Weekly Information Bulletin: 23rd July 2011

Business of the House of Commons

18 – 22 July

Monday 18 July

The House sat at 2.30pm

Oral Questions – Work and Pensions, including Topical Questions

Statement – Metropolitan Police Service – Mrs Theresa May

Statement – Defence transformation – Dr Liam Fox

Statement – Local Government Finance – Mr Eric Pickles

Motion – Relating to National Policy Statements (EN-1-5 Agreed)

Motion – Relating to National Policy Statements (EN-6 Agreed on division)

Motion – Draft Financial Services Bill (Joint Committee) (Agreed; amendment negatived, on division)

Motion – To approve the appointment of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and Health Service Commissioner for England (Agreed)

Adjournment – Election petitions – John Mann

The House rose at 12.43am

Tuesday 19 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 9.30am-5.00pm

Westminster Hall Private Members’ Debates:

09.30-11.00 – School food – Andrew Gwynne

11.00-11.30 – Functioning of the Public Guardianship Office – Kevin Brennan

14.30 -16.00 – Hospital finances – John Pugh

16.00-16.30 – Future of the Royal Parks – Mr Mark Field

16.30-17.00 – GM food technologies – George Freeman

The House sat at 11.30am

Oral Questions – Foreign and Commonwealth Office, including Topical Questions

Statement – School funding reform – Michael Gove

Statement – Bovine TB – Caroline Spelman

Royal Assent – Supply and Appropriation Act 2011

Royal Assent – Finance Act 2011

Royal Assent – European Union Act 2011

Ten Minute Rule Motion – Betting Shops – Joan Ruddock (Agreed, Bill presented and read a first time)

Backbench Business – Matters to be raised before the forthcoming adjournment

Adjournment – Green planting in the urban environment – Bob Russell

The House rose at 7.36pm

After the close of Business the House rose for the summer recess

Wednesday 20 July

The House was recalled at 11.30am

Speakers Statement

Statement – Public Confidence in the Media and Police – Mr David Cameron

General Debate – Public Confidence in the Media and Police

The House rose at 7.00pm

Thursday 21 July

The House was in recess

Friday 22 July

The House was in recess


Written Ministerial Statements
 

18 – 22 July 2011

18.07.11

English for Speakers of Other Languages – Mr John Hayes

18.07.11

Double Taxation Convention (United Kingdom and the Republic of Armenia) – Mr David Gauke

18.07.11

Isle of Man Indirect Tax Revenue Sharing – Mr David Gauke

18.07.11

Counter-Terrorist Asset-Freezing Regime: 1 April 2011 to 30 June 2011 – Mr Mark Hoban

18.07.11

Remote Gambling – Justine Greening

18.07.11

Local Government Finance – Robert Neill

18.07.11

A New Framework for Local Television – Mr Jeremy Hunt

18.07.11

Royal Parks Agency – John Penrose

18.07.11

Defence Transformation – Dr Liam Fox

18.07.11

Ministry of Defence Annual Report and Accounts 2010-11 – Dr Liam fox

18.07.11

Co-ordinated Online Record of Electors – Mr Mark Harper

18.07.11

Early Intervention – Sarah Teather

18.07.11

Families in the Foundation Years – Sarah Teather

18.07.11

Lord Bew's Independent Review of Key Stage 2 (Government Response) – Michael Gove

18.07.11

Non-Departmental Public Bodies (Resource Accounts) – Mr Nick Gibb

18.07.11

Export Control Policy (Review) – Mr William Hague

18.07.11

Spanish Site of Community Importance – Mr William Hague

18.07.11

Care Quality Commission Registration – Mr Simon Burns

18.07.11

Consultation on Value-Based Pricing (Government Response) – Mr Andrew Lansley

18.07.11

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Asthma – Mr Andrew Lansley

18.07.11

Winterbourne View and Castlebeck Facilities – Paul Burstow

18.07.11

Use of Animals in Scientific Research – Lynne Featherstone

18.07.11

Terrorism Act 2000 and Part 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006 (Independent Reviewer Annual Report) –

Mrs Theresa May

18.07.11

Crime Statistics: England and Wales – James Brokenshire

18.07.11

Terrorism Act 2000 (Remedial) Order 2011 – Mrs Theresa May

18.07.11

Parliamentary Written Question (Correction) – Mr Alan Duncan

18.07.11

Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission – Mr Owen Patterson

18.07.11

Machinery of Government Changes – Mr David Cameron

18.07.11

Jobcentre Plus Annual Report and Accounts 2010-11 – Chris Grayling

18.07.11

State Pension Reform (Summary of Responses to the Consultation) – Steve Webb

19.07.11

Consumer Credit and Personal Insolvency Review – Mr Edward Davey

19.07.11

ECOFIN – Mr George Osborne

19.07.11

Private Finance Initiative Contracts – Justine Greening

19.07.11

Public Service Pensions – Danny Alexander

19.07.11

Fire and Rescue Service –Robert Neill

19.07.11

Government Olympic Executive – Hugh Robertson

19.07.11

Cities Minister – Mr Nick Clegg

19.07.11

National Policy Statements – Chris Huhne

19.07.11

Afghanistan – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

British Council – Mr Jeremy Browne

19.07.11

Building Stability Overseas – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

National Diplomatic Missions (Outstanding National Non-Domestic Rates Bills) – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations (Unpaid Parking Fines) – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

London Congestion Charge (Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations) – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

Alleged Offences (Diplomatic Immunity) – Mr William Hague

19.07.11

Extending Patient Choice of Provider (Guidance) – Mr Andrew Lansley

19.07.11

Suicide Prevention (Consultation) – Paul Burstow

19.07.11

Southern Cross – Paul Burstow

19.07.11

London Bombings (Government Response to Coroner's Inquests) – Mrs Theresa May

19.07.11

Human Trafficking – Damien Green

19.07.11

Proceeds of Crime – James Brokenshire

19.07.11

Secure Estate Strategy for Children and Young People – Mr Crispin Blunt

19.07.11

Deaths of Service Personnel Overseas (Inquests) – Mr Jonathan Djanogly

19.07.11

Special Advisers – Mr David Cameron

19.07.11

Olympics Airspace – Mr Philip Hammond

19.07.11

Commission on Devolution in Wales – Mrs Cheryl Gillian

19.07.11

Housing Benefit (Supported Housing) – Steve Webb

19.07.11

Workplace Pension Reform (Automatic Enrolment) – Steve Webb

Prepared 22nd July 2011