement No. 7 (2000)), 272.

    57. International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings, 282.

    58. Second Supplementary List of Ratifications, Accessions, Withdrawals, Etc., for 2001, 538.

    59. Third Supplementary List of Ratifications, Accessions, Withdrawals, etc., for 2001, 734.

    60. Fourth Supplementary List of Ratifications, Accessions, Withdrawals, etc., for 2001, 768.

    2002:

    1. Europe Agreement establishing an Association between the European Communities and their Member States, acting within the Framework of the European Union, of the one part, and the Republic of Slovenia, of the other part, with Final Act, 298.

    2. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Federative Republic of Brazil extending the Extradition Treaty signed at London on 18th July 1995 to the Isle of Man, 303.

    3. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Lebanese Republic for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 312.

    4. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan concerning Air Services, 326.

    5. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Indonesia Debt Agreement No. 3 (2000)), 326.

    6. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan concerning the United Kingdom/Jordan Retrospective Terms Agreement 1994, 356.

    7. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of The Gabonese Republic concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Gabon Debt Agreement No. 6 (2000)), 357.

    8. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the United States of America amending the Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters done at Washington on 6th January 1994, 364.

    9. Amendment to the Agreement on the Conservation of Bats in Europe signed at London on 4th December 1991, 364.

    10. Exchange of Letters between the UK and the Government of the French Republic concerning Nuclear Cooperation, 376.

    11. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on the Status and Operations of the British Council in Vietnam, 415.

    12. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of Swaziland extending the Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments done at London on 5th May 1995 to the Isle of Man and the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey, 415.

    13. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands extending the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters 1959 to the Isle of Man, 439.

    14. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Russian Federation on Provision by the United Kingdom of Assistance for the Implementation of the Convention on the Prohibition of Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction in the Russian Federation, 450.

    15. Exchange of Notes extending the Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the Promotion and Protection of Investments signed at London on 23rd November 1995 to the Isle of Man and the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey, 452.

    16. Exchange of Notes extending the Agreement between the UK and the Government of Uzbekistan for the Promotion and Protection of Investments done at London on 24th November 1993 to the Isle of Man and the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey, 452.

    17. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 452.

    18. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China concerning Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters, 512.

    19. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Nicaragua for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 538.

    20. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Korea amending the Air Services Agreement done at Seoul on 5th March 1984, 548.

    21. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of Norway relating to the Amendment of the Agreement of 10th May 1976 relating to the Exploitation of the Frigg Field Reservoir and the Transmission of Gas therefrom to the United Kingdom, 563.

    22. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Japan concerning the Supply of Logistic Support to the United Kingdom Armed Forces, 572.

    23. Agreement between the UK and the Federative Republic of Brazil on the Transfer of Prisoners, 585.

    24. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Bolivia Debt Agreement No. 8 (2001)), 585.

    25. Treaty between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Honduras concerning the Delimitation of the Maritime Areas between the Cayman Islands and the Republic of Honduras, 589.

    26. Exchange of Letters between the UK and the European Commission concerning the Termination of the Privileges granted to the Joint European Torus (JET) Joint Undertaking, 589.

    27. Treaty on Open Skies, 600.

    28. International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, 636.

    29. European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage (revised), 688.

    30. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Tanzania Debt Agreement No. 6 (2000)), 703.

    31. Agreement between the UK and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on the Privileges and Immunities of the OPCW, 703.

    32. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Uganda concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Uganda Debt Agreement No. 8 (2000)), 733.

    33. Additional Protocol to the Sangatte Protocol between the UK and the Government of the French Republic on the Establishment of Bureaux responsible for Controls on Persons travelling by train between the United Kingdom and France, with Exchange of Letters, 733.

    34. Agreement on Customs Union and Co-operation between the European Economic Community and the Republic of San Marino, and Protocol to the Agreement consequent upon the Accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the European Union with Final Act, 733.

    35. Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, 733.

