House of Lords Journal 233 (Session 1999-2000)

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

—Report, 3 Feb, 146.

Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 8 May, 370.

Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Penalties) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 193; report, 29 Feb, 211; approved, 17 Mar, 266.

Odyssey RE (London) Limited and others (Respondents) v. OIC Run-off Limited (formerly The Orion Insurance Company plc) (Appellants):

—Appeal presented, 5 Jun, 437; extensions of time: 4 Jul, 536; 27 Sep, 664; 8 Nov, 818.

Official Listing of Securities (Change of Competent Authority) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 Mar, 214; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved, 29 Mar, 302.

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

—Report, 13 Dec, 69.

Oil and Pipelines Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Nov, 877.

Ombudsman (Northern Ireland) Order 1996:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 25 Nov, 31; 19 Apr, 353.

On Demand Information plc (in administrative receivership) and others (Petitioners) v. Michael Gerson (Finance) plc and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Oct, 774.

Opticians Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 65; 27 Sep, 675.

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

—Reports: 14 Dec, 74; 7 Feb, 150; appeal presented, 16 Feb, 180; extensions of time: 28 Mar, 296; 9 May, 376; 13 Jun, 464; set down for hearing and referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Jul, 625.

Ord (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Upton (as trustee of the property of David John Ord (a bankrupt)) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 2 Mar, 216; petition withdrawn, 22 May, 419.

Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Mar, 226; report, 14 Mar, 252; approved, 6 Apr, 323.

Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jan, 131.

Ormond and Ossory, Earldoms of:

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 28 Jun, 519; report; petition referred to Committee for Privileges, 30 Nov, 923.

Osteopaths Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Feb, 181; 17 Apr, 344; 23 Nov, 888.

Outram (FC) (Petitioner) v. Academy Plastics Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; funding certificate, 27 Sep, 662.

Overseas Aid:

—Papers (by command): 27 Sep, 666.

Overseas Development and Co-operation Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 593.

Overseas Pensions Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Mar, 269; 28 Nov, 913.

Pakistan:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 19 Jan, 111.

Palacegate Properties Limited (Petitioners) v. Receiver for the Metropolitan Police District (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Mar, 222; report, 29 Jun, 524.

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

—Report, 21 Mar, 274.

Parekh, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 23 May, 425.

Park Home Owners:

—Unstarred question, 4 Oct, 698.

Parks Regulation (Amendment) Act 1926:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Feb, 168; 24 Jul, 626.

Parliament:

—Opened by the Queen, 17 Nov, 2.

—Prorogued by Commission, 30 Nov, 924.

Parliament Acts:

—See

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill.

Parliament Acts (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 8 Nov, 819; report from DPDC, 15 Nov, 852.

Parliamentary and other Pensions Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Nov, 844.

Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit Limited (PARBUL):

—Lords named en bloc, 6 Dec, 53; Lord added, 3 Jul, 532.

Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Dec, 42; 8 Dec, 62; 15 Mar, 260; 23 Mar, 281; 24 May, 431; 5 Jul, 544; 10 Jul, 559.

Parliamentary Commissioner (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 24 Nov, 26; report from DPDC, 1 Dec, 42; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 17 Jan, 104; order of commitment discharged, 3 Feb, 147; 3a; passed; sent HC, 15 Feb, 176.

Parliamentary Office Of Science And Technology (POST):

—Lords named en bloc, 6 Dec, 53.

Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 May, 364; report, 9 May, 376; after debate, approved, 22 May, 420.

Pastoral Measure 1983:

—Papers (per Measure): 18 Nov, 11; 8 Dec, 62.

Patel of Blackburn, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 16 Feb, 180.

Patents:

—Papers (by command): 18 Oct, 737.

Patents Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 38; 3 May, 365; 26 Jun, 506.

Patents Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Jul, 531; report, 11 Jul, 564; after debate, approved, 17 Jul, 593.

Pay Review Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 8 Jun, 452.

Peerages:

—See

Cobbold, Lord;

Hereditary Peers;

Life Peerages (Appointments Commission);

Life Peerages (Appointments Commission) Bill [HL];

Lords.

Peerages of Ireland:

—See

Ireland, Peerages of.

Peers:

—See

Cobbold, Lord;

Declaration and Registration of Interests;

Hereditary Peers;

Lords;

Registration of Lords' Interests.

Pegasus Birds Limited (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Feb, 189; report, 29 Jun, 523.

Pemberton (FC) (Respondent) v. London Borough of Southwark (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; funding certificate, 27 Jun, 510.

Pemberton (Respondent) v. London Borough of Southwark (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 May, 396; leave to appeal vacated, 5 Jun, 438.

Penal Policy:

—Unstarred question, 8 Dec, 62.

Pension Schemes Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 15; 30 Nov, 38; 2 Dec, 45; 9 Mar, 235; 16 Mar, 262; 19 Apr, 353; 25 May, 434; 9 Oct, 706; 11 Oct, 718; 23 Nov, 888.

Pensions:

—Papers (by command): 9 Nov, 830.

Pensions Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 31; 13 Mar, 243; 19 Apr, 353; 20 Jun, 483; 18 Jul, 599; 16 Nov, 862.

Pensions (Increase) Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Mar, 234.

Perceval-Price and others (Respondents) v. Department of Economic Development (Petitioners) and others and others (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 May, 434; report, 20 Nov, 866.

Perotti (Petitioner) v. Watson (Respondent) and others:

—Fee waived; petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; report, 17 Jul, 591, 592.

Personal Bills Committee:

—Appointed, Lords named en bloc, 23 Nov, 21.

Personal Injuries (Emergency Provisions) Act 1939:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Feb, 176.

Personal Pensions:

—Unstarred question, 1 Dec, 42.

Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (England and Wales) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Nov, 6; report, 23 Nov, 19; after debate, approved, 9 Dec, 65.

Petroleum Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Jun, 439.

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

—Judgment, 27 Jul, 653.

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

—Extensions of time: 10 Jan, 86; 31 Jan, 134; 13 Mar, 241; set down for hearing and referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Mar, 295.

Phonographic Performance Limited (Petitioners) v. Candy Rock Recording Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 8 May, 371; report, 24 Jul, 625.

Planning:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Oct, 744.

Plant Varieties and Seeds Act 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Jun, 458; 10 Jul, 558-9.

Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers' Compensation) (Payment of Claims) (Amendment) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Mar, 268; report, 28 Mar, 296; approved, 14 Apr, 340.

Police:

—Papers (by command): 28 Jul, 659; 23 Oct, 747.

Police Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jan, 90; 27 Sep, 667; 24 Oct, 751; 25 Oct, 758; 13 Nov, 836.

Police Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jul, 656.

Police Act (Northern Ireland) 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 39.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 4 May, 368.

Police (Northern Ireland) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 13 Jul, 585; report from DPDC, 25 Jul, 637; marshalling order, 18 Oct, 737; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 27 Jul, 657; CWH, amendments made, 23 Oct, 749; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 25 Oct, 758; report received; amendments made, 8 Nov, 819; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 15 Nov, 853; from HC with amendments agreed to, 22 Nov, 882; RA, 23 Nov, 887.

Police (Northern Ireland) Order 1987:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 5 Apr, 319.

Police Pensions Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Mar, 305.

Police (Scotland) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Dec, 78; 29 Feb, 210.

Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 16 Mar, 263; report from DPDC, 29 Mar, 301; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 3 Apr, 311; marshalling order, 20 Apr, 357; CWH, amendments made, 11 May, 389; report from DPDC, 4 Oct, 698; after debate, CWH, amendments made, 10 Oct, 712; CWH, amendments made, 12 Oct, 722; 18 Oct, 737; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 24 Oct, 752; marshalling order, 7 Nov, 811; report from DPDC, 15 Nov, 852; report received; amendments made, 20 Nov, 867; further considered on report; amendments made, moved that further consideration on report be adjourned; after debate, motion withdrawn, 21 Nov, 877, 878; further consideration on report; amendments made, 22 Nov, 882; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 27 Nov, 902; from HC with an amendment disagreed to with a reason for such disagreement and with remaining amendments agreed to; reason considered; HL amendment not insisted on; RA, 30 Nov, 924.

Pollution:

—Papers (by command): 22 Nov, 15; 10 Jan, 87; 15 Jun, 473; 20 Jul, 620; 11 Oct, 717.

Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Jun, 473; report, 20 Jun, 483; after debate, approved, 14 Jul, 588.

Ponsonby of Shulbrede, Lord (Lord Ponsonby of Roehampton):

—Introduced (life peerage), 19 Apr, 352.

Port of London Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 16 May, 401.

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

—Reports: 14 Dec, 74; 15 Feb, 175.

Portman Building Society (Respondents) v. Bevan Ashford (a firm) (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Jan, 130; petition withdrawn, 10 Jul, 558.

Portsmouth, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 30 Nov, 37.

Post Office Act 1969:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Apr, 323; 24 Jul, 626; 25 Jul, 637; 26 Jul, 647.

Postal Privilege (Suspension) Order 1999 (Revocation) Order 1999:

—Motion for annulment; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Nov, 35.

