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Monday, 24 January, 2000, 10:48 GMT
25 January

House of Commons

Questions: Scotland, Advocate General, Lord Chancellor's Department, President of Council

Business:

Electronic Communications Bill

Disqualifications Bill

Adjournment Debate:

Her Majesty's Treasury's policy on applications for European Union support for Agriculture in Scotland - Archy Kirkwood

Westminster Hall:

Asylum seekers from Europe - Christopher Gill

Safety in recreational football - Bob Blizzard

Rural Magistrates Court closures - Richard Spring

Safety of toys and small objects in confectionery - David Drew

House of Lords

Starred Questions:

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they will consider appointing a Royal Commission on the Police - The Lord McNally.

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they are satisfied with the adequacy of information on reading ability provided by the tests at Key Stage II - The Lord Quirk.

To ask Her Majesty's Government to review the penalty fares systems currently in use on the railways - The Baroness Thomas of Walliswood.

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they are satisfied with the response of companies in implementing the recommendations of the Combined Code issued by the Department of Trade and Industry in July 1999 requiring shareholder involvement in the determination of executive directors' remuneration - The Lord Smith of Clifton.

Business:

Local Government Bill

Unstarred Question:

What plans does the government have to improve and increase the control and regulation of betting on horse racing in order to combat any increase in criminal activity.

Select Committees:

Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs (Environment sub): Audit Commission

Trade and Industry: Work of the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets

Home Affairs: The double jeopardy rule

Non-parliamentary

Hague: William Hague addresses the Conservative Christian Fellowship at the launch of their report on "compassionate communities".

Inflation: The latest inflation figures are released.

NEC: Labour's National Executive Committee meets.

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