University of London Bill (Extra (Started as a Petition for a Private Bill…
University of London Bill
First Reading Amendments
23rd January 2016
The Bill was read and presented for the first time
Second Reading Amendments
2nd February 2017
Bill read a second time and committed to an Unopposed Bill Committee.
Bill was reintroduced
19th July 2017
University of London Bill [HL] The Senior Deputy Speaker informed the House that, in accordance with Private Business Standing Order 150B (Revival of Bills), the bill had been deposited in the Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments together with the declaration of the agent. The bill was presented and read a first time. It was then deemed to have been read a second time and committed to an Unopposed Bill Committee.
Started as a Petition for a Private Bill
First brought up on Monday 28th Novemeber 2016
It was a middle level bill
Proposed by Richard Bull who was the parliamentary agent for the University of London Bill
A Bill to make new provision for the making of statutes for the University of London; and for related purposes.
House of Lords The Bill is currently waiting to be considered by an Unopposed Bill Committee. The Second Reading of this Bill was agreed to (formally) on 9 February 2017. The Bill has now been referred to an Unopposed Bill Committee. The petitioning period in the House of Lords has now ended and no petitions were deposited against the Bill. See petition information below for information about when those specially and directly affected by the bill can petition against it in the House of Commons.
This Bill was introduced into the House of Lords on 23 January 2017. It successfully completed the examination of its compliance with Standing Orders on 19 December 2016
(those proceedings can be found here).
Bill started in the House of Lords
IT IS A PRIVATE BILL
House of Lords Unopposed Committee
The Bill was referred to an Unopposed Bill Committee after Second Reading and is currently waiting for a Report from the Attorney General before it can be considered by an Unopposed Bill Committee.