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Bill documents — Transport for London (Supplemental Toll Provisions) Bill [HL] 2006-07 to 2010-12

Bills (with Explanatory Memorandum)

Full text of the Bill as introduced and further versions of the Bill as it is reprinted to include amendments made during its passage through Parliament. The explanatory memorandum, which appears before the text of the bill, explains the bill’s purpose in detail and includes a statement as to the Bill’s compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights.

House Bill Date
Commons Bill as brought from the Lords on 30 June 2011 | PDF version, 327KB 30.06.2011
Lords Bill as amended in House of Lords Unopposed Bill Committee | PDF version, 207KB 18.11.2008
Lords Bill as introduced into the House of Lords | PDF version, 189KB 22.01.2007
Text of Bill as amended in Parliament in November 2006 | PDF version, 189KB 15.11.2006

Government reports

The Government is required to make a report on the promoters’ statement of compatibility with the European Convention on Human Rights as soon as the bill has received a first reading. If the Government wishes to make its views about the provisions of a bill known it does so by making one or more further reports which are considered by a Committee on the Bill in the House to which the report is made.

House Government report Date
Commons Government Report on European Convention on Human Rights compliance. Department for Transport (PDF, 37KB) 05.07.2011
Lords Report on European Convention of Human Rights compliance made to the Lords by the Department of Trade and Industry (PDF, 21KB) 23.01.2007

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