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Weekly Information Bulletin: 25th April 2009

Order of Oral Questions

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

Monday 20 April - Thursday 21 May 2009

Mon. 20 April

 

Tues. 21 April

 

Wed. 22 April

 

Thu. 23 April

 

Culture, Media and Sport

Olympics

 

Communities and Local Government

 

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

 

Energy and Climate Change

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission*

 

Mon. 27 April

 

Tues. 28 April

 

Wed. 29 April

 

Thu. 30 April

 

Children, Schools and Families

 

Treasury

 

Wales*

Prime Minister

 

Innovation, Universities and Skills

 

Mon. 4 May

 

Tues. 5 May

 

Wed. 6 May

 

Thu. 7 May

 
 

Justice*

 

Scotland*

Prime Minister

 

Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform

Church Commissioners Public Accounts Commission and Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

 

Mon. 11 May

 

Tues. 12 May

 

Wed. 13 May

 

Thu. 14 May

 

Work and Pensions

 

Health

 

International Development

Prime Minister

 

Transport

Women and Equality

 

Mon. 18 May

 

Tues. 19 May

 

Wed. 20 May

 

Thu. 21 May

 

Home Office

 

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster*

Prime Minister

 

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

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 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.

The Secretary of State for Wales also answers on his responsibilities as Minister for Digital Inclusion


Order of Oral Questions

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

Monday 1 June - Tuesday 21 July 2009

Mon. 1 June

 

Tues. 2 June

 

Wed. 3 June

 

Thu. 4 June

 

Defence

 

Communities and Local Government

 

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

 

Energy and Climate Change

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission*

 

Mon. 8 June

 

Tues. 9 June

 

Wed. 10 June

 

Thu. 11 June

 

Culture, Media and Sport

Olympics

 

Treasury

 

Wales*

Prime Minister

 

Innovation, Universities and Skills

 

Mon. 15 June

 

Tues. 16 June

 

Wed. 17 June

 

Thu. 18 June

 

Children, Schools and Families

 

Justice*

 

Scotland*

Prime Minister

 

Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform

Church Commissioners Public Accounts Commission and Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

 

Mon. 22 June

 

Tues. 23 June

 

Wed. 24 June

 

Thu. 25 June

 

Work and Pensions

 

Health

 

International Development

Prime Minister

 

Transport

Women and Equality

 

Mon. 29 June

 

Tues. 30 June

 

Wed. 1 July

 

Thu. 2 July

 

Home Office

 

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster*

Prime Minister

 

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Solicitor General*

 

Mon. 6 July

 

Tues. 7 July

 

Wed. 8 July

 

Thu. 9 July

 

Defence

 

Communities and Local Government

 

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

 

Energy and Climate Change

Leader of the House

House of Commons Commission*

 

Mon. 13 July

 

Tues. 14 July

 

Wed. 15 July

 

Thu. 16 July

 

Culture, Media and Sport

Olympics

 

Treasury

 

Wales*

Prime Minister

 

Innovation, Universities and Skills

 

Mon. 20 July

 

Tues. 21 July

 
   

Children, Schools and Families

 

Justice*

 
   

*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 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.

The Secretary of State for Wales also answers on his responsibilities as Minister for Digital Inclusion

 
 
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