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Thursday 23 February 2017

  • House of Commons
  • House of Lords
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9:30am
Oral questions
Transport, including Topical Questions
Business Statement
Leader of the House
Opposition Day Debate
Armed Forces and investigation and prosecution of historical cases (Democratic Unionist Party)
Backbench Business
Unaccompanied children in Greece and Italy
Adjournment
High Speed 2 spur line in Newton
1:30pm
Westminster Hall debate
Publicly accessible amenities for disabled people
3:00pm
Westminster Hall debate
Second Report from the Transport Committee on road traffic law enforcement
No business announced for today
No business announced for today
No business announced for today
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11:00am
Royal Assent
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Oral questions
Promotion of charities providing education on helping the seriously injured in the event of a terrorist attack
Oral questions
Reducing smoking prevalence by publishing the latest Tobacco Control Plan for England
Oral questions
Ensuring that HS2 will maximise links between cities in the north of England and with Scotland
Oral questions
Consideration for a review into how the criteria for elite level sport funding are set
Private Notice Question
Famine in South Sudan
Legislation
Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill - 3rd reading - Lord O’Shaughnessy
Legislation
Neighbourhood Planning Bill - Report stage (day 1)
7:00pm
Estimated rising time
No business announced for today
10:00am
EU External Affairs Sub-Committee - Private Meeting
Location: Room 1, Palace of Westminster
10:00am
EU Internal Market Sub-Committee - Private Meeting
Location: Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
11:00am
EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee - Private Meeting
Location: Room 3, Palace of Westminster
11:30am
Economic Affairs Committee - Oral Evidence Session
Brexit and the Labour Market
(at 11:35 am)
The Lord Green of Deddington, Chairman, Migration Watch UK
Mr Stephen Clarke, Research & Policy Analyst, Resolution Foundation
Mr. Philippe Legrain, Visiting Senior Fellow, European Institute, London School of Economics
Location: Room 2, Palace of Westminster
No business announced for today

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