Postal Services Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 19 Apr, 354; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 2 May, 361; report from DPDC, 24 May, 431; marshalling order, 25 May, 435; report from DPDC, 7 Jun, 448; moved that House resolve into Committee; after debate, motion objected to; on Question (tellers for the not-contents not having been appointed) motion agreed to pursuant to SO 53; CWH, amendments made, 8 Jun, 453; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 15 Jun, 473; marshalling order, 23 Jun, 503; report from DPDC, 28 Jun, 520; considered on report; amendments made, 29 Jun, 525; report from DPDC, 4 Jul, 537; Queen's consent; 3a, amendments made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 11 Jul, 564; report from DPDC, 12 Jul, 573; from HC with amendments agreed to, RA, 28 Jul, 659, 660.

Poverty and Social Exclusion:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 16 Feb, 181.

Powell of Bayswater, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 7 Mar, 226.

Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 1 Mar, 214; 2a; committed to JCCB, 21 Mar, 275; reported from JCCB with amendments; recommitted to CWH, 28 Mar, 297; CWH; reported without amendment; report received, 11 Apr, 329; 3a; passed; sent HC, 18 Apr, 347; from HC agreed to, RA, 25 May, 435.

Practice Directions:

—See

Appeal Committees.

Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 (Continuance) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Mar, 219; report, 7 Mar, 227; after debate, approved, 20 Mar, 269.

Principal Deputy Chairman Of Committees:

—See

Deputy Chairmen of Committees.

Prison Act 1952:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Jun, 464; 11 Jul, 563; 3 Oct, 692.

Prison Act (Northern Ireland) 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jul, 620.

Prison Education:

—Unstarred question, 16 Oct, 728.

Prisons:

—Papers (by command): 6 Jul, 551; 27 Sep, 665.

Prisons (Scotland) Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jul, 564; 26 Jul, 648.

Pritchard (Petitioner) v. Ministry of Defence (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360.

Private Bills:

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

—Introduced in the House of Commons, see

City of London (Ward Elections) Bill;

Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill;

Mersey Tunnels Bill;

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

—Introduced in the House of Lords, see

Alliance & Leicester Group Treasury plc (Transfer) Bill [HL];

Alliance and 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];

Colchester Borough Council Bill [HL];

Kent County Council Bill [HL];

London Local Authorities Bill [HL];

Medway Council Bill [HL];

United Reformed Church Bill [HL].

Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Nov, 913.

Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Nov, 19; 21 Nov, 877.

Privileges, Committee for:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 23 Nov, 21; Lord substituted, 13 Dec, 71; petition referred to committee, 30 Nov, 923.

—See also

Ormond And Ossory, Earldoms Of.

Probation Board (Northern Ireland) Order 1982:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 23 Mar, 281.

Procedure of the House Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 6 Dec, 53; Lord substituted, 13 Dec, 71.

—Reports:

1st (Freedom of information: applicability to the House of Lords; Scrutiny of amendments at committee and report stage; Starred Questions; Revision of the Companion to the Standing Orders), 1 Feb, 138; after debate, agreed to, 13 Mar, 243;

2nd (Revision of the Companion to the Standing Orders: appointment of sub-committee; The Queen's Speech; Procedure on consideration of Commons amendments); Sub judice, 4 Apr, 315; after debate, agreed to, 19 Apr, 354;

3rd (Humble Address for Queen's Consent; Human Rights: changes to Standing Orders arising from the appointment of a Joint Committee; The Companion to the Standing Orders), 3 Jul, 532; agreed to, 19 Jul, 610;

4th (Hereditary peers: by-elections; Tax simplification bills; Northern Ireland Assembly legislation), 31 Oct, 775; agreed to, 13 Nov, 836.

Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) (Amendment) (England and Wales) Regulations 2000:

— Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Nov, 866; report, 21 Nov, 877.

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

—Draft withdrawn; second draft laid, 25 Nov, 31; report, 30 Nov, 39; after debate, approved, 9 Dec, 65.

Prorogation:

—See

Parliament;

Queen's Speech.

Prosecution of Offences Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jul, 599; 27 Sep, 667.

Protection of Animals (Amendment) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 24 Jul, 627; report from DPDC, 25 Jul, 637; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 20 Oct, 745; order of commitment discharged, 24 Nov, 898; 3a; passed; RA, 30 Nov, 923, 924.

Protection of Children Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Sep, 673.

Provisional Order Confirmation Bills:

—See

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar (Eriskay Causeway) Order Confirmation Bill;

Railtrack (Waverley Station) Order Confirmation Bill.

Provisional Outturn 1999–2000:

—Papers (by command): 18 Jul, 599.

Psychotherapy Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 18 May, 411; report from DPDC, 7 Jun, 448.

Public Accounts and Charges Act 1891:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Nov, 11; 22 Feb, 193; 3 Mar, 220; 11 Apr, 329; 22 Jun, 498; 16 Nov, 861.

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, money bills and provisional order confirmation bills are listed separately.]

—Introduced in the House of Commons, see

Carers and Disabled Children Bill;

Child Support, Pensions and Social Security Bill;

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill;

Criminal Justice and Court Services Bill;

*Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) (No.2) Bill;

Disqualifications Bill;

Electronic Communications Bill;

Finance Bill;

Financial Services and Markets Bill;

Football (Disorder) Bill;

Freedom of Information Bill;

Fur Farming (Prohibition) Bill;

Government Resources and Accounts Bill;

Health Service Commissioners (Amendment) Bill;

Licensing (Young Persons) Bill;

Northern Ireland Bill;

Police (Northern Ireland) Bill;

Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Bill;

Postal Services Bill;

Protection of Animals (Amendment) Bill;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill;

Representation of the People Bill;

Royal Parks (Trading) Bill;

Sea Fishing Grants (Charges) Bill;

†Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill;

Television Licences (Disclosure of Information) Bill;

Terrorism Bill;

Transport Bill;

Utilities Bill;

*Warm Homes and Energy Conservation Bill.

—Introduced in the House of Lords, see

*Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Bill [HL];

Armed Forces Discipline Bill [HL];

Care Standards Bill [HL];

Census (Amendment) Bill [HL];

*Cheques (Scotland) Bill [HL];

Children (Leaving Care) Bill [HL];

*Copyright and Trade Marks Bill [HL]; *Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill [HL];

Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate Bill [HL];

*Deafblind Persons Bill [HL]; *Divorce (Religious Marriages) Bill [HL]; *European Communities (Amendment) Bill [HL]; *European Parliamentary Elections Bill [HL]; *European Union (Implications of Withdrawal) Bill [HL]; *Healthcare Services Bill [HL]; *Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [HL];

Insolvency Bill [HL];

Learning and Skills Bill [HL];

*Life Peerages (Appointments Commission) Bill [HL];

Limited Liability Partnerships Bill [HL];

Local Government Bill [HL];

Nuclear Safeguards Bill [HL];

*Parliament Acts (Amendment) Bill [HL]; *Parliamentary Commissioner (Amendment) Bill [HL];

Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Bill [HL];

*Psychotherapy Bill [HL];

Race Relations (Amendment) Bill [HL];

*Race Relations (Religious Discrimination) Bill [HL]; *Statutory Nuisances (Hedgerows in Residential Areas) Bill [HL]; *Street Works Bill [HL];

Suspension of Hospital Medical Practitioners Bill [HL];

Trustee Bill [HL];

*Wireless Telegraphy (Television Licence Fees) Bill [HL].

Public Expenditure and Receipts Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 30 Nov, 923.

Public Finance and Accountability (Scotland) Act 2000 (Transfer of NAO Staff etc.) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Mar, 220; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved, 23 Mar, 282.

Public Lending Right Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 29 Feb, 210; 3 Apr, 310; 17 Jul, 592.

Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Jun, 439.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jan, 131; 9 Mar, 234; 18 May, 411; 22 Jun, 498.

Public Records Act 1958:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jul, 656.

Public Works Loans Act 1875:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jul, 637.

Queen, The:

—See

Motions for Address;

Parliament;

Queen's Speech.

Queen Mother, The:

—See

Her Majesty the Queen Mother.

Queen's Speech:

—At opening of session; reported by L. Chancellor; Address thereon moved and seconded; debate adjourned, 17 Nov, 3; debate resumed; amendment to motion moved, after debate, debate adjourned, 18 Nov, 12; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 22 Nov, 16; 23 Nov, 22; debate resumed; amendment to motion disagreed to on division; original motion to present an Humble Address to Her Majesty agreed to nemine dissentiente; ordered that the Address be presented to HM by the Captain of the Gentlemen at Arms, 24 Nov, 26; HM's Answer, 6 Dec, 51.

—At prorogation of session: delivered by L. Chancellor, 30 Nov, 924.

—Unstarred question, 30 Oct, 770.

Race Relations Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jul, 637; 6 Nov, 805.

Race Relations (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 2 Dec, 45; Queen's consent; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 14 Dec, 75; report from DPDC, 15 Dec, 79; marshalling order, 10 Jan, 92; CWH, 11 Jan, 95; CWH; reported without amendment, 13 Jan, 101; marshalling order, 24 Jan, 119; after debate, report received; amendments made, 27 Jan, 132; 3a, privilege amendment made; after debate, passed; sent HC, 3 Feb, 147; from HC agreed to with amendments and a privilege amendment, 31 Oct, 775; report from DPDC, 7 Nov, 811; HC amendments considered; certain HC amendments agreed to; an amendment to an HC amendment withdrawn; remaining HC amendments agreed to, 27 Nov, 902; RA, 30 Nov, 924.

