The Leader said that on Monday, July 3, under the heading of Estimates, there would be debates on Human Reproductive Technologies and the Law (Caroline Flint for the Government), followed by The Work of the Electoral Commission (Bridget Prentice). On both the following days – July 4 and 5 – the House would debate the Finance (No 2) Bill (HM Treasury team). Adam Ingram would lead for the Government on the debate on armed forces personnel on July 6 on a motion for the adjournment.
In the following week, provisional business would include – on July 10 – a debate on the BBC Charter on a Government motion. On Tuesday, July 11, the House would debate the Intelligence and Security Committee’s annual report 2005-06, which was published earlier today. This would be on a motion for the adjournment of the House. Wednesday, July 12, was an Opposition Day (18th, with the subject still to be decided. The Leader suggested, as he had done in the House earlier, that it could provide the Opposition with an opportunity to raise the issue of human rights and a British Bill of Rights.
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