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House of Lords Unopposed Bill Committee on the St. Austell Market Bill 2007-08

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Lords Unopposed Bill Committee on the St. Austell Market Act 2008.

Committee members and staff

House of Lords Unopposed Bill Committees usually consist of the Chairman of Committees (Lord Brabazon of Tara) (Crossbench) assisted by his Counsel. He may select other Members of the House (from a panel) to join with him if he so wishes.

 

In this case the Chairman of Committees has elected not to select any additional Members. 

 

Members of the Committee:

 

Lord Brabazon of Tara (Chairman of Committees) (Crossbench)

 assisted by his Counsel Mr A D Roberts

 

 

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The Committee was appointed specifically to consider this Bill (which was unopposed).

The Committee sat for one day on 11 June 2008.  No amendments were made to the Bill by the Committee and it was reported without amendment on the same day.

Committee proceedings The transcript of the Committee's public proceedings is posted below.

Documents

Minutes of Evidence

The Committee sits mostly in public and the Minutes of Evidence (or verbatim transcripts) of the public sittings are listed below.

Proceeding Date
Lords UBC - day 1 11.06.2008
Unopposed Bill Committee: day 1 of 1 11.06.2008

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.

Government report Date
Lords ECHR compatibility report (PDF, 37KB) 16.05.2008

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