House of Lords Journal 231 (Session 1997-98)

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Gaming Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 25; 10 July, 156; 14 Oct, 233, 237; 4 Mar, 624; 20 Apr, 746; 8 July, 954; 5 Oct, 1085.

Gaming (Bingo) Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Mar, 624; 5 Oct, 1085.

Garel-Jones, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 27 Oct, 274.

Garston and others (Respondents) v. Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance Society (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 July, 1015.

Gas:

—Papers (by command): 29 Apr, 770.

Gas Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 240; 20 May, 823; 22 July, 1015.

Gas Levy Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Feb, 496.

Geenty (Respondent) v. Channel Four Television Company (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Feb, 520; report, 25 Mar, 698.

General Lighthouse Authorities (Beacons: Maritime Differential Correction Systems) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Oct, 281; report, 4 Nov, 301; after debate, approved, 18 Nov, 344.

General of Berne Insurance Company (Petitioners) v. Jardine Reinsurance Management Limited (formerly Jardine Thompson Graham (Underwriting Management) Limited) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Mar, 654; report, 16 July, 991.

Geneva Conventions (Amendment) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 19 May, 38; report from DPDC, 9 June, 73; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 15 July, 164; order of commitment discharged, 29 July, 212; 3a; passed; sent HC, 14 Oct, 242.

Georgiou (A.P.) and another (trading as Marios Chippery) (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Reports: 19 May, 37; 9 Oct, 228.

Gerald R Smith & Partners and others (Respondents) v. Wylie (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 31 July, 220.

Gerber Garment Technology Inc (Petitioners) v. Lectra Systems Limited and others (Respondents):

—Reports: 9 June, 71; 15 July, 163; 24 July, 201.

Gibraltar:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 26 Nov, 370;

—Papers (by command): 9 June, 72;

—Public petition to amend the European Parliamentary Elections Bill was presented and ordered to lie on the Table, 24 June, 904.

Gilbert, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 21 May, 46.

Girobank plc (Transfer) Bill [H.L.]:

—See

Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) Bill [H.L.]

Girvan (Respondent) v. Inverness Farmers' Dairy and another (Appellants):

—Judgment, 13 Nov, 333.

Glanusk, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 10 Dec, 398.

Glasgow City Council and others (Respondents) v. Marshall and others (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 7 May, 786; report, 29 June, 915; appeal presented, 6 July, 940; extension of time, 7 Oct, 1100.

Glencore Grain Rotterdam BV (formerly Richo Rotterdam BV) (Respondents) v. Lebanese Organisation for International Commerce (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 223; report, 18 Dec, 418.

Gloucester, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 22 Apr, 753.

Goodhart, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 12 Nov, 328.

Gordon of Strathblane:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 28 Oct, 281.

Goudie, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 27 July, 1038.

Government:

—Papers (by command): 30 July, 1064.

Government Agencies:

—Papers (by command): 12 Mar, 659.

Government Annuities Act 1929:

—Papers (per Act): 3 June, 57; 25 Mar, 698.

Government of Wales Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Oct, 1086.

Government of Wales Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 27 Mar, 706; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 21 Apr, 751; marshalling order, 29 Apr, 771; report from DPDC, 6 May, 783; CWH, amendments made, 11 May, 792; 2 June, 842; 3 June, 847; 9 June, 863; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 15 June, 874; marshalling order, 24 June, 904; report received; amendments made, 1 July, 928; further considered on report; amendments made, 9 July, 958, 959; Queen's consent; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 15 July, 983; from HC with one amendment agreed to with an amendment; with certain amendments disagreed to with reasons; remaining amendments agreed to, 23 July, 1030; HC reasons and amendments considered; certain HL amendments not insisted on; HC amendment to HL amendment agreed to; motion not to insist on remaining HL amendments and propose amendment in lieu withdrawn; HL amendment not insisted upon, 29 July, 1060; RA, 31 July, 1068.

Government Trading Funds Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 7 July, 143; 10 July, 155; 15 July, 163; 16 July, 167; 17 July, 171; 21 July, 179; 24 July, 201; 29 July, 211; 30 June, 919; 14 July, 977; 15 July, 982; 16 July, 993; 20 July, 1001; 21 July, 1008-9; 23 July, 1029; 24 July, 1035; 28 July, 1049.

Governor and Company of the Bank of Scotland (Respondents) v. Brunswick Developments (1987) Limited and another (Appellants):

—Appeal presented, 22 July, 186; security for costs waived, 30 July, 215; extensions of time, 7 Oct, 226; 17 Nov, 338; 13 Jan, 430; 23 Feb, 542; 7 Apr, 735; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 20 May, 822.

Graham (Respondent) v. Graham (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Mar, 665; report, 7 Apr, 736.

Grandparents:

—Unstarred question, 24 Mar, 693.

Greater London Authority (Referendum Arrangements) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution; report, 10 Mar, 642, 643; after debate, approved, 12 Mar, 660.

Greater London Authority (Referendum) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 27 Nov, 374; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 15 Dec, 407; report from DPDC, 17 Dec, 415; marshalling order, 18 Dec, 420; CWH, amendment made; reported with an amendment, 13 Jan, 432; report received; amendments made, 29 Jan, 481; 3a; passed; returned HC with amendments, 5 Feb, 501; from HC with amendments disagreed to with reasons; 12 Feb, 524; HC reasons considered; HL amendments not insisted on, 19 Feb, 539; RA, 23 Feb, 542.

Greater London Authority (Referendum) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Feb, 543; report, 24 Feb, 548; after debate, approved, 3 Mar, 621; second draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Mar, 635; first draft withdrawn, 10 Mar, 642.

Greenalls Management Limited (Respondents) v. Canavan (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Apr, 720; report, 29 June, 915.

Greenwich:

—Paper (by command): 21 Apr, 750.

Greenwich Hospital Act 1865:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Mar, 629.

Gregory (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Portsmouth City Council (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 30 Mar, 709; reports: 22 June, 893; 6 July, 941; appeal presented, 14 July, 977; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Oct, 1100.

Gretton, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 23 July, 1028.

Grey of Codnor, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 11 Nov, 1219.

Gridley, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 19 May, 36.

Grovit (Appellant) and others v. Doctor and others (Respondents):

—Petition of second respondent referred to Appeal Committee, 16 July, 166; report, 24 July, 201; petition for review of determination of costs referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 225; report, 16 Oct, 254.

Guaranteed Minimum Pensions Increase Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Feb, 501; report, 10 Feb, 517; approved en bloc, 23 Feb, 544.

Guardsmen Fisher and Wright:

—Motion for resolution that an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty seeking Prerogative of Mercy; after debate, agreed to; ordered that Address be presented to HM by Lords with White Staves, 20 July, 1002;

—Unstarred question, 23 June, 897.

Guinan (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Enfield (Respondents):

—Report, 9 June, 71.

Gulf War illnesses:

—Unstarred question, 2 Feb, 489.

Haden-Guest, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 21 July, 178.

Haemophiliacs with Hepatitis C:

—Unstarred question, 5 June, 855.

Hailsham Cattle Market Bill [H.L.]:

—Revival motion; message to HC, 19 May, 38; bill deposited (pursuant to resolution); 1a pro forma, 21 May, 47; motion for 2a, amendment moved; after debate, amendment withdrawn; original motion agreed to; referred to Examiners; two motions for instruction to Select Committee agreed to, 25 July, 204; Examiner's certificate; committed to Select Committee, 31 July, 221; bill withdrawn, 14 Oct, 242.

Halifax Mortgage Services Limited (Formerly BNP Mortgages Limited) (Respondents) v. Muirhead and Muirhead (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 2 Feb, 487; report, 30 Mar, 709.

Hall (Respondent) v. T Clarke plc (Petitioners):

—Report, 10 June, 76.

HALO Trust:

—Paper (by command): 9 Mar, 635.

Hamlyn, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 11 Mar, 653.

Hammond (Petitioner) v. Secretary of State for the Environment and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 3 June, 54; reports: 30 July, 215; 21 Oct, 262; 14 May, 803.

Hamptons Residential Limited (Respondents) v. Field (on his own behalf and on behalf of the members of syndicates numbered 113, 204, 210, 235, 279, 316, 322, 365, 456, 490, 650, 657, 702, 818, 821, 839, 989, 1048, 1069, 1095 and 1127 at Lloyds) and 24 others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 June, 892; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Hanningfield, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 13 Oct, 1117.

Hardie, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 21 May, 46.

Hardinge of Penshurst, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 27 Oct, 274.

Hardy of Wath, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 15 Oct, 249.

Harries (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Barclays Bank plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 24 Nov, 358; reports: 16 July, 991; 23 July, 1027; appeal presented, 5 Oct, 1080; extension of time, 16 Nov, 1233.

Harris of Haringey, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 26 Oct, 1155.

Harrods Limited (Petitioners) v. Harrodian School Limited (Respondents):

—Report, 17 July, 170.

Harrods Limited (Petitioners) v. Harrods (Buenos Aires) Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 29 June, 914; report, 27 July, 1039.

Hartle (Respondent) v. Messrs Laceys (a firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition withdrawn, 15 July, 982.

Haskins, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 26 Oct, 1155.

Hattersley, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 24 Nov, 358.

Hayter (Respondent) v. Long and another (Petitioners):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Oct, 1083.

Health:

—Papers (by command): 9 June, 72; 3 July, 137; 4 Nov, 300; 9 Dec, 393; 29 Jan, 480; 5 Feb, 501; 14 May, 804; 14 Oct, 1123.

Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 July, 958; withdrawn; second draft laid, 23 July, 1028, 1029; approved, 6 Nov, 1202.

Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 16 June, 91; 28 July, 207; 14 Oct, 236, 28 Oct, 281; 11 Nov, 321; 13 Nov, 334; 26 Nov, 369; 1 Dec, 379; 9 Mar, 635; 8 June, 858; 1 July, 928; 5 Oct, 1088; 12 Oct, 1111; 26 Oct, 1157; 27 Oct, 1161.

Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 10 Nov, 316; 22 Jan, 463.

Health and Social Services and Social Security Adjudications Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Feb, 496.

Health Service Commissioners Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 18 June, 101; 3 Dec, 386; 24 June, 904.

Health Service Help Lines:

—Unstarred question, 3 Nov, 1186.

Heavily Indebted Poor Countries:

—Unstarred question, 1 July, 928.

Hegab (Petitioner) v. Shamash (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 15 June, 873.

Henderson (Petitioner) v. Wakefield Shirt Company Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 224; report, 9 Dec, 392.

Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) v. Blake (Petitioner) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Oct, 1143.

Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) v. Landau (Petitioner):

—Report, 9 June, 71.

Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) v. Prankerd (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 15 Dec, 405, 406.

Her Majesty's Attorney General (Respondent) v. Tejendrasingh (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 13 July, 965, 966.

Hereditary Peerage (Election):

—Motion that an Humble address be presented to HM; motion agreed to; ordered that the Address be presented to HM by Lords with White Staves, 5 Oct, 1089; HM's Answer, 14 Oct, 1123.

Hereditary Peerage (Election) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 14 Oct, 1124; report from DPDC, 28 Oct, 1165.

