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[name removed April 2013]

Dear House of Commons,

Further to s1(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000:

Could I please request any armed forces bill committee minutes prior to the introduction of the the 2006 armed forces act. I am interested in finding out any information about when the Armed Forces Summary hearing was first given authority to carry out criminal proceedings. Any information or suggestions of where to find it would be very much appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

[first name of requester removed] [last name of requester removed]

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FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear Mr [last name of requester removed],

Thank you for your request for information which is copied below.

We have received the following response to your request from the Defence Committee:

The Special Report of the Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill 2006, HC 828 of Session 2005-06 contains the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee, the written and oral evidence received and the verbatim record of the formal deliberations of the Committee on the Bill.

This contains links to additional briefing material.

Clause 383 (Commencement) gives information about when the various clauses of the Act came into force.

I hope the above is helpful.

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Yours sincerely

Katarina Ndrepepaj | Freedom of Information Coordinator
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service
House of Commons

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