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Chancellor of the Exchequer will deliver his Summer Budget statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday 8 July
MPs debate tax credits and support for working families in the House of Commons on Tuesday
The Communications Committee starts its new inquiry into the BBC, when it will question leading industry experts at 3.30pm today
Professor Dame Ann Dowling gave evidence on her review into how businesses can best connect with university research
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Committee on the Equality Act 2010 and Disability takes evidence on 7 July at 3.30pm
Lords begin investigation into the BBC Charter Renewal
Communications Committee meeting on Tuesday 7 July 2015
Emergency debate: means of delivery of English Votes on English Laws
MPs to take part in emergency debate on Tuesday 7 July
Financial Secretary to Treasury questioned on 2016 EU Budget
Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on 7 July at 10.45am
Health, including Topical Questions
Football Governance (Supporters' Participation)
That this House has considered the means by which the Government seeks to deliver the objectives outlined by the Leader of the House in his Statement on English Votes on English Laws
Tax credits and support for working families (5th allotted day)
Provision for disabled students at the University of Cambridge
Coastal flood risk
Transportation of nuclear warheads
20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide
M4 link to the Avon ring road
Reform of Jobcentre Plus
Education and Adoption Bill
High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill - HS2 Euston Action Group
Reducing overcrowding on regional passenger trains
How much revenue capital gains tax will contribute to the public purse in this financial year
Experience of those claiming Universal Credit
Lancashire County Council's rejection of a fracking application and the impact of hydraulic fracturing in the UK
Constitution Committee report on office of the Lord Chancellor
European Union Committee report on post-crisis EU regulatory framework
No business announced for today
Oral Evidence Session - (at 10:40am) Evidence will be heard on the subject of “The Dowling Review” from Professor Dame Ann Dowling, DBE, FRS, FREng, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Dr. Hayaatun Sillem, Director of Programmes and Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Oral Evidence Session - (at 10:45am) Evidence will be heard from David Gauke MP (Financial Secretary to HM Treasury).
Oral Evidence Session - (at 3:30pm) Evidence will be heard from Charles M Ramsden, Deputy Director, Equality Framework and Tracey Kerr, Head of Legal Advisers from the Government Equalities Office and from Pat Russell, Head of the Office for Disability Issues, Department of Work and Pensions.
Oral Evidence Session - (at 3:30pm) Evidence will be heard from Claire Enders, Chief Executive, Enders Analysis; and Steve Hewlett, broadcaster and at 4:30pm Professor Des Freedman, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, Goldsmiths University of London; and Dr. Damian Tambini, Senior Lecturer, London School of Economics.
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