House of Lords Journal 235 (Session 2001-02)

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Abbreviations:
1a; 2a; 3a; First, second,third readings
CWHCommittee of the Whole House
DPRRCDelegated Powers and Regulatory Reform
 Committee
GCGrand Committee
HCHouse of Commons
HLHouse of Lords
HMHer Majesty
JCCBJoint Committee on Consolidation Bills
JCSIJoint Committee on Statutory Instruments
RARoyal Assent
SOStanding Order
UBCUnopposed Bill Committee

A (a male) (Petitioner) v. B (a company) (Respondents) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Mar, 593; reports, 29 Apr, 653; 30 May, 758.

Abergavenny, Marquessate of:

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 20 May, 731; report; details entered on the register of hereditary peers, 12 Jun, 772.

Abortion Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Mar, 594.

Access to Justice Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Jul, 95; 14 Sep, 151; 8 Oct, 162; 12 Nov, 244; 26 Nov, 288; 18 Mar, 558; 20 Mar, 571; 25 Mar, 582; 18 Apr, 624; 11 Jul, 889; 22 Jul, 918; 24 Sep, 964.

Ace Insurance SA-NV (formerly Cigna Insurance Company of Europe SA-NV) (Appellants) v. Zurich Insurance Company and others (Respondents):

—Report, 20 Jun, 19; appeal presented, 4 Jul, 69; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 11 Oct, 165; petition that appeal be withdrawn on the terms agreed between the parties ordered as prayed, 13 May, 688.

Actionstrength Limited (t/a Vital Resources (formerly t/a Morson Alltrades)) (company number 2761631) (Appellants) v. International Glass engineering In.Gl.En. SpA and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Nov, 242; reports, 12 Mar, 542; 18 Apr, 623; appeal presented, 2 May, 667; extension of time, 3 Jul, 848; 4 Jul, 857; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 11 Jul, 889.

Acts of Parliament: Drafting:

—Unstarred question, 10 Dec, 341.

Adams (AP) (Petitioner) v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent):

—Report, 20 Jun, 20.

Addresses:

—See Motions.

Adebowale, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 24 Oct, 199.

Adjacent Waters Boundaries (Northern Ireland) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Feb, 455; report, 12 Feb, 464; after debate, approved, 26 Feb, 508.

Administration of Justice Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148.

Adoption Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 151.

Adoption and Children Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 21 May, 737; explanatory notes printed, 22 May, 740; report from DPRRC, 29 May, 754; after debate, 2a; committed to GC, 10 Jun, 765; marshalling order, 18 Jun, 790; GC, 24 Jun, 810; 27 Jun, 833; GC, amendment made, 2 Jul, 845; 4 Jul, 861; 11 Jul, 892; 15 Jul, 898; GC, amendments made; reported with amendments, 18 Jul, 913, 914; motion to re-commit to CWH; after debate, withdrawn, 25 Jul, 948; marshalling order, 9 Oct, 985; report received; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments made, 14 Oct, 1000; report from DPRRC; further considered on report; amendments made; amendment agreed to on division, 16 Oct, 1012; further considered on report; amendments made; amendment agreed to on division; an amendment was moved, objected to on question, the numbers being equal on division, the amendment disagreed to pursuant to SO 56; further considered on report; amendments made, 23 Oct, 1036; report from JCHR, 28 Oct, 1048; report from DPRRC; 3a, amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division; passed; sent HC with amendments, 30 Oct, 1065; from HC on 4 November with certain HL amendments disagreed to with amendments in lieu; further amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining amendments agreed to; HC amendments printed pursuant SO 50; HC amendments considered; certain HL amendments insisted on division and HC amendments in lieu agreed to; certain other HL amendments not insisted on and HC amendments in lieu agreed to; HC amendments to remaining HL amendments agreed to, 5 Nov, 1100; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Affirmative Instruments:

[Hybrid instruments and deregulation instruments are listed separately]

—See

Adjacent Waters Boundaries (Northern Ireland) Order 2002;

Air Navigation (Environmental Standards) Order 2002;

Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Acts (Continuation) Order 2002;

Asylum Support (Repeal) Order 2002;

Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (Schedule 4) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Carriage by Air Acts (Application of Provisions) Order 2001;

Carriage by Air Acts (Implementation of the Montreal Convention 1999) Order 2001;

Child Support Appeals (Jurisdiction of Courts) Order 2002;

Child Support (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002;

Child Support (Temporary Compensation Payment Scheme) (Modification and Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Child Tax Credit Regulations 2002;

Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Laying Hens;

Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Mean Chickens and Breeding Chickens;

Community Legal Service (Cost Protection) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 2001;

Companies (Competent Authority) (Fees) Regulations 2002;

Companies (Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Companies (Particulars of Usual Residential Address) (Confidentiality Orders) Regulations 2002;

Contracting Out (Functions in relation to Applications for Patents) Order 2002;

Contracting Out (Functions in relation to Apsley House) Order 2002;

Contracting Out (Functions of Local Authorities: Income-Related Benefits) Order 2002;

Contracting Out (Local Education Authority Functions) (England) Order 2002;

Contracting out of Functions (Tribunal Staff) Order 2001;

Court of Appeal (Appeals from Pathogens Access Appeal Commission) Rules 2002;

Court of Appeal (Appeals from Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission) Rules 2002;

Criminal Defence Service (Representation Order Appeals) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Criminal Injuries Compensation (Northern Ireland) Order 2002;

Criminal Justice Act 1988 (Offensive Weapons) Order 2002;

Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (Amendment) Order 2002;

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 (Modification) Order 2001;

Data Protection (Processing of Sensitive Personal Data) (Elected Representatives) Order 2002;

Dental Auxiliaries (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Dentists Act 1984 (Amendment) Order 2001;

Dentists Act 1984 (Dental Auxiliaries) Order 2002;

Directors' Remuneration Report Regulations 2002;

Driving Licences (Disqualification until Test Passed) (Prescribed Offence) Order 2001;

Drug Abstinence Order (Responsible Officer) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Electricity and Gas (Determination of turnover for Penalties) Order 2002;

Electricity and Gas (Energy Efficiency Obligations) Order 2001;

Employment (Northern Ireland) Order 2002;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Agreement on Trade, Development and Co-operation between the European Community and its Member States and the Republic of South Africa) Order 2002;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (European School) Order 2001;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation) Order 2001;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Partnership Agreement between the Members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States and the European Community and its Member States (the Cotonou Agreement) Order 2001;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Republic of Croatia;

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Order 2002;

European Communities (Immunities and Privileges of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation) Order 2001;

European Communities (Privileges of the European School) Order 2001;

European Union Extradition (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

European Union Extradition Regulations 2002;

Financial Services and markets Act 2000 (Electronic Commerce Directive) Order 2002;

Financial Services and markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) (Amendment) (Electronic Commerce Directive) Order 2002;

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2002;

Fishing Vessels (Decommissioning) (England) Scheme 2001;

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002;

Flags Regulations (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) 2002;

Football (Disorder) (Duration of Powers) Order 2001;

Freedom of Information (Designation of Persons as Public Authorities) Order 2002;

Functions of Traffic Wardens (Amendment) order 2002;

Gaming Clubs (Banker's Games) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Greater London Authority (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Guaranteed Minimum Pensions Increase Order 2002;

Health Professions Order 2001;

Health Service (Control of Patient Information) Regulations 2002;

Home-Grown Cereals Authority Levy (Variation) Scheme (Approval) Order 2001;

Homelessness (Priority Need for Accommodation) (England) Order 2002;

Horticultural Development Council (Amendment) Order 2002;

Human Rights Act 1998 (Designated Derogation) Order 2001;

Immigration (Entry Otherwise than by Sea or Air) Order 2002;

Immigration (Leave to Enter) Order 2001;

Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order 2002;

Industrial Training Levy (Engineering Construction Board) Order 2002;

Insider Dealing (Securities and Regulated Markets) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Insolvency Act 1986 (Amendment) (No. 3) Regulations 2002;

International Criminal Court (Immunities and Privileges) Order 2001;

International Maritime Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 2002;

Intervention Board for Agriculture Produce (Abolition) Regulations 2001;

Landfill (England and Wales) Regulations 2002; Life Sentences (Northern Ireland Consequential Amendments) Order 2001;

Life Sentences (Northern Ireland Consequential Amendments) Order 2001;

Life Sentences (Northern Ireland) Order 2001;

Limited Liability Partnerships (Competent Authority) (Fees) Regulations 2002;

Limited Liability Partnerships (No. 2) Regulations 2002;

Limited Liability Partnerships (Particulars of Usual Residential Address) (Confidentiality Orders) Regulations 2002;

Local Authorities (Conduct of Referendums) (England) (amendment) Regulations 2002;

Local Authorities (Contracting Out of Highway Functions) (England) Order 2001;

Local Authorities (Mayoral Elections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2002;

Local Elections (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Local Government Commission for England (Transfer of Functions) Order 2001;

Maternity and Parental Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2001;

Maternity and Parental Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Maximum Number of Judges Order 2002;

Ministerial and other Salaries Order 2001;

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (Dissolution) Order 2002;

Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 (Modification) Order 2001;

National Assembly for Wales (Representation of the People) (Amendment) Order 2002;

National Assembly for Wales (Transfer of Functions) Order 2001;

National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2001;

National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Amendment of Enactment) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Designation of Public Authorities) Order 2002;

Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Modification of enactments) Order 2002;

Northern Ireland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Modification) Order 2002;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Restoration of Devolved Government) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Suspension of Devolved Government) Order 2002;

Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections) Order 2001;

Northern Ireland Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2002;

Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specified Organisations) Order 2001;

Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001;

Offshore Chemicals Regulations 2002;

Offshore Installations (Emergency Pollution Control) Regulations 2002;

Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (Immunities and Privileges) Order 2001;

Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Paternity and Adoption Leave Regulations 2002;

Pathogens Access Appeal Commission (Procedure) Rules 2002;

Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers' Compensation) (Payment of Claims) (Amendment) Regulations 2001;

Police Act 1997(Enhanced Criminal Record Certificates) (Protection of Vulnerable Adults) Regulations 2002;

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Visual Recording of Interviews) Order 2002;

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Drug Testing of Persons in Police Detention) (Prescribed Persons) Regulations 2001;

Police Emblems and Flags Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002;

Police (Northern Ireland) Order 2001;

Postal Services Act 2000 (Determination of Turnover for Penalties) (Amendment) Order 2001;

Postal Services Act 2000 (Modification of Section 7) Order 2002;

Potato Industry Development Council (Amendment) Order 2002;

Registered Designs Regulations 2001;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Communications Data: Additional Public Authorities) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Covert Human Intelligence Sources: Code of Practice) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Covert Surveillance: Code of Practice) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Designation of Public Authorities for the Purposes of Intrusive Surveillance) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Directed Surveillance and Covert Human Intelligence Sources: Additional Public Authorities) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Interception of Communications: Code of Practice) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Maintenance of Interception Capability) Order 2002;

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Technical Advisory Board) Order 2001;

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Release of Short-term Prisoners on Licence (amendment of Requisite Period) order 2002;

Renewables Obligation Order 2002;

Representation of the People (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (England and Wales) Regulations 2001;

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2001;

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Scotland) Regulations 2001;

Representation of the People (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Representation of the People (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Road Traffic (Vehicle Emissions) (Fixed Penalty) (England) Regulations 2002;

Schedule 7 to the Terrorism Act 2000 (information) Order 2002;

Scotland Act 1998 (Cross-Border Public Authorities) (Adaptation of Functions etc.) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Scotland Act 1998 (Modifications of Schedule 5) Order 2002;

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) (No. 2) Order 2001;

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2002;

Scottish Parliament (Elections etc.) Order 2002;

Sea Fisheries (Northern Ireland) Order 2002;

Social Security Administration Act 1992 (Amendment) Order 2002;

Social Security Amendment (Intercalating Students) Regulations 2002;

Social Security and Child Support (Decisions and Appeals) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002;

Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 2002;

Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds Payments) Order 2002;

Social Security (Electronic Communications) (Child Benefit) Order 2002;

Social Security (Literacy etc. Skills Training Pilot) Regulations 2001;

Social Security (Loss of Benefit) Regulation 2001;

Special Educational Needs Code of Practice;

Specialised Agencies of the United Nations (Immunities and Privileges) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Specialised Agencies of the United Nations (Immunities and Privileges of UNESCO) Order 2001;

State Pension Credit Regulations 2002;

Statutory Paternity Pay and Statutory Adoption Pay (Weekly Rates) Regulations 2002;

Street Works (Charges for Occupation of the Highway) (England) Regulations 2001;

Sub-Post Office Start-Up Capital Subsidy Scheme Order 2001;

Tax Credits (Decisions and Appeals) (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Tax Credits (Definition and Calculation of Income) Regulations 2002;

Tax Credits (Income Thresholds and Determination of Rates) Regulations 2002;

Tax Credits Up-rating Order 2002;

Terrorism Act 2000 (Cessation of effect of Section 76) Order 2002;

Terrorism Act 2000 (Continuance of Part VII) Order 2002;

Terrorism Act 2000 (Enforcement of External Orders) Order 2001;

Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2001;

Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2002;

Transport Act 2000 (Consequential Amendments) Order 2001;

Transport (Scotland) Act 2001 (Conditions Attached to PSV Operator's Licence and Competition Test for Exercise of Bus Functions) Order 2001;

Treasure Act 1996 Code of Practice (Revised) (England and Wales);

Treasure (Designation) Order 2002;

Uncertified Securities Regulations 2001;

United Nations and International Court of Justice (Immunities and Privileges) (Amendment) Order 2002;

Vehicular Access Across Common and Other Land (England) Regulations 2002;

Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 (Schedule 3 Amendment) Order 2002;

Welfare of Farmed Animals (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2002;

Working Tax Credit (Entitlement and Maximum Rate) Regulations 2002;

Afghanistan:

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 5 Nov, 227;

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 17 Dec, 370;

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 25 Mar, 582;

Agricultural Holdings Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148; 23 Jul, 924.

Agricultural Marketing Act 1958:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Oct, 1026.

Agricultural Marketing Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Jul, 935; 15 Oct, 1005.

Agriculture Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Nov, 253; 5 Nov, 1100.

Agriculture Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Oct, 170; 22 May, 740; 27 May, 748; 23 Jul, 924.

Agriculture Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Oct, 158; 28 Nov, 298.

Agriculture Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Oct, 162; 31 Oct, 218.

AIB Group (UK) plc (formerly Allied Irish Banks plc and AIB Finance Limited) (Respondents) v. Martin and another (Appellant):

—Judgment, 13 Dec, 355.

AIB Group (UK) plc v. Emerald Properties (London) Limited and others and others (Petitioners) and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 May, 693; report, 17 Jul, 905.

Air Force Act 1955:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Feb, 456.

Air Force (Constitution) Act 1917:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Jul, 70; 14 Sep, 153; 4 Oct, 160; 14 Feb, 491; 17 Apr, 620; 19 Jun, 795; 3 Jul, 849; 8 Jul, 864; 7 Oct, 976.

