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Weekly Information Bulletin: 7th July 2007

 

Order of Oral Questions

(Last Sitting period)

Monday 16th April - Thursday 24th May 2007

Mon.16 April

Tues.17 April

Wed. 18 April

Thurs. 19 April

Culture, Media and Sport

Church Commissioners;

Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

Transport

Constitutional Affairs *

Chancellor Of the Duchy of Lancaster*

Deputy Prime Minister

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mon.23 April

Tues. 24 April

Wed. 25 April

Thurs. 26 April

Work and Pensions

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission

Health

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Education and Skills

Solicitor General *

Mon. 30 April

Tues. 1 May

Wed. 2 May

Thurs.3 May

Home Office

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Wales

Prime Minister

Trade and Industry

Minister for Women and Equality

 

Mon. 7 May

Tues.8 May

Wed. 9 May

Thurs.10 May

(Bank Holiday)

Scotland *

Communities and Local Government

 

International Development

Prime Minister

Treasury

Mon.14 May

Tues. 15 May

Wed. 16 May

Thurs. 17 May

Defence

Transport

Justice *

Chancellor Of the Duchy of Lancaster*

Deputy Prime Minister

Prime Minister

 

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mon. 21 May

Tues.22 May

Wed.23 May

Thurs. 24 May

Culture, Media and Sport

Church Commissioners;

Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

Health

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Education and Skills

Solicitor General *

*Remit-

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster also answers on behalf of the Cabinet Office.

The hon. Member representing the House of Commons commission also answers on behalf of the Finance and Services Committee.

The Minister of State for Justice, also answers on behalf of the Lord Chancellor and the Privy Council office

The Secretary of State for Scotland also answers on behalf of the Advocate General.


Order of Oral Questions

(This Sitting period N.B. All dates are provisional)

N.B. Dates of Oral Questions are subject to change following the Government reshuffle of 28 June 2007. Further details will appear in next week's Bulletin

Monday 4 June - Thursday 26th July 2007

Mon. 4 June

Tues. 5 June

Wed. 6 June

Thurs. 7 June

Work and Pensions

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Wales

Prime Minister

 

Trade and Industry

Minister for Women and Equality

Mon. 11 June

Tues. 12 June

Wed. 13 June

Thurs. 14 June

Home Office

Scotland *

Communities and Local Government

International Development

Prime Minister

Treasury

Mon. 18 June

Tues. 19 June

Wed. 20 June

Thurs. 21 June

Defence

Transport

Justice*

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Deputy Prime Minister

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

 

Mon. 25 June

Tues. 26 June

Wed. 27 June

Thurs. 28 June

Culture, Media and Sport

Church Commissioners;

Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

Health

 

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Education and Skills

Solicitor General *

Mon. 2 July

Tues. 3 July

Wed. 4 July

Thurs. 5 July

Work and Pensions

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission*

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Wales

Prime Minister

 

Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform

Minister for Women and Equality

Mon. 9 July

Tues. 10 July

Wed. 11 July

Thurs. 12 July

Home Office

Scotland *

Communities and Local Government

International Development

Prime Minister

Treasury

Mon. 16 July

Tues. 17 July

Wed. 18 July

Thurs. 19 July

Defence

Transport

Duchy of Lancaster

Justice*

Deputy Prime Minister

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Solicitor General

Mon. 23 July

Tues. 24 July

Wed. 25 July

Thurs. 26 July

Culture, Media and Sport

Olympics

Church Commissioners;

Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

Health

 

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Children, Schools and Families

Innovation, Universities and Skills

*Remit-

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster also answers on behalf of the Cabinet Office.

The hon. Member representing the House of Commons commission also answers on behalf of the Finance and Services Committee.

The Minister of State for Justice, also answers on behalf of the Lord Chancellor and the Privy Council office

The Secretary of State for Scotland also answers on behalf of the Advocate General.

The Solicitor General also answers on behalf of the Attorney General.


 
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