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Immigration Appeal Tribunal

Volume 408: debated on Tuesday 1 July 2003

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To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs pursuant to his answer of 18 June 2003, Official Report, column 274W, on the Immigration Appeal Tribunal, how many (a) groups, (b) individuals and (c) organisations have been consulted on his proposals; when he last met the Chief Adjudicator to discuss his proposals; and what representations he has received following the announcement on legislative proposals made by the Government on 22 May 2003. [121890]

As stated in my reply of 18 June 2003, Official Report, column 274W, we are currently developing detailed proposals for the creation of a single tier. Before finalising these proposals, I will take steps to seek the views of interested parties. As for representations received since the Government's announcement on 22 May 2003, the Chairman of the Select Committee on the Lord Chancellor's Department wrote to the Secretary of State on 20 June 2003 in connection with the handling of the announcement.