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|Order of Business Monday 19th January 1998
Here you can browse the House of Commons Order of Business for Monday 19 January 1998.
* Indicates a question for oral answer.
[R] indicates that the Member has declared a relevant interest.
Questions for oral answer not reached receive a written answer.
Supplementary questions will also be asked. Other Ministers may also answer.
+ Indicates Government business.
|At 2.30 p.m.||Prayers|
|At 2.35 p.m.|
|*1||Mr John Randall (Uxbridge): If he will make a statement on his plans to reform the National Lottery.|
|*2||Mr Tim Boswell (Daventry): If he will make a statement on the UK Sports Institute.|
|*3||Mr Andrew Mackinlay (Thurrock): What investment he is proposing to increase awareness in, and to promote appreciation of, the performing arts amongst children and young people.|
|*4||Mr Michael Fallon (Sevenoaks): What plans he has to encourage the growth of employment in the tourist industry.|
|*5||Mr Tony McNulty (Harrow East): What plans he has to support the provision of school playing fields.|
|*6||Sir Sydney Chapman (Chipping Barnet): If he will make a statement on the introduction of the sixth good cause category of National Lottery funding.|
|*7||Mr Barry Sheerman (Huddersfield): When he will meet next leaders of the British film industry to discuss the growing use of product placement in films.|
|*8||Mr Don Touhig (Islwyn): What plans he has to make National Lottery funding simpler for small community organisations in Wales.|
|*9||Mr Lindsay Hoyle (Chorley): If he will re-introduce tourism grants in England under section 4 of the Development of Tourism Act 1969.|
|*10||Mr Harry Cohen (Leyton and Wanstead): What steps he is taking to increase the number of British-produced films showing in (a) domestic and (b) international markets.|
|*11||Mr James Gray (North Wiltshire): What steps his Department takes to encourage competitive team sports.|
|*12||Lorna Fitzsimons (Rochdale): What measures he intends to take to encourage more women to participate in sport.|
|*13||Mr Jim Cunningham (Coventry South): What steps he is taking to increase the proportion of British-produced films shown (a) domestically and (b) internationally.|
|*14||Mr Anthony Steen (Totnes): What plans he has to review his relationship with the Arts Council.|
|*15||Mr David Borrow (South Ribble): What is (a) the number and (b) the cost of projects funded by the Millennium Commission to date.|
|*16||Dr Ian Gibson (Norwich North): If he will make a statement on how the new United Kingdom Sports Institute will help British sportsmen and women excel in international competitions.|
|*17||Ms Margaret Moran (Luton South): What steps he is taking to increase the number of British-produced films shown (a) domestically and (b) internationally.|
|*18||Dr Alan Whitehead (Southampton, Test): What plans he has to combat piracy in the music industry.|
|*19||Ms Patricia Hewitt (Leicester West): What plans he has to ensure that projects funded by the Millennium Commission continue after the year 2000.|
|*20||Mr Bob Blizzard (Waveney): What representations he has received on the impact of the activities of ticket touts on sports funding.|
|*21||Mr David Lepper (Brighton, Pavilion): What plans he has to encourage the improvement of training and qualifications in the tourist industry.|
|*22||Mr Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley): What plans he has for the future of non-league football.|
|*23||Mr Andrew Dismore (Hendon): If he will make a statement on Government support for classical music.|
|*24||Dr Julian Lewis (New Forest East): What plans he has to change the Lottery operator in 2001.|
|*25||Mr Peter Bradley (The Wrekin): What plans he has to help combat racism in football.|
|At 3.10 p.m.|
|*26||Ms Diane Abbott (Hackney North and Stoke Newington): If he will make a statement on the accountability to Parliament of the Millennium Experience Company.|
|*27||Miss Julie Kirkbride (Bromsgrove): How much has been spent on the Millennium Experience at Greenwich out of public funds.|
|*28||Mr Richard Page (South West Hertfordshire): How much public money he estimates will be spent on the Millennium Experience.|
|*29||Mr Andrew Robathan (Blaby): If he will make a statement on the future uses of the Millennium Dome after 2000.|
|*30||Mr Tim Loughton (East Worthing and Shoreham): How much of the Greenwich Millennium Experience's budget will be raised through ticket sales.|
|At 3.15 p.m.|
|*31||Mr Denis MacShane (Rotherham): If he will take steps to allow all qualified lawyers rights of audience in all courts.|
|*32||Mr Andrew Mackinlay (Thurrock): What reforms he is proposing in the rights of audience before the courts.|
|*33||Mr Bill O'Brien (Normanton): How many representations he has received in support of his proposals for the future structure of the magistrates' courts service; and if he will make a statement.|
|*34||Mr Harry Barnes (North East Derbyshire): If he will make a statement on his Department's guidance to judges in relation to disability issues.|
|*35||Mr Malcolm Wicks (Croydon North): If he will make a statement about the court system's treatment of those with serious learning difficulties.|
|*36||Mr Austin Mitchell (Great Grimsby): What assessment he has made of the likely use and effectiveness of conditional fees in England and Wales.|
|*37||Paddy Tipping (Sherwood): What representations he has received about the first annual report of the Office for the Supervision of Solicitors.|
|*38||Mr Tam Dalyell (Linlithgow): What discussions he has had with the Lord Advocate's Office on matters relating to Scottish devolution.|
|*39||Mr Andrew Dismore (Hendon): If he will make a statement on progress on the implementation of the civil justice reforms.|
|*40||Ann Clwyd (Cynon Valley): If he will make a statement on his proposed reforms of the legal aid system.|
|At 3.30 p.m.||Private Notice Questions (if any)
Ministerial Statements (if any)
|+ 1||EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (AMENDMENT) BILL [2nd allotted day]: Committee (Progress reported 15th January). [Until 10.00 p.m.]
|At the end of the sitting:|
|1||Welsh Affairs||1.30 p.m.
|Welsh Office, Cathays Park, Cardiff (private)
Witness: Mr Win Griffiths, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales.
|2||Foreign Affairs and Defence||3.00 p.m.
|Room 15 (private)
Witnesses: Mr Gyula Horn, Prime Minister and Mr La«szlo« Kova«cs, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Hungary.
|3||Information||4.30 p.m.||Room 13 (private)|
|4||Public Accounts||4.30 p.m.||Room 16 (public)|
Witnesses: Mr Ian Byatt, Director General, Mr Mike Saunders, Assistant Director & Head of Consumer Affairs, Mr Clive Wilkinson, Chairman of Central Customer Service Committee, Office of Water Services.
|5||Modernisation of the House of Commons||5.00 p.m.||Room 21 (private)|
|6||Business Committee on the Government of Wales Bill||5.00 p.m.||Chairman of Ways and Means Office (private)|
|1 ||Dr Alan Whitehead (Southampton, Test): To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, when he expects to publish the Green Paper on the future of crown copyright.|
|2 ||Mr John Healey (Wentworth): To ask the Prime Minister, what new Ministerial Committees of the Cabinet have been established since 9th June 1997.|
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