House of Lords Journal 236 (Session 2002-03)

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O (FC) (Petitioner) v. Crown Court At Harrow (Respondents):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 16 Jun, 546; report, 28 Oct, 841.

O'Brien (Respondent) v. Chief Constable of South Wales Police (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 758.

Obesity:

—Unstarred question, 6 Oct, 766.

Office of Communications Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 51.

Official Receiver (Appellant) v. Wadge Rapps & Hunt (a Firm) and Another and Two Other Actions:

—Appointment of amicus curiae made; extension of time, 3 Feb, 166; appeal set for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Mar, 329; judgment, 31 Jul, 693.

Official Secrets Act 1989 (Prescription) (Amendment) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Jun, 562; report, 24 Jun, 583; approved, 4 Jul, 626.

Oil and Pipelines Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Nov, 18.

Okta Crude Oil Refinery Ad (Petitioners) v. Mamidoil-Jetoil Greek Petroleum Company SA (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 758.

Olatawura (Petitioner) v. Abiloye (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived, 27 Nov, 41; report, 3 Apr, 390.

Olympic Games:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 18 Dec, 96.

Ombudsman (Northern Ireland) Order 1996:

—Papers (per Order): 18 Nov, 954.

Opticians Act 1989:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 709.

Oranmore and Browne, Barony of in the Peerage of Ireland and Barony of Mereworth in the Peerage of the United Kingdom:

—Petitions presented; referred to Lord Chancellor, 4 Feb, 171–2; succession established; Lord Oranmore and Browne (Lord Mereworth) added to register of hereditary peers, 20 Feb, 243.

Orders and Decorations:

—Papers (by command): 23 Oct, 827.

Osmani (FC) (Respondent) v. London Borough of Harrow (Appellants) (England):

—Appeal presented; security for costs waived, 2 Jun, 503; public funding certificate, 4 Nov, 872; petition that appeals be conjoined ordered as prayed, 18 Nov, 953–4.

—For further proceedings see

Al-Ameri (Respondent) v. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea:

Osmani (FC) (Respondent) v. London Borough of Harrow:

(Conjoined Appeals)

Osteopaths Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 9 May, 463; 17 Sep, 751.

Owners of Cargo Lately Laden on Board the Ship Or Vessel “Starsin” and Others (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants) v. Owners and/Or Demise Charterers of the Ship Or Vessel “Starsin” (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents) and Two Other Actions:

—Judgment, 13 Mar, 325; order for costs adjourned sine die 3 Apr, 389.

Page (a Patient by His Litigation Friend) (Petitioner) v. Lee (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Nov, 949.

Palmeira Square Nos 2–6 Limited (Petitioners) v. Van Hoogstraten (Respondent):

—Report, 14 Nov, 10.

Parliamentary and Other Pensions Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Feb, 167.

Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Dec, 51; 9 Dec, 69; 30 Jun, 601; 8 Jul, 635; 9 Jul, 644; 20 Nov, 979.

Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Aston Cantlow and Wilmcote With Billesley, Warwickshire (Appellant) v. Wallbank and Another (Respondents):

—Judgment, 26 Jun, 595.

Parry (Petitioner).v. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Others (Respondents):

—Reports; 18 Dec, 94; 27 Jan, 146.

Parsons Corporation (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of California, USA) and Others and Others (Petitioners) v. C V Scheepvaartonderneming Happy Ranger (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of the Netherlands) (Respondents) and Others:

—Reports; 9 Dec, 67; 3 Feb, 166.

Parsons Corporation (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of California, USA) and Others (Respondents) v. C V Scheepvaartonderneming Happy Ranger (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of the Netherlands) (Petitioners) and Others:

—Reports; 9 Dec, 67; 3 Feb, 166.

Partnerships etc. (Removal of the Twenty Member Limit) (Northern Ireland) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Jul, 629; after debate, approved, 15 Sep, 737.

Pastoral Measure 1983:

—Papers (per measure): 2 Dec, 51; 10 Mar, 304.

Patents Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Mar, 301; 20 May, 493.

Paternity and Adoption Leave (Adoption from Overseas) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 24 Feb, 247; report, 4 Mar, 284; after debate, approved, 24 Mar, 359.

Patient (Assisted Dying) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 20 Feb, 243; DPRRC report, 19 Mar, 347; after debate, 2a, 6 Jun, 518.

Patients' Forums (Membership and Procedure) Regulations 2003:

—Motion for annulment; after debate, withdrawn, 22 Oct, 818.

Patients' Protection Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 27 Nov, 43; DPRRC report, 11 Dec, 78; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 12 Mar, 322; CWH; amendment moved and agreed to pursuant to SO 54; amendment agreed to, 20 May, 494; CWH; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 25 Jun, 592; report received; amendments agreed to; printed as amended, 4 Jul, 627; 3a; passed; to HC, 12 Sep, 734.

Pay:

—Papers (by command): 19 Mar, 347.

Pay and Review Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 25 Jun, 591; 17 Jul, 685.

Pearce (Appellant) v. Governing Body of Mayfield School (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Dec, 81; report, 18 Dec, 94; judgment; 19 Jun, 563.

Peerages:

—See

Hereditary Peers;

Lords.

Pension Schemes Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Dec, 62; 14 Jul, 665; 19 Nov, 963.

Pensions:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 5 Mar, 291.

—Papers (by command): 17 Dec, 89; 9 Apr, 416; 11 Jun, 531.

Pensions Act 1995:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Jul, 620; 4 Jul, 626.

Pensions (Increase) Act 1971:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Oct, 774.

Pensions Appeal Tribunals Act 1943:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Jun, 592.

Pensions and Retirement Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Oct, 771.

Personal Bills Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 20 Nov, 25; Lords substituted, 21 May, 497.

Personal Debt:

—Unstarred question, 21 Oct, 810.

Personal Injuries (Emergency Provisions) Act 1939:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 313.

Petroleum Production Act (Northern Ireland) 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 475.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Nov, 9; report, 4 Feb, 172.

Pilotage Act 1987:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 72.

Pitcairn:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 701.

Planning:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 701.

Planning (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Jan, 128; referred to Northern Ireland Orders GC; 6 Feb, 196; report, 13 Feb, 216; approved, 13 Feb, 217.

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 706.

Plant Varieties Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Jan, 106.

Plant Varieties and Seeds Act 1964:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Jan, 106.

Police:

—Papers (by command): 26 Jun, 594.

Police Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Dec, 96; 30 Jan, 161; 10 Mar, 304; 25 Mar, 358; 15 Sep, 736; 16 Oct. 796–7.

Police Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Dec, 56; 9 Dec, 68; 27 Jan, 147; 30 Jan, 161; 10 Mar, 304; 5 Jun, 515; 14 Jul, 665; 19 Oct, 797.

Police (Complaints) (Informal Resolution) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 791; withdrawn, 27 Oct, 833.

Police (Northern Ireland) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 376; 28 Apr, 425–6; 16 Jul, 678; 8 Sep, 706; 14 Oct, 783; 17 Nov, 949.

Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 72; 19 Dec, 99; 24 Feb, 247; 28 Apr, 424, 425, 426; 6 May, 446; 8 Sep, 706; 16 Sep, 747; 15 Oct, 791; 30 Oct, 855; 10 Nov, 903.

Police (Northern Ireland) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 5 Dec, 62; Explanatory Notes printed, 5 Dec, 63; after debate, 2a; committed to GC; 16 Dec, 86; DPRRC report, 18 Dec, 95; marshalling order, 19 Dec, 100; GC; amendments moved and agreed to, 8 Jan, 110; GC; amendment agreed to; reported with amendments; bill printed as amended, 9 Jan, 113; order in which amendments be marshalled and considered for Report stage, 20 Jan, 132; considered on report; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments agreed to; printed as amended, 23 Jan, 142; 3a; amendments agreed to; amendments disagreed to on division; privilege amendment agreed to; passed; sent to HC, 30 Jan, 162–4; from HC agreed to with amendments and with privilege amendment; HC amendments printed, 27 Mar, 372; DPRRC report on HC amendments, 2 April, 386; order in which HC amendments be considered, 2 April, 386; HC amendments considered; HC amendment agreed to; motion to disagree on HC amendment disagreed to on division; amendment to same HC amendment disagreed to on division; HC amendment then agreed to, 3 April, 389, 391–3; HC amendments considered; amendments to certain HC amendments disagreed to on division; HC amendments then agreed to; certain other HC amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining HC amendments agreed to; privilege amendment agreed to; to HC with amendments, 3 April, 390, 393–5; from HC with amendments agreed to, 7 April, 401; RA, 8 April, 410.

Police (Northern Ireland) Order 1987:

—Papers (per Order): 27 Mar, 371.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Jan, 152; 26 Feb, 266–7; 14 Mar, 329; 8 Sep, 709; 9 Sep, 712; 18 Sep, 755; 6 Oct, 765; 7 Nov, 900.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Codes B to E) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 30 Jan, 161; report, 11 Feb, 206; after debate, approved, 24 Feb, 248.

—Motion to vacate proceedings of 24 Feb agreed to, 4 Mar, 284; after debate, motion approved, 11 Mar, 315.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Codes B to E) (No. 2) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 27 Feb, 270; report, 4 Mar, 284.

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Statutory Powers of Stop and Search) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Nov, 4; report, 26 Nov, 38; after debate, approved, 10 Dec, 73.

Police Pensions Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Jan, 109; 13 Jan, 116; 10 Mar, 304–5; 27 Oct, 834.

Police Reform Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Nov, 24; 11 Dec, 78; 1 Apr, 380; 4 Nov, 873.

Policing of Airports (Belfast City) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Jul, 651; report; would be required to be enacted by private or hybrid bill, 10 Jul, 652; report, 15 Jul, 673; withdrawn, 8 Sep, 700.

Political Coverage by the Media:

—Unstarred question, 4 Nov, 873.

Pollution:

—Papers (by command): 24 Feb, 247; 9 Apr, 415; 8 Sep, 701.

Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Dec, 59; 8 Jul, 635.

Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) Regulations 2002:

—Papers (per Regulations): 2 Dec, 51.

Post Office Act 1969:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Jun, 570.

Postal Services Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 28 Nov, 46; 12 Jun, 535; 15 Jul, 672; 16 Jul, 679.

Postal Services Act 2000 (Consequential Modifications) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 Oct, 783; report, 21 Oct, 810; after debate, approved, 7 Nov, 900.

Potato Industry Development Council (Amendment) Order 2002:

—After debate, approved, 5 Dec, 64.

Prevention of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 13 Mar, 325; DPRRC report, 19 Mar, 347; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 4 Apr, 397.

Prices Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 708.

Pride Valley Foods Limited (Respondents) v. Hall & Partners (a Firm) and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 11 Dec, 77.

Prison Act (Northern Ireland) 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 686.

Prisoners:

—Papers (by command): 13 Nov, 3; 28 Apr, 424; 23 Jun, 573; 8 Sep, 701.

Prisons:

—Papers (by command): 26 Feb, 266; 9 Jul, 643; 7 Nov, 900.

Prisons Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 68.

Privacy:

—Papers (by command): 14 Oct, 783.

Private Bills:

—[Bill marked * did not receive the Royal Assent.]

