House of Lords Journal 232 (Session 1998-99)

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O Palomo SA (Respondents) v. Turner & Co (a firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 672.

Obscenity Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 24 Feb, 184; report from DPDC, 3 Mar, 206; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 9 Mar, 222; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 7 May, 379; report received, 21 May, 420; 3a; after debate, passed; sent HC, 27 May, 442.

Official Receiver and Liquidator of Celtic Extraction Limited and another (Respondents) v. Environment Agency (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Oil and Pipelines Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Jan, 82; 19 Oct, 735.

Oksuzoglu (by Alev Ahmet his Mother and Next Friend)(A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Kay and another (Respondents):

—Legal aid certificate; report, 3 Dec, 26, 27.

O'Loughlin (Respondent) v. Chief Constable of Essex (Appellant):

—Reports: 26 Nov, 11; 29 Mar, 290; appeal presented, 12 Apr, 307.

O'Neill and another (A.P.) (Respondents) v. Phillips and others (Appellants):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 3 Dec, 26; judgment, 20 May, 416.

O'Neill of Bengarve, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 3 Mar, 204.

Open-Ended Investment Companies (Investment Companies with Variable Capital) (Fees) Regulations 1998:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Dec, 48; report, 12 Jan, 83; after debate, approved, 25 Jan, 109.

Opticians Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Dec, 54; 26 Jul, 643.

Optident Limited and another (Petitioners) v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jul, 641.

Organophosphate Sheep Dips:

—Unstarred question, 9 Dec, 45.

Osteopaths Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Oct, 691.

Overseas Development:

—Unstarred question, 29 Jul, 667.

Overseas Development and Co-operation Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Apr, 326.

Overseas Territories:

—Papers (by command): 17 Mar, 253;

—Unstarred question, 12 Jul, 587.

Owners of the Ship or Vessel “Herceg Novi” (Petitioners) v. Owners and/or Demise Charterers of the Ship or Vessel “Ming Galaxy” (Respondents):

—Reports: 18 Jan, 94; 3 Mar, 205; 18 Mar, 257.

Oxburgh, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 12 Oct, 697.

Palmer (Respondent) v. Maloney and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 672.

Paragon Finance Plc (formerly known as National Home Loans plc) and others (Respondents) v. Freshfields (a Firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Apr, 307; report, 20 Jul, 618.

Parliament:

—Opened by the Queen, 24 Nov, 3;

—Prorogued by Commission, 11 Nov, 844.

Parliament Acts:

—See

Ministerial and other Salaries Bill.

Parliament and Democracy:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 17 Mar, 254.

Parliamentary and other Pensions Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Oct, 787.

Parliamentary and other Pensions ACT 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Mar, 238; 27 Jul, 651.

Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit Limited (PARBUL):

—Lords named, 16 Dec, 66.

Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 8; 10 Dec, 49; 22 Feb, 174; 24 Mar, 280; 27 Apr, 351; 19 May, 413; 23 Jun, 507; 29 Jul, 666.

Parliamentary Constituencies (England) (Miscellaneous Changes) Order 1998:

—Approved, 7 Dec, 34.

Parliamentary Government Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 17 Mar, 253; report from DPDC, 31 Mar, 303; Queen's consent; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 25 Jun, 515.

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (Post):

—Lords named, 16 Dec, 66.

Parliamentary Privilege, Joint Committee on:

—Message from HC appointing Committee, 30 Nov, 15; message considered; Lords named; after debate agreed to, 3 Dec, 28; message to HC to meet; message from HC, 7 Dec, 34; report, 30 Mar, 297.

Parole Board (Transfer of Functions) Order 1998:

—Report, 1 Dec, 19; approved, 17 Dec, 70.

Passmore (Petitioner) v. Morland Plc and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Mar, 199; reports: 14 Jun, 466; 15 Jul, 601.

Patel, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 3 Mar, 205.

Patents Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Mar, 291; 12 Apr, 309.

Pavel (Petitioner) v. Sony Corporation and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jun, 445; report, 22 Jul, 629.

Pearce and Another (Petitioners) v. United Bristol Healthcare NHS Trust (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 3 Dec, 26, 27.

Peerages:

—See

Arlington, Barony of. (Peerage claim)

—See also

Lords.

Peers:

—See

Declaration and Registration of Interests;

Lords.

—See also

Peerages.

Peer's Expenses:

—See

Lords' Expenses.

Pensher Security Door Company Limited (Respondents) v. Sunderland City Council (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 May, 416; report, 22 Jul, 629.

Pension Schemes Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 22; 11 Mar, 231; 11 Oct, 687.

Pensions:

—Papers (by command): 15 Dec, 59.

Pensions Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Jan, 90; 17 Jun, 485; 1 Jul, 538; 7 Jul, 574; 12 Jul, 586.

Pensions (Increase) Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Mar, 238.

Persistent Juvenile Offenders:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 24 Mar, 281.

Personal Bills Committee:

—Appointed, Lords named, 15 Dec, 60.

Personal Injuries (Emergency Provisions) Act 1939:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Feb, 149.

Petroleum Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Mar, 225; 21 Apr, 340.

Petroleum Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Feb, 125.

Phelps (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Mayor etc of the London Borough of Hillingdon (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 28 Jan, 119; reports: 29 Apr, 361; 12 May, 394; appeal presented, 24 May, 423; security for costs waived, 15 Jun, 470; extension of time, 1 Jul, 538; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 6 Oct, 677.

Phillips (Liquidator of A J Bekhor & Company) and another (Respondents) v. Brewin Dolphin Bell Lawrie Limited (Formerly Brewin Dolphin & Company Limited) (Appellants) and Another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Apr, 325; reports: 26 Jul, 642; 26 Oct, 764; appeal presented, 8 Nov, 823.

Phillips of Worth Matravers, Lord:

—Introduced (Lord of Appeal in Ordinary), 12 Jan, 81.

Phonographic Performance Limited (Respondents) v. AEI Music Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Mar, 256; report, 5 Jul, 541.

Piglowska (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Piglowski (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Judgment; legal aid certificate, 24 Jun, 510; Cause further considered; ordered that the parties be taxed in accordance with Legal Aid Act 1988, 28 Jul, 662.

Planning and Compensation Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 230; 28 Jun, 518.

Planning (Hazardous Substances) Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 302.

Plant Health Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 77; 28 Jul, 662; 11 Oct, 690.

Plant Varieties Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Apr, 309.

Plant Varieties and Seeds Act 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Apr, 309; 8 Jun, 450; 30 Jun, 527; 11 Oct, 683, 689.

Platform Home Loans Limited (Appellants) v. Oyston Shipways Limited and others (Respondents):

—Judgment, 18 Feb, 168.

Police:

—Papers (by command): 12 Jul, 586; 26 Oct, 764; 28 Oct, 784;

—Unstarred question, 21 Jun, 494.

Police Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 78; 10 Mar, 225; 11 Mar, 230; 22 Mar, 264; 27 May, 441; 26 Oct, 765.

Police Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 78; 22 Mar, 264; 11 May, 387; 13 Jul, 590.

Police Act 1997 (Authorisation of Action in Respect of Property) (Code of Practice) Order 1998:

—Report, 1 Dec, 19; after debate, approved en bloc, 8 Dec, 39.

Police Act 1997 (Notification of Authorisations etc.) Order 1998:

—Report, 1 Dec, 19; after debate, approved en bloc, 8 Dec, 39.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Dec, 33; 7 Jul, 574.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice No. 5) Order 1998:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Dec, 59; report, 12 Jan, 83; after debate, approved, 4 Feb, 135.

Police (Northern Ireland) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Feb, 142; 24 Mar, 280; 30 Jun, 528; 22 Oct, 754.

Police (Northern Ireland) Order 1987:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 25 Nov, 8; 18 Mar, 258; 25 Oct, 759.

Police (Scotland) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 11; 28 Jan, 120; 18 Mar, 257; 25 Mar, 285; 30 Mar, 297; 12 Apr, 308.

Police Vehicles:

—Unstarred question, 25 Mar, 286.

Policyholders Protection Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Dec, 66.

Pollution:

—Papers (by command): 14 Jul, 595.

Pollution Prevention and Control Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 26 Nov, 12; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 7 Dec, 34; report from DPDC, 16 Dec, 66; marshalling order, 21 Jan, 105; report from DPDC, 27 Jan, 116; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 15 Feb, 156; report from DPDC, 10 Mar, 227; recommitted to CWH, 13 Apr, 315; marshalling order, 14 Apr, 323; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 19 Apr, 330; report received; amendments made, 13 May, 400; 3a, privilege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 20 May, 417; from HC agreed to with amendments and a privilege amendment, 15 Jul, 603; HC amendments considered; amendment to HC amendment moved and withdrawn, HC amendment agreed to; remaining HC amendments and privilege amendment agreed to; 26 Jul, 645; RA, 27 Jul, 653.

Port of London Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Apr, 362.

Porter (Petitioner) v. Magill (Respondent) and one other Action:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 506.

Portman, Viscount:

—Sat first in Parliament, 29 Jun, 522.

Poseidon Schiffahrt Gmbh (Petitioners) v. Nomadic Navigation Company Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Mar, 256; reports: 28 Jun, 518; 26 Jul, 641; 4 Nov, 815.

Post Office:

—Papers (by command): 8 Jul, 578.

Post Office Act 1969:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Jul, 578; 19 Oct, 735, 734; 27 Oct, 776.

Potato Industry Development Council (Amendment) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Apr, 313; report, 20 Apr, 336; approved, 7 May, 379.

Practice Directions:

—See

Appeal Committee.

Prashar, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 26 Jul, 640.

Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 (Continuance) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 Mar, 210; report, 16 Mar, 246; after debate, approved, 18 Mar, 258.

Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 (Revival of Parts IVA and IVB) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Jun, 507, SO 70 having been dispensed with, after debate, approved, 24 Jun, 512; report, 29 Jun, 522.

Prices Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Nov, 844.

