House of Commons rises for Conference Recess
23 September 2022
The House of Commons adjourned on Friday 23 September for recess and will next sit on Tuesday 11 October.
Coming up after recess: 11-14 October
Tuesday 11 October
- Consideration of an allocation of time motion.
- All stages of the Health and Social Care Levy (Repeal) Bill.
Wednesday 12 October
- Second reading of the Identity and Language (Northern Ireland) Bill [Lords].
- Motion relating to the procedure Committee’s recommendations relating to proxy. voting
Thursday 13 October
- Second reading of the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill.
Friday 14 October
The House will not be sitting.
All business is subject to change. More information about forthcoming Business in the House of Commons can be found in the Parliamentary Calendar.
What is recess?
A recess is a break during the parliamentary session (year) in which neither the House of Commons or the House of Lords meets to conduct business.
During periods called recesses, MPs and Members of the House of Lords can carry out their other duties.
The exact pattern of recesses can change and is usually slightly different for the two Houses of Parliament.