Race Relations (Religious Discrimination) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 21 Mar, 275; report from DPDC, 29 Mar, 301; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 7 Jun, 449.

Radiological Protection Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jan, 114; 20 Jul, 620.

Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich AG (Respondents) v. Crossseas Shipping Limited and others and another (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 113; report, 22 May, 419.

Railtrack (Waverley Station) Order Confirmation Bill:

—From HC; 1a; (pursuant to Act) deemed 2a and reported from Committee, 7 Jun, 448; considered on report, 12 Jun, 459; after debate, 3a; passed, 13 Jun, 465; RA, 14 Jun, 468.

Railways Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Oct, 769.

Railways Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 15-6; 10 Jan, 91; 4 May, 368; 25 Jul, 637; 28 Jul, 659; 23 Oct, 748.

Railways (Rateable Values) (England) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 29 Feb, 210; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved en bloc, 17 Mar, 265.

Rank Enterprises Limited and others (Respondents) v. Gerard (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Feb, 204; report, 24 May, 430.

Redesdale, Lord (Lord Mitford):

—Introduced (life peerage), 18 Apr, 346.

Refugees:

—Papers (by command): 23 Oct, 747.

Regan (Petitioner) v. Taylor (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Apr, 325; report, 29 Jun, 524.

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

—Petition withdrawn, 16 Dec, 82.

Regina v. Ali and another (Petitioners):

— Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Oct, 727.

Regina v. Allen (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Reports: 27 Jan, 131; 12 Oct, 722; appeal presented, 30 Oct, 769.

Regina v. Antoine (A.P.) (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Judgment, 30 Mar, 304; legal aid certificate, 3 Apr, 310; ordered that appellant be taxed in accordance with the Legal Aid Act 1988, 4 Apr, 313.

Regina v. Bossino (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Oct, 761.

Regina v. Braintree District Council (Petitioners) ex parte Halls (A.P.) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360; legal aid certificate; report, 9 Oct, 705, 706.

Regina v. Broadcasting Standards Commission (Respondents) ex parte British Broadcasting Corporation (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360; report, 2 Nov, 798.

Regina v. Churchill and others (Appellants) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal presented, 9 May, 376; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 18 May, 410.

Regina v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Appellants) ex parte Newfields Developments Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Feb, 138; reports: 24 May, 430; 22 Jun, 497; appeal presented, 5 Jul, 543; petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 664; extension of time, 2 Oct, 685; report, 31 Oct, 774; extension of time, 20 Nov, 866.

Regina v. Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents) ex parte Tamosius & Partners (a firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Mar, 295; report, 17 Apr, 343.

Regina v. Department for Education and Employment (Respondents) ex parte Begbie (by her mother and litigation friend Rachel Begbie) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Nov, 15; report, 23 Feb, 201.

Regina v. Department of Health (Petitioners) ex parte Source Informatics Limited (Respondents) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Jan, 130; report, 24 May, 430; petition withdrawn, 3 Jul, 531.

Regina v. Dimsey (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, 28 Mar, 295; reports: 22 Jun, 497; 12 Oct, 722; appeal presented, 1 Nov, 791.

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

—Legal aid certificate, 20 Nov, 866; ordered that the respondents be taxed in accordance with the Legal Aid Act 1988, 21 Nov, 876.

Regina v. Durham County Council and others and another (Petitioner) ex parte Huddleston (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Apr, 325.

Regina v. East Sussex County Council (Petitioners) ex parte Reprotech (Pebsham) Limited (Respondents) and one other action:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 662.

Regina v. Edwards (Respondent) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal presented, 12 Jan, 97; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Jan, 103.

Regina v. Falmouth and Truro Port Health Authority (Petitioners) ex parte South West Water Services Limited (Respondents):

—Appeal presented, 8 May, 371; report, 20 Jul, 619.

Regina v. Forbes (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Reports: 11 Jan, 94; 13 Jan, 100; appeal presented, 25 Jan, 122; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 28 Mar, 295.

Regina v. Forbes (Appellant) (2000) (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, 17 Apr, 342; reports: 9 Oct, 705; 2 Nov, 798; appeal presented, 16 Nov, 861.

Regina v. Gilmour (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 referred to Appeal Committee; extension of time, 27 Sep, 664.

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

—Legal aid certificate, 12 Jul, 572; judgment, 27 Jul, 653.

Regina v. Henry (Petitioner):

—Report, 27 Jan, 131.

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

—Report, 23 Feb, 201.

Regina v. Hertfordshire County Council (Respondents) ex parte Green Environmental Industries Limited and another (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 17 Feb, 184.

Regina v. Hinks (Appellant) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Report, 23 Nov, 19; appeal presented, 15 Dec, 77; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 11 Apr, 329; judgment, 26 Oct, 761.

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

—Report, 7 Dec, 58; appeal presented, 10 Jan, 85; extensions of time: 21 Feb, 190; 28 Mar, 296; 3 May, 364; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Jun, 469.

Regina v. Independent Television Commission (Petitioners) ex parte TV Danmark 1 Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Nov, 803; report, 29 Nov, 919.

Regina v. International Society of Professional Aromatherapists (Respondents) ex parte Casini (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 506.

Regina v. Jackson (Petitioner):

—Report, 27 Jan, 130.

Regina v. K (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; extension of time, 15 Nov, 852.

Regina v. Keyes and others (Petitioners):

— Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee; extension of time, 5 Jun, 438; report, 19 Oct, 740.

Regina v. Kular (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 3 May, 364.

Regina v. Lambert (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee; extension of time, 2 Oct, 684.

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

—Petition withdrawn, 8 Feb, 158.

Regina v. Leeds Crown Court (Respondents) ex parte Wardle (A.P.) (Appellant) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Reports: 22 May, 419; 12 Jun, 457; appeal presented, 29 Jun, 523; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 10 Oct, 711.

Regina v. Leicester City Council and others (Respondents) ex parte PowerGen UK plc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jun, 468; petition withdrawn, 2 Oct, 686.

Regina v. London Borough of Greenwich (Petitioners) ex parte Glen International Limited and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 May, 409; report, 21 Nov, 876.

Regina v. London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and others (Respondents) ex parte Trustees of CPRE, London Branch (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Mar, 277.

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

—Reports: 17 Nov, 5; 2 Feb, 143.

Regina v. London Borough of Richmond (Petitioners) ex parte Watson (FC) (Respondent) and three other actions:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663; funding certificates, 10 Oct, 711.

Regina v. London Borough of Tower Hamlets and others (Respondents) ex parte Tilly (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 22 May, 419.

Regina v. Loosely (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

Regina v. McGilliard (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Nov, 887.

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

—Report, 15 Jun, 472; funding certificate, 7 Jul, 554; report, 27 Jul, 655; costs to be taxed in accordance with the Access to Justice Act 1999, 2 Oct, 685.

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

—Report, 15 Jun, 472; funding certificate, 17 Jul, 592; report, 27 Jul, 655; costs to be taxed in accordance with the Access to Justice Act 1999, 2 Oct, 685.

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):

—Judgment, 14 Dec, 73.

Regina v. Martin (Petitioner) (2000):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Jan, 103; report, 15 Jun, 472.

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

—Reports: 17 Nov, 5; 23 Nov, 19.

Regina v. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (Respondents) ex parte Astonquest Limited (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Jan, 119; reports: 15 Jun, 472; 4 Jul, 536; appeal presented, 18 Jul, 598; appeal dismissed, 26 Jul, 647.

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

—Judgment, 6 Apr, 322.

Regina v. Naini (Petitioner):

—Report, 11 Jan, 94.

Regina v. North West Leicestershire District Council and others (Respondents) ex parte Moses (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Jun, 442.

Regina v. Okwuegbunam (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to refer a point of law in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Nov, 881.

Regina v. P and others (Appellants) (On appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Ordered that section 37 of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 shall apply as set out in the Order of the Court of Appeal of 16th May 2000, 24 May, 430; judgment, 8 Jun, 452.

Regina v. Pendleton (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jul, 619.

Regina v. Samms (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Jan, 119; report, 22 May, 419.

Regina v. Sargent (Petitioner):

—Petition for an extension of time within which the appeal may be lodged in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 662.

Regina v. Saunders (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to refer a point of law in accordance with the Criminal Justice Act 1988 referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Nov, 881.

Regina v. Sawoniuk (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; extension of time, 21 Mar, 273; report, 15 Jun, 472.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Employment (Original Appellant and Cross-Respondent) ex parte Seymour-Smith (A.P.) and another (A.P.) (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants):

—Judgment, 17 Feb, 184; ordered that respondents be taxed in accordance with the Legal Aid Act 1988, 3 Apr, 309.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Health and others (Respondents) ex parte Imperial Tobacco Limited and others (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Jan, 85; reports: 18 Jan, 106; 2 Feb, 143; 7 Feb, 150; petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Feb, 203; report, 28 Feb, 204; appeal presented; security for costs waived, 29 Feb, 209; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 11 Apr, 328.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions and another (Appellants) ex parte Spath Holme Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Feb, 185; reports: 15 Jun, 472; 10 Jul, 558; appeal presented, 24 Jul, 625; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

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

—Report, 17 Nov, 5.

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

—Report, 4 Apr, 314.