Hewitt and others (Petitioners) v. Roche Products Ltd (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 30 July, 215.

Higgins, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 3 Nov, 295.

Hillsborough Stadium Disaster:

—Papers (by command): 18 Feb, 535.

Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Act 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 211; 13 Nov, 334; 30 Mar, 710.

Hives, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 3 Mar, 620.

Hobhouse of Woodborough, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 7 Oct, 1099.

Hoechst Celanese Corporation and others (Respondents) v. BP Chemicals Limited and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 30 July, 1063; petition withdrawn, 26 Oct, 1156.

Hogg of Cumbernauld, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 14 Oct, 231.

Holland (Petitioner) v. Lampen-Wolfe (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Oct, 1082.

Holland (Respondent) v. Eagle Star Group Services Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Apr, 745; report, 8 June, 858.

Hollis (Respondent) v. Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Dec, 398; report, 23 Feb, 543.

Homeless Persons (Priority Need) (Scotland) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 31 July, 220; report, 28 Oct, 282; approved, 15 Dec, 407.

Homeless, The: Health Care

—Unstarred question, 21 July, 179.

Homelessness (Decisions on Referrals) Order 1998

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 May, 804; report, 2 June, 842; approved, 19 June, 890.

Homelessness (Decisions on Referrals) (Scotland) Order 1998

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 May, 804; report, 2 June, 842; approved, 19 June, 890.

Hong Kong

—Papers (by command): 30 July, 216; 20 Jan, 455; 21 July, 1008; 3 Sept, 1071; 6 Nov, 1202.

—Unstarred question, 12 June, 88.

Hong Kong Act 1985

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 27; 3 June, 56; 30 June, 125.

Hong Kong (Overseas Public Servants) Act 1996

—Papers (per Act): 5 May, 780.

Hotel accommodation: VAT

—Unstarred question, 12 Nov, 1226.

Hotham, Barony of

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 16 Feb, 528; report from Lord Chancellor, 3 Mar, 620.

House of Commons

—Speaker:

Direction to HC to chose, 7 May, 1; The Rt Hon. Betty Boothroyd, Speaker-Elect, presented and approved, 8 May, 14.

House of Commons Members' Fund Act 1939

—Papers (per Act): 19 May, 37; 22 July, 188; 30 Apr, 775.

House of Lords Annual Report and Accounts:

See next entry

House of Lords' Offices Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named, 5 June, 66; Lords substituted, 21 Jan, 459; 6 Oct, 1093.

—Report and Accounts agreed to, 30 July, 217; printed, 14 Oct, 242; 1065.

—Reports:

1st (Appointment of Sub-Committees), 17 June, 96; agreed to, 24 June, 114;

2nd (Sub-Committee membership; House of Lords Annual Report Accounts; The Lord Chancellor's Residence; Mobile telephones and pagers; Staff pay; Lords' Reimbursement Allowance), 22 July, 188; after debate, agreed to, 30 July, 217;

3rd (Sub-Committee membership; Seating in the Chamber; Use of Stationery; Palace of Westminster fire compartmentation; Mail Service), 9 Dec, 394; after debate, agreed to, 17 Dec, 415;

4th (Filming and Broadcasting in the House; Message Handling; Access to the Terrace; MEP's access to the Peers' Guest Room; Works of Art Collection Fund; Salaries of the Chairman and Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees; Staff of the House), 1 Apr, 721; after debate, agreed to, 8 Apr, 740;

5th (Millennium Exhibition; Filming and Broadcasting in the House; History of Parliament Trust), 20 May, 823; after debate, agreed to, 15 June, 874;

6th (Sub-Committee membership; House of Lords Annual Report and Accounts; Old Palace Yard; Seating in the Chamber; Staff Pay; Lords' Reimbursement Allowances), 13 July, 967; moved that report be agreed to; amendment moved; after debate, amendment agreed to; original motion, as amended, agreed to, 22 July, 1016;

7th (Old Palace Yard), 3 Nov, 1186; motion for approval; amendment moved; after debate, withdrawn; second amendment moved; disagreed to on division; original motion agreed to, 18 Nov, 1249.

House of Lords reform:

—Motion to take note, 14 Oct, 1124; after further debate, agreed to, 15 Oct, 1128.

Houses in Multiple Occupation (Charges for Registration Schemes) Regulations 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 June, 893; report, 30 June, 920; approved, 16 July, 993.

Housing:

—Papers (by command): 16 Feb, 528; 23 Feb, 543; 19 Oct, 1131.

—Unstarred question, 28 July, 208.

Housing Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 713.

Housing Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 234; 29 Oct, 286; 5 Nov, 301; 30 July, 1064.

Housing Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 1 July, 129; 7 July, 142; 21 July, 179; 22 July, 187; 24 July, 202; 29 July, 211; 14 Oct, 236; 6 Nov, 311; 13 Feb, 526; 20 Apr, 746; 7 July, 947; 21 July, 1008; 22 July, 1015; 24 July, 1035; 27 July, 1040; 29 July, 1059; 3 Sept, 1075.

Housing Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 216; 14 Oct, 235, 236; 3 Sept, 1074.

Housing Associations Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 3 July, 137; 18 July, 175; 13 July, 967; 23 July, 1029.

Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 365; 23 Mar, 687.

Housing in England:

—Unstarred question, 26 Oct, 1158.

Housing in town and country:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 11 Feb, 521.

Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996:

—Draft withdrawn, 21 May, 46.

Housing (Scotland) Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Jan, 477; 21 May, 827.

Housing (Scotland) Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 July, 159; 30 July, 217; 14 Oct, 236; 20 July, 1002; 22 July, 1016.

Hovercraft (Application of Enactments) (Amendment) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Mar, 669; report, 24 Mar, 693; after debate, approved en bloc, 6 Apr, 731.

Hovercraft (Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims) (Amendment) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Mar, 642; report, 24 Mar, 693; after debate, approved en bloc, 6 Apr, 731.

Howell of Guildford, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 18 June, 100.

Hoyle, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 15 May, 30.

Hughes and others (Appellants) v. Hannover Ruckversicherungs-Aktiengesellschaft (Respondents):

—Reports: 19 May, 37; 3 June, 55; appeal presented, 16 June, 91.

Hughes of Woodside, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 15 Oct, 249.

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Nov, 300; 13 Jan, 431; 13 July, 967; 17 July, 997.

Human Organ Transplants Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 29 June, 916.

Human Rights:

—Papers (by command): 26 June, 122; 27 Oct, 275; 12 Oct, 1110.

—Unstarred question, 17 Mar, 669.

Human Rights Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 1229.

Human Rights Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 23 Oct, 271; Queen's consent; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH; 3 Nov, 296; report from DPDC, 5 Nov, 307; CWH, amendment made, 18 Nov, 344; CWH, amendments made, 24 Nov, 360, 361; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 27 Nov, 374; report received; amendments made, 19 Jan, 449; after debate, further considered on report; amendments made, 29 Jan, 481; 3a, amendments and a privilege amendment made; after debate, passed; sent HC, 5 Feb, 502; from HC agreed to with amendments and a privilege amendment, 22 Oct, 1148; report from DPDC, 28 Oct, 1165; HC amendments considered; certain HC amendments agreed to; amendment to HC amendment withdrawn; remaining amendments and privilege amendment agreed to, 29 Oct, 1174; RA, 9 Nov, 1206.

Humber Bridge (Debts) Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 1058.

Humberclyde Finance Group Limited (Respondents) v. Mirza and another (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 223; report, 18 Dec, 419.

Hunt of Kings Heath, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 5 Nov, 306.

Hunt of Wirral, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 30 Oct, 291.

Hunter (Respondent) v. Skingley (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 14 July, 158; reports: 24 Nov, 359; 15 Jan, 445.

Hurd of Westwell, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 25 June, 117.

Hurst (Petitioner) v. Bryk and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Oct, 1110; petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; reports: 1 Dec, 378; 26 Jan, 466.

Hutchison Reid (A.P.) (Respondent) v. Secretary of State for Scotland (Appellant) and another:

—Appeal presented, 20 Nov, 354; legal aid certificate, 11 Dec, 402; extensions of time: 12 Jan, 423; 25 Feb, 550; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 31 Mar, 713.

Hybrid Instruments:

—See

London Docklands Development Corporation (Transfer of Functions) Order 1998;

Urban Development Corporations in England (Area and Constitution) Order 1998.

Hybrid Instruments Committee:

—Appointed, Lords named, 11 June, 82.

IM Properties plc (Petitioners) v. Cape & Dalgleish (a firm) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 June, 892; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Iberotravel Limited (Respondents) v. Pallas Leasing (Number 32) Limited (formerly Copymore (OA) Rentals Limited) (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 July, 170; reports: 18 Dec, 419; 5 Feb, 500; 10 Feb, 516.

Immigration:

—Papers (by command): 3 June, 56; 14 Oct, 232; 27 July, 1039; 3 Sept, 1071.

Immigration Act 1971:

—Papers (by command): 11 May, 791; 7 Oct, 1100;

—Papers (per Act): 5 June, 65; 10 June, 77; 30 July, 216; 14 Oct, 237.

Immigration (Carriers' Liability) Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Jan, 445; 8 Apr, 740; 7 Oct, 1100.

Imperial College Bill:

—Message re revival from HC, 17 June, 95; motion re revival; message to HC; from HC; 1a pro forma; referred to Examiners, 19 June, 106, 107; Examiner's certificate, 24 June, 113; 2a; committed to UBC, 1 July, 129; Queen's consent; reported from UBC without amendment, 9 July, 152; 3a; passed, 14 July, 160; RA, 15 July, 164.

Import of Live Fish (England and Wales) Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Oct, 1088.

In re Abdulla (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 19 May, 36; report, 23 Oct, 271.

In re Allison (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Nov, 1178; legal aid certificate, 5 Nov, 1200.

In re Allison (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (Second petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Nov, 1178; legal aid certificate, 5 Nov, 1200.

In re Anthony (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Report, 28 July, 207.

In re B (a minor)

—Report, 23 July, 195.

In re B (a minor) (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 1 June, 834; reports: 27 July, 1039; 8 Oct, 1106; appeal presented, 21 Oct, 1143.

In re Barone (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Nov, 358; report, 25 Mar, 698.

In re Bekar (Petitioner) (application for writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Nov, 328; report, 25 Feb, 551.

In re Croft (Petitioner)

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Jan, 458; report, 9 Mar, 634.

In re Cuoghi (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 223; report, 18 Dec, 419; petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 July, 934; report, 26 Oct, 1157.

In re Debs (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division)

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 12 May, 795; report, 26 Oct, 1157.

In re Dell'Aglio (Petitioner) (Application for writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 14 May, 23; report, 28 July, 207.

In re Dunlayici (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Report, 10 June, 77.

In re Ellis (A.P.) (Appellant) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 3 June, 846; legal aid certificate, 29 June, 914; reports: 16 July, 991; 30 July, 1063; appeal presented, 28 Oct, 1165.

In re F (a minor) (1998) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 7 May, 786.

In re Gilligan (Appellant) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 21 May, 826; reports: 16 July, 991; 30 July, 1063; appeal presented, 7 Oct, 1099.

In re H (a minor):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 8 July, 146, 147.