    36. Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, adopted at the Ninth Meeting of the Parties held at Montreal (1997), 734.

    37. Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, adopted at the Eleventh Meeting of the Parties held in Beijing (1999), 734.

    38. Exchange of Notes between the Government of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia further amending the Agreement concerning Air Services done at Jakarta on 28th June 1973, 734.

    39. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Austria Extending the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters 1959 to the Isle of Man, 734.

    40. Convention on the Accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the Convention on the Law applicable to Contractual Obligations, opened for Signature in Rome on 19th June 1980, and to the First and Second Protocols, on its interpretation by the Court of Justice, 745.

    41. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of Sierra Leone concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Sierra Leone Debt Agreement No. 8 (2001)), 745.

    42. Agreement between the UK and the European Southern Observatory concerning the Accession to the Convention establishing a European Organization for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere and Related Terms and Conditions, 746.

    43. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Republic of Macedonia concerning Certain Commercial Debts (The United Kingdom/Macedonia Debt Agreement No. 1 (1995) Amendment), 754.

    44. Agreement between the European Community and its Member States and the Swiss Confederation on the Free Movement of Persons, 790.

    45. Exchange of Notes between the UK and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands extending the European Convention on Extradition of 13th December 1957 to the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, 798.

    46. Convention between the UK and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with respect to Taxes on Income and on Capital Gains, 812.

Tribunals and Inquiries:

    Report: 2000–01: Council on Tribunals, 204.

    Rules: 2002: Town and Country Planning (Major Infrastructure Project Inquiries Procedure) (England), 550, Town and Country Planning (Enforcement) (Determination by Inspectors) (Inquiries Procedure) (England), 799, Town and Country Planning (Enforcement) (Hearings Procedure) (England), 799, Town and Country Planning (Enforcement) (Inquiries Procedure) (England), 799.

Trustees:

    Regulations: 2001: Public Trustee (Notices Affecting Land) (Title on Death) (Amendment), 249.

United Arab Emirates:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the United Arab Emirates concerning Air Services, 746.

United Nations:

    Orders: 2001: Liberia (United Nations Sanctions) (Overseas Territories) (No. 2), 21; Afghanistan (United Nations Sanctions) (Amendment), 105; Afghanistan (United Nations Sanctions) (Overseas Territories) (Amendment), 105; Afghanistan (United Nations Sanctions) (Channel Islands) (Amendment), 105; Afghanistan (United Nations Sanctions) (Isle of Man) (Amendment), 105; United Nations (International Tribunal) (Former Yugoslavia) (Amendment), 105; Terrorism (United Nations Measures), 127; Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Channel Islands), 127; Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Isle of Man), 127; Terrorism (United Nations Measures) (Overseas Territories), 127; High Court of Judiciary (Proceedings in the Netherlands) (United Nations) (Variation), 263; United Nations (International Tribunal) (Rwanda) (Amendment), 263.

    Orders: 2002: Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures), 316; Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures) (Overseas Territories), 316; Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures) (Amendment), 357; Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures) (Overseas Territories) (Amendment), 357; Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures) (Channel Islands), 357; Al-Qa'ida and Taliban (United Nations Measures) (Isle of Man), 357; Somalia (United Nations Sanctions) (Channel Islands), 768; Somalia (United Nations Sanctions) (Isle of Man), 768; Somalia (United Nations Sanctions), 768; Somalia (United Nations Sanctions) (Overseas Territories), 768.

Universities of Oxford and Cambridge:

    Statutes: Cambridge: Darwin College, 748; University, 224, 591.

    Statutes: Oxford: Christ Church, 20, 335; Oriel College, 20; 204; New College, 366; St Hilda's College, 380; University, 418, 591.

Unsolicited Goods and Services:

    Order: 2001: Unsolicited Goods and Services Act 1971 (Electronic Communications), 114.

Utilities:

    Draft Social and Environmental Guidance to the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority, 624.

