The list of passed dates (took from the website)
The Public Bills are the most commo bills introduced to the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Bills can be proposed in either the House of Comon or the House of Lordss by government ministers and they usually concern the general public's interest.
The Private Bills In the House of Commons, there are several routes to introducing private members' bills. These bills are given priority for debate and generaly offer the best chance of succes. A ballot is a device used to record choices made by voters. Each voter uses one ballot, and ballots are not shared. In the simpest elections, a ballot may be a simple scrap of paper on which each voter writes in the name of a candidate, but governmental election use pre-printed to protect the secrecy of the votes.
Ten minute rule
The Ten Minute Rule, is a procedure in the British Parliament for the introduction of Private Member's Billss in addition to the 20 per sessionn normally permissible. Any MP may introduce a bill under the Ten Minute Rule, although in practice it is only used by bacbenchers. To qualify to introduce a bill under the Rule, the MP in questin must be the first through the door to the Public Bill Office on the Tuesday or Wednesday morning fifteen working days (three weeks) prior to the date they wish to introduce their bill. An MP who objects to the bil can then make a speech oposing the proposal for a further ten minutes, although the majority pass through unopposed. MPs must give fifteen working days' notice to the Public Bill Office of their intention to present such a bill only one ten minute rule bill may be introdued on any one day. The goverement allow only 10min rule bill to progress.