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Deposited papers are documents that are made available to Parliament, usually by a Government minister in response to a direct request for information by an individual MP or member of the Lords.

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UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2018 – 2022: annual report to Parliament 2021. 67p.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Paper DEP2022-0611: committed on 19 July 2022
Commons
Lords
Terms of reference for the government’s third review of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (“the GCA Review”)
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Paper DEP2022-0632: committed on 19 July 2022
Commons
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Burnett of Maldon regarding progress on the recommendations in the Sir Richard Henriques Report, as discussed during the debate on the Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2022. 1p.
Ministry of Defence
Paper DEP2022-0662: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Julie Marson MP to Dan Jarvis MP regarding a correction to a response made about the veterans champions scheme during DWP Oral Questions. 1p.
Department for Work and Pensions
Paper DEP2022-0744: committed on 19 July 2022
Commons
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Craig of Radley regarding whether the Government intends to report on the impact of the Covenant duty including extending the Duty to Central Government, as discussed during the debate on Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2022. 1p.
Ministry of Defence
Paper DEP2022-0659: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Lord True to Lord Fox regarding the Procurement Bill committee stage debate (first and second days): carve out of broadband services for trade deals. 2p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0623: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Lord True to Lord Moylan regarding the Procurement Bill committee stage debate (second day): Schedule 2, paragraph 17 and private bus companies. 2p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0624: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
I. Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town regarding questions raised during the debate on the Australia Free Trade Agreement: trade strategy, impact on future FTAs, Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), Trade and Agriculture Commission, devolved administrations, parliamentary scrutiny and ratification, guidance for business. 5p. II. Annex A. Standards: animal Welfare, climate change and environment. 6p. III. Annex B. Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP to Angus Brendan MacNeil MP regarding questions raised during the International Trade Committee Oral evidence sessions on UK trade negotiations: Agreement with New Zealand and Australia: pre-ratification timelines, extending the CRaG scrutiny period, parliamentary scrutiny, dialogue with parliamentary committees, mobility arrangements between the UK and Australia, consumer groups, Article 22.8.2 of the environment chapter, procurement estimates. 4p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0746: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Baroness Goldie to Lord Craig of Radley regarding the treatment of Hong Kong Military Service Corps veterans who did not retain their British passports, as discussed during the debate on the Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2022. 1p.
Ministry of Defence
Paper DEP2022-0661: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 19/07/2022 from Lord True to Baroness McIntosh of Pickering and Lord Purvis of Tweed regarding the Procurement Bill committee stage debate (first and second days): how particular entities and services are covered under the Bill and interplay with the Australia free trade agreement: Parcelforce Worldwide, Post Office Limited, Freeports and Legal Services. 4p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0626: committed on 19 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Baroness Scott to Peers regarding issues raised in the Procurement Bill committee stage debate (third day): scope of the regulation power at clause 8(2) - services within the scope of light touch contract provisions, treatment of light touch contracts (what exemptions apply), and new direct award justification. 4p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0607: committed on 18 July 2022
Lords
Establishing a pro-innovation approach to regulating AI (Artificial intelligence). An overview of the UK’s emerging approach. 25p.
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Paper DEP2022-0617: committed on 18 July 2022
Commons
Lords
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Baroness Barran to Peers regarding questions raised in the Schools Bill committee stage debate (first day): Summer engagement on academy trust standards, regulatory review, and criteria for moving a single-academy trust into a multi-academy trust. 3p.
Department for Education
Paper DEP2022-0619: committed on 18 July 2022
Lords
I.Review of Electricity Market Arrangements: consultation document. Incl. annex. 130p. II. Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Kwasi Kwarteng MP to Darren Jones MP regarding the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA) consultation. 2p.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Paper DEP2022-0612: committed on 18 July 2022
Commons
Government response to call for evidence on loot boxes in video games. 70p.
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Paper DEP2022-0616: committed on 18 July 2022
Commons
Lords
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Robert Courts MP to Philip Dunne MP regarding clarification to the evidence provided to the Select Committee on Net zero aviation and shipping on 18 May 2022. 1p.
Department for Transport
Paper DEP2022-0642: committed on 18 July 2022
Commons
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Baroness Barran to Baroness Hussein-Ece regarding a question on financial education and the specific support provided to help care leavers. 1p.
Department for Education
Paper DEP2022-0609: committed on 18 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Baroness Scott of Bybrook to Baroness Hayman and Lord Stunell regarding issues raised in the Building etc. (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2022 (combustible materials) debate: Building Advisory Committee and the Buildings Regulations Advisory Committee roles, and confidence in enforcement. 1p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0610: committed on 18 July 2022
Lords
Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon to Lord Trees regarding points raised in the Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases debate: exit from programmes, including ASCEND (Accelerating the Sustainable Control and Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases) and reports of destruction of drugs, and Government action following the Kigali Declaration and in support of the WHO 2030 NTD roadmap. 2p.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Paper DEP2022-0620: committed on 18 July 2022
Lords
I. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: memorandum from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to the Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee. 55p. II. Data Protection and Digital Information Bill: impact assessment. 233p. III. Letter dated 18/07/2022 from Matt Warman MP to the Deposited Papers Clerk regarding 2 documents for deposit in the House libraries. 1p.
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Paper DEP2022-0664: committed on 18 July 2022
Commons
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