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Piecemeal approach to devolution has placed the Union under threat

Constitution Committee publishes report on the Union and devolution

Wednesday 25 May 2016

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11:30am
Oral questions
Wales
12:00pm
Prime Minister's Question Time
Debate on the Address
Education skills and training
Adjournment
Centenary of the Battle of Jutland
Business
There will be no Westminster Hall debates in the new Session of Parliament until the debate on the Queen's Speech has concluded.
No business announced for today
9:00am
Business, Innovation and Skills - Oral Evidence Session
BHS
Chris Martin, Chair, BHS Pension Fund Trustees
Mike Lymath, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Phil Kitchen, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Jason Hyde, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Margaret Downes, former Chair, BHS Pension Fund Trustees
Siobhan Forey, former BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Richard de Dombal, former BHS Pension Fund Trustee
David Roberts, Partner, Olswang
Andrew Frangos, Chief Executive, Cornhill Capital
Mark Byers, Head of Advisory, Grant Thornton UK
9:00am
Work and Pensions - Oral Evidence Session
BHS
Chris Martin, Chair, BHS Pension Fund Trustees
Mike Lymath, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Phil Kitchen, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Jason Hyde, BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Margaret Downes, former Chair, BHS Pension Fund former Trustees
Siobhan Forey, former BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Richard de Dombal, former BHS Pension Fund Trustee
Stephen Hermer, Partner, Olswang
Andrew Frangos, Chief Executive, Cornhill Capital
Mark Byers, Head of Advisory, Grant Thornton
Location: The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
9:30am
Energy and Climate Change - Oral Evidence Session
EU referendum: Energy and climate change implications
Antony Froggatt, Senior Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources, Chatham House,
Michael Grubb, Professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy, University College London
Tony Lodge, Political and Energy Analyst, Centre for Policy Studies
Location: The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
10:30am
Education - Oral Evidence Session
The Children's Commissioner for England
Edward Timpson MP, Minister for Children and Families, Department for Education
Location: Room 6, Palace of Westminster
1:00pm
Public Accounts - Oral Evidence Session
BBC's critical projects
Lord Hall, Director General, BBC
Nicholas Prettejohn, Trustee and Chair of the BBC Trust Value for Money Committee, BBC Trust
Anne Bulford, Managing Director, Finance and Operations, BBC
2:15pm
Scottish Affairs - Oral Evidence Session
The EU Referendum and its impact on Scotland
John Edward, Senior Campaign Spokesperson, Scotland Stronger in Europe
Tom Harris, Director, Scottish Vote Leave
Rt Hon David Lidington MP, Minister for Europe
Rt Hon David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, UK Government
Location: The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
2:15pm
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - Oral Evidence Session
Future Flood Prevention
Philip Barnes, Director for Land and Planning, Barratt Developments Plc
James Harris, Policy and Networks Manager, Royal Town Planning Institute
Steve Wielebski, Chairman, Home Builders Federation
Location: Room 6, Palace of Westminster
3:15pm
Culture, Media and Sport - Oral Evidence Session
Accessibility of Sports Stadia
Justin Tomlinson MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Disabled People, Department for Work and Pensions
Nick Pontefract, Head of Sports, Department for Culture, Media and Sports
Location: The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
No business announced for today
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3:00pm
Oral questions
UK’s deficit on the balance of payments in overseas trade
Oral questions
National Health Service bursaries
Oral questions
Publishing statistics on detention of pregnant women under the Immigration Act 2014
Oral questions
Current government policy regarding Turkey joining the EU
Debate on the Address
Economic affairs, energy, environment, local government and transport
No business announced for today
10:00am
EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee - Private Meeting
Location: Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
10:00am
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee - Private Meeting
Location: Room 3, Palace of Westminster
No business announced for today

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