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Minutes for 3 February 2022
Item number 1
Enterprise Investment Schemes A question was asked by Lord Leigh of Hurley and answered by Baroness Penn. (at 11:05)
Item number 2
Bird control licences A question was asked by Baroness Hayman of Ullock and answered by Lord Benyon. (at 11:13)
Item number 3
School absences A question was asked by Lord Blunkett and answered by Baroness Barran. (at 11:24)
Item number 4
Benefit sanctions on jobseekers A question was asked by Baroness Lister of Burtersett and answered by Baroness Stedman-Scott. (at 11:35)
Item number 5
Nationality and Borders Bill The bill was further considered in Committee, beginning with amendment 56. The House resumed after amendment 66. (at 11:46)
Item number 6
Finance (No.2) BillA bill to grant certain duties, to alter other duties, and to amend the law relating to the national debt and the public revenue, and to make further provision in connection with finance, certified by the Speaker as a money bill, was brought from the Commons. It was read a first time and ordered to be printed. (HL Bill 107) (at 15:42)
Item number 7
Vaccination: condition of deployment Lord Kamall answered Questions on a Statement on vaccination: condition of deployment, made in the House of Commons on Monday 31 January. (at 15:42)
Item number 8
Nationality and Borders Bill The bill was further considered in Committee, beginning with amendment 67. The House resumed after clause 27 was agreed to. (at 16:20)
The House adjourned at 8.56pm until Friday 4 February at 10.00am.
The Grand Committee met in the Moses Room at 1.00pm.
Cost of living (2-hour debate) Lord Whitty moved that the Grand Committee takes note of the cost of living, and in particular (1) the rising cost of household energy, and (2) the role of the consumer protection regulatory regime in energy markets. After debate, the motion was agreed to. (at 13:00)
Autocrats, kleptocrats and populists (2½-hour debate) Lord Browne of Ladyton moved that the Grand Committee takes note of the impact on global democratic norms and values from autocrats, kleptocrats and populists and the case for a coordinated response by the United Kingdom and her allies. After debate, the motion was agreed to. (at 15:03)
The Committee adjourned at 5.30pm.
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