Latest

MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Age of Criminal Responsibility Bill: Lords third reading

By   /  June 12, 2019  /  administrationofjustice, AM-NC, British Parliament News, childrenandfamilies, Courts, Crime, crimecivillawjusticeandrights, crimesofviolence, criminallaw, CTF, DJF, drugscrimes, England, English, Europe, great britain, houseoflords, internetandcybercrime, KB, lordsnews, MIL OSI, News, offensiveweapons, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, publicorderoffences, sexualoffences, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Age of Criminal Responsibility Bill: Lords third reading

Source: British Parliament News 11 June 2019 The Age of Criminal Responsibility Bill has its third reading, a chance to ‘tidy up’ the bill and make changes, in the Lords on Wednesday 12 June. This is a private member’s bill. A private member’s bill is a type of public bill (that affects the public). Private […]

Read More →
Latest

MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords EU exit regulations: 8 May

By   /  May 8, 2019  /  Agriculture, agricultureandenvironment, agricultureanimalsfoodandruralaffairs, AM-NC, animals, biodiversity, Brexit, British House Of Lords News, businessindustryandconsumers, businesssupport, Companies, competition, countryside, Crime, crimecivillawjusticeandrights, CTF, DJF, economicpolicy, economyandfinance, Education, England, English, environmentalprotection, Europe, farmers, financialinstitutions, financialservices, Fisheries, food, Forestry, furthereducation, great britain, highereducation, houseoflords, Housing, housingandplanning, housingstandards, housingsupply, Industry, internationaltrade, KB, lordsnews, manufacturingindustries, MIL OSI, News, offensiveweapons, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, planning, regeneration, regionalplanninganddevelopment, Regulation, smallbusinesses, Trade, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords EU exit regulations: 8 May

Source: British House Of Lords News 07 May 2019 On Wednesday 8 May, the House of Lords will examine four statutory instruments preparing for Brexit. A statutory instrument (SI), a type of secondary legislation, is a law created under powers given by an Act of Parliament. It is used to fill in the details of Acts […]

Read More →