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Lords debates Investigatory Powers Bill

Main debate on purpose and key areas

Monday 27 June 2016

  • House of Commons
  • House of Lords
Oral questions
Defence, including Topical Questions
Finance Bill - Ways and Means resolution
Finance Bill - Ways and Means resolution
Finance Bill - Committee stage (day 1) - Committee of the whole House
Student loan repayments
No business announced for today
First Delegated Legislation Committee
Draft Electricity Capacity (Amendment) Regulations 2016
Location: Room 9, Palace of Westminster
Communities and Local Government - Oral Evidence Session
Local Authority Commissioners
Councillor Chris Read, Leader, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Mary Ney, Supporting Commissioner, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
John Biggs, Mayor, London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Sir Ken Knight, Lead Commissioner, London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Location: The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Public Accounts - Oral Evidence Session
Shared services centres
John Manzoni, Permanent Secretary Cabinet Office and Chief Executive Civil Service
Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary, Department for Transport
Debra Maxwell, Chief Executive Officer, CRM and Public Sector, UK and Ireland avarto
John Neilson, Chief Executive Officer, Shared Services Connected Ltd.
Location: Room 15, Palace of Westminster
No business announced for today
Oral questions
Countering anti-Semitism on university campuses
Oral questions
Clearer use of language to combat the threat of terrorism
Oral questions
Improving air quality in Britain
Oral questions
Funds for women's rights organisations during humanitarian emergencies
Investigatory Powers Bill - 2nd reading
Children and Social Work Bill [HL] - Committee stage (day 1) - Grand Committee
High Speed Rail (London - West Midlands) Bill (Lords) - Oral Evidence Session
High Speed Rail (London - West Midlands) Bill
(at 2:00 pm)
Ms Ann Mayling, Iver Health Residents Association
Mrs Susan Hewitt
Mr Stephen Hewitt
Mrs Sheila Bulpett
Mr Roger Bulpett
Mr Andrew Band
Mr Norman Nicholson
Mrs Sally Nicholson
Ms Caroline Perkins
Mr Graham Young, Richings Park Residents' Association
Mr John McKeon
Ms Doreen McIntyre
Ms Vanessa Martin
Mr Peter Martin
Mr Peter Martin, Grimms Dyke (Liberty) Estates Ltd
Mr Malcolm Hafner
Ms Hilary Wharf, Sibleys Rise Residents' Group
Ms Claire Fallowfield
Location: Room 4, Palace of Westminster
No business announced for today

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