Air Foyle Limited (Respondents) v. Crosby-Clarke (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Jun, 761.

Air Navigation (Environmental Standards) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 18 Dec, 374; withdrawn, 15 Jan, 397; second draft laid, 17 Jan, 405; report, 29 Jan, 433; after debate, approved, 14 Feb, 491.

Air Services:

—Papers (by command): 2 Jul, 54; 14 Sep, 147; 14 Nov, 252; 30 Jan, 437; 10 May, 685; 24 Sep, 963; 7 Oct, 975; 30 Oct, 1065.

Aircraft and Shipbuilding Industries Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Nov, 264.

Airspace in Europe (EUC Report):

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 11 Feb, 461.

Albion Automotive Limited (Petitioner) v. G. Walker and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Jul, 934.

Albright & Wilson UK Limited (Respondents) v. Biachem Limited and others (Appellants):

—Reports, 24 Jul, 134; 17 Oct, 178; extension of time, 10 Dec, 340; petition that appeal be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 21 Jan, 412; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Jan, 415; judgment, 17 Oct, 1017.

Albright & Wilson UK Limited (Respondents) v. Biachem Limited (Appellants) and others:

—Reports, 24 Jul, 134; 17 Oct, 178; appeal presented, 30 Oct, 214; 31 Oct, 217; extension of time, 10 Dec, 340; petition that appeal be conjoined; ordered as prayed, 21 Jan, 411-2; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 22 Jan, 415; judgment, 17 Oct, 1017.

Alcohol Abuse:

—Unstarred question, 27 May, 748.

Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85.

Al-Fagih (Petitioner) v. HH Saudi Research & Marketing (UK) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition praying for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Feb, 490; report, 30 Apr, 657.

Aliens' Employment Act 1955:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 121.

Allied Dunbar Assurance plc (Respondents) v. Homebase Limited (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jun, 803; report, 30 Oct, 1064.

Allonby (Respondent) v. Accrington & Rossendale College (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 34; report, 16 Nov, 260.

Amendments to motions:

—See

Animal Health Bill; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for 2a); (dilatory amendment to motion in CWH);

Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Act (Continuation) Order 2002; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for approval);

Chinook ZD 576; (non-fatal amendment to motion to take note).

Code of Conduct; (non-fatal amendment to motion for resolution);

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities (Amendment) Order 2002; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for approval);

Health Service (Control of Patient Information) Regulations 2002; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for approval);

Human Rights Act 1998 (Designated Derogation) Order 2001; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for approval);

Landfill (England and Wales) Regulations 2002; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for approval);

National Health Service Reform and Care Professions Bill; (reasoned non-fatal amendment to motion for 2a);

TSE (England) Regulations 2002; (reasoned non-fatal amendments to motion for approval);

Working Practices of the House; (non-fatal amendment to motion to take note);

American Farm Bill and Agricultural Trade:

—Unstarred question, 2 Jul, 845.

American Home Products Corporation and another (Appellants) v. Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Limited and others (Respondents) and one other action:

—Set down and referred to Appellate Committee, 26 Jun, 34; petition that appeal be withdrawn on the terms agreed between the parties ordered as prayed, 10 Jan, 391.

Amersham Pharmacia Biotech AB (Petitioners) v. Amicon Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; reports, 4 Dec, 313; 24 Jan, 425; 13 Feb, 487.

Andreou (Petitioner) v. Lord Chancellor's Department (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Oct, 1022.

Aneco Reinsurance Underwriting Limited (in liquidation) (a body incorporated under the laws of Bermuda) (Respondents) v. Johnson & Higgins Limited (Appellants):

—Judgment, 18 Oct, 183.

Animal Health Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jul, 127; 26 Nov, 288; 25 Mar, 582; 28 Mar, 594; 10 Apr, 601.

Animal Health and Welfare Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Mar, 585.

Animal Health Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 13 Dec, 357; report from DPRRC, 19 Dec, 378; motion for 2a; amendment moved, after debate, withdrawn; original motion agreed to; committed to CWH, 14 Jan, 394; report from JCHR, 21 Jan, 412; CWH; dilatory amendment moved, after debate, agreed to on division, 26 Mar, 586; marshalling order, 18 Jul, 913; after debate, CWH; amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division, 25 Jul, 948; after debate, CWH; amendments made; question that clause stand part negatived; amendment disagreed to on division, 7 Oct, 976; CWH, amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made; reported with amendments, 8 Oct, 980; report received; amendment agreed to on division; amendments made; amendment to an amendment was moved, on question, tellers for the Contents not having been appointed, amendment disagreed to pursuant SO 53; further amendment to the amendment agreed to on division, then the original amendment was agreed to; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments made, 22 Oct, 1027; further considered on report; amendment to an amendment agreed to on division, then the original amendment, as amended, was negatived; amendment to a further amendment agreed to on division, then further amendment agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made, 29 Oct, 1056; 3a, amendments made; further amendments agreed to on division; passed; sent HC with amendments, 4 Nov, 1086; from HC on 6th November with amendment disagreed to with a reason, with a further amendment disagreed to with an amendment in lieu, amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining amendments agreed to; HC amendments and reasons printed pursuant to SO 50; HC amendments and reasons considered; motion to disagree with a HC amendment in lieu withdrawn, HL amendment not insisted on, HC amendment in lieu agreed to; HL amendment not insisted on; HC amendment to HL amendment disagreed to on division; further HC amendments disagreed to, Committee appointed; report agreed to; motion to disagree with HC amendment and to propose amendment in lieu withdrawn; remaining HC amendments agreed to; sent HC with amendments; from HC with certain HC amendments to HL amendments insisted on with amendments in lieu of words left out of HL amendments; HL disagreement to certain HC amendments to HL amendments not insisted on; HC amendments to the bill in lieu of words left out of HL amendments agreed to; RA, 7 Nov, 1115, 1116.

Animals:

—Papers (by command): 23 Jul, 924; 6 Nov, 1107.

Animals in Scientific Procedures:

—Papers (by command): 14 Sep, 146.

Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 120; 7 Nov, 233; 6 Mar, 527.

Animals in Scientific Procedures Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc , 28 Jun, 48-9; power to refuse televising of proceedings, 12 Jul, 96; evidence printed, 18 Jul, 114, 23 Jul, 127.

—Report and evidence printed, 16 Jul, 901.

Antarctic Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Sep, 964.

Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Apr, 638; 10 May, 685.

Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill:

—Report from JCHR, 14 Nov, 253; report from CC, 22 Nov, 283; report from DPRRC; from HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 26 Nov, 288, 289; marshalling order; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 27 Nov, 295; CWH; amendments made, 28 Nov, 298, 299; CWH; amendment agreed to on division; further amendments made, 29 Nov, 302; further report from JCHR; CWH; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made; 3 Dec, 308, 309; CWH; amendments made, reported with amendments; 4 Dec, 314; marshalling order, 5 Dec, 317; report received; amendments agreed to on division; further amendments made; further considered on report; amendments made, 6 Dec, 321; further considered on report; amendments made; amendments agreed to on division, 10 Dec, 341; 3a, amendments made, passed; sent HC, 11 Dec, 348; from HC with certain amendments disagreed to with a reason; HC amendment to the words so restored; amendment in lieu of HL amendment; amendment instead of words left out by HL amendments and consequential amendments; amendments to HL amendments; remaining HL amendments agreed to; HC reasons and amendments considered; HL amendment not insisted upon and amendment in lieu agreed to on division; further HL amendment insisted to on division; Committee appointed; report agreed to; further HL amendments insisted on division; Committee appointed; report agreed to; amendment not insisted on and amendment in lieu agreed to; further amendment insisted on and amendment in lieu agreed to on division; HL amendment insisted upon and HC amendment agreed to and further amendment agreed with amendment; HC amendment and consequential amendments agreed to; remaining amendment not insisted upon; sent HC with amendments and reasons; returned from HC with amendment disagreed to with a reason; amendment in lieu of HL amendment; remaining HL amendments agreed to; HC reason and amendment considered; HL amendment not insisted upon; amendment in lieu of HC amendment disagreed to on division; HC amendment in lieu agreed to and remaining HL amendment not insisted on; RA, 13 Dec, 356-7.

AON Risk Services (UK) Limited (Respondents) v. Child-Villiers (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 30 Oct, 1064.

Appeal Committees:

—Appointed, 20 Jun, 18.

—Reports:

1st, 20 Jun, 19;

2nd, 20 Jun, 19;

3rd, 20 Jun, 19-20;

4th, 21 Jun, 25;

5th, 27 Jun, 41;

6th, 28 Jun, 47;

7th, 2 Jul, 54;

8th, 3 Jul, 65;

9th, 5 Jul, 74;

10th, 16 Jul, 99;

11th, 16 Jul, 99;

12th, 23 Jul, 125;

13th, 24 Jul, 134;

14th, 24 Jul, 134;

15th, 24 Jul, 134-5;

16th, 25 Jul, 140;

17th, 25 Jul, 140-1;

18th, 25 Jul, 141;

19th, 11 Oct, 165;

20th, 11 Oct, 166;

21st, 11 Oct, 166;

22nd, 11 Oct, 166;

23rd, 15 Oct, 169;

24th, 17 Oct, 178;

25th, 17 Oct, 178;

26th, 18 Oct, 183;

27th, 18 Oct, 183;

28th, 22 Oct, 187;

29th, 30 Oct, 214;

30th, 30 Oct, 214;

31st, 1 Nov, 221;

32nd, 5 Nov, 227;

33rd, 7 Nov, 232-3;

34th, 12 Nov, 243;

35th, 13 Nov, 247;

36th, 13 Nov, 247;

37th, 16 Nov, 259-60;

38th, 19 Nov, 263;

39th, 19 Nov, 263;

40th, 21 Nov, 279;

41st, 27 Nov, 294;

42nd, 4 Dec, 313;

43rd, 5 Dec, 316;

44th, 5 Dec, 317;

45th, 18 Dec, 373;

46th, 18 Dec, 373-4;

47th, 19 Dec, 377;

48th, 30 Jan, 437;

49th, 30 Jan, 437;

50th, 6 Feb, 450;

51st, 6 Feb, 450;

52nd, 6 Feb, 450; agreed to, 7 Feb, 454;

53rd, 7 Feb, 454-5;

54th, 6 Feb, 455;

55th, 11 Feb, 459;

56th, 11 Feb, 459;

57th, 11 Feb, 460;

58th, 11 Feb, 460;

59th, 12 Feb, 464;

60th, 13 Feb, 487;

61st, 26 Feb, 506;

62nd, 26 Feb, 506;

63rd, 4 Mar, 520;

64th, 7 Mar, 530;

65th, 11 Mar, 534-5;

66th, 11 Mar, 535;

67th, 12 Mar, 542;

68th, 12 Mar, 542;

69th, 12 Mar, 542;

70th, 19 Mar, 561;

71st, 25 Mar, 580-1;

72nd, 25 Mar, 581;

73rd, 26 Mar, 585;

74th, 11 Apr, 605-6;

75th, 15 Apr, 611;

76th, 17 Apr, 620;

77th, 24 Apr, 638;

78th, 25 Apr, 642;

79th, 29 Apr, 653;

80th, 29 Apr, 653;

81st, 29 Apr, 653;

82nd, 30 Apr, 657;

83rd, 15 May, 718;

84th, 16 May, 724;

85th, 20 May, 731;

86th, 21 May, 736;

87th, 28 May, 751;

88th, 29 May, 754;

89th, 30 May, 758;

90th, 30 May, 758;

91st, 10 Jun, 762;

92nd, 13 Jun, 777;

93rd, 18 Jun, 790;

94th, 18 Jun, 790;

95th, 20 Jun, 803;

96th, 25 Jun, 813;

97th, 1 Jul, 836;

98th, 1 Jul, 836;

99th, 2 Jul, 844;

100th, 10 Jul, 875;

101st, 15 Jul, 897;

102nd, 16 Jul, 900;

103rd, 17 Jul, 905-6;

104th, 18 Jul, 912;

105th, 18 Jul, 912;

106th, 22 Jul, 916;

107th, 23 Jul, 923-4;

108th, 30 Jul, 954;

109th, 9 Oct, 984-5;

110th, 9 Oct, 985;

111th, 14 Oct, 999;

112th, 16 Oct, 1011;

113th, 17 Oct, 1017;

114th, 22 Oct, 1026;

115th, 24 Oct, 1041;

116th, 30 Oct, 1064;

117th, 30 Oct, 1064;

—Orders made pursuant to reports:

1st, 20 Jun, 19; 12 Jul, 95;

2nd, 27 Jun, 41; 25 Jul, 140;

3rd, 27 Jun, 41; 24 Jul, 134;

5th, 17 Jul, 104; 25 Jul, 140;

8th, 24 Jul, 134;

10th, 2 Oct, 154;

11th, 11 Oct, 165; 13 Nov, 247;

15th, 17 Oct, 178;

17th, 23 Oct, 193;

20th, 15 Oct, 169;

22nd, 15 Oct, 169;

27th, 1 Nov, 221; 12 Nov, 243;

28th, 1 Nov, 221; 14 Nov, 252;

33rd, 21 Nov, 279; 4 Dec, 313;

36th, 17 Jan, 404;

37th, 18 Dec, 373;

39th, 30 Jan, 436-7;

40th, 24 Jan, 425;

41st, 24 Jan, 425;

42nd, 24 Jan, 425;

45th, 17 Jan, 405; 24 Jan, 425;

46th, 24 Jan, 425;

47th, 30 Jan, 437;

48th, 7 Feb, 454;

50th, 20 Feb, 493; 15 Apr, 611;

54th, 18 Mar, 557-8;

56th, 20 Feb, 493; 4 Mar, 520;

61st, 23 Apr, 634;

62nd, 24 Apr, 638;

66th, 22 Apr, 630;

67th, 18 Apr, 623; 10 Jun, 762;

71st, 18 Apr, 623; 30 Apr, 657;

73rd, 22 Apr, 630;

80th, 30 May, 757;

81st, 30 May, 758;

85th, 25 Jun, 813;

87th, 9 Jul, 869;

91st, 17 Jul, 905;

92nd, 23 Jul, 923;

97th, 11 Jul, 889; 9 Oct, 984;

98th, 10 Oct, 992;

100th, 7 Oct, 974;

103rd, 9 Oct, 984;

105th, 14 Oct, 999;

—Orders made pursuant to reports Session 2000-01:

46th, 20 Jun, 19;

50th, 20 Jun, 19

12th, 25 Oct, 204;

Appellate Committees:

—Appointed, 20 Jun, 18.

Archer of Weston-Super-Mare, Lord:

—Notice of term of imprisonment, 23 Jul, 125.

Armed Forces:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 15 May, 719.

—Papers (by command): 29 Jan, 433; 18 Apr, 623; 20 May, 732.

Armed Forces Act 1966:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Feb, 451.

Armed Forces Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jul, 924.

Army:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 16 Jan, 402.

Army Act 1955:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Feb, 456.

Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Act (Continuation) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 May, 664; report, 7 May, 675; motion to approve; reasoned non-fatal amendment moved and after debate, withdrawn; original motion agreed to, 19 Jun, 796.

Army Procurement:

—Unstarred question, 3 Jul, 67.

Arts and Libraries:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jun, 768; 23 Jul, 924.

Arts Council of England:

—Unstarred question, 2 Jul, 60.

Asahi Medical Co Limited (Petitioners) v Macopharma (UK) Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 27 May, 748; report, 22 Oct, 1026.

Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 24 Jul, 134.

Ashworth Frazer Limited (Original Respondent and Cross-Appellants) v. Gloucester Council (Original Appellants and Cross-Appellants):

—Judgment, 8 Nov, 236.

Ashworth Security Hospital (Respondents) v. MGN Limited (Appellants):

—Extension of time, 2 Jul, 53; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 11 Oct, 165; judgment, 27 Jun, 832.

Astronomical Research:

—Papers (by command): 17 Apr, 620; 11 Oct, 997.

Asylum Applications (EUC Report):

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 1 Nov, 1082.

Asylum Support (Repeal) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Feb, 498; report, 5 Mar, 524; after debate, approved, 14 Mar, 550.

Athletics:

—Unstarred question, 18 Dec, 375.

Atomic Energy Act 1946:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Oct, 985.

Atomic Energy Authority Act 1954:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Jul, 100; 11 Jul, 889.

Attorney General's Reference No. 2 of 2001 (On Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal presented, 10 Jun, 761.

Attorney General's Reference No. 3 of 2000:

—Point of Law referred to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) by Attorney General referred to Appellate Committee; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 20 Jun, 18; judgment, 25 Oct, 203.

Audergon (Petitioner) v. La Baguette Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal committee, 25 Feb, 495; report, 30 May, 758.

Audit Commission Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Jul, 65; 4 Jul, 70; 4 Oct, 159; 11 Mar, 539; 17 Jun, 784; 4 Jul, 857.

Autism:

—Unstarred question, 25 Mar, 582.

Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Jan, 440.

Aviation Security Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Jan, 440.

Baird Textile Holdings Limited (Petitioners) v. Marks and Spencer plc (Respondents):

—Report, 27 Jun, 41

Bairstow and another and another (Petitioner) v. Queens Moat Houses plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 34; petition withdrawn, 21 Nov 279.

Bairstow and another (Petitioner) and another v. Queens Moat Houses plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 34; petition withdrawn, 21 Nov, 279.

Bairstow (Appellant) and others v. Queens Moat Houses plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jun, 18; reports, 21 Nov, 279; 24 Jan, 425; 7 Feb, 455; appeal presented, security for costs waived, 4 Mar, 519, 520; extension of time, 15 Apr, 611; 13 May, 688; 11 Jun, 767; appeal withdrawn, 8 Jul, 864.

Ballistic Missiles:

—Unstarred question, 30 Oct, 215.

Bank of China (Petitioners) v. NBM llc and others and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Jan, 384; report, 26 Mar, 585.

Bank of England:

—Papers (by command): 20 Jun, 20.

Bank of England Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Apr, 620.

Banking:

—Papers (by command): 14 Mar, 549; 23 May, 743.

Bankruptcy:

—See

Courtown, Earl of.

Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Mar, 531; 3 Apr, 596.

Barber (Appellant) v. Somerset County Council (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Mar, 519; reports, 10 Jun, 762; 17 Jul, 905; appeal presented, 24 Sep, 959; extension of time, 31 Oct, 1069.

Barclays Bank plc (Respondent) v. Coleman and another (FC) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 11 Oct, 163-4.

Barclays Bank plc (Respondents) v. Harris (FC) (executor of Beryl Iris Harris (deceased)) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 11 Oct, 163-4.

Barclays Group Reorganisation Bill [HL]:

—Carry-over motion; message to HC, 21 Jun, 25-6; message of concurrence from HC, 26 Jun, 35; presented (pursuant to resolution); 1a; 2a pro forma; committed to UBC, 27 Jun, 42; report from UBC with amendments, 5 Jul, 76; 3a; passed; sent HC, 19 Jul, 122; from HC, agreed to with amendments, 16 Oct, 1012; HC amendments considered and agreed to, 17 Oct, 1018; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Barnett Formula:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 7 Nov, 233.

Barry (acting by Margaret Holyhead as litigation friend) (Petitioner) v. Ablerex Construction (Midlands) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 28 Jun, 47.

Bayliss (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Hounslow and another (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Apr, 634; report, 10 Jul, 875.

BBC:

—Unstarred question, 11 Mar, 539.

Beedell (Petitioner) v. West Ferry Printers Limited (Respondent):

—Report, 20 Jun, 19.

Begum (FC) (Appellant) v. London Borough of Tower Hamlets (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Apr, 599; report, 23 Jul, 924; appeal presented, 24 Sep, 960; public funding certificate, 8 Oct, 980; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 6 Nov, 1106.

Belarus:

—Unstarred question, 9 Oct, 985.

Bellinger (FC) (Appellant) v. Bellinger (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 30 Oct, 214; reports, 18 Dec, 373; 17 Jan, 405; appeal presented, 30 Jan, 436; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 13 Mar, 545; Lord Chancellor's Department was joined to the appeal on behalf of the Crown in accordance with practice direction 31, 30 Apr, 657.

Berkeley Leisure Group Limited (Respondents) v. Hampton (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Nov, 259; report, 11 Feb, 459-60; public funding certificate; report, 20 Feb, 493.

Bermuda Constitution Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 153.

Best, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 26 Jun, 33.

Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 105; 16 Jul, 901.

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

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 12 Jun, 773; report, 18 Jun, 790; after debate, approved, 10 Jul, 876.

Bhatia, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 9 Jul, 79.

BHP Petroleum Great Britain Limited (Respondents) v. Chesterfield Properties Limited (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Dec, 377; reports, 11 Mar, 535; 22 Apr, 630.

BICC plc v. Parkman Consulting Engineers (a firm) (Respondents) and others (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Nov, 287; reports, 19 Dec, 377; 30 Jan, 437; appeal presented, 13 Feb, 486; security for costs waived, 20 Feb, 493; appeal withdrawn, 11 Apr, 605.

Biggin Hill Airport Limited (Petitioners) v. Mayor etc of the London Borough of Bromley (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; report, 18 Dec, 373.

Billingham (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Cooper (Petitioner) and one other action:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; report, 18 Dec, 374.

Billington (Respondent) v. Maguire and others (Petitioners):

—Report, 16 Jul, 99.

Bills:

—See

Consolidation Bills;

Money Bills;

Private Bills;

Public Bills.

Biological Standards Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Apr, 624.

Black of Crossharbour, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 31 Oct, 217.

Bland (Respondent) v. Ingram's Estates Limited (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Dec, 336; report, 11 Mar, 535.

Boardman (Petitioner) v. Copeland Borough Council (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 145; report, 4 Dec, 313.

Borough Freedom (Family Succession) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 10 Apr, 602; report from DPRRC, 24 Apr, 638; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 24 Apr, 639; order of commitment discharged, 17 Jul, 907; 3a, passed; sent HC, 15 Oct, 1006;

BP Exploration Operating Company Limited (Appellants) v. Chevron Shipping Company (Respondents):

—Judgment, 18 Oct, 182-3.

BP Exploration Operating Company Limited (Appellants) v. Chevron Tankers (Bermuda) Limited (Respondents):

—Judgment, 18 Oct, 182-3.

BP Exploration Operating Company Limited (Appellants) v. Chevron Transport Corporation (Respondents):

—Judgment, 18 Oct, 182-3.

Brady (Petitioner) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jun, 18; reports, 28 Jun, 47; 2 Jul, 54.

British Council:

—Papers (by command): 16 Jul, 100; 13 Mar, 546.

British Library Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 22; 16 Jul, 100; 15 Jul, 897; 23 Jul, 924.

British Nationality Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Nov, 244.

British Overseas Territories Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 21 Jun, 26; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 10 Jul, 86; report from DPRRC, 5 Jul, 74; CWH; amendments disagreed to on division; reported without amendment, 24 Jul, 136; report received, 23 Oct, 194; 3a; after debate, passed; sent HC, 30 Oct, 215; from HC with amendments agreed to, 14 Feb, 491; HC amendments agreed to; RA, 26 Feb, 507, 508.

British Settlements Act 1887:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Feb, 498; 18 Apr, 624; 29 Jul, 952; 4 Nov, 1085.

British Transport Police:

—Unstarred question, 13 Nov, 248.

British Waterways Board (Respondents) v. Severn Trent Water Limited (Petitioners):

—Reports, 7 Nov, 232; 4 Dec, 313; 7 Feb, 454.

Broadcasting:

—Papers (by command): 3 Jul, 65; 16 Jul, 900.

—Select Committee on Animals in Scientific Procedures, power to exclude cameras, 12 Jul, 96.

Broadcasting Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jun, 42; 11 Jul, 90-1; 17 Oct, 179; 15 Apr, 612; 29 Apr, 654; 22 May, 740; 1 Jul, 837; 16 Jul, 901; 23 Jul, 924.

Broadcasting Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jun, 30; 5 Jul, 74; 4 Jul, 857; 10 Jul, 875.

Brooke of Sutton Mandeville, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 22 Oct, 187.

Brooks (Respondent) v. Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis (Appellant) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 652; reports, 18 Jul, 912; 14 Oct, 999; appeal presented, 29 Oct, 1055.

Browne of Madingley, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 18 Jul, 111.

BSE:

—Papers (by command): 4 Oct, 157.

Buchanan (Appellant) v. Alba Diagnostics Limited (Respondents):

—Extension of time, 8 Jul, 863; 8 Oct, 980; report, 16 Oct, 1011.

Buchler and another (as joint liquidators of Leyland Daf Limited) (Respondents) v. Talbot and another (as joint administrative receivers of Leyland Daf Limited) and others (Appellants) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 Mar, 580; report, 23 Jul, 923; appeal presented, 24 Sep, 960; extension of time, 4 Nov, 1085.

Budget:

—Papers (by command): 17 Apr, 620.

Building Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Oct, 169-70; 5 Mar, 523.

Building (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Motion to revoke, after debate, withdrawn, 13 May, 689.

Building Societies Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 121; 15 Oct, 171; 14 Mar, 550.

Burdis (Respondent) v. Livsey (Petitioner) and four other actions:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 30 May, 757.

Burman (Respondent) v. Mount Cook Land Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Dec, 373; report, 25 Mar, 580.

Business of the House:

—Advancement of Business, 4 Feb, 444; 19 Jun, 796.

—Moved that, notwithstanding the practice of the House that matters already decided may not be brought forward again during the same session, the House may if it thinks fit consider and vote on all the motions standing in the name of the Lord Whitty this day; agreed to, 19 Mar, 562.

—See also

Standing Orders (Private Business);

Standing Orders (Public Business).

C (a minor) (Petitioner) v. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (Respondents):

—Reports, 25 Jul, 141; 23 Oct, 193.

Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. British Telecommunications plc (Appellants):

Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. Kelvin International Services Limited (formerly Kelvin Catering Limited) (Appellants) Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. London Bridge Engineering Limited (Appellants) Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. Norton (No. 2) Limited (in liquidation) (Appellants) Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. Pickup No. 7 Limited (formerly Northern Industrial & Marine Services Company Limited) (Appellants) Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. Stena Offshore Limited (Appellants) Caledonia North Sea Limited (Respondents) v. Wood Group Engineering Contractors Limited (Appellants)(consolidated appeals):

—Judgment, 7 Feb, 454.

Callery (Respondent) v. Gray (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; reports, 4 Dec, 313; 24 Jan, 425; appeal presented, 7 Feb, 454; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 25 Mar, 580; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Apr, 600; report, 17 Apr, 620; judgment, 27 Jun, 832; order for costs, 29 Jul, 951.

Campbell-Savours, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 19 Jul, 117.

Cantabrica Coach Holdings Limited (Appellants) v. Vehicle Inspectorate (Respondents) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Judgment, 22 Nov, 283.

Cantor Fitzgerald International (an unlimited company) (formerly Cantor Fitzgerald (UK) Limited) and others (Respondents) v. Tradition (UK) Limited and others (Petitioners) and another and another (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Jul, 89; report, 4 Dec, 313.

Cantwell (Respondent) v. Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (Appellants):

—Interlocutors of 9 February 2000 and 7 April 2000 be recalled and interlocutor of 28 July 1998 be restored; no order as to costs, 5 Jul, 73.

Cape & Dalgleish (a firm) (Respondents) v. Fitzgerald (Appellant) and others:

—Extension of time, 20 Jun, 19; 18 Jul, 112; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Sep, 146; judgment, 25 Apr, 642.

Care Homes:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 12 Dec, 352.

Care Standards Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Dec, 352; 19 Mar, 562; 3 May, 671; 10 Jun, 764; 24 Sep, 965.

Carnduff (FC) (Petitioner) v. Rock and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 12 Jul, 94; report, 7 Nov, 232.

Carriage by Air Acts (Application of Provisions) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Nov, 260; report, 27 Nov, 294; approved, 19 Dec, 378.

Carriage by Air Acts (Implementation of the Montreal Convention 1999) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Nov, 260; report, 27 Nov, 294; approved, 19 Dec, 378.

Casio Computer Company Limited (Respondents) v. Sayo and others and another (Petitioner) and others:

—Report, 16 Jul, 99.

Casson and another (Respondents) v. Ostley P J Limited (Petitioners) and others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; report, 19 Nov, 263.

Cave (Respondent) v. Robinson Jarvis and Rolf (a firm) (Appellants):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 Jul, 99; judgment, 25 Apr, 642.

Cawley, Barony of:

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 20 Jun, 18; report; details entered on the register of hereditary peers, 23 Jul, 125.

Celtec Limited (Petitioners) v. Astley and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Sep, 960.

Cemeteries:

—Papers (by command): 25 Oct, 204.

Census Act 1920:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Oct, 976.

Central Sunderland Housing Company Limited (Respondents) v. Wilson (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Feb, 490; report, 13 Jun, 777; public funding certificate; order as to costs vacated; ordered that petitioner be taxed in accordance with the Access to Justice Act 1999, 10 Oct, 992.

Cerberus Software Limited (Petitioners) v. Rowley (Respondent):

—Report, 27 Jun, 41.

Cereals Marketing Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Nov, 271; 10 Jun, 763.

Chairman of Committees:

—L. Tordoff appointed, nemine dissentiente, Chairman of Committees, 20 Jun, 17.

—See also

Deputy Chairmen of Committees.

Chan, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 2 Jul, 53.

Channel Tunnel:

—Papers (by command): 4 Oct, 157.

—Unstarred question, 5 Dec, 317.

Channel Tunnel Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Nov, 263; 29 Oct, 1056.

Channel Tunnel Rail Link Act 1996:

—Pursuant to Private Business Standing Order 130 decision on interpretation of undertakings made and special report printed, 6 Nov, 1107.

Channel Tunnel (Security) Order 1994:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 31 Jan, 441.

