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Summary Agenda 18 December 2002

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2.30 p.m.Prayers.
AfterwardsOral Questions to the Deputy Prime Minister.
3.00 p.m.Oral Questions to the Prime Minister.
3.30 p.m.Urgent Questions, Ministerial Statements (if any).
(Deferred Divisions will take place in the No" Lobby between 3.30 p.m. and 5.00 p.m.)
AfterwardsIncome Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Bill: Second Reading (without debate).
—      followed by Ways and Means Resolution (without debate).
Regulatory Reform Order (Motion for approval) (without debate).
Regional Assemblies (Preparations) Bill (Programme (No. 2) Motion) (for up to 45 minutes).
Regional Assemblies (Preparations) Bill (Clauses 1 to 4): Committee (for up to 6 hours).
At the end of the sittingAdjournment Debate: Football head injuries (Dr Ian Gibson) (until 10.30 p.m. or for half an hour, whichever is later).

Sitting in Westminster Hall
Adjournment Debates:
9.30 a.m.Aftermath of genocide in Rwanda (Ann McKechin).
11.00 a.m.Implementation of the South Coast Multi-Modal study (Norman Baker).
12.30 p.m.Proposed Eastfields Station and the Strategic Rail Authority (Siobhain McDonagh).
1.00 p.m.Pension Service and Mrs Lonsdale (Mr Anthony Steen).
1.30 p.m.Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme (Ross Cranston) (until 2.00 p.m.).


Members are reminded of two significant changes to arrangements relating to parliamentary questions taking effect in the New Year.
From the return of the House Members will be able to table questions electronically. For security reasons the House has laid down formal arrangements for electronic tabling based on access using the PDVN.
Members wishing to use the new system will need to sign a consent form in the Table Office.
Named Day Questions
From the start of the New Year Members will be able to table a maximum of five named day questions on any day. There will be no limit on the number of ordinary written questions which may be asked and there will be no changes to the rules governing limits on oral questions.

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