Summary Agenda Thursday 10 May 2012

Summary Agenda

10.30 am



Private Business (without debate).

Urgent Questions (if any); Business Question to the Leader of the House; Ministerial Statements, including on the Health Transition Risk Register.

Presentation of Bills (without debate).

Queen’s Speech (Motion for an Address) (proposed subjects for debate:Home Affairs and Justice) (may continue until 6.00 p.m.).

Business of the House (Motion) (no debate after 6.00 pm).

At the end of the sitting

Adjournment Debate: Future of Arpley landfill site (David Mowat) (until 6.30 pm or for half an hour, whichever is later).




The book for the Ballot for Private Members’ Bills will be placed in the No Division Lobby on Tuesday 15 May between 2.30 pm and the rise of the House and Wednesday 16 May between 11.30 am and the rise of the House (except during a Division).

Members may enter in the list only one name-either their own or that of another Member who has authorised them to do so-and no name may appear more than once. A member entering another’s name forfeits his or her own chance to enter the ballot.

The Speaker has appointed 10.00 am on Thursday 17 May and Committee Room 10 as the time and place for holding the Ballot. At about 10.30 am on that day the list of successful Members ("Result of the Ballot for Bills") will be posted in the No Lobby and copies of this list will be available in the Vote Office. Members who win a place in the Ballot will receive a note about the subsequent procedure.


Ballot Bills will be presented on Wednesday 20 June (SO No. 14(6)).

Following the agreement by the House on Tuesday 21 February of dates of periodic adjournments, the earliest date to give notice of presentation of Bills under Standing Order No. 57 (presentation and first reading) will be Thursday 21 June (SO No. 14(7)(b)) and the earliest day for which notice of presentation may be given will be Monday 25 June.

Thursday 21 June will also be the earliest date on which notice can be given of a Motion for leave to bring in a Bill under Standing Order No. 23 (the "ten minute rule"), initially for Tuesday 3, Wednesday 4, Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 July.

Continue to Order of Business

Prepared 10th May 2012