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MPs debate the importance of the arts
Secretary of State for Health made statement to Commons
Ballot Bills presented in the House of Commons
The Scottish Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into The referendum on Separation for Scotland
Culture, Media & Sport, including Topical Questions; Women & Equalities
Leader of the House
(i) Carers (ii) East Coast Mainline Franchise
Purchase of residential property in the UK by foreign owners
(i) Interpreting and translation services and the Applied Language Solutions contract, Sixth Report of the Justice Committee, HC 645, Session 2012-13, and the Government response, Cm 8600 (ii) UK contributions to the nuclear non-proliferation Treaty
to consider the Bill
Role and powers of the Prime Minister: fixed-term Parliaments - Rt Hon Peter Riddell CBE, Director, Institute for Government; Miss Chloe Smith MP, Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform, Cabinet Office
'Deeds or Words?' by the End Violence Against Women coalition
Action with other EU member states to tackle youth unemployment
Political situation in Turkey
Implications of British Army redundancies on the UK’s defence capabilities
University College Hospitals Morecambe Bay
Level of education support and mental health provision available to children who are severely bullied at school
Report of the Commission on a British Bill of Rights
Draft National Health Service (Direct Payments) (Repeal of Pilot Schemes Limitation) Order 2013
Justice and Security (Northern Ireland) Act 2007 (Code of Practice) Order 2013
Alternatives to the payday lending industry
Support for the contribution of the financial services sector to the economy
Commemoration of WW1 and the contribution of people from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean
- at 10.05am evidence will be heard from Lynne Featherstone MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for International Development
Subject:EU Development Assistance for Drinking-Water Supply and Basic Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Countries.
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