—Introduced into the House of Commons, see

London Development Agency Bill;

*Mersey Tunnels Bill;

Transas Group Bill;

—Introduced into the House of Lords, see

Hereford Markets Bill [HL];

London Local Authorities Bill [HL];

*London Local Authorities and Transport for London Bill [HL];

Nottingham City Council Bill [HL].

Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 314.

Privileges, Committee for:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 20 Nov, 26; substitute Lords named, 7 Oct, 769; 20 Oct, 803.

Probation Board (Northern Ireland) Order 1982:

—Papers (per Order): 27 Mar, 371.

Procedure of the House Committee:

—Substitute Lords named, 16 Jul, 680; 7 Oct, 769.

—Reports:

—1st (Relevance of supplementary questions and answers; Attendance by speakers in debates; Length of interventions on statements; Time limit for submitting Private Notice Questions; Time for presentation of bills; The Companion to the Standing Orders), 17 Dec, 90, 91–2; agreed to, 15 Jan, 125;

—2nd (Proposal for a Northern Ireland Orders) GC; 3 Feb, 168–9; agreed to, 6 Feb, 196;

—3rd (Application of the rotation rule to the new domestic committees; Quorum of the Joint Committee on Human Rights; Recording of deaths of Members in the Minutes of Proceedings; Orders of reference of the select committees on the merits of statutory instruments; Debates on select committee reports; Appellants: Archbishops sitting as Lords Temporal; Thursday sittings), 9 Jun, 521, 524–5; agreed to, 16 Jun, 547;

—4th (Thursday sittings; Proposed Standing Committee on the European Union Intergovernmental Conference), 9 Sep, 713, 715–16; after debate, agreed to, 17 Sep, 751.

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 33; 9 Dec, 68; 7 Jan, 107; 16 Jan, 128; 28 Jan, 152; 3 Feb, 167; 17 Feb, 220; 3 Mar, 279; 11 Mar, 312; 24 Jun, 583; 8 Sep, 709.

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cash Searches: Code of Practice) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Nov, 33; report, 3 Dec, 56; after debate, approved, 10 Dec, 73.

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Disclosure of Information) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Jan, 128; report, 28 Jan, 152; after debate, approved, 19 Feb, 241.

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Exemptions from Civil Recovery) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Jan, 128; withdrawn; second draft laid, 22 Jan, 139; report, 28 Jan, 152; after debate, approved, 19 Feb, 241.

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Investigations in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: Code of Practice) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 16 Jan, 128; report, 28 Jan, 152; after debate, approved, 19 Jun, 241.

Proceeds of Crime (Northern Ireland) Order 1996:

—Papers (per Order): 13 Feb, 216.

Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Nov, 963.

Prorogation:

—See:

Procedure of the House Committee;

Queen's Speech;

Register of Lords' Interests.

Prosecution of Offences Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 376; 17 Jul, 686.

Prostitution:

—Unstarred question, 16 Oct, 799.

Protection of Animals (Anaesthetics) Act 1954:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Jan, 106; 19 May, 483.

Protection of Animals (Anaesthetics) Amendment Order 2002:

—Came into operation before being laid, 13 Jan, 117.

Protection of Children Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 313; 9 Apr, 416; 8 Sep, 704.

Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (Northern Ireland) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 7 Jan, 107; after debate, approved, 12 Feb, 213.

Protection from Eviction Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Oct, 764.

Protection of Investments:

—Papers (by command): 19 Feb, 240; 24 Feb, 247.

Public Administration:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 700.

Public Bills:

—[Bills printed in italics were introduced by Private Members. Those marked with asterisk did not receive the Royal Assent. Money bills are listed separately].

—Introduced into the House of Commons, see

Aviation (Offences) Bill;

Communications Bill;

Community Care (Delayed Discharges etc.) Bill;

Co-Operatives and Community Benefit Societies Bill;

Criminal Justice Bill;

Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Bill;

Electricity (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill;

European Parliament (Representation) Bill;

European Union (Accessions) Bill;

Female Genital Mutilation Bill;

Finance Bill;

Fire Services Bill;

Fireworks Bill;

Health (Wales) Bill;

Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill;

Household Waste Recycling Bill;

Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Deceased Fathers) Bill;

*Hunting Bill;

Industrial Development (Financial Assistance) Bill;

Legal Deposit Libraries Bill;

Local Government Bill;

Marine Safety Bill;

National Lottery (Funding of Endowments) Bill;

Northern Ireland Assembly Elections Bill;

Northern Ireland Assembly (Elections and Periods of Suspension) Bill;

Ragwort Control Bill;

Railways and Transport Safety Bill;

Regional Assemblies (Preparations) Bill;

Sunday Working (Scotland) Bill;

—Introduced into the House of Lords, see

Arms Control and Disarmament (Inspection) Bill [HL];

Courts Bill [HL];

Crime (International Co-Operation) Bill [HL];

*Equality Bill [HL];

*European Union (Implications of Withdrawal) Bill [HL];

*Greater London Authority Act 1999 (Repeal) Bill;

*Harbours Bill [HL];

*High Hedges Bill [HL];

*House of Lords (Amendment) Bill [HL];

Licensing Bill [HL];

*Ministerial and Other Salaries (Amendment) Bill [HL];

National Minimum Wage (Enforcement Notices) Bill [HL];

Bill [HL];

*Patient (Assisted Dying) Bill [HL];

*Patients' Protection Bill [HL];

Police (Northern Ireland) Bill [HL];

*Prevention of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs Bill [HL];

*Public Services (Disruption) Bill [HL];

*Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill [HL];

Sexual Offences Bill [HL];

Sustainable Energy Bill [HL];

*Taxation (Information) Bill [HL];

*Voting Age (Reduction to 16) Bill [HL];

Waste and Emissions Trading Bill [HL];

Water Bill [HL];

*Wild Mammals (Protection) (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill [HL].

Public Expenditure and Receipts Act 1968:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Dec, 86.

Public Health Laboratory Service:

—Unstarred question, 9 Jan, 113.

Public Interest Immunity:

—Unstarred question, 2 Apr, 386.

Public Lending Right Act 1979:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Dec, 90.

Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 702.

Public Processions (Northern Ireland) Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 709.

Public Records Act 1958:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 312.

Public Services (Disruption) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 3 Dec, 56; DPRRC report, 18 Dec, 95; after debate, 2a, 9 Jan, 112; CWH, 13 Jan, 117; report received, 18 Mar, 344; 3a; passed, 25 Mar, 365.

Public Vehicles Accessibility (Amendment) Regulations 2002:

—Withdrawn, 5 Dec, 62.

Public Works Loan Act 1875:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Jul, 612.

Quantum Corporation Limited and Others (Respondents) v. Plane Trucking Limited and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 18 Nov, 13.

Queen's Speech:

—At opening of session; reported by L. Chancellor; thereon moved and seconded; debate adjourned, 13 Nov, 3; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 14 Nov, 8; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 14 Nov, 11; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 18 Nov, 15; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 19 Nov, 21; debate resumed; after further debate, adjourned, 20 Nov, 26; debate resumed; after further debate, the motion to present an Humble Address to Her majesty was agreed nemine dissentiente; ordered that Address be presented by the Lord Chamberlain, 21 Nov, 29; HM's answer, 5 Dec, 61.

—At prorogation of the session: delivered by L. Chancellor, 20 Nov, 980.

Quintavalle (on Behalf of Comment on Reproductive Ethics) (Petitioner) v. Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

R Cruickshank Limited (Petitioner) v. Chief Constable of the County of Kent (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 13 Jan, 115; reports, 25 Feb, 257; 24 Mar, 357.

Race Relations Act 1976:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Dec, 90; 13 Jan, 117; 20 Jun, 569; 8 Jul, 636.

Race Relations Act 1976 (Amendment) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 8 May, 455; report, 20 May, 493; after debate, approved, 11 Jun, 532.

Race Relations Act 1976 (Seaman Recruited Abroad) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 May, 474; report, 20 May, 493; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 543.

Racism in Performing Arts:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 19 Mar, 347.

Radio:

—Papers (by command): 13 Nov, 3.

Radioactive Material (Road Transport) Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Sep, 703.

Radiological Protection Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 686.

Ragwort Control Bill:

—From HC; 1a; printed, 14 Jul, 666; DPRRC report, 10 Sep, 719; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 17 Oct, 800; CWH; reported without amendment, 4 Nov, 873; report received; 12 Nov, 928; 3a; passed, 18 Nov, 955; RA, 20 Nov, 980.

Rahman (t/a Khayam Restaurant) (Petitioner) v. Her Majesty's Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Feb, 205; report, 7 Apr, 400.

Railways Act 1974:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Feb, 200.

Railways Act 1993:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Jun, 509; 8 Jul, 635; 14 Jul, 665; 16 Jul, 678.

Railways and Transport Safety Bill:

—From HC; 1a; printed; Explanatory Notes printed, 1 Apr, 380; after debate, 2a, 1 May, 442; committed to GC; 6 May, 447; DPRRC report, 7 May, 451; marshalling order, 12 May, 466; GC; 19 May, 484; reported without amendments, 5 Jun, 516; report received; amendments agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division; printed as amended, 19 Jun, 563, 566–7; Queen's and Prince of Wales's consent signified; 3a; amendments agreed to; amendments agreed to on division; passed; to HC with amendments, 3 Jul, 621, 622–3; from HC; amendment disagreed to but with amendment in lieu thereof; amendments agreed to; HC amendment printed, 9 Jul, 645; HC amendment considered; Lords amendment not insisted on; HC amendment in lieu thereof agreed to, 10 Jul, 652; RA, 10 Jul, 653.

Raja (Administratix of the Estate of Mohammed Sabir Raja (Deceased)) (Petitioner) v. Austin Gray (a Firm) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 131; reports; 8 Apr, 410; 17 Jun, 550.

Rates (Northern Ireland) Order 1977:

—Papers (per Order): 6 Mar, 296.

Ravenseft Properties Limited (Respondents) v. Hall (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 28 Nov, 45; report, 25 Feb, 257.

Rayne, Lord:

—Death notified, 13 Oct, 780.

RCO Support Services Limited (Appellants) v. Unison and Others (Respondents):

—Reports; 18 Nov, 13; 17 Dec, 89; appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; extension of time, 18 Feb, 235; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Mar, 343.

Reading Clerk and Clerk of Outdoor Committees:

—Motion to appoint Mr David Richard Beamish agreed nemine dissentiente, 14 Jul, 666.

Recreation and Youth Service (Northern Ireland) Order 1986:

—Papers (per Order): 8 Sep, 709.

Recycling:

—Unstarred question, 9 Dec, 69.

Rees (Respondent) v. Darlington Memorial Hospital NHS Trust (Appellants):

—Judgment, 16 Oct, 798; order for costs adjourned sine die 13 Nov, 935.

Referral Orders (Amendment of Referral Conditions) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 1 May, 442; report, 13 May, 470; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 544.

Refreshment Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 25 Nov, 34.

Regeneration:

—Papers (by command): 27 Nov, 42.

Regina v. Alami (Petitioner):

—Report, 14 Nov, 9.