Primback Ltd (Respondents) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Appellants):

—Questions referred to Court of Justice of the European Communities, 1 Feb, 123.

Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees:

—See

Deputy Chairmen of Committees.

Prison Act 1952:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Apr, 314.

Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Apr, 314.

Prisons:

—Papers (by command): 7 Dec, 33; 21 Jun, 493; 24 Jun, 511; 11 Oct, 681; 18 Oct, 728;

—Unstarred question, 13 Jul, 591.

Prisons (Scotland) Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Feb, 174; 28 Jun, 519; 27 Jul, 652.

Pritchard (Respondent) v. Cook (Petitioner):

—Report, 14 Dec, 53.

Private Bills:

[Bills printed in italics were carried over from the previous session.]

—Introduced in the House of Comons, see

City of London (Ward Elections) Bill;

HFC Bank Bill;

Imperial College Bill;

Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (Amendment of Rules) Bill (formerly transport Salaried Staffs' association (Amendment of Rules) etc. Bill);

University College London Bill.

—Introduced in the House of Lords, see

Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) Bill [HL] (formerly Girobank plc (Transfer) Bill [HL]);

Baxi Partnership Limited Trusts Bill [HL];

City of Newcastle upon Tyne Bill [HL];

City of Westminster Bill [HL];

Kent County Council Bill [HL];

London Local Authorities Bill [HL];

Medway Council Bill [HL];

United Reformed Church Bill [HL].

Private Business:

—See

Standing Orders (Private Business).

Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Mar, 264; 28 Jul, 662.

Private Security Industry:

—Papers (by command): 25 Mar, 285.

Privileges, Committee for:

—Appointed; Lords named, 15 Dec, 59-60; Lord substituted, 24 Jun, 512; appointment of Senior Lord of Appeal as Chairman to hear references on the effect of the House of Lords Bill and that the Committee have leave to hear interested parties, agreed to, 29 Jul, 666.

—Reports:

1st, 18 Oct, 728; proceedings of the committee to be printed, 8 Nov, 825;

2nd, 20 Oct, 742; proceedings of the committee to be printed, 8 Nov, 825.

Probation Board (Northern Ireland) Order 1982:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 19 Jan, 98.

Procedure in the Chamber:

—Group appointed by the Leader of the House; report, 1 Mar, 193.

Procedure of the House Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named, 10 Dec, 49-50; Lord substituted, 12 Jan, 83.

—Reports:

1st (Report of the Group on Procedure in the Chamber; The General Debate Day), 1 Mar, 192; motion to agree; 2 amendments to motion moved; amendments agreed to on division; original motion, as amended, agreed to, 22 Mar, 264;

2nd (Format of the Statute Law: Report of the Working Group; Finance Bill), 13 Apr, 314;

3rd (Election of Hereditary Peers), 6 Jul, 546; motion to agree; amendment moved; a debate arising, motion that the question be now put moved and, on question, negatived; debate resumed, after further debate, amendment disagreed to on division; original motion agreed to, 22 Jul, 631;

4th (Format of the Statute Law; Long Written Answers; Finance Bill), 6 Jul, 546; after debate, agreed to, 22 Jul, 631;

5th (European Communities Committee: Terms of reference; The Committee's title; Scrutiny Reserve Resolution), 8 Nov, 825; after debate, agreed to, 10 Nov, 841.

Proceeds of Crime (Scotland) Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Mar, 263.

Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulation 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Jul, 636; report, 19 Oct, 736.

Professions Supplementary to Medicine (Clinical Scientists Board) Order of Council 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 18 May, 409; report, 25 May, 431; after debate, approved en bloc, 10 Jun, 461.

Professions Supplementary to Medicine (Paramedics Board) Order of Council 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 18 May, 409; report, 25 May, 431; after debate, approved en bloc, 10 Jun, 461.

Professions Supplementary to Medicine (Speech and Language Therapists Board) Order of Council 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 18 May, 409; report, 25 May, 431; after debate, approved en bloc, 10 Jun, 461.

Prorogation:

—See

Parliament;

Queen's Speech.

Prosecution of Offences Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Dec, 54; 22 Mar, 263; 21 Jul, 624; 26 Jul, 642; 11 Oct, 690.

Protection from Eviction 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Jun, 518.

Protection of Children Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 4 May, 366; explanatory notes printed, 17 May, 404; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 21 May, 420; report from DPDC, 27 May, 441; CWH; reported without amendment, 11 Jun, 462: report received, 25 Jun, 515; 3a; passed, 5 Jul, 542; RA, 15 Jul, 603.

Protection of Wrecks Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Feb, 124; 24 May, 424.

Public Accounts:

—Papers (by command): 10 Mar, 225; 30 Mar, 296; 27 Oct, 775; 3 Nov, 810.

Public Accounts and Charges Act 1891:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Feb, 188; 10 Mar, 227; 31 Mar, 303; 22 Jun, 497; 7 Jul, 574.

—Report, 14 Dec, 53.

Public Bills:

[Bills printed in italics were introduced by Private Members. Those marked with an asterisk did not receive Royal Assent, the bill marked with a dagger received Royal Assent under the provisions of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949. Consolidation bills and money bills are listed separately.]

—Introduced in the House of Commons, See

Adoption (Intercountry Aspects) Bill;

Breeding and Sale of Dogs (welfare) Bill;

Company and Business Names (Chamber of Commerce, Etc.) Bill;

Employment Relations Bill;

European Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill;

†European Parliamentary Elections Bill;

Food Standards Bill;

Football (Offences and Disorder) Bill;

Greater London Authority Bill;

House of Lords Bill;

Immigration and Asylum Bill;

Local Government Bill;

Mental Health (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill;

*Northern Ireland Bill;

Northern Ireland (Location of Victims' Remains) Bill;

Protection of Children Bill;

Rating (Valuation) Bill;

Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Bill;

Scottish Enterprise Bill;

*Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill;

Tax Credits Bill;

Water Industry Bill;

Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill.

—Introduced in the House of Lords, See

*Academic and Academic-Related Staff Pay and Conditions Bill [HL];

Access to Justice Bill [HL];

*Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Bill [HL];

*Births and Deaths Registration (Amendment) Bill [HL];

Commonwealth Development Bill [HL];

Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) [HL];

Criminal Cases Review (Insanity) Bill [HL];

Disability Rights Commission Bill [HL];

*Easter Act 1928 (Commencement) Bill [HL];

*European Community Legislation (Impact) Bill [HL];

*European Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill [HL];

*European Parliamentary Elections (Gibraltar) Bill [HL];

*European Tax Harmonisation (Veto) Bill [HL];

*Freedom of Information Bill [HL];

*Further and Higher Education (Scotland) (Amendment) Bill [HL];

*Genetically Modified Crops Bill [HL];

Health Bill [HL];

*Obscenity Bill [HL];

*Parliamentary Government Bill [HL];

Pollution Prevention and Control Bill [HL];

*Road Traffic (Enforcement Powers) Bill [HL];

*Road Traffic Regulation (Cycle Parking) Bill [HL];

*Road Traffic (Use of Mobile Telephones) Bill [HL];

Road Traffic (Vehicle Testing) Bill [HL];

*Scottish Parliamentary Constituencies Bill [HL];

*Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) (Amendment) Bill [HL];

Social Security Contributions (Transfer of Functions, etc.) Bill [HL];

*Time Zones and Summer Time (Devolution) Bill [HL];

Trustee Delegation Bill [HL];

Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Bill [HL].

Public Expenditure and Receipts Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Dec, 69; 10 May, 382.

Public Lending Right Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 139; 23 Feb, 178; 21 Jul, 624.

Public Order Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Oct, 686.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Apr, 356; 30 Jun, 528.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998 (Code of Conduct) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Jun, 527; report, 6 Jul, 546; after debate, approved en bloc, 16 Jul, 609.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998 (Guidelines) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Jun, 527; report, 6 Jul, 546; after debate, approved en bloc, 16 Jul, 609.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998 (Procedural Rules) Order 1999:

Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Jun, 527; report, 6 Jul, 546; after debate, approved en bloc, 16 Jul, 609.

Public Records Act 1958:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Jul, 643.

Public Service Broadcasting:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 3 Mar, 206;

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 5 May, 373.

Public Service, Committee on the:

—Report from Session 1997-98 noted on motion, 3 Dec, 30.

Public Works Loans Act 1875:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jul, 637.

QRS 1 ApS and others (all being companies incorporated under the laws of Denmark and in compulsory liquidation) (Petitioners) v. Frandsen (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Jun, 492; report, 5 Nov, 818.

Queen, The:

—See

Motions for Address;

Parliament;

Queen's Speech.

Queen's Speech:

—At opening of session; reported by L. Chancellor; Address thereon moved and seconded; debate adjourned, 24 Nov, 3; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 25 Nov, 8; 26 Nov, 12; 30 Nov, 16; 1 Dec, 19; debate resumed; after further debate, the motion to present an Humble Address to Her Majesty was agreed to nemine dissentiente; ordered that Address be presented by Lords with White Staves, 2 Dec, 23; HM's Answer, 9 Feb, 142;

—At prorogation of session: delivered by L. Chancellor, 11 Nov, 844.

Race Relations Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Mar, 297; 9 Jun, 457.

Race Relations (Northern Ireland) Order 1997:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 24 Jun, 511.

Radiological Protection Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 22; 20 Jul, 619.

Rail Industry:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 10 Mar, 227.

Railways Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Mar, 192; 26 May, 438; 15 Jun, 471; 23 Jul, 636; 19 Oct, 735.

Railways (Rateable Values) (Amendment) order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Feb, 183; report, 2 Mar, 200; after debate, approved, 23 Mar, 271.

Railways (Rateable Values) (Scotland) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Jan, 105; report, 26 Jan, 113; approved, 15 Feb, 156.

Raja (Petitioner) v. Rubin (Supervisor of the Voluntary Arrangement) and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Apr, 329; report, 9 Jul, 582.

