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Tuesday, 6 February, 2001, 09:58 GMT
6 February
Commons Questions
Health, 14:30-15:30

Business

  • 15:30-15:40 Ten Minute Rule Motion: Mr Michael Fabricant: Analysis of Costs and Benefits (European Union): That leave be given to bring in a Bill to establish a Parliamentary Commission to investigate and report regularly to Parliament at intervals to be determined by Parliament, on the costs and the benefits of the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union.
  • Second Reading of the House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification) Bill.
  • Motion on the Draft Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (Disapplication of Part IV for Northern Ireland Parties) Order 2001.
  • Adjournment debate: At the end of the sitting: Caroline Flint: School Bus Services.

    Westminster Hall

  • 09:30-10:30 Mr David Drew: Future of hospices.
  • 10:30-11:30 Mr Robert Syms: NHS staff cost of living supplements.
  • 11:30-12:30 Mr Jeremy Corbyn: UK's relations with Chile.
  • 12:30-13:00 Mr Richard Spring: Policing in East Anglia.
  • 13.00-13:30 Mrs Linda Gilroy: Economic regeneration for Plymouth.
  • 13:30-14:00 Mr Elfyn Llwyd: Mine workers' compensation scheme

    Lords
    Starred Questions

  • The Baroness Byford-To ask Her Majesty's Government what practical help other than financial or grant-aided assistance they are offering to the agricultural sector.
  • The Lord Jenkins of Putney-To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they now condemn the bombing of non-combatants in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by nuclear weapons in 1945.
  • The Lord Blaker-To ask Her Majesty's Government what is their policy towards Iraq in the light of the reports that it has resumed production of nuclear weapons.
  • The Lord Bradshaw-To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the performance penalty régime proposed when the National Air Traffic Control Service becomes a Public Private Partnership is consistent with the undertakings given to the House that safety would be of paramount importance in the new arrangements.

    Business

  • Social Security Fraud Bill - Committee (2nd Day)

  • Unstarred Question
    The Lord Phillips of Sudbury-To ask Her Majesty's Government what dangers they see in the widening differentials in earnings, and what steps they propose to take to address them.
  • Special Educational Needs and Disability Bill -Further consideration in Grand Committee

    Select Committees

  • Welsh Affairs, 10:30, Committee Room 15, Subject: Wales in the World Witnesses: Tbc.
  • Home Affairs, 10:30, Grimond Room, Subject: Criminal Records Bureau. Witnesses: National Childminding Association, National Association of Volunteer Bureaux and National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
  • Treasury, 10:45, Committee Room 8, Subject: Bank of England. Witnesses: Sir Alan Budd, Mr John Flemming, Mr Ray Barrell and Prof. Willem Buiter.
  • Environment sub-committee, 10:00, Subject: Draft Water Bill. Witnesses: Water UK, Environment Agency, National Farmers Union, John Place, English Nature.
  • Employment sub-committee, 16:00, Grimond Room. Subject: New Deal: An Evaluation. Witnesses: Tessa Jowell, Leigh Lewis.
  • Culture, Media and Sport, Committee Room 15, Subject: Operation of the National Lottery. Witnesses: Andrew Smith MP, Chris Smith MP.

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