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

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Nov, 15; legal aid certificate, 19 Jan, 110; judgment, 27 Jan, 130.

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

—Reports: 17 Nov, 5; 11 Apr, 329; appeal presented, 20 Apr, 356; extension of time, 6 Jun, 443; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 13 Jul, 583; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

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

—Reports: 17 Nov, 5; 11 Apr, 329; appeal presented, 20 Apr, 356; extension of time, 5 Jun, 438; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed; extension of time, 13 Jul, 583; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

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

—Extension of time, 10 Jan, 86; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 12 Jan, 97; petition withdrawn, 26 Oct, 761.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 12 Apr, 332; report, 24 Oct, 751.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 23 Nov, 19; report, 7 Dec, 58.

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

—Reports: 12 Jun, 458; 10 Jul, 558; appeal presented, 20 Jul, 619; extensions of time: 2 Oct, 685; 13 Nov, 835.

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

—Judgment, 30 Mar, 304.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360; report, 19 Oct, 740.

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

—Appeal dismissed, 15 Dec, 77.

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

—Appeal presented; legal aid certificate, 8 May, 371; reports: 9 Oct, 706; 28 Nov, 913.

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

—Appeal dismissed, 15 Dec, 77.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Respondent) ex parte Eastaway (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 May, 409; report, 11 Jul, 563; appeal presented, 24 Jul, 625; security for costs waived, 27 Sep, 664; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 2 Oct, 685; judgment, 2 Nov, 798.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Respondent) ex parte Mercury Personal Communications Limited and others and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Nov, 4; petition withdrawn, 12 Apr, 332.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Respondent) ex parte Mercury Personal Communications Limited and others (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 25 Nov, 30; petition withdrawn, 12 Apr, 332.

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

—Reports: 29 Feb, 210; 14 Mar, 251.

Regina v. Sheffield City Council (Respondents) ex parte Low (A.P.) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 506; legal aid certificate, 5 Jul, 543.

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

—Petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Feb, 138; report, 16 Feb, 180; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 6 Mar, 222; judgment, 27 Jul, 654.

Regina v. Sussex Police Authority (Petitioners) ex parte Stewart (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 9 May, 376; report, 2 Nov, 798.

Regina v. Tibbs (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jun, 447; report, 20 Jul, 620.

Regina v. Tuegel (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Jan, 85; report, 23 Feb, 201.

Regina v. Wandsworth County Court (Respondents) ex parte Saldanha (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Nov, 34; report, 4 Apr, 314.

Regina v. Warrington Crown Court ex parte RBNB (a company) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Oct, 761.

Regina v. West Yorkshire Fire and Civil Defence Authority (Petitioners) ex parte Lockwood (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Nov, 803.

Regina v. West Yorkshire Fire and Civil Defence Authority (Petitioners) ex parte McCalman (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Nov, 803.

Regina v. Z (Respondent) (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Judgment, 22 Jun, 496; anonymity, 26 Jun, 506.

Regional Development Agencies Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jul, 656.

Registered Designs Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 38.

Registration and Declaration of Interests:

—See

Declaration and Registration of Interests.

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

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jul, 620.

Registration of Lords' Interests:

—Motion for resolution, partially fatal amendment moved, after debate, agreed to on division; original motion, as amended, agreed to, 10 May, 384.

—See also

Declaration and Registration of Interests.

Registration Service Act 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Dec, 59; 10 Jan, 91; 27 Jul, 655.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Sep, 672; 3 Oct, 692; 10 Oct, 712; 16 Oct, 727.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 9 May, 377; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 25 May, 435; marshalling order, 6 Jun, 444; report from DPDC, 7 Jun, 448; after debate, CWH, amendments made, 12 Jun, 459; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; CWH, amendments made, 19 Jun, 479; after debate, CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 28 Jun, 520, 521; marshalling order, 4 Jul, 537; report received; amendments made, 12 Jul, 573; further considered on report; amendments made, 13 Jul, 585; 3a, amendment made; after debate, passed; returned HC with amendments, 19 Jul, 610; from HC with amendments agreed to, 27 Jul, 657; RA, 28 Jul, 659.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Notification of Authorisations etc.) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 27 Sep, 666; report, 24 Oct, 752; approved, 27 Oct, 767.

Regulatory Impact Assessments:

—Papers (by command): 22 Nov, 15; 26 Jan, 127; 13 Mar, 241.

Representation of the People Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 158; 23 Feb, 201; 13 Apr, 335.

Representation of the People Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 20 Jan, 115; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 31 Jan, 135; marshalling order, 8 Feb, 159; report from DPDC, 9 Feb, 165; CWH, amendments made, 14 Feb, 172; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 15 Feb, 176; report received; amendments made, 29 Feb, 211; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 6 Mar, 223; from HC with amendments agreed to; RA, 9 Mar, 235.

—See also

Declaration and Registration of Interests.

Reserve Forces Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Mar, 231; 14 Mar, 251; 21 Mar, 274; 23 Mar, 281; 4 Apr, 315; 5 Jun, 439; 27 Sep, 672; 18 Oct, 737; 9 Nov, 830.

Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jan, 90.

River Thames:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 23 Feb, 201.

Road Safety:

—Papers (by command): 1 Mar, 214.

—Unstarred question, 13 Mar, 243.

Road Traffic Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 483; 17 Jul, 592.

Road Traffic Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Dec, 52; 5 Jun, 439; 7 Jun, 448; 10 Jul, 559; 24 Jul, 626; 27 Jul, 655; 27 Sep, 671; 10 Oct, 712.

Road Traffic Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 10 Jan, 88, 91; 13 Mar, 242, 243; 20 Mar, 268; 12 Jun, 458; 3 Jul, 531; 27 Sep, 667, 668, 673; 23 Oct, 748.

Road Traffic Casualties:

—Unstarred question, 13 Jun, 465.

Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Sep, 674; 11 Oct, 718.

Road Traffic Reduction Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Nov, 800.

Road Traffic Reduction (National Targets) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jan, 107.

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Apr, 310; 15 May, 397; 18 May, 411; 22 May, 419; 24 May, 430-1; 23 Jun, 502; 20 Jul, 620; 27 Sep, 670.

Road Works:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 5 Apr, 320.

Robertson of Port Ellen, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 3 Feb, 146.

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

—Report, 29 Feb, 210.

Ropaigealach (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Barclays Bank plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 6 Dec, 51; report, 17 Apr, 343.

Roper, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 17 May, 405.

Royal Assent:

—By Commission: 30 Nov, 924 (11 bills, including 1 bill enacted in accordance with the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949);

—By notification:

16 Dec, 83 (1 Bill);

10 Feb, 169 (5 Bills);

9 Mar, 235 (2 Bills);

21 Mar, 273 (1 Bill);

25 May, 435 (4 Bills);

14 Jun, 468 (2 Bills);

20 Jul, 621-2 (9 Bills);

28 Jul, 659-60 (11 Bills, 1 Measure);

23 Nov, 887 (6 Bills).

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

—Extensions of time: 30 Nov, 38; 10 Jan, 86; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 19 Jan, 110; extension of time, 20 Jan, 114; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Feb, 193; petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Jun, 438; report, 29 Jun, 523.

Royal Brompton Hospital National Health Service Trust v. Hammond and others (Petitioners) and Taylor Woodrow Construction (Holdings) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 May, 388.

Royal Parks (Trading) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 23 May, 426; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 21 Jun, 491; CWH, reported without amendment, report received, 5 Jul, 544; 3a; passed, 13 Jul, 585; RA, 20 Jul, 622.

Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation:

—Papers (by command): 25 Oct, 757.

Rugg (suing by his father and next friend Frederick Henry Rugg) (A.P.) (Petitioner) v. Marriott (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 23 Feb, 200; report, 22 Jun, 497.

Russia:

—Unstarred question, 7 Jun, 449.

Safa Limited (Petitioners) v. Banque du Caire SAE (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663.

Safety of Sports Grounds Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jul, 563.

St Albans, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 8 Dec, 62.

Salary Review Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 3 Feb, 146; 15 Feb, 175.

Satellites:

—Papers (per command): 10 Jan, 87.

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

—Extension of time; referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Nov, 10; extension of time, 17 Jan, 103; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Feb, 185.

Schofield (widow and administratrix of the estate of Keith Edward Schofield (deceased)) (Petitioner) v. Saunders & Taylor Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 May, 410.

School Inspections Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Feb, 158; 27 Nov, 901.

School Standards and Framework Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 10 Jan, 88-9, 91; 31 Jan, 135; 9 Feb, 165; 15 Feb, 176; 22 Feb, 193; 28 Feb, 205; 6 Mar, 222; 16 Mar, 263; 27 Mar, 290; 30 Mar, 305; 10 Apr, 326; 18 Apr, 347; 4 May, 368; 5 Jun, 440; 8 Jun, 452; 5 Jul, 544; 10 Jul, 559; 12 Jul, 572; 13 Jul, 584; 17 Jul, 593; 24 Jul, 626; 27 Jul, 656; 27 Sep, 669; 9 Oct, 706; 25 Oct, 757; 9 Nov, 830; 27 Nov, 901; 29 Nov, 919.

School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Mar, 290; 27 Sep, 670; 22 Nov, 881.

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

—Report, 13 Dec, 69.