Ratcliffe (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. G R Mcconnell and another (sued on their own behalf and on behalf of all other Governors of Harper Adams College) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 1 Feb, 124; report, 24 Jun, 510.

Rates (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998:

—After debate, approved, 7 Dec, 34.

Rating (Valuation) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 25 Feb, 188; report from DPDC, 3 Mar, 206; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Mar, 233; order of commitment discharged; committed to GC, 21 Apr, 340; GC; reported without amendment, 5 May, 373; report received, 20 May, 417; Queen's consent; 3a; passed, 24 May, 424; RA, 26 May, 436.

Reed (Petitioner) v. Sunderland Health Authority (Respondents):

—Report, 29 Mar, 290.

Reed (Respondent) v. Graham (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75; report, 10 May, 382.

Referendums:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 12 May, 395.

Regina v. Airport Co-Ordination Limited (Respondents) ex parte Aravco Limited and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Regina v. Allen (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Oct, 784.

Regina v. Antoine (appellant)(on Appeal From the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 12 May, 393; reports: 21 Jul, 623; 26 Jul, 642; appeal presented, 5 Oct, 675; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 8 Nov, 823.

Regina v. Bartle and the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and others (Appellants) ex parte Pinochet (Respondent) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Judgment, 25 Nov, 7; ordered that the report be printed; judgment of 25th November vacated and appeal referred to Appellate Committee for re-hearing, 17 Dec, 69; petitions for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75, 76; reports: 12 Jan, 82; 13 Jan, 86; judgment, 24 Mar, 279-280; Cause further considered; order on costs, 8 Jul, 578; orders for costs incurred by Senator Pinochet (28 November and 17 December 1998) to include provision for two leading and three junior counsel, 28 Oct, 784.

Regina v. Bett (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Jan, 97; report, 16 Jun, 478.

Regina v. Bingham (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal Northern Ireland):

—Judgment, 11 Mar, 230.

Regina v. Bow Street Magistrates' Court and Allison (A.P.) (Respondent) ex parte Government of the United States of America (Appellants) (on appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Report, 8 Dec, 37; appeal presented, 8 Mar, 214; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 23 Jun, 506; legal aid certificate, 9 Jul, 582; judgment, 15 Jul, 601.

Regina v. Bow Street Magistrates' Court ex parte Government of the United States of America (Petitioners) and Ibrahim and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Jun, 492; report, 5 Nov, 818.

Regina v. Broadmoor Special Hospital Authority and another (Respondents) ex parte S and another (Petitioners) and Another:

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Regina v. Cambridge City Council (Respondents) ex parte Lane (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 18 Jan, 94.

Regina v. Collins and Pathfinder Mental Health Service NHS Trust and others (Petitioners) ex parte S (Respondent):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42; petition withdrawn, 13 Jan, 86.

Regina v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents) ex parte Dundon (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Apr, 339; report, 27 Jul, 650.

Regina v. Cooke (Appellant) (on appeal from the Court Of Appeal Northern Ireland):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 26 Nov, 11; judgment, 11 Mar, 230.

Regina v. Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (Respondents) ex parte A (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 25 Mar, 284.

Regina v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Appellant) ex parte Kebeline and others (Respondents) (on appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Appeal presented, 15 Apr, 325; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 26 May, 437; judgment, 28 Oct, 783.

Regina v. District Court Martial at Bulford and another (Respondents) ex parte Bowyer (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 18 May, 408; legal aid certificate, 21 May, 420; reports: 9 Jul, 582; 18 Oct, 728; 4 Nov, 815.

Regina v. Evans and another and the Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and others (Appellants) ex parte Pinochet (Respondent) (on appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Judgment, 25 Nov, 7; ordered that the report be printed; judgment of 25th November vacated and appeal referred to Appellate Committee for re-hearing, 17 Dec, 69; petitions for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75, 76; reports: 12 Jan, 82; 13 Jan, 86; judgment, 24 Mar, 279-280; Cause further considered; order on costs, 8 Jul, 578; orders for costs incurred by Senator Pinochet (28th November and 17 December 1998) to include provision for two leading and three junior counsel, 28 Oct, 784.

Regina v. Forbes (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Jul, 623.

Regina v. Ghadami (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Apr, 307; report, 21 Jul, 623.

Regina v. Governor of her Majesty's Prison Brockhill (Appellant) ex parte Evans (Respondent):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Dec, 52.

Regina v. Henry (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Nov, 791.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Coroner for Inner London South District (Respondent) ex parte Douglas-Williams (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 21 Jul, 623.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Customs and Excise (Respondents) ex parte Popely and another (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Nov, 810.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Treasury and others (Respondents) ex parte Shepherd Neame Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Mar, 237; report, 28 Jun, 518.

Regina v. Hinks (Petitioner):

—Report, 5 Nov, 818.

Regina v. Housing Benefit Review Board of the City of Westminster (Petitioners) ex parte Mehanne (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Apr, 335; legal aid certificate, report, 27 Jul, 650.

Regina v. Immigration Appeal tribunal and another (Respondents) ex parte Shah (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Dec, 58; report, 26 Jan, 112; judgment, 25 Mar, 284.

Regina v. Immigration Appellate Authority (Respondents) ex parte Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) and Cakabay (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Reports: 18 Jan, 94; 3 Mar, 205; 18 Mar, 257.

Regina v. Jackson (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 21 May, 420.

Regina v. Kelly (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75; report, 16 Jun, 478.

Regina v. Leeds Crown Court ex parte Callaghan (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Jun, 450; legal aid certificate, 9 Jun, 456; report, 21 Jun, 493.

Regina v. Leeds Crown Court (Respondents) ex parte Hunt (A.P.) (Petitioner)and others (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; legal aid certificate, 8 Feb, 138; report, 23 Mar, 269.

Regina v. Leeds Crown Court (Respondents) ex parte Stubley (A.P.) (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; legal aid certificate, 9 Jun, 456.

Regina v. Leeds Crown Court (Respondents) ex parte Wardle (A.P.) (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; legal aid certificate, 9 Jun, 456.

Regina v. Loke (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 referred to Appeal Committee, 13 May, 398; report, 22 Jul, 629.

Regina v. London Borough of Bromley and others (Respondents) ex parte Crystal Palace Campaign and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 101; report, 14 Jun, 466.

Regina v. London Borough of Hillingdon (Petitioners) ex parte London Regional Transport (Respondents) and J.C. Decaux UK Limited (Interested Party):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 672.

Regina v. Mckenna (A.P.) (Respondent) ex parte Governor of Her Majesty's Prison Magilligan (Petitioner):

—Legal aid certificate; report, 13 May, 398, 399.

Regina v. Manchester Crown Court ex parte D (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 673.

Regina v. Manchester Crown Court ex parte H (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 673.

Regina v. Manchester Stipendiary Magistrate and the Lord Advocate (Appellant) ex parte Granada Television Limited (Respondents) (on appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Reports: 21 Jan, 105; 9 Feb, 142; appeal presented, 22 Feb, 173; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 4 May, 365.

Regina v. Manning (Petitioner):

—Report, 21 Jun, 493.

Regina v. Martin (Petitioner):

—Report, 3 Dec, 26; petition withdrawn, 18 Jan, 93; ordered that petitioner be taxed in accordance with Legal Aid Act 1988, 22 Jun, 497.

Regina v. Marylebone Magistrates' Court and another (Respondents) ex parte Amdrell Limited (Trading As “Get Stuffed”) and others (Petitioners):

—Report, 21 Jan, 105.

Regina v. Mental Health Review Tribunal (Respondents) and others ex parte Hall (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 673; report, 28 Oct, 784.

Regina v. Miah (Petitioner):

—Petition withdrawn, 22 Feb, 173.

Regina v. Ministry of Defence (Respondents) ex parte Walker (Appellant):

—Appeal presented; security for costs waived, 4 May, 364,365; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Jun, 465.

Regina v. Naini (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time in which to lodge petition and for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Jun, 485.

Regina v. Newbury District Council and others (Respondents) ex parte Chieveley Parish Council (Petitioners):

—Report, 14 Dec, 53.

Regina v. North Yorkshire County Council (Appellants) ex parte Brown and another (Respondents):

—Judgment, 11 Feb, 149.

Regina v. Northern Ireland Electricity Plc (Respondents) ex parte Director General of Electricity Supply of Northern Ireland (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 101; report, 25 Mar, 284.

Regina v. Norwich City Justices (Respondents) ex parte Mckernan (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 101; report, 14 Jun, 466.

Regina v. Oxfordshire County council and others (Respondents) ex parte Sunningwell Parish Council (Appellants):

—Judgment, 24 Jun, 510.

Regina v. Powys County Council and another (Respondents) ex parte Hambridge (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Reports: 14 Dec, 53; 14 Jan, 90.

Regina v. Robery (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Jul, 586; report, 5 Nov, 819.

Regina v. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (Appellants) ex parte Lawrie Plantation Services Limited (Respondents):

—Judgment, 8 Jul, 577.