Regina v. Anderson (Petitioner) (Northern Ireland):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal (Northern Ireland) Act 1980 referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 572; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Regina v. Ashworth Hospital Authority (Appellants) ex parte H (FC) (Respondent) and One Other Action:

—Public funding certificate, 25 Nov, 32; appeal dismissed, 17 Dec, 89.

Regina v. Ashworth Hospital Authority (Appellants) ex parte Brogan (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 May, 462; report, 17 Jun, 550; appeal presented, 1 Jul, 608; appeal dismissed, 9 Jul, 643; petition that appeal be restored out of time ordered as prayed, 31 Jul, 695; security for costs waived, 31 Jul, 696.

Regina v. Ashworth Hospital Authority (Now Mersey Care National Health Service Trust) (Petitioners) ex parte Munjaz (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2, Oct, 758.

Regina v. Balham Youth Court (Respondents) ex parte R (a Child) (by Her Litigation Friend) (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 31 Mar, 375.

Regina v. Botmeh (Petitioner):

—Report, 14 Nov, 9.

Regina v. Bow Street Magistrates Court and Another (Petitioner) ex parte Lloyd (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Nov, 862.

Regina v. Bow Street Magistrates Court and Others (Respondents) ex parte Asasi (Petitioner):

—Report, 16 Dec, 85.

Regina v. Bristol Magistrates Court and Others (Appellants) ex parte Junttan Oy (Respondent) (Criminal Appeal from Her Majesty's High Court of Justice):

Regina v. Bristol Magistrates Court and Others (Respondents) ex parte Junttan Oy (Appellants) (Criminal Appeal from Her Majesty's High Court of Justice):

(Consolidated Appeals)

—Judgment, 23 Oct, order for costs adjourned sine die 829; 27 Oct, 833.

Regina v. British Broadcasting Corporation (Appellants) ex parte Profile Alliance (Respondents):

—Judgment, 10 April, 429.

Regina v. Brook (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Jun, 546.

Regina v. Camberwell Green Youth Court (Respondents) ex parte D (a Minor) (by His Mother and Litigation Friend) (FC) (Appellant):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 31 Mar, 375; report, 16 Jun, 546; appeal presented, 26 Jun, 595.

Regina v. Camberwell Green Youth Court (Respondents) ex parte Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent) (G (by His Mother and Litigation Friend) (FC) (Appellant) (Interested Party)):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 1 May, 441; report, 16 Jun, 546–7; appeal presented, 1 Jul, 608 .

Regina v. Camberwell Green Youth Court (Respondents) ex parte Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent) (I (by His Litigation Friend) (FC) (Petitioner) (Interested Party)):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 1 May, 442.

Regina v. Camberwell Green Youth Court (Respondents) ex parte N (a Minor) (by His Mother and Litigation Friend) (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 29 Apr, 434.

Regina v. Central Valuation Officer and Another (Respondent) ex parte Edison First Power Limited (Appellants):

—Judgment, 10 Apr, 418.

Regina v. Chenia (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Nov, 13; report, 4 Feb, 172.

Regina v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte LS (by His Mother and Litigation Friend JB) (FC) (Appellant):

—Report, 4 Jul, 172; appeal presented, 17 Feb, 219.

—For further proceedings see next entry but one.

Regina v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte Marper (FC) (Appellant):

—Report, 4 Feb, 172; appeal presented, 17 Feb, 219; appeals conjoined, 10 Mar, 304.

—For further proceedings see next entry.

Regina v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte Marper (FC) (Appellant):

Regina v. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police (Respondent) ex parte LS (by His Mother and Litigation Friend JB) (FC) (Appellant):

(Conjoined Appeals)

—Appeals conjoined, 10 Mar, 304; appeals set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 31 Mar, 376; Secretary of State for the Home Department joined to appeals on behalf of the Crown in accordance with section 5 of Human Rights Act 1998, 3 Jul, 620.

Regina v. City of Sunderland (Respondents) ex parte Beresford (FC) (Appellant):

—Judgment; order for costs adjourned sine die, 13 Nov, 935.

Regina v. Clark (Respondent):

—Petition of Crown Prosecution Service for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 695.

Regina v. Clayton (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 21 May, 496.

Regina v. Connor and Another (Appellants) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal presented, 14 Nov, 9; petition that appeal be consolidated, 30 Jan, 162.

—For further proceedings see following entry.

Regina v. Connor and Another (Appellants) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

Regina v. Mirza (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

(Consolidated Appeals)

—Lord Chancellor joined to appeals on behalf of the Crown in accordance with section 5 of Human Rights Act 1998, 4 Jun, 512; appeals set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 30 Jun, 600.

Regina v. Cotter and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Dec, 67; report, 20 May, 493; 23 Jun, 573.

Regina v. Davies (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee; report, 3 Apr, 390.

Regina v. Dietschmann (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Judgment, 27 Feb, 270.

Regina v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent) ex parte Grant (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 13 May, 469.

Regina v. Director of Public Prosecutions and Others (Respondents) ex parte Ae and Another (by Her Mother and Litigation Friend) (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 31 Mar, 376.

Regina v. Dorset County Council and Another (Respondents) ex parte Personal Representatives of Christopher Beeson (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jan, 121; report, 4 Feb, 172.

Regina v. Drew (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Jan, 104; judgment, 8 May, 455.

Regina v. Durham Constabulary and Another (Appellants) ex parte R (FC) (Respondent):

—Petition of the Secretary of State for the Home Department for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Feb, 166; report, 3 Apr, 390; appeal presented, 29 Apr, 434; public funding certificate, 31 Jul, 696.

Regina v. Durham Constabulary (Appellants) and Another ex parte R (FC) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 21 May, 496; appeal presented, 2 Jun, 503; public funding certificate, 31 Jul, 696.

Regina v. East London and the City Mental Health NHS Trust and Another (Respondents) ex parte Von Brandenburg (aka Hanley) (FC) (Appellant):

—Judgment; order for costs adjourned sine die, 13 Nov, 935.

Regina v. G and Another (Appellants):

—Report, 9 Nov, 67; appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 5 Feb, 192; judgment, 31 Jul, 694; judgment, 16 Oct, 697 .

Regina v. George (Petitioner):

—Report, 3 Dec, 55.

Regina v. Governor of Her Majesty's Prison Brixton and Others (Respondents) ex parte Rottman (Petitioner):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jul, 629; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Regina v. H (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Judgment, 30 Jan, 162.

Regina v. Hayter (Appellant):

—Petition for extension of time in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Jul, 634; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Coroner for the County of West Yorkshire (Appellant) ex parte Sacker (Respondent) (England):

—Appeal presented, 20 May, 492; security for costs waived, 2 Jun, 503; appeal referred to Appellate Committee, 1 Jul, 608; public funding certificate, 3 Jul, 620.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Attorney General (Appellant) ex parte Rusbridger and Another (Respondents):

—Judgment, 26 Jun, 595.

Regina v. Her Majesty's Commissioners of Inland Revenue (Respondents) ex parte Wilkinson (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; certificate of public funding, 15 Oct, 791.

Regina v. HM Coroner for the Western District of Somerset (Respondent) and Another (Petitioner) ex parte Middleton (FC) (Respondent):

—Reports; 14 Nov, 10; 31 Jul, 697; 9 Oct, 774; appeal of Secretary of State for the Home Department presented, 2 Dec, 50; extension of time, 13 Jan, 116; extension of time, 10 Feb, 199; extension of time, 10 Mar, 304; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 1 Apr, 379; petition praying for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Jul, 691; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 760.

Regina v. Immigration Appeal Tribunal (Respondents) ex parte Anufrijevas (FC) (Petitioner) and Another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 10 Apr, 419; reports; 31 Jul, 697; 16 Oct, 798.

Regina v. Immigration Officer At Prague Airport and Another (Respondents) ex parte European Roma Rights Centre and Others (Appellants) (England):

—Petition presented, 2 Oct, 757; public funding certificates; appeal dismissed, 10 Oct, 777; petition that appeals be restored and for leave to give security for costs out of time presented and ordered as prayed, 21 Oct, 809; extension of time, 14 Nov, 946.

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

—Petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 19 Dec, 98; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Jan, 121; report, 15 Jan, 125; judgment, 22 May, 500.

Regina v. Jones (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Jan, 158; reports; 20 May, 493; 3 Jun, 508; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 31 Jul, 695.

Regina v. Leonard Cheshire Foundation (Respondents) ex parte Callin (FC) and Another (FC) (Petitioners):

—Report, 18 Nov, 13.

Regina v. Lichniak (Appellant) (on Appeal from Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

Regina v. Pyrah (Appellant) (on Appeal from Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

(Consolidated Appeals)

—Judgment, 25 Nov, 31.

Regina v. London Borough of Barnet (Respondents) ex parte G (FC) (Appellant):

Regina v. London Borough of Lambeth (Respondents) ex parte W (FC) (Appellant):

Regina v. London Borough of Lambeth (Respondents) ex parte a (FC) (Appellant):

(Consolidated Appeals)

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time ordered as prayed, 18 Nov, 13; appeals set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 13 Jan, 115; judgment; 23 Oct, 829.

Regina v. London Borough of Bromley (Respondents) ex parte Barker (FC) (Appellant):

—Extension of time, 5 Dec, 64; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate committee, 16 Jan, 128; petition of First Secretary of State for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 12 Jun, 536; report, 16 Jun, 546; judgment; further consideration of appeal adjourned sine die, 30 Jun, 600.

Regina v. London Borough of Enfield (Respondents) ex parte Clarke (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived by Appeal Committee, 21 Jan, 136; report, 25 Feb, 258.

Regina v. London Borough of Hackney (Respondents) ex parte Satu (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 6 May, 445; report, 5 Nov, 889.

Regina v. London Borough of Lambeth (Petitioners) ex parte Mani (FC) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 2 Oct, 758.

Regina v. London Borough of Lewisham (Respondents) ex parte Bello (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived by Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 694.

Regina v. London Underground Limited and Others (Respondents) ex parte Prokopp (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 8 Jul, 634; report, 9 Jul, 643.

Regina v. Lyons and Others (Appellants) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Judgment, 14 Nov, 8; order for costs, 28 Nov, 45.

Regina v. Marchant and Another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 695.

Regina v. Matthews (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Apr, 400; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Regina v. Millennium Commission (Respondents) ex parte Asha Foundation (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Feb, 219; report, 3 Apr, 390.

Regina v. Mirza (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

—Appeal presented, 14 Nov, 9; petition for conjoined appeals presented and ordered as prayed, 30 Jan, 162.

For further proceedings see Regina v. Connor and Another.

Regina v. Monmouthshire County Council (Respondents) ex parte M W H & H Ward Estates Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Dec, 50; report, 20 May, 492.

Regina v. Muhamad (Petitioner):

—Report, 25 Feb, 257.

Regina v. Mushtaq (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

Regina v. Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and Another (Respondents) ex parte Morley (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 13 Jan, 115; report, 17 Feb, 219.

Regina v. Parole Board (Respondents) ex parte Smith (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 2 Oct, 759.

Regina v. Parole Board (Respondents) ex parte West (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 2 Oct, 759.

