Commons Business Briefings for 13 to 17 July 2020

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 - Monday 13 July 2020

Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Bill: proceedings (all stages)

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Stamp Duty Land Tax (Temporary Relief) Bill: All stages

Westminster Hall - Monday 13 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

Commons Chamber - Tuesday 14 July 2020

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill: Remaining stages

Funding for the removal of flammable cladding

Westminster Hall - Tuesday 14 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

Commons Chamber - Wednesday 15 July 2020

Opposition day in the ​name of the Scottish National Party: Subject to be announced

Westminster Hall - Wednesday 15 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

Commons Chamber - Thursday 16 July 2020

Non-Domestic Rating (Public Lavatories) Bill: Second Reading

General Debate: Restoration and Renewal

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Westminster Hall - Thursday 16 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

Commons Chamber - Friday 17 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

Westminster Hall - Friday 17 July 2020

No business has been scheduled for this day

 

 

 

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