Science and Innovation:

—Unstarred question, 11 Oct, 718.

Science and Technology:

—Papers (by command): 17 Nov, 6; 3 May, 364; 26 Jul, 647; 3 Oct, 692; 27 Oct, 766; 13 Nov, 835; 20 Nov, 866.

Science and Technology Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Dec, 52; 10 Jan, 91; 17 Jan, 104; 15 Feb, 176; 22 Feb, 194; 28 Feb, 205; 11 Jul, 564; 17 Jul, 593; 18 Jul, 599; 19 Jul, 609; 20 Jul, 621; 24 Jul, 626; 25 Jul, 637.

Science and Technology Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named and to meet en bloc, 6 Dec, 52-3.

—Reports:

1st (Non-Food Crops), 25 Nov, 31; after debate, noted on motion, 3 Mar, 220;

2nd (Meeting with Health and Science Ministers), 7 Dec, 59;

3rd (Science and Society), 23 Feb, 201;

4th (Non-food Crops: Government Response), 4 Apr, 315;

5th (Air Travel and Health), 15 Nov, 852;

6th (Complementary and Alternative Medicine), 21 Nov, 877.

—Evidence printed:

(Complementary and Alternative Medicine), 28 Mar, 296; 14 Apr, 340; 2 May, 361; 17 Apr, 344; 9 May, 377; 18 May, 411; 6 Jun, 443; 14 Jun, 469; 26 Jun, 507; 4 Jul, 537; 10 Jul, 559; 17 Jul, 593; 9 Nov, 830;

(Human Genetic Databases), 6 Nov, 805.

Scotland Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 10 Jan, 89; 23 Mar, 281; 3 May, 365; 15 May, 396.

Scotland Act 1998 (Consequential Modifications) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Jul, 555; report, 11 Jul, 564; after debate, approved, 17 Jul, 593.

Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Adaptation of Functions etc.) (No. 2) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 2 Nov, 799; report, 7 Nov, 811; after debate, approved en bloc, 24 Nov, 898.

Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Adaptation of Functions etc.) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 Mar, 214; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved, 29 Mar, 302.

Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Forestry Commissioners) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Feb, 193; report, 7 Mar, 227; after debate, approved, 14 Mar, 252.

Scotland Act 1998 (Modification of Functions) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 8 May, 371; report, 9 May, 376; after debate, approved, 24 May, 431.

Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedule 4) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 May, 434; report, 13 Jun, 464; after debate, approved, 29 Jun, 525.

Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedule 5) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 8 Nov, 819; withdrawn; second draft laid, 13 Nov, 835; report, 14 Nov, 845; after debate, approved en bloc, 24 Nov, 898.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) (No. 2) Order 1999:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Nov, 25; report, 30 Nov, 39; approved, 9 Dec, 65.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) (No. 2) Order 2000:

— Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 2 Nov, 798; report, 7 Nov, 811; after debate, approved en bloc, 24 Nov, 898.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 8 May, 371; report, 9 May, 377; approved, 24 May, 431.

Scott of Foscote, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 18 Jul, 598.

Scott of Needham Market, Baroness:

—Introduced (life peerage), 15 May, 396.

Scott (Petitioner) v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Nov, 852.

Sea Fish (Conservation) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Mar, 290; 10 May, 383; 8 Jun, 452; 27 Sep, 667.

Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 15; 7 Feb, 151.

Sea Fishing Grants (Charges) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 23 May, 426; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 23 Jun, 503; order of commitment discharged, 10 Jul, 559; 3a; passed, 24 Jul, 627; RA, 28 Jul, 659.

Seabed Areas:

—Papers (by command): 21 Feb, 190.

Secretary of State for Social Security (Respondent) v. Morgan (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 17 Nov, 3, 5.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, legal aid certificate, 28 Jun, 519; reports: 20 Jul, 620; 4 Oct, 698; appeal presented, 5 Oct, 702; petition that appeals be consolidated; ordered as prayed, 6 Nov, 803.

Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) v. Rehman (FC) (Appellant) (Second Appeal):

—Appeal presented, 23 Oct, 747; funding certificate, 26 Oct, 761; petition that appeals be consolidated; ordered as prayed, 6 Nov, 803.

Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Respondent) v. Deverell and another (Petitioner) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Mar, 295; report, 17 Jul, 592.

Security:

—Papers (by command): 31 Jan, 134; 17 Feb, 185; 2 Nov, 798.

Security Services:

—Papers (by command): 4 Jul, 536.

Securum Finance Limited (Respondents) v. Ashton and another (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Jul, 625.

Select Committees:

—Papers (by command): 18 May, 410.

Select Vestries:

—Bill. Presented; pro forma 1a, 17 Nov, 3.

Selection, Committee of:

—Appointed; Lords named, 18 Nov, 11; Lord substituted, 13 Dec, 71.

—Reports:

1st, 22 Nov, 16;

2nd, 2 Dec, 45.

Severn Bridges Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Mar, 227; 9 Mar, 235; 19 Jul, 609; 23 Oct, 748.

Sex Discrimination Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Jan, 119.

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 29 Feb, 211; report from DPDC, 8 Mar, 231; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Apr, 329; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 13 Nov, 836; RA (in accordance with the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949), 30 Nov, 924.

Shanning International Limited (in liquidation) and others (Respondents) v. Rasheed Bank (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Jun, 519.

Shanning International Limited (in liquidation) (Respondents) and others (Petitioners) v. Rasheed Bank (Respondents) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Jul, 598.

Shepherd, Lord (Lord Shepherd of Spalding):

—Introduced (life peerage), 18 Nov, 10.

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

—Report, 14 Dec, 74.

Sherry (Petitioner) v. Gash (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 7 Dec, 57, 58.

Shipping:

—Papers (by command): 17 Nov, 6; 17 Jul, 592; 27 Sep, 665.

Shutt of Greetland, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 16 May, 400.

Sidhu (Petitioner) v. Aerospace Composite Technology Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 506; reports: 2 Nov, 798; 23 Nov, 887.

Single European Currency:

—Unstarred question, 18 Oct, 737.

Sinochem International Oil (London) Co Limited (Petitioners) v. Mobil Sales and Supply Corporation (Respondents) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360; reports: 9 Oct, 705; 28 Nov, 913.

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

—Report, 21 Mar, 274.

Skerritts of Nottingham Limited (Petitioners) v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions and others (Respondents) (First Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 Apr, 322; report, 6 Nov, 803.

Skerritts of Nottingham Limited (Petitioners) v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions and others (Respondents) (Second Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 May, 410; report, 6 Nov, 803-4.

Slater (Respondent) v. Bancroft (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Jan, 85; report, 17 Apr, 343.

Small and Medium Sized Enterprises:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 12 Apr, 333.

Smith (administrator of Cosslett (Contractors) Limited) (Appellant) v. Bridgend County Borough Council (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Feb, 189; reports: 29 Jun, 523; 24 Jul, 625; appeal presented, 27 Sep, 662; extension of time, 8 Nov, 818; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 29 Nov, 918.

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

—Reports: 17 Nov, 5; 13 Dec, 69; petition withdrawn, 10 Jan, 87.

Snowdon, Earl (Lord Armstrong-Jones):

—Introduced (life peerage), 25 Nov, 31.

Social Security:

—Papers (by command): 19 Jan, 110; 31 Jan, 134; 10 Feb, 168; 21 Jun, 490; 28 Jun, 520; 12 Jul, 572; 27 Sep, 665; 29 Sep, 682; 11 Oct, 718; 16 Nov, 861; 30 Nov, 923.

Social Security Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Mar, 262.

Social Security Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Oct, 740.

Social Security Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 11 May, 389.

Social Security Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Jan, 119; 27 Jan, 131.

Social Security Administration Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 15; 10 Jan, 90, 91; 25 Jan, 122; 28 Feb, 205; 8 Mar, 230; 20 Mar, 268; 27 Mar, 290; 19 Apr, 353; 24 May, 430; 13 Jul, 584; 27 Jul, 655; 27 Sep, 667, 671, 672.

Social Security Administration (Northern Ireland) Order 1992:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 16 Mar, 263.

Social Security Amendment (Students) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Jun, 490; report, 27 Jun, 511; after debate, approved, 19 Jul, 610.

Social Security and Child Support (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 May, 383; report, 16 May, 401; after debate, approved, 14 Jun, 470.

Social Security Benefits Up-rating (No. 2) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Nov, 923.

Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 31 Jan, 134; report, 1 Feb, 138; after debate, approved, 15 Feb, 176.

Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 15; 14 Dec, 75; 15 Dec, 78; 10 Jan, 88; 17 Jan, 104; 31 Jan, 135; 22 Feb, 193; 6 Mar, 222; 8 Mar, 230; 9 Mar, 235; 13 Mar, 242, 243; 14 Mar, 251; 15 Mar, 259; 16 Mar, 262-3; 21 Mar, 274; 27 Mar, 290; 10 Apr, 326; 2 May, 361; 16 May, 401; 25 May, 434; 5 Jun, 439; 12 Jun, 458; 11 Jul, 563; 19 Jul, 609; 24 Jul, 626; 27 Jul, 655; 28 Jul, 659; 27 Sep, 666, 667, 669, 670, 671, 673; 29 Sep, 682; 9 Oct, 706; 23 Oct, 748; 27 Oct, 767; 30 Oct, 769; 6 Nov, 805; 7 Nov, 810; 8 Nov, 819.

