» Thursday, February 1, 2007

Forthcoming Business

The Leader said that, on Monday, February 5, the House would debate the second reading of the UK Borders Bill (Liam Byrne and Joan Ryan for the Government). On Tuesday, February 6, the business would be remaining stages of the Justice and Security (Northern Ireland) Bill (David Hanson and Paul Goggins). Wednesday, February 7 would be Opposition Day (5th Allotted Day) – a debated entitled, "The Al Yamamah Arms Agreement and Related Matters", followed by a debate entitled, "The Government’s Failing Record on Crime", both debates arising on Liberal Democrat motions. On Thursday, February 8, a debate on the Future of Buses on a motion for the Adjournment of the House (Stephen Ladyman and Gillian Merron). The House would not sit on Friday, February 9.

Provisional business for the week after the recess would be: Monday, February 19 – Motions relating to Benefits Up-rating, followed by a debate on Human Rights: Values, Rights and Responsibilities on a motion for the Adjournment of the House; Tuesday, February 20 – remaining stages of the Planning Gain Supplement (Preparations) Bill, followed by remaining stages of the Income Tax Bill; Wednesday, February 21 – Opposition Day (6th Allotted Day), debate on a subject to be announced; Thursday, February 22 – a debate on a motion for the Adjournment of the House, subject to be announced; Friday, February 23 – Private Members Bills.

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