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Prime Minister made statement to MPs
MPs debate hospital car parking charges
Backbench Business debate takes place in Commons Chamber on 1 September
MPs debate mitochondrial replacement techniques
Statement to the House from the Speaker: 1 September 2014
Speaker of the House of Commons made statement to MPs
Work and Pensions, including Topical Questions
The EU Council, Security & the Middle East
(i) Hospital car parking charges (ii) Mitochondrial replacement techniques and public safety (iii) Position of Hazaras in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Clinical technology appraisals by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
No business announced for today
Draft Copyright and Rights in Performances (Extended Collective Licensing) Regulations 2014
High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill - Quintain City Park Gate Birmingham Ltd and Curzon Park Ltd
Out-of-hours GP services in England - Una O'Brien CB, Permanent Secretary, Department of Health, Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England, Dame Barbara Hakin, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, NHS England and Professor Keith Willett, Director of Acute Care, NHS England
Investing in the railway - David Brown, Director General, Merseytravel, representing Rail North, Dr Jon Lamonte, Chief Executive, Transport for Greater Manchester, representing One North, Dr Ian Kelly, CEO Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce, Cllr Chris Shaw, Leader, North East Lincolnshire Council and Cllr Liz Redfern, Leader, North Lincolnshire Council
High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill - The Gooch Estate
Digital Skills - (at 2.15pm) evidence will be heard from Marcus Mason, Policy Manager, Employment and Skills, British Chambers of Commerce; Angela Morrison, Chief Information Officer, Direct Line Group; and Paul Willmott, Director, McKinsey&Company and (at approximately 3.15pm) from Sean Williams, Group Director Strategy, Policy and Portfolio, BT; and Virgin Media.
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