National Lottery Bill

National Lottery Bill

Session 2005-06
Other Bills before Parliament


Short Title of the Bill
Make provision about the National Lottery.

Extract from Explanatory Note produced by Government Department   
The National Lottery Licensing and Regulation and National Lottery Funding Decision Documents, both published on 3rd July 2003, set out the Government's proposals for reform of the licensing and regulation of the National Lottery and the way Lottery money is distributed to good causes. These were influenced by the response to the consultation papers "Review of Lottery Licensing and Regulation" and "Review of Lottery Funding: A consultation paper on Lottery distribution policy", published in June and July 2002 respectively. Most of the Government's decisions do not require legislation. This Bill deals with those that do. (Source: Explanatory Note Bill 67- EN)



Bill Information

Latest       
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  National Lottery Act 2006 Chapter 23 (OPSI website)

 
  National Lottery Act 2006 Chapter 23 PDF (OPSI website)

Earlier documents    
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  National Lottery Act 2006 Chapter 23 (OPSI website)

 
  National Lottery Act 2006 Chapter 23 PDF (OPSI website)
Motion to be moved on Consideration of Commons Amendments and Reasons to the National Lottery Bill (Lords)   HL 132-I as at 10 July 2006
Commons Amendments and Reasons to the National Lottery Bill (Lords)   HL Bill 132 as at 28 June 2006
Consideration of Lords Amendments   Amendment Paper as at 28 June 2006
Lords Amendments for debate in the Commons (Commons)   Bill 189 2005-06 as at 23 May 2006
  Bill 189 2005-06 as at 23 May 2006 PDF
Amendment paper for Committee 3rd Meeting (Lords)   3rd Marshalled list of Amendments as at 22nd May 2006
Bill as amended at Report (Lords)   Bill 97 2005-06 as at 24 April 2006 PDF
    Bill 97 2005-06 as at 24 April 2006
Explanatory notes to Bill (88), prepared by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport   Bill 67 - EN 2005-06 as at 20 January 2006
 

European Convention on Human Rights
A statement of compatibility with the European Convention on Human rights is available at the start of the bill as introduced in each House.