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Public Bills in Parliament 2013-14
A Bill to make provisions to tackle anti-social behaviour, forced marriage, dangerous dogs and illegal firearms used by gangs and in organised crime.
A Bill to consolidate and modernise adult social care law, in order to clarify the issues of eligibility and service delivery.
A Bill to improve provision for children with special educational needs, reform court processes involving children, strengthen the role of the Children's Commissioner and make parental leave more flexible.
A Bill to provide consumers with clearer rights in law and to ensure that these rights keep pace with technological advances.
A Bill to enable the Ministry of Defence to fundamentally change the way it procures and supports defence equipment.
A Bill to reduce the burden of excessive and unnecessary regulation where primary legislation is required.
A Bill to establish a secure mix of electricity sources, attract investment in UK power generation and mitigate rising consumer bills. Formerly known as the Electricity Market Reform Bill.
A Bill to provide authorisation for the United Kingdom to support measures and programmes in the European Union, under the European Union Act 2011.
A Bill to enact the measures announced in the Budget of 20 March 2013, including changes to the income tax threshold, national insurance contributions and personal tax allowances.
A Bill to further strengthen regulation of the financial services sector and implement the recommendations of the Independent Commission on Banking.
A Bill to extend the scope of regulation currently governing remote gambling in Britain.
A Bill to provide Parliamentary authority for essential expenditure to pursue the High Speed Rail Network project.
A hybrid Bill providing the Government with the legal powers to compulsorily acquire the land needed to construct the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway and operate it.
The Bill will make provision for immigration law reforms, strengthening enforcement powers and protecting public services.
A Bill to support business in driving economic growth, innovation and encouraging enterprise.
A Bill to abolish the Audit Commission and establish a new regulatory framework for the audit of local public bodies in England.
A Bill to make provision for the marriage of same sex couples in England and Wales.
The Bill will make provision for a payment scheme for people with Diffuse Mesothelioma, where their employer or employers' insurance liability company cannot be traced.
The Bill will make provision for the reduction to the costs of employment, increase the fight against abusive tax avoidance schemes and to extend the Gerneral Anti-Abuse rule to cover National Insurance Contributions.
A Bill to introduce a number of technical changes to improve the way politics and institutions in Northern Ireland operate.
A Bill to transform the way in which offenders are rehabilitated in England and Wales.
A Bill to establish a new, single tier state pension of around £140 a week and bring forward the increase in the state pension age to 67.