Commons Business Briefings for 3 to 7 June 2019

This page offers links to documents and reports that relate to the Future Business being conducted in the House of Commons Chamber and in Westminster Hall.

The page will include relevant Commons Library briefings, Committee reports, POST notes as well as documents produced by government departments or other agencies.

Commons Chamber - Monday 3 June 2019

The House will be in recess and will not be sitting

Westminster Hall - Monday 3 June 2019

The House will be in recess and will not be sitting

Commons Chamber - Tuesday 4 June 2019

Wild Animals in Circuses (No. 2) Bill: remaining stages

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Debate on a Motion on The Mineworkers' Pension Scheme

Westminster Hall - Tuesday 4 June 2019

Telephone and online scams

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Trade union access to workplaces

Education funding

Commons Chamber - Wednesday 5 June 2019

General Debate on Invisible Disabilities and Accessibility Change

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Westminster Hall - Wednesday 5 June 2019

Industrial strategy in the North East of England

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Universal credit and debt

Rising crime and antisocial behaviour in smaller towns and communities

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Commons Chamber - Thursday 6 June 2019

General Debate on the Response to the Grenfell Tower Fire

Debate on a Motion on Mortgage Prisoners and Vulture Funds

Westminster Hall - Thursday 6 June 2019

Twenty-ninth Report of the Treasury Committee, Consumers' access to financial services, HC 1642

Local bus drivers' working hours

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Commons Chamber - Friday 7 June 2019

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

Westminster Hall - Friday 7 June 2019

 No business has yet been scheduled for this day

 

 

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