Skip to main content

Deposited papers

Find deposited papers from 1987 to date.

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.

Find out more about deposited papers
Guidelines for deposited papers

Deposited papers

Find a deposited paper

Total results 86251 (page 7 of 4313)
Letter dated 04/04/2022 from Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist to Baroness Stowell of Beeston regarding accountability for those implicated at the end of the Post Office Horizon IT Inquiry, as discussed during the Urgent Question repeat on Sub-Postmasters: Compensation. 1p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0316: committed on 4 April 2022
Lords
Letter dated 04/04/2022 from Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist to Baroness Chakrabarti regarding the current negotiations at the WTO around the TRIPS waiver, as discussed during the Oral Question on Covid-19: Vaccines and Further Variants. 1p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0314: committed on 4 April 2022
Lords
Letter dated 04/04/2022 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Lord Sikka and Baroness Lister regarding questions raised in the debate on the motion to regret the Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order 2022. 2p.
Department for Work and Pensions
Paper DEP2022-0276: committed on 4 April 2022
Lords
Letter dated 04/04/2022 from Viscount Younger of Leckie to Lord Lancaster of Kimbolton regarding a correction to an answer given during the Oral Question on BAE Systems: Type 26 Frigate. 2p.
Ministry of Defence
Paper DEP2022-0312: committed on 4 April 2022
Lords
Letter dated 04/04/2022 from Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist to Lord Kakkar regarding the retention of sufficient capacity and infrastructure for testing and genome sequencing of the virus in positive cases, as discussed during the Oral Question on Covid-19: Vaccines and Further Variants. 2p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0317: committed on 4 April 2022
Lords
Letter dated 01/04/2022 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Peers regarding points raised in the British Sign Language Bill second reading debate: UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, secondary legislation on captioning, video relay services, and Northern Ireland sign language legislation proposals. 3p.
Department for Work and Pensions
Paper DEP2022-0302: committed on 1 April 2022
Lords
I. Levelling up for families: Annual report of the Supporting families programme 2021-2022. 40p. II. Supporting families programme: Qualitative research. Effective practice and service delivery: learning from local areas. 58p.
Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Paper DEP2022-0338: committed on 31 March 2022
Commons
Lords
The six-monthly report on Hong Kong: 1 July to 31 December 2021. 32p.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Paper DEP2022-0301: committed on 31 March 2022
Commons
Lords
I. Letter dated 31/03/2022 from John Glen MP to Mel Stride MP regarding notification of use of the Temporary Transitional Power (granted to regulators under the European Union Withdrawal Act 2018). 2p. II. Direction made by the Bank of England under Part 7 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 in respect of Goldman Sachs Group UK Limited and Goldman Sachs International. 2p.
Treasury
Paper DEP2022-0303: committed on 31 March 2022
Commons
Letter dated 31/03/2022 from Baroness Stedman-Scott to Baroness Drake regarding issues raised in the Pension Schemes (Conversion of Guaranteed Minimum Pensions) Bill second reading debate: implications for the Pension Protection Fund arising from GMP equalisation, concerns about pension scheme members 'losing out' as a result of conversion and equalisation, and guidance on the use of the GMP conversion legislation. 3p.
Department for Work and Pensions
Paper DEP2022-0300: committed on 31 March 2022
Lords
British Council annual report and accounts, 2020-21. 140p.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Paper DEP2022-0297: committed on 31 March 2022
Commons
Lords
Root and Branch Review of the Parole System: the future of the parole system in England and Wales. Incl. annexes. 84p.
Ministry of Justice
Paper DEP2022-0295: committed on 30 March 2022
Commons
Lords
Letter dated 30/03/2022 from Michael Ellis MP to Hansard Editors and Oliver Heald MP regarding a correction to an answer given about Russian companies during the debate on Sanctions. 1p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0298: committed on 30 March 2022
Commons
Letter dated 30/03/2022 from Baroness Barran to Lord Lexden, Lord Storey, and Lord Lingfield regarding ensuring that T Level students have access to industry placements, as discussed during the Oral Question on Higher Education: T-Levels. 2p.
Department for Education
Paper DEP2022-0293: committed on 30 March 2022
Lords
I. Violence against women and girls national statement of expectations: guidance on commissioning services to support victims and survivors of violence against women and girls. 13p. II. Violence against women and girls services commissioning toolkit. Incl. appendices. 54p. III. Supporting male victims of crimes considered violence against women and girls. 19p. IV. Supporting male victims: position statement on male victims of crimes considered in the cross-government Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy and the Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan. [REVISED title page]. 19p.
Home Office
Paper DEP2022-0294: committed on 30 March 2022
Commons
Lords
AJAX: lessons learned review. Terms of reference [Review led by Clive Sheldon QC]. 1p.
Ministry of Defence
Paper DEP2022-0292: committed on 29 March 2022
Commons
Lords
I. UK National Contact Point (UK NCP) statements about complaints (12 docs). II. Letter dated 29/03/2022 from Lord Grimstone of Boscobel to Angus Brendan MacNeil MP regarding documents to be placed in the House libraries. 2p.
Department for International Trade
Paper DEP2022-0289: committed on 29 March 2022
Lords
I. Government efficiency savings 2020/21. 4p. II. Accompanying technical note. 8p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0287: committed on 29 March 2022
Commons
Lords
Letter dated 28/03/2022 from Baroness Scott of Bybrook to Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle regarding making automatically Pension Credit payments, raised during a question on the impact of the suspension of the triple lock on pensioners. 1p.
Cabinet Office
Paper DEP2022-0283: committed on 28 March 2022
Lords
Letter dated 28/03/2022 from Lord Callanan to Lord Fox and Lord McNicol regarding challenging a specific subsidy granted under a scheme, as discussed during the Report stage of the Subsidy Control Bill. 2p.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Paper DEP2022-0296: committed on 28 March 2022
Lords
Total results 86251 (page 7 of 4313)