The week in Westminster: September 3rd - 7th

The week in Westminster: September 3rd - 7th
The week in Westminster: September 3rd - 7th

 

COMMONS

Monday
Business - Education
Legislation - European Union (approval of treaty amendment decision) bill, second reading
Adjournment - Abuse of persons with learning disabilities, Tom Clarke

Tuesday
Questions - Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Ten minute rule motion - Plastic glasses and bottles, Ian Lucas
Legislation - Small charitable donations bill, second reading
Money resolution - Prisons (interference with wireless telegraphy) bill
Adjournment - Motorcycle licenses, Steve Baker


Wednesday
Questions - Cabinet Office
Prime minister's question time
Ten minute rule motion - pre-paid meters (Level of Debt), John Robertson
Debate - Opposition day, subject to be announced
Adjournment - Burial space and the treatment of death, Mr David Amess

Thursday
Questions - Business, innovation and skills
Backbench business - Motion relating to immigration; motion relating to community hospitals
Adjournment - School places in Thurrock, Jackie Doyle-Price

Friday
Legislation - Social care and identification of carers bill, second reading, Barbara Keeley
Legislation - Winter fuel allowance payments bill, second reading, Mike Weir
Legislation - Town and country planning regulations 2007 bill, second reading, Nicholas Brown
Legislation - Bank of England (appointment of governor) bill, second reading, John McDonnell
Adjournment - Criminal injuries compensation scheme, Kelvin Hopkins

 

LORDS

The House of Lords is in recess. The House will next sit on Monday 08 October 2012.

 

PICK OF THE COMMITTEES

Tuesday
10.05 - Transport rail 2020, Maggie Simpson, Policy Manager, Rail Freight Group and Nigel Jones, Head of Planning and Strategy, DB Schenker; Michael Roberts, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Train Operating Companies, Paul Plummer, Group Strategy Director, Network Rail, Jeremy Candfield, Director General, Railway Industry Association and Dr Richard Wellings, Deputy Editorial Director, Institute of Economic Affairs; Kaj Mook, Head of Customer Service Transition, Merseyrail

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