§ Mrs. Lait
To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs if he will list those individuals and organisations(a) to whom (i) his Department, (ii) its executive agencies and (iii) the non-departmental public bodies for which his Department is responsible sent a copy of the consultations (A) Combining English local authority, Greater London Authority and European Parliament elections: a consultation paper, (B) Modernising the civil courts: a consultation paper and (C) Constitutional reform: next steps for the House of Lords and (b) from who each received a response in each case. 
§ Mr. Leslie
These consultation papers, as is routine with Government consultation, were published on the Department's websites. They were each distributed to a wide number of consultees, and each received a significant number of detailed responses.
I have placed a list of consultees and respondents to the "Combining English local authority, Greater London Authority and European Parliament elections" and "Modernising the Civil Courts" consultation papers in the Library of the House.
222 people responded to the consultation paper "Constitutional reform: next steps for the House of Lords". The consultation paper was sent to all those referred to in annex B of the paper, and others as requested. A summary of responses to the consultation will be published shortly, along with legislation to give effect to the Government's proposals.