Regina v. Parole Board and Another (Respondents) ex parte Giles (FC) (Appellant) (England):

—Appeal presented; public funding certificate, 14 Nov, 8; extension of time, 14 Jan, 121; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 5 Feb, 192; judgment; 31 Jul, 692.

Regina v. Police Complaints Authority (Respondents) ex parte Green (FC) (Appellant):

—Reports; 3 Dec, 55; 17 Dec, 89; 18 Jul, 691; 31 Jul, 697; 31 Jul, 698; 21 Oct, 809; appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Feb, 219; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Jul, 677; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 18 Jul, 691; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 695; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Oct, 744.

Regina v. Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland and Another (Respondents) ex parte Butler (Petitioner) (Northern Ireland):

—Extension of time in accordance with Judicature (Northern Ireland) Act 1978 referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Nov, 949.

Regina v. Randall (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Mar, 295; report, 16 Jun, 546; appeal presented, 30 Jun, 600; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 2 Oct, 760.

Regina v. Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages and Another (Respondents) ex parte Crown Prosecution Service (Mersey North) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 13 Nov, 9; report, 14 Nov, 11.

Regina v. Safi and Others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee; report, 31 Jul, 697.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Defence (Respondent) ex parte Association of British Civilian Internees – Far East Region (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 6 May, 445; report, 14 Jul, 664.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Education and Employment and Others (Respondents) ex parte Williamson (Appellant) and Others:

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Jul, 608; report, 5 Nov, 889; appeal presented, 19 Nov, 962.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Others (Respondents) ex parte Greenpeace Limited (Petitioners):

—Reports; 18 Dec, 95; 27 Jan, 146–7.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and the Regions (Appellant) and Others ex parte O'Byrne (Respondent):

—Judgment, 14 Nov, 8.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and the Regions (Respondent) ex parte Adlard and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 11 Dec, 77.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Health (Respondent) ex parte Quintavalle (on Behalf of Pro-Life Alliance) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 13 Mar, 325.

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

—Appeal presented, 5 Mar, 290; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 30 Apr, 438.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Appellant) ex parte Razgar (Respondent) and Two Other Actions:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 694; report, 5 Nov, 889; appeal presented, 19 Nov, 963.

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

—Judgment, 20 Mar, 351.

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

—Appeal presented, 3 Nov, 862.

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

—Reports; 16 Dec, 85; 15 May, 477; public funding certificate, 14 Jan, 121.

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

—Reports, 16 Dec, 85; 15 May, 477; public funding certificate.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 5 Nov, 889.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Al-Hasan (FC) (Petitioner):

—Report, 13 Mar, 326; report printed, 10 Jul, 652; judgment, 31 Jul, 693–4.

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

—Reports, 14 Nov, 10; 24 Jun, 582; appeal presented, 27 Nov, 41; extension of time, 13 Jan, 115; extension of time, 19 Feb, 140; extension of time, 11 Mar, 311; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 2 Apr, 385; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 572; judgment; 16 Oct, 798.

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

—Judgment, 25 Nov, 31.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) Ex Parte Ay (Petitioner):

—Petition presented; fee waived by Appeal Committee; petition referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 695; report, 31 Jul, 698.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) ex parte Bloggs 61 (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 619; report, 3 Nov, 862.

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

—Report, 13 Mar, 326; report printed, 10 Jul, 652; judgment, 31 Jul, 694.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jan, 103; report, 13 Mar, 326; appeal presented, 31 Mar, 375; extension of time, 12 May, 465; extension of time, 23 Jun, 573; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 2 Oct, 760.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 758.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and Another (Respondents) ex parte Anufrijeva (FC) (Appellant):

—Report; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Nov, 13; judgment; order for costs adjourned sine die, 26 Jun, 595; judgment; 31 Jul, 693.

Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and Another (Respondents) ex parte Ih (Appellant):

—Reports; 16 Dec, 85; 15 May, 478; 7 Oct, 769; appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; extension of time, 17 Feb, 219; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 1 Apr, 379; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 6 May, 445; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 31 Jul, 695; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 760; judgment; 13 Nov, 935.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Petitioner) ex parte Hooper and Others (FC) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 15 Jul, 671; public funding certificates, 31 Jul, 696.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Respondent) ex parte Carson (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Jul, 685; report, 5 Nov, 889; appeal presented, 18 Nov, 953.

Regina v. Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Respondent) ex parte Hooper (FC) (Petitioner) and Others:

—Petitions for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificates, 2 Oct, 758; petitioner's public funding certificate cancelled and withdrawn, 17 Oct, 800.

Regina v. Simpson (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 4 Jun, 512; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Regina v. Skuse (Petitioner):

—Petition withdrawn, 20 Jan, 131.

Regina v. Soneji and Another (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

Regina v. South Cambridgeshire District Council (Respondents) ex parte Kides (FC) (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 7 Jan, 103; report, 17 Feb, 220.

Regina v. Special Adjudicator (Respondent) ex parte Hoxha (FC) (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 16 Dec, 85; reports; 21 May, 496; 3 Jul, 620.

Regina v. Special Adjudicator (Respondent) ex parte Ullah (FC) (Appellant) (England):

—Appeal presented; public funding certificate, 1 May, 441; extension of time, 13 Jun, 542; extension of time, 23 Jun, 573; appeal referred to Appellate Committee, 3 Jul, 619; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 16 Jul, 677; reports; 18 Jul, 691; 9 Oct, 774; petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 760.

Regina v. Specialist Training Authority of the Medical Royal Colleges (Respondents) ex parte Lambiris (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Jun, 515; reports, 31 Jul, 697; 20 Oct, 803.

Regina v. Wacker (Petitioner):

—Report, 3 Dec, 55.

Regina v. Walls (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Feb, 166; report, 31 Jul, 697; appeal presented, 2 Oct, 757.

Regina v. Webber (Appellant):

—Petition for extension of time and leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Jan, 131; report, 13 Mar, 326; appeal presented, 27 Mar, 370; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 2 Jun, 503.

Regina v. Wilkes (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

Regina v. Z (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Criminal Appeal Act 1968 referred to Appeal Committee, 13 May, 469; report, 14 Jul, 664; appeal presented, 31 Jul, 694.

Regional Assemblies (Preparations) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; printed; Explanatory Notes printed, 27 Jan, 148; DPRRC report, 12 Feb, 212; after debate, after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 20 Feb, 243, 244; CWH; amendment disagreed to on division, 13 Mar, 325, 326–7; CWH; amendment agreed to on division; amendment disagreed to on division; amendment moved; CWH; amendment withdrawn; amendment disagreed to on division, 20 Mar, 350–55; CWH; amendments disagreed to on division; CWH; amendment disagreed to pursuant to SO 54; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 24 Mar, 358, 359–62; report received; amendments disagreed to on division; amendments agreed; amendment agreed to on division, 7 Apr, 401, 402–7; considered on report; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments agreed to; printed as amended, 8 Apr, 412–13; 3a; amendments agreed to; amendments disagreed to on division; after debate, passed; to HC with amendments, 28 Apr, 426–31; from HC with amendments agreed to, 1 May, 442; RA, 8 May, 454.

Regional Development Agencies Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 686.

Regional Differences:

—Papers (by command): 10 Sep, 718.

Register of Lords' Interests:

—Printed, 18 Jul, 692.

Registration Service Act 1953:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Dec, 81; 17 Dec, 90; 15 Jul, 672.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Communication Data) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 Sep, 731; motion to approve; amendment disagreed to on division; amendments agreed to on division; original motion, as amended, approved, 13 Nov, 936; 937–41.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Directed Surveillance and Covert Human Intelligence Sources) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 Sep, 731; withdrawn; second draft laid, 15 Oct, 791; report, 21 Oct, 810; approved, 13 Nov, 936.

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Intrusive Surveillance) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 Sep, 731; report, 21 Oct, 810; motion to approve; amendment moved, amendment withdrawn; original motion approved, 13 Nov, 935,-6.

Regulatory Impact:

—Papers (by command): 20 Nov, 24; 20 May, 493; 14 Nov, 946.

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

—DPRRC report on proposed draft, 18 Dec, 95; draft referred to DPRRC, 13 Jan, 116; DPRRC report, 15 Jan, 125; after debate, approved, 6 Feb, 196.

Regulatory Reform (British Waterways Board) Order 2003:

—Proposed draft referred to DPRRC, 13 Jan, 116; DPRRC report, 19 Mar, 347; draft referred to DPRRC, 28 Apr, 425; DPRRC report, 7 May, 451; after debate, approved, 11 Jun, 532.

Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2003:

—DPRRC report on proposed draft, 11 Dec, 78; draft referred to DPRRC, 17 Sep, 750; DPRRC report, 8 Oct, 771; approved, 5 Nov, 890.

Regulatory Reform (Credit Unions):

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 16 Dec, 86; DPRRC report, 18 Dec, 95; after debate, approved, 30 Jan, 162.

Regulatory Reform (Gaming Machines) Order 2003:

—Proposed draft referred to DPRRC, 13 Mar, 324; DPRRC report, 7 May, 451; draft referred to DPRRC, 17 Sep, 750; DPRRC report, 8 Oct, 771; after debate, approved, 28 Oct, 842.

Regulatory Reform (Housing Management Agreements) Order 2003:

—DPRRC report on proposed draft, 27 Nov, 43; DPRRC report on draft, 15 Jan, 125; draft referred to DPRRC, 24 Feb, 247; DPRRC report, 26 Feb, 267; after debate, approved, 24 Mar, 359.

Regulatory Reform (Patents) Order 2004:

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 10 Nov, 903.

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

—After debate, approved, 19 Dec, 100.

Regulatory Reform (Schemes Under Section 129 of the Housing Act 1988) (England) Order 2003:

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 10 Dec, 72; request for evidence from DPRRC, 18 Dec, 95; DPRRC report, 29 Jan, 158; draft referred to DPRRC, 11 Mar, 312; DPRRC report, 19 Mar, 347; after debate, approved, 24 Mar, 359.

Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2002:

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 17 Dec, 89; DPRRC report, 18 Dec, 95; after debate, approved, 19 Dec, 100.

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

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 17 Mar, 333; DPRRC report, 1 Apr, 386; after debate, approved, 7 May, 452.

Regulatory Reform (Sunday Trading) Order 2004:

—Draft referred to DPRRC, 14 Oct, 783; DPRRC report, 19 Nov, 964.

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Feb, 258; report, 4 Mar, 284; approved, 27 Mar, 372.

Rehabilitation of Offenders (Northern Ireland) Order 1978:

—Papers (per Order): 8 Sep, 704.

Relaxation Group plc (Respondents) v. Rhys-Harper (FC) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 19 Jun, 562–3.

Release of Short-Term Prisoners on Licence (Amendment of Requisite Period) Order 2002:

—After debate, draft approved, 25 Nov, 34.

Release of Short-Term Prisoners on Licence (Amendment of Requisite Period) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 10 Apr, 419; report, 6 May, 446; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 544.

Release of Short-Term Prisoners on Licence (Repeal of Age Restriction) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Jun, 515; report, 17 Jun, 551; after debate, approved, 23 Jun, 574.

Reliance Water Controls Limited (Original Respondents and Cross-Appellants) v. Altecnic Limited (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents):

—Appeal and cross-appeal withdrawn, 7 Jul, 629.

