Commons Business Briefings for 18 to 22 February 2019

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 18 February 2019

General debate: Serious Violence

Westminster Hall - Monday 18 February 2019

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

Commons Chamber - Tuesday 19 February 2019

General debate: NHS Ten Year Plan

Westminster Hall - Tuesday 19 February 2019

Costs and benefits of free childcare

Funding of Merseyside Police

Transport for towns

No parliamentary briefing papers are currently available

Commons Chamber - Wednesday 20 February 2019

General debate: Anti-Semitism in Modern Society

Westminster Hall - Wednesday 20 February 2019

Effect of reductions in funding to police, fire and rescue services

UK deep sea mining industry

Recall of women to prisons

Small modular reactors

Commons Chamber - Thursday 21 February 2019

General debate: Potential Future Free Trade Agreements - Australia, New Zealand, US & Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

Westminster Hall - Thursday 21 February 2019

Greater Manchester Spatial Framework

Banning the consumption of dog meat in the UK

Commons Chamber - Friday 22 February 2019

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

Westminster Hall - Friday 22 February 2019

No business has yet been scheduled for this day

 

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