» Thursday, June 7, 2007

Forthcoming Business

The Leader announced that business for the week ahead would be:

Monday, June 11 – Opposition Day (14th Allotted Day), there will be a debate on an Iraq Inquiry, followed by a debate on Carers. Both debates arise on an Opposition motion (Government speakers tba);

Tuesday, June 12 – second reading of the Serious Crime Bill [Lords] (Tony McNulty and Vernon Coaker, for the Government);

Wednesday, June 13 – Consideration of an Allocation of Time motion (Dr Kim Howells), followed by all stages of the International Tribunals (Sierra Leone) Bill [Lords];

Thursday, June 14 – consideration of Lords amendments to the Digital Switchover (Disclosure of Information)Bill (Shaun Woodward), followed by committee and remaining stages of the Rating (Empty Properties) Bill (Phil Woolas);

Friday, June 15 – Private Members Bills.

Provisional business for the following week:

Monday, June 18 – remaining stages of the Mental Health Bill [Lords] – Day 1; there would be another debate for debate on the Bill.

The Leader also pointed out that Government debates scheduled for Westminster Hall were: Thursday, June 21 – a debate on the Shipman Inquiry; Thursday, June 28 – a debate on the India country assistance plan; Thursday, July 5 – a debate on the report from the International Development Committee on development assistance and the occupied Palestine territories.

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