Charities Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Oct, 184; 30 Oct, 215; 17 Apr, 620; instrument laid on the 17 Apr withdrawn, 13 Jun, 778; 25 Jun, 814; 4 Jul, 857.

Chelsea Hospital Act 1876:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Mar, 586.

Cheltenham and Gloucester plc (Respondents) v. Ashford (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 10 Jul, 874, 875.

Chemical Weapons:

—Papers (by command): 10 Apr, 600; 17 Jul, 906.

Chemical Weapons Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Apr, 642.

Chester, Bishop of:

—Introduced, 14 Nov, 251.

Chester (Respondent) v. Afshar (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 Jun, 813.

Chichester District Council (Appellants) v. Searle and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Nov, 242; reports, 7 Feb, 455; 18 Mar, 558; appeal presented, 10 Apr, 599; security for costs waived, 15 Apr, 611; petition that appeal be consolidated, 7 May, 674.

—For further proceedings see Wrexham County Borough Council (Appellants) v. Berry (Respondent).

Chief Adjudication Officer (Respondent) v. Stafford and another (Appellant):

—Judgment, 28 Jun, 47

Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police (Respondent) v. Liversidge (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 25 Jun, 813.

Chief Constable of West Yorkshire (Appellant) v. Khan (Respondent):

—Judgment, 11 Oct, 164.

Child Abuse:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 17 Oct, 179.

Child Labour:

—Papers (by command): 14 Sep, 146.

Child Poverty:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 19 Dec, 378.

Child Support:

—Papers (by command): 13 Mar, 546.

Child Support Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Jul, 955.

Child Support Appeals (Jurisdiction of Courts) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Jun, 810; report, 2 Jul, 844; after debate, approved, 9 Jul, 871.

Child Support (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Mar, 546; report, 19 Mar, 562; after debate, approved, 11 Apr, 607.

Child Support (Temporary Compensation Payment Scheme) (Modification and Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Jun, 810; report, 2 Jul, 844; approved, 9 Jul, 871.

Child Tax Credit Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution; report, 9 Jul, 869, 870; approved, 29 Jul, 953.

Children:

—Unstarred question, 22 Oct, 189.

Children Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 20; 25 Jun, 30; 17 Jul, 105; 14 Sep, 148, 149; 15 Jan, 397; 11 Mar, 538; 28 Mar, 594; 8 Jul, 864.

Children and Young People:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 24 Apr, 639.

Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 152.

Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 25 Mar, 582.

China:

—Unstarred question, 18 Jul, 114.

Chinook ZD 576:

—Committee appointed; Lords named en bloc, 2 Jul, 55.

—Report and evidence printed, 8 Nov, 237; report; Determination and Note of Sheriff Sir Stephen Young printed, 31 Jan, 441; motion to take note; amendment moved and after debate, disagreed to on division; original motion agreed to, 5 Nov, 1100.

Chiropractors Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 539.

Chorley, Lord:

—Entitled to a Writ of Summons to Parliament in accordance with SO 9 in place of the Earl of Carnarvon, 15 Oct, 168.

Christmas Day (Trading) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 17 Oct, 179; explanatory notes printed, 18 Oct, 184; report from DPRRC, 24 Oct, 200; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 7 Nov, 233; order of commitment discharged, 27 Nov, 295; 3a, privilege amendment agreed to, passed; sent HC, 13 Dec, 356;

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME:

—Unstarred question, 16 Apr, 617.

Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Jul, 870.

Church and State:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 22 May, 740.

Church Commissioners Measure 1947:

—Papers (per Measure): 16 Jul, 100; 15 Jul, 897.

Cinemas Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Jul, 917.

Citizenship:

—Unstarred question, 9 Jul, 80.

City of London (Ward Elections) Bill:

—Message re carry-over motion from HC, 15 Nov, 256; carry-over motion; message of concurrence to HC, 21 Nov, 280; from HC; 1a; referred to Examiner's, 25 Apr, 643; petitions against, 7 May, 675; Examiner's certificate, 9 May, 683; after debate, 2a; committed to Select Committee, 13 Jun, 778; Lords' appointed, 24 Jul, 936; Lord not present for part of Committee sitting, all parties having consented thereto, 8 Oct, 980; reported from Select Committee without amendment; Special Report made; bill not re-committed to UBC (pursuant to SO), 15 Oct, 1006; 3a, passed, 29 Oct, 1056; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Civil Aviation Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 21; 10 Jul, 85; 12 Nov, 244; 13 Nov, 247; 25 Feb, 497; 24 Apr, 638; 10 Jul, 875; 24 Sep, 970.

Civil Aviation Act 2001:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85.

Civil Defence (Grant) Bill:

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's certificate); 1a; explanatory notes printed, 29 Jan, 434; report from DPRRC, 6 Feb, 451; 2a; after debate, Committee negatived, 14 Feb, 491; 3a; passed, 25 Feb, 499; RA, 26 Feb, 508.

Civil List Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Mar, 543.

Civil Partnerships Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 9 Jan, 388; report from DPRRC, 23 Jan, 421; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 25 Jan, 428.

Civil Procedure Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 147, 148; 17 Dec, 370; 20 Dec, 381; 1 Mar, 516; 24 Sep, 964.

Civil Registration:

—Papers (by command): 22 Jan, 415.

Civil Service:

—Papers (by command): 17 Jul, 906.

Civil Service Act:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 1 May, 665.

Civil Status:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jul, 90.

Clark of Windermere, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 2 Jul, 53.

Clean Air Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 288.

Cleaner Coal:

—Unstarred question, 20 Nov, 272.

Climate Change:

—Papers (by command): 7 Mar, 530.

Climate Change: Kyoto Protocol:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 6 Feb, 451.

Clingham (formerly C (a minor)) (Appellant) v. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (Respondents) (On Appeal from a Divisional Court of the Queen's Bench Division):

—Appeal presented, 5 Nov, 226; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 9 Jan, 388; public funding certificate, 14 Oct, 999; judgment, 17 Oct, 1017.

Clinton (Respondent) v. Bradley (Petitioner):

—Report, 27 Nov, 294.

Coal Industry Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 121; 23 Jul, 924.

Coast Protection Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 8 May, 679.

Code of Conduct:

—Motion for resolution; non-fatal amendment moved and after debate, disagreed to on division; original motion agreed to, 2 Jul, 55-60; motion to amend the resolution of 2 Jul; after debate, agreed to, 24 Jul, 136.

Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Laying Hens:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 1 May, 665; report, 7 May, 675; approved, 21 Jun, 807.

Code of Recommendations for the Welfare of Livestock: Meat Chickens and Breeding Chickens:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 1 May, 665; report, 7 May, 675; approved, 21 Jun, 807.

Coffee:

—Papers (by command): 10 May, 685.

Cohort Construction Company (UK) Limited (Petitioners) v. Melchior (Respondent) and another:

—Report, 25 Jul, 140.

Collier (Respondent) v. Collier (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Sep, 961.

Combermere, Viscounty of:

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 19 Dec, 377; report; details entered on the register of hereditary peers, 14 Jan, 393.

Commercial Debts:

—Papers (by command): 29 Oct, 209; 2 Nov, 223; 12 Nov, 243; 17 Dec, 369; 30 Jan, 437; 13 Feb, 487; 27 May, 748; 17 Jul, 906; 24 Sep, 963; 7 Oct, 975; 16 Oct, 1012.

Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Appellants) v. Plantiflor Limited (Respondents):

—Judgment, 25 Jul, 947.

Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Petitioners) v. Broomco (1984) Limited (Respondents):

—Reports, 20 Jun, 19; 24 Jul, 134.

Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Petitioners) v. Zielinski Baker & Partners Limited (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Jun, 783.

Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents) v. Barclays Bank plc (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Nov, 271; report, 12 Mar, 542.

Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents) v. Laird Group plc (Appellants):

—Appeal presented, 25 Jun, 813; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 24 Sep, 962.

Committees:

—Sessional (Select), see

Appeal Committees;

Appellate Committee;

Consolidation Bills Joint Committee;

Constitution Committee;

Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee (formerly Delegated Powers and Deregulation Committee);

Economic Affairs Committee;

European Union Committee;

House of Lords' Offices Committee;

Human Rights Joint Committee;

Hybrid Instruments Committee;

Liaison Committee;

Personal Bills Committee;

Privileges, Committee for;

Procedure of the House Committee;

Science and Technology Committee;

Selection, Committee of;

Standing Orders (Private Bills) Committee;

Statutory Instruments Joint Committee.

—Other (Select), see

Animals in Scientific Procedures Committee;

Chinook ZD 576 Committee;

Communications Joint Committee;

Freedom of Information Committee;

House of Lords Reform Joint Committee;

Religious Offences, Committee On;

Stem Cell Research Committee.

—Other, see

Ecclesiastical Committee;

Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit Limited (PARBUL);

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST);

Statutory Instruments Reference Committee;

Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 21 Jun, 26; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 5 Jul, 77; report from DPRRC, 5 Jul, 74; marshalling order, 24 Jul, 135; CWH, 16 Oct, 175; CWH; amendment disagreed to on division; reported without amendment, 22 Oct, 189; marshalling order, 7 Nov, 233; report received; amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division; further consideration on report; amendments made, 13 Nov, 248; Queen's and Prince of Wales' consents; 3a, amendments made, amendments disagreed to on division; privilege amendment agreed to; after debate, passed; sent HC, 19 Nov, 264; from HC agreed to with amendments and privilege amendment, 14 Mar, 550; HC amendments considered; motion to disagree with HC amendment withdrawn; amendment agreed to with a consequential amendment; remaining HC amendments and privilege amendment agreed to; sent HC with amendments, 15 Apr, 612; from HC with HL consequential amendment agreed to, 25 Apr, 643; RA, 1 May, 664.

Commonwealth Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 22 Jul, 919; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Oct, 997; order of commitment discharged, 28 Oct, 1048; 3a, passed, 6 Nov, 1108; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Communications:

—Papers (by command): 13 Nov, 247; 7 May, 674; 1 Jul, 836; 29 Oct, 1055.

Communications Joint Committee:

—Motion on desirability of appointing Joint Committee, agreed to; message sent HC, 29 Apr, 654; message of concurrence from HC, 1 May, 665; Lords' members named; message to HC, 2 May, 668; message from HC to meet, 7 May, 675.

—Report and evidence printed, 25 Jul, 948.

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

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Oct, 214; report, 6 Nov, 230; after debate, approved, 29 Nov, 302.

Compagnie Noga d'Importation et d'Exportation SA (Respondents) v. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited and other (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Jul, 857.

Companies:

—Papers (by command): 7 Mar, 530; 16 Jul, 900.

Companies Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Oct, 184; 23 Oct, 194; 3 Dec, 308; 12 Jul, 893; 22 Jul, 917; 23 Jul, 924.

Companies (Competent Authority) (Fees) Regulations 2002:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Mar, 531; report, 12 Mar, 543; approved, 28 Mar, 595.

Companies (Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Feb, 497; report, 26 Feb, 507; after debate, approved, 11 Mar, 539.

Companies (Particulars of Usual Residential Address) (Confidentiality Orders) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Mar, 530; report, 12 Mar, 543; after debate, approved, 28 Mar, 594.

Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Jul, 900.

Competition:

—Papers (by command): 14 Sep, 146; 8 Jan, 384.

Competition Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Jul, 66; 14 Sep, 151; 4 Jul, 857.

Competition Commission:

—Papers (by command): 4 Jul, 70; 5 Jul, 74; 10 Jul, 85; 12 Nov, 243; 3 May, 671; 13 May, 688; 23 May, 743; 30 May, 758; 17 Jun, 784; 19 Jun, 795; 26 Jun, 825; 8 Jul, 864; 22 Oct, 1026.

Computer Misuse (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 1 May, 664; report from DPRRC, 15 May, 719; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 20 Jun, 805;

Condon, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 17 Jul, 104.

Conservation:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jun, 41; 21 Nov, 279; 25 Feb, 496.

Consignia:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 13 Feb, 488.

—Unstarred question, 7 May, 675.

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation Bill):

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's Certificate); 1a, 16 Jul, 101; 2a; Committee negatived; SO 46 having been dispensed with, 3a; passed, 17 Jul, 106; RA, 19 Jul, 117.

—[Cited as Appropriation (No. 2) Act]

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

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's certificate); 1a, 1 Jul, 837; 2a; Committee negatived, 3 Jul, 849; 3a; passed, 4 Jul, 858; RA, 8 Jul, 865.

—[Cited as Appropriation Act]

Consolidated Fund Bill:

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's certificate); 1a; Message from HC; 13 Dec, 357; 2a; Committee negatived; SO 46 having been dispensed with, 3a; passed, 17 Dec, 370; RA, 18 Dec, 373.

Consolidated Fund (No. 2) Bill:

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's certificate); 1a, 12 Mar, 543; 2a; committee negatived, 14 Mar, 550; 3a, passed, 18 Mar, 558; RA, 19 Mar, 561.

Consolidation Bills:

—See European Parliamentary Elections Bill [HL].

Consolidation Bills Joint Committee:

—HC Members appointed, 13 Dec 357; Lords members named, 14 Mar, 550; message from HC to meet, 20 Mar, 572.

—Reports:

1st (European Parliamentary Elections Bill [HL]), 30 Apr, 658.

Constitution Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 28 Jun, 49; Lords substituted, 12 Dec, 352; 23 Jan, 422; 14 Feb, 491.

—Reports:

1st 11 Jul, 91;

2nd 22 Nov, 283;

3rd 22 Nov, 283;

4th 23 Jan, 422;

5th 11 Mar, 539;

6th 17 Jun, 784;

7th 22 Oct, 1027.

—Evidence printed:

(Devolution: inter-institutional relations in the United Kingdom), 10 Jul, 875.

Consumer Protection Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Oct, 975.

Contingent Liability:

—Papers (by command): 25 Jun, 30; 16 Oct, 174; 17 Oct, 179; 29 Oct, 210; 2 Nov, 223; 27 Nov, 294; 4 Dec, 313; 19 Dec, 377; 6 Feb, 450; 11 Feb, 460; 25 Feb, 496; 25 Mar, 581; 10 Apr, 600; 1 May, 664; 7 May, 674; 17 Jun, 783; 27 Jun, 832; 2 Jul, 844; 8 Jul, 864; 7 Oct, 975; 10 Oct, 992; 15 Oct, 1005; 16 Oct, 1012.

Contracting Out (Functions in Relation to Applications for Patents) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Oct, 1047; withdrawn; second draft laid; report, 5 Nov, 1099, 1100.

Contracting Out (Functions in relation to Apsley House) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Jan, 388; report, 15 Jan, 397; withdrawn, 18 Jan, 409; second draft laid, 23 Jan, 421; report, 29 Jan, 433; after debate, approved, 14 Feb, 491.

Contracting Out (Functions of Local Authorities: Income-Related Benefits) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 26 Jun, 825; report, 2 Jul, 845; after debate, approved, 9 Jul, 871.

Contracting Out (Local Education Authority Functions) (England) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Feb, 455; report, 26 Feb, 507; after debate, approved, 28 Mar, 595.

