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Weekly Information Bulletin

Weekly Information Bulletin: 2nd April 2011

Order of Oral Questions

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

Monday 28 February – Thursday 7 April 2011

Mon. 28 February

Tues. 1 March

Wed. 2 March

Thur. 3 March

Communities and Local Government

Deputy Prime Minister*

Attorney General

Church Commissioners; Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission

Cabinet Office

Prime Minister

Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport

Leader of the House of Commons Commission

Mon. 7 March

Tues. 8 March

Wed. 9 March

Thur. 10 March

Home Office

Health

Scotland

Prime Minister

Transport

Woman and Equalities

Mon. 14 March

Tues. 15 March

Wed. 16 March

Thur. 17 March

Defence

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Wales

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mon. 21 March

Tues. 22 March

Wed. 23 March

Thur. 24 March

Education

HM Treasury

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Energy and Climate Change

Mon. 28 March

Tues. 29 March

Weds. 30 March

Thur. 31 March

Work and Pensions

Justice

International Development

Prime Minister

Business, Innovation and Skills

Mon. 4 April

Tues. 5 April

Wed. 6 April

Thur. 7 April

Communities and Local Government

Deputy Prime Minister*

Attorney General

Church Commissioners; Public Accounts Commission;

Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission

The House will not be sitting

The House will not be sitting

*Remit-

The Deputy Prime Minister also answers on behalf of the Privy Council Office.

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

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

The Member answering on behalf of the House of Commons Commission also answers on behalf of the Finance and Services Committee.

The Members answering on behalf of the Public Accounts Commission and the Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission answer

during the period assigned to the Member answering on behalf of the Church Commissioners.


Order of Oral Questions

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

Monday 25 April – Thursday 16 June 2011

Mon. 25 April

Tues. 26 April

Wed. 27 April

Thur. 28 April

The House will not be sitting

Health

Cabinet Office

Prime Minister

Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport

Leader of the House and House of Commons Commission

Mon. 2 May

Tues. 3 May

Wed. 4 May

Thur. 5 May

The House will not be sitting

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Scotland

Prime Minister

Transport

Women and Equalities

Mon. 9 May

Tues. 10 May

Wed. 11 May

Thur. 12 May

Home Office

HM Treasury

Wales

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Church Commissioners, &c

Mon. 16 May

Tues. 17 May

Wed. 18 May

Thur. 19 May

Defence

Justice

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Energy and Climate Change

Mon. 23 May

Tues. 24 May

Weds. 25 May

Thur. 26 May

Education

Deputy Prime Minister*

Attorney General

The House will not be sitting

The House will not be sitting

*Remit-

The Deputy Prime Minister also answers on behalf of the Privy Council Office.

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

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

The Member answering on behalf of the House of Commons Commission also answers on behalf of the Finance and Services Committee.

The Members answering on behalf of the Public Accounts Commission and the Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission answer

during the period assigned to the Member answering on behalf of the Church Commissioners.


Order of Oral Questions

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

Monday 6 June – Thursday 21 July 2011

Mon. 6 June

Tues. 7 June

Wed. 8 June

Thur. 9 June

The House will not be sitting

Health

International Development

Prime Minister

Business, Innovation and Skills

Mon. 13 June

Tues. 14 June

Wed. 15 June

Thur. 16 June

Work and Pensions

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Cabinet Office

Prime Minister

Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport

Leader of the House and House of Commons Commission

Mon. 20 June

Tues. 21 June

Wed. 22 June

Thur. 23 June

Communities and Local Government

HM Treasury

Scotland

Prime Minister

Transport

Women and Equalities

Mon. 27 June

Tues. 28 June

Wed. 29 June

Thur. 30 June

Home Office

Justice

Wales

Prime Minister

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Church Commissioners, &c

Mon. 4 July

Tues. 5 July

Wed. 6 July

Thur. 7 July

Defence

Deputy Prime Minister*

Attorney General

Northern Ireland

Prime Minister

Energy and Climate Change

Mon. 11 July

Tues. 12 July

Wed. 13 July

Thur. 14 July

Education

Health

International Development

Prime Minister

Business, Innovation and Skills

Mon. 18 July

Tues. 19 July

Wed. 20 July

Thur. 21 July

Work and Pensions

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

The House will not be sitting

The House will not be sitting

*Remit-

The Deputy Prime Minister also answers on behalf of the Privy Council Office.

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

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

The Member answering on behalf of the House of Commons Commission also answers on behalf of the Finance and Services Committee.

The Members answering on behalf of the Public Accounts Commission and the Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission answer

during the period assigned to the Member answering on behalf of the Church Commissioners.