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Weekly Information Bulletin: 26th March 2011

Business of the House of Commons

18 – 25 March 2011

Friday 18 March

The House will sit at 9.30am

Private Members’ Bills -

Wreck Removal Convention Bill – Dr Thérèse Coffey – Remaining stages - (Agreed, Bill read a third time)

United Kingdom Parliamentary Sovereignty Bill – Mr Christopher Chope – 2R (Negatived on division)

Local Government Ombudsman (Amendment) Bill – Mr Christopher Chope – 2R (Deb adj. 2R to be resumed

13.05.11)

Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims (Amendment) Bill – Sir Paul Beresford – 2R (Bill read a Second time)

Carers (Identification and Support) Bill – Barbara Keeley – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 10.06.11)

Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill – Tom Brake – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 17.06.11)

Master’s Degrees (Minimum Standards) Bill – Chris Leslie – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 21.10.11)

Medical Insurance (Pensioner Tax Relief) Bill – Sir Paul Beresford – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 01.04.11)

Minimum Wage (Amendment) Bill – Mr Christopher Chope – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 14.10.11)

Parliamentary Standards (Amendment) Bill – Adam Afriyie – 2R (Ordered for 2R: 01.04.11)

Adjournment – Access to financial services in South East London – Mr Nick Raynsford

The House rose at 2.58pm

Monday 21 March

The House will sit at 2.30pm

Oral Questions – Education, including Topical Questions

Motion – United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973 on Libya (Agreed)

Motion – Members’ salaries (Agreed)

Adjournment – Crown Prosecution Service, NHS counter fraud and Cawston Park Hospital – Steve Baker

The House rose at 11.52pm

Tuesday 22 March

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

Westminster Hall Private Members’ Debates:

09.30-11.00 – Government policy on the promotion of women in business – Mrs Helen Grant

11.00-12.30 – Regional development in the North East – Tom Blenkinsop

12.30 -13.00 – Government policy on Pakistan – Andrew Stephenson

13.00-13.30 – Cross-border child custody access – Mr Frank Doran

13.30-14.00 – Civil recovery in England and Wales – Simon Hughes

The House will sit at 2.30pm

Oral Questions – HM Treasury, including Topical Questions

Statement – Student Visas – Mrs Theresa May

Ten Minute Rule Motion – Dangerous and Reckless Cycling (Offences) – Andrea Leadsom (Agreed, Bill presented and read a First time)

Legislation – Budget responsibility and National Audit Bill [HL] – Remaining stages (As amended considered; Bill read a third time and passed with an Amendment)

Adjournment – Closure of driving test centres in Girvan and Cumnock – Sandra Osborne

The House rose at 8.30pm

Wednesday 23 March

The House will sit in Westminster Hall between 9.30-5.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members’ Debates:

09.30-11.00 – Effect on the voluntary sector of reductions in public sector funding – Barbara Keeley

11.00-11.30 – Effects of carbon floor pricing on the steel industry – Jessica Morden

14.30 -16.00 – Pig farming – Mr Richard Bacon

16.00-16.30 – Rural broadband – Rory Stewart

16.30-17.00 – Government proposals for disability living allowance – John Robertson

The House will sit at 11.30am

Oral Questions – Northern Ireland, Prime Minister

Financial Statement Budget Report – Chancellor of the Exchequer

Debate – Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation

Adjournment – Cheshunt Urgent Care Centre – Mr Charles Walker

The House rose at 7.33pm

Thursday 24 March

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

Westminster Hall: Future of the Coastguard Service

The House will sit at 10.30am

Oral QuestionsEnergy and Climate Change, including Topical Questions

Urgent Question – European Summit – Mr William Cash

Business Statement – Leader of the House

Statement – North Africa and the Middle East – Mr William Hague

Presentation of a Bill – European Convention on Human Rights (Withdrawal) – Mr Peter Bone (Agreed, Bill presented and read a First time)

Presentation of a Bill – Common Fisheries Policy (Withdrawal) – Mr Peter Bone (Agreed, Bill presented and read a First time)

Presentation of a Bill – European Union (Freedom of Movement) (Amendment) – Mr Peter Bone (Agreed, Bill presented and read a First time)

Presentation of a Bill – European Union (Exemption from Value Added Tax Regulation) – Mr Peter Bone (Agreed, Bill presented and read a First time)

Debate – Continuation of the Budget debate – Growth and Enterprise

Adjournment – Maternity services in Hastings – Amber Rudd

The House rose at 6.26pm

Friday 25 March

The House will not be sitting

Written Ministerial Statements

18 – 25 March 2011

18.03.11

Flexible Working – Mr Edward Davey

18.03.11

Parliamentary Oral Question (Correction) – Mr Andrew Robathan

18.03.11

Commission on a Bill of Rights – Mr Mark Harper

18.03.11

Feed-in Tariffs (Review) – Gregory Barker

18.03.11

UK Marine Policy Statement – Mrs Caroline Spelman

18.03.11

NHS Access – Anne Milton

18.03.11

"Refusing Entry or Stay to NHS Debtors" – Damian Green

18.03.11

Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 – Mr Crispin Blunt

18.03.11

Urban Congestion Performance Fund – Norman Baker

21.03.11

Big Society Bank – Mr Nick Hurd

21.03.11

Armed Forces' Pay Review Body – Dr Liam Fox

21.03.11

School Teachers' Review Body – Michael Gove

21.03.11

Energy Council – Chris Huhne

21.03.11

International Criminal Court (Victims Fund) – Mr Henry Bellingham

21.03.11

NHS Pay Review Body – Mr Andrew Lansley

21.03.11

Prison Service Pay Review – Mr Crispin Blunt

21.03.11

Review Body on Senior Salaries – Mr David Cameron

21.03.11

Drink and Drug-driving – Mr Philip Hammond

21.03.11

Regional Cycling Projects – Norman Baker

21.03.11

Health and Safety System – Chris Grayling

22.03.11

Sunset Clauses (New Regulations) – Mr Mark Prisk

22.03.11

Defence Business Services – Dr Liam Fox

22.03.11

Consular Services (Fees) – Mr Jeremy Browne

22.03.11

Torture and Mistreatment Reporting Guidance – Mr William Hague

22.03.11

UK Influenza Pandemic Preparedness Strategy – Mr Andrew Lansley

22.03.11

EU Directive (Human Trafficking) – Damian Green

22.03.11

Equality and Human Rights Commission – Mrs Theresa May

22.03.11

"Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2000 – Review of Temporary Recruitment Provisions" – Mr Owen Paterson

23.03.11

Debt and Service Management Report 2011-12 – Mr Mark Hoban

23.03.11

Council Tax – Mr Eric Pickles

23.03.11

Guidance on Work Force Matters – Mr Eric Pickles

23.03.11

Private Members' Bills (2010-12 Session) – Sir George Young

24.03.11

Rebalancing the Northern Ireland Economy – Mr David Gauke

24.03.11

Election and Referendum Guidance – Mr Francis Maude

24.03.11

Advisory Committee on Historic Wreck Sites – John Penrose

24.03.11

UK Youth Parliament – Tim Loughton

24.03.11

Year 1 Phonics Screening Check – Mr Nick Gibb

24.03.11

Environment Council – Mrs Caroline Spelman

24.03.11

Foreign Affairs Council and General Affairs Council – Mr David Lidington

24.03.11

Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong – Mr William Hague

24.03.11

Entry Clearance Decisions (Removal of Full Appeal Rights) – Damian Green

24.03.11

Planning for Growth – Greg Clark