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Sewel Motions

Volume 408: debated on Thursday 3 July 2003

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To ask the Secretary of state for Scotland if he will list Sewel motions passed by the Scottish Parliament since May 1999 that apply to his Department's responsibilities and legislation he has sponsored. [120671]

42 Sewel motions have been passed by the Scottish Parliament since May 1999. The following full list outlines those Bills that have been the subject of more than one Sewel motion.

Table of Sewel motions
NumberBillSewel motion approved
1Food Standards23 June 1999
2Financial Services and Markets23 June 1999
3Electronic Communications23 June 1999
4Limited Liability Partnerships23 June 1999
5Sea Fishing Grants (Charges)8 December 1999
6Representation of the People13 January 2000
7Sexual Offences (Amendment)19 January 2000
8Political Parties, Elections and Referendums (1)9 March 2000
9Regulation of Investigatory Powers6 April 2000
10Learning and Skills18 May 2000
11Race Relations (Amendment)25 May 2000
12Insolvency1 June 2000
13Care Standards22 June 2000
14Political Parties, Elections and Referendums (2)6 July 2000
15Government Resources and Accounts6 July 2000
16Criminal Justice and Courts Service5 October 2000
17Health and Social Care Modernisation17 January 2001
18Tobacco Advertising and Promotion17 January 2001
19International Criminal Court18 January 2001
20Outworking31 January 2001
21Criminal Justice and Police7 February 2001
22International Development8 March 2001
23Culture and Recreation8 March 2001
24Armed Forces29 March 2001
25Adoption and Children (1)4 April 2001
26Adoption and Children (2)24 October 2001
27Proceeds of Crime24 October 2001
28Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security15 November 2001
29NHS Reform and Health Care Profession22 November 2001
30Adoption and Children (3)30 January 2002
31Police Reform30 January 2002
32Enterprise17 April 2002
33Private Hire Vehicles (Carriage of Guide Dogs etc.)19 June 2002
34Police Reform (2)27 June 2002
35Extradition21 November 2002
36Waste and Emissions Trading28 November 2002
37Criminal Justice5 December 2002
38Crime (International Cooperation)5 December 2002
39Local Government6 February 2003
40Sexual Offences20 March 2003
41Railways and Transport Safety20 March 2003
42Fireworks26 June 2003