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Weekly Information Bulletin: 7th November 2009

Forthcoming Business of the House of Commons
9 - 13 November 2009

Monday 9 November

The House will sit at 2.30pm

Oral Questions - Culture, Media and Sport, including Topical Questions; Olympics

Programme Motion - Corners and Justice Bill

Legislation - Corners and Justice Bill - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Adjournment - Provision of acute services for mental health patients - Mr Charles Walker


Tuesday 10 November

The House will sit in Westminster Hall between 9.30am-2.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members' Debates -

09.30-11.00Financial service regulation - Mr David Heathcoat-Amory
11.00-12.30Cyprus - Mr Andrew Dismore
12.30-13.00Rape crises centre - Lynda Waltho
13.00-13.30Public transport and the disabled - Mr John Randall
13.30-14.00Centre for Defence Medicine at Selly Oak - Ms Gisela Stuart

The House will sit at 2.30pm

Oral Questions -Justice, including Topical Questions

Time Minute Rule Bill - Queen's Diamond Jubilee - Andrew Rosindell

Legislation - (If necessary) Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - Welfare Reform Bill - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - Health Bill [HL] - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill [HL] - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Adjournment - Death of Mr Martin Green in HM Prison Blakenhurst - Mr Mark Todd


Wednesday 11 November

The House will sit in Westminster Hall between 3.30-8.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members' Debates -

15.30-17.00Application of sex discrimination legislation to religious organisations - Robert Key
17.00-18.30Prospects for a 2010 nuclear non-proliferation treaty review conference - Tony Lloyd
18.30-19.00Future of the South London Line - Simon Hughes
19.00-19.30Work of the Department for Work and Pensions in Plymouth - Linda Gilroy
19.30-20.00Reducing female mortality in Africa - Mr Phil Willis

The House will sit at 2.30pm

Oral Questions -Wales; Prime Minister

Time Minute Rule Bill - Mobile Network Roaming Capabilities - Mr Angus MacNeil

Legislation - Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Bill - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - (If necessary) Consideration of Lords Amendments

Adjournment - Local authority adoption of new residential roads - Mr Philip Hollobone


Thursday 12 November

The House will sit in Westminster Hall between 2.30pm and 5.30pm

Westminster Hall - a debate on the 3rd Report from the Health Committee, Session 2008-09, entitled 'Health Inequalities', HC 286-I, and the Government's response, Cm 7621

The House will sit at 10.30am

Oral Questions - Business, Innovation and Skills, including Topical Questions

Legislation - (If necessary) Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - Policing and Crime Bill - Consideration of Lords Amendments

Legislation - (If necessary) Consideration of Lords Amendments

Adjournment - Future of King George Hospital, Ilford - Mike Gapes

The House will be Prorogued when Royal Assent to all Acts has been signified


Friday 13 November

The House will not be sitting


Provisional Forthcoming Business
of the House of Commons
16 - 20 November 2009

Monday 16 November

The House will not be sitting


Tuesday 17 November

The House will not be sitting


Wednesday 18 November

State Opening of Parliament

The House will be suspended until 2.30pm

Debate on the Address - First day

Adjournment - *


Thursday 19 November

The House will sit at 10.30am

Debate on the Address - Second day

Business Statement - Leader of the House

Adjournment - *


Friday 20 November

The House will not be sitting

* Details known previous Thursday after 1.00pm

** There are no Westminster Hall Debates scheduled

*** Details known the previous Monday evening and will appear in Tuesday's Ordered Paper

 
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