In re Hatton (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Nov, 1178; legal aid certificate, 5 Nov, 1200.

In re Hill (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Report, 3 July, 136.

In re Ismail (Appellant) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division)

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 15 July, 162; reports: 18 Dec, 418; 14 Jan, 441; appeal presented, 16 Mar, 665; set down for hearing and referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 770; judgment, 29 July, 1057.

In re J (a minor) (Respondent)

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Nov, 358; legal aid certificate, 20 Jan, 455; reports: 25 Feb, 551; 24 Mar, 693; appeal presented, 7 Apr, 735; extensions of time: 3 June, 847; 9 June, 862; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 23 June, 896.

In re Johnson (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Report, 9 June, 71.

In re Kern (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Report, 28 July, 207.

In re Kiriakos (A.P.) (Appellant) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus)

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 11 June, 81; reports: 23 Oct, 271; 13 Nov, 334; appeal presented, 9 Feb, 510; legal aid certificate, 13 May, 800.

In re L (1998)

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Nov, 1205.

In re L (by his next friend DF) (Respondent)

—Appeal presented, 23 Feb, 542; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Mar, 665; report, 30 Apr, 774; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 12 May, 795; GE substituted as next friend of L in place of DF, 18 May, 811.

For further proceedings see next entry

In re L (by his next friend GE) (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 20 May, 822; report, 21 May, 827; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 1 June, 835; report, 2 June, 841; judgment; legal aid certificate, 25 June, 910.

For earlier proceedings see previous entry

In re Launder (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Mar, 634; report, 6 Apr, 730.

In re Levin (A.P.) (Application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Judgment, 19 June, 105; legal aid certificate, 6 Nov, 311.

In re McMahon (A.P.) (Respondent) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 225; legal aid certificate, 14 Oct, 231; report, 9 Dec, 392; petition withdrawn, 13 Jan, 430.

In re Nilsson (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge appeal and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 29 July, 1057; report, 26 Oct, 1157.

In re Peracha (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Oct, 1083; legal aid certificate, 29 Oct, 1173.

In re Pinochet (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Appeal presented, 2 Nov, 1178; petition withdrawn, 16 Nov, 1233.

In re R (a minor) (1998) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 7 May, 786.

In re R (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 20 Jan, 455; report, 25 Feb, 551.

In re Ramda and another (Petitioners) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Oct, 274; petition withdrawn, 22 Jan, 463; order of 22 Jan discharged; petition for leave to appeal presented on 27 Oct restored, 4 Feb, 495; report, 30 Mar, 709.

In re S (a minor):

—Reports: 19 May, 37; 5 June, 65; appeal presented, 11 June, 91; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 June, 87; judgment, 24 July, 200.

In re T (A.P.) (a minor) (1997):

—Appeal presented, 6 Oct, 222; legal aid certificate; 4 Nov, 300; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Nov, 338; judgment, 20 May, 822.

In re Yazici (A.P.) (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Legal aid certificate, 14 May, 23;” report, 28 July, 207.

Inco Europe Limited and others (Petitioners) v. First Choice Distribution (a firm) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Nov, 1200.

Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Jan, 459.

Independent Television Commission Codes:

—Unstarred question, 16 Dec, 412.

India:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Oct, 287.

Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 654.

Industrial Development:

—Papers (by command): 6 July, 941.

Industrial Development Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 217; 30 July, 1065.

Industrial Development (Northern Ireland) Order 1982:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 20 May, 42.

Industrial Organisation and Development Act 1947:

—Papers (per Act): 9 July, 151; 15 Dec, 406; 4 Feb, 496; 19 Mar, 681; 11 June, 870.

Industrial Pollution Control (Northern Ireland) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Oct, 281; after debate, approved en bloc, 20 Nov, 355.

Industrial Training Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 30 June, 126; 28 July, 208; 15 June, 874; 29 June, 916.

Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Jan, 445; report, 20 Jan, 455; approved, 9 Mar, 637.

Industrial Training Levy (Engineering Construction Board) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Jan, 445; report, 20 Jan, 455; approved, 9 Mar, 637.

Industry: Competitiveness:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 18 June, 102.

Information technologies for international development:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 20 May, 823.

Inge, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 22 July, 186.

Ingram and another (Appellants) v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Oct, 281; extensions of time, 9 Dec, 392; 19 Jan, 448; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 Feb, 528.

Injuries in War Compensation (Session 2) Act 1914:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Mar, 643.

Inland Revenue:

—Papers (by command): 29 Oct, 286; 2 Nov, 1179.

Inmarsat:

—Papers (by command): 29 June, 915.

Inoco plc and others (Petitioners) v. Gulf USA Corporation (formerly Gulf Resources and Chemicals Corporation) and others (Respondents):

—Report, 9 June, 71.

Insolvency Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 217; 18 Mar, 677; 16 June, 877.

Insolvency (Northern Ireland) Order 1989:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 1 Dec, 379.

Insolvency Regulations 1994:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 3 June, 57.

Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (Appellants) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Appeal presented; security for costs waived, 22 July, 186; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Oct, 226.

Institute of Legal Executives Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 12 Mar, 659; report, 24 Mar, 693; approved, 7 Apr, 737.

Insurance Companies Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 1 July, 129; 9 Dec, 393; 10 Mar, 642; 27 July, 1040.

Intellectual Property Rights:

—Papers (by command): 30 July, 216.

Intelligence Services:

—Papers (by command): 12 June, 87; 23 July, 1029; 21 Oct, 1143; 28 Oct, 1165.

Inter-Governmental Conference:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 4 June, 62.

Interception of Communications:

—Papers (by command): 12 June, 87; 23 July, 1029.

International art market:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 10 Dec, 399.

International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 21 July, 178.

International Credit & Investment Company Overseas Limited and others (Respondents) v. Adham and others and Djouhri and another (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; 11 Nov, 321; report, 10 Feb, 516.

International criminal court:

—Unstarred question, 9 June, 863.

International Development:

—Motion to take note; after debate, agreed to, 10 Nov, 317;

—Papers (by command): 5 Nov, 306.

International Labour Conference:

—Papers (by command): 14 May, 24; 18 Dec, 419.

Introductions:

—Motion that an Humble address be presented to HM; after debate, motion agreed to; ordered that the Address be presented to HM by Lords with White Staves, 27 Oct, 276; HM's Answer, 17 Nov, 338.

—Motion that a Select Committee be appointed to consider alterations in the ceremony of Introduction and to make recommendations, 2 Dec, 383.

—See also

Ceremony of Introduction Committee;

Lords.

Investment Protection:

—Papers (by command): 18 June, 101; 14 Oct, 232; 12 Nov, 329; 19 Nov, 349; 12 Jan, 424; 11 Feb, 521; 24 July, 1035; 3 Sept, 1071.

Investors Compensation Scheme Limited (Appellants) v. West Bromwich Building Society and others (Respondents):

—Judgment, 19 June, 105.

Iran:

—Unstarred question, 11 Nov, 1220.

Iraq:

—Motion to take note; after debate, agreed to, 17 Feb, 533;

—Unstarred question, 2 Dec, 383.

Ireland, Peerages of:

—See

Hotham, Barony of.

Islam (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 6 Oct, 224; reports: 13 Jan, 431; 26 Jan, 466; appeal presented, 2 Feb, 487; extensions of time: 4 Mar, 624; 27 Apr, 762; petition for appeals to be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 5 May, 779; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 19 May, 814.

Islwyn, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 12 Nov, 328.

Ivory Gate Limited (Respondents) v. Spetale and Freedman (Petitioner) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 1 June, 834; report, 16 July, 991.

J A Chapman & Company Limited (Respondents) v. Chios Breeze Marine Company (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Apr, 745; report, 8 June, 858.

Jacobs, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 11 Nov, 320.

Jameson and another (Respondents) v. Central Electricity Generating Board (Appellants) and others:

—Reports: 10 June, 77; 30 June, 125; appeal presented, 14 July, 158; appeal dismissed; petition for appeal to be restored and extension of time referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 225; order of 6th Oct referring petition to Appeal Committee discharged; petition ordered as prayed, 21 Oct, 261; extension of time, 27 Nov, 373; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 12 Jan, 423.

Janner of Braunstone, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 30 Oct, 291.

Japan:

See

Anglo-Japanese Relations.

Joakim and another (A.P.) (Administrators of the Estate of George Joakim, Deceased) (Petitioners) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificates, 6 Oct, 225; report, 18 Dec, 418.

Jobseekers Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Nov, 316; 26 Jan, 467; 14 July, 977.

Jobseeker's Allowance Amendment (New Deal) Regulations 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 Nov, 1195; report, 10 Nov, 1214; approved, 13 Nov, 1230.

Jobseeker's Allowance (Workskill Courses) Pilot (No. 2) Regulations 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 July, 137; report, 8 July, 147; after debate, approved, 24 July, 202.

Johnson (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Prudential Assurance Company Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Mar, 692; report, 8 June, 858.

Jolley (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Sutton (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 July, 1000; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Jones (on behalf of the Architects Registration Council of the United Kingdom) (Respondent) v. Hellard (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 3 June, 846; report, 27 July, 1039.

Jones (Petitioner) v. Borough of Calderdale (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 11 Nov, 1218.

Jopling, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 17 June, 94.

Journals:

—229th volume, with an index, laid on the table, 9 June, 70;

—230th volume, with an index, laid on the table, 9 Apr, 742.

Jubilee 2000:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 9 July, 152.

Judicature (Northern Ireland) Act 1978:

—Papers (per Act): 4 June, 61; 23 June, 113; 23 June, 109; 17 Nov, 339; 2 Dec, 382; 12 Jan, 425.

Judicial Business:

See

Speakers (Judicial).

Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 14 July, 159; 14 May, 805; 14 Oct, 1123.

Judicial Statistics:

—Papers (by command): 24 July, 201; 8 July, 954.

Justices of the Peace Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Oct, 286; 7 May, 787; 1 June, 835; 10 June, 865; 19 June, 889; 22 July, 1015; 3 Sept, 1076; 28 Oct, 1165; 4 Nov, 1195; 13 Nov, 1229.

Keepers and Governors of the Possessions Revenues and Goods of the Free Grammar School of John Lyon (sued as a body corporate) (Respondents) v. Mayhew (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 July, 195.

Kelley (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Corston (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 15 Oct, 249; reports: 2 Apr, 725; 29 Apr, 770.

Kelly (Appellant) v. Northern Ireland Housing Executive (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 June, 117; reports: 23 Oct, 271; 13 Nov, 334; appeal presented; security costs waived, 25 Nov, 365; petition for appeals to be conjoined; ordered as prayed; 16 Dec, 410; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee; 15 Jan, 444; judgment, 29 July, 1057.

Kelvedon, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 1 July, 128.

Kennedy of The Shaws, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 5 Nov, 306.

Khazanchi and another (A.P.) (Petitioners) v. Faircharm Investments Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificates, 1 June, 834; report, 13 July, 966.

King's College London Bill [H.L.]:

—Message re revival from HC, 17 June, 95; motion re revival; message to HC; bill deposited (pursuant to resolution); 1a; remaining stages pro forma; sent HC, 19 June, 106, 107; from HC agreed to, 29 July, 212; RA, 31 July, 222.