Regina v. Sandford (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Mar, 262; report, 16 Jun, 478.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (Respondent) ex parte Watt (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the (Northern Ireland) Act 1978 referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Feb, 142; legal aid certificate, 7 Jun, 446; report, 16 Jun, 478.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions (Respondent) ex parte Marson (Petitioner):

—Report, 14 Dec, 52.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and another (Respondents) ex parte Peracha (A.P.) (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, 24 Nov, 3; report, 21 Jan, 105.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and another (Respondents) ex parte Elshani (A.P.) (Petitioner) and Another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 7 Jun, 445.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and Another (Respondents) ex parte Mbanja (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 20 Oct, 741.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Appellant) ex parte A (Respondent) (on Appeal from the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1969 referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 673; report, 7 Oct, 677; appeal presented, 8 Nov, 823.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Appellant) ex parte Gashi (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Apr, 346; legal aid certificate, 16 Jun, 478; reports: 20 Jul, 618; 18 Oct, 728; appeal presented, 2 Nov, 803.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Petitioner) ex parte Adan (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Petitioner) ex parte Aitseguer (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Ahmed (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Legal aid certificate; report, 12 May, 393, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Ghous (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Nov, 3; report, 12 May, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Ibehi:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, fee waived, report, 26 Jul, 641, 642.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Ibitola (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 12 May, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the home Department (Respondent) ex parte Hindley (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Appeal presented; legal aid certificate, 1 Feb, 124; extensions of time: 15 Mar, 237; 15 Apr, 326; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Apr, 329; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 10 May, 382; report, 26 May, 437.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Johnson (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Mar, 220; report, 28 Jun, 518.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Kabba (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 18 Jan, 94.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Olusanya (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 12 May, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Coward (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Report, 12 May, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Daly (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, legal aid certificate, 19 Jul, 612.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Patel (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Petition to have appeal restored; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 25 Jan, 108; petition for proceedings to be stayed; ordered as prayed, 9 Mar, 221; legal aid certificate, 15 Mar, 238; report, 12 May, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Salem (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Extension of time, 24 Nov, 3; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 10 Dec, 48; judgment, 11 Feb, 149.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Sosanya (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Nov, 3; legal aid certificate; report, 12 May, 393, 394.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Simms (A.P.) (Appellant):

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte O'Brien (A.P.) (Appellants):

(Consolidated Appeals):

—Judgment, 8 Jul, 577.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Office (Respondent) ex parte Rajaratnam (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Extensions of time: 3 Dec, 26; 11 Jan, 76; petition for proceedings to be stayed; ordered as prayed, 24 Feb, 183.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Transport (Appellant) ex parte Factortame Limited and others and Another (A.P.) (Respondents):

—Report, 3 Feb, 131; appeal presented, 4 Feb, 134; application for legal aid referred to Legal Aid Board, 16 Mar, 245; legal aid certificate, 5 May, 372; extension of time, 6 May, 376; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 15 Jun, 470; petitions to lodge separate cases; ordered as prayed, 28 Jun, 518; judgment, 28 Oct, 783.

Regina v. Sheffield City Council (Respondents) ex parte Hague and Another (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 4 Oct, 672.

Regina v. Smith (Respondent) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Mar, 225; reports: 5 Jul, 541; 9 Nov, 835; appeal presented, 10 Nov, 840.

Regina v. the Family Health Services Appeal Authority and Boots the Chemists (Respondents) ex parte E Moss Limited (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Apr, 307; reports: 20 Jul, 618; 18 Oct, 728; petition withdrawn, 10 Nov, 840.

Regina v. Westminster City Council and Others and the Secretary of State for Health (Appellant) ex parte A, P, M and X (Respondents):

—Petition withdrawn, 7 Jun, 445-6.

Regina v. West Dorset District Council (Respondents) ex parte Searle (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Reports: 9 Dec, 42; 22 Apr, 343; legal aid certificate; report, 25 May, 430; report of 25th May vacated; order for costs, 22 Jun, 497.

Regina v. Westminster City Council (Appellants) ex parte A (Respondent):

—Petition withdrawn, 7 Jun, 446.

Regional Development Agencies Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Nov, 841.

Regional Eurostar Services:

—Papers (by command): 31 Mar, 302.

Regional Museums and Galleries:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 26 May, 439.

Register of Sasines Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Dec, 54.

Registered Designs Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Jul, 595.

Registration and Declaration of Interests:

—See

Declaration and Registration of Interests.

Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Scotland) Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 77; 27 Jul, 652.

Registration of Political Parties Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Nov, 4; 30 Nov, 15.

Registration of Political Parties (Prohibited Words and Expressions) Order 1998:

—Motion for annulment; after debate, withdrawn, 25 Jan, 109.

Registration Service Act 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 49; 17 Dec, 70; 1 Mar, 192; 14 Oct, 719.

Regulatory Impact Assessments:

—Papers (by command): 29 Mar, 291; 4 Nov, 815.

Reid (A.P.) (Respondent) V. Secretary of State for Scotland (Appellant) and Another:

—Judgment, 3 Dec, 26.

Religions and International Order:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 15 Oct, 725.

Religious Discrimination:

—Unstarred question, 28 Oct, 785.

Rembrandt Group Limited (Petitioners) v. Philip Morris International Incorporated (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 Mar, 284; report, 20 Jul, 618; petition withdrawn, 13 Oct, 705.

Rennard, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 27 Jul, 649.

Rent Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Oct, 687.

Representation of the People Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Feb, 174; 25 Feb, 187; 2 Mar, 199; 13 May, 399; 19 May, 412.

Reserve Forces Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 49; 11 Jan, 78; 31 Mar, 303; 10 May, 383; 27 Jul, 652; 11 Oct, 691.

Reynolds (Respondent) v. Times Newspapers Limited and Others (Appellants):

—Reports: 3 Dec, 27; 16 Feb, 159; appeal presented; security for costs waived, 2 Mar, 199; extensions of time: 13 Apr, 313; 27 Apr, 351; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 5 May, 372; judgment, 28 Oct, 783.

Road Traffic (Enforcement Powers) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 8 Jun, 451; explanatory notes printed, 9 Jun, 457; report from DPDC, 16 Jun, 479; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 25 Jun, 515; CWH; reported without amendment; report received, 9 Jul, 583; 3a; passed; sent HC, 16 Jul, 609.

Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Mar, 238; 29 Jun, 522; 8 Nov, 823.

Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 21 Jan, 105; report from DPDC, 27 Jan, 116; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 2 Feb, 128; CWH; reported without amendment, 18 Feb, 170; report received; amendment made, 2 Mar, 201; 3a; passed; returned HC with an amendment; from HC agreed to, 8 Mar, 215, 216; RA, 10 Mar, 225.

Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 138.

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Feb, 135; 3 Mar, 205; 9 Mar, 221; 12 Apr, 308; 15 Apr, 326; 29 Apr, 362; 18 Jun, 490; 11 Oct, 686.

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (Amendment) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Mar, 296; report, 20 Apr, 336; approved, 21 May, 420.

Road Traffic Regulation (Cycle Parking) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 30 Mar, 297; report from DPDC, 14 Apr, 323; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 28 Apr, 357; order of commitment discharged, 12 May, 395; 3a; passed; sent HC, 19 May, 413.

Road Traffic: speeding:

—Unstarred question, 18 Oct, 729.

Road Traffic (Use of Mobile Telephones) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 6 May, 377; report from DPDC, 19 May, 413; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 9 Jul, 583; order of commitment discharged, 16 Jul, 609; 3a; passed; sent HC, 21 Jul, 624.

Road Traffic (Vehicle Testing) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 24 May, 424; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Jun, 462; report from DPDC, 16 Jun, 479; order of commitment discharged, 28 Jun, 519; 3a; passed, 29 Jun, 523; RA, 30 Jun, 526.

Roads (Scotland) Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Mar, 296.

Roberts (A.P.) (Respondent) v. Winbow (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75; legal aid certificate, 25 Feb, 187; report, 12 May, 394.

Roberts (Respondent) v. Roberts (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 5 Jul, 541.

Rochester, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 30 Jun, 526.

Rogan, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 22 Jul, 629.

Rogers (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Islington (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Nov, 810.

Roll of the Lords:

—Prepared by the Clerk of the Parliaments; printed, 24 Nov, 3.

Rollo, Lord (Lord Dunning):

—Sat first in Parliament, 10 Dec, 48.

Rothermere, Viscount:

—Sat first in Parliament, 26 May, 436.

Rowan Companies Inc (a body corporate) and others (Respondents) v. Lambert Eggink Offshore Transport Consultants VOF (a body corporate) and others (Petitioners):

—Report, 29 Mar, 290.

Royal Assent:

—By Commission: 11 Nov, 844 (7 bills);

—By notification: 17 Dec, 70 (1 bill);14 Jan, 91 (1 bill - in accordance with Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949);25 Feb, 187 (1 bill);10 Mar, 225 (1 bill);25 Mar, 285 (2 bills);26 May, 436 (3 bills);30 Jun, 526 (8 bills, 2 Measures);15 Jul, 603 (3 bills);27 Jul, 653 (12 bills).

Royal Bank of Scotland (Respondents) v. Etridge (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Report, 22 Jul, 629; appeal presented, 4 Oct, 671.

Royal Bank of Scotland (Respondents) v. Ezekiel (Petitioner):

—Report, 26 Nov, 11.

Royal Parks:

—Unstarred question, 8 Nov, 825.

Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation:

—Papers (by command): 4 Nov, 815.

Rutland, Duke of:

—Sat first in Parliament, 12 May, 393.

Safety of Sports Grounds Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Jul, 573.

Saint Oswald, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 18 May, 408.

Salary Review Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 1 Feb, 124.

Saleslease Limited (Petitioners) v. Davis (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 May, 365; report, 20 Jul, 618.

Salmon Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Apr, 309.

Sanctuary Housing Association (Petitioners) v. Baker (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Feb, 128; report, 24 Jun, 511.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Group Distribution Limited (No. 2) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Group Distribution Limited (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Group plc (No. 2) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Group plc (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Limited (now Dixons Stores Group Limited) (No. 2) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Limited (now Dixons Stores Group Limited) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Photographic Investments Limited (now Dixons Investments Limited) (No. 2) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Sarsfield (H M Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Dixons Photographic Investments Limited (now Dixons Investments Limited) (Petitioners):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42.

Satellite Developments:

—Unstarred question, 4 May, 366.

Satnam Investments Limited (Petitioners) v. Dunlop Heywood & Co Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Apr, 335; report, 26 Jul, 642.

Scandecor Development AB (Appellants) v. Scandecor Marketing AB and others (Respondents) and one other action:

—Reports: 14 Dec, 53; 17 Feb, 164; 18 Mar, 257; appeal presented, 12 Apr, 307; extensions of time: 25 May, 430; 5 Jul, 541; 6 Oct, 677.

