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The Treasury Committee takes evidence from the Rt Hon George Osborne MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the 2014 Autumn Statement.
Statement on the Al-Sweady Inquiry: 17 December 2014
Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, made statement in Commons
MPs to debate housing benefit and food banks
Subjects for debate chosen by the Opposition
Future Force 2020: Secretary of State questioned
Defence Committee hold evidence session at 2.30pm, Wednesday 17 December 2014 on Future Force 2020
Energy and Climate Change, including Topical Questions
Leader of the House
Select Committee Statement on the publication of the Fourth Report from the Communities and Local Government Committee, Operation of the National Planning Policy Framework (HC 190 2014-15)
Matters to be raised before the forthcoming adjournment
Jobseeker’s allowance sanctions
(i) Business investment in outer city estates (ii) Future of Carnforth Station
to consider the Bill
The UK's relations with Hong Kong: 30 years after the Joint Declaration - Avery Ng, Vice Chairman, League of Social Democrates party, Legislative Council, Hong Kong
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