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European Scrutiny - Thirty-Ninth Report

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 23 October 2002.


CONTENTS

REPORT

Documents for debate

1.    DEFRA    (23653) Sustainable use of pesticides

2.    HMT      (23669) Sound financial management and fighting fraud

 

Documents not cleared

3.    HO        (23001) (23414) (23601) (23623) (23722) (23731) (23808)Racism and xenophobia

4.    HO        (23392) (23677) Mutual recognition of financial penalties

5.    HO        (23616) Protocol amending the Europol Convention

6.    HO        (23635) Execution of confiscation orders

7.    HO        (23760) Europol and the fight against terrorism

8.    HO        (23762) Expulsion by air: transit assistance

 

Documents cleared

9.    C&E      (22537) Co-operation and mutual assistance on VAT

10.  DEFRA    (22673) Control and prevention of zoonoses

11.  DEFRA    (23711) Environmental agreements at Community level

12.  DEFRA    (23807) Controls on movements of sheep and goats

13.  DEFRA    (23820) Convention on international trade in endangered species (CITES)

14.  DFID      (23801) EC development policy

15.  DFT      (23626) Speed limitation devices

16.  FCO      (23295) (23755) Annual policy strategy for 2003

17.  FCO      (23806) Monitoring the application of Community law (2001)

18.  HO        (23817) Europol and joint investigation teams

 

19.  Documents not raising questions of sufficient legal or political importance to warrant a substantive report to the House

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE

THE COMMITTEE'S STANDING ORDER AND MEMBERSHIP AND THE SCRUTINY RESERVE RESOLUTION

 


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