The Leader said that, on Monday, December 4, the House would debate remaining stages of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Bill (Gerry Sutcliffe for the Government). On Tuesday, December 5, Opposition Day (1st Allotted Day), there would be a debate entitled "Government Failures on Public Health" (Government speaker tba), followed by a debate entitled, "Failure of Government Transport Strategy and Mounting Capacity Crisis on British Roads and Railways" (Douglas Alexander and Stephen Ladyman). Both debates would arise on an Opposition motion.
The remainder of the week’s business would be: Wednesday, December 6 – a debate on European Affairs on a motion for the Adjournment of the House (Margaret Beckett and Geoff Hoon); Thursday, December 7 – Estimates (1st Allotted Day) – a debate on the Provision of Affordable Housing (Yvette Cooper), followed by a debate on Occupational Pensions (James Purnell). Details would be given in the Official Report. Mr Straw said that, at 6pm, the House would be asked to agree all outstanding Estimates.
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