Commons Business Briefings for 20 to 24 November 2017

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

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 – 20 November 2017

Motion: To approve a Ways and Means Resolution relating to the Taxation (Cross-Border) Trade Bill

Westminster Hall – 20 November 2017

E-petition 170931 and 200239 relating to the TV licence fee

Commons Chamber - 21 November 2017

Continuation of consideration in Committee of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - day 3

Westminster Hall – 21 November 2017

UK amphibious capability in the 21st century

Future of medicines regulation

State pension age

Commons Chamber – 22 November 2017

Budget Statement

Westminster Hall – 22 November 2017

Roll-out of broadband to rural communities in Scotland

Human and financial costs of drug addiction

Public country-by-country reporting

Commons Chamber – 23 November 2017

Continuation of the Budget Debate

Westminster Hall – 23 November 2017

Anti-bullying week

100th anniversary of the Air Force (Constitution) Act 1917

Commons Chamber – 24 November 2017

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

Westminster Hall – 24 November 2017

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

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