Contracting Out of Functions (Tribunal Staff) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Jun, 48; report, 5 Jul, 75; approved, 18 Oct, 184.

Contractual Obligations:

—Papers (by command): 7 Oct, 975.

Control of Pollution Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Mar, 521.

Convention on the Future of Europe:

—Motion to appoint the alternate National Parliamentary Representatives, after debate, agreed to, 28 Jan, 431.

Conventional Weapons:

—Paper (by command): 22 May, 740.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Billings AJ (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Billings CJ (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Billings RJ (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Billings SJ (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Cawood (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Clifford (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Cook (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Jeffries (Petitioner):

—Report, 23 Jul, 126.

Co-operative Retail Services Limited (Respondents) v. Taylor Young Partnership and others (Appellants) and others:

—Extension of time, 2 Jul, 53; set down for hearing and referred to an Appellate Committee, 14 Sep, 146; petition to lodge separate case ordered as prayed, 13 Feb, 487; judgment, 25 Apr, 642.

Copas and another (t/a capas Brothers (a firm)) (Respondents) v. Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (Petitioners):

—Report, 25 Jul, 140.

Copyright etc. and Trade Marks (Offences and Enforcement) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 15 Apr, 612; report from DPRRC, 24 Apr, 638; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 10 May, 686; order of commitment discharged, 18 Jun, 791; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 12 Jul, 894; 3a, passed, 16 Jul, 901; RA, 24 Jul, 937.

Copyright (Visually Impaired Persons) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 24 Jun, 810; report from DPRRC, 3 Jul, 849; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 12 Jul, 894; order of commitment discharged, 30 Jul, 956; 3a; passed, 11 Oct, 997; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Corbett of Castle Vale, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 17 Jul, 104.

Corbett (suing as administrator of the estate of Miss N A Tresawna (deceased))(Petitioner) v. Bond f (a firm) (Respondents):

—Report, 16 Jul, 99.

Cornhill Insurance plc (Petitioners) v. D E Stamp Felt Roofing Contractors Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Apr, 611; report, 10 Jun, 762.

Coroners Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jul, 112; 17 Jun, 784; 24 Sep, 970.

Corporate Regulation:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 20 Mar, 572.

Corruption:

—Papers (by command): 16 Oct, 174.

Council of Europe:

—Papers (by command): 16 Oct, 174.

Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Oct, 169; 8 Jul, 864; 16 Jul, 901.

Countryside and Tourism:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 17 Oct, 179.

County Courts Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Feb, 456.

County Fire Officer (Petitioner) v. City Logistics Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; report, 26 Feb, 506.

Court of Appeal (Appeals from Pathogens Access Appeal Commission) Rules 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 12 Jun, 773; report, 18 Jun, 790; approved, 10 Jul, 876.

Court of Appeal (Appeals from Proscribed Organisation Appeal Commission) Rules 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 Mar, 549; report, 26 Mar, 586; after debate, approved, 10 Jul, 876.

Court of Auditors (EUC Report):

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 8 Jan, 385.

Court of Protection (Enduring Powers of Attorney) (Amendment) Rules 2002:

—Motion for annulment, after debate, withdrawn, 9 May, 684.

Courtown, Earl.

Courtown, Earl of:

—Certificate of adjudication of bankruptcy received, 4 Jul, 69. annulment of bankruptcy dated 21 October 2002 received, 22 Oct, 1026.

Courts Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Nov, 263.

Courts and Legal Services Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Jul, 80; 24 Jul, 135; 8 Jul, 864; 15 Oct, 1005.

Covent Garden Market Act 1961:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Nov, 237; 12 Dec, 352; 10 Jun, 764.

Cowan (FC) (Petitioner) v. West and another (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 24 Sep, 960.

Cowan (Petitioner) v. Cowan (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 145; report, 19 Nov, 263.

Craft Skills:

—Unstarred question, 15 Jul, 897.

Crime:

—Papers (by command): 25 Jun, 29; 14 Sep, 146; 6 Dec, 320; 19 Jun, 795; 24 Sep, 962; 7 Oct, 974.

Crime and Disorder Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85; 16 Jul, 100; 20 Mar, 571; 9 Jul, 870.

Crime Reduction:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 27 Mar, 591.

Criminal Appeal Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jun, 30; 9 Jul, 80; 11 Jul, 889; 23 Jul, 924.

Criminal Defence Service (Representation Order Appeals) (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Mar, 571; withdrawn, 25 Mar, 581; second draft laid, 26 Mar, 585; report, 16 Apr, 617; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 779.

Criminal Injuries Compensation Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Apr, 617; 21 May, 736.

Criminal Injuries Compensation (Northern Ireland) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Feb, 455; report, 12 Feb, 464; withdrawn; second draft laid, 25 Feb, 496, 498; report, 5 Mar, 524; after debate, approved, 11 Mar, 539.

Criminal Justice:

—Papers (by command): 17 Jul, 906; 14 Oct, 1000.

Criminal Justice Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Sep, 966.

Criminal Justice Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 121; 22 Jul, 918.

Criminal Justice Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Feb, 497.

Criminal Justice Act 1988 (Offensive Weapons) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 May, 718; report, 21 May, 736; after debate, approved, 21 Jun, 807.

Criminal Justice Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Oct, 194; 4 Nov, 1086.

Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 21; 8 Oct, 162; 24 Jul, 935; 22 Oct, 1027.

Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (Amendment) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 May, 724; report, 21 May, 737; after debate, approved, 21 Jun, 807.

Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 150; 25 Feb, 497; 11 Mar, 538; 17 Jul, 906.

Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 20 May, 732.

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990 (Modification) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Oct, 199; report, 30 Oct, 215; approved, 15 Nov, 256.

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Feb, 497.

Crown Agents Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 119; 22 Jul, 918.

Crown Estate Act 1961:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Jul, 80; 9 Jul, 870.

Crown Prosecution Inspectorate Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 2 May, 668.

C R Smith Glaziers (Dunfermline) Limited (Appellants) v. Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Appeal dismissed, 20 Jun, 19; appeal presented, 25 Jul, 140; extension of time, 4 Oct, 157; 13 Nov, 247; 18 Dec, 373; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 28 Jan, 430.

Cullen (Appellant) v. Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (Respondent):

— Petition to restore appeal (time limited by SO V having expired) referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Mar, 520; report, 25 Mar, 581; extension of time, 7 May, 674; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Jun, 790.

Cultural Property:

—Papers (by command): 30 Apr, 658.

Culture:

—Papers (by command): 27 Jun, 41.

Cummins (Respondent) v. Shell International Manning Services (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Sep, 960.

Currency Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Oct, 199.

Customs and Excise:

—Papers (by command): 19 Jul, 117; 25 Mar, 581.

Customs and Excise Management Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 9 May, 683.

D'Souza (Appellant) v. London Borough of Lambeth (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 34; reports, 7 Nov, 232; 4 Dec, 313; 11 Feb, 459; appeal presented, 25 Feb, 495; extension of time, 10 Apr, 600; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 15 Apr, 611.

Damages Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jun, 41.

Damages (Personal Injury) Order 2001:

—Motion for resolution, after debate, disagreed to on division, 29 Nov, 302.

Darby (widow and administratrix of the estate of Kevin Alan Darby deceased (AP) (Petitioner) v. National Trust (Respondents):

—Report, 5 Jul, 74.

Dart (Respondent) v. Dart (Petitioner):

—Report, 16 Jul, 99.

Dartford-Thurrock Crossing Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 151.

Data Protection Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85; 4 Oct, 159; 9 Jul, 870; 1 Nov, 1082.

—Debate, Closure of.

Data Protection (Processing of Sensitive Personal Data) (Elected Representatives) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Jul, 934; report, 22 Oct, 1027; approved, 4 Nov, 1086.

Dean (Respondent) v. Allin & Watts (a firm) (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 26 Jun, 34; reports, 7 Nov, 232; 4 Dec, 313; appeal presented, 18 Dec, 373; security cost waived, 8 Jan, 384; extension of time, 29 Jan, 433; 11 Mar, 534; 24 Apr, 638; petition withdrawn, 28 May, 751.

Debt:

—Papers (by command): 14 Sep, 147.

Declaration and Registration of Interests:

—Register of Lords' Interests prepared by the Clerk of the Parliaments, printed 8 May, 680.

—See also

Disclaimer of Peerages;

Lords.

Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals Corporation Limited (Respondents) v. Davy McKee (London) Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Sep, 960.

Defence:

—Papers (by command): 25 Jun, 29; 2 Jul, 54; 29 Nov, 301; 3 Dec, 307; 27 Feb, 510; 8 Jul, 864; 18 Jul, 913; 17 Oct, 1017.

Delaware Mansions Limited and others (Respondents) v. Lord Mayor and Citizens of the City of Westminster (Appellants):

—Judgment, 25 Oct, 203.

Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee:

[The bills, instruments and proposals for instruments covered by a report are listed after it, those bills in italics were commented on or drawn to the attention of the House in a Report.]

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 26 Jun, 35; Lord substituted, 27 Mar, 591.

—Reports:

1st (Land Registration Bill [HL]; Travel Concessions (Eligibility) Bill [HL]; International Development Bill [HL]; Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Bill [HL]; British Overseas Territories Bill [HL]; European Union (Implications of Withdrawal) Bill [HL]; and requesting evidence on the proposal for the draft Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001), 5 Jul, 74;

2nd (Office of Communications Bill [HL]; Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill [HL]), 18 Jul, 113;

3rd (European Communities (Amendment) Bill; National Heritage Bill [HL]; Homelessness Bill; Land Registration Bill [HL] – Government amendments for report stage; Christmas Day (Trading) Bill [HL]; European Communities (Finance) Bill [HL]), 24 Oct, 200;

4th (Draft Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001), 24 Oct, 200;

5th (Draft Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001), 21 Nov, 280;

6th (Export Control Bill; Electoral Fraud (Northern Ireland) Bill; Sex Discrimination (Election Candidates) Bill; Human Reproduction Cloning Bill[HL]; Welfare of Ducks [HL]; Parliament Act 1949 (Amendment) Bill [HL]; Football (Disorder) (Amendment) Bill) 21 Nov, 280;

7th (Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill; Office of Communications Bill) [HL]; and requesting evidence on the proposal for the draft Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England) Order 2002), 26 Nov, 288;

8th ((Disposals of Dwelling-houses by Local Authorities) Order 2001), 3 Dec, 308;

9th (State Pension Credit Bill [HL]; Animal Health Bill; Dignity at Work Bill [HL]), 19 Dec, 378;

10th (Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning (Amendment) Bill; National Health Service Reform and Health Care Professions Bill; Disability Discrimination (Amendment) Bill [HL]; Civil Partnerships Bill [HL]; Religious Offences Bill [HL]), 23 Jan, 421;

11th (Draft Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England) Order 2002; draft Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing) Order 2002; and requesting evidence for the proposals for the draft Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales) Order 2002; draft Regulatory Reform (Carers' Allowance) Order 2002; draft Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979) Order 2002, 23 Jan, 421;

12th (Police Reform Bill [HL]; Export Control Bill (Government amendments for Committee Stage); Civil Defence (Grant) Bill; National Lottery (Amendment) Bill [HL]), 6 Feb, 451;

13th (Draft Deregulation (Restaurant Licensing Hours) Order 2002; Draft Deregulation (Bingo and Other Gaming) Order 2002), 6 Feb, 451;

14th (Education Bill; Employment Bill; Sex Discrimination (Amendment) (No.2) Bill [HL]), 6 Mar, 527;

15th (Proposal for Draft Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales) Order 2002; Proposal for Draft Regulatory Reform (Carer's Allowance) Order 2002; Proposal for Draft Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979) Order 2002; Draft Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England) Order 2002; Draft Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing) Order 2002), 6 Mar, 527;

16th (Proceeds of Crime Bill; Justice (Northern Ireland) Bill; Tax Credits Bill; Scottish Parliament (Referendum) Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments; National Health Service Reform and Health Care Professions Bill – Government Response), 20 Mar, 572;

17th (Draft Deregulation (Correction of Birth and Death Entries in Registers of Other Records) Order 2002), 20 Mar, 572;

18th (Marine Wildlife Conservation Bill; Public Trustee (Liability and Fees) Bill; Public Services (Disruption) Bill [HL]; Divorce (Religious Marriages) Bill; Industrial and Provident Societies Bill; Education Bill-Government Amendments for Committee Stage; Copyright, etc. and Trade Marks (Offences and Enforcement) Bill; Borough Freedom (Family Succession) Bill [HL]), 24 Apr, 638;

19th (Draft Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales) Order 2002; Draft Regulatory Reform (Carers' Allowance) Order 2002), 24 Apr, 638;

20th (Tax Credits Bill – Government amendments for Committee Stage; Proceeds of Crime Bill – Government amendments for Committee Stage; Mobile Telephones (Re-programming) Bill [HL]; Computer Misuse (Amendment) Bill [HL]), 15 May, 719;

21st (Draft Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979) Order 2002; and requesting evidence on the proposal for the Draft Regulatory (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.) Order 2002), 15 May, 719;

22nd (Adoption and Children Bill; Justice (Northern Ireland) Bill – Government Response), 29 May, 754;

23rd (Draft Regulatory Reform (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.) Order 2002), 19 Jun, 796;

24th (Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Bill; Enterprise Bill; Copyright (Visually Impaired Persons) Bill), 3 Jul, 849;

25th (Draft Regulatory Reform (Sugar Beet Research and Education) Order 2002; Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions) Order 2002; Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2003; Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2002), 25 Jul, 948;

26th (Adoption and Children Bill – Government Amendments for Report Stage; Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Bill – Government Amendments for Report Stage and for Committee (Re-commitment); Private Hire Vehicles (Carriage of Guide Dogs etc.) Bill), 16 Oct, 1012;

27th (Proposal for the Draft Regulatory Reform (Sugar Beet Research and Education) Order 2003; Proposal for the Draft Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2002), 16 Oct, 1012;

28th (Adoption and Children Bill – Government amendments for Third Reading; Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Bill – Government amendments for Third Reading; Sexual Offences (Amendment) Bill), 30 Oct, 1065;

29th (Proposal for the draft Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions) Order 2003; and requesting evidence on the proposal for the Draft Regulatory Reform (Assured Periodic Tenancies) (Rent Increases) Order 2003; Draft Regulatory Reform (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.) Order 2002), 30 Oct, 1065;

Dental Auxiliaries (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Apr, 642; report, 7 May, 675; after debate, approved, 14 May, 694.

Dentistry:

—Papers (by command): 30 Oct, 214.

Dentists Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jun, 833.

Dentists Act 1984 (Amendment) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Oct, 214; report, 6 Nov, 230; after debate, approved, 22 Nov, 284.

Dentists Act 1984 (Dental Auxiliaries) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Apr, 658; report, 7 May, 675; approved, 14 May, 694.

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Petitioners) v. ASDA Stores Limited and another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Jul, 863.

Department for Social Development (Respondents) v. Walsh and another (AP) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; legal aid certificate, 22 May, 739; reports, 17 Jul, 905; 9 Oct, 984.