Religious Offences, Committee on:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 19 Nov, 20.

—Report, 10 Apr, 420.

Representation of the People Act 1983:

—Papers (per Act): 2 Apr, 385.

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (England and Wales) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Jun, 521; report, 17 Jun, 551; after debate, approved, 11 Jul, 661.

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 13 Jun, 543; report, 24 Jun, 583; after debate, approved, 11 Jul, 661.

Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (Scotland) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Jun, 521; report, 9 Jun, 551; after debate, approved, 11 Jul, 661.

Representation of the People (Northern Ireland) (Variation of Specified Documents) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 4 Mar, 284; withdrawn, 19 Mar, 347; second draft laid, 19 Mar, 347; report, 25 Mar, 365; after debate approved, 1 Apr, 380.

Reserve Forces Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Dec, 62; 7 Jan, 107; 20 Feb, 243; 4 Mar, 284; 8 Apr, 411; 8 Sep, 709; 6 Oct, 766.

Retention of Communications Data (Code of Practice) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 Sep, 731; withdrawn; second draft laid, 29 Oct, 848, 849; report, 4 Nov, 873; approved, 13 Nov, 936.

Retention of Communications Data (Extension of Initial Period) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 11 Sep, 731; report, 21 Oct, 810; approved, 13 Nov, 936.

Reuben and Others (Respondents) v. Time Inc and Others (Petitioners) and One Other Action:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 20 Feb, 244; report, 8 Apr, 410.

Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council (Respondents) v. Jones and Another (Personal Representatives of the Estate of William John Watkins (Deceased)) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 19 May, 483; report, 31 Jul, 698.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 572; report, 28 Oct, 841.

Road Traffic Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Feb, 167; 6 Feb, 195; 10 Feb, 200; 10 Mar, 305; 11 Mar, 313; 28 Apr, 425; 7 Jul, 629; 8 Jul, 635; 18 Jul, 691; 8 Sep, 702; 8 Sep, 703; 9 Sep, 713; 6 Oct, 765; 27 Oct, 834.

Road Traffic Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Jan, 109; 27 Jan, 147; 10 Feb, 200; 11 Mar, 313; 26 Mar, 367; 31 Mar, 376; 9 May, 462; 17 Jul, 685; 8 Sep, 701; 8 Sep, 704; 8 Sep, 707; 9 Sep, 713; 17 Sep, 750; 18 Sep, 755; 6 Oct, 765; 16 Oct, 797; 23 Oct, 828.

Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 2 Dec, 52; DPRRC report, 11 Dec, 78; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 28 Feb, 276; CWH; amendments agreed to; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 9 May, 463; report received; amendment agreed to; printed as amended, 10 Jun, 529; 3a; passed; to HC, 17 Jun, 552.

Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Act 1999:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Dec, 77.

Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 9 May, 462.

Road Traffic Reduction Act 1997:

—Papers (per Act): 6 May, 446.

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 4; 2 Dec, 51; 16 Dec, 86; 13 Jan, 116; 8 Sep, 707; 16 Oct, 797.

Road Vehicles (Registration and Licensing) (Amendment) (no. 3) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 15 Oct, 791; report, 21 Oct, 810; after debate approved, 14 Nov, 946.

Roads and Street Works Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Jun, 558.

Roe (a Patient by His Litigation Friend) (Respondent) v. Sheffield City Council (Petitioners) and Others (Respondents) and Others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 7 Jul, 629.

Roe (a Patient by His Litigation Friend) (Respondent) v. Sheffield City Council (Respondents) and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition of South Yorkshire Light Rail Limited for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 7 Jul, 629.

Rowe (FC) (Petitioner) v. Kingston-Upon-Hull City Council and Others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 6 Oct, 763.

Royal Assent:

—By Commission:

—20 Nov, 980.

—By notification:

—6 Mar (4 bills), 295;

—20 Mar (2 bills), 350;

—8 Apr (3 bills), 410;

—8 May (5 bills), 454;

—15 May (1 bill), 478;

—10 Jul (10 bills), 653;

—17 Jul (1 bill), 685;

—18 Sep (5 bills), 756;

—30 Oct (8 bills), 855;

—13 Nov (4 bills), 933.

Royal Patriotic Fund Corporation:

—Papers (by command), 9 Dec, 68.

Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Group plc (Respondents) v. Her Majesty's Commissioners of Customs and Excise (Appellants):

—Judgment, 22 May, 500.

Rudd (Valuation Officer) (Respondent) v. Cinderella Rockerfellas Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 13 May, 469; report, 3 Nov, 862.

Russell (Respondent) v. Devine (AP) (Appellant) (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal Northern Ireland) (Northern Ireland):

—Legal aid certificate, 19 Feb, 240; judgment; 8 May, 455.

S (by Her Mother and Litigation Friend) (Respondent) v. Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Royal Hospital NHS Trust (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 17 Oct, 800; public funding certificate, 11 Nov, 920.

Sabaf SpA (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of Italy) (Appellants) v. MFI Furniture Centres Limited and Others (Respondents):

—Report, 12 Feb, 212; appeal presented, 26 Feb, 266; petition that appeal be consolidated ordered as prayed, 27 Mar, 370.

—For further proceedings see next entry.

Sabaf SpA (a Company Incorporated Under the Laws of Italy) (Respondents) v. MFI Furniture Centres Limited and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 12 Feb, 212; appeal presented, 26 Feb, 266; appeals consolidated, 27 Mar, 370; appeals set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 9 Apr, 415.

Safety of Sports Grounds Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Nov, 29; 25 Jun, 592.

Sage (Respondent) v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions and Others (Appellants):

—Judgment, 10 Apr, 419.

Saint Helena Act 1833:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Oct, 774.

Salary Review Bodies:

—Papers (by command): 10 Feb, 199; 27 Feb, 269; 19 May, 483; 8 Sep, 701.

Saunders (Petitioner) v. Williams (Respondent) and Another (Respondent):

—Report, 14 Nov, 9–10.

School Funding:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 7 May, 452.

School Inspections Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Feb, 192.

School Standards and Framework Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 3–4; 18 Nov, 14; 26 Nov, 38; 2 Dec, 51; 19 Dec, 99; 7 Jan, 104–5; 13 Jan, 116–17; 20 Jan, 132; 27 Jan, 147; 3 Feb, 167; 25 Feb, 258; 28 Feb, 276; 3 Mar, 279; 4 Mar, 284; 10 Mar, 305; 11 Mar, 314; 12 Mar, 321; 13 Mar, 324; 12 Mar, 321; 13 Mar, 324; 17 Mar, 333; 7 Apr, 401; 28 Apr, 424, 426; 9 May, 462; 21 May, 497; 19 Jun, 562; 15 Jul, 673; 8 Sep, 705; 8 Sep, 707; 9 Sep, 712; 9 Sep, 713; 15 Oct, 791–2; 16 Oct, 797; 20 Oct, 803; 29 Oct, 849; 3 Nov, 863; 5 Nov, 890; 18 Nov, 954; 19 Nov, 963.

School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Mar, 350.

Science and Technology:

—Papers (by command): 25 Nov, 32; 21 May, 496; 16 Jul, 677.

Science and Technology Act 1965:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Jul, 620; 10 Jul, 652; 16 Jul, 679; 17 Jul, 686; 28 Oct, 842.

Science and Technology Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 19 Nov, 20–21.

—Reports:

—1st (Managing Radioactive Waste: the Government's response), 28 Nov, 46;

—2nd (Chips for Everything, together with the Minutes of Evidence), 28 Nov, 46; after debate, agreed to, 14 Mar, 330;

—3rd (What on Earth? The threat to the science underpinning conservation: the Government Response and the Committee's commentary), 30 Jun, 601;

—4th (Fighting Infection), 2 Jul, 612;

—5th (SETting the Regional Agenda), 3 Jul, 621.

Scotland Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 6 Mar, 296; 8 Sep, 708; 10 Sep, 719.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 12 Dec, 81; report, 14 Jan, 122.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) (No. 2) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 19 Jun, 562; withdrawn, 24 Jun, 582; second draft laid, 24 Jun, 583; report, 1 Jul, 609; after debate, approved, 9 Jul, 645.

The Scottish Ministers (Appellants) v. Davidson (Respondent) (Scotland):

—Appeal presented, 9 Dec, 67.

Scottish and Newcastle plc (Respondents) v. Raguz (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

Scutts (Suing by His Father and Litigation Friend) (FC) (Petitioner) v. Keyse and Another:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 5 Jun, 503; report, 31 Jul, 697.

Sea Fish (Conservation) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Nov, 29; 16 Jun, 547; 6 Oct, 765.

Sea Fisheries (Shell Fish) Act 1967:

—Papers (per Act): 31 Mar, 376.

Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Appellant) v. Frid (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal brought direct from High Court of Justice; referred to Appeal Committee, 3 Feb, 166; report, 3 Mar, 326; appeal presented, 27 Mar, 370; extension of time, 8 May, 455; extension of time, 2 Jun, 503; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 6 Jun, 518.

Security:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 701.

Security and Liberty:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 26 Mar, 368.

Select Vestries:

—Bill. Presented; pro forma 1a, 13 Nov, 2.

Selection, Committee of:

—Appointed; Lords named, 14 Nov, 7–8; Lords substituted, 21 May, 497; 7 Oct, 769.

—Reports:

—1st, 18 Nov, 15;

—2nd, 3 Jul, 621;

—3rd, 17 Jul, 687.

Sentenced Persons:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 700.

Sentencing Policy:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 15 Jan, 125.

Sepet (FC) and Another (FC) (Appellants) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondents):

—Judgment, 20 Mar, 351.

Severn Bridges Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Nov, 29; 14 Jul, 665; 16 Sep, 747.

Sex Discrimination Act 1975:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Jul, 636; 15 Jul, 672; 10 Nov, 903.

Sexual Equality:

—Papers (by command): 11 Jul, 660.

Sexual Offences:

—Papers (by command): 10 Oct, 777.

Sexual Offences Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed; Explanatory Notes printed, 28 Jan, 152; DPRRC report, 12 Feb, 212; 2a, 13 Feb, 216; CWH, 10 Mar, 305; marshalling order, 19 Mar, 347; CWH; amendment agreed to, 31 Mar, 377; CWH; amendments agreed to, 1 Apr, 380; CWH; amendments agreed to; amendment agreed to on division, 1 Apr, 381; CWH; amendments agreed to; amendment agreed to on division; 10 Apr, 420–21; CWH; amendments agreed to, 28 Apr, 426; CWH; amendments agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division, 13 May, 471–2; CWH; amendments agreed to; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 19 May, 484; report received; amendments agreed to; amendment agreed to on division; further considered on report; amendments agreed to, 2 Jun, 505–6; further considered on report; amendments agreed to; amendment agreed to on division; printed as amended, 9 Jun, 521, 522–3; 3a; amendments agreed to; amendments disagreed to on division; passed; to HC, 17 Jun, 552–5; from HC agreed to with amendments; HC amendments printed, 4 Nov, 873; HC amendments considered; HL amendments disagreed to on division; HL amendment agreed to on division; HL amendment in lieu agreed to; HC amendment disagreed to; Committee appointed to propose reason for disagreement; Committee report agreed to; HC amendments agreed to with amendments; remaining HC amendments agreed to; to HC with a reason and amendments, 13 Nov, 937, 941–3; from HC; HC amendment to which HL disagreed not insisted on; HL amendment in lieu agreed to; HC amendment to which HL disagreed not insisted on but amendment proposed in lieu; HL amendment in lieu disagreed to with a reason; HL amendment to HC amendment agreed to; HC reason and amendment considered; HL amendment not insisted on; HC amendment in lieu of amendment to which HL had disagreed agreed to, 18 Nov, 955; RA, 20 Nov, 980.

