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NOTICES AND ORDERS OF THE DAY

Items marked are new or have been altered.

Items marked are expected to be taken during the dinner adjournment.

THURSDAY 30TH JULY

At three o’clock

*The Lord Barnett—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what consideration they have given to improving the working hours and conditions of the House of Lords in line with proposals being put forward for the House of Commons by the Leader of that House.

*The Lord Hurd of Westwell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether there is any intention on their part to discuss the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands, or relations between the Falkland Islands and Argentina, with President Menem when he visits the United Kingdom in the autumn.

*The Viscount Waverley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will introduce ECGD (Export Credits Guarantee Department) cover for Iran; and, if so, when.

*The Lord Steel of Aikwood—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will consider making arrangements for an international venue to try the two persons accused of the Lockerbie disaster under Scottish law in a neutral country.

Scotland Bill—House to be again in Committee [The Lord Sewel] [24th Report from the Delegated Powers Committee]

‡Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specified Organisations) Order 1998—The Lord Dubs to move, That the draft Order laid before the House on 28th July be approved.

FRIDAY 31ST JULY

[At eleven o’clock]

Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (Amendment) Regulations 1998—The Lord Williams of Mostyn to move, That the draft Regulations laid before the House on 25th June be approved. [40th Report from the Joint Committee]

The Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean—To move, That this House take note of NATO’s invitation to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland to join the Alliance.

ROYAL ASSENT

MONDAY 5TH OCTOBER

†Hereditary Peerage (Election)— The Lord Pearson of Rannoch to move, That an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty praying that Her Majesty may be graciously pleased to allow that Her undoubted Prerogative and interest may not stand in the way of the consideration by Parliament during the present session of any measure to amend the composition of the House of Lords by providing for the election to that House of holders of hereditary peerages from an electoral college consisting of peers and of certain other Lords; and for connected purposes.

The Earl of Kinnoull—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to retain a viable British fishing industry beyond 2002.

†[If the Northern Ireland Bill is brought from the Commons, Second Reading is expected to be taken this day]

TUESDAY 6TH OCTOBER

†[It is expected that the Committee stage of the Scotland Bill will be concluded this day]

WEDNESDAY 7TH OCTOBER

†Regional Development Agencies Bill—Committee [The Lord Whitty]

THURSDAY 8TH OCTOBER

†Registration of Political Parties Bill—Second Reading [The Lord Williams of Mostyn]

†The Baroness Maddock—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they propose to take to improve the quality of the housing stock following the recent publication of the English House Condition Survey for 1996.

NO DAY NAMED

PART I

The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein—To call attention to the opportunities for trade with and investment in Latin America; and to move for papers.

The Lord Ashley of Stoke—To call attention to the need for full, enforceable civil rights for chronically sick and disabled people; and to move for papers.

The Baroness Perry of Southwark—To call attention to the importance of higher education policy for the social, economic and intellectual welfare of the United Kingdom; and to move for papers.

The Lord Barnett—To call attention to the prospects for the United Kingdom joining EMU in the foreseeable future; and to move for papers.

The Lord Armstrong of Ilminster—To move, That a Select Committee be appointed to undertake an inquiry, and within three calendar months to make recommendations, as to how a procedure might be implemented whereby the House would nominate approximately one hundred peers by succession to be voting peers and whereby the remaining peers by succession would renounce their rights to vote but would retain their rights to speak in the House or Committees of the House.

The Lord Moynihan—To call attention to the current situation in Algeria; and to move for papers.

The Earl of Northesk—To call attention to political and economic developments in the South Atlantic; and to move for papers.

The Lord Stone of Blackheath—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether there is a need throughout the United Kingdom for a comprehensive and cohesive policy relating to the commercial, business and financial sectors in towns, cities and other urban areas.

The Earl of Carlisle—To call attention to the number of people from ethnic minorities in senior positions in public life; and to move for papers.

The Lord Sandberg—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what effect the financial crisis in the Far East is likely to have on the British economy.

The Lord Hooson—To call attention to plans to restructure the United Nations for the next century; and to move for papers.

The Viscount Waverley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their policy on the use of sanctions.

The Lord Kennet—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they consider that the Charter of the United Nations permits, and the international rule of law can survive, claims by individual member states to a right of unilateral interpretation of UN Security Council Resolutions, and a right to engage in military operations under such unilateral interpretations.