Deputy Chairmen of Committees:

—L. Brabazon of Tara appointed, nemine dissentiente, Principal Deputy Chairman, 20 Jun, 18; Panel of deputy chairman appointed en bloc, 26 Jun, 37; Lords added to panel of deputy chairmen, 23 Oct, 194; 2 May, 668; Lord added to panel of deputy chairman, 10 Jun, 764.

—See also

Chairman of Committees.

Deputy Speakers:

—See

Speakers.

Deregulation (Bingo and Other Gaming) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution and referred to DPRRC, 28 Jan, 430; report, 6 Feb, 451; after debate, approved, 28 Feb, 515.

Deregulation (Correction of Birth and Death Entries in Registers or Other Records) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution and referred to DPRRC, 9 Jan, 388; withdrawn, 22 Jan, 415; second draft laid, 11 Mar, 536; report, 20 Mar, 572; after debate, approved, 14 May, 694.

Deregulation (Disposals of Dwelling-houses by Local Authorities) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution and referred to DPRRC, 28 Nov, 298; report, 3 Dec, 308; after debate, approved, 17 Jan, 405.

Deregulation Instruments and Proposals for Instruments:

—See

Deregulation (Bingo and other Gaming) Order 2002;

Deregulation (Correction of Birth and Death entries in Registers or Other Records) Order 2002;

Deregulation (Disposals of Dwelling-houses by Local Authorities) Order 2001;

Deregulation (Restaurant Licensing Hours) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Assured Periodic Tenancies) (Rent Increases) Order 2003;

Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) order 2003;

Regulatory Reform (Carers' Allowance) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Housing Assistance) (England and Wales) Order 2002;

Regulatory reform (Housing Management Agreements) Order 2003;

Regulatory Reform (Removal of 20 Member Limit in Partnerships etc.) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001;

Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Sugar Beet Research and Education) Order 2003;

Regulatory Reform (Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979) Order 2002;

Regulatory Reform (Voluntary Aided Schools Liabilities and Funding) (England) Order 2002;

Deregulation (Restaurant Licensing Hours) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution and referred to DPRRC, 24 Jan, 425; report, 6 Feb, 451; after debate, approved, 28 Feb, 515.

Derelict Land Act 1982:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Sep, 965.

Designers Guild Limited (Appellants) v. Russell Williams (Textiles) Limited (trading as Washington DC) (Respondents):

—Petition that the determination of costs be reviewed referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Nov, 293; report, 11 Feb, 460.

Development of Tourism Act 1969:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 120; 23 Oct, 194; 28 Feb, 514; 11 Jul, 889; 24 Jul, 935; 15 Oct, 1005; 24 Oct, 1042.

Devolution:

—Papers (by command): 18 Dec, 374; 9 May, 683.

Dharamshi (Petitioner) v. Dharamshi (Respondent):

—Reports, 20 Jun, 19; 24 Jul, 134; 18 Oct, 183.

Diabetes:

—Unstarred question, 17 Jul, 907.

Dignity at Work Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 3 Dec, 309; report from DPRRC, 19 Dec, 378; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 27 Mar, 591; order of commitment discharged, 10 May, 686; 3a, passed; sent HC, 29 May, 755.

Director General of Fair Trading (Original Respondent and Cross-Appellant) v. First National Bank plc (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents):

—Order of commitment discharged; cause heard in part, 2 Oct, 154; cause further and fully heard and consideration adjourned sine die, 3 Oct, 154; Judgment, 25 Oct, 203.

Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent) v. Avery (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Jan, 415; report, 18 Jul, 912.

Directors' Remuneration Report Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Jun, 813; withdrawn; second draft laid, 1 Jul, 836, 837; report, 2 Jul, 844; after debate, approved, 24 Jul, 937.

Disability:

—Papers (by command): 15 Mar, 552.

—Unstarred question, 8 Nov, 237.

Disability Discrimination:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 4 Jul, 71.

Disability Discrimination Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Oct, 159; 22 Oct, 188; 26 Nov, 288; 11 Dec, 347-8; 13 Feb, 487; 13 Mar, 546; 25 Mar, 582; 30 Apr, 658; instruments laid on 30 Apr withdrawn, 1 May, 664; 23 May, 743; 10 Jun, 763; 24 Jun, 810; 3 Jul, 848; 10 Jul, 875; 29 Jul, 952; 24 Sep, 964.

Disability Discrimination (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 8 Jan, 385; report from DPRRC; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 23 Jan, 421, 422; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 6 Mar, 528; report received; amendment made, 10 Apr, 603; 3a; privilege amendment agreed to; passed; sent HC, 25 Apr, 643;

Disability Rights Commission Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 120; 16 Jul, 901.

Disabled People in the Performing Arts:

—Unstarred question, 29 Apr, 654.

Disclaimer of Peerages:

—See

Silkin, Barony of.

Dispensing Order of 14th January 1922:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 4 Jul, 70.

Dispensing Order of 19th December 1881:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 4 Jul, 70.

Dispensing Warrant of 27th October 1884:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 4 Jul, 70.

Divisions:

[Note. The first figure appearing in each bracket denotes the number of Lords voting Content, the second figure, those voting Not-Content. †Discrepancy between Tellers' figures and recorded names.]

—Statutory Instruments

Damages (Personal Injury) Order 2001:

Motion for resolution: (43-106), 29 Nov, 304-5;

Financial Services and Markets Tribunal Rules 2001:

Motion to withdraw: (129-140), 23 Oct, 195-6;

Human Rights Act 1998 (Designated Derogation) Order 2001:

Motion to approve: (69-148) 19 Nov, 264-5.

—Motions:

Code of Conduct:

Motion for resolution: (149-152), 2 Jul, 60-2;

Hunting with Dogs: Ban:

Motion for resolution: (74-331), 19 Mar, 563-5;

Hunting with Dogs: Hunting Under Licence:

Motion for resolution: (366*-59), 19 Mar, 565-7;

Hunting with Dogs: Supervision:

Motion for resolution: (97-119), 19 Mar, 567-8;

TSE (England) Regulations 2002:

Motion for annulment: (95-16), 15 May, 720-1.

—Other:

Chinook ZD 576 (Report):

Amendment to Motion to take note: (34-65), 5 Nov, 1103.

House of Lords' Offices Committee Report 2nd:

(86-143), 23 Jul, 129-31;

Procedure Committee:

Amendment to Motion to agree 5th Report; CWH: (63-192), (44-177), (70-132), (61-98), (33-95), 24 Jul, 937-41, 943-5.

—Public Bills:

Adoption and Children Bill:

Report: (64-109), (97-117), 14 Oct, 1000-2; (196-162), 16 Oct, 1012-4; (136-129), (128-128), 23 Oct, 1036-9;

3a: (55-138), 30 Oct, 1065-6;

HC Amendments: (184-215), 5 Nov, 1101-3;

Animal Health Bill:

CWH: (130-124), 26 Mar, 587-8; (59-74), 25 Jul, 948-9; (62-80), 7 Oct, 977; (85-110), 8 Oct, 981-2;

Report: (171-123), (186-127), (99-103), (30-41), 22 Oct, 1027-33; (182-129), (179-133), (110-116), 29 Oct, 1057-62;

3a: (165-128), (174-132), (167-139), (169-130), 4 Nov, 1086-93;

HC Amendments: (144-108), 7 Nov, 1116-7;

Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Bill

CWH: (149-139), 29 Nov, 303-4; (100-124), 3 Dec, 309-10;

Report: (227-145) (227-138) (227-135*) (228-133) (209-134) (191-117) (181-110), 6 Dec, 321-34; (240-141) (200*-128), 10 Dec, 341-5;

HC Amendments: (66-157) (234-121) (174-153) (196-145) (48-135), 13 Dec, 358-66;

British Overseas Territories Bill [HL]:

CWH: (69-124), (60-123), 24 Jul, 136-8;

Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Bill [HL]:

CWH: (70-130), 22 Oct, 189-90;

Report: (52-123) 13 Nov, 248-9;

3a: (86-170) (45-182), 19 Nov, 265-8;

Education Bill:

CWH: (75-133), 2 May, 669-70; (96-106), 7 May, 675-6; (129-119), (78-120), 14 May, 695-7; (63-93), 23 May, 744-5;

Report: (116-141), 17 Jun, 785-6; (82-155), (79-157), (115-129), 19 Jun, 796-801; (105-152), (130-132), (3-30), (3-30), 26 Jun, 826-30;

3a: (183-141), (135-128), (161-136), 3 Jul, 849-54;

HC Amendments: (172-168), (208-127), 23 Jul, 928-32; (112-120), 24 Jul, 941-3;

Employment Bill:

Report: (114-130), 11 Jun, 769-70; (184-87), 18 Jun, 791-2;

Enterprise Bill:

CWH: (53-102), 30 Jul, 956-7;

Report: (134-123), (75-126), 15 Oct, 1006-9;

3a: (92-86), (119-112), (72-113), (61-103), 28 Oct, 1048-53;

HC Amendments: (148-136), (147-129), 4 Nov, 1093-6;

European Communities (Amendment) Bill:

CWH: (58-121), 15 Nov, 257-8 (119-276), (116-174), (74-140), 20 Nov, 272-6; 257-8; (11-142) (73-136), 26 Nov, 289-91;

Report: (86-158), (74-128), 17 Jan, 405-8; (115-177), (89-164), 22 Jan, 416-9;

Export Control Bill:

Remaining Stages: (145-120), (150-108), 18 Apr, 624-7;

3a: (71*-129), 20 May, 733-4;

HC Amendments: (74-142), 23 Jul, 926-8;

Homelessness Bill:

Report: (85-156), 15 Jan, 398-9;

International Development Bill [HL]:

CWH: (77-135) 16 Jul, 101-2;

3a: (67-149), (55-107) 25 Oct, 205-7;

Justice (Northern Ireland) Bill:

Report: (90-158), (94-170), (34-98), 1 Jul, 838-41; (84-151), (88-145), 4 Jul, 858-61;

Land Registration Bill [HL]:

CWH: (79-115) 17 Jul, 106-7;

3a: (82-132) (77-112), 8 Nov, 237-40;

National Health Service Reform and Health Care Professions Bill:

CWH: (86-109), 21 Mar, 576-7; (90-117), 11 Apr, 607-8;

Report: (227-136), (119-122), 30 Apr, 659-62;

3a: (131-108), (100-104), 16 May, 725-7;

Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Bill:

CWH: (89-121), 8 Jul, 865-6; (56-102), 9 Jul, 871-2; (81-94), 10 Jul, 876-7; (116-111), (84-108*), 17 Jul, 907-9;

Report: (171-107), (83-82), (26-61), (22-56), 9 Oct, 986-9; (64-109), (77-71), 10 Oct, 994-5;

CWH (on recommitment): (103-39), (101-34), 17 Oct, 1019-20;

Report: (48-122), (56-110), 24 Oct, 1043-5;

3a: (171-116), (144-121), (147*-103), (68*-97), (96-93), (52-70), (46-71), (20-63), 31 Oct, 1071-80;

HC Amendments: (173-120), (52-84), 6 Nov, 1109-11;

Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning (Amendment) Bill:

3a: (102-160), 25 Feb, 499-500;

Office of Communications Bill [HL]:

CWH: (71-148) 29 Oct, 210-11;

Report: (73-144), 22 Nov, 284-5;

Police Reform Bill [HL]:

Report: (205-131), 15 Apr, 612-4;

3a: (151-127), (165-127), (168-121), (54-106), (158-101); 25 Apr, 643-50;

Proceeds of Crime Bill:

CWH: (64-108), 22 Apr, 631-2; (68-143), 13 May, 689-91;

Report: (137-131), (159-136), (114-122), 25 Jun, 815-9;

3a: (149-132), 11 Jul, 890-2;

HC Amendments: (126-44), 22 Jul, 919-20;

Tax Credits Bill:

Report: (121-118), 12 Jun, 774-5; (70-92), 13 Jun, 780-1;

3a: (23-81), 20 Jun, 805;

Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill [HL]:

CWH: (16-56), 7 Dec, 336-7;

Report: (16-49), 1 Mar, 517;

3a: (14-108), (15-89), 15 Mar, 553-5;

State Pensions Credit Bill [HL]:

Report: (123-143), 12 Feb, 465-6.

—No Quorum:

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002:

Motion for approval: (13-2), 24 Jul, 945.

Divorce (Religious Marriages) Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 15 Apr, 612; report from DPRRC, 24 Apr, 638; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 10 May, 686; order of commitment discharged, 20 Jun, 804; 3a; passed, 22 Jul, 919; RA, 24 Jul, 937.

DJ & C Withers (Farms) Limited (Petitioners) v. Ambic Equipment Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 May, 754.

Donohue (Respondent) v. Armco Inc and others (Appellants):

—Set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 4 Jul, 70; judgment, 13 Dec, 355; order for costs, 20 Feb, 492; petition praying that the order of 13 December last be amended referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Oct, 999.

Driving Licences (Disqualification until Test Passed) (Prescribed Offences) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Nov, 255; report, 27 Nov, 294; after debate, approved, 19 Dec, 379.

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

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Jul, 105; report, 16 Oct, 175; approved, 18 Oct, 184.

Drug Trafficking:

—Papers (by command): 4 Oct, 157.

Drug Trafficking Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Feb, 498.

Drugs:

—Papers (by command): 15 Oct, 169; 10 Jul, 875.

DSG Retail Limited (Petitioners) v. Oxfordshire County Council (Respondents):

—Report, 27 Jun, 41.

DTE Financial Services Limited (Petitioners) v. Wilson (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent):

—Report, 22 Oct, 187.

Dubai Aluminium Company Limited v. Salaam (Respondent) and others (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) and others and another (Original Respondent and Cross-Appellants):

—Extension of time, 26 Jun, 34; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 16 Jul, 99.

Duchies of Lancaster and Cornwall (Accounts) Act 1838:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Jun, 35; 19 Jul, 120; 25 Jun, 814; 22 Jul, 918.

Dunsany, Barony of:

—Petition claiming succession thereto referred to Lord Chancellor, 1 Nov, 222; report, 22 Nov, 283.

Dyson and another (executors of Lawrence Twohey (deceased)) (Petitioners) v. Leeds City Council (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jan, 387; report, 30 Jan, 437.

Dyson Appliances Limited (Respondents) v. Hoover Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Nov, 226; report, 18 Dec, 374.

Earl of Balfour (Appellant) v. Keeper of the Registers of Scotland and others (Respondents):

—Appeal presented, 19 Jun, 795; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 24 Sep, 962; judgment, 6 Nov, 1106.

Eastgate Group Limited and others (Respondents) v. Smith & Williamson (a firm) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Nov, 242; petition withdrawn, 26 Jun, 825.

Eastwood and another (Petitioners) v. Magnox Electric plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 22 Apr, 629; report, 1 Jul, 836.

Ecclesiastical Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named, 24 Jan, 426.

—Reports:

216th, (Synodical Government (Amendment) Measure), 22 Jul, 919.

