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NOTICES AND ORDERS OF THE DAY

Items marked are new or have been altered.

WEDNESDAY 2ND DECEMBER

At half-past two o’clock

*The Lord Waddington—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will use their veto to block moves to harmonise taxes in the European Union.

*The Lord Dormand of Easington—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what action is being taken to increase the number of mature students at universities.

*The Lord Northbourne—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied that all local authorities now employ in their residential children’s homes staff and management of a calibre, and with training, appropriate to the needs of the children in their care.

*The Baroness Castle of Blackburn—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what would be the yield in tax revenue if the highest rate of tax were to be increased from 40 per cent to 50 per cent on taxable income of £150,000 a year and £100,000 a year respectively, and how many taxpayers would be involved in each case.

†The Queen’s Speech—Adjourned Debate on the Motion that an Humble Address be presented to Her Majesty as follows:

“Most Gracious Sovereign,

We, Your Majesty’s most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, beg leave to thank Your Majesty for the most gracious Speech which Your Majesty has addressed to both Houses of Parliament.”

[It is expected that the principal topics for debate will be Health and Home Affairs.]

THURSDAY 3RD DECEMBER

[Prayers will have been read]

*The Lord Campbell of Croy—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what are the circumstances in which civil servants in press and private offices can be exempted from the rules governing the 48 hour working week.

*The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their current assessment of relations between the United Kingdom and Malaysia.

*The Lord Archer of Weston-Super-Mare—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their attitude to the continued detention of Leyla Zana and other DEP Members of the Turkish Parliament, in the light of decisions of the European Commission and Court of Human Rights that the proceedings leading up to their detention were in breach of the European Convention.

†*The Lord Rea—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will join the Italian Government in using the request of the PKK leader, Abdullah Ocalan, for political asylum as an opportunity, under United Nations or pan-European auspices, to start negotiating an end to the conflict in South Eastern Turkey.

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, Session 1997-98).

The Lord Perry of Walton—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee on Cannabis: the scientific and medical evidence (9th Report, HL Paper 151, Session 1997-98).

The Earl of Longford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in view of their welcome for the 3rd report (Session 1997-98) of the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee recommending greater use of alternatives to prison (HL Deb, 19th October, col. 1172), what steps they intend to take to give effect to the report.

MONDAY 7TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Wallace of Saltaire—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to pursue the objective declared by the Prime Minister in his speech to the North Atlantic Assembly on 13th November, of “a stronger, more effective Europe in foreign policy and security” with “a European decision-making capacity and command structure”.

*The Lord Berkeley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether any planned reductions in the Ministry of Defence’s use of rail freight would be in accordance with the Government’s model environmental policy statement, launched in January 1998.

*The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in implementing the Holbrooke package in Kosovo, and in facilitating talks between President Milosevic, the ethnic Albanian leadership and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA).

†*The Lord Pilkington of Oxenford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proposals they have which would affect the place of church representatives on local authority education committees.

Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill [HL]— Second Reading [The Lord McIntosh of Haringey]

Pollution Prevention and Control Bill [HL]— Second Reading [The Lord Whitty]

The Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will consider lowering the minimum age for candidates standing in local elections to eighteen.

TUESDAY 8TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Ashley of Stoke—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they intend to abolish the Benefits Integrity Project, and what are their plans for a replacement.

*The Baroness Ludford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government why their proposed “quality of life” barometer excludes indicators on crime and poverty.

*The Lord Roberts of Conwy—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in negotiating European Union Objective One status for Wales as a whole, or for part of it.

*The Lord Renton of Mount Harry—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they will announce their decisions regarding future legislation for the protection of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Sites of Special Scientific Interest; and what is the proposed timetable for such legislation.

The Lord Gilbert—To move, That this House take note of the conclusions of Her Majesty’s Government’s Strategic Defence Review (Cm 3999).

The Baroness Cox—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their policy towards recent developments in Sudan.

WEDNESDAY 9TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Waddington—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they intend to take to resist attempts by the European Union to become involved in the affairs of the Channel Islands and levels of taxation pertaining there.

*The Lord Morris of Manchester—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the Motability scheme’s contribution to improving the mobility of disabled people.

*The Lord Dormand of Easington—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied with the progress being made in implementing the new deal for the young unemployed.

*The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied with the proposed new arrangements under which the Medicines Control Agency will decide whether a product is a medicine or not.

The Countess of Mar—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their response to the report of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Psychiatrists on organophosphate sheep dips.

†The Lord Kimball—To call attention to the future of the agricultural industry against the background of falls in farm income and in output; and to move for papers.

†The Baroness Cumberlege—To call attention to rising expectations and advances in medical science and their implications for the National Health Service over the next 50 years; and to move for papers.

THURSDAY 10TH DECEMBER

*The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will take steps to discover what proportion of 16 and 17 year olds in detention were, at the time of offending, without legal visible means of support.

*The Lord Clement-Jones—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are considering the regulation, qualification and recruitment of nursing auxiliaries and healthcare assistants.