Succession to the Crown—The Lord Alderdice to move, That an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty praying that Her Majesty may be graciously pleased to allow that Her undoubted Prerogative and interest may not stand in the way of the consideration of Parliament during the present session of any measure to remove the bar on a person who is not, or who is married to a person who is not, a protestant to succeed to the Crown.

The Baroness Thomas of Walliswood—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their response to continuing delays in the completion of the Swanwick Air Traffic Control Centre.

The Lord Kennet—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will take steps to replace measurements of gross domestic product and gross national product, both within the United Kingdom and in international bodies, with measurements that are being developed by the Office for National Statistics which are able to take into account economically significant unpaid and unrecorded work and the reduction through consumption or otherwise of irreplaceable natural resources.

The Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to promote family-friendly working practices to enable people to balance the responsibilities of family life with the demands of paid work.

The Earl of Carlisle—To call attention to the long-term future of Central and Eastern Europe, with particular reference to the three Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; and to move for papers.

The Earl of Onslow—To call attention to the science of genetically-modified organisms, and its implications for the breeding of plants and animals; and to move for papers.

The Viscount Hanworth—To call attention to the need to encourage teachers in primary and secondary education, and to the role of OFSTED; and to move for papers.

The Lord Bishop of Oxford—To call attention to the commitment in the Labour Party manifesto to a “fairer, faster and firmer” asylum procedure; and to move for papers.

The Lord Ackner—To call attention to the case for effectively monitoring the operation of conditional fee agreements; and to move for papers.

The Lord Dholakia—To call attention to the need for a national strategy for dealing with paedophiles; and to move for papers.

The Baroness Ludford—To call attention to the need for firm action by the European Union and its international partners to secure peace and justice in Kosovo; and to move for papers.

The Lord Birdwood—To call attention to changes in the duties of back-bench members of both Houses of Parliament in the last thirty years; and to move for papers.

The Baroness Linklater of Butterstone—To call attention to the implications for rural communities of the closure of their local school; and to move for papers.

The Lord Hardy of Wath—To call attention to the apparent increase in cruelty to animals; and to move for papers.

The Earl of Clanwilliam—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they support the industrialisation of farming practices in the United Kingdom.

The Lord Hylton—To move to resolve, That this House deplores the attempted murder of Mr Akin Birdal, President of the Turkish Human Rights Association, on 12th May; the refusal by the Turkish Government to admit United Nations Rapporteurs on Human Rights, or representatives of the OSCE or ICRC; the imprisonment and exile of members of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey; and the banning and dissolution in Turkey of numerous bona fide political parties.

The Lord Janner of Braunstone—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to ban or restrict smoking in restaurants, other eating places and other public places.

The Lord Rowallan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their long-term policy towards help lines in the field of health services.

The Earl of Longford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are continuing a policy of cutting expenditure in real terms per prisoner, and of cutting the total expenditure in real terms on the probation service and on prisoner education.

The Lord Morris of Manchester—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what further consideration they are giving to improving Service Pensions and War and War Widows’ Pensions; and when they expect to announce any improvements.

The Lord Rotherwick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what are their intentions for taxing pesticides, and what will be the implications of such a tax for farming and the countryside.

The Lord Tope—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to address the problem of bullying of pupils in secondary schools.

The Viscount Chelmsford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied that the link between the United Kingdom’s Balance of Payments and the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) by the nation’s leaders and managers is sufficiently understood.

The Lord Cocks of Hartcliffe—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their view of the economic and business opportunities presented by the information age, which was the subject of a Government paper published in April by the Central Office of Information.

The Lord Vinson—To call attention to the case for using nuclear energy to meet the United Kingdom’s Kyoto Conference obligations for the reduction of CO2 emissions; and to move for papers.

The Lord Borrie—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to modernise the regulation of the utility industries so as to provide a fair deal for consumers in general and vulnerable consumers in particular.

The Lord Hayhoe—To call attention to the case for establishing an Independent Statutory Commission responsible for the conduct of referendums, their organisation and administration along the lines proposed by the Commission on the Conduct of Referendums chaired by Sir Patrick Nairne which reported in November 1996; and to move for papers.

The Duke of Abercorn—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are considering a request to the European Union for additional funding to ensure that the Londonderry-Strabane-Ballygawley A5 road is upgraded to the required modern standard.

The Lord McNally—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what discussions they have had with the Press Complaints Commission about the outcome of their respective inquiries into the events surrounding the publication of Cries Unheard concerning Mary Bell.