Scarborough Building Society (Respondents) v. Howes Percival (a firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition withdrawn, 16 Feb, 159.

School Inspections Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 139; 9 Feb, 142; 9 Mar, 221; 10 Mar, 226; 22 Mar, 263; 26 Apr, 347-8; 26 May, 437; 30 Jul, 669; 11 Oct, 687.

School Standards and Framework Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 8; 14 Dec, 54; 16 Dec, 65; 11 Jan, 77; 12 Jan, 82; 18 Jan, 94; 25 Jan, 108; 26 Jan, 112; 8 Feb, 138, 139; 17 Feb, 165; 22 Feb, 174; 2 Mar, 199; 4 Mar, 210; 9 Mar, 221; 11 Mar, 231; 12 Apr, 308; 13 Apr, 314; 6 May, 376; 11 May, 387; 25 May, 431; 26 May, 437; 7 Jun, 446, 447; 8 Jun, 450; 9 Jun, 456; 16 Jun, 479; 25 Jun, 515; 28 Jun, 518; 30 Jun, 527; 20 Jul, 618; 26 Jul, 642; 28 Jul, 662; 30 Jul, 669; 11 Oct, 682, 683, 684, 685, 689, 690; 10 Nov, 840.

School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Mar, 263; 30 Jul, 669.

Schuldenfrei (Petitioner) v. Hilton (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Science and Technology:

—Papers (by command): 17 Dec, 69; 29 Jun, 522; 11 Oct, 681.

Science and Technology Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 15; 9 Dec, 44; 16 Dec, 66; 11 Jan, 78; 2 Mar, 199; 13 Jul, 590; 14 Jul, 596; 15 Jul, 602; 20 Jul, 619; 21 Jul, 624; 26 Jul, 643; 25 Oct, 759; 28 Oct, 784.

Science and Technology Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named and to meet, 8 Dec, 38; Lord substituted, 14 Dec, 55.

—Reports:

— 1st (Meeting with the Minister for Science), 26 Jan, 113;

— 2nd (Cannabis: Government Response), 4 Mar, 211;

— 3rd (Management of Nuclear Waste), 10 Mar, 227; after debate, noted on motion, 29 Oct, 787.

—Evidence printed:

— (Management of Nuclear Waste), 8 Feb, 139.

—Reports from Session 1997-98 noted on motion:9th, (Cannabis: the scientific and medical evidence) 3 Dec, 30.

Scotland Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 77; 22 Mar, 263; 31 Mar, 302; 12 Apr, 309; 13 Apr, 314; 26 Apr, 348; 12 May, 395; 13 May, 399; 17 May, 403; 18 May, 409; 9 Jun, 456; 10 Jun, 460; 5 Jul, 542.

Scotland Act 1998 (Border Rivers) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Consequential Modifications) (No. 1) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Feb, 187; report, 2 Mar, 200; approved en bloc, 23 Mar, 271.

Scotland Act 1998 (Consequential Modifications) (No.2) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Adaptation of Functions etc.) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Functions Exercisable in or as Regards Scotland) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Modification of Functions) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedules 4 And 5) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transitory and Transitional Provisions) (Finance) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 Feb, 135; report, 9 Feb, 143; after debate, approved, 15 Feb, 156;

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 31 Mar, 303.

Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundaries Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 8 Mar, 214; report, 16 Mar, 246; approved en bloc, 23 Mar, 271.

Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (Application to Summary Proceedings) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Mar, 205; withdrawn, 4 Mar, 210; second draft laid, 8 Mar, 214; report, 16 Mar, 246; approved en bloc, 23 Mar, 271.

Scottish Enterprise Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 2 Mar, 200; report from DPDC, 10 Mar, 227; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 22 Mar, 264; order of commitment discharged, 13 Apr, 314; 3a; passed, 22 Apr, 344; RA, 26 May, 436.

Scottish Land Court:

—Papers (by command): 16 Jun, 478.

Scottish Parliament (Assistance for Registered Political Parties) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 May, 437; report, 15 Jun, 471; after debate, approved en bloc, 17 Jun, 486.

Scottish Parliament (Disqualification) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Feb, 159; report, 23 Feb, 178; after debate, approved, 3 Mar, 206.

Scottish Parliament (Elections etc.) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Feb, 159; second draft laid, 22 Feb, 173; first draft withdrawn, 23 Feb, 178; second draft withdrawn; third draft laid, 25 Feb, 187; report, 2 Mar, 200; approved, 3 Mar, 206.

Scottish Parliament (First Ordinary General Election and First Meeting) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Feb, 159; report, 23 Feb, 178; approved, 3 Mar, 206.

Scottish Parliamentary Constituencies Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 17 Feb, 165; report from DPDC, 3 Mar, 206; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 22 Mar, 264; order of commitment discharged, 13 Apr, 314; 3a, privilege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 22 Apr, 344.

Sea Fish (Conservation) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Nov, 4; 15 Dec, 59; 17 Dec, 69; 21 Jan, 105.

Sea Fisheries Regulation Act 1966:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 139.

Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Mar, 226; 22 Apr, 343; 17 Jun, 485.

Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 15 Dec, 59; report from DPDC, 13 Jan, 87; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 1 Feb, 125; order of commitment discharged, 17 Feb, 165; 3a; passed; sent HC, 24 Feb, 184.

Seaford, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 11 Oct, 680.

Seaside resorts:

—Unstarred question, 14 Oct, 719.

Secretary of State for Trade And Industry (Respondent) v. Tillman (Petitioner) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 May, 423; report, 22 Jul, 629.

Security Services:

—Papers (by command): 17 Jun, 485.

Select Vestries:

—Bill. Presented; pro forma 1a, 24 Nov, 3.

Selection, Committee of:

—Appointed; Lords named, 26 Nov, 12; Lord substituted, 25 Jan, 108.

—Reports:1st, 30 Nov, 15;2nd, 1 Mar, 192.

Selection in Education:

—Unstarred question, 30 Jun, 528.

Self-Governing Schools etc. (Scotland) Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Feb, 156.

Senate Electrical Wholesalers Limited (Petitioners) v. STC Submarine Systems Limited (Respondents) and another:

—Reports: 18 Jan, 93; 29 Mar, 290; petition withdrawn, 20 Apr, 335.

Senior Salaries:

—Papers (by command): 31 Mar, 302.

Severn Bridges Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Oct, 758.

Severn Tunnel:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 17 Feb, 165.

Sex Discrimination Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Feb, 174; 29 Mar, 291; 16 Jun, 479.

Sex Discrimination (Northern Ireland) Order 1976:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 28 Jun, 519.

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 2 Mar, 200; report from DPDC, 10 Mar, 227; motion for 2a; amendment moved and after debate, agreed to on division, 13 Apr, 315.

Sharman, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 27 Oct, 775.

Sheriff (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Klyne Tugs (Lowestoft) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 4 Oct, 673.

Sheriff Courts (Scotland) Act 1907:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Feb, 128; 9 Mar, 221.

Shipping:

—Papers (by command): 25 Nov, 7; 2 Dec, 22; 16 Dec, 65; 7 Jul, 573; 27 Jul, 651; 11 Oct, 682.

Sierra Leone:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 16 Dec, 66;

—Papers (by command): 13 May, 399; 20 May, 416.

Skandia International Insurance Corporation and others (Petitioners) v. NRG Victory Reinsurance Limited (Respondents):

—Petition withdrawn, 10 Dec, 48.

Skandia Property (UK) Limited and others (Petitioners) v. Thames Water Utilities Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 671.

Small Firms:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 12 May, 395.

Smith and another (Petitioners) v. London Borough of Hackney (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 3 Dec, 26, 27.

Smith of Leigh, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 1 Nov, 791.

Smithkline Beecham Biologicals SA (Respondents) v. Connaught Laboratories Inc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Jul, 650.

Social Security:

—Papers (by command): 13 Jan, 87; 9 Mar, 221; 23 Mar, 269; 5 Jul, 542; 14 Jul, 595; 11 Oct, 682.

Social Security Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Oct, 688.

Social Security Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Jun, 467; 11 Oct, 688.

Social Security Administration Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Nov, 4; 14 Dec, 54; 15 Dec, 59; 11 Jan, 78; 20 Jan, 102; 11 Mar, 231; 17 Mar, 253; 22 Mar, 263; 29 Mar, 292; 5 May, 373; 10 May, 383; 17 May, 403; 7 Jun, 447; 11 Oct, 684, 686, 688.

Social Security and Child Support (Decisions and Appeals) (Amendment) Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 May, 365; report, 11 May, 388; approved, 21 May, 421.

Social Security and Child Support (Decisions and Appeals) Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 Mar, 210; report, 16 Mar, 245; after debate, approved en bloc, 23 Mar, 271.

Social Security Benefits:

—Unstarred question, 29 Apr, 362.

Social Security Benefits Up-rating (No. 2) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 Jan, 112; report, 26 Jan, 113; approved, 4 Feb, 135.

Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Jan, 87; report, 19 Jan, 98; after debate, approved, 21 Jan, 105.

Social Security Commissioners (Procedure) Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Apr, 340; report, 27 Apr, 352; approved, 21 May, 421.

Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 8; 30 Nov, 14; 11 Jan, 77, 78; 28 Jan, 119; 8 Feb, 139; 23 Feb, 178; 24 Feb, 183; 9 Mar, 221;1 0 Mar, 226; 11 Mar, 231;15 Mar, 238; 16 Mar, 245; 22 Mar, 263; 25 Mar, 285; 30 Mar, 296; 19 Apr, 330; 17 May, 403; 26 May, 438; 7 Jun, 446; 21 Jun, 493; 7 Jul, 573; 9 Jul, 583; 12 Jul, 586; 11 Oct, 682, 685, 687, 688, 689, 690.

Social Security Contributions and Benefits (Northern Ireland) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Jul, 583; 11 Oct, 687.

Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Fund Payments) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Jan, 87; report, 19 Jan, 98; approved, 21 Jan, 106.

