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The Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union: views in other EU Member States. Tuesday, 03 April, 2012. This Note looks briefly at views on the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union in the other EU Member States, the US, China and Russia. Research Briefing
Bilateral Treaties (United States) - Hansard - UK Parliament
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many bilateral treaties have been signed since I May 1997 between the UK and the United States, giving in each case (a) the date of signature, (b) the title and (c) information on whether the treaty is available for public inspection. 
EU law and treaties Publications - House of Commons Library
The Lisbon Treaty: the European Council and prospects for Irish ratification. Thursday, 18 December, 2008. This Note looks at the discussions in Ireland, the European Union Institutions and other Member States about the prospects for Irish ratification of the Treaty of Lisbon. It considers the declarations on concessions agreed by the European ...
PEACE TREATIES AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. (Hansard, 29 October 1929)
peace treaties and private property. HL Deb 29 October 1929 vol 75 cc329-48 329 § LORD BUCKMASTER had given Notice to ask what is the surplus of the private property of ex-enemy subjects now in the hands of the Government, and to move to resolve, That such surplus be applied towards carrying into effect the Resolution 330 of this House of the 6th April, 1922.
Great Britain And United States (Treaties) - Hansard - UK Parliament
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what regions are indicated in paragraph 10 of his reply to the United States Government respecting the multilateral peace treaty in which His Majesty's Government reserves its freedom of action in the event of interference with these regions; and whether this reservation is limited to the contingency of wanton attack upon any of the contemplated ...
Unfederated States (Treaty Of Friendship And Protectio - Hansard - UK ...
There are Treaties of Friendship and Protection with the unfederated States of South Arabia which include undertakings by the British Government to protect the territories concerned and undertakings by the rulers not to enter into relations with foreign powers without the consent of the British Government. These Treaties would come to an end on independence.
INQUIRY INTO UK-US TRADE CO-OPERATION TREATY
strengthen defence co-operation between the United Kingdom and the United States. Once ratified and implemented, the Treaty will provide the means to more effectively leverage the strengths and innovation of the UK and US defence industries to provide state-of-the-art materiel and support to the men and women of the Armed Forces of both nations and to contribute to their enhanced ...
Registration Of Treaties (United States) - Hansard - UK Parliament
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will give particulars of the arrangement concluded by the United States of America with the secretariat of the League of Nations for the registration of treaties and other international agreements to which the United States of America becomes a party; and what treaties have already been registered by the United States under this arrangement?
Canada And United States (Treaty) - Hansard - UK Parliament
asked the Prime Minister whether it was on the advice of His Majesty's Ministers in the United Kingdom or His Majesty's Ministers in the Dominion of Canada that the Canadian Minister Plenipotentiary alone was authorised to sign the recent Treaty with the United States on behalf of the King; and when he will lay upon the Table the correspondence leading up to this development in the ...
House of Commons - Public Administration - Written Evidence
The latest Estimate Memorandum shows that administration expenditure was 73% of the limit in 2004-05, 81% in 2005-06, and 67% in 2006-07. The Memorandum states that the limit "included costs subsequently classified as other current/programme relating to depreciation and cost of capital largely in connection with Transformational Government assets".
Malay States Treaty - Hansard - UK Parliament
The treaty of 1895, to which my hon. Friend no doubt refers, has not been published officially in this country, but it is printed in the Government Gazette of the Straits Settlements and in several books of reference. I would suggest that my hon. Friend should consult the Hong Kong and China Directory, the Federated Malay States Civil Service List, or Mr. Belfield's Handbook of the Federated ...
GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES (TREATIES). (Hansard, 25 June 1928)
§35. Mr. NOEL BUXTON. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what regions are indicated in paragraph 10 of his reply to the United States Government respecting the multilateral peace treaty in which His Majesty's 28 Government reserves its freedom of action in the event of interference with these regions; and whether this reservation is limited to the contingency of wanton attack ...
Treaties (Arab States) - Hansard - UK Parliament
Particulars of the treaties in question are contained in Volume XI of Aitchison's Collection of Treaties, a copy of which is in the Library of the House. As regards the second part of the hon. Member's question, the extent to which His Majesty's Government would employ armed forces to fulfil their obligations in respect of the protection of these States would of course depend upon the nature ...
PEACE TREATIES AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. (Hansard, 26 June 1922)
PEACE TREATIES AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. HL Deb 26 June 1922 vol 50 cc1186-204 1186 § LORD NEWTON. My Lords, I beg to ask if the Report of Lord Justice Younger's Committee on the question of ex-enemy private property has been considered; and, if so, whether action will be taken upon it. It will be in the recollection of the House that this Question of appropriation of enemy property was raised by ...
Treaty With The United States - Hansard - UK Parliament
Your Lordships are, of course, aware, that there is a rumour that some treaty is negotiating, or has been actually signed, between this country and the United States relative to the fisheries on the coasts of the British Colonies. There is also a report—and it is on that point I am desirous of having an answer from my noble Friend —that that treaty will contain a proviso by which American ...
UNEMPLOYMENT (MEMORANDUM TO CABINET). (Hansard, 12 February 1930)
UNEMPLOYMENT (MEMORANDUM TO CABINET). (Hansard, 12 February 1930) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1930s → 1930 → February 1930 → 12 February 1930 → Commons Sitting → ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. UNEMPLOYMENT (MEMORANDUM TO CABINET). HC Deb 12 February 1930 vol 235 c411 411 § 49. Mr. BRACKEN. asked the Prime Minister if he will give the House of Commons an opportunity of ...
House of Commons - Treasury - Written Evidence
— The Memorandum states that the funding was part of the original spending plans. However, DUP—as per Treasury guidance contained in the glossary to the Memorandum—is for "unforeseen pressures", rather than for expected spending. The Committee requests clarification as to whether this was part of the original spending plans and if so, why this method was utilised because it appears to ...
Malay States Treaty. (Hansard, 13 December 1911)
Malay States Treaty. HC Deb 13 December 1911 vol 32 cc2348-9 2348. Mr. MacCALLUM SCOTT. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he will state whether the treaty of 1905, whereby the Malay States were federated, has been published, and where it can be seen? Mr. HARCOURT. There was no treaty of 1905. The treaty of 1895, to which my hon. Friend no doubt refers, has not been published ...
INDIA (CONSTITUTION) (Hansard, 12 December 1946)
The Mission laid down two principles as to the relationship of the States to the Crown during this period of transition: first, that while during the transitional period of the interim Government paramountcy would remain with the British Crown, the British Government could not, and would not, in any circumstances transfer that para- 1355 mountcy to any other Government of British India; and ...
Lords Hansard text for 14 Nov 2005 (51114-06)
I have one reservation on Amendment No. 1—the words "the presumption". I should like to be assured that that presumption does not in any way intrude upon the paramountcy of the welfare of the child as set out in Section 1 of the Children Act 1989. In that context, I should like to quote from the Solicitors' Family Law Association, to which ...