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Weekly Information Bulletin: 27th July 2002

Business of the House of Commons
19 - 24 July 2002

Friday 19 July

The House sat at 9.30 am

Debate - Private Members Bills

Private Hire Vehicles (Carriage of Guide Dogs, Etc.) Bill - Report stage (Amendments made) and Third Reading

Commonwealth Bill - Report stage and Third Reading

Housing Benefit (Withholding of payment) Bill - Debate adjourned

(Pensions Annuities (Amendment) Bill): - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Prime Minister (Office, Role And Functions) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Food Poverty (Eradication) Bill - (Not moved)

Housing (Wales) Bill - (Not moved)

Motor Vehicles (Prohibition On Use Of Hand-Held Mobile Telephones) Bill - Objected to - 2nd reading 15.11.2002

Football Spectators Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Travel Concessions (Young Persons) Bill - (not moved)

Endangered Species (Illegal Trade) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Museums Bill - (not moved)

Alcohol Services Bill (not moved)

Waste Bill - (not moved)

Fixed-Term Parliaments Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Relationships (Civil Registration) Bill - (not moved)

Health (Air Travellers) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Road Safety And Speed Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Trespassers On Land (Liability For Damage And Eviction) Bill - objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Right To Self-employment Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Religious Discrimination And Remedies Bill - not moved

Age Discrimination (No. 2) Bill - Objected to - 2nd reading 14.11.2002

Treason Felony, Act Of Settlement and Parliamentary Oath Bill - Objected to - 2nd reading 14.11.2002

Corporate Responsibility Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Health Reform (Education and Public Involvement) Bill - not moved

Prescriptions (Chronic Diseases) Bill - objected to - 2nd reading 14.11.2002

Firearms (Replica Weapons) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Broadcasting Act 1990 (Amendment) Bill l- Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Food Labelling Bill: (Resumed Debate on second reading) - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Vaccination Of Children (Parental Choice) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Patients Without Legal Capacity (Safeguards) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Regulation Of Child Care Providers Bill - Objected to - 2nd reading 14.11.2002

Area Child Protection Committees Bill - not moved

Data Protection (Amendment) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Shops Bill - not moved

Food Safety (Amendment) Bill - not moved

Waste (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Health (Air Travellers) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Telecommunications Transmitters (Restrictions on Planning Application) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Animal Sanctuaries (Licensing) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Organ Donation (Presumed Consent and Safeguards) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Litter and Fouling of Land by Dogs (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Traveller Law Reform Bill- Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Control of Fireworks (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Environmental Audit (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Home Energy Conservation (No 2) Bill Objected to - 2nd reading 15.11.2002

Firearms (Amendment) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Criminal Evidence (Prohibition of Sale) (No 2) Bill - Objected to - no day named for 2nd reading

Rape Consent Bill - (Not moved)

Adjournment - Mr Gareth Thomas (Harrow West) on Government support for Britain's Muslim community

The House rose at 3.20pm


Monday 22 July

The House sat at 2.30 pm

Oral Questions - Culture, Media and Sport; Church Commissioners; and Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission

Statement - Foot and Mouth Inquiries - Margaret Beckett

Statement - Chinook Accident (Mull of Kintyre) - Geoff Hoon

Presentation of Bill - Endangered Species (Offences) Bill - Mr David Amess

Legislation - Mobile Telephones (Re-programming) Bill [HL] - second reading

Motions - to establish the Transport and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Select Committees (Agreed to)

Debate - On the adjournment for the summer recess

Adjournment - Bob Spink on education in Castle Point

The House rose at 2.00 am


Tuesday 23 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm

09:30 11:00 Mr Desmond Swayne on the costs and performance of the Criminal Records Bureau

11:00 12:30 Mr Harold Best on export credit guarantees and the arms trade

12:30 13:00 Mr Michael Trend on UK relations with Belarus

13:00 - 13:30 Mr Frank Roy on the regulation of the charter holiday industry

13:30 14:00 Mr Ian Liddell-Grainger on hospital services in Somerset

The House sat at 2.30 pm

Oral Questions - Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Statement - Future of Air Transport - Alistair Darling

Statement - Older People's Services - Alan Milburn

Presentation of Bill - Local Sustainability - Sue Doughty

Ten Minute Rule Bill - Redundancy payments - Mr David Crausby

Debate - Public Expenditure on a motion for the adjournment of the House

Adjournment - Mr Tam Dalyell on a public inquiry on the international aspects of the Lockerbie disaster

The House rose a 10.32pm


Wednesday 24 July

The House sat in Westminster Hall between 9.30 am and 2.00 pm

09 - :30 11:00 Mr Bill O'Brien on the impact of the packaging waster regulations on the packaging industry

11:00 - 12:30 Mr Mark Oaten on the impact of PPG 3

12:30 - 13:00 Mr Wayne David on social exclusion and participation in decision making

13:00 - 13:30 Mr George Osborne changes of use of departure routes at Manchester airport

13:30 - 14:00 John Robertson on Government policy on all allowances for pensioners

The House sat at 2.30pm

Oral Questions - International Development; Prime Minister

Statement - Northern Ireland - Dr John Reid

Statement - Accounting and Auditing issues - Patricia Hewitt

Presentation of Bill - Domestic Combined Heat and Power (Reduction in VAT) - Alan Simpson

Legislation - Education Bill - Lords Amendments (Amendment agreed to, Amendment to Lords Amendment agreed on Division)

Legislation - Export Control Bill - Lords Amendments (Agreed to)

Legislation - Proceeds of Crime Bill - Lords Amendments (Agreed to)

Programme Motion - Police Reform Bill - Lords Amendments (Agreed to)

Legislation - Police Reform Bill - Lords Amendments (Agreed to)

Legislation - Mobile Telephones (Re-Programming) Bill [HL] - Committee Stage (Clauses 1-2 Agreed to), Report and Third Reading

Adjournment - Mr Robert Jackson on the impact of the EU age discrimination directive on universities

The House rose at 10.20 pm

 
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