The Lord Ironside—To call attention to the strengths of the Armed Forces and the investments needed to sustain their capabilities for deployment and intervention in defence of the United Kingdom’s sovereign interests; and to move for papers.

The Lord Bishop of Lincoln—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to amend current mental health legislation in order to facilitate positive intervention to assist the mentally ill living in the community.

The Lord Blaker—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the cost of converting Kensington Gardens to a memorial park for the late Diana, Princess of Wales, will be met from public funds if the proposal is proceeded with.

The Lord Ackner—To call attention to the Government’s consultation paper Rights of Audience and Rights to Conduct Litigation in England and Wales: The Way Ahead (June 1998); and to move for papers.

†The Lord Campbell of Alloway—To move to resolve, That a Royal Commission be appointed to consider and report on proposals to reconstitute or reform the House of Lords; and that no such proposals be enacted until the said report has been debated in both Houses of Parliament, and approved in a referendum.

The Baroness O’Cathain—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to encourage marketing and its contribution to business success.

The Lord Sefton of Garston—To call attention to the case for a review of income tax (especially at the top levels) in order to ensure a fairer distribution of resources; and to move for papers.

The Baroness Gould of Potternewton—To call attention to the discrepancies in the provision of abortion under the National Health Service; and to move for papers.

†The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their response to the open letter from members of the Social Policy Association published in The Guardian of 29th July.

†The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what will be the responsibilities and the objectives of the Minister for Women.

†The Baroness Gould of Potternewton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they have taken, following the Prohibition of Female Circumcision Act 1985, in relation to education, prevention and prosecution under the Act.

PART II

SELECT COMMITTEE REPORTS

[The date in brackets is that on which the Report was published]

The Lord Kingsland—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Enhancing Parliamentary Scrutiny of the Third Pillar (6th Report, HL Paper 25). [12th September]

The Lord Slynn of Hadley—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the Select Committee on the Public Service (HL Paper 55). [19th January]

The Baroness Hilton of Eggardon—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Sustainable Landfill (17th Report, HL Paper 83). [7th April]

The Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee, Resistance to Antibiotics and other antimicrobial agents (7th Report, HL Paper 81). [23rd April]

The Lord Hoffmann—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Acquired Rights Revisited (22nd Report, HL Paper 98). [18th May]

The Lord Barnett—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on the European Central Bank (24th Report, HL Paper 112). [9th June]

The Lord Wallace of Saltaire—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on Student Mobility in the European Union (27th Report, HL Paper 116). [3rd July]

QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

[Tabled or amended on 29th July]

The Lord Norton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government under what terms and conditions sponsorship money is, or during the last two years has been, received by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.      (HL2917)

The Lord Norton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government to what use sponsorship money is, or during the last two years has been, put by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.      (HL2919)

The Lord Randall of St Budeaux—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will approve and publish the Annual Report and Accounts of the NHS Pensions Agency.      (HL3165)

The Lord Dean of Beswick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will publish the 1997-98 Annual Report and Accounts of the Medical Devices Agency.      (HL3166)

The Lord Dean of Beswick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when resources will be available for Access Funds for students in further and higher education institutions in England in 1998-99; and when they propose to issue new guidance on the use of the Funds.      (HL3167)

The Lord Dean of Beswick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to review the Mental Health Act 1983.      (HL3168)

The Lord Williams of Elvel—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what decisions they have taken on the recommendations of the review of the organic aid scheme.      (HL3169)

The Lord Hughes of Woodside—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they expect to report progress in lifting the ban on beef exports from the United Kingdom.      (HL3170)

The Lord Hughes of Woodside—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what action they will take when the operation in the United Kingdom of the calf processing aid scheme becomes voluntary on 30th November.      (HL3171)

The Lord Hughes of Woodside—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made on the introduction of measures to ensure that all British-registered fishing vessels maintain a real economic link with United Kingdom populations dependent on fisheries and related industries.      (HL3172)

The Lord Bassam of Brighton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what representations they have received about the current planning controls on the erection of telecommunications masts.      (HL3173)

The Lord Bassam of Brighton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they propose to revise Planning Guidance Note 17 on Sport and Recreation.      (HL3174)

The Lord Bassam of Brighton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they propose to appoint chairs for the boards of the proposed regional development agencies.      (HL3175)

The Lord Bassam of Brighton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they intend to publish the response to the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee’s Report on Sewage Treatment and Disposal.      (HL3176)

The Lord Stallard—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what performance targets they have set the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre Executive Agency for 1998-99.      (HL3177)