Shaker (Respondent) v. Al-Bedrawi (Petitioner) and Others and Two Other Actions:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jun, 520.

Shaker (Respondent) v. Steggles Palmer (a Firm) and Others (Petitioners) and Two Other Actions:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Jun, 520.

Shamoon (Appellant) v. Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (Respondent) (Northern Ireland):

—Judgment, 27 Feb, 271.

Sheldrake (Respondent) v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal in accordance with Administration of Justice Act 1960 referred to Appeal Committee, 13 Mar, 325; report, 21 May, 496; appeal presented, 4 Jun, 512; petition for conjoined appeals ordered as prayed, 2 Oct, 761.

—For further proceedings see next entry.

Sheldrake (Respondent) v. Director of Public Prosecutions (Appellant) (Criminal Appeal from Her Majesty's High Court of Justice):

Attorney General's Reference No. 4 of 2002 (on Appeal from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)):

(Conjoined Appeals)

—Appeal and reference set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 17 Nov, 949.

Shierson and Others (Liquidators of Rgb Resources plc) (Respondents) v. Rastogi and Another (Petitioners) and Others:

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 9 Dec, 67; report, 21 Jan, 136.

Shipping:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 701.

Shogun Finance (Respondents) v. Hudson (FC) (Appellant):

—Judgment, 19 Nov, 962.

Simmons (Respondent) v. British Steel plc (Appellants) (Scotland):

—Appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; report, 13 Feb, 216; extension of time, 18 Mar, 343; extension of time, 29 Apr, 435; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 19 May, 483.

Simms (Respondent) v. Oakes (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived by Appeal Committee, 6 Jun, 517; report, 8 Jul, 635.

Sirius International Insurance Company (Publ) (Appellants) v. Fai General Insurance Limited and Others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 1 May, 441; report, 8 Jul, 635; appeal presented, 31 Jul, 694; extension of time, 2 Oct, 760; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 3 Nov, 862.

Skidmore (Respondent) v. Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust (Appellants):

—Judgment, 22 May, 500.

Smith (Petitioner) v. Henniker-Major & Co (a Firm) (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Dec, 77; reports, 3 Apr, 390; 15 May, 478.

Soap and Detergent Industry:

—Unstarred question, 9 Jan, 113.

Social Security:

—Papers (by command): 5 Feb, 192; 9 Jul, 643; 6 Oct, 764.

Social Security Act 1988:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Mar, 329; 15 Jul, 672; 17 Jul, 685.

Social Security Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Apr, 397.

Social Security (Contributions) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Feb, 192; withdrawn, 24 Feb, 246; second draft laid, 24 Feb, 247; report, 4 Mar, 284; after debate, approved, 26 Mar, 368.

Social Security (Contributions) (Re-Rating and National Insurance Funds Payments) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Feb, 192; report, 25 Feb, 258; approved, 26 Mar, 368.

Social Security (Jobcentre Plus Interviews for Partners) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 25 Jun, 592; report, 1 Jul, 609; after debate, approved, 7 Jul, 630.

Social Security (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1977:

—Papers (per Act): 11 Mar, 312.

Social Security Administration Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Jan, 106; 15 Jan, 125; 20 Jan, 132; 3 Feb, 167; 24 Feb, 247; 4 Mar, 284; 5 Mar, 290; 6 Mar, 296; 7 Mar, 301; 12 Mar, 321; 28 Apr, 425; 6 May, 446; 27 Jun, 597; 8 Sep, 706; 8 Sep, 709; 12 Sep, 733; 15 Sep, 736.

Social Security Administration (Northern Ireland) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 15 Jan, 125.

Social Security Benefits Up-Rating Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 5 Feb, 192; report, 11 Feb, 206; after debate, approved, 4 Mar, 285.

Social Security and Child Support (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2003:

—Notification that instrument came into operation before being laid, 29 Apr, 435.

Social Security Commissioners (Procedure) (Tax Credit Appeals) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Nov, 46; report, 3 Dec, 56; after debate, approved, 10 Dec, 73.

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

—Papers (per Act): 18 Nov, 14; 17 Dec, 30.

Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Nov, 14; 26 Nov, 38; 27 Nov, 42; 7 Jan, 106; 14 Jan, 121; 17 Feb, 220; 20 Feb, 243; 26 Feb, 266; 5 Mar, 290; 6 Mar, 296; 11 Mar, 312; 12 Mar, 321; 13 Mar, 324; 14 Mar, 329; 24 Mar, 358; 31 Mar, 376; 9 Apr, 416; 28 Apr, 424, 425; 30 Apr, 439; 20 May, 493; 2 Jun, 504; 20 Jun, 569; 25 Jun, 592; 11 Jul, 660; 15 Jul, 672; 16 Jul, 678; 18 Jul, 691; 8 Sep, 702; 8 Sep, 705; 8 Sep, 708; 10 Sep, 719; 11 Sep, 731; 12 Sep, 733; 15 Sep, 736; 18 Sep, 755; 6 Oct, 764; 10 Oct, 777; 15 Oct, 791; 27 Oct, 834; 19 Nov, 963.

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

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 38; 14 Jan, 122; 14 Mar, 330; 8 Sep, 705; 8 Sep, 707; 18 Sep, 755.

Social Services:

—Papers (by command): 28 Jan, 152.

Socie"te" Eram Shipping Company Limited (Respondents) and Others v. Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (Appellants):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 10 Mar, 304; report, 17 Mar, 333; judgment; 12 Jun, 535.

Society of Lloyds (Respondents) v. Jaffray and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 4 Feb, 172.

South Ayrshire Council (Appellants) v. Milligan (Respondent) (Scotland):

—Appeal presented, 17 Mar, 333; extension of time, 29 Apr, 435; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 6 Jun, 518.

South Bucks District Council (Respondents) v. Flanagan and Another (Petitioner):

—Report, 18 Nov, 13.

South Bucks District Council and Another (Respondents) v. Porter (FC) (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 13 Jun, 542; report, 31 Jul, 697; appeal presented, 2 Oct, 757; extension of time, 13 Nov, 936.

Southern Africa:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 19 Feb, 241.

Speakers:

—Commission appointing Speakers in absence of L. Chancellor, 9 Dec, 66–7.

Speakership of the House, Select Committee on Future Arrangements for:

—Motion on appointment of; motion agreed, 3 Jul, 621; appointed; Lords named en bloc, 9 Jul, 644–5; report, 18 Nov, 955.

Special Education:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 29 Jan, 159.

Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Procedure) Rules 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 18 Mar, 343; withdrawn; second draft laid, 24 Mar, 357; report, 25 Mar, 365; after debate, approved, 31 Mar, 377.

Special Procedure Order:

—See

Marriage Validity (Harrogate District Hospital) Order 2003.

Specialised Health Services:

—Unstarred question, 8 Apr, 412.

Sport:

—Papers (by command): 30 Jun, 600; 17 Sep, 750; 18 Sep, 755.

Standards in Public Life:

—Papers (by command): 21 Nov, 28; 8 Apr, 410; 11 Sep, 731.

Standing Orders (Private Bills) Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 9 Dec, 69.

Standing Orders (Private Business):

—Amended: SOs 4A, 24, 26, 27, 27A, 29, 34, 37, 39, 45, 47, 98, 127, 139, 28 Nov, 46–7.

—SO 91 (Special Circumstances):

—Rules applied: 29 Jan, 158.

Standing Orders (Public Business):

—Amended: SOs 42, 73, 74, 29 Jan, 158.

—Amended: SO 152B, 20 Oct, 803.

—SO 10 (Hereditary peers: by-elections);

—Election in accordance with provisions of: 27 Mar, 371.

—SO 41 (Arrangement of the Order Paper):

—Dispensed with: 19 Nov, 18; 26 Nov, 39; 2 Dec, 52; 4 Dec, 59; 11 Dec, 78; 18 Dec, 96; 7 Jan, 107; 9 Jan, 112; 28 Jan, 153; 18 Mar, 344; 12 May, 466; 19 May, 484; 2 Jun, 504; 17 Jul, 687.

—SO 47 (No two stages of the bill to be taken on one day):

—Dispensed with: 19 Feb, 240; 13 Mar, 325; 18 Mar, 344; 12 May, 466; 24 Jun, 22; 2 Jul, 613; 12 Sep, 733.

—SO 54 (Teller for not contents not having been appointed):

—Applied: 20 May, 494.

State Pension Credit Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Dec, 72.

State Pension Credit (Decisions and Appeals – Amendment) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 May, 474; report, 20 May, 494; after debate, approved, 10 Jun, 529.

Statistics:

—Papers (by command): 8 Jul, 635; 18 Jul, 691.

Statutory Instruments Joint Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 19 Nov, 21; Lords substituted, 11 Dec, 78.

—Reports:

—1st, 19 Nov, 18;

—2nd, 26 Nov, 38;

—3rd, 3 Dec, 56;

—4th, 10 Dec, 72;

—5th, 17 Dec, 90;

—6th, 14 Jan, 122;

—7th, 21 Jan, 136;

—8th, 28 Jan, 152;

—9th, 4 Feb, 172;

—10th, 11 Feb, 206;

—11th, 25 Feb, 258;

—12th, 4 Mar, 284;

—13th, 11 Mar, 314;

—14th, 18 Mar, 344;

—15th, 25 Mar, 365;

—16th, 1 Apr, 380;

—17th, 8 Apr, 411;

—18th, 6 May, 446–7;

—19th, 13 May, 470;

—20th, 20 May, 493–4;

—21st, 10 Jun, 529;

—22nd, 17 Jun, 551;

—23rd, 24 Jun, 583;

—24th, 1 Jul, 609;

—25th, 8 Jul, 636;

—26th, 15 Jul, 673;

—27th, 16 Sep, 747;

—28th, 21 Oct, 810;

—29th, 28 Oct, 842;

—30th, 4 Nov, 873;

—31st, 11 Nov, 920;

—32nd, 18 Nov, 954.

—Session 2001–02:

—Minutes of proceedings printed, 3 Apr, 389.

—Session 2002–03:

—Minutes of proceedings printed, 3 Jun, 509; 19 Nov, 964.

Statutory Instruments Reference Committee:

—Report, 5 Dec, 62.

Steel Industry:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 25 Jun, 592.

Stem Cell Research Committee:

—Report; after debate, approved, 5 Dec, 64.

Stena Rederi Aktiebolag and Others (Petitioners) v. Irish Ferries Limited (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 11 Mar, 311; reports; 20 May, 493; 23 Jun, 573.