†*The Baroness Blatch—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they consider that regular balloting on grammar schools will have unsettling effects on the staff and the pupils, especially those taking public examinations.

Social Security Contributions (Transfer of Functions, etc.) Bill [HL]— Second Reading [The Baroness Hollis of Heigham]

The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made towards alleviating the devastation caused by the recent hurricane in Central America.

MONDAY 14TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Pender—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the reason for the proposed division of the Cinque Port of Sandwich into two electoral constituencies for District Council elections.

*The Baroness Sharples—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will take steps to encourage local councils to promote the use of allotments.

*The Lord Morris of Castle Morris—To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they propose to release the result of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s consultation exercise concerning a possible merger between the Library Information Commission and the Museums and Galleries Commission.

*The Earl of Longford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have been able to consider the views of the Lord Chief Justice about the responsibility for the sentencing of life prisoners.

†The Lord Kennet—To ask Her Majesty’s Government to what extent they think NATO actions “out of area” must be in accordance with United Nations and Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe resolutions and international law.

TUESDAY 15TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Renton of Mount Harry—To ask Her Majesty’s Government by what measures they intend to pursue reform of the United Nations and an early resolution to its funding crisis.

*The Lord Quirk—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied with the provision of education in prisons and young offender institutions.

*The Baroness Young—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the balloting system for grammar schools is consistent with their aim of raising standards in schools.

*The Lord Dean of Beswick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they consider that present funding for the Christie Cancer Hospital in Manchester is sufficient to meet the present demand of people requiring cancer treatment at that hospital.

WEDNESDAY 16TH DECEMBER

*The Lord Morris of Manchester—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many service men and women who served in the Gulf War have illnesses still awaiting diagnosis; and what progress is being made in their investigations in relation to these illnesses.

*The Countess of Mar—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they propose to take the same action against meat inspectors and other officials in breach of statutory rules as they have promised to take against private companies.

*The Baroness Gardner of Parkes—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what consultations the Civil Aviation Authority are required to have and what consideration is given to local residents’ views before they authorise helicopter landings in central London.

*The Lord Islwyn—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the £168 million surplus in the Pension Fund of the National Bus Company has now been handed back to the pensioners, and what are the up to date costs in legal fees involving the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions and the official solicitor.

†The Lord Rowallan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their view of the disparity between farm-gate and supermarket prices for food products; and what steps they intend to take to redress this imbalance.

THURSDAY 17TH DECEMBER

*The Earl Russell—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how they propose to monitor the progress of 18-24 year old New Deal clients who have been sanctioned, while their database does not give the length of the sanction or indicate whether benefit has been totally withdrawn.

*The Lord Dean of Beswick—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what are the number of houses they expect to be completed in the next twelve months by (a) local authorities and (b) housing associations.

*The Lord Islwyn—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have made any recent assessment of the cost of train delays and cancellations on the rail network.

NO DAY NAMED

PART I

The Lord Simon of Glaisdale—To move to resolve, That the prolixity of the Statute Book has increased, is increasing and ought to be diminished.

The Lord Phillips of Sudbury—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to implement the recommendations of the final report of the Crick Advisory Group on Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools.

The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made on the institutional and financing reforms, including the re-weighting of votes in the Council of Ministers, necessary for European Union enlargement.

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; and to move for papers.

The Lord Clement-Jones—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Department of Health plan to issue new guidance on MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine in the light of new medical evidence and litigation recently instituted against pharmaceutical companies manufacturing the vaccine.

The Lord Campbell of Croy—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will give advice to police authorities on the circumstances in which police vehicles may exceed speed limits, ignore traffic lights and in other ways disregard the regulations governing traffic on public roads.

The Lord Northbourne—To call attention to the economic and social role of marriage; and to move for papers.

The Lord Morris of Manchester—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress they are making in their investigations into the undiagnosed illnesses of service men and women who served in the Gulf War.

The Lord Morris of Manchester—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what further action they propose to increase the take-up of social security benefits.

The Lord Willoughby de Broke—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they support current proposals for tax harmonisation in the European Union.

The Lord Hardy of Wath—To call attention to the apparent increase in cruelty to animals; 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 Brabazon of Tara—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what further measures they propose to deal with crimes of violence on board aircraft; and how they intend to ensure that those found guilty of such crimes receive appropriate punishments.

The Lord Freyberg—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have in mind a change in the way in which the arts in this country are governed and managed.

The Earl of Longford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their response to the 3rd Report (Session 1997-98) of the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee on Alternatives to Prison Sentences.

The Lord Paul—To call attention to the role of privately owned businesses in the British economy; and to move for papers.

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 carbon dioxide emissions; and to move for papers.

The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein—To call attention to political developments in Latin America; and to move for papers.

The Lord Tope—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are satisfied that adequate measures and inspection arrangements are in force to ensure the safety of university students who rent accommodation.