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

—Papers (per Act): 30 Nov, 38; 31 Jan, 135; 14 Feb, 171; 9 Mar, 234; 13 Mar, 241; 14 Mar, 251; 15 Mar, 259; 16 Mar, 263; 21 Mar, 274; 2 May, 361; 16 May, 401; 27 Sep, 666, 669, 671; 9 Oct, 706; 7 Nov, 810; 27 Nov, 901.

Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds Payments) Order 2001

— Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Nov, 923.

Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds Payments) Order 2000

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 31 Jan, 134; report, 8 Feb, 158; after debate, approved, 14 Mar, 252.

Social Security (Incapacity Benefit) Miscellaneous Amendments Regulations 2000

— Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 6 Nov, 805; report, 14 Nov, 845; after debate, agreed to, 16 Nov, 862.

Social Security (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1977

—Papers (per Act): 16 Feb, 181.

Social Security (New Deal Pilot) Regulations 2000

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Oct, 769; report, 31 Oct, 775; approved, 24 Nov, 898.

Social Security Pensions Act 1975

—Papers (per Act): 9 Mar, 235.

Social Security (Recovery of Benefits) Act 1997

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 836.

Social Security (Work-focused Interviews) Regulations 2000

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 Mar, 214; report, 7 Mar, 227; after debate, approved, 17 Mar, 266.

Space

—Papers (by command): 10 Jan, 87.

Speakers

—See

House of Commons.

Speakers (Judicial):

—Appointed by Commission, 6 Jun, 442.

Special Constabulary:

—Unstarred question, 18 Apr, 347.

Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Procedure) (Amendment) Rules 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 27 Jun, 511; report, 4 Jul, 537; approved, 7 Jul, 555.

Special Procedure Orders:

[Opposed orders are printed in italics.]

—See

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

Devil's Dyke Brighton and Hove Compulsory Rights Order 2000.

Spectrum Shopping Centres Limited (formerly Highland and Universal Properties Limited) (Respondents) v. Safeway Properties Limited (Appellants):

—Extension of time, 2 Oct, 686; appeal dismissed, 13 Nov, 835.

Spending Review 2000:

—Papers (by command): 18 Jul, 599.

Sport:

—Papers (by command): 26 Jan, 127; 23 Mar, 281; 23 Oct, 748; 9 Nov, 829.

Sport in Schools:

—Unstarred question, 1 Mar, 214.

Sports Clubs:

—Unstarred question, 19 Apr, 354.

Standard Chartered Bank (Petitioners) v. Pakistan National Shipping Corporation and others and another (Respondent) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663.

Standard Chartered Bank (Respondents) v. Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663.

Standards in Public Life:

—Papers (by command): 12 Jan, 98; 26 Jul, 647; 16 Nov, 861.

Standing Orders, Companion to the:

—Laid on the Table by the Clerk of the Parliaments, 23 Oct, 747.

Standing Orders (Judicial Business):

—Amended:

SOs V(2), IX, XIII, 10 Oct, 711.

Standing Orders (Private Bills) Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 6 Dec, 53.

Standing Orders (Public Business):

—SO 9 & SO 10 (Hereditary Peers): 25 May, 434;

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

—SO 37 (Short Debates):

Short Debate Rules applied:

1½-hours: 1 Mar, 214; 2-hours: 19 Jan, 111; 22 Mar, 278; 4 Apr, 315; 11 Apr, 329; 7 Jun, 448; 2½-hours: 8 Mar, 231; 15 Mar, 260; 3-hours: 19 Jan, 111; 15 Mar, 260; 22 Mar, 278; 11 Apr, 329; 3½-hours: 9 Feb, 166; 1 Mar, 214; 4 Apr, 315; 4-hours: 8 Mar, 231; 5-hours: 1 Dec, 42; 8 Dec, 62; 1 Feb, 139; 16 Feb, 181; 9 May, 377; 16 May, 401; 14 Jun, 470; 6-hours: 12 Jan, 98.

—SO 40 (Arrangement of the Order Paper):

Dispensed with: 9 Feb, 166; 21 Feb, 190; 30 Mar, 305; 8 May, 372;

Suspended: 27 Nov, 902.

—SO 42 (Postponement and advancement of Motions):

Advancement: 17 Jan, 104.

—SO 46 (No two stages of a bill to be taken on one day):

Dispensed with: 16 Dec, 82; 9 Feb, 166; 17 Mar, 265; 18 Jul, 600; motion to dispense; partially fatal amendment moved, after debate, amendment agreed to on division; original motion as amended agreed to, 25 Jul, 638.

—SO 49 (HC Bills not taken up within twelve sitting days):

Dispensed with: 24 Jul, 627.

—SO 72 (Affirmative Instruments):

Dispensed with: 29 Nov, 35; 16 May, 401.

—Other (Motions to be moved by Chairman of Committees):

23 Nov, 20-2; 6 Dec, 52-4; 24 Jul, 627.

Starling (Petitioner) v. Lloyds Bank TSB plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Nov, 34; report, 17 Apr, 343.

Statistics: Framework for National Statistics:

—Papers (by command): 7 Jun, 447.

Statutory Instruments:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Mar, 301.

—Notification that statutory instruments had come into operation before being laid before Parliament: 30 Nov, 39; 16 Mar, 263; 6 Jun, 443.

Statutory Instruments and Human Rights:

—Unstarred question, 10 Jan, 92.

Statutory Instruments Joint Committee:

—Motion on desirability of appointing Joint Committee, agreed to; Lords' members named en bloc, 23 Nov, 20; Lords substituted en bloc, 6 Dec, 53; Lord substituted, 25 Jul, 638.

—Reports:

1st, 23 Nov, 19;2nd, 30 Nov, 39;3rd, 7 Dec, 59;4th, 14 Dec, 75;5th, 11 Jan, 95;6th, 18 Jan, 107;7th, 25 Jan, 122;8th, 1 Feb, 138;9th, 8 Feb, 158;10th, 15 Feb, 176;11th, 29 Feb, 211;12th, 7 Mar, 227;13th, 14 Mar, 252;14th, 28 Mar, 296;15th, 4 Apr, 315;16th, 11 Apr, 329;17th, 18 Apr, 347;18th, 9 May, 376;19th, 16 May, 401;20th, 23 May, 426;21st, 13 Jun, 464;22nd, 20 Jun, 483;23rd, 27 Jun, 511;24th, 4 Jul, 537;25th, 11 Jul, 564;26th, 18 Jul, 599;27th, 25 Jul, 637;28th, 24 Oct, 752;29th, 31 Oct, 775;30th, 7 Nov, 811;31st, 14 Nov, 845;32nd, 21 Nov, 877;33rd, 28 Nov, 913;Special Report, 26 Jul, 648.

—Minutes of proceedings printed:

Session 1998-99, 23 Nov, 20.

Statutory Nuisances (Hedgerows in Residential Areas) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 30 Nov, 39; report from DPDC, 15 Dec, 79; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Jan, 95; CWH, amendment made; reported with an amendment, 3 May, 365.

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

—Judgment, 18 May, 409.

Stewart (Petitioner) v. Engel and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

Stock Exchanges:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 24 May, 431.

Stocznia Gdanska SA (Respondents) v. Latreefers Inc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Mar, 226; report, 22 Jun, 497.

Storer (Respondent) v. BG plc (formerly British Gas plc) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Mar, 295; report, 29 Jun, 524.

Strategic Export Controls:

—Papers (by command): 14 Jul, 588.

Street Works Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 15 May, 397; report from DPDC, 24 May, 431; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 30 Jun, 529; order of commitment discharged, 17 Jul, 593; 3a, privilege amendment made; passed; sent HC, 19 Jul, 610.

Streets:

—Order to prevent stoppages in; renewed, 17 Nov, 3.

Student Loan Scheme:

—Unstarred question, 15 Dec, 79.

Sub Judice:

—See

Matters Sub Judice.

Succession to the Crown (Amendment):

—Motion that an Humble Address be presented to HM; after debate, disagreed to on division, 2 Dec, 46.

Superannuation Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Dec, 75; 10 Jan, 89; 20 Jan, 114; 29 Feb, 210; 8 Mar, 231; 9 Mar, 234-5; 13 Mar, 243; 20 Mar, 268; 30 Mar, 305; 10 Apr, 325; 2 May, 361; 5 Jun, 439; 3 Jul, 531; 27 Sep, 673, 674; 20 Oct, 745; 13 Nov, 835.

Supreme Court Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Nov, 35; 8 Mar, 231; 4 Apr, 314; 6 Jun, 443; 12 Jun, 459; 27 Jul, 655; 27 Sep, 667; 9 Oct, 706; 8 Nov, 819.

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

—Reports: 7 Dec, 57; 2 Feb, 143.

Suspension of Hospital Medical Practitioners Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 22 Feb, 194; report from DPDC, 8 Mar, 231; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 12 Apr, 333; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 24 May, 431; report received, 16 Jun, 476; 3a; passed; sent HC, 23 Jun, 503.

Task Forces:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 23 Feb, 201.

Tax Credits Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Dec, 52.

Tax Credits Up-rating Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Mar, 219; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved, 29 Mar, 302.