Stewart (Respondent) v. Perth and Kinross Council (Appellants) (Scotland):

—Appeal presented, 18 Dec, 94; legal aid certificate, 6 Oct, 763; extension of time, 20 Oct, 803.

Strategic Investment and Regeneration of Sites (Northern Ireland) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 14 Jan, 121; referred to Northern Ireland Orders GC; 6 Feb, 196; report, 10 Feb, 200; motion for approval; amendment moved and disagreed to on division; after debate, approved, 11 Feb, 207–8.

Streets:

—Order to prevent stoppages in; renewed, 13 Nov, 3.

Submarine Pipelines:

—Papers (by command): 5 Mar, 290.

Summer Recess:

—Motion on dates of; after debate, agreed to on division, 24 Nov, 34–5.

Sunday Working (Scotland) Bill:

—From HC; 1a; printed, 19 May, 484; DPRRC report, 11 Jun, 532; after debate, 2a; CWH, 13 Jun, 543; order of commitment discharged, 1 Jul, 609; 3a; passed, 9 Jul, 645; RA, 10 Jul, 652.

Sunspot Shipping Limited and Others (Petitioners) v. Tryg-Baltica International (UK) Limited (Formerly Known As Colonia Baltica Insurance Limited) and Others (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 24 Feb, 246; reports 8 Apr, 410; 6 May, 445–6.

Superannuation Act 1972:

—Papers (per Act): 19 Dec, 98; 11 Mar, 313; 7 Apr, 401; 9 Apr, 416; 8 Sep, 709; 9 Sep, 713; 17 Sep, 751; 6 Oct, 764; 29 Oct, 849.

Supply of Beer (Tied Estate) (Revocation) Order 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 21 Nov, 28; report, 3 Dec, 56; after debate, approved, 19 Dec, 100.

Suppression of Terrorism Act 1978:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Jan, 112; 8 Sep, 708.

Supreme Court:

—Unstarred question, 8 Sep, 710.

Supreme Court Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 4; 9 Dec, 68; 3 Feb, 167; 27 Feb, 270; 28 Feb, 276; 10 Mar, 305; 11 Mar, 313; 14 Mar, 330; 27 Jun, 597; 30 Jun, 600.

Sustainable Energy Act 2003:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Nov, 979.

Sustainable Energy Bill:

—From HC; 1a; printed, 7 Jul, 630; Explanatory Notes printed, 8 Sep, 710; DPRRC report, 10 Sep, 719; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 12 Sep, 734; CWH; reported without amendment; report received, 10 Oct, 778; 3a; passed, 21 Oct, 810; RA, 30 Oct, 855.

Synodical Government (Amendment) Measure:

—Presented for RA, 10 Dec, 73; RA, 6 Mar, 295.

Synthon BV (Petitioners) v. Smithkline Beecham plc (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 758.

Synthon BV (Respondents) v. Smithkline Beecham plc (Petitioners):

—Report, 18 Dec, 95.

Tax Credits Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 38; 10 Dec, 72; 17 Dec, 90; 28 Jan, 152; 4 Mar, 284; 5 Mar, 290; 11 Mar, 312; 13 Mar, 324; 14 Mar, 330; 2 Jun, 504; 26 Jun 595; 8 Sep, 704; 5 Nov, 889.

Tax Credits (Appeals) (No. 2) Regulations 2002:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 28 Nov, 46; report, 3 Dec, 56; after debate, approved, 10 Dec, 73.

Tax Law Rewrite Bills, Joint Committee on:

—Message from HC; members appointed, 3 Dec, 56; Lords named en bloc; message to HC, 9 Dec, 69.

—Reports:

—1st, 14 Jan, 122.

Taxation (Information) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 2 Jun, 504; DPRRC report, 11 Jun, 532; after debate, 2a, 9 Jul, 645; CWH, 27 Oct, 834; order of commitment discharged, 11 Nov, 921; 3a; passed; to HC, 17 Nov, 950.

Taxes Management Act 1970:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Dec, 56; 1 Apr, 380.

Taylor (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent) v. Mepc Holdings Limited (Appellants):

—Report, 11 Dec, 77; appeal presented, 7 Jan, 103; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 18 Feb, 234.

Teacher Recruitment:

—Unstarred question, 18 Jun, 559.

Teaching and Higher Education Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 25 Nov, 33; 16 Dec, 86; 7 Jan, 106; 29 Jan, 158; 8 Apr, 410; 28 Apr, 424; 6 May, 446; 23 Jun, 573; 16 Jul, 678; 8 Sep, 707.

Telecommunications Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 14 May, 475.

Telephone Number Exclusion (Domain Names and Internet Addresses) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Nov, 863; report, 11 Nov, 920; after debate, approved, 14 Nov, 947.

Temple (Formerly a Child But Now a Patient Who Sues His Mother and Litigation Friend Barbara Temple) (FC) (Petitioner) v. South Manchester Health Authority (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 17 Dec, 89; reports, 19 Mar, 346; 19 May, 483.

Terrorism:

—Papers (by command): 25 Feb, 258; 26 Feb, 266.

Terrorism Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Nov, 38; 10 Dec, 72; 23 Jan, 142; 7 Mar, 301.

Terrorism Act 2000 (Code of Practice on Video Recording of Interviews) (Northern Ireland) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Jan, 142; withdrawn, 30 Jan, 161; second draft laid, 3 Feb, 167; report, 4 Feb, 172; withdrawn, 6 Feb, 195;third draft laid, 12 Mar, 321; report, 18 Mar, 344; after debate, approved, 1 Apr, 381.

Terrorism Act 2000 (Code of Practice on the Video Recording With Sound of Police Interviews of Persons Detained Under the Terrorism Act 200):

—Draft withdrawn, 10 Feb, 199.

Terrorism Act 2000 (Continuation of Part VII) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 23 Jan, 142; report, 4 Feb, 172; after debate, approved, 10 Feb, 201.

Terrorism and Religion:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 9 Apr, 416.

Thames Trains Limited (Respondents) v. Health and Safety Executive (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 572; report, 3 Nov, 862.

Thomson (Respondent) v. Kvaerner Govan Limited (Appellants) (Scotland):

—Extension of time, 12 Dec, 82; extension of time, 20 Jan, 131; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 3 Feb, 166; legal aid certificate, 16 Jul, 677; judgment; 31 Jul, 693.

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

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; report, 14 May, 474.

Thurrock Development Corporation (Area and Constitution) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 2 Jul, 612; report; would require to be enacted by private or hybrid bill, 2 Jul, 613; report, 8 Jul, 636; report; no petition presented against the order, 16 Jul, 679; after debate, approved, 842.

Times Newspapers Limited (Petitioners) v. Burstein (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 7 Jan, 103; report, 13 Mar, 326.

Timeshare Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Oct, 771.

Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 23 Jan, 142; 6 Jun, 518.

Tobacco Products Duty Act:

—Papers (per Act): 12 Jun, 535.

Todd (Widow and Administratrix of the Estate of Peter Todd (Deceased) and Parent of Kerry Todd (Deceased)) (FC) and Another (Petitioners) v. Adams and Another (Together Trading As Trelawny Fishing Company) (Respondents):

—Petition withdrawn, 23 Jan, 142.

Tomlinson (Original Respondent and Cross-Appellant) v. Congleton Borough Council and Others (Original Appellants and Cross-Respondents):

—Extension of time, 2 Dec, 50; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 7 Jan, 104; public funding certificate, 10 Mar, 304; judgment; 31 Jul, 693.

Tourism:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 30 Apr, 439.

—Papers (by command): 1 Apr, 380.

Town and Country Planning Act 1990:

—Papers (per Act): 10 Mar, 304; 7 Apr, 401; 6 May, 446; 8 Sep, 706.

Town and Country Planning (Electronic Communications) (England) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 6 Mar, 296; report, 18 Mar, 244; after debate, approved, 24 Mar, 359.

Toye (Petitioner) v. London Borough of Southwark (Respondents):

—Report, 18 Nov, 13.

Trade and Industry:

—Papers (by command): 3 Feb, 167.

Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Mar, 324; 11 Jul, 660; 14 Jul, 665; 8 Sep, 709.

Traffic and Transport in London:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 11 Dec, 78.

Trafficking in People:

—Unstarred question, 10 Jul, 654.

Transas Group Bill:

—Petition for Private Bill, 27 Nov, 43; Examiner's certificate, 18 Dec, 95; from HC; 1a; referred to Examiners, 21 Oct, 810; Examiner's certificate; report pursuant to Private Business SO 91, 27 Oct, 834; 2a; committed to Unopposed Bill Committee, 3 Nov, 863; reported from Unopposed Bill Committee with amendments, 5 Nov, 890; 3a; to HC with amendments, 12 Nov, 928; from HC with amendments agreed to, 18 Nov, 955; RA, 20 Nov, 980.

Transco plc (Formerly BG plc and BG Transco plc) (Appellants) v. Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council (Respondents):

—Judgment, 19 Nov, 962.

Transfer of Prisoners:

—Papers (by command): 17 Feb, 220; 4 Apr, 397; 17 Sep, 750; 7 Nov, 900.

Transport:

—Papers (by command): 12 May, 465; 10 Jun, 528; 28 Oct, 842.

Transport Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Mar, 330; 8 Jul, 635.

Transport Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 30 Apr, 439.

Transport Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 9 Dec, 68; 17 Feb, 220; 8 Apr, 410; 15 Jul, 673.

Travel to European Union Institutions and National Parliaments:

—Motion for resolution, after debate, agreed to, 5 Mar, 291.

Treasure Act 1996:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Oct, 783.

Treasury Solicitor Act 1876:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Jul, 665.

Treaty Series:

—Papers (by command): 29 Jan, 158; 3 Feb, 167; 9 May, 462; 25 Jun, 591; 8 Sep, 701; 7 Oct, 764; 8 Oct, 771; 22 Oct, 817.

Tribunals and Inquiries Act 1992:

—Papers (per Act): 20 Nov, 24; 18 Mar, 343; 9 May, 462; 19 Nov, 963.

Triesman (Previously Known As McDonagh) (Sued on Her Own Behalf and on Behalf of All Members of the Labour Party) (Respondent) v. Ali and Another (Petitioners):

—Report, 18 Nov, 13.

Tuberculosis in Cattle:

—Unstarred question, 30 Oct, 856.

Tuberculosis and SARS:

—Unstarred question, 6 May, 447.

Ucb Group Limited (Respondents) v. Hedworth (FC) (Petitioner):

—Public funding certificate, 14 Nov, 9; reports; 14 Nov, 10; 3 Feb, 166.

Ullswater, Viscount:

—Elected in accordance with SO 10, 27 Mar, 371; took the oath, 1 Apr, 379.

Uncertified Securities (Amendment) (Eligible Debt Securities) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 6 May, 446; report, 20 May, 493; after debate, approved, 13 Jun, 544.

Unilever (UK) Holdings Limited (Appellants) v. Smith (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 14 Jan, 121; report, 20 May, 492; appeal presented, 2 Jun, 503; appeal dismissed, 10 Jun, 528; petition that appeal be restored ordered as prayed, 17 Jun, 550; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 14 Jul, 664.

United Nations:

—Papers (by command): 8 Sep, 701.

