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20-24 September: Coming up in the Commons

The Week Ahead

The House will be sitting on Monday from 2.30pm and the main business will be the consideration of a Business of the House motion, followed by all stages of the Social Security (Uprating of Benefits Bill), followed by a motion to approve an instruction relating to the Elections Bill

Tuesday's main business will be an opposition day debate. 

On Wednesday, Prime Minister's Questions will take place as usual. This will be followed by the remaining stages of the Compensation (London Capital & Finance PLC and Fraud Compensation Fund) Bill and the second reading of the Subsidy Control Bill. There will also be a motion to appoint an external member of the Parliamentary Works Sponsor Body. 

Thursday’s main business will be two debates determined by the Backbench Business Committee:

  • General debate on Baby Loss Awareness Week
  • Debate on a motion on Human Rights in Kashmir

At the conclusion of business on Thursday, the House will rise for Conference Recess.

Monday 20 September

Main Business

  • All stages of the Social Security (Uprating of Benefits Bill) (see library briefing)
  • Motion to approve an instruction relating to the Elections Bill 

14.30  - Questions to the Secretary of State for Defence. For a complete list of questions see the Order of Business on the day or Question Book in advance.

Next - (or following any Urgent Questions and/or Ministerial Statements) Main Business

22.00 – Adjournment Debate – Tram safety - Sarah Jones (Lab, Croydon Central x2963)

Westminster Hall Debates

  • 14.30 - That this House has considered e-petition 300105, relating to ethnicity pay gap reporting: Elliot Colburn, on behalf of the Petitions Committee
  • 18.00 - That this House has considered e-petitions 575801 and 577842, relating to covid-19 vaccination: Elliot Colburn, on behalf of the Petitions Committee

Tuesday 21 September

Main Business

  • Opposition day debate

11.30 - Questions to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy - For a complete list of questions see the Order of Business on the day or Question Book in advance.

Followed byTen Minute Rule Motion - Unauthorised Development (Offences) - Gareth Bacon (Con, Orpington x6806)

12.30 - (or following any Urgent Questions and/or Ministerial Statements) - Main Business

19.00
 – Adjournment Debate – Response to the findings of the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board Review into Cawston Park Hospital - Jerome Mayhew (Con, Broadland x3000)

Westminster Hall Debates

  • 09.25 - That this House has considered the vaccination of children against covid-19 - Miriam Cates (Con, Penistone and Stocksbridge x3000)
  • 11.00 - That this House has considered Project Gigabit and community-led internet service providers - Tim Farron (LD, Westmorland and Lonsdale x8498)
  • 14.30 - That this House has considered decarbonising aviation - Fleur Anderson (Lab, Putney x3000)
  • 16.00 - That this House has considered school building conditions - Andrew Gwynne (Lab, Denton and Reddish x4708)
  • 16.30 - That this House has considered LGBTQ+ Afghan refugees - Kate Osborne (Lab, Jarrow x1509)

Wednesday 22 September

Main Business

  • Prime Minister's Questions 
  • Remaining stages of the Compensation (London Capital & Finance PLC and Fraud Compensation Fund) Bill (see library briefing)
  • Second reading of the Subsidy Control Bill.
  • Motion to appoint an external member of the Parliamentary Works Sponsor Body 

11.30 - Questions to the Minister for Women and Equalities - For a complete list of questions see the Order of Business on the day or Question Book in advance.

12.00 - Questions to the Prime Minister

Followed byTen Minute Rule Motion - Hen Caging (Prohibition) - Henry Smith (Con, Crawley x7043)

12.30 - (or following any Urgent Questions and/or Ministerial Statements) - Main Business

19.00
 – Adjournment Debate – Government support for Keyham in response to the shootings on 12 August 2021 - Luke Pollard (Lab, Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport x2749)

Westminster Hall Debates

  • 9.30 - That this House has considered the contribution of the cruise industry to the economy - Royston Smith (Con, Southampton Itchen x5226)
  • 11.00 - That this House has considered the economic benefits of Eden North for Lancashire - David Morris (Con, Morecambe and Lunesdale x7234)
  • 14.30 - That this House has considered the future of the National Health Service - Richard Burgon (Lab, Leeds East x5980)
  • 16.00 - That this House has considered the licensing of master locksmiths - Mark Pawsey (Con, Rugby x7136)
  • 16.30 - That this House has considered the effect of recent court judgments on the cost of motor insurance - Theresa Villiers (Con, Chipping Barnet x3000)

Thursday 23 September

Main Business

  • General debate on Baby Loss Awareness Week
  • Debate on a Motion on Human Rights in Kashmir

09.30 - Questions to the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office - For a complete list of questions see the Order of Business on the day or Question Book in advance.


10.30 (or following any Urgent Questions) - Business Statement (Delivered by the Leader of the House)


Next (or following any Ministerial Statements) - Main Business

17.00 - Adjournment Debate – Contribution of horse racing to the economy - Matt Hancock (Con, West Suffolk x7186) 

Westminster Hall Debates

13:30 - That this House has considered violence against Christians in central African countries - Jim Shannon, Fiona Bruce, Chris Green and Jeffery Donaldson