Ecclesiastical Fees Measure 1986:

—Papers (per Measure): 24 Jul, 135; 24 Jul, 934-5.

Economic Affairs Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 28 Jun, 49.

—Reports:

1st (Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England), 3 Jul, 66; noted on motion, after debate, further debate adjourned; House resumed; motion agreed to, 12 Jul, 96.

—Evidence Printed:

(Globalisation), 8 Jul, 864.

Economic Reform:

—Papers (by command): 28 Feb, 514.

Education:

—Papers (by command): 26 Jun, 34; 14 Sep, 147; 12 Feb, 464; 25 Feb, 497; 8 May, 679; 24 Jul, 934.

Education Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 118; 14 Sep, 148; 31 Jan, 440; 7 Feb, 456; 14 May, 693; 24 Sep, 966.

Education Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Apr, 630.

Education Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148; 4 Oct, 158; 5 Mar, 524; 7 Mar, 531; 22 Jul, 918; 7 Oct, 976; 31 Oct, 1069.

Education Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 21; 10 Jul, 85; 18 Jul, 113; 19 Jul, 118; 14 Sep, 148, 149, 150; 22 Oct, 188; 23 Oct, 194; 12 Nov, 243; 10 Dec, 340; 12 Dec, 352; 17 Dec, 370; 18 Dec, 374; 7 Mar, 531; 25 Apr, 642; 1 Jul, 837; 9 Jul, 870; 23 Jul, 924; 24 Sep, 964, 965.

Education Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 120; 14 Sep, 150, 151; 4 Mar, 521; 27 Mar, 591; 14 May, 693; 22 Jul, 918; 24 Sep, 965.

Education Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Sep, 966, 967, 968; 10 Oct, 992.

Education and Skills:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 24 Apr, 639.

Education Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 7 Feb, 457; report from DPRRC, 6 Mar, 527; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Mar, 539; marshalling order, 21 Mar, 576; report from DPRRC, 24 Apr, 638; CWH, amendment disagreed to on division; amendment made, 2 May, 669; CWH, amendment disagreed to on division, 7 May, 675; CWH, amendments made, 9 May, 684; CWH, amendments made; amendment agreed to on division; amendment disagreed to on division, 14 May, 694; CWH, amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made, 23 May, 744; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 28 May, 751, 752; marshalling order, 30 May, 759; report received; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made; further consideration on report; amendments made, 17 Jun, 785; further consideration on report; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments made 19 Jun, 796; further consideration on report; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments made; amendments disagreed to on division, 26 Jun, 826; 3a; amendments made; further amendments agreed to on division; after debate, passed; sent HC with amendments, 3 Jul, 849; from HC with certain amendments disagreed to; further amendments disagreed with amendments in lieu and consequential amendment with remaining amendments agreed to, 16 Jul, 901; HC amendments considered; HL amendment insisted on and HC amendment in lieu disagreed to on division; further HL amendment insisted on and HC amendments in lieu disagreed to; Committee appointed; report agreed to; amendment to an amendment in lieu of HC amendment in lieu of HL amendment agreed to on division; further amendments to HC amendment in lieu agreed to; HL amendments not insisted on and HC amendments in lieu agreed to; HL amendment not insisted on and HC amendments to words restored and consequential amendment agreed to; remaining HL amendments no insisted on; sent HC with amendments and reasons, 23 Jul, 926; from HC with a HL amendment in lieu of HC amendment agreed to; remaining HL amendments disagreed to but with amendments to the words restored to the bill; HC amendments considered; HL amendments not insisted on by division and HC amendments to the words restored to the bill agreed to; RA, 24 Jul, 936, 937.

Education of Children in Care:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 24 Oct, 200.

Education (No. 2) Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 118; 14 Sep, 150, 152; 7 Mar, 531; 20 Mar, 571.

Education Reform Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 22; 25 Jun, 30; 14 Sep, 150; 26 Nov, 288; 25 Apr, 642; 29 May, 754; 24 Sep, 965.

Education (Schools) Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148; 24 Sep, 964.

Education (Scotland) Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Jun, 25.

Education (Student Loans) Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 693; 29 May, 754.

Electoral Fraud (Northern Ireland) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 1 Nov, 222; report from DPRRC, 21 Nov, 280; after debate, 2a; referred to CWH, 8 Jan, 385; CWH; reported without amendment, 4 Feb, 444; report received; amendments agreed to, 25 Feb, 499; 3a, passed; sent HC with amendments, 4 Mar, 521; from HC with amendments agreed to, 16 Apr, 617; RA, 1 May, 664.

Electoral Law Act (Northern Ireland) 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85; 2 Jul, 844.

Electricity Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Oct, 159; 18 Oct, 184; 12 Nov, 244; 21 Jan, 412; 26 Mar, 585; 28 Oct, 1047.

Electricity and Gas (Determination of Turnover for Penalties) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Feb, 514; report, 12 Mar, 543; after debate, approved, 11 Apr, 607.

Electricity and Gas (Energy Efficiency Obligations) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 Nov, 252; report, 20 Nov, 271; after debate, approved, 4 Dec, 314.

Electronic Communications Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148, 150; 8 Jan, 384.

Emery and another (Petitioner) v. UCB Corporate Services Limited (formerly UCB Bank plc) (Respondents):

—Report, 18 Oct, 183.

Employee Share Schemes Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 24 Jun, 810; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 11 Jul, 890; order of commitment discharged, 29 Jul, 952; 3a; passed, 16 Oct, 1012; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Employment:

—Papers (by command): 24 Oct, 199; 2 Nov, 223; 15 May, 718; 9 Oct, 985.

Employment Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 150.

Employment Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 13 Feb, 488; report from JCHR, 25 Feb, 499; after debate, 2a; committed to GC, 26 Feb, 507; report from DPRRC; marshalling order, 6 Mar, 527; GC, amendments made, 13 Mar, 546; GC, 14 Mar, 551; 18 Mar, 559; 20 Mar, 572; GC, amendment made, 21 Mar, 578; GC, 25 Mar, 582; 26 Mar, 588; GC, amendment made, 11 Apr, 608; further consideration in GC; reported with amendments, 22 Apr, 631, 632; marshalling order, 20 May, 732; report received; amendments made, 30 May, 759; further consideration on report; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made, 11 Jun, 768; further consideration on report; amendments made, amendment agreed to on division, 18 Jun, 791; Queen's consent; 3a; amendments made; passed; sent HC with amendments, 27 Jun, 833; from HC with amendments agreed to; RA, 8 Jul, 865.

Employment of the disabled:

—Unstarred question, 16 Oct, 175.

Employment (Northern Ireland) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Oct, 1047; after debate, approved, 6 Nov, 1108.

Employment Relations Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 27 Jun, 42; 8 Jan, 384.

Employment Rights Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Sep, 148; 11 Mar, 536.

English (Petitioner) v. Emery Reimbold & Strick (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 1 Jul, 836.

Enterprise Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 19 Jun, 796; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 2 Jul, 845; report from DPRRC, 3 Jul, 849; marshalling order, 12 Jul, 893-4; CWH, 16 Jul, 902; CWH, amendments made, 18 Jul, 913, 914; 22 Jul, 919; CWH, amendments made; question that clause stand part of bill negatived, 29 Jul, 952, 953; CWH, amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division; reported with amendments, 30 Jul, 956; marshalling order, 10 Oct, 993; report received; amendment agreed to on division; amendment objected to; on question, tellers for the not-contents not having been appointed, amendment agreed to on pursuant to SO 53; further amendments agreed to; an amendment disagreed to on division; amendments made, 15 Oct, 1006; further considered on report; amendments made, 21 Oct, 1023; 3a; amendments agreed to on division; amendments made; amendments disagreed to on division; passed; sent HC with amendments, 28 Oct, 1048; from HC on 30 October with certain amendments disagreed to with reasons; with certain other amendments disagreed to with amendments in lieu; amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining amendments agreed to, 31 Oct, 1070; HC amendments and reasons considered; HL amendment insisted on division; HC amendment to HL amendment disagreed to and original HL amendment insisted on division; certain HL amendments not insisted on and HC amendments in lieu agreed to; HC amendment to HL amendment agreed to; further HL amendments insisted on; Committee appointed; report agreed; sent HC with reasons, 4 Nov, 1086; from HC with their disagreement to certain HL amendments insisted on but with amendments proposed in lieu, and with an amendment proposed in lieu of HC amendment to which HL disagreed; Commons amendments printed pursuant SO 50; HC amendments considered; HC amendments in lieu of HL amendment agreed to; HL amendment not insisted on; HC amendment to HL amendment agreed to; remaining HL amendments not insisted on, 6 Nov, 1109; RA, 7 Nov, 1116.

Environment:

—Papers (by command): 20 Jun, 20; 11 Jul, 90; 14 Sep, 147; 20 Mar, 571; 24 Sep, 963; 5 Nov, 1099

Environment Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jul, 127; 17 Dec, 369; 20 Mar, 571; 22 Jul, 918; 6 Nov, 1107.

Environmental Protection Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Jul, 90; 18 Jul, 112; 23 Jul, 127; 4 Oct, 158; 11 Mar, 535, 538; 13 Mar, 546; 3 Jul, 848; 11 Jul, 889; 17 Jul, 906; 22 Jul, 918; 24 Sep, 964, 966.

Epilepsy:

—Unstarred question, 23 May, 744.

Erskine Bridge Tolls Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Mar, 239.

European Capital of Culture:

—Unstarred question, 1 May, 665.

European Communities:

—Papers (by command): 16 Jul, 100; 17 Jul, 104; 18 Jul, 112; 19 Jul, 126; 14 Sep, 146; 4 Oct, 157; 16 Jan, 401; 1 Mar, 516; 17 Jun, 784; 22 Jul, 917; 24 Sep, 963; 30 Oct, 1065.

European Communities Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 20; 28 Jun, 48; 2 Jul, 54; 3 Jul, 65; 5 Jul, 74; 9 Jul, 79; 11 Jul, 90; 12 Jul, 95; 17 Jul, 105; 19 Jul, 118; 23 Jul, 126; 14 Sep, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151-2; 4 Oct, 158, 159; 15 Oct, 169; 22 Oct, 188; 23 Oct, 193; 30 Oct, 214-5; 31 Oct, 218; 5 Nov, 227; 8 Nov, 236; 12 Nov, 243, 244; 14 Nov, 252; 21 Nov, 279; 29 Nov, 302; 3 Dec, 308; 7 Dec, 336; 10 Dec, 340; 11 Dec, 347; 12 Dec, 352; 17 Dec, 370; 8 Jan, 384; 14 Jan, 394; 15 Jan, 397; 17 Jan, 405; 21 Jan, 412; 28 Jan, 430; 4 Feb, 444; 7 Feb, 456; 11 Feb, 460; 12 Feb, 464; 13 Feb, 487; 25 Feb, 497; 4 Mar, 521; 11 Mar, 536; 12 Mar, 542; 14 Mar, 550; 15 Mar, 553; 19 Mar, 562; 25 Mar, 581, 582; 26 Mar, 586; 27 Mar, 591; 28 Mar, 594; 10 Apr, 601; 23 Apr, 635; 25 Apr, 642; 29 Apr, 653; 1 May, 665; 2 May, 668; 7 May, 674; 9 May, 683; 16 May, 724; 21 May, 736; 27 May, 748; 10 Jun, 763; 18 Jun, 790; 19 Jun, 795; 26 Jun, 826; 1 Jul, 837; 11 Jul, 889; 17 Jul, 906; 22 Jul, 917; 23 Jul, 924; 29 Jul, 951; 24 Sep, 963-4, 966, 967, 968-9, 970; 7 Oct, 975, 976; 8 Oct, 980; 10 Oct, 992; 17 Oct, 1017; 21 Oct, 1023; 29 Oct, 1056; 1 Nov, 1082; 4 Nov, 1085; 6 Nov, 1107; 7 Nov, 1114.

European Communities (Amendment) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 18 Oct, 184; report from DPRRC, 24 Oct, 200; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 1 Nov, 222; CWH; amendments disagreed to on division, 15 Nov, 256, 257; 20 Nov, 271, 272; CWH; amendments disagreed to on division; reported without amendment, 26 Nov, 288; report received; amendments disagreed to on division, 17 Jan, 405; further consideration on report; amendments disagreed to on division, 22 Jan, 415; 3a; after debate, passed, 28 Jan, 431; RA, 26 Feb, 507.

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Agreement on Trade, Development and Co-operation between the European Community and its Member States and the Republic of South Africa) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Nov, 1114.

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (European School) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 170; report, 16 Oct, 175; approved, 2 Nov, 224.

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 170; report, 16 Oct, 175; approved, 2 Nov, 224.

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

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 170; report, 23 Oct, 194; after debate, approved, 8 Nov, 237.

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Jul, 906; report, 23 Jul, 925; after debate, approved, 17 Oct, 1018.

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) (Stabilisation and Association Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and the Republic of Croatia):

—Draft Delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Jul, 906; report, 23 Jul, 925; withdrawn, 23 Oct, 1035.

European Communities (Finance) Bill:

—From HC (endorsed with Speaker's certificate); 1a; explanatory notes printed, 18 Oct, 184; report from DPRRC, 24 Oct, 200; after debate, 2a; committee negatived, 12 Nov, 244; 3a; after debate, passed, 13 Nov, 248; RA, 4 Dec, 312.

European Communities (Immunities and Privileges of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 170; report, 16 Oct, 175; approved, 2 Nov, 224.

European Communities (Privileges of the European School) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 170; report, 16 Oct, 175; approved, 2 Nov, 224.

European Parliamentary Elections Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 23 Jul, 128; 2a; referred to JCCB, 14 Mar, 550; reported from JCCB without amendment; re-committed to CWH, 30 Apr, 658; order of re-commitment discharged, 26 Jun, 826; 3a; passed; sent HC, 4 Jul, 858; from HC agreed to, 16 Jul, 901; RA, 24 Jul, 937.

European Scrutiny (EUC Report):

—Unstarred question, 14 Oct, 1000.

European Union:

—Papers (by command): 18 Dec, 374; 30 May, 758; 7 Oct, 975.

European Union Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 26 Jun, 35-6; Lords substituted, 23 Oct, 194; 23 Jan, 422.