United Nations Act 1946:

—Papers (per Act): 21 May, 497; 16 Jun, 547; 18 Jul, 691; 8 Sep, 708; 9 Oct, 774.

Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923:

—Papers (per Act): 3 Dec, 56; 9 Dec, 68; 11 Dec, 78; 12 Feb, 212; 6 Mar, 296; 2 Apr, 385; 9 Apr, 416; 18 Jun, 558; 24 Jun, 582; 14 Oct, 783; 5 Nov, 890.

University Finance:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 27 Nov, 43.

University Funding:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 19 Mar, 348.

University Teachers: Pay:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 5 Feb, 193.

Unstarred Questions:

—See:

African Development Strategies;

Airlines;

Angola;

Attention Deficit Disorders;

Bio-Fuel Industry;

Burma (Myanmar) (Two Questions);

Bus Services;

Charities;

Children (Two Questions);

Coal Mining;

Congo;

Cuba;

Developing Countries: Poverty;

Disabled Children;

East Africa;

Employers' Liability Insurance;

Endangered Species;

Engineers;

Euro and the Dollar;

European Union: Information;

Europol (EUC Report);

Food Labelling;

Friendly Societies;

Gibraltar;

Gulf War Illness;

Gypsies and Travellers;

Health Inequalities;

HIV/AIDS;

Horses;

House of Lords Reform;

Iran;

Literature;

Mental Health (Two Questions);

Motor Neurone Disease;

MRSA in Hospitals;

North Korea;

Obesity;

Personal Debt;

Political Coverage by the Media;

Prostitution;

Public Health Laboratory Service;

Public Interest Immunity;

Recycling;

Soap and Detergent Industry;

Specialised Health Services;

Supreme Court;

Teacher Recruitment;

Trafficking in People;

Tuberculosis in Cattle;

Tuberculosis and Sars;

Waterways;

Women;

World Trade Organisation: Cancu"n.

Urban Economy:

—Papers (by command): 23 Oct, 837.

Utilities Act 2000:

—Papers (per Act): 14 Jul, 665; 15 Jul, 672; 16 Jul, 679.

Value Added Tax Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 18 Nov, 14; 4 Nov, 873.

Vaux of Harrowden, Barony of:

—Petition presented; referred to Lord Chancellor, 20 Nov, 24; succession established; Lord Vaux of Harrowden added to register of hereditary peers, 5 Dec, 62.

Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994:

—Papers (per Act): 13 Nov, 3; 8 Sep, 702; 8 Sep, 707; 12 Sep, 733.

Vehicles (Crime) Act 2001:

—Papers (per Act): 4 Dec, 59; 6 Feb, 195.

Venables and Others (Appellants) v. Hornby (Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes) (Respondent):

—Report, 4 Feb, 172; appeal presented, 17 Feb, 219; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 31 Mar, 376; order of commitment discharged, 31 Jul, 696; cause fully heard; judgment adjourned sine die, 2 Oct, 761.

Video Recordings Act 1984:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Dec, 62; 21 May, 497.

Vienna Document 1999 (Privileges and Immunities) Order 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 3 Jul, 620; report, 15 Jul, 673; after debate, approved, 9 Sep, 714.

Voluntary and Community Sector:

—Motion for papers; after debate, withdrawn, 6 Feb, 196.

Voting Age (Reduction to 16) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 27 Nov, 43; DPRRC report, 11 Dec, 78; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 9 Jan, 112; order of commitment discharged, 28 Feb, 276; 3a; passed; to HC, 24 Mar, 358.

Vowles (FC) (Respondent) v. Evans and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 29 Apr, 434; reports; 17 Jun, 550; 31 Jul, 696; public funding certificate 31 Jul, 696.

Wainwright and Another (Appellants) v. Home Office (Respondents):

—Judgment, 16 Oct, 798.

Walker (Petitioner) v. Law Society (Respondents):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 23 Jun, 572.

Walker of Doncaster, Lord:

—Death notified, 13 Nov, 934.

Wallace of Coslany, Lord:

—Death notified, 14 Nov, 946.

Ward (Respondent) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and Others (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 758.

Waste And Emissions Trading Bill [HL]:

—Presented; Explanatory Notes printed, 14 Nov, 7; DPRRC report, 27 Nov, 43; 11 Dec, 78; committed to GC; 17 Dec, 91; GC; reported without amendment, 18 Dec, 96; report received; amendments agreed to; printed as amended, 3 Feb, 168; report further considered; amendments agreed to on division; amendments agreed to; privilege amendment agreed to; passed; to HC, 6 Mar, 296; from HC agreed to with amendments and privilege amendment; HC amendments printed, 29 Oct, 849; HC amendments considered and agreed to, 3 Nov, 863; RA, 13 Nov, 933.

Water Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed; Explanatory Notes printed, 19 Feb, 240; DPRRC report, 26 Feb, 267; after debate, 2a; committed to GC; 6 Mar, 297; order in which Clauses and Schedules be considered, 17 Mar, 334; DPRRC report, 19 Mar, 347; GC; 27 Mar, 373; GC; amendments agreed to, 1 Apr, 381; GC; amendments agreed to, 3 Apr, 396; GC; 8 Apr, 413; GC; amendments agreed to, 10 Apr, 421; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 19 Apr, 436; marshalling order, 21 May, 497; report received; amendments agreed to on division; 12 Jun, 535, 536–9; further considered on report; amendment agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division; motion to adjourn; after debate, disagreed to on division; amendment withdrawn, 12 Jun, 536, 540–41; further considered on report; amendment agreed to on division; amendments agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division; further considered on report; amendments agreed to; amendments disagreed to on division; printed as amended; motion to recommit to CWH in respect of any new clauses and related amendments dealing with fluoridation and that SO 47 be dispensed with agreed to, 24 Jun, 584, 585–9; considered on recommitment; amendment disagreed to on division; amendment negatived; amendments agreed to; reported with amendments; report received; Queen's and Prince of Wales' consents signified; 3a; amendments agreed to; amendment disagreed to on division; privilege amendment agreed to; passed; to HC, 9 Jul, 645–8; form HC agreed to with amendments and privilege amendment; HC amendments printed, 10 Nov, 904; HC amendments considered; motion on amendment in lieu of HC amendment disagreed to on division; motion on amendment in lieu of HC amendment withdrawn; motions to disagree with certain HC amendments withdrawn; amendment to HC amendment disagreed to on division; motion to disagree with HC amendment disagreed to on division; remaining HC amendments agreed to, 13 Nov, 937, 943–5; DPRRC report on HC amendments, 19 Nov, 964; RA, 20 Nov, 980.

Water Industry Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 7 Mar, 301; 22 May, 500.

Water Industry (Scotland) Act 2002:

—Papers (per Act): 16 Jan, 128.

Water Resources Act 1991:

—Papers (per Act): 8 Apr, 411; 7 May, 451.

Waters and Others (Appellants) v. Welsh Development Agency (Respondents):

—Extension of time, 14 Nov, 9; extension of time, 7 Jan, 104; extension of time, 3 Feb, 166; appeal set down for hearing; referred to Appellate Committee, 13 Mar, 325.

Waterways:

—Unstarred question, 17 Sep, 751.

Watford Borough Council (Respondents) v. N'Wandou (Petitioner):

—Petition to appeal out of time referred to Appeal Committee; fee waived by Appeal Committee, 10 Feb, 199; report, 8 Apr, 410.

Weights and Measures Act 1985:

—Papers (per Act): 5 Feb, 192; 8 Sep, 706; 6 Oct, 765; 4 Nov, 873.

Welfare of Farmed Animals (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2003:

—Draft delivered for approval by resolution, 9 Jan, 112; withdrawn, 13 Jan, 116; second draft laid, 14 Jan, 121; report, 21 Jan, 136; after debate, approved, 6 Feb, 196.

West Indies Act 1962:

—Papers (per Act): 24 Jan, 583.

Wharton, Barony of:

—Petition presented; referred to Lord Chancellor, 19 Mar, 346; succession established; Lord Wharton added to register of hereditary peers, 8 Apr, 410.

Wild Mammals (Protection) (Amendment) Bill [HL]:

—Withdrawn, 27 Nov, 43.

Wild Mammals (Protection) (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill [HL]:

—Presented; 1a; printed, 19 Nov, 18; DPRRC report, 11 Dec, 78; DPRRC report on Response of member in charge of bill, 15 Jan, 125; after debate, 2a, committed to CWH, 7 Mar, 301; CWH; amendments agreed to; reported with amendments; printed as amended, 10 Oct, 778; report received; amendments agreed to; printed as amended, 7 Nov, 900; 3a; passed; to HC, 17 Nov, 950.

Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981:

—Papers (per Act): 17 Jul, 686.

William Grant & Sons Limited and Others (Respondents) v. Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Limited and Others (Appellants) (Scotland):

—Petition withdrawn, 14 Nov, 9.

Williams (Respondent) v. Jones and Others (Petitioners):

—Report, 17 Feb, 219.

Williams of Mostyn, Lord:

—Death notified, 6 Oct, 763.

Wilson and Others v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (Appellant):

—Petition for leave to intervene referred to Appeal Committee, 21 Nov, 28; report, 9 Dec, 67; judgment, 10 Jul, 652.

Wilson of Dinton, Lord:

—Introduced (life peerage), 15 Jan, 124, 125–6.

Winsor (in His Capacity As the Rail Regulator) (Respondent) v. Bloom and Others (As Joint Special Railway Administrators of Railtrack plc (in Railway Administration)) (Petitioners):

—Petition withdrawn, 14 Nov, 9.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1949:

—Papers (per Act): 21 Jan, 136; 11 Mar, 314.

Wireless Telegraphy Act 1998:

—Papers (per Act): 26 Feb, 266; 19 Nov, 963.

Women:

—Unstarred question, 6 Mar, 297.

Works of Art Collection Fund Committee:

—Appointed; Lords named en bloc, 25 Nov, 34.

World Trade Organisation:

—Papers (on command): 27 Jan, 127.

World Trade Organisation: Cancu"n:

—Unstarred question, 13 Oct, 780.

Wrexham County Borough Council (Appellants) v. Berry (Respondent):

South Bucks District Council (Appellants) v. Porter and Another (FC) (Respondents):

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

(Consolidated Appeals)

—Public funding certificate, 17 Mar, 333; public funding certificate, 14 May, 474; judgment, 22 May, 499–500.

Wrexham County Borough Council (Respondents) v. National Assembly for Wales (Respondents) and Others (FC) (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificate, 2 Oct, 758.

X (FC) and Another (FC) (Appellants) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee; public funding certificates, 24 Jun, 582; report, 31 Jul, 697.

Yarm Road Limited and Others (Respondents) v. Hewden Tower Cranes Limited (Petitioners):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 2 Oct, 759.

Yeboah (Respondent) v. Crofton (Petitioner):

—Petition for leave to appeal referred to Appeal Committee, 1 Apr, 377; report, 31 Jul, 697.

Yenula Properties Limited (Respondents) v. Naidu (Petitioner):

—Report, 9 Dec, 67.

Zimbabwe:

—Motion for papers; after debate, refused, 5 Mar, 291.

—Papers (by command): 17 Jul, 685.