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Special Educational Needs And Disability Act 2001

Hansard References

133.The following table sets out the dates and Hansard references for each stage of this Act’s passage through Parliament.

StageDateHansard Reference
House of Lords
Introduction7 December 2000Vol. 620, Col. 31
Second Reading19 December 2000Vol. 620, Cols. 634 - 710
Committee23 January 2001Vol. 621, Cols CWH1 – CWH62
29 January 2001Vol. 621, Cols CWH63 – CWH138
30 January 2001Vol. 621, Cols. CWH139 – CWH210
6 February 2001Vol. 621, Cols. CWH211 – CWH284
Report20 February 2001Vol. 622, Cols. 598 – 667 &
Vol. 622, Cols. 683 – 752
21 February 2001Vol. 622, Cols. 753 – 808
Third Reading1 March 2001Vol. 622, Cols. 1283 – 1354
House of Commons
Introduction5 March 2001Votes & Proceedings, 5 March 2001
Second Reading20 March 2001Vol. 365, Cols. 215 – 305
Committee

27 March to 5 April 2001

(7 sessions)

Standing Committee B
Report and Third Reading26 April 2001Vol. 367, Cols. 477 - 541
Royal Assent11 May 2001
House of Lords11 May 2001Vol. 624, Col. 2282
House of Commons11 May 2001Votes & Proceedings, 11 May 2001

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