The Lord Carmichael of Kelvingrove—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they will undertake public consultation on the review of legislation relating to the Environmental Agency and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.      (HL3178)

The Lord Shepherd—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will set out the spending plans for the countryside and rural programmes of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions following the Comprehensive Spending Review.      (HL3179)

The Lord Avebury—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether, in the light of the Sandline affair, and the privatisation and commercialisation of security in Africa and elsewhere, they will consult with other states with relevant experience including particularly South Africa, and with the Special Rapporteur, Mr Enrique Bernales Ballesteros, on amending the International Convention against the Recruitment, Use, Financing and Training of Mercenaries.      (HL3180)

The Earl of Clancarty—To ask Her Majesty’s Government by which date next year it is intended that all national museums and galleries shall have free entry at all times for school children as the first stage of their commitment to universal free entry to national museums and galleries; or, if this date is not yet known, when this date will be announced.      (HL3181)

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by the Baroness Jay of Paddington on 10th June (WA 95) and having regard to the indirect character of the studies cited therein, whether they consider that an up-to-date pilot study addressing directly the issue of toxicity to humans of artificially fluoridated water should now be conducted.      (HL3182)

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answers by the Baroness Jay of Paddington on 18th December 1997 (WA 103) and 2nd March 1998 (WA 126), whether—

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether any studies have been done to test the specific properties and long-term biological effects of sodium hexafluorosilicate when added to drinking water.      (HL3184)

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government why fluoride drops and tablets are licensed as medicinal products whereas fluoride when placed for health purposes in the public water supply is subject to no such procedures, whether under food or medicines law.      (HL3185)

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by the Baroness Jay of Paddington on 12th November 1997 (WA 34-35), why they continue to support the fluoridation of the public water supply when the American review cited by the Minister concluded that there are “inconsistencies in the fluoride toxicity data base and gaps in knowledge. Accordingly, it recommends further research in the areas of fluoride intake, dental fluorosis, bone strength and carcinogenicity.”      (HL3186)

The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether in the matter of water fluoridation they consider that a group should now be commissioned which is seen to be independent of any particular viewpoint in order to draft a protocol, to be endorsed by both supporters and opponents of fluoridation, for a scientifically defensible systematic review of the available evidence (published and unpublished), and that the results of such a review should be made public.      (HL3187)

The Lord Hardy of Wath—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what action is being taken to ensure that there will be no significant further environmental damage as a result of water abstraction.      (HL3188)

The Lord Hardy of Wath—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what advice they have received concerning the adequacy of the regulatory arrangements for the use of genetically modified crops.      (HL3189)

The Lord Selkirk of Douglas—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what consultation took place with interested parties prior to the publication of the Scotland Bill in relation to the definition of “the legal profession” contained in Schedule 5 of the bill; and what consultation took place between the Scottish Office and the President of the Board of Trade on this issue.      (HL3190)

The Baroness Anelay of St Johns—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how they will ensure that victims of rape abroad who seek asylum in this country receive the same standard of treatment as should be accorded to victims of rape in this country.      (HL3191)

The Baroness Anelay of St Johns—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether European Union harmonisation could result in the system of processing asylum applications in the United Kingdom being assimilated to that in other European Union member states and becoming less open; and whether harmonisation will be used as a reason for cutting the cost of processing asylum applications.      (HL3192)

The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they expect to be in a position to announce the results of their review of the Habitual Residence Test.      (HL3193)

The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will study the Report No Entry: The Single Room Rent and Youth Homelessness by Adam Chugg for the National Rent Deposit Forum, in association with the Catholic Housing Aid Society.      (HL3194)

The Baroness Blatch—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many applications have been received for the post of Chairman of Millennium Volunteers Ltd. which was advertised in The Sunday Times on 16th June; when the appointment to the post is to be made; what will be the salary or honorarium; and what budget has been made available for Millennium Volunteers Ltd. by the Government.      (HL3195)

The Lord Sefton of Garston—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what effect any proposals for development of the car park at Vauxhall Bridge would have on traffic congestion in that area.      (HL3196)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Legal Aid Board’s practice of relying on the advice of the applicant’s legal adviser in determining whether or not to grant civil legal aid properly discharges the Board’s legal duties in accordance with section 15(2) of the Legal Aid Act 1988.      (HL3197)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Legal Aid Board’s practice of relying on the advice of the applicant’s legal adviser in determining whether or not to grant civil legal aid leads to unrealistically optimistic advice being given to the Board, particularly in medical negligence litigation.      (HL3198)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Legal Aid Board’s practice of relying on the advice of the applicant’s legal adviser (who may have a direct financial interest in advancing the case) in determining whether or not to grant civil legal aid infringes a fundamental principle of natural justice, namely the rule against bias.      (HL3199)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the operation of section 17 of the Legal Aid Act 1988 encourages health service defendants to settle low value unmeritorious claims to avoid irrecoverable legal costs.      (HL3200)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of the 17 per cent of successful legally aided medical negligence claims were settled for commercial reasons regardless of merit to avoid irrecoverable legal costs.      (HL3201)

