Weekly Information Bulletin: 9th July 2011

Business of the House of Commons

4 – 11 July

Monday 4 July

The House sat at 2.30pm

Oral Questions – Defence, including Topical Questions

Statement – Business of the House

Statement – Commission of Funding of Care and Support – Mr Andrew Lansley

Legislation – Finance (No. 3) Bill – Continuation of remaining stages (Day 2)

Adjournment – Government policy on musculoskeletal diseases – Graham Stringer

The House rose at 10.41pm

Tuesday 5 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 9.30am-2.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members’ Debates:

09.30-11.00 – Effect of Government policies on police forces – Teresa Pearce

11.00-12.30 – Future prospects for the packaging industry – Mark Pawsey

12.30 -13.00 – Debt management plans – Nic Dakin

13.00-13.30 – Primary care trust funding for neuroblastoma – Neil Parish

13.30-14.00 – Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Great Lakes region of Africa – Eric Joyce

The House sat at 2.30pm

Oral Questions – Deputy Prime Minister, including Topical Questions, Attorney General

Introduction of a new member – Iain McKenzie (Inverclyde)

Application for emergency debate – Phone hacking at the News of the World and Conduct of the Metropolitan Police – Chris Bryant (Agreed)

Presentation of a Bill – Police (Detention and Bail) Bill – Mrs Theresa May

Ten Minute Rule Motion – Electricity Transmission (Protection of Landscape) – Tessa Munt (Agreed, Bill presented and read a first time)

Legislation – Finance (No. 3) Bill – Report stage (Day 3) (As amended, further considered)

Legislation – Finance (No. 3) Bill – Third reading (Bill read a third time and passed)

Adjournment – Government food security strategy – Laura Sandys

The House rose at 10.36pm


Wednesday 6 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 9.30-5.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members’ Debates:

09.30-11.00 – Dangerous dogs – Caroline Nokes

11.00-11.30 – Implications of potential delays to planned flood defence systems – Miss Anne McIntosh

14.30 -16.00 – Future career opportunities for young people in the North West – Mr Gordon Marsden

16.00-16.30 – Effects of Phonographic Performance Limited regulations on small and medium-sized enterprises – Ms Margaret Ritchie

16.30-17.00 – Special Olympics – Chris Heaton-Harris

The House sat at 11.30am

Oral Questions – Northern Ireland, Prime Minister

Statement – Afghanistan – Mr David Cameron

Ten Minute Rule Motion – Sunday Trading (Amendment) – Mark Menzies (Agreed, Bill presented and read a first time)

Urgent debate – Phone hacking at the News of the World and Conduct of the Metropolitan Police Service

Debate – Estimates day (3rd allotted day) – (i) ‘Prevent strategy’ (ii) Afghanistan and Pakistan (Further details will be given in the Official Report) – At 7.00pm the House will be asked to agree all outstanding estimates (Estimates agreed)

Presentation of a Bill – Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Bill (Bill presented and read a first time)

Adjournment – Management of football clubs in administration – Alison Seabeck

The House rose at 7.30pm

Thursday 7 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 2.30pm and 5.30pm

Westminster Hall: Intellectual property and the Hargreaves report

The House sat at 10.30am

Oral QuestionsEnergy and Climate Change, including Topical Questions

Business Statement – Leader of the House

Legislation – Proceedings on the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Bill – Second reading (Bill read a second time)

Legislation – Proceedings on the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Bill – Third reading (Bill read a third time and passed)

Legislation – Police (Detention and Bail) Bill – Second reading (Bill read a second time)

Legislation – Police (Detention and Bail) Bill – Committee of the whole House (considered, not amended)

Legislation – Police (Detention and Bail) Bill – Third reading (Bill read a third time and passed)

Motion – Committee on Members’ Allowances – Mr David Heath (Agreed)

Adjournment – Internet crime and the case of Ian Puddick – Mr David Burrowes

The House rose at 4.51pm

Friday 8 July

The House will not be sitting


Written Ministerial Statements
 

4 – 8 July 2011

04.07.11

Extraordinary EU Competitiveness Council (27 June 2011) – Mr Edward Davey

04.07.11

Exotic Notifiable Diseases of Animals – Mr James Paice

04.07.11

Consular Evacuation Procedures – Mr William Hague

04.07.11

Commission on the Funding of Care and Support – Mr Andrew Lansley

04.07.11

Independent International Commission on Decommissioning (Final Report) – Mr Owen Paterson

04.07.11

Independent Monitoring Commission (Final Report) – Mr Owen Paterson

04.07.11

The Work Programme – Chris Grayling

05.07.11

Insolvency Service – Mr Edward Davey

05.07.11

ECOFIN – Mr George Osborne

05.07.11

Tax Policy – Justine Greening

05.07.11

Fire and Rescue Control Services (England) – Robert Neill

05.07.11

Homes and Communities Agency Regulation Committee – Grant Shapps

05.07.11

Animal Health Executive Agency – Mr James Paice

05.07.11

Environment Council – Mrs Caroline Spelman

05.07.11

Single Payment Scheme – Mr James Paice

05.07.11

Interpretation and Translation Services – Mr Crispin Blunt

05.07.11

Airport Co-ordination (London Olympics) – Mr Philip Hammond

05.07.11

Local Sustainable Transport Fund – Norman Baker

06.07.11

Regional Development Agencies (Transfer of Land and Property Assets) – Mr Mark Prisk

06.07.11

Planned Tax Consultations – Mr David Gauke

06.07.11

People, Pay and Pensions Agency – Mr Andrew Robathan

06.07.11

Early Years Foundation Stage – Sarah Teather

06.07.11

Horn of Africa – Mr Andrew Mitchell

06.07.11

Detainee Inquiry – Mr Kenneth Clarke

07.07.11

Local Enterprise Partnerships – Mr Mark Prisk

07.07.11

Social Housing Regulator – Grant Shapps

07.07.11

Community Budgets – Robert Neill

07.07.11

Croatian EU Accession – Mr William Hague

07.07.11

G6 Meeting (Madrid, 30 June 2011) – Mrs Theresa May

07.07.11

Annual Report and Accounts 2010-11 – Mr Andrew Mitchell

07.07.11

City of Liverpool Cruise Terminal – Mike Penning

07.07.11

Support for Very Long-term Claimants – Chris Grayling

Prepared 8th July 2011