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Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill 2006-07

Out-Law Guide | 13 Mar 2007 | 4:12 pm |

This is a Private Members Bill introduced by David Maclean which seeks to amend the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to exempt from its provisions the House of Commons and House of Lords and...

This is a Private Members Bill introduced by David Maclean which seeks to amend the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to exempt from its provisions the House of Commons and House of Lords and correspondence between Members of Parliament and public authorities.

Introduced in December 2006, subsequent amendments may have been made but not incorporated into the original version of Bill

As at 21/05/2007: First Reading, House of Lords

As at 21/05/2007: Bill as brought from the Commons

As at 18/05/2007: Report Stage Proceedings as at 18 May 2007

As at 18/05/2007: Consideration of Bill as at 18 May 2007

As at 20/04/2007: Report Stage Proceedings as at 20 April 2007

As at 20/04/2007: Consideration of Bill as at 20 April 2007

As at 08/02/2007: Public Bill Committee Proceedings

As at 07/02/2007: Bill as amended in Public Bill Committee

As at 07/02/2007: Public Bill Committee Amendments

As at 18/12/2006: bill as introduced.

Homepage for the Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill on UK Parliament website.

See: OUT-LAW's guide on the Procedure for passing laws in the UK