Kleinwort Benson Limited (Appellants) v. Birmingham City Council (Respondents) (On Appeal from the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice):

Kleinwort Benson Limited (Appellants) v. Lincoln City Council (Respondents) (On Appeal from the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice) Kleinwort Benson Limited (Appellants) v. Mayor etc. of the London Borough of Southwark and others (Respondents) (On Appeal from the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice) Kleinwort Benson Limited (Petitioners) v. Mayor etc. of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and others (Respondents) (On Appeal from the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice) (Consolidated appeals)

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 20 May, 41; report from Appeal Committee, 10 Feb, 516; judgment, 29 Oct, 1172-3.

Kleinwort Benson Limited (Respondents) v. City of Glasgow District Council:

—Judgment, 30 Oct, 290.

Knapp and Knapp (A.P.) (Petitioners) v. Ecclesiastical Insurance Group Plc and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificates, 11 Mar, 654; reports: 16 July, 991; 7 Oct, 1100.

Knight of Collingtree, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 4 Nov, 300.

Knives Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 234; 4 Feb, 496.

Kosovo:

—Unstarred question, 12 Oct, 1111.

Krol (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Craig (Respondent):

—Appeal presented; legal aid certificate, 25 Nov, 364; extensions of time: 12 Jan, 423; 24 Feb, 547; 7 Apr, 735; set down for hear═ing and referred to Appellate Committee, 20 May, 822.

Kuwait Airways Corporation and another (Appellants) v. Kuwait Insurance Company S A K and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 June, 109; reports: 10 Nov, 315; 1 Dec, 378; appeal presented, 15 Dec, 405; security for costs waived, 12 Jan, 423; extension of time, 26 Jan, 466; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 9 Feb, 510.

LM Tenancies 1 Plc (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Feb, 555; report, 7 Apr, 736.

Labsystems OY and others (Respondents) v. Biohit Limited and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; 11 Nov, 321; report, 2 Mar, 612.

Laceys Footwear (Wholesale) Limited (Respondents) v. Bowler International Freight Limited (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 19 May, 36; report, 2 Mar, 611.

Lam and others (Petitioners) v. Brennan (trading as Namesakes of Torbay) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 224; report, 13 Jan, 430.

Lamb (Respondent) v. Hamilton (Appellant):

—Petition withdrawn, 9 June, 70.

Laming, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 29 July, 1057.

Lamont of Lerwick, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 19 Oct, 1130.

Land Compensation Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 6 May, 783.

Land Registration:

—Papers (by command): 3 Sept, 1071.

Land Registration Act 1925:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 234; 12 Jan, 425.

Land use in the countryside:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 15 Oct, 249.

Landlord and Tenant Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 216.

Landmines Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 13 July, 967; report from DPDC, 15 July, 983; Queen's consent; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 17 July, 997; CWH; reported without amendment; report received; SO 44 having been suspended, 3a; after debate, passed, 24 July, 1036; RA, 28 July, 1050.

Lang of Monkton, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 28 Oct, 281.

Larkin (Respondent) v. Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal to Appeal Committee, 27 Nov, 373; report, 23 Feb, 542.

Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Oct, 1101; 12 Nov, 1225.

Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 10 Dec, 399; after debate, 2a; committed to GC, 12 Jan, 427; report from DPDC, 14 Jan, 441; GC, amendments made; reported from GC with amendments, 28 Jan, 477; report received; amendments made, 19 Feb, 539; 3a, amendments made; passed; sent HC, 26 Feb, 556; from HC agreed to with amendments, 2 June, 842; HC amendments agreed to, 10 June, 866; RA, 11 June, 870.

Law Commission:

—Papers (by command): 17 June, 94; 22 Oct, 266; 19 May, 815; 3 Sept, 1071.

Law Commission (Scotland):

—Papers (by command): 30 Apr, 774.

Law Commissions Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Oct, 286; 30 Oct, 291; 15 Dec, 406; 2 Mar, 612; 9 Mar, 636; 23 Mar, 687; 25 Mar, 698; 30 Mar, 710; 31 Mar, 713; 19 Oct, 1131; 28 Oct, 1165.

Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc (Petitioners) v. Ural Caspian Oil Corporation Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition withdrawn, 7 Oct, 1099.

Law of the Sea:

—Papers (by command): 14 May, 24; 19 May, 37.

Law Officers Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 10 June, 78; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 16 June, 92; report from DPDC, 18 June, 101; order of commitment discharged, 30 June, 126; 3a; passed; sent HC, 7 July, 143; from HC agreed to, 25 July, 204; RA, 31 July, 222.

Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 21 May, 47; 5 Nov, 306; 27 Nov, 374; 13 Mar, 662; 13 May, 800; 20 Oct, 1136.

Leaded petrol:

—Unstarred question, 12 May, 796.

Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 23 July, 196; 2 Feb, 488; 30 July, 1065.

Leave of Absence:

—Granted:

To 56 Lords, 15 May, 31;

E. Aylesford, 8 Apr, 739;

L. Bolton, 26 Mar, 702;

B. Brooke of Ystradfellte, 9 June, 70;

M. Camden, 30 Mar, 709;

L. Cayzer, 26 Mar, 702;

L. Clitheroe, 30 Mar, 709;

V. Daventry, 11 May, 791;

B. Dudley, 9 June, 70;

E. Harrington, 3 June, 54;

L. Harvey of Tasburgh, 11 May, 791;

L. Henniker, 2 July, 934;

L. Hunt, 22 June, 892;

L. Ingrow, 6 Apr, 729;

L. Milford, 24 June, 113;

L. Moyola, 6 Apr, 729;

L. Newton, 31 Mar, 713;

L. O'Hagan, 28 July, 1048;

L. Poltimore, 26 Mar, 702;

L. Vernon, 17 Nov, 338;

E. Waldegrave, 29 Apr, 770.

—Granted to L. Chancellor: 21 May, 46; 12 June, 87; 23 June, 109; 30 July, 216; 10 Dec, 398; 25 Feb, 550; 27 Mar, 705; 28 Apr, 766; 6 May, 783; 20 May, 822; 10 June, 865; 16 June, 877; 1 July, 927; 30 July, 1063; 22 Oct, 1147; 28 Oct, 1164; 5 Nov, 1200; 10 Nov, 1213; 17 Nov, 1239.

—Terminated:

L. Clitheroe, 9 Nov, 1205;

E. Waldegrave, 16 Nov, 1232.

Legal Advice and Assistance (Scope) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 June, 106; report, 24 June, 113; after debate, approved, 10 July, 156.

Legal Advice and Assistance (Scope) (Amendment) Regulations 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Oct, 1131; report, 27 Oct, 1161; ap═proved, 13 Nov, 1230.

Legal aid:

—Unstarred question, 9 Mar, 637.

Legal Aid Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 24, 25; 10 June, 77; 23 June, 110; 14 Oct, 236, 240; 5 Nov, 301; 11 Mar, 654; 27 Mar, 705; 11 May, 792; 15 July, 983; 5 Oct, 1088, 1089; 6 Nov, 1202.

Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern Ireland) Order 1981:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 3 June, 57; 10 July, 156; 28 July, 207; 12 Mar, 660; 3 June, 847; 16 June, 877; 18 June, 888.

Legal Aid (Scotland) Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 3 July, 137; 16 Mar, 665; 15 July, 983; 3 Sept, 1072.

Legislative drafting:

—Unstarred question, 21 Jan, 459.

Lehman Brothers Holdings plc and others (Petitioners) v. Phillips and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to an Appeal Committee, 27 Jan, 471; report, 9 Mar, 634.

Lestor of Eccles, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 4 June, 61.

Levene of Portsoken, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 22 July, 186.

Lever Park Bill:

—Carry-over motion; message from HC, 17 June, 95; Attorney General's report, 19 June, 107.

Levy, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 29 Oct, 286.

Lewis (of the Vehicle Inspectorate) (Respondent) v. Moss and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Mar, 686; report, 15 June, 873.

Liaison Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named, 10 June, 78; Lords substituted, 21 Jan, 459; 6 Oct, 1093.

—Reports:

1st, 20 Nov, 355; agreed to, 11 Dec, 403;

2nd, 20 July, 1002; agreed to, 29 July, 1059.

Libraries:

—Papers (by command): 24 Nov, 359.

Licensing Act 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Oct, 281; 26 Jan, 467.

Lindisfarne Gospels:

—Unstarred question, 2 Apr, 727.

Link Organisation plc (Petitioners) v. North Derbyshire Tertiary College and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Nov, 1233.

Linklater of Butterstone, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 17 Nov, 338.

Listowel, Earl of (Lord Hare):

—Sat first in Parliament, 5 Oct, 1080.

Lithuania:

—Papers (by command): 3 Sept, 1071.

Living Waters Christian Centres Limited (Petitioners) v. Conwy County Borough Council and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 1 June, 834; report, 30 July, 1063.

Lloyd of Highbury, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 10 June, 76.

Lloyds TSB Bill [H.L.]:

—Revival motion; message to HC, 19 May, 38; bill deposited (pursuant to resolution); 1a; 2a pro forma; referred to the Examiners, 21 May, 47; Examiner's certificate; committed to Select Committee, 12 June, 87; petition withdrawn, 10 Nov, 316; petition withdrawn; order of commitment discharged, committed to UBC, 11 Nov, 322; reported from UBC with amendments, 27 Nov, 374; after debate, 3a; passed; sent HC, 19 Jan, 449; from HC agreed to, 29 July, 1059; RA, 31 July, 1068.

Local Authorities (Goods and Services) Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 28 July, 207; 14 Oct, 237; 17 Feb, 532; 27 Mar, 705; 30 Apr, 774; 30 June, 919.

Local Authorities (Transport Charges) Regulations 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Feb, 510; report, 17 Feb, 533; after debate, approved, 13 Mar, 662.

Local Elections (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Oct, 1131; report, 27 Oct, 1162; approved, 17 Nov, 1241.

Local Government:

—Papers (by command): 3 Dec, 385; 2 Mar, 612; 30 July, 1064; 31 July, 1067; 15 Oct, 1128.

Local Government &c. (Northern Ireland) Order 1972:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 5 June, 66.

Local Government Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 15 July, 163; 9 Mar, 635; 9 July, 958.

Local Government Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 211.

Local Government Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 9 July, 152; 18 July, 175; 11 Mar, 655; 16 July, 993; 21 July, 1008.

Local Government Act 1988 (Competition) (Defined Activities) (Scotland) Amendment Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 July, 143; report, 15 July, 163; after debate, approved, 23 July, 196.

Local Government Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 26; 9 June, 72; 16 June, 91; 16 July, 167; 21 July, 178-9; 14 Oct, 234, 235, 239, 240; 22 Oct, 267; 28 Oct, 281; 3 Nov, 296; 24 Nov, 359-60; 11 Dec, 402; 16 Dec, 410; 3 Feb, 492; 26 Feb, 556; 27 Feb, 608; 11 Mar, 654; 13 Mar, 662; 23 Mar, 687; 14 May, 804; 1 June, 835; 9 June, 862; 11 June, 869; 17 June, 885; 1 July, 928; 8 July, 954; 15 July, 982; 30 July, 1064; 3 Sept, 1072, 1075; 5 Oct, 1085, 1088; 13 Oct, 1117; 26 Oct, 1157, 28 Oct, 1165; 29 Oct, 1174; 17 Nov, 1239.