—Reports:

1st (Correspondence with Ministers), 17 Jul, 106;

2nd (Government Responses), 17 Jul, 106;

3rd (Evidence by the Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, on the Goteborg European Council), 17 Jul, 106;

4th (Evidence on the Belgian Presidency of the European Union, July-December 2001), 17 Jul, 106;

5th (The Legal Status of Long-term Resident Third-country Nationals), 6 Nov, 230;

6th (Counter-Terrorism: The European Arrest Warrant), 12 Nov, 244; after debate, agreed to, 19 Nov, 264;

7th (A Secondary Parliamentary Chamber for Europe: An unreal solution to some real problems), 27 Nov, 295; after debate, agreed to, 11 Feb, 460;

8th (Minimum Standards of Reception Conditions for Asylum Seekers), 27 Nov, 295;

9th (Reducing Air Traffic Delays: Civil and Military Management of Airspace in Europe), 15 Jan, 397; after debate, agreed to, 11 Feb, 461;

10th (Evidence by the Minster of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, on the Laeken European Council), 15 Jan, 397;

11th (European Policy on Security and Defence), 29 Jan, 433; after debate, agreed to, 20 May, 732;

12th (European Contract Law), 29 Jan, 433;

13th (Reducing the Risk: Regulating Industrial Chemicals), 12 Feb, 465;

14th (Energy Supply: how secure are we?), 12 Feb, 465; after debate, agreed to, 23 Apr, 635;

15th (Working in Europe, Access for All), 26 Feb, 507;

16th (European Arrest Warrant), 26 Feb, 507; after debate, agreed to, 23 Apr, 635;

17th (Evidence on the Spanish Presidency of the European Union), 26 Feb, 507;

18th (Correspondence with Ministers), 19 Mar, 562;

19th (Asylum Applications: Who Decides?), 19 Mar, 562; after debate, agreed to, 1 Nov, 1082;

20th (Responding to the Balkan Challenge: the Role of EU Aid), 16 Apr, 617;

21st (Evidence by the Minister for State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, on the Barcelona European Council), 30 Apr, 658;

22nd (Labelling and Tracing of GM Food and Animal Feed: Informing the Consumer), 30 Apr, 658;

23rd (The Scrutiny of European Union Business – Provisional Agreement in the Council of Ministers), 18 Jun, 790; unstarred question, 14 Oct, 1000;

24th (Drinking and Driving), 2 Jul, 845;

25th (The Commission's Annual Work Programme), 2 Jul, 845;

26th (Evidence on the Danish Presidency of the European Union, July-December 2002), 2 Jul, 845;

27th (Correspondence with Ministers), 9 Jul, 870;

28th (Defining Refugee Status and those in need of International Protection), 16 Jul, 901; agreed to, 1 Nov, 1082;

29th (Combating Racism and Xenophobia – Defining Criminal Offences in the EU), 23 Jul, 925;

30th (The Convention on the Future of Europe), 23 Jul, 925;

31st (Evidence by the Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office on the Seville European Council), 23 Jul, 925;

32nd (Review of the EC Merger Regulation), 23 Jul, 925;

33rd (Packaging and Packaging Waste: Revised Recovery and Recycling Targets), 23 Jul, 925;

34th (Environmental Liability), 23 Jul, 925;

35th (Review of Scrutiny of European Legislation – Special Report), 5 Nov, 1100;

36th (Environmental Regulation and Agriculture, together with Minutes of Evidence), 5 Nov, 1100;

37th (A Common Policy on Illegal Immigration, together with Minutes of Evidence), 5 Nov, 1100;

38th (The Commission's Annual Work Programme, together with Minutes of Evidence), 5 Nov, 1100.

—Reports from Session 2000-01 noted on motion:

11th (Minimum Standards in Asylum Procedures), after debate, agreed to, 23 Jul, 129;

12th (Court of Auditors), after debate, agreed to, 8 Jan, 385;

13th (A Community Immigration Policy); after debate, agreed to, 23 Jul, 128;

14th (Airspace in Europe), after debate, agreed to, 11 Feb, 461.

European Union Extradition (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 May, 683; report, 21 May, 736; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 779.

European Union Extradition Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 17 Dec, 370; report, 18 Dec, 374; after debate, approved, 19 Dec, 378.

European Union (Implications of Withdrawal) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a, 27 Jun, 42; report from DPRRC, 5 Jul, 74.

Europol:

—Papers (by command): 14 Sep, 146.

Eurozone Membership:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 5 Dec, 317.

Examiner of Petitions for Private Bills:

—Mr T. V. Mohan appointed in place of Dr F. P. Tudor, 15 Oct, 171.

Exchequer and Audit Departments Act 1866:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Mar, 575.

Exchequer and Audit Departments Act 1921:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Jul, 85; 12 Jul, 95; 16 Jul, 100; 17 Jul, 105; 18 Jul, 113; 19 Jul, 119; 29 Oct, 210; 31 Oct, 218; 15 Nov, 256; 28 Nov, 298; 29 Nov, 302; 3 Dec, 308; 6 Dec, 321; 13 Dec, 356; 10 Jan, 391; 28 Jan, 430; 30 Jan, 438; 31 Jan, 441; 5 Feb, 447; 20 Mar, 571; 21 Mar, 575; 25 Mar, 582; 23 Jul, 924; 24 Jul, 935.

Expenses:

—Motion to amend Peers' expenses system, after debate agreed to, 5 Jul, 76-7.

Explosives Act 1875:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jul, 113; 23 May, 743.

Explosives Act (Northern Ireland) 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Apr, 611.

Export Control Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 12 Nov, 244; report from DPRRC, 21 Nov, 280; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 8 Jan, 385; marshalling order, 5 Feb, 447; report from DPRRC, 6 Feb, 451; CWH, amendment made, 7 Feb, 457; CWH, amendments made; question that certain clauses stand part negatived; reported with amendments, 4 Mar, 521; report received, amendments agreed to on division; amendments made, 18 Apr, 624; 3a; amendments made; amendment disagreed to on division; passed; sent HC with amendments, 20 May, 732; from HC with certain amendments disagreed to with reasons; other amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining amendments agreed to, 25 Jun, 814; HC reasons and amendments considered; HL amendment not insisted on and amendments in lieu agreed to; HC amendment to HL amendment agreed to; amendment to HC amendment disagreed to on division; HC amendment to HL amendment agreed to; remaining HL amendments not insisted on; sent HC with amendments, 23 Jul, 926; from HC with HL amendments in lieu of a HL amendment which HC disagreed to without amendment; RA, 24 Jul, 937.

Export of Arms:

—Papers (by command): 18 Dec, 374.

Exports:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jul, 90; 25 Feb, 496; 28 Feb, 514; 22 Jul, 917; 24 Sep, 963; 28 Oct, 1047.

Ex-servicemen:

—Unstarred question, 6 Feb, 451.

Extradition:

—Papers (by command): 15 Oct, 169; 18 Jan, 409; 27 Jun, 832; 1 Nov, 1081.

Extradition Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Jul, 951, 952.

Ezekiel (Petitioner) v. Lehrer (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Mar, 520; report, 13 Jun, 777.

Fadipe (Petitioner) v. Reed Nursing Personnel (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived; report, 20 May, 731.

Fair Trading Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jul, 112; 23 Jan, 421; 9 May, 683.

Fairchild (suing on her own behalf and on behalf of the estate of and dependents of Arthur Eric Fairchild (deceased)) (Appellant)) v. Glenhaven Funeral Services Limited and others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Jan, 391; reports, 30 Jan, 437; 7 Feb, 454; appeal presented, 25 Feb, 495; security for costs waived, 6 Mar, 527; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Mar, 557; judgment, 16 May, 723.

Family Housing Association (Appellants) v. Donnellan (fc) and another (Respondents) and another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jan, 387; reports, 29 Apr, 653; 30 May, 758; 22 Jul, 917; public funding certificate, 23 Jul, 923; appeal presented, 24 Sep, 959; security for costs waived, 2 Oct, 971; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 4 Nov, 1085.

Family Law (Northern Ireland) Order 1993:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 10 Apr, 601.

Family Law Reform (Northern Ireland) Order 1977:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 16 Apr, 617.

Farley (Appellant) v Skinner (Respondent):

—Judgment, 11 Oct, 164.

Farm Land and Rural Development Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Jul, 100.

Fatal Accidents Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 539.

Fatal Accidents (Northern Ireland) Order 1977:

—Papers (per Statutory Instrument): 11 Mar, 539.

Fearn, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 15 Oct, 168.

Fehily (Petitioner) (application for a writ of Habeas Corpus):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Jul, 856; report, 18 Jul, 912.

Finance:

—Papers (by command): 18 Jul, 112; 27 Nov, 294; 29 Nov, 301-2; 3 Dec, 307; 13 Feb, 487; 25 Feb, 496; 26 Feb, 506; 27 Feb, 510; 28 Feb, 514; 13 Mar, 546; 24 Apr, 638; 9 May, 683; 13 May, 688; 22 May, 739; 10 Jun, 762; 19 Jun, 795; 15 Jul, 897; 16 Jul, 900.

Finance Act 1973:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Nov, 236; 25 Feb, 498; 7 Mar, 531; 11 Mar, 539.

Finance Act 1980:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Mar, 524.

Finance Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Oct, 160; 18 Dec, 374; 24 Sep, 968.

Finance Bill:

—From HC; 1a, 8 Jul, 865; after debate, 2a; Committee negatived; SO 46 having been dispensed with; 3a, passed, 12 Jul, 894; RA, 24 Jul, 937.

Finance (No. 2) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Oct, 1055.

Financial Assistance to Opposition Parties:

—Motion for approval; after debate, agreed to, 30 Jul, 955-6.

Financial Services:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 21 Nov, 280.

Financial Services Act 1986:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jun, 30.

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 21; 27 Jun, 42; 2 Jul, 54; 4 Jul, 70; 10 Jul, 85; 16 Jul, 100; 18 Jul, 112; 19 Jul, 118; 23 Jul, 126-7; 14 Sep, 151, 152; 8 Oct, 162; 15 Oct, 169; 18 Oct, 184; 22 Oct, 188; 1 Nov, 222; 5 Nov, 227; 6 Nov, 229-30; 8 Nov, 236; 12 Nov, 243; 14 Nov, 252; 26 Nov, 288; 28 Nov, 298; 15 Mar, 553; 21 Mar, 575; 3 May, 671; 13 May, 689; 27 May, 748; 10 Jun, 763; 12 Jun, 773; 20 Jun, 804; 12 Jul, 893; 29 Oct, 1056.

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (financial Promotion) (Amendment) (Electronic Commerce Directive) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 May, 724; report, 21 May, 737; after debate, approved, 17 Jun, 785.

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) Order 2002:

—Delivered for approval by resolution, 14 Mar, 549; report, 19 Mar, 562; motion to approve; reasoned non-fatal amendment moved and after debate, withdrawn; original motion agreed to, 15 Apr, 612.

Financial Services and Markets Tribunal Rules 2001:

—Motion to withdraw Rules and replace them with Rules that preserve the confidentiality of proceedings in the Financial Services Appeals Tribunals; after debate, disagreed to on division, 23 Oct, 194.

Financial Statement and Budget Report:

—Motion to take note; after debate, agreed to, 23 Jul, 129;

—Motion to take note, after debate, agreed to, 11 Dec, 348;

—Motion for resolution; after debate, agreed to, 4 Jul, 858.

Finlay of Llandaff, Baroness:

—Introduced (life peerage), 10 Jul, 84.

Fire Services:

—Papers (by command): 25 Mar, 581.

Fire Services Act 1947:

—Papers (per Act): 22 Nov, 283.

Firearms (Amendment) Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act) 19 Mar, 562.

Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 22 Jul, 917.

Fisheries Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Oct, 179; 13 Feb, 487; 4 Mar, 521; 5 Nov, 1100.

Fishing Vessels (Decommissioning) (England) Scheme 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 169; report, 23 Oct, 194; after debate, approved, 15 Nov, 256.

Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution; report, 9 Jul, 869, 870; motion to approve; after debate, on division (fewer than 30 Lords having voted) question adjourned pursuant to SO 57, 24 Jul, 937; approved, 29 Jul, 952.

Flags Regulations (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 May, 683; report, 14 May, 694; after debate, approved, 29 May, 755.

Fletcher and another (Petitioner) v. Director of Public Prosecutions and another (Respondents):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with the Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 27 Mar, 590.

Flood Defences:

—Unstarred question, 18 Dec, 375.

Floods of Queensferry Limited (Respondents) and another v. Shand Construction Limited (Petitioners) and others and one other action:

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Sep, 961.

Food Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 22.

Food and Nutrition:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 30 Jan, 438.

Food Safety Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Jul, 54; 23 Jul, 127; 15 Oct, 170; 22 Oct, 188; 27 Nov, 294; 25 Feb, 497; 19 Mar, 562; 23 May, 743; 24 Jun, 810; 15 Jul, 897; 22 Jul, 917; 24 Jul, 935; 24 Sep, 969.

Foot and Mouth:

—Papers (by command): 22 Jul, 917.

Foot-and-mouth Disease:

—Unstarred question, 25 Jun, 814.

Football Clubs:

—Unstarred question, 3 Jul, 849.

Football (Disorder) Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 22.

Football (Disorder) (Amendment) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; explanatory notes printed, 15 Nov, 256; report from DPRRC, 21 Nov, 280; after debate, 2a; committed to CWH, 20 Dec, 381; CWH, amendments made; reported with amendments, 21 Jan, 412; report received, 4 Feb, 444; 3a, after debate, passed; sent HC with amendments, 14 Feb, 491; from HC with amendments agreed to, 26 Mar, 586; RA, 1 May, 664.

Football (Disorder) (Duration of Powers) Order 2001:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 20 Jun, 20; report, 5 Jul, 75; after debate, approved, 12 Jul, 96.

Football Spectators Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Jul, 54; 17 Apr, 620; 24 Apr, 638; 9 Jul, 870; 17 Oct, 1018.

Foreign Affairs:

—Papers (by command): 12 Jul, 95; 17 Jul, 105; 19 Jul, 117; 25 Feb, 496; 4 Jul, 857; 6 Nov, 1107.

Forestry:

—Papers (by command): 17 Jul, 105.

Forestry Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Jan, 441; 7 Feb, 456.

Fowler, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 4 Jul, 69.

Fox (suing as widow and administratrix of Thomas Fox (deceased)) (Appellant) v. Spousal (Midlands) Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jan, 387; public funding certificate; report, 30 Jan, 436, 437; appeal presented, 12 Feb, 463; set down for hearing and referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Mar, 557; judgment, 16 May, 723.

Fraud:

—Papers (by command): 29 Jul, 951.

Freedom of Information:

—Motion for papers, after debate, withdrawn, 5 Dec, 317.

Freedom of Information Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 29 Nov, 302; 21 Oct, 1023.

Freedom of Information (Designation of Persons as Public Authorities) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Jun, 810; report, 2 Jul, 844; withdrawn, 8 Jul, 864.

Freeman (Respondent) v. Kasseer (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 5 Nov, 1099.

Friend (Respondent) v. Civil Aviation Authority and others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Sep, 144; report, 18 Dec, 373.

Friendly Societies Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Nov, 271; 18 Mar, 558.

Friendly Societies Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Jul, 122; 15 Oct, 171; 14 Mar, 550.

Functions of Traffic Wardens (Amendment) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Oct, 1035; report, 29 Oct, 1056.

Fur Farming (Prohibition) Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Dec, 308; 7 Feb, 456.

Further and Higher Education Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jun, 30; 10 Jul, 85; 14 Sep, 148; 4 Oct, 158; 3 Dec, 308; 20 Dec, 381; 11 Feb, 460; 16 Apr, 617; 23 May, 743; 3 Jul, 848; 4 Jul, 857; 24 Jul, 935; 8 Oct, 980.