» Thursday, June 21, 2007

Forthcoming Business

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

Monday, June 25 – motion to approve a Ways and Means Resolution on the Finance Bill, followed by remaining stages of the Finance Bill, Day 1 (Stephen Timms, John Healey and Ed Balls for the Government); Tuesday, June 26 – conclusion of remaining stages of the Finance Bill (Stephen Timms, John Healey and Ed Balls), followed by a motion to approve a Money Resolution on the Off-Road Vehicles (Registration) Bill (Stephen Ladyman); Wednesday, June 27 – remaining stages of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [Lords] (Vera Baird); Thursday, June 28 – if necessary, consideration of Lords amendments, followed by remaining stages of the Concessionary Bus Travel [Lords] (Gillian Merron); Friday, June 29 – Private Members Bills.

Provisional business for the following week:

Monday, July 2 – Opposition Day (15th allotted day), there will be a debate on an Opposition motion (subject to be announced); Tuesday, July 3 – consideration of Lords amendments to the Statistics and Registration Service Bill (speakers tba), followed by, if necessary, consideration of Lords amendments; Wednesday, July 4 – second reading of the Child Maintenance and Other Payments Bill (tba); Thursday, July 5 – remaining stages of the Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill [Lords] (tba), followed by a motion to approve a European document relating to Global Navigation Systems; Friday, July 7 – House not sitting.

The Leader also said that, in a response during Business Questions, he had indicated that the Government was planning for a debate on Zimbabwe on Thursday, July 19.

It was put to Mr Straw that he had not indicated which Ministers would be speaking in debates after June 28. He said that the Prime Minister would ensure that the media were the first to know after the Ministers themselves had been told!

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