Local Government Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 25 July, 204; 14 Oct, 234, 236, 237, 230; 22 Oct, 267; 3 Dec, 385; 9 Dec, 393; 12 Jan, 425; 21 Jan, 459; 27 Feb, 608; 4 Mar, 624-5; 9 Mar, 635; 10 Mar, 642; 11 Mar, 655; 6 Apr, 730; 2 June, 841; 17 July, 997; 5 Oct, 1087.

Local Government (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 July, 1008; after debate, approved, 6 Nov, 1202.

Local Government and Housing Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Oct, 249; 12 Jan, 425; 27 Feb, 608; 10 Mar, 642; 11 Mar, 655; 8 Apr, 739; 3 Sept, 1072, 1074.

Local Government and Rating Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Dec, 379.

Local Government (Contracts) Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 393.

Local Government (Contracts) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; report from DPDC, 9 July, 152; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 29 July, 212; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 21 Oct, 262; report received, 28 Oct, 282; 3a; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 4 Nov, 301; from HC with amendments agreed to, 12 Nov, 329; RA, 27 Nov, 374.

Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 27; 25 June, 118; 25 July, 204; 14 Oct, 242; 9 Dec, 393; 12 Jan, 426; 4 Mar, 625; 11 Mar, 654-5; 19 Mar, 681; 9 June, 862; 24 July, 1035.

Local Government (Experimental Arrangements) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 26 Nov, 369; report from DPDC; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 17 Dec, 415, 416; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 27 Jan, 472; report received; amendments made, 12 Feb, 524; 3a; privil═ege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 19 Feb, 539.

Local Government Finance Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 3 June, 57; 14 July, 159; 30 Mar, 710; 29 July, 1059.

Local Government Finance Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Dec, 379; 10 Dec, 399; 18 Dec, 420; 12 Jan, 424; 19 Jan, 449; 26 Jan, 467; 28 Jan, 477; 4 Feb, 496; 27 Feb, 608; 3 Mar, 621; 11 Mar, 654; 19 Mar, 680; 3 June, 847; 26 Oct, 1257; 17 Nov, 1239.

Local Government Finance Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Dec, 389; 14 Jan, 441; 28 Jan, 477; 2 Feb, 488; 9 Feb, 510; 18 Feb, 536; 19 Feb, 538-9; 23 Feb, 544; 11 Mar, 654.

Local Government Finance (Supplementary Credit Approvals) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, report from DPDC, 9 July, 152; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 23 July, 197; CWH; reported without amendment, 14 Oct, 242; report received, 21 Oct, 262; 3a; after debate, passed; 28 Oct, 282; RA, 6 Nov, 311.

Local Government, Planning and Land Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 26, 28; 9 June, 72; 7 July, 143; 10 July, 156; 16 July, 167; 21 July, 178, 179; 23 July, 196; 25 July, 204; 28 July, 207; 24 Nov, 360; 16 Dec, 410; 13 Jan, 431; 27 Jan, 472; 3 Mar, 621; 10 Mar, 642; 19 June, 889; 25 June, 911; 16 July, 992; 17 July, 997; 20 July, 1002; 23 July, 1030; 30 July, 1064; 5 Oct, 1086.

Local Government Residuary Body (England) Order 1995:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 16 Dec, 410.

Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 7 July, 143; 14 July, 159; 14 Oct, 236; 18 Mar, 677; 8 Apr, 740.

Local Government (Scotland) Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Jan, 477.

Local Government (Scotland) Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 25 June, 118.

Local Government (Wales) Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 21 July, 179; 3 Nov, 296; 3 Dec, 386; 9 Dec, 394; 2 July, 934; 5 Oct, 1086, 1087; 26 Oct, 1157.

Local Land Charges Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 11 May, 792.

Lofthouse of Pontefract, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 12 June, 87.

Loftus and others (Respondents) v. Etridge (A.P.) (Petitioner) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 5 Oct, 1082; report, 11 Nov, 1219.

Lome" Convention and the Caribbean:

—Unstarred question, 10 June, 866.

London:

—Papers (by command): 29 July, 211; 25 Mar, 698.

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (Respondents) v. Stamford Asphalt Company Limited (Petitioners) and General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation plc (Respondents) and another:

—Report, 31 July, 220.

London Borough of Hounslow (Petitioners) v. McBride (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Apr, 745; report, 22 June, 893.

London Borough of Southwark (Respondents) and another v. Tanner and others (A.P.) (Appellants):

—Appeal presented; legal aid certificates, 28 Oct, 1164.

London Borough of Wandsworth (Respondents) v. D'Silva and another (Petitioners)

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Jan, 423; report, 23 Feb, 543.

London Docklands Development Corporation Act 1994

—Papers (per Act): 16 Feb, 528.

London Docklands Development Corporation (Transfer of Functions) Order 1998

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Jan, 458; Chairman's report on hybrid═ity, 22 Jan, 463; report, 27 Jan, 472; Chairman's report, 5 Feb, 501; approved, 13 Mar, 662.

London Local Authorities Bill [H.L.]:

—Revival motion; message to HC, 19 May, 38; bill deposited (pursuant to resolution); 1a; 2a pro forma; committed to Select Committee, 21 May, 48; petition withdrawn, 25 Nov, 365; Lords named and to meet, 5 Feb, 501; petitions withdrawn, 9 Feb, 511; 2 Mar, 612; reported from Select Committee with amendments; re-committed to UBC, 5 Mar, 629; Lords named and to meet, 22 Oct, 1148; reported from UBC with amendments, 16 Nov, 1234; carry-over motion; message to HC, 17 Nov, 1240; message of concurrence from HC, 18 Nov, 1249.

London Regional Transport Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 369; 19 Mar, 681.

London Underground Limited (Petitioners) v. Edwards (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 June, 892; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Londonderry procession, 30th January 1972:

—See

Tribunals of Inquiry (Evidence) Act 1921.

Longden (Respondent) v. British Coal Corporation (Appellants):

—Order of referral discharged, 31 July, 220; cause part heard, 6 Oct, 226; cause further and fully heard; consideration adjourned sine die, 7 Oct, 227; judgment, 27 Nov, 372.

Lord Chancellor (Tenure of Office) (Amendment) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 19 Feb, 539; report from DPDC, 25 Feb, 552; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 13 Mar, 662; CWH; reported without amendment, 27 Mar, 706.

Lord Mayor etc. of the City of Westminster (Appellants) v. Castelli (A.P.) (Respondent):

Lord Mayor etc. of the City of Westminster (Appellants) v. Garcia (A.P.) (Respondent) (Consolidated appeals)

—Legal aid certificate; petition withdrawn, 12 June, 87.

Lords:

[Note. An alphabetical list of Lords who took the oath or affirmed will be found on page 1374.]

—Introduced, see

Ahmed, Lord;

Alli, Lord;

Alton of Liverpool, Lord;

Amos, Baroness;

Bach, Lord;

Baker of Dorking, Lord;

Bassam of Brighton, Lord;

Bath and Wells, Bishop;

Bell, Lord;

Biffen, Lord;

Blackwell, Lord;

Bradford, Bishop of;

Bragg, Lord;

Brooke of Alverthorpe, Lord;

Brookman, Lord;

Burlison, Lord;

Burns, Lord;

Buscombe, Baroness;

Butler of Brockwell, Lord;

Christopher, Lord;

Clarke of Hampstead, Lord;

Clement-Jones, Lord;

Cope of Berkeley, Lord;

Cowdrey of Tonbridge, Lord;

Crawley, Baroness;

Davies of Coity, Lord;

Davies of Oldham, Lord;

Dearing, Lord;

Dholakia, Lord;

Dixon, Lord;

Evans of Parkside, Lord;

Evans of Watford, Lord;

Falconer of Thoroton, Lord;

Freeman, Lord;

Fookes, Baroness;

Garel-Jones, Lord;

Gilbert, Lord;

Gloucester, Bishop;

Goodhart, Lord;

Gordon of Strathblane, Lord;

Goudie, Baroness;

Hamlyn, Lord;

Hanningfield, Lord;

Hardie, Lord;

Hardy of Wath, Lord;

Harris of Haringey, Lord;

Haskins, Lord;

Hattersley, Lord;

Higgins, Lord;

Hobhouse of Woodborough, Lord;

Hogg of Cumbernauld, Lord;

Howell of Guildford, Lord;

Hoyle, Lord;

Hughes of Woodside, Lord;

Hunt of Kings Heath, Lord;

Hunt of Wirral, Lord;

Hurd of Westwell, Lord;

Inge, Lord;

Islwyn, Lord;

Jacobs, Lord;

Janner of Braunstone, Lord;

Jopling, Lord;

Kelvedon, Lord;

Kennedy of The Shaws, Baroness;

Knight of Collingtree, Baroness;

Laming, Lord;

Lamont of Lerwick, Lord;

Lang of Monkton, Lord;

Lestor of Eccles, Baroness;

Levene of Portsoken, Lord;

Levy, Lord;

Linklater of Butterstone, Baroness;

Lloyd of Highbury, Baroness;

Lofthouse of Pontefract, Lord;

Ludford, Baroness;

Macdonald of Tradeston, Lord;

Mackenzie of Framwellgate, Lord;

Maddock, Baroness;

Manchester, Bishop of;

Marshall of Knightsbridge, Lord;

Mayhew of Twysden, Lord;

Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Baroness;

Millett, Lord;

Molyneaux of Killead, Lord;

Montague of Oxford, Lord;

Monro of Langholm, Lord;

Morris of Manchester, Lord;

Onslow of Woking, Lord;

Orme, Lord;

Naseby, Lord;

Neill of Bladen, Lord;

Newby, Lord;

Newton of Braintree, Lord;

Nicholson of Winterbourne, Baroness;

Norton of Louth, Lord;

Patten, Lord;

Phillips of Sudbury, Lord;

Pitkeathley, Baroness;

Puttnam, Lord;

Randall of St. Budeaux, Lord;

Razzall, Lord;

Rendell of Babergh, Baroness;

Renton of Mount Harry, Lord;

Renwick of Clifton, Lord;

Richardson of Calow, Baroness;

Roberts of Conwy, Lord;

Russell-Johnston, Lord;

Ryder of Wensum, Lord;

Sainsbury of Turville, Lord;

Salisbury, Bishop of;

Sandberg, Lord;

Saville of Newdigate, Lord;

Sawyer, Lord;

Scotland of Asthal, Baroness;

Selkirk of Douglas, Lord;

Sharp of Guildford, Baroness;

Sheppard of Liverpool, Lord;

Shore of Stepney, Lord;

Simon of Highbury, Lord;

Simpson of Dunkeld, Lord;

Smith of Clifton, Lord;

Southwark, Bishop of;

Steel of Aikwood, Lord;

Stone of Blackheath, Lord;

Thomas of Macclesfield, Lord;

Thornton, Baroness;

Tomlinson, Lord;

Uddin, Baroness;

Wakefield, Bishop of;

Walker of Doncaster, Lord;

Warner, Lord;

Watson of Invergowrie, Lord;

Young of Old Scone, Baroness.

