House of Commons

What's on

Wednesday 23 July 2014

House of Commons

House of Lords

Main Chamber

Time Business
Legislation - Lord Faulks

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill - Committee of the whole House (Day 3) - Lord Faulks

3:00pm Oral Questions - Lord Lexden

Abuse of the human rights of LGBT people in Uganda

Oral Questions - Lord Haskel

Raising the UK's productivity

Oral Questions - Lord Whitby

Increasing trade with China

Oral Questions - Lord Kennedy of Southwark

Ensuring people receive sound advice when seeking to access their pension funds

Short Debate - Lord Boswell of Aynho / Lord Newby

EU Committee report on the Euro area crisis

Grand Committee

Time Business
3:45pm Short Debate - Baroness Wheeler / Earl Howe

Supporting children and young people who have had a stroke

Short Debate - Lord Alton of Liverpool / Baroness Warsi

Work of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Short Debate - Lord Harrison / Baroness Stowell of Beeston

Helping local markets throughout the UK prosper and expand the national economy

Short Debate - Baroness Sharp of Guildford / Lord Nash

Improving the quality of careers guidance in schools

Short Debate - Baroness Gardner of Parkes / Earl Howe

Increasing awareness of the medical need for periodontal checks following the fitting of dental implants

Select Committee

Time Business
10:00am - Room 2, Palace of Westminster Extradition Law

Extradition Law - (at 10.10am) evidence will be heard from Roger Burlingame, formerly a US prosecutor and now based in London; and Isabella Sankey, Policy Director, Liberty; and (at approximately 11.30am) from Amy Jeffress, Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP (via videoconference from Washington DC).

10:15am - Room 1, Palace of Westminster Constitution

The Office of Lord Chancellor - (at 10.30am) evidence will be heard from Lord Mackay of Clashfern, former Lord Chancellor 1987-97; and Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, Master of the Rolls 2000-05, Lord Chief Justice 2005-08, Senior Law Lord then President of the Supreme Court 2008-12.

10:30am - Room 4, Palace of Westminster Agriculture, Fisheries, Environment and Energy (EU Sub-Committee D)

Private meeting

10:30am - Room 3, Palace of Westminster Home Affairs, Health and Education (EU Sub-Committee F)

Private meeting

10:30am - Room 4A, Palace of Westminster Affordable Childcare

Affordable Childcare - (at 10.40am) evidence will be heard from Dalia Ben-Galim, Associate Director for Families and Work, Institute for Public Policy Research; and Adam Memon, Head of Economic Research, Centre for Policy Studies.

4:00pm - Room 1, Palace of Westminster Justice, Institutions and Consumer Protection (EU Sub-Committee E)

Private meeting

4:15pm - Room 3A, Palace of Westminster Information