Taxes Management Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Dec, 70; 9 Feb, 165; 23 Oct, 748.

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

—Judgment, 11 May, 388.

Teachers:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 26 Jan, 128.

Teachers' Pay:

—Unstarred question, 10 Apr, 326.

Teachers' Pension (Employers' Supplementary) Regulations 2000:

—Papers (by Statutory Instrument): 30 Mar, 305.

Teaching and Higher Education Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Mar, 301; 3 Apr, 310; 10 Apr, 326; 19 Apr, 353; 4 May, 368; 5 Jun, 439; 7 Jun, 448; 27 Sep, 668, 669; 31 Oct, 774; 20 Nov, 866.

Telecommunications Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Dec, 58, 59; 15 Dec, 78; 31 Jan, 135; 8 Mar, 230, 231; 5 Jul, 544; 23 Oct, 748; 23 Oct, 748-9; 25 Oct, 757.

Television Licences (Disclosure of Information) Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Jul, 626.

Television Licences (Disclosure of Information) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 23 May, 426; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 15 Jun, 473; CWH, reported without amendment, 3 Jul, 532; report received, 13 Jul, 585; 3a; passed, 19 Jul, 610; RA, 20 Jul, 622.

Tengerakis and another (Petitioners) v. London Borough of Haringey (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jun, 483.

Terrorism:

—Papers (by command): 23 Mar, 281.

Terrorism Act 2000 (Video recording of interviews) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 Nov, 791; report, 7 Nov, 811; after debate, approved, 24 Nov, 898.

Terrorism Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 20 Mar, 269; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 6 Apr, 323; report from DPDC, 12 Apr, 332; marshalling order, 13 Apr, 336; report from DPDC, 19 Apr, 353; CWH, amendments made, 16 May, 402; 23 May, 427; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 6 Jun, 444; report received; amendments made, 20 Jun, 483; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 4 Jul, 537; from HC with amendments agreed to, 11 Jul, 564; RA, 20 Jul, 621.

Thames Safety Inquiry:

—Papers (by command): 2 Dec, 45.

Theatres:

—Unstarred question, 5 Oct, 702.

Third Way Policies:

—Unstarred question, 31 Oct, 775.

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):

—Petition to adduce evidence on the implementation of the first banking directive in the domestic law of Member States of the European Community referred to Appeal Committee; petition to adduce an affidavit referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Nov, 10; report, 24 Nov, 25; judgment, 18 May, 409.

Tierney (Petitioner) v. Crown Estate Commissioners (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Nov, 829.

Tobin Tax:

—Unstarred question, 8 Jun, 453.

Tourism:

—Unstarred question, 28 Sep, 679.

Tourism and the Euro:

—Unstarred question, 2 May, 361.

Tourism and the Rural Economy:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 5 Apr, 320.

Town and Country Parks:

—Papers (by command): 13 Jan, 100.

Town and Country Planning Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Mar, 241; 12 Jun, 459; 27 Jun, 511; 27 Sep, 671; 27 Nov, 901.

Trade:

—Papers (by command): 24 Jul, 626.

Trade Marks Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Jan, 127.

Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jan, 91; 11 Jan, 95; 13 Jan, 101; 9 Mar, 235; 11 May, 389; 12 May, 394; 23 May, 426; 5 Jun, 439; 7 Jun, 448; 24 Jul, 626; 27 Jul, 656; 27 Sep, 670; 24 Oct, 751.

Transatlantic Flights:

—Unstarred question, 13 Jan, 101.

Transfer of Prisoners:

—Papers (by command); 13 Apr, 335.

Transport:

—Papers (by command): 18 Nov, 10; 16 Dec, 82; 2 May, 360; 4 May, 368; 15 Jun, 473; 20 Jul, 620; 11 Oct, 717; 25 Oct, 757; 27 Oct, 767; 6 Nov, 804; 23 Nov, 887; 30 Nov, 923.

Transport Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Nov, 6; 29 Nov, 35; 5 Apr, 319; 11 Jul, 564.

Transport and Works Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Sep, 670.

Transport Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 12 May, 394; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 5 Jun, 440; marshalling order, 7 Jun, 449; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; moved that order of commitment of 5th June be discharged and bill be committed to GC; that the bill as amended in GC be recommitted to CWH and that the marshalling order of 7th June relate to the GC, after debate, agreed to, 20 Jun, 483; GC, amendments made; reported with amendments; recommitted to CWH, 27 Jun, 512, 517; marshalling order, 29 Jun, 524-5; CWH, 6 Jul, 552; 10 Jul, 559; CWH, amendment made, 17 Jul, 593; CWH, amendment made, reported with amendments, 26 Jul, 648; marshalling order, 28 Sep, 678-9; report from DPDC, 10 Oct, 712; considered on report; amendments made, 26 Oct, 762; further considered on report; amendments made, 30 Oct, 770; 2 Nov, 801; report from DPDC, 7 Nov, 811; Queen's consent; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 9 Nov, 830; from HC with certain amendments disagreed to with reasons; remaining amendments agreed to, 16 Nov, 862; HC reasons considered; an HL amendment insisted on; further amendments insisted on; Committee appointed to propose a reason for such insistence; Committee reported; report agreed to; remaining amendment not insisted on and amendments in lieu agreed to; bill returned HC with amendments and reason, 27 Nov, 902; from HC with HL amendments in lieu agreed to and remaining HL amendments disagreed to but with amendments proposed in lieu; HC amendments considered; a motion to insist on an HL amendment disagreed to; remaining HC amendments agreed to, 29 Nov, 919; RA, 30 Nov, 924.

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

—From HC (pursuant to resolution); 1a; 2a pro forma; committed to UBC, 24 Nov, 26; reported from UBC without amendments, 16 Feb, 181; 3a; passed, 28 Feb, 205; RA, 9 Mar, 235.

Transport (Scotland) Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Sep, 675.

Treasure Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Mar, 290.

Treasury, HM:

—Papers (by command): 11 Apr, 329.

Treaties:

—Papers (by command): 19 Jul, 609.

Treaty Series:

—Papers (by command): 17 Jan, 103; 29 Mar, 301; 2 May, 360; 13 Oct, 725.

Tribunals and Inquiries Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Dec, 75; 27 Jun, 511.

Triffitt Nurseries (a firm) and others (Petitioners) v. Salads Etcetera Limited (in administrative receivership) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Jun, 438; report, 6 Nov, 804.

Trustee Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 20 Jan, 114; report from DPDC, 9 Feb, 165; after debate, 2a; committed to GC, 14 Apr, 340; GC, amendments made; reported with amendments, 7 Jun, 449; report received; amendments made, 23 Jun, 503; Queen's and Prince of Wales' consents; 3a, amendments made; passed; sent HC, 29 Jun, 525; from HC agreed to, 8 Nov, 819; RA, 23 Nov, 887.

Trustor (a Swedish limited company) (Respondents) v. Smallbone (Petitioner) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Jul, 591.

Turkey:

—Papers (by command): 27 Sep, 665.

Turkey: EU Membership:

—Unstarred question, 25 Jul, 638.

Turkington and others (practising as McCartan Turkington Breen) (Respondents) v. Times Newspapers Limited (Appellants):

—Judgment, 2 Nov, 798.

Turnberg, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 9 May, 376.

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

—Report, 3 Feb, 146.

Turner (Respondent) v. Grovit and others (Appellants):

—Reports: 2 Mar, 217; 17 Apr, 343; appeal presented, 2 May, 359; extension of time, 13 Jun, 464; set down for hearing referred to Appellate Committee, 27 Sep, 664.

Twinn (Petitioner) v. Society of Lloyd's (Respondents) (First Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360.

Twinn (Petitioner) v. Society of Lloyd's (Respondents) (Second Petition):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 May, 360.

Twinsectra Limited (Respondents) v. Yardley and others (Appellants) (First Appeal):

—Appeal presented, 17 Nov, 3; extensions of time: 10 Jan, 86; 7 Feb, 150; 20 Mar, 268; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 22 Mar, 277; extensions of time: 10 May, 382; 17 May, 405; extension of time; referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jun, 469; report, 18 Jul, 598; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 19 Jul, 608.

Twinsectra Limited (Respondents) v. Yardley and others (Appellants) (Second Appeal):

—Appeal presented, 17 Nov, 3; extensions of time: 10 Jan, 86; 7 Feb, 150; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 22 Mar, 277; extensions of time: 10 May, 382; 17 May, 405; extension of time; referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jun, 469; report, 18 Jul, 598; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 19 Jul, 608.

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

—Extensions of time: 17 Nov, 4; 6 Dec, 51; petition that appeals be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 19 Jan, 110; extension of time, 20 Jan, 113; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Feb, 193; petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Jun, 438; report, 29 Jun, 523.

Uganda:

—Papers (by command): 4 Jul, 536.

Ukraine:

—Papers (by command): 2 May, 360.

Uncertificated Securities (Amendment) Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 12 May, 394; report, 16 May, 401; after debate, approved en bloc, 21 Jun, 491.

United Nations:

—Papers (by command): 24 Jul, 626.

United Nations Act 1946:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 31; 10 Jan, 90; 20 Apr, 357; 25 May, 434; 15 Jun, 473; 13 Jul, 584.

United Nations Peacekeeping Operations:

—Unstarred question, 3 Jul, 532.

