» Thursday, March 1, 2007

Forthcoming Business

The Leader said that, on Monday, March 5, MPs would debate the second reading of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [Lords] (Vera Baird and Nick Ainger for Government). On Tuesday, March 6, the first day of the debate on House of Lords Reform (Jack Straw and Nigel Griffiths); Wednesday, March 7 – conclusion of the debate on House of Lords Reform Bridget Prentice and Jack Straw); Thursday, March 8 – a debate entitled "Women, Justice and Gender Equality in the UK" on a motion for the Adjournment (Vera Baird and Meg Munn); Friday, March 9 – Private Members Bills.

Provisional business for the following week would be:

Monday, March 12 – Estimates (2nd Allotted Day), subject to be confirmed by the Liaison Committee; Tuesday, March 13 – Proceedings on the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill, followed by Remaining Stages of the Statistics and Registration Service Bill; Wednesday, March 14 – a debate on Trident on a Government Motion; Thursday, March 15 – a debate on a Motion for the Adjournment of the House, subject to be announced; Friday, March 16 – not sitting.

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