—Took their seats, see

Borthwick, Lord;

Boyne, Viscount (Lord Brancepeth);

Cadogan, Lord;

Carrick, Earl of;

Colyton, Lord;

Cowdray, Viscount;

Craigmyle, Lord;

Dunmore, Earl of;

Glanusk, Lord;

Gretton, Lord;

Grey of Codnor, Lord;

Gridley, Lord;

Hardinge of Penshurst, Lord;

Listowel, Earl (Lord Hare);

Lovat, Lord;

Moray, Earl of;

Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of;

Moynihan, Lord;

Nunburnholme, Lord;

Swaythling, Lord.

—See also

Hotham, Barony of.

Lords' Expenses:

—Motion for approval for bicycle allowance; after debate, agreed to, 20 May, 823.

Lords' Interests: Sub-committee on:

—Appointed; Lords named, 23 July, 196.

Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 216; 14 Oct, 237; 4 Mar, 624.

Loughran (as personal representative of the estate of Patrick Loughran (Deceased)) (Respondent) v. Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal to Appeal Committee, 27 Nov, 373; report, 23 Feb, 542.

Loughran (Respondent) v. Northern Ireland Housing Executive (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 June, 109; reports: 23 Oct, 271; 13 Nov, 334; appeal presented, 25 Nov, 365; security for costs waived, 1 Dec, 378; petition for appeals to be conjoined; ordered as prayed; 16 Dec, 410; set down for hear═ing and referred to Appellate Committee; 15 Jan, 444; judgment, 29 July, 1057.

Lovat, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 20 July, 1000.

Lowsley and another (A.P.) (Respondents) v. Forbes (trading as LE Design Services) (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Legal aid certificate, 6 Oct, 226; judgment, 29 July, 1057.

Lubbe and others (Respondents) v. Cape Industries plc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Oct, 1099; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Ludford, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 23 Oct, 270.

Luton Borough Council (Respondents) v. Triumph Ovens Ltd and Levy (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 9 Feb, 510; report, 19 Mar, 680.

MCC Proceeds Inc (Incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware, USA, as Trustee of the Maxwell Macmillan Realization Liquidating Trust) (Petitioners) v. Lehman Brothers International (Europe) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 454; report, 9 Mar, 634.

MTV Europe (a firm) (Petitioners) v. BMG Records (UK) Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 30 Apr, 774; petition withdrawn, 18 May, 811.

MV Derbyshire:

—Unstarred question, 3 Dec, 386.

MacBenn (A.P.) (An infant suing by his father and next friend Julian Barry MacBenn) (Petitioner) v. Ireland (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 15 May, 32; report, 31 July, 220.

McConnell (Petitioner) v. Police Authority for Northern Ireland (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to Appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 31 July, 220; report, 9 Dec, 392.

Macdonald of Tradeston, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 8 Oct, 1106.

McFarlane and another (A.P.) (Respondents) v. Tayside Health Board (Appellants):

—Appeal presented, 2 Mar, 611; extension of time, 6 Apr, 729; legal aid certificates, 27 Apr, 762; extension of time, 21 May, 827; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 8 July, 954.

Machinery of Government:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 9 July, 152.

McKay (Respondent) v. Legal Aid Board (Petitioners):

—Report, 19 May, 37.

Mackenzie of Framwellgate, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 20 July, 1000.

McKnight (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Appellant) v. Sheppard (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 June, 70; reports: 15 Dec, 406; 25 Feb, 551; appeal presented, 10 Mar, 642; extensions of time: 20 Apr, 745; 3 June, 846; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 14 July, 977.

McMeechan (Respondent) v. Secretary of State for Employment (now Secretary of State for Trade and Industry) (Petitioner):

—Report, 3 June, 55.

Maddock, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 12 Nov, 328.

Magee (Petitioner) v. Grace and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 30 Mar, 709.

Magistrates' Courts Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 25; 31 July, 221; 14 Oct, 240; 3 Sept, 1076; 2 Nov, 1179.

Magistrates' Courts (Procedure) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 10 July, 156; report from DPDC, 23 July, 196; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 24 July, 202; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 14 Oct, 242; report received, 21 Oct, 262; 3a, amendment made; passed; sent HC, 28 Oct, 282; from HC agreed to with amendments, 6 May, 784; HC amendments considered and agreed to; RA, 21 May 828.

Maguire (A.P.) (Respondent) v. Fermanagh District Council (Appellants) and others:

—Petition withdrawn, 14 May, 23.

Malik (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Bank of Credit & Commerce International S.A. (In Compulsory Liquidation) (Respondents):

Mahmud (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Bank of Credit & Commerce International S.A. (In Compulsory Liquidation) (Respondents) (Consolidated appeals)

—Judgment, 12 June, 86.

Manchester Airport (Control of Land by Directions) Order 1997:

—Special procedure order delivered (per Act), 21 July, 179; Chairmen's report, 27 Oct, 276.

Manchester, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 27 Jan, 471.

Mandatory life prisoners:

—Unstarred question, 18 Feb, 536.

Manifest Shipping Company Limited (Respondents) v. Uni-Polaris Shipping Company Limited and others (Appellants):

—Reports: 8 July, 146; 27 Oct, 274; appeal presented, 11 Nov, 321; extensions of time: 13 Jan, 430; 20 Jan, 455; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 12 Feb, 523.

Mann and others (Appellants) v. Secretary of State for Employment (Respondent):

—Extensions of time: 15 May, 32; 26 June, 122; 7 Oct, 226; 19 Nov, 348; set down for hear═ing and referred to Appellate Committee, 3 Dec, 385.

Mannai Investment Company Limited (Appellants) v. Eagle Star Life Assurance Company Limited (Respondents):

—Judgment, 21 May, 45.

Mansfield (A.P.) (Petitioner) and another v. Weetabix Limited and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 25 June, 117; reports: 10 Nov, 315; 11 Feb, 520.

Marangos Hotels Company Limited and others (Petitioners) v. Stone and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 8 June, 857; report, 30 July, 1064.

Marine and Aviation (War Risks) Act 1952:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 394.

Marine Pollution:

—Papers (by command): 12 Nov, 329.

Maritime Safety:

—Papers (by command): 22 Apr, 754.

Marketing:

—Unstarred question, 17 Nov, 1241.

Marshall Aid:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jan, 471; 7 July, 946.

Marshall Aid Commemoration Act 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 6 July, 941.

Marshall of Knightsbridge, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 22 July, 1015.

Matin (Respondent) v. Matin (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 13 July, 965, 966.

Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 25; 31 July, 221; 3 Sept, 1071.

Matrimonial Causes (Northern Ireland) Order 1978:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 10 June, 77.

Mayhew of Twysden, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 25 June, 117.

Measures:

—See

Cathedrals Measure;

National Institutions Measure.

Meat and Livestock Commission Levy (Variation) Scheme (Confirmation) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 July, 1008; report, 28 July, 1049; approved, 13 Nov, 1230.

Media:

—Papers (by command): 21 July, 1008.

Medical Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 28; 17 June, 94; 29 July, 211; 10 July, 962.

Medicines Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 9 June, 73; 10 June, 77; 17 July, 171; 21 July, 179; 28 July, 207; 14 Oct, 236; 9 Dec, 393; 26 Jan, 467; 20 Apr, 746; 11 May, 792; 24 July, 1035; 3 Sept, 1075; 5 Oct, 1088; 8 Oct, 1107.

Medicines Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 656.

Melville (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Bruton (Respondent):

—Legal aid certificate; report, 11 June, 81.

Memec PLC (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 July, 957; report, 26 Oct, 1156.

Mental Health Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 21 July, 179; 11 May, 791; 15 June, 874; 27 Oct, 1161.

Mental Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 18 Dec, 420; report from DPDC, 14 Jan, 441; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Feb, 521; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 27 Mar, 706; report received, 7 Apr, 737; 3a; after debate, passed; sent HC, 21 Apr, 751.

Mental health legislation:

—Unstarred question, 19 Oct, 1132.

Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Nov, 300; 5 Nov, 1201.

Mental Incapacity:

—Papers (by command): 10 Dec, 398.

Merchant Shipping:

—Papers (by command): 29 Apr, 770.

Merchant Shipping Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 3 June, 56, 57; 23 June, 109; 31 July, 221; 14 Oct, 233, 234, 235; 11 Nov, 321; 10 Dec, 399; 12 Jan, 424; 12 Feb, 524; 23 Feb, 544; 10 Mar, 642; 11 Mar, 655; 17 Mar, 669; 7 Apr, 736; 20 Apr, 746; 23 Apr, 757; 14 May, 804; 10 June, 865; 29 June, 916; 13 July, 966; 16 July, 992; 20 July, 1001; 29 July, 1058; 3 Sept, 1071, 1074, 1075; 5 Oct, 1088; 7 Oct, 1100; 19 Oct, 1131; 3 Nov, 1186.

Merchant Shipping (Control of Pollution) (SOLAS) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Apr, 751; report, 5 May, 780; after debate, approved, 20 May, 824.

Merchant Shipping (Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims) (Amendment) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Mar, 642; report, 24 Mar, 693; after debate, approved en bloc, 6 Apr, 731.

Merseyside Museums and Galleries Order 1986:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 16 Dec, 410; 26 Oct, 1158.

Metropolitan Police:

—Unstarred question, 12 Nov, 330.

Middle East:

—Unstarred question, 15 Jan, 445.

Millennium:

—Papers (by command): 21 Oct, 1143.

Millennium Bug:

—Papers (by command): 20 July, 1001.

Millennium celebrations:

—Unstarred question, 4 Mar, 625.

Millennium Dome:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 8 Apr, 740.

—Papers (by command): 27 Feb, 608.

Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 6 Oct, 1093.

Millett, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 7 Oct, 1099.

Minicabs in London:

—Unstarred question, 13 May, 801.

Minimum Wage:

—Papers (by command): 18 June, 888.

Ministerial and other Salaries Bill:

—From HC (endorsed with Speakers' certificate); 1a, 24 July, 202; report from DPDC, 15 Oct, 249; after debate, 2a; Committee negatived; SO 44 having been dispensed with, 3a; passed, 16 Oct, 255; message from HC that in pursuance of Parliament Act 1911 HC directs that provisions of section 1 (1) of that Act shall not apply to bill; RA, 6 Nov, 311.

Ministerial Code:

—Unstarred question, 28 Oct, 282.

Ministerial statements to Parliament:

—Unstarred question, 16 Feb, 529.

Ministers of the Crown Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 233; 9 Dec, 393; 12 Jan, 425.

Mink Keeping Order 1997:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Nov, 34; report, 25 Nov, 365; after debate, approved, 10 Dec, 399.

Minority views in parliamentary democracy:

—Unstarred question, 14 Oct, 242.

Miscellaneous Financial Provisions Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 212; 27 Oct, 275-6; 19 Nov, 349; 27 July, 1039; 29 July, 1059; 30 July, 1065; 3 Sept, 1076; 19 Oct, 1131.

Misuse of Drugs Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 713.

Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (Modification) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Jan, 445; report, 27 Jan, 472; after debate, approved, 27 Feb, 608.