Social Security Contributions (Transfer of Functions, etc.) Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Mar, 263; 29 Mar, 292; 30 Mar, 297.

Social Security Contributions (Transfer of Functions, etc.) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 25 Nov, 8; report from DPDC, 9 Dec, 44; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 10 Dec, 50; marshalling order, 17 Dec, 70; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 14 Jan, 91; report received, amendments made, 25 Jan, 108; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; sent HC, 1 Feb, 125; from HC agreed to with a privilege amendment; amendment considered and agreed to, 24 Feb, 184; RA, 25 Feb, 187.

Social Security (Incapacity, Earnings and Work Trials) Pilot Schemes Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Mar, 225; report, 16 Mar, 246; approved, 23 Mar, 271.

Social Security (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Feb, 174.

Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Amendment Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 173; report, 2 Mar, 200; after debate, approved, 23 Mar, 271.

Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Oct, 752; report, 26 Oct, 765; motion for approval, amendment moved, after debate, amendment withdrawn; original motion approved, 29 Oct, 788.

Social Security Pensions Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Mar, 210.

Social Services:

—Papers (by command): 30 Nov, 14; 31 Mar, 302.

Social Work Services:

—Papers (by command): 16 Mar, 245.

Society of Lloyd's (Cross-Appellants and Original Respondents) v. Robinson (Original Appellant and Cross-Respondent) and another:

—Cross-appeal presented and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 Feb, 159; judgment, 25 Mar, 283.

Society of Lloyd's (Petitioners and Original Respondents) v. Robinson (Original Appellant and Cross-Respondent) and another:

—Report, 16 Feb, 159.

South Caucasus and Central Asia:

—Papers (by command): 21 Oct, 752.

Space policy:

—Unstarred question, 7 Jul, 574.

Speakers:

—Commission appointed Speakers in absence of L. Chancellor, 16 Mar, 244-5.

Special Hospitals:

—Papers (by command): 12 Jan, 82; 16 Feb, 159.

Special Procedure Orders:

—See

— City of Stoke-on-Trent Tunstall Northern By-Pass Local Government Act Compulsory Purchase Order 1997.

Sport:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 9 Jun, 457;

—Papers (by command): 7 Dec, 33; 26 Jul, 642; 11 Oct, 681; 26 Oct, 764; 1 Nov, 791.

St George's Healthcare NHS Trust (Petitioners) v. S (Respondent):

—Report, 9 Dec, 42; petition withdrawn, 13 Jan, 86.

Standards in Public Life:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jul, 651.

Standing Orders (Judicial Business):

—Amended: SO V, 26 Jul, 645.

Standing Orders (Private Bills) Committee:

—Appointed, Lords named, 14 Dec, 55.

Standing Orders (Public Business):

—Amended: SO 32 & SO 51(4) (now SO 34 & 53), 31 Mar, 303;

—Created: SO 8A & SO 8B (now SO 9 & SO 10), 26 Jul, 644;

—SOs 37, 38, 40, 62, 67 and 69 amended; Standing Orders to Public Business printed, 16 Dec, 78;

—SO 35 (now SO 37) (Short Debates):

— Short Debate Rules applied:1½ hours: 3 Mar, 206; 19 May, 413;2 hours: 9 Dec, 44; 12 May, 395;2½ hours: 10 Feb, 146; 10 Mar, 227; 24 Mar, 281; 5 May, 373; 9 Jun, 457;3 hours: 27 Jan, 116; 10 Feb, 146; 24 Feb, 184; 12 May, 395;3½ hours: 9 Dec, 44; 3 Mar, 206; 10 Mar, 227; 24 Mar, 281; 19 May, 413; 9 Jun, 457;4 hours: 21 Apr, 340;5 hours: 20 Jan, 102;6 hours: 3 Feb, 132.

—SO 38 (now SO 40) (Arrangement of the Order Paper):

— Dispensed with: 7 Dec, 33; 20 Jan, 102; 8 Mar, 215; 25 Mar, 285; 13 Apr, 314; 4 May, 366; 23 Jul, 638; 28 Jul, 663; 1 Nov, 792;Motion for leave to advance business:

—SO 44 (now SO 46) (No two stages of a bill to be taken on one day): Dispensed with: 16 Dec, 66; 23 Mar, 270; 20 May, 417; 13 Jul, 591; 20 Jul, 619.

—SO 70 (now SO 72) (Affirmative Instruments):

— Dispensed with: 9 Mar, 222; 24 Jun, 512; 1 Jul, 538; 14 Jul, 596; 29 Oct, 787.

Stannifer Developments Limited (Appellants) v. Glasgow Development Agency and Others (Respondents):

—Appeal presented, 3 Feb, 131; extensions of time: 17 Mar, 253; 31 Mar, 302; 15 Apr, 326; 29 Apr, 361.

Stansted Airport Aircraft Movement Limit (Amendment) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Jun, 478; report, 29 Jun, 522; after debate, approved, 16 Jul, 609.

State Immunity Act 1978:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 230.

Statistics:

—Papers (by command): 18 Oct, 728.

Statutory Instruments:

—Notification that statutory instruments had come into operation before being laid before Parliament: 30 Nov, 15; 11 Mar, 232; 12 Apr, 310; 20 Apr, 336; 22 Apr, 343; 12 Jul, 586.

Statutory Instruments Act 1946:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Mar, 292.

Statutory Instruments Joint Committee:

—Motion on desirability of appointing Joint Committee, agreed to; Lords' members named; message to HC, 1 Dec, 19.

—Reports: Special Report, 27 Apr, 352; 1st, 1 Dec, 19;2nd, 8 Dec, 38;3rd, 15 Dec, 59;4th, 12 Jan, 83;5th, 19 Jan, 98;6th, 26 Jan, 113;7th, 2 Feb, 128;8th, 9 Feb, 143;9th, 16 Feb, 160;10th, 23 Feb, 178;11th, 2 Mar, 200;12th, 16 Mar, 245;13th, 23 Mar, 270;14th, 30 Mar, 297;15th, 20 Apr, 336;16th, 27 Apr, 351;17th, 4 May, 366;18th, 11 May, 388;19th, 18 May, 409;20th, 25 May, 431;21st, 15 Jun, 471;22nd, 22 Jun, 498;23rd, 29 Jun, 522;24th, 6 Jul, 546;25th, 13 Jul, 591;26th, 20 Jul, 619;27th, 19 Oct, 736;28th, 26 Oct, 765;29th, 2 Nov, 803;30th, 9 Nov, 836;

—Minutes of proceedings printed:Session 1997-98, 1 Dec, 19.

Statutory Instruments Reference Committee:

—Reports, 6 May, 377; 22 Jun, 497.

Steed (Respondent) v. Home Office (Appellant):

—Report, 3 Dec, 27; appeal presented, 14 Dec, 52; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 25 Jan, 108.

Stephen Lawrence Enquiry:

—Motion to take note; after debate, agreed to, 15 Apr, 326;

—Papers (by command): 24 Feb, 183.

Stern, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 13 Jul, 589.

Stevenson of Coddenham, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 13 Jul, 589.

Stock Transfer Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Apr, 343.

Strategic Planning (Northern Ireland) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 173; after debate, approved, 4 Mar, 211.

Streets:

—Order to prevent stoppages in; renewed, 24 Nov, 3.

Succession (Scotland) Act 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Mar, 192.

Sudan:

—Unstarred questions, 8 Dec, 39; 13 Oct, 695.

Superannuation Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 14; 7 Dec, 33; 1 Mar, 192; 3 Mar, 205; 9 Mar, 221; 10 Mar, 225; 29 Apr, 362; 23 Jul, 636; 27 Jul, 652; 11 Oct, 685.

Supreme Court Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 43; 8 Mar, 214; 11 Mar, 232; 30 Mar, 297; 11 Oct, 688; 18 Oct, 728; 10 Nov, 840.

Surzur Overseas Limited (Respondents) v. Koros and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Apr, 307; report, 27 Jul, 650.

Sustainable Development:

—Papers (by command): 17 May, 403.

Svenska International Plc (Appellants) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Judgment, 25 Mar, 284.

Swiggs and Others (Respondents) v. Nagarajan (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 15 Jul, 601.

Synodical Government Measure 1969 :

—Papers (per Measure): 27 Jul, 651.

T G A Chapman Limited and others (Respondents) v. Christopher and others (Appellants):

—Petition withdrawn, 7 Dec, 32.

Tax Credit (New Category of Child Care Provider) Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Jul, 630; withdrawn, 11 Oct, 680; second draft laid, 19 Oct, 735; report, 2 Nov, 803; approved, 10 Nov, 841.

Tax Credits Act 1999:

— Papers (by Act): 29 Jul, 666; 11 Oct, 689.

Tax Credits Bill:

—From HC: 1a; explanatory notes printed, 18 Mar, 258; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 12 Apr, 310; report from DPDC, 14 Apr, 323; CWH, 26 Apr, 348; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 4 May, 366; motion that report be received, amendment moved; after debate, amendment withdrawn; report received, 18 May, 409; further considered on report, amendments made, 24 May, 424; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 8 Jun, 452; from HC with certain amendments disagreed to with reasons and with remaining amendments agreed to, 23 Jun, 507; HC reasons considered and Lords amendments not insisted on, 28 Jun, 519; RA, 30 Jun, 526.

Tax Harmonisation:

—Unstarred question, 28 Jan, 120.

Taxation and Public Expenditure:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 14 Apr, 323.

Taylor (Appellant) v. Secretary of State for Scotland (Respondent):

—Appeal presented, 18 Mar, 256; extensions of time: 28 Apr, 356; 10 Jun, 460; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Jul, 629.

Taylor Clark International Limited (Petitioners) v. Lewis (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 75; report, 29 Mar, 290.

Teaching and Higher Education Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 43; 9 Mar, 221; 30 Mar, 297; 12 Apr, 309; 19 Jul, 612; 11 Oct, 684.

Teenage Pregnancy:

—Papers (by command): 14 Jun, 466.