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

—Report, 29 Feb, 210.

United Reformed Church Bill [HL]:

—HL bill. Presented (pursuant to resolution); 1a; remaining stages pro forma; sent HC, 22 Nov, 16; Attorney-General's report, 10 Jan, 91; from HC agreed to, 18 Jan, 107; RA, 10 Feb, 169.

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

—Appeal dismissed, 17 Nov, 4; petition for leave to have appeal restored referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Dec, 78; report, 20 Jan, 114; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 28 Feb, 204; judgment, 20 Jul, 619.

Universities:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 8 Dec, 62.

Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923:

—Papers (per Act): 1 Dec, 42; 6 Dec, 52; 9 Dec, 65; 18 Jan, 106; 28 Feb, 205; 20 Mar, 268; 6 Apr, 323; 2 May, 361; 25 May, 434; 5 Jun, 439; 26 Jun, 506; 23 Oct, 748; 21 Nov, 876; 27 Nov, 901; 28 Nov, 913.

Unstarred Questions:

[Questions marked with an asterisk are “dinner break” questions ie 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

*Agriculture: IACS Payments;

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty;

*Arts and Entertainment in a Multicultural Society;

Asylum Seekers;

*Bank of England and Foreign Exchange Markets; *Betting on Horse Racing; *Blood Products; Effects Of Contamination; *British History;

CJD;

Central Africa;

Child Poverty;

Children and HIV/AIDS;

Children's Refuges;

*Clothing and Textile Industry; *Cricket; *Crohn's Disease;

Defence Evaluation Research Agency;

Defence Medical Services;

Delegated Legislation;

*Dental Sedation;

Diabetics: Fitness to Drive;

Digital Broadcasting to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing;

Disabled People;

Disabled People: Worldwide Charter;

*Dyslexia; *Education in County Durham; *Environmental Court;

Environmentally Friendly Fuels for Vehicles;

*Epilepsy;

Eritrea and Ethiopia;

European Southern Observatory;

Export of Works of Art;

*Football: Commercial Issues;

Gulf War Illnesses;

Hedges;

*Hepatitis C; *Housing; *Human Rights in Burma;

Indonesia;

International Development: Anti-Poverty Strategy;

*Iraq; *Kosovo; *Latin America Trade;

Legal Aid: Gulf War Veterans And Sheep Farmers;

Link Bank Network;

Lisbon Special European Council;

*Lone Parents;

Manufacturing Industry;

Maternity Services;

Middle East;

*Millennium Dome; *Mutual Companies;

Myra Hindley;

*National Health Service: Infection Control;

National Health Service: New Life for Health;

*National Health Service: Patient Advocate and Liaison;

Northern Ireland;

*Park Home Owners;

Penal Policy;

Personal Pensions;

*Prison Education; *Queen's Speech; *Road Safety; *Road Traffic Casualties;

Russia;

*Science and Innovation; *Single European Currency; *Special Constabulary;

Sport in Schools;

Sports Clubs;

*Statutory Instruments and Human Rights;

Student Loan Scheme;

Teachers' Pay;

*Theatres; *Third Way Policies; *Tobin Tax;

Tourism;

Tourism and the Euro;

*Transatlantic Flights; *Turkey: EU Membership;

United Nations Peacekeeping Operations;

*Vaccine Damage;

Voluntary Service;

Wales: Devolution;

Wandsworth Prison;

Women Parliamentarians;

*Zimbabwe Pensioners.

Uratemp Ventures Limited (Respondents) v. Collins (A.P.) (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 26 Jan, 127; reports: 22 Jun, 497; 18 Jul, 598; appeal presented, 27 Sep, 662; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 8 Nov, 818.

Urban Development:

—Papers (by command): 16 Nov, 861.

Utilities Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Oct, 702; 6 Nov, 804.

Utilities Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 20 Apr, 357; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 4 May, 368; reports from DPDC: 24 May, 431; 7 Jun, 448; marshalling order, 8 Jun, 453; CWH, amendments made, 13 Jun, 465; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 21 Jun, 491; marshalling order, 29 Jun, 525; report from DPDC, 4 Jul, 537; report received; amendments made, 5 Jul, 544; 3a, amendments made; passed; returned HC with amendments, 11 Jul, 564; from HC with amendments agreed to; RA, 28 Jul, 659, 660.

Vaccine Damage:

—Unstarred question, 28 Jun, 520.

Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 Statutory Sum Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Jul, 543; report, 11 Jul, 564; after debate, approved, 17 Jul, 593.

Various Acts (Relating to the National Loans Fund):

—Papers (per Acts): 3 May, 365.

Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 22 May, 419.

Victor Chandler International (Petitioners) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Mar, 273; report, 29 Jun, 524.

Video Recordings Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 24 May, 431.

Visas:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jul, 563; 12 Jul, 572.

Voluntary Service:

—Unstarred question, 5 Jul, 544.

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

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 15 Dec, 77; judgment, 16 Mar, 262.

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

—Extension of time; original appeal withdrawn, 15 Dec, 77.

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

—Judgment, 6 Apr, 322.

Wales:

—Papers (by command): 6 Jul, 551.

Wales: Devolution:

—Unstarred question, 21 Feb, 190.

Walker and others (Petitioners) v. Stones and another and other (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663.

Walker and others (Respondents) v. Stones (Petitioner) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 663.

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

—Judgment, 6 Apr, 322.

Walmsley, Baroness:

—Introduced (life peerage), 23 May, 425.

Wandsworth Prison:

—Unstarred question, 16 Feb, 181.

Warm Homes and Energy Conservation Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 24 Jul, 627; report from DPDC, 10 Oct, 712; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 13 Oct, 725; order of commitment discharged, 27 Oct, 767; 3a; passed, 16 Nov, 862; RA, 23 Nov, 887.

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

—Reports: 4 Apr, 314; 16 May, 401; appeal presented, 5 Jun, 437; extension of time, 10 Jul, 558.

Waste:

—Papers (by command): 25 May, 434.

Water Bill:

—Papers (by command): 6 Nov, 804.

Water Industry Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Nov, 10; 10 Jan, 89; 6 Mar, 222; 11 May, 389; 20 Jul, 620; 27 Sep, 670.

Water Industry Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Mar, 220.

Water Resources Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Mar, 281.

Water Undertakers (Rateable Values) (England) Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 29 Feb, 210; report, 7 Mar, 227; approved en bloc, 17 Mar, 265.

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

—Judgment, 27 Jul, 653.

Weights and Measures Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Feb, 185; 3 Apr, 310.

Welfare of Farmed Animals Regulations 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Jun, 479; report, 27 Jun, 511; after debate, approved, 14 Jul, 588.

Welfare Reform and Pensions Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 31; 19 Apr, 353; 12 May, 394; 27 Oct, 767; 13 Nov, 835; 20 Nov, 867.

Welsh (Respondent) v. Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Greenwich (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Sep, 662.

West Indies Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 25 May, 434.

West Sussex Properties Limited (Respondents) v. Chichester District Council (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Jul, 654.

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

—Report, 24 Nov, 25; appeal presented, 8 Dec, 62; extension of time, 31 Jan, 134; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 28 Feb, 204.

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

—Extension of time, 30 Nov, 38; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 10 Jan, 85; petition to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jan, 94; report, 27 Jan, 131.

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

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Nov, 4; judgment, 26 Oct, 761.

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

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Nov, 4; judgment, 26 Oct, 761.

Wildlife:

—Papers (by command): 10 Jan, 87.

Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Mar, 305.

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

—Judgment, 22 Jun, 496.

Wilkinson (FC) (Petitioner) v. Chief Adjudication Officer (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; funding certificate, 4 Jul, 536; report, 29 Nov, 918.

Williamson (Petitioner) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time; fee waived; referred to Appeal Committee; report, 17 Jul, 591, 592.

Windlesham, Lord (Lord Hennessy):

—Introduced (life peerage), 22 Nov, 14.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Mar, 230; 10 Apr, 326; 27 Sep, 672.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Apr, 326.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 31; 9 Dec, 65; 27 Jun, 511; 28 Jul, 659.

Wireless Telegraphy (Television Licence Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2000:

—Motion for annulment; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Mar, 302.

Wireless Telegraphy (Television Licence Fees) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 25 May, 435; report from DPDC, 14 Jun, 469; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 15 Jun, 473; CWH, amendment made; reported with an amendment, 3 Jul, 532; report received, 29 Sep, 682; 3a; passed; sent HC, 10 Oct, 712.

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

—Judgment, 6 Apr, 322.

Women Parliamentarians:

—Unstarred question, 11 Apr, 330.

Woolwich plc (Respondents) v. Gomm (A.P.) (Petitioner) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 17 Mar, 265; report, 22 Jun, 497.

Works of Art:

—Papers (by command): 18 Jan, 106; 26 Jun, 506.

World Trade Organisation:

—Papers (by command): 23 May, 426.

Youth Justice Board for England and Wales Order 2000:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 27 Mar, 290; withdrawn; second draft laid, 3 Apr, 310; report, 4 Apr, 315; after debate, approved, 13 Apr, 336.

Zimbabwe Pensioners:

—Unstarred question, 27 Jun, 512.

Zoan (Petitioner) v. Rouamba (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Feb, 203; petition withdrawn, 9 Oct, 705.