Mitchell and another (Petitioners) v. Carter and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Mar, 677; report, 29 June, 915.

Modahl (A.P.) (Appellant) v. British Athletic Federation Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 14 Oct, 231; reports: 2 Apr, 725; 19 May, 815; appeal presented, 3 June, 846; extension of time, 14 July, 977; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Oct, 1100.

Molyneaux of Killead, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 24 June, 112.

Mond (In his capacity as Trustee of the property of David Philip Hood (a bankrupt) and in his personal capacity) (Petitioner) v. Hyde (Assistant Official Receiver) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Oct, 1082.

Money Bills:

[Bills certified by the Speaker of the House of Commons that they are money bills within the meaning of the Parliament Act 1911.]

—See

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill;

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No. 2) Bill;

Consolidated Fund Bill;

Consolidated Fund (No. 2) Bill;

Finance Bill;

Finance (No. 2) Bill;

Ministerial and other Salaries Bill;

Tax Credits (Initial Expenditure) Bill.

Monk (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. British Steel plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 14 May, 23; report, 30 July, 215.

Monopolies and Mergers Commission:

—Papers (by command): 16 June, 91; 30 June, 125; 24 July, 201; 30 July, 216; 14 Oct, 232; 21 Oct, 262; 18 Nov, 343; 19 Nov, 349; 16 Dec, 410; 12 Jan, 424; 13 Jan, 431; 30 Apr, 774; 10 June, 865; 29 July, 1058; 5 Oct, 1084; 18 Nov, 1248.

Monro of Langholm, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 18 Nov, 343.

Montague of Oxford, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 10 Nov, 308.

Montserrat:

—Unstarred question, 5 Nov, 307.

Moore and another (Petitioners) v. Gadd and another (Respondents):

—Report, 1 July, 129.

Moore (Petitioner) v. Inntrepreneur Estates (GL) Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 13 Jan, 430; report, 2 Apr, 725.

Moray, Earl of:

—Sat first in Parliament, 8 May, 17.

Morecroft Urquhart (Respondents) v. Dundon (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Oct, 1099.

Morris and others (Respondents) v. Agrichemicals Limited and others (Appellants):

—Judgment, 30 Oct, 290.

Morris and others (Respondents) v. Rayners Enterprises Incorporated and another (Appellants):

—Judgment, 30 Oct, 290.

Morris of Manchester, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 27 Oct, 274.

Motions:

I.To take note II.For Address III.For papers IV.Time-limited debates V.For annulment VI.Other

I. To take note:

[Note. Time-limited debates and motions to take note of European Communities Committee and Science and Technology Committee Reports are not included in this category.]

—See

Amsterdam European Council;

Ceremony of Introduction;

Civil justice and legal aid;

Defence;

Devolution in Scotland and Wales;

Financial Statement and Budget Report;

House of Lords reform;

International Development;

Iraq;

NATO Enlargement;

Video Recordings Act 1984.

II. For Address:

—See

Guardsmen Fisher and Wright;

Hereditary Peerage (Election);

Introductions;

Queen's Speech;

Succession to the Crown Bill [H.L.];

Summer Time Order 1997.

III. For papers:

[Note. Time-limited debates are not included in this category.]

—See

Constitutional change: Cross-party co-operation;

Electoral Reform.

IV. Time-limited debates:

[Note. These debates had a maximum time limit imposed upon them by order of the House and were all motions for papers unless otherwise indicated.]

Balloted short debates, see

Armed Forces Pensions;

Civil aviation;

Environmental technology and services;

Farming in Wales;

Forestry;

Gibraltar;

Information technologies for international development;

Land use in the countryside;

Millennium Dome;

Nazi Victims;

Nuclear weapons;

Pensions;

Press complaints;

Probation Service;

Rented housing;

Schools and Preparation for Adult Life;

South Africa;

Sport in schools;

Steel exports.

1N-hour debates, see

Burma and Karen refugees;

Campsfield House Detention Centre;

Social security and the disabled.

2-hour debates, see

Machinery of Government;

Nuclear waste;

Scottish Parliament.

2N-hour debates, see

Agriculture;

Armed Forces;

Dependent Territories, The;

India;

International art market;

Northern Ireland;

Personal savings;

Proportional representation in local government;

Railways;

Saving for retirement;

Wales.

3-hour debates, see

Conservation and tourism;

Housing in town and country;

Jubilee 2000;

Youth Crime.

3N-hour debates, see

Export sales;

Industry: Competitiveness;

Prison service.

4-hour debates, see

Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.

5-hour debates, see

Agriculture;

Arts, The;

Charities;

Economic prospects of the nation;

Environment;

Inter-Governmental Conference;

National Health Service;

Parliament;

Strategic Defence Review and the Reserve Forces.

6-hour debates, see

Foreign and Commonwealth affairs.

V. For annulment:

—See

Council Tax Benefit (General) Amendment Regulations 1998;

Social Security (Lone Parents) (Amendment) Regulations 1997;

Social Security (Social Fund and Claims and Payments) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 1997;

Working Time Regulations 1998.

VI. Other:

—See

Beef Bones Regulations 1997; (motion for resolution);

Civil Procedure Rules (motion for approval);

Economic and fiscal strategy (motion for approval);

European Convergence Criteria: Deficit Assessment (motion for approval).

—See also

Amendments to Motions.

Mount Edgcumbe, Earl of:

—Sat first in Parliament, 7 May, 5.

Moynihan, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 8 May, 17.

Multilateral agreement on investment:

—Unstarred question, 18 Mar, 678.

Murray and another (A.P.) (Appellants) v. Foyle Meats Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 4 Feb, 495; reports: 14 May, 804; 15 June, 873; appeal presented, 25 June, 910; extension of time, 5 Oct, 1084; set down for hear═ing and referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Oct, 1100.

Murray (Petitioner) v. Yorkshire Fund Managers Limited and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Feb, 495; report, 19 Mar, 680.

Museums and Galleries:

—Papers (by command): 2 July, 133; 14 Oct, 232; 27 Oct, 275; 9 Dec, 393; 12 Jan, 424; 2 Feb, 488; 16 June, 877; 5 Oct, 1084.

Museums and Galleries Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 23 July, 196; 29 July, 211; 30 July, 217; 27 Oct, 275; 28 Oct, 281; 6 Nov, 311; 18 Nov, 344; 9 Dec, 394; 11 Dec, 403; 16 Dec, 410; 15 Jan, 445; 10 Mar, 642; 2 Apr, 726; 9 July, 958; 16 July, 992; 23 July, 1029; 29 July, 1059; 30 July, 1065; 19 Oct, 1131; 20 Oct, 1136; 26 Oct, 1157; 18 Nov, 1248.

Museums and galleries: free access:

—Unstarred question, 18 Dec, 420.

Museums and Galleries (Northern Ireland) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Nov, 365; after debate, approved, 22 Jan, 463.

Museums and Libraries:

—Papers (by command): 20 Apr, 746.

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.):

—See

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

N M Rothschild & Sons Limited and others (Respondents) v. Berenson and others (Petitioners):

—Report, 10 June, 76.

Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan:

—Unstarred question, 1 July, 130.

Nairne (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Camden (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 5 Oct, 1082.

Naseby, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 11 Nov, 320.

National Assistance Act 1948:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Mar, 635; 20 July, 1001.

National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia (Petitioner) v. Dampskibsselskabet AF 1912 Aktieselkab and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 July, 170; petition withdrawn, 7 Oct, 227.

National Debt Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 211.

National Galleries of Scotland Act 1906:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Nov, 311.

National Health Service:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 4 Feb, 496;

—Papers (by command): 15 Jan, 445.

National Health Service Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 25, 26, 27; 22 May, 51; 3 June, 56; 9 June, 72; 8 July, 147; 10 July, 155; 16 July, 167; 14 Oct, 233, 237, 238, 239; 15 Oct, 249; 21 Oct, 262; 18 Nov, 344; 25 Nov, 365; 9 Dec, 393; 16 Dec, 410; 12 Jan, 425; 2 Feb, 488; 9 Mar, 635, 636; 10 Mar, 643; 11 Mar, 655; 16 Mar, 665; 2 Apr, 726; 6 Apr, 730; 7 Apr, 736; 23 Apr, 757; 27 Apr, 763; 11 May, 792; 30 June, 919; 10 July, 962; 17 July, 997; 3 Sept, 1074; 5 Oct, 1086, 1089; 7 Oct, 1100; 26 Oct, 1157; 16 Nov, 1234; 19 Nov, 1256.

National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 21 May, 47; 3 June, 57; 5 June, 66; 11 June, 82; 16 June, 91; 12 Jan, 426; 17 Feb, 533; 24 Feb, 547; 25 Feb, 551; 9 Mar, 636; 12 Mar, 660; 16 Mar, 666; 23 Mar, 687; 1 Apr, 720; 2 Apr, 726; 6 Apr, 730-1; 29 Apr, 771; 5 May, 780; 7 May, 787; 19 May, 815; 20 May, 823; 1 June, 837; 7 July, 947.

National Health Service (Primary Care) Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 27; 25 July, 203; 10 Dec, 398; 18 Dec, 420; 11 Mar, 656; 30 Apr, 774; 1 June, 837; 29 June, 916; 5 Oct, 1086, 1088.

National Health Service (Private Finance) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 15 May, 32; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 3 June, 58; report from DPDC, 9 June, 73; CWH; reported without amendment, 19 June, 107; report received, 26 June, 123; 3a, amendment made; after debate, passed; sent HC, 3 July, 137; from HC agreed to; RA, 15 July, 163, 164.

National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 25; 15 May, 32; 22 May, 51; 10 June, 77; 23 June, 110; 16 July, 167; 17 July, 171; 14 Oct, 241, 242; 21 Oct, 262; 12 Jan, 426; 13 Jan, 431; 11 Feb, 521; 10 Mar, 643; 11 Mar, 654; 28 Apr, 766; 5 June, 854; 10 June, 865; 15 June, 873-4; 16 June, 877; 2 July, 934; 6 July, 941; 10 July, 962; 5 Oct, 1087; 16 Nov, 1233.

National Heritage Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 29 July, 211; 21 July, 1009.

National Heritage Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 28 July, 208; 24 Nov, 360; 24 July, 1036; 29 July, 1059.

National Heritage (Scotland) Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 9 July, 152; 22 July, 188; 6 Nov, 311; 13 July, 967; 27 July, 1040.

National Home Loans Corporation Plc (Petitioners) v. Giffen Couch and Archer (a firm) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 July, 201; report, 18 Dec, 419.

National Institutions Measure:

—Measure (per Act) laid together with the Report from the Ecclesiastical Committee, 2 June, 842; motion that Measure be presented for RA; after debate, agreed to, 29 June, 916; RA, 2 July, 934.

National Institutions Measure 1998:

—Papers (per Measure): 15 July, 982.

National Library of Scotland Act 1925:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Nov, 311.

National Loans Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Dec, 415.

National Lottery:

—Papers (by command): 21 July, 178.