Telecommunications Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 43, 44; 29 Apr, 362; 14 Jun, 466, 467; 25 Oct, 758, 759; 8 Nov, 824, 825.

Terrorism:

—Papers (by command): 17 Dec, 69.

Thai Trading (a firm) (Petitioners) v. Taylor and another (Respondents):

—Report, 21 Jun, 493.

Three Rivers District Council and Others (Appellants) v. Governor and Company of the Bank of England (Respondents)(Second Appeal):

—Appeal presented, 26 May, 436; security for costs waived, 7 Jun, 446; appeal dismissed, 9 Jul, 582; petition to have appeal restored; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 20 Jul, 617; extension of time, 5 Oct, 676.

Three Rivers District Council and Others (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) v. Governor and Company of the Bank of England (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants):

—Appeal presented; petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Mar, 245; cross-appeal presented, 27 Apr, 351; reports: 10 May, 382; 12 May, 394; extensions of time: 8 Jun, 450; 20 Jul, 617; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 5 Oct, 675.

Tibet:

—Unstarred question, 10 May, 383.

Time Zones and Summer Time (Devolution) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 13 Apr, 314; report from DPDC, 21 Apr, 340; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 23 Jul, 638.

Tobacco:

—Papers (by command): 10 Dec, 48.

Tote:

—Unstarred question, 26 Jul, 645.

Tourism:

—Unstarred questions, 16 Mar, 246; 4 Nov, 815.

Tourism: Working Time Directive:

—Unstarred question, 16 Jun, 480.

Tower Hill Vaults:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jan, 76; 19 Oct, 734.

Town and Country Planning (Compensation for Restrictions on Mineral Working and Mineral Waste Depositing) (Scotland) Regulations 1998:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Nov, 7; report, 8 Dec, 38; approved, 14 Dec, 55.

Town and Country Planning (Minerals) (Scotland) Regulations 1998:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Nov, 7; report, 8 Dec, 38; after debate, approved, 14 Dec, 55.

Town and Country Planning Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Nov, 4; 18 Feb, 169; 18 Jun, 490; 6 Jul, 545; 8 Jul, 578.

Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Mar, 245; 5 May, 373; 6 May, 377; 29 Oct, 787.

Trade Union Subscription Deductions (Northern Ireland) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 173; after debate, approved, 4 Mar, 211.

Traffic Areas (Reorganisation) (Wales) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Mar, 225; report, 16 Mar, 246; after debate, approved, 15 Apr, 326.

Transfer of Functions (Economic Statistics) Order 1989:

—Paper (per Statutory Instrument): 18 Oct, 728.

Transport:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 27 Jan, 116;

—Papers (by command): 22 Mar, 263; 5 Jul, 542; 21 Jul, 624.

Transport Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Dec, 38; 9 Feb, 142; 22 Mar, 264; 26 Apr, 348; 20 Jul, 618.

Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (Amendment of Rules) Bill:

—Petition for HC Bill. Examiners certificate, 11 Jan, 79; from HC; 1a; referred to Examiners, 26 Jul, 644; Examiner's certificate, 30 Jul, 669; 2a; committed to UBC, 21 Oct, 753; carry-over motion; message to HC, 28 Oct, 784; message re carry-over motion from HC, 1 Nov, 792.

Transport (Scotland) Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jan, 102; 27 Oct, 776.

Treasury Solicitor Act 1876:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Oct, 735.

Treaty of Amsterdam:

—Papers (by command): 11 Oct, 681.

Treaty Series:

—Papers (by command): 13 Jan, 87; 3 Mar, 205; 12 Apr, 308; 5 Jul, 542; 11 Oct, 682.

Trevor, Lord:

—Sat first in Parliament, 15 Dec, 58.

Tribunals and Inquiries Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Dec, 59.

Trotman, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 22 Jun, 497.

Trustee Delegation Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 3 Dec, 28; report from DPDC, 16 Dec, 66; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Jan, 79; CWH; reported without amendment, 2 Feb, 128; 3a, amendments made; passed; sent HC, 9 Mar, 222; from HC agreed to; RA, 15 Jul, 602, 603.

Trustees of the Nell Gwynn House Maintenance Fund (Respondents) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Appellants):

—Judgment, 16 Dec, 64.

Turkington and Others (Practising as McCartan Turkington Breen) (Respondents) v. Times Newspapers Limited (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Nov, 3; reports: 29 Mar, 290; 26 Apr, 347; appeal presented, 11 May, 387; security for costs waived, 17 May, 403; extensions of time: 23 Jun, 506; 19 Jul, 612; set down for hearing referred to Appellate Committee, 5 Oct, 675.

Turner & Co (a firm) (Petitioners) v. O Palomo SA (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Oct, 672.

Turner (Respondent) v. Grovit and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Jul, 650.

Twinsectra Limited (Respondents) v. Yardley and Others (Petitioners) (First Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jun, 445; reports: 20 Oct, 741; 4 Nov, 815.

Twinsectra Limited (Respondents) v. Yardley and Others (Petitioners) (Second Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jun, 456; reports: 20 Oct, 741; 4 Nov, 815.

UCB Home Loans Corporation Limited (Respondents) v. Moore and Another (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Reports: 13 May, 399; 19 May, 412; appeal presented, 7 Jun, 445; extensions of time: 13 Jul, 590; 6 Oct, 677.

Ultisol Transport Contractors Limited (Respondents) v. Bouygues Offshore SA, the Owners of the Barge ‘BOS 400' (Petitioners) and others:

—Report, 26 Apr, 347.

Unfair Dismissal and Statement of Reasons for Dismissal (Variation of Qualifying Period) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Apr, 357; report, 4 May, 366; approved, 21 May, 421.

Union Bank of Finland (Respondents) v. Lelakis (Petitioner):

—Petition withdrawn, 15 Feb, 155.

Union Carbide Corporation (a body corporate) (Respondents) v. B P Chemicals Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Feb, 138; reports: 16 Jun, 478; 1 Jul, 538; petition withdrawn, 20 Jul, 617.

United Nations Act 1946:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jan, 78; 11 Feb, 150.

United Norwest Co-operatives Limited (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Jul, 612.

United Reformed Church Bill [HL]:

—Petition for HL Bill. Examiners' certificate, 11 Jan, 79; bill presented; 1a, 14 Jan, 91; 2a; referred to Examiners, 18 Feb, 169; Examiner's certificate; committed to UBC, 18 Mar, 258; Attorney General's report presented, 21 Apr, 340; reported from UBC with amendments, 22 Jul, 631; 3a; passed; sent HC, 21 Oct, 753; message re carry-over motion from HC, 4 Nov, 816; carry-over motion; message of concurrence to HC, 5 Nov, 819.

United Wire Limited (Respondents) v. Screen Repair Services (Scotland) Limited and Another (Appellants) and others:

—Appeal presented, 27 Oct, 775.

Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 22; 8 Dec, 38; 10 Dec, 48; 15 Dec, 59; 16 Dec, 65; 1 Feb, 124; 25 Mar, 285; 26 May, 438; 7 Jun, 446; 21 Jun, 493.

University Accommodation:

—Unstarred question, 9 Feb, 143.

University College London Bill:

—Petition for HC Bill. Examiners' certificate, 11 Jan, 79; Attorney General's report presented, 9 Mar, 222; from HC; 1a; referred to Examiners, 30 Mar, 297; Examiner's certificate, 15 Apr, 326; 2a; committed to UBC, 22 Apr, 343; reported from UBC without amendment, 9 Jun, 457; 3a; passed, 21 Jun, 493; RA, 30 Jun, 526.

University College London Hospitals NHS Trust (Respondents) v. Unison (Petitioners):

—Report, 26 Apr, 347.

Unstarred Questions:

[Questions marked with an asterisk are “dinner break” questions i.e. they were taken during the break in business for dinner and had a maximum duration of 1 hour. Other questions had a maximum duration of 1½ hours.].

—See

Aberdeen and North East Scotland;

*Accountancy practice and receivership; *Adoption and fostering;

Ageing population;

*Air Traffic Control;

Airports: planning procedures;

Alternatives to Prison;

Armenian Massacre 1915;

Arms trade;

*Art Colleges;

Artificial Limbs;

Arts and Sport;

Baglan Energy Park;

Blood Donation;

Capercaillie;

*Central America;

Central America: hurricane;

Cervical Cancer;

*Chinook Helicopter ZD576;

Citizenship and democracy;

Closure of rural schools;

*Cruelty to animals; *Cuba; *Dietary supplements;

Digital terrestrial television;

*Environmental Technologies; *European Council: Policing, Immigration and Judicial co-operation;

Fair rent increases;

Family farms;

*Fathers in the Family;

Food prices;

Gas fuel for motor vehicles;

*General Pinochet;

Gulf War illnesses;

*H M Young Offender Institution and Remand Centre Feltham;

Horse racing;

Hospital disciplinary procedures;

Housing;

Human rights;

*India and Pakistan;

Indonesia;

Inheritance tax;

*Iran: human rights; *Judicial Appointments; *King's Manor School, Guildford;

Local authorities: age of candidates;

*Local Authority duties;

Mary Bell case: press complaints;

MMR Vaccine;

*Meat Hygiene Service;

Milk;

Ministerial correspondence;

*Mozambique;

NATO;

Nagorno-Karabakh;

NHS: millennium services;

Organophosphate sheep dips;

Overseas Development;

*Overseas territories; *Police;

Police vehicles;

*Prisons;

Religious Discrimination;

*Road Traffic: speeding;

Royal Parks;

*Satellite developments; *Seaside resorts; *Selection in education; *Social security benefits; *Space policy;

Sudan; *Sudan;

*Tax harmonisation;

Tibet;

Tote;

Tourism;

*Tourism: Working Time Directive;

University accommodation;

Violence on aircraft;

*Young homeless People; *Western European Union;

World poverty: role of women.

Van Den Brom (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Scott (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 17 Jun, 485; report, 9 Jul, 582.