The Lord McColl of Dulwich—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, with regard to the Government’s proposal to limit legal aid contracts for civil legal aid in medical negligence cases to lawyers who have shown competence in this area (as denoted by membership of panels such as those maintained by the Law Society and Action for Victims of Medical Accidents), what is the evidence that lawyers who are members of such panels achieve better results than lawyers who are not members of the panels.      (HL3202)

BILLS IN PROGRESS

[The date in brackets is the date for which the bill is set down]

Waiting for Second Reading


Recommitted to an Unopposed Bill Committee

    London Local Authorities [HL]

Committed to a Committee of the Whole House

    Pharmacists [HL]
    Regional Development Agencies [7th October]
    Scotland [30th July]
    Waste Minimisation
    Criminal Appeal (Amendment) [HL]

Waiting for Report

    Lord Chancellor (Tenure of Office) (Amendment) [HL]
    European Parliamentary Elections

Waiting for Third Reading

    City of Westminster [HL]

Sent to the Commons

    Coordinated Universal Time [HL]
    Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons (Amendment) [HL]
    Geneva Conventions (Amendment) [HL]
    British Nationality (St. Helena) [HL]
    Human Rights [HL]
    Local Government (Experimental Arrangements) [HL]
    Business Improvement Districts [HL]
    Electricity Generation [HL]
    Mental Health (Amendment) (No. 2) [HL]
    Building Regulations (Energy Rating Information) (Amendment) [HL]
    Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) (Amendment) [HL]
    Sexual Orientation Discrimination [HL]
    Statute Law (Repeals) [HL]
    Pensions (Amendment) [HL]
    Bodmin Moor Commons [HL]
    Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) [HL]

Waiting for consideration of Commons amendments

    Competition [HL]

Returned to the Commons amended

    Fireworks

Waiting for Royal Assent

    Finance (No. 2) (Money Bill—2nd July)
    Crime and Disorder [HL]
    Government of Wales
    National Minimum Wage
    Lloyds TSB [HL]

AFFIRMATIVE INSTRUMENTS IN PROGRESS

Waiting for consideration by the Joint Committee

    Draft Northern Ireland (Sentences) Act 1998 (Specified Organisations) Order 1998

Waiting for Affirmative Resolution

    Draft Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (Amendment) Regulations 1998
    Draft Security for Private Road Works (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1998
    Draft Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998
    Draft Local Government (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998
    Draft Meat and Livestock Commission Levy (Variation) Scheme (Confirmation) Order 1998

DEREGULATION PROPOSALS IN PROGRESS

Proposals laid under s.3(3) referred to the Deregulation Committee

    Draft Deregulation (Pipe-lines) Order 1998
    Draft Deregulation (Occasional Licences) Order 1998

Proposal reported from the Deregulation Committee

    Draft Deregulation (Weights and Measures) Order 1998

COMMITTEES

[Unless otherwise indicated, Committees meet in the Lords’ rooms

in the Committee Corridor as indicated in the daily broadsheets]

THURSDAY 30TH JULY

Delegated Powers and Deregulation Committee10.00 am
Science and Technology (Sub-Committee II)10.30 am
(Management of Nuclear Waste)

TUESDAY 6TH OCTOBER

Science and Technology (Sub-Committee I)10.45 am
(Cannabis)

TUESDAY 13TH OCTOBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee A)10.30 am
Science & Technology Committee10.45 am
Procedure of the House Committee4.15 pm
in the Moses Room

WEDNESDAY 14TH OCTOBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee D)10.30 am
European Communities (Sub-Committee C)10.45 am
European Communities (Sub-Committee F)4.30 pm

THURSDAY 15TH OCTOBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee B)10.30 am

TUESDAY 20TH OCTOBER

Parliamentary Privilege Joint Committee10.30 am
European Communities Committee4.15 pm

WEDNESDAY 21ST OCTOBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee E)4.15 pm

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