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Commons news

Urgent question on pairing arrangements: 23 July 2018

Liberal Democrat Chief Whip, Alistair Carmichael is to ask an urgent question in the Commons at 4.15pm

What's on

Monday 23 July 2018

House of Commons

Main Chamber

Time Business
2:30pm
Oral questions

Housing, Communities and Local Government (including Topical Questions)

Urgent question

Govt policy on rendition of UK citizens

Urgent question

Pairing arrangements

General debate

Strengthening the Union

Adjournment

Societal effect of the drug Mamba

Westminster Hall

No business announced for today

General Committee

No business announced for today

Select Committee

Time Business Venue
4:15pm
Oral Evidence Session
Brexit and local government

Councillor Paul Carter, Leader, Kent County Council
Councillor Mark Crane, Board Member, District Councils Network
Councillor Keith Stevens, Vice-Chair, National Association of Local Councils
Councillor Ian Stewart, Deputy Leader, Cumbria County Council

The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

House of Lords

Main Chamber

Time Business
2:30pm
Oral questions

Preventing the use of performance-enhancing drugs in junior and amateur sport

Oral questions

Human rights abuses in Jammu and Kashmir

Oral questions

Enabling citizens to enter into a same-sex marriage in British Overseas Territories

Oral questions

Amending the Apprenticeship Levy to take account of the concerns of the creative industries

Debate

Preparations and negotiations connected to the UK’s exit from the EU

Grand Committee

No business announced for today

Select Committee

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