National Lottery Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 3 Dec, 386; report from DPDC, 17 Dec, 415; after debate, 2a; committed to GC, 18 Dec, 420; marshalling order, 15 Jan, 445; GC, amendment made, 19 Jan, 452; GC, amendments made, 22 Jan, 463; reported from GC with amendments, 29 Jan, 481, 484; marshalling order, 3 Mar, 621; report received; amendments made, 9 Mar, 636; 3a, privil═ege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 16 Mar, 666; from HC agreed to with amendments and privilege amendment, 2 June, 842; HC amendments and privilege amendment agreed to, 22 June, 894; RA, 2 July, 934.

National Lottery etc. Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 9 June, 73; 26 June, 122; 23 July, 196; 28 July, 207-8; 29 July, 211; 31 July, 221; 28 Oct, 282; 30 Oct, 291; 3 Nov, 296; 11 Nov, 322; 12 Nov, 329; 24 Nov, 360; 23 Mar, 687; 6 July, 941; 10 July, 963; 21 July, 1009; 22 July, 1016; 23 July, 1029; 24 July, 1035; 27 July, 1040; 29 July, 1058; 19 Oct, 1131; 21 Oct, 1144; 22 Oct, 1148; 28 Oct, 1165; 29 Oct, 1174; 2 Nov, 1179; 3 Nov, 1186; 16 Nov, 1234.

National Minimum Wage Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 10 Mar, 644; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 23 Mar, 688; report from DPDC, 1 Apr, 721; CWH, 11 June, 870; after debate, CWH, amendments made, 15 June, 874; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 22 June, 894; report received; amendments made, 20 July, 1002; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 27 July, 1040; from HC with certain amendments agreed to with a consequential amendment to the bill; remaining amendments disagreed to with reasons, 28 July, 1050; HC reasons and amendments considered; HL amendments not insisted on; HC amendment consequential on HL amendment agreed to, 29 July, 1060; RA, 31 July, 1068.

National Power plc (Respondent) v. National Grid Company plc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Oct, 1082.

National Savings Bank Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 8 July, 147; 29 July, 1058.

National Trust for places of historic interest or natural beauty (Respondents) v. Knipe and another (A.P.) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 21 Oct, 261; reports: 2 Apr, 725; 27 Apr, 762.

National Westminster Bank plc (Respondents) v. Beaton and another (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Oct, 224; report, 13 Jan, 431.

National Westminster Bank plc (Respondents) v. Gill and Gill (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 28 Oct, 1165.

Nationwide Anglia Building Society (Respondents) v. Ahmed and Balakrishnan (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; report, 2 Feb, 487.

NATO:

—Papers (by command): 8 Apr, 739;

—Unstarred questions: 8 July, 148; 19 June, 890.

NATO and the Russian Federation:

—Unstarred question, 23 June, 110.

NATO Enlargement:

—Motion to take note; after debate, agreed to, 31 July, 1068.

Natural Heritage (Scotland) Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Dec, 406; 3 Sept, 1076; 17 Nov, 1239.

Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions Act 1865:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 241; 25 Nov, 365; 10 Mar, 643; 12 May, 796; 15 July, 983.

Nazi Victims:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 18 Feb, 536.

N'Dow (Petitioner) v. Timmis-Desai Solicitors (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 13 July, 966.

Neill of Bladen, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 13 Jan, 430.

Nessa (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Chief Adjudication Officer and another (Respondents):

—Appeal presented; legal aid certificate, 13 July, 965; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Oct, 1100.

New Forest:

—Unstarred question, 15 July, 983.

New Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 May, 792; report, 12 May, 796; after debate, approved, 18 May, 812.

New Roads and Street Works Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 16 June, 91; 1 July, 129; 11 Dec, 402; 19 Mar, 681; 8 Apr, 740; 9 Apr, 742; 20 Apr, 746; 5 Oct, 1087.

New Towns Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 25 July, 204; 27 Oct, 275; 26 Feb, 556; 21 July, 1008; 19 Oct, 1131.

New Towns (Scotland) Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 3 June, 57.

Newby, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 15 Oct, 248.

Newell and others (Appellants) v. Secretary of State for the Environment and others (Respondents):

—Appeal presented; petition that appeals be consolidated; ordered as prayed, 5 Oct, 1080, 1084.

For further proceedings see next entry

Newell and others (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) v. Secretary of State for the Environment and others (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants):

Fletcher Estates (Harlescott) Limited (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) v. Secretary of State for the Environment and others (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants) (Consolidated appeals)

—Cross-appeal presented; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 Nov, 1232, 1233.

For earlier proceedings see previous entry

Newlon Housing Trust (Appellants) v. Alsulaimen (A.P.) (Respondent) and another:

—Reports: 8 July, 147; 27 Oct, 274; appeal presented, 10 Nov, 315; legal aid certificate, 20 Nov, 354; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee; 15 Jan, 444; judgment, 29 July, 1056.

Newton and others (Petitioners) v. John Wyeth and Brother Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 30 July, 215, 216.

Newton of Braintree, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 11 Nov, 320.

Newton (Petitioner) and others v. John Wyeth and Brother Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 30 July, 215, 216.

Nicholson and another (Petitioners) v. Secretary of State for the Environment and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 2 Apr, 725, 726.

Nicholson of Winterbourne, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 18 Nov, 343.

Non-Departmental Public Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 11 Nov, 321.

Non-Domestic Rating (Chargeable Amounts) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Nov, 365; report, 2 Dec, 382; approved, 15 Dec, 407.

Non-profit Organisations:

—Papers (by command): 1 Dec, 378.

Norglen Limited (in liquidation) and others (A.P.) (Respondents) v. Reeds Rains Prudential Limited and others (Appellants):

—Judgment, 27 Nov, 373.

Norman (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Jewson Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 6 Oct, 223; reports: 18 Dec, 419; 17 Mar, 669.

Northcote (Petitioner) v. Cooper (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal; security for costs waived; referred to Appeal Committee; report, 2 Feb, 487.

Northern Ireland:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 22 Oct, 267;

—Papers (by command): 20 Apr, 746; 28 July, 1049; 21 Oct, 1143.

Northern Ireland A5 road:

—Unstarred question, 29 Oct, 1174.

Northern Ireland Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 27; 20 May, 42; 1 July, 129; 7 July, 142; 10 July, 155; 14 Oct, 234, 237, 238; 4 Nov, 300; 19 Nov, 349; 24 Nov, 360; 2 Dec, 382; 21 Jan, 459; 10 Mar, 642; 13 Mar, 662; 22 Apr, 754; 30 Apr, 774; 5 May, 780; 14 May, 805; 1 June, 835; 4 June, 850; 8 June, 858; 2 July, 934; 3 Sept, 1072, 1074; 8 Oct, 1107; 29 Oct, 1174.

Northern Ireland Act 1974 (Interim Period Extension) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 June, 94; report, 24 June, 113; after debate, approved, 3 July, 137.

Northern Ireland Act 1974 (Interim Period Extension) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 June, 836; report, 9 June, 862; after debate, approved, 2 July, 935.

Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 237.

Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning Act 1997 (Amnesty Period) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 2 Mar, 612; report, 3 Mar, 621; after debate, approved, 19 Mar, 681.

Northern Ireland Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 31 July, 1068; Queen's consent; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 5 Oct, 1090; report from DPDC, 14 Oct, 1124; CWH, amendments made, 19 Oct, 1132; 21 Oct, 1144; 26 Oct, 1158; CWH; reported with amendments, 27 Oct, 1162; report from DPDC, 28 Oct, 1165; report received; amendments made, 10 Nov, 1214; further considered on report; amendments made, 11 Nov, 1220; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 17 Nov, 1241; from HC agreed to; RA, 19 Nov, 1256.

Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 399; 16 July, 992.

Northern Ireland (Elections) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 23 Apr, 757; report from DPDC, 29 Apr, 771; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 6 May, 783; CWH; report═ed without amendment; report received; SO 44 having been dispensed with, 3a; passed; RA, 7 May, 787.

Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Feb, 496; 16 Feb, 528.

Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Act 1996 (Amendment) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 June, 57; report, 10 June, 78; after debate, approved, 16 June, 92.

Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 15 Dec, 407; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 12 Jan, 427; report from DPDC, 14 Jan, 441; CWH; reported without amendment, 5 Mar, 629; report received, 26 Mar, 703; 3a; after debate, passed, 2 Apr, 726; RA, 8 Apr, 739.

Northern Ireland (Entry to Negotiations, etc) Act 1996 (Cessation of Section 3) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Apr, 746; report, 21 Apr, 751; approved, 22 Apr, 754.

Northern Ireland (Entry to Negotiations, etc.) Act 1996 (Revival of Section 3) Order 1997:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 May, 32; after debate, approved, 22 May, 51; report, 5 June, 68.

Northern Ireland Land Purchase (Winding Up) Act 1935:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Dec, 406.

Northern Ireland (Modification of Enactments—No. 1) Order 1973:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 9 June, 73; 14 Oct, 235; 3 Nov, 296; 23 Mar, 687.

Northern Ireland Negotiations (Referendum) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Apr, 746; report, 21 Apr, 751; after debate, approved, 22 Apr, 754.

Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 30 July, 1064.

Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specific Organisations) (No. 2) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Nov, 1233; report; after debate, approved, 17 Nov, 1239, 1240.

Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specific Organisations) Order 1998:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 July, 1049; after debate, approved, 30 July, 1066; report, 27 Oct, 1162.

Northern Ireland (Sentences) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 19 June, 890; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 29 June, 916; report from DPDC, 1 July, 928; CWH, amendments made, 6 July, 941, 942; report received; amendments made, 16 July, 993; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 22 July, 1016; from HC agreed to; RA, 28 July, 1049, 1050.

—See also

Protests.

Norton Healthcare Limited (Respondents) v. Beecham Group Plc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 16 July, 166; report, 1 Dec, 378.

Norton of Louth, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 6 Oct, 1093.

Novamedix Limited (Petitioners) v. NDM (UK) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 July, 178; report, 4 Dec, 389.

Nuclear Energy:

—Papers (by command): 11 May, 791.

Nuclear Explosions (Prohibition and Inspections) Bill [H.L.]:

—Presented; 1a, 10 July, 156; report from DPDC, 23 July, 196; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 24 July, 202; order of commitment discharged, 16 Oct, 254; 3a, privilege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 23 Oct, 271; from HC agreed to with a privilege amendment; amendment agreed to, 17 Mar, 669; RA, 18 Mar, 677.

Nuclear waste:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Oct, 287.

Nuclear weapons:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 17 Dec, 415.

Nunburnholme, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 5 Oct, 1080.

Nursery Education and Grant-Maintained Schools Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 234, 235, 236; 11 Mar, 655;

—SI laid on 11 Aug revoked, 14 Oct, 231.

Nurses in the NHS:

—Unstarred question, 16 June, 878.

Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 242; 21 Apr, 751.

Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 16 July, 167; 14 Oct, 235; 19 Nov, 349; 5 Mar, 629; 2 Apr, 726; 22 June, 893; 22 July, 1016; 29 July, 1059; 5 Oct, 1089; 27 Oct, 1161.

Nursing Homes Registration (Scotland) Act 1938:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 655.

Nykredit Mortgage Bank plc (Respondents) v. Edward Erdman Group (formerly Edward Erdman an unlimited company) (Appellants):

—Judgment, 27 Nov, 372.