    Report and Financial Statements: 2001–02: Gas and Electricity Supply Authority, 686.

    Report and Summarised Accounts of the Gas and Electricity Consumer Council (Energywatch) for the seventeen months to 31st March 2002, 760.

    Accounts of the Gas and Electricity Consumer Council (Energywatch) for the seventeen months to 31st March 2002, 775.

Value Added Tax:

    Orders: 2001: Value Added Tax (Conversion of Buildings), 27; Value Added Tax (Refund of Tax to Museums and Galleries), 115; Value Added Tax (Refund of Tax), 143; Value Added Tax (Cars) (Amendment), 216; Value Added Tax (Special Provisions) (Amendment), 216; Value Added Tax (Amendment) (No. 3), 239.

    Orders: 2002: Value Added Tax (Equipment in Lifeboats), 384; Value Added Tax (Health and Welfare), 433; Value Added Tax (Buildings and Land), 466; Value Added Tax (Consideration for Fuel Provided for Private Use), 466; Value Added Tax (Construction of Buildings), 466; Value Added Tax (Increase of Registration Limits), 466; Value Added Tax (Reduced Rate), 466; Value Added Tax (Transport), 514; Value Added Tax (Special Provisions) (Amendment), 543; Value Added Tax (Cars) (Amendment), 591; Value Added Tax (Special Provisions) (Amendment) (No. 2), 591; Value Added Tax (Acquisitions) Relief, 735.

    Regulations: 2002: Value Added Tax (Amendment), 466; Value Added Tax (Amendment) (No. 2), 511.

    Rules: 2001: Value Added Tax Tribunals (Amendment), 118.

Venezuela:

    2002:

    1. Agreement between the UK and the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons, 745.

Veterinary Surgeons:

    Draft Order: 2002: Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 (Schedule 3 Amendment), 436.

    Order: 2002: Veterinary Surgery (Rectal Ultrasound Scanning of Bovines), 749.

Wales:

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Wales Office (Office of the Secretary of State for Wales), 228.

Water:

    Regulations: 2001: Water Supply (Water Quality) (Amendment), 116.

    Reports by the Chief Inspector, Drinking Water Inspectorate, for 2001 on: Drinking Water, 680; Drinking Water for Wales, 680.

    Resource Accounts: 2000–01: Office of Water Services, 210.

Water (Wales):

    Regulations: 2001: Water Supply (Water Quality), 253.

Water Industry:

    Report of the Director General of Water Services for 2001–02, 580.

    Special Procedure Order: South West Water Limited Ilsham Valley Pumping Station, Compulsory Purchase Order 2000, 455.

Water Resources:

    Regulations: 2001: Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England), 180.

Wildlife and Countryside:

    Report and Accounts: 1999–2000: Countryside Agency, 28.

    Account: 2001–02: Countryside Agency, 730.

    Report and Accounts: 2001–02: Countryside Agency, 775.

Work and Pensions:

    Reports by the Department for Work and Pensions on Opportunity for All: for 2001, 120; for 2002, 734.

    Government Response to the 3rd Report from the Procedure Committee, Session 2000–01, on Section 82 of the Welfare Reform and Pensions Act 1999, 105.

    Government Response to the 3rd Report from the Social Security Committee, Session 2000–01, on the Report on the Social Fund, 109.

    Government Response to the following Reports from the Work and Pensions Committee, Session 2001–02: 1st, on One Pilots: Lessons for Jobcentre Plus, 563; 3rd, on the Government's Employment Strategy, 746.

Work and Pensions Executive Agencies:

    Reports and Accounts: 2000–01: Appeals Service, 105; Benefits Agency, 105; Child Support Agency, 105; Employment Service, 105; War Pensions Agency, 105.

    Reports and Accounts: 2001–02: Appeals Service, 723; Benefits Agency, 723; Child Support Agency, 723; Employment Service, 723.

Young Offender Institutions:

    Rules: 2002: Young Offender Institution (Amendment), 738.