Various Acts (Related to the National Loans Fund):

—Papers (per Acts): 12 May, 395.

Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 48; 21 Jan, 105; 10 Mar, 226; 11 Oct, 686.

Vehicle Inspectorate (Respondents) v. Bruce Cook Road Planning Limited and another (Appellants) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Jan, 93; judgment, 21 Oct, 752.

Vehicle Inspectorate (Respondents) v. Nuttall (Appellant) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Judgment, 18 Mar, 256.

Victims' Remains:

—Papers (by command): 5 May, 372.

Video Recordings Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 20 May, 416.

Violence on Aircraft:

—Unstarred question, 12 Jan, 83.

Visas:

—Papers (by command): 25 Nov, 7; 11 Oct, 681.

Visiting Forces and International Headquarters (Application of Law) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Apr, 326; report, 20 Apr, 336; approved en bloc, 6 May, 377.

Voluntary Sector:

—Papers (by command): 14 Dec, 53.

W 1-6 (A.P.) (Cross-Appellants) v. Essex County Council and another (Cross-Respondents):

—Reports: 21 Jan, 105; 18 Mar, 257; cross-appeal presented, 25 Mar, 284.

W 1-6 (A.P.) (Respondents) v. Essex County Council and Another (Appellants):

—Extensions of time: 25 Nov, 7; 5 Jul, 541.

Wade (Petitioner) v. Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police and others (Respondents):

—Report, 14 Dec, 53.

Wadey (Respondent) v. Surrey County Council (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 10 May, 382; report, 18 May, 408; appeal presented; security for costs waived, 20 May, 416; extension of time, 30 Jun, 527; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 4 Oct, 674.

Waldegrave of North Hill, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 18 Oct, 728.

Walker (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Centaur Clothes Group Limited (Appellants):

—Reports: 26 Nov, 11; 8 Dec, 37; appeal presented, 11 Jan, 75; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Feb, 173.

Warsame and another (Respondents) v. Mayor etc. of the London Borough of Hounslow (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jul, 641.

Warwick of Undercliffe, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 15 Jul, 602.

Water Industry Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Feb, 149; 14 Apr, 322; 7 Jun, 446; 9 Jun, 456; 23 Jun, 507.

Water Industry Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 11 Feb, 150; report from DPDC, 3 Mar, 206; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 4 Mar, 211; marshalling order, 19 Apr, 330; CWH; reported without amendment, 22 Apr, 344; report received, 8 Jun, 452; Queen's and Prince of Wales' Consent; 3a; passed, 24 Jun, 512; RA, 30 Jun, 526.

Water (Northern Ireland) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 173; after debate, approved, 4 Mar, 211.

Water Resources Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Mar, 280; 30 Mar, 296.

Waters (A.P.) (Appellant) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis (Respondent):

—Extensions of time: 11 Jan, 76; 10 Feb, 146; 24 Mar, 280; 6 May, 376; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 27 May, 441.

Watson of Richmond, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 28 Jul, 662.

Weights and Measures Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Dec, 33; 3 Mar, 206.

Welfare:

—Papers (by command): 1 Jul, 538; 11 Oct, 682.

Welfare Reform and Pensions Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 21 May, 420; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 10 Jun, 460; report from DPDC, 16 Jun, 479; marshalling order, 17 Jun, 486; report from DPDC, 23 Jun, 507; CWH, amendments made, 24 Jun, 512; 6 Jul, 546; CWH; 13 Jul, 591; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 20 Jul, 619-20; marshalling order, 28 Jul, 663; report received; amendments made, 11 Oct, 691; further considered on report; amendments made, 13 Oct, 706; Queen's Consent; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 27 Oct, 777; from HC with certain amendments agreed to, certain other amendments disagreed to but with amendments to the words so restored to the bill; with certain other amendments disagreed to with amendments in lieu thereof and with the remaining amendments disagreed to with reasons, 4 Nov, 817; HC amendments and reasons considered; certain HL amendments not insisted on and HC amendments in lieu agreed to; HL amendment not insisted on and amendment in lieu agreed to on division; motion not to insist on HL amendment, to agree with HC amendment, to disagree with another HC amendment and to propose an amendment in lieu agreed to on division; certain HL amendments not insisted on and HC amendments to words so restored to the bill agreed to; certain amendments to HC amendments agreed to; motion to disagree with certain HC amendments withdrawn; remaining HL amendments not insisted on; returned HC with amendments, 8 Nov, 825; from HC with an amendment in lieu of an HC amendment disagreed to with a reason; with a further HC amendment insisted upon and the Lords amendment in lieu thereof disagreed to with a reason; and with Lords amendments to HC amendment to words restored to bill disagreed to with reasons; HC reasons considered; HL amendment not insisted on; motion to disagree with HC amendment and to propose an amendment in lieu withdrawn; remaining HL amendments not insisted on; remaining HC amendment to words restored to the bill agreed to, 9 Nov, 837; RA, 11 Nov, 844.

Welsh Church Act 1914:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Mar, 292; 7 May, 379.

Welsh Development Agency Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jul, 618, 619.

Welsh Language Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Apr, 326; 24 May, 424; 8 Jun, 451; 14 Jul, 596.

West Bromwich Building Society (Appellants) v. Mander Hadley (Respondents):

—Extensions of time: 11 Jan, 76; 8 Feb, 138; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 23 Mar, 269; petition withdrawn, 6 May, 376.

Westacre Investments Inc (A Company Incorporated under the Laws of Panama) (Respondents) v. Jugoimport-SDPR Holding Company Limited (formerly Federal Directorate of Supply and Procurement an Agency of the Federal Secretariat of National Defence of the Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia) and others (Petitioners) and One Other Action:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jun, 465; report, 20 Oct, 741.

Western European Union:

—Papers (by command): 10 Nov, 840;

—Unstarred question, 21 Jul, 625.

Weston (Petitioner) v. South Coast Nursing Homes Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 3 Dec, 26, 27.

Westwood, Lord:

—Annulment of bankruptcy dated 21st June 1999 received, 9 Nov, 835. [Bankruptcy dated 23rd Jan 1997 - notification of annulment not received until November 1999. Notification of bankruptcy dated 21st June 1999 therefore not recorded in Journal.]

Whistler International Limited (Respondents) v. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 30 Jun, 526; report, 5 Nov, 819.

Whitaker, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 3 Nov, 809.

White (A.P.) (Appellant) v. White and the Motor Insurers Bureau (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 14 Dec, 52; reports: 12 May, 394; 14 Jul, 595; appeal presented, 27 Jul, 650; extensions of time: 4 Oct, 674; 19 Oct, 734.

White (Appellant) v. White (Respondent) (First Appeal):

—Reports: 9 Dec, 42; 18 Feb, 169; appeal presented, 4 Mar, 210; security for costs waived, 15 Mar, 237; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 12 Apr, 307-8; extensions of time: 24 May, 423; 30 Jun, 526-7; 5 Oct, 676.

White (Appellant) v. White (Respondent) (Second Appeal):

—Reports: 9 Dec, 42; 18 Feb, 169; appeal presented, 4 Mar, 210; security for costs waived, 15 Mar, 238; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 12 Apr, 308; extensions of time: 24 May, 423; 30 Jun, 527; 5 Oct, 676.

White and Others (Respondents) v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire and Others (Appellants):

—Judgment, 3 Dec, 25.

Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Apr, 309.

Wildtree Hotels Limited and Others (Appellants) v. London Borough of Harrow (Respondents):

—Report, 15 Dec, 58; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 26 Jan, 112.

Wilkins, Baroness:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 11 Oct, 680.

Williamson of Horton, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 17 Feb, 164.

Winchilsea and Nottingham, Earl:

—Sat first in Parliament, 13 Oct, 705.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 22; 10 Dec, 49; 11 Mar, 231; 23 Mar, 270.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Oct, 787.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jun, 507.

Wisely (A.P.) (Respondent) v. John Fulton Plumbers Limited (Appellants):

—Appeal presented; security for costs waived, 10 May, 381, 382; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee; legal aid certificate, 4 Oct, 674.

Woolmer of Leeds, Lord:

—Introduced (life Peerage), 19 Oct, 734.

Working Time Regulations 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 27 Jul, 651; withdrawn; second draft laid, 19 Oct, 734, 735; report, 26 Oct, 765; after debate, approved, 10 Nov, 841.

Works of Art:

—Papers (by command): 4 Mar, 210; 1 Jul, 538.

World Poverty: Role of Women:

—Unstarred question, 8 Mar, 216.

Wrecks:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jan, 116.

Wu­rttembergische Aktiengesellschaft Versicherungs-Beteiligungsgesellchaft (formerly Wu­rttembergische Feuerversicherung AG) and another (Petitioners) v. Home Insurance Company (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Apr, 307; report, 27 Jul, 650.

Xydhias (Appellant) v. Xydhias (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 1 Feb, 124; reports: 29 Apr, 361; 12 May, 394; appeal presented, 26 May, 436; appeal dismissed, 10 Jun, 460.

Yorkshire Bank plc (Respondents) v. Gardner (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 5 Jul, 541.

Young Homeless People:

—Unstarred question, 19 Oct, 736.

Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Oct, 764.

Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 3 Dec, 28; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 15 Dec, 60; report from DPDC, 16 Dec, 66; marshalling order, 12 Jan, 83; CWH, amendments made, 18 Jan, 95; 1 Feb, 125; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 8 Feb, 139; marshalling order, 24 Feb, 184; report received; amendments made, 2 Mar, 201; further considered on report; amendments made, 8 Mar, 215; 3a, amendments made; amendment negatived; privilege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 23 Mar, 270; from HC agreed to with amendments and a privilege amendment, 12 Jul, 587; HC amendments considered; motion that the House do disagree with a HC amendment withdrawn; HC amendments and privilege amendment agreed to; 26 Jul, 645; RA, 27 Jul, 653.

Youth Unemployment:

—Papers (by command): 13 Jul, 590.