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Deregulation Act 2015

Hansard References

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

StageDateHansard Reference
First Reading23.01.2014Vol. 574 Col.478
Second Reading03.02.2014Vol. 575 Col.35-104
Programme Motion03.02.2014Vol. 575 Col.104
Money Resolution03.02.2014Vol. 575 Col.105
Carry-over Motion03.02.2014Vol. 575 Col.105
Committee Debate: 1st Sitting25.02.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 3-44
Committee Debate: 2nd Sitting25.02.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 47-96
Committee Debate: 3rd Sitting27.02.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 99-120
Committee Debate: 4th Sitting27.02.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 123-150
Committee Debate: 5th Sitting04.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 153-192
Committee Debate: 6th Sitting04.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 195- 228
Committee Debate: 7th Sitting06.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 231-252
Committee Debate: 8th Sitting06.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 255-278
Committee Debate: 9th Sitting11.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 281-318
Committee Debate: 10th Sitting11.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 323-346
Committee Debate: 11th Sitting13.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 349-370
Committee Debate: 12th Sitting13.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 373-414
Committee Debate: 13th Sitting18.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 419-442
Committee Debate: 14th Sitting18.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 445-478
Committee Debate: 15th Sitting20.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 483-504
Committee Debate: 16th Sitting20.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 507-546
Committee Debate: 17th Sitting25.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 551-594
Committee Debate: 18th Sitting25.03.2014Public Bill Committee: Cols 597-650
Programme Motion14.05.2014Vol. 580 Col. 774
Report Stage14.05.2014Vol. 580 Col. 775 – 857
First Reading05.06.2014Vol. 582 Col. 133
Second Reading05.06.2014Vol. 582 Col. 133
Report Stage23.06.2014Vol. 583 Col. 25 – 153
Third Reading23.06.2014Vol. 583 Col. 153 – 160
First Reading24.06.2014Vol. 754 Col. 1126
Second Reading07.07.2014Vol. 755 Col. 13 – 98
Committee: 1st Sitting21.10.2014Vol. 756 Col. 556 – 605
Committee: 2nd Sitting28.10.2014Vol. 756 Col. GC369 – 440
Committee: 3rd Sitting30.10.2014Vol. 756 Col. GC505 – 560
Committee: 4th Sitting04.11.2014Vol. 756 Col. GC623 – 688
Committee: 5th Sitting06.11.2014Vol. 756 Col. GC747 – 808
Committee: 6th Sitting11.11.2014Vol. 757 Col. GC23 – 84
Committee: 7th Sitting18.11.2014Vol. 757 Col. GC107 – 158
Committee: 8th Sitting20.11.2014Vol. 757 Col. GC203 – 238
Report Stage: 1st Sitting03.02.2015Vol. 759 Col. 544 – 642
Report Stage: 2nd Sitting05.02.2015Vol. 759 Col. 797 – 892
Report Stage: 3rd Sitting11.02.2015Vol. 759 Col. 1235 – 1346
Third Reading04.03.2015Vol. 760 Col. 249 – 308
Programme Motion (House of Commons)10.03.2015Vol. 594 Col. 176
Commons Consideration of Lords Amendments10.03.2015Vol. 594 Col. 177 – 225
Lords Consideration of Commons Amendments16.03.2015Vol. 760 Col. 914 – 918
Royal Assent (Lords)26.03.2015Vol. 760 Col. 1590
Royal Assent (Commons)26.03.2015Vol. 594 Col. 1682

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