Monday 28 November 2005

House of Commons

Questions to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
 
Second Reading of the Childcare Bill

Adjournment: James Brokenshire: NHS services in the London Borough of Havering

House of Lords

Commons Bill [HL]: Report

Compensation Bill [HL]: Second Reading

European Court of Human Rights (Immunities and Privileges) (Amendment) Order 2005: Consideration in Grand Committee

European Forest Institute (Legal Capacities) Order 2005: Consideration in Grand Committee

Tuesday 29 November 2005

House of Commons

Questions to the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

Ten minute Rule Motion: Mr Stephen Williams: Representation of the People (Reduction of Voting Age): That leave be given to bring in a Bill to reduce the voting age for parliamentary, local government and European parliamentary elections to 16

Second Reading of the Health Bill

Adjournment: David Taylor: Future of the Miners Rescue Service

Westminster Hall

Frank Cook on police service restructuring

Mrs Nadine Dorries on special educational needs

Ann McKechin on effect of the Midspan project on Government health policy

Mark Durkan on civil service employment and procurement in Northern Ireland

John Robertson on Government policy on cash machines

House of Lords

Road Safety Bill [HL]: Further consideration on Report

Children and Adoption Bill [HL]: Third Reading

Wednesday 30 November 2005

House of Commons

Questions to the Secretary of State for Wales and to the Prime Minister

Ten minute Rule Motion: David Heyes: Abandoned Inland Waterways (Protection): That leave be given to bring in a Bill to make provision about the protection of abandoned inland waterways; and for connected purposes
 
Remaining stages of the Terrorism (Northern Ireland) Bill
 
Adjournment: Mark Williams: Television reception in Wales

Westminster Hall

Paul Rowen on light rail

Mr Graham Brady on future of Altrincham Hospital

Meg Hillier on 2012 Olympics and the next steps for London

Rosie Cooper on reconfiguration of health services in the Cheshire and Mersey Strategic Health Authority

Mr Philip Hollobone on policing in Northamptonshire

House of Lords

Commons Bill [HL]: Report Stage

Motion to approve the draft Civil Partnership (Judicial Pensions and Church Pensions, etc.) Order 2005, the draft Civil Partnership (Jurisdiction and Recognition of Judgments) Regulations 2005, the draft Civil Partnership (Family Proceedings and Housing Consequential Amendments) Order 2005, and the draft Civil Partnership (House of Commons Members’ Fund) Order 2005

Thursday 1 December 2005

House of Commons

Questions to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry and to the Minister for Women and Equality
 
Debate on policing in England and Wales: Redrawing the Landscape on a Motion for the adjournment of the House
 
Adjournment: Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods: Provision of NHS dentistry in Durham

Westminster Hall

Debate on the report from the Scottish Affairs committee: Meeting Scotland’s future energy needs and the Government response

House of Lords

Debate to call attention to the prospects of achieving a fair and positive outcome in the forthcoming World Trade Organisation round in Hong Kong

Debate to call attention to the Government’s policies on social inclusion

Motion to approve the draft Industrial and Provident Societies (Northern Ireland) Order 2005

Friday 2 December 2005

House of Commons

Private Members' Bills:
 
Criminal Law (Amendment) (Protection of Property) Bill: Second Reading.
 
Crime Prevention and the Built Environment: Second Reading.
 
Regulation of Laser Eye Surgery Bill: Second Reading.

Licensing Act 2003 (Amendment) Bill: Second Reading.

Family Law (Property and Maintenance) Bill: Second Reading.
 
Pardon for Soldiers of the Great War: Second Reading.

Registration of Service Bill: Second Reading

Adjournment: Mr Peter Bone: Secondary school provision in Wellingborough

House of Lords

The House is not sitting

BILL TRACKER

Charities Bill (HL)

House of Commons: First reading 9 November

Childcare Bill

House of Commons: Second Reading 28 November

Children and Adoption Bill (HL)

House of Lords: Third Reading 29 November

Civil Aviation Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 8 December

Commissioner for Older People (Wales) Bill (HL)

House of Lords: Report Stage 9 November

Commons Bill (HL)

House of Lords: Report Stage 30 November

Company Law Reform Bill (HL)

House of Lords: First Reading 1 November

Compensation Bill (HL)

House of Lords: Second Reading 28 November

Consumer Credit Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 16 November

Council Tax (New Valuation Lists for England) Bill

House of Commons: Report Stage 1 December

Electoral Administration Bill

House of Commons: Standing Committee B 22 November

Equality Bill (HL)

House of Commons: Standing Committee A 29 November

European Union (Accessions) Bill

House of Commons: Committee and Report Stage 24 November

Health Bill

House of Commons: Second Reading 29 November

Identity Cards Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 14 December

Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Bill

House of Lords: Second Reading 6 December

London Olympics Bill

House of Commons: Report Stage 6 December

National Insurance Contributions Bill

House of Commons: Standing Committee D 15 November

National Lottery Bill

House of Commons: Standing Committee A 1 November

Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill

House of Lords: Second Reading 7 November

NHS Redress Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 23 November

Racial and Religious Hatred Bill

House of Lords: Report Stage 7 November

Regulation of Financial Services (Land Transactions) Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 23 November

Road Safety Bill (HL)

House of Lords: Third Reading 29 November

Terrorism Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 13 December

Terrorism (Northern Ireland) Bill

House of Commons: Report Stage 30 November

Transport (Wales) Bill

House of Lords: Committee Stage 30 November

Violent Crime Reduction Bill

House of Lords: First Reading 15 November

Work and Families Bill

House of Commons: Second Reading 5 December

OTHER EVENTS

You and Yours - Commons Select Committees phone-ins
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