†The Lord McNally—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what changes in procedure and liaison between the Home Office and the Press Complaints Commission have taken place following their respective inquiries into the circumstances surrounding press serialisation of Cries Unheard concerning the case of Mary Bell.

†The Baroness Knight of Collingtree—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will consider the case for changes in the procedure to deal with alleged disciplinary misdemeanours by hospital doctors or consultants, particularly to speed up the process.

†The Lord Howe of Aberavon—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proposals they have to secure the future of the Baglan Energy Park project in Neath-Port Talbot.

PART II

MOTIONS FOR SHORT DEBATE

[Ballot on 2nd December for debate on 16th December]

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

The Lord Campbell of Croy—To call attention to the amount of crime in the United Kingdom involving theft of road vehicles or breaking into them to steal the contents; and to move for papers.

The Lord Chesham—To call attention to the relations between the United Kingdom and Sierra Leone; and to move for papers.

The Lord Dean of Beswick—To call attention to the case for an accelerated public sector house building programme for houses to rent; and to move for papers.

The Lord Walpole—To call attention to increased time for leisure activities and the pressures and problems this causes; and to move for papers.

The Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede—To call attention to the future defence role of the Western European Union; and to move for papers.

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 Earl Baldwin of Bewdley—To call attention to the case for a scientifically defensible review of the available evidence as part of a public enquiry into all aspects of fluoridating the water supply; and to move for papers.

The Earl of Caithness—To call attention to the impact of the debt-based monetary system on Governments, businesses and individuals; and to move for papers.

The Lord Hylton—To call attention to the case for preventing worldwide proliferation of small arms and controlling the actions of military companies; and to move for papers.

†The Lord Ahmed—To call attention to the case for fresh international initiatives to alleviate the current state of tension between India and Pakistan; and to move for papers.

†The Earl of Sandwich—To call attention to the case for an adequate contribution to the control and prevention of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa; and to move for papers.

†The Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham—To call attention to the humanitarian problems faced by the people of Iraq; and to move for papers.

PART III

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, Session 1997-98, HL Paper 25). [12th September 1997]

The Lord Barnett—To move, That this House take note of the Report of the European Communities Committee on the Reform of the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund (30th Report, Session 1997-98, HL Paper 138). [3rd August]

QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

[Tabled or amended on 1st December]

The Lord Williams of Elvel—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what changes they propose to make in the arrangements for the licensing of pelagic freezer trawlers and pair trawling.      (HL140)

The Lord Williams of Elvel—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what arrangements are being made for registration and licensing of the maximum continuous engine power of fishing vessels.      (HL141)

The Lord Ewing of Kirkford—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what are the composition and terms of reference of the Cabinet Committee on productivity and competitiveness mentioned in the Pre-Budget Report.      (HL142)

The Baroness Turner of Camden—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they intend to publish a White Paper on Modernising Justice.      (HL143)

The Baroness Turner of Camden—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what responses they have received to their consultation paper Rights of audience and rights to conduct litigation; the way ahead.      (HL144)

The Lord Clement-Jones—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what measures they are taking to support the continuing initiatives of the British Medical Association, the General Medical Council and the Royal Medical Colleges to improve the self-regulation of the medical profession.      (HL145)

The Lord Hylton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what sums have been provided in aid to Algeria in each year since 1st January 1992.      (HL146)

The Lord Hylton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what was the value of British arms sales (if any) to Algeria in each year since 1992.      (HL147)

The Lord Hylton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the total amount owed by Algeria under Export Credit Guarantees at the most recent date.      (HL148)

The Lord Hylton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what information they have about the current numbers of people held in Algeria (a) without trial and (b) in concentration camps; and whether any camps are located in former nuclear weapons testing areas.      (HL149)

The Lord Hylton—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what was the outcome of the enquiry ordered by the Independent Commission for Police Complaints into the case of Mr David Adams in Northern Ireland; if there is no such outcome so far, when they expect to receive a report; and whether this will be published.      (HL150)

The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government why they allowed the new Burmese Foreign Minister, U Win Aung, to fly to London on Sunday 22nd November; and whether this contravened the European Union Common Position on Burma, which imposed a ban on entry visas for senior members of the ruling State Peace and Development Council (SPDC).      (HL151)

The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they consulted the European Commission prior to the visit of U Win Aung to London on Sunday 22nd November; and whether the European Commission supported the Government’s action in allowing the visit.      (HL152)

The Lord Moynihan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have received representations from other European Union member states concerning the visit of U Win Aung to London on Sunday 22nd November.      (HL153)

The Lord Rowallan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what consideration has been given to extending the London Underground System to London City Airport.      (HL154)

The Lord Rowallan—To ask Her Majesty’s Government why the Jubilee Line Extension did not go to London City Airport en route to Canning Town.      (HL155)

The Lord Gisborough—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many deaths were caused by BSE in 1997-98; and how many deaths were caused by smoking-related illnesses during the same period.      (HL156)

The Viscount Exmouth—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what disposal methods are being used to stockpile rendered offal from the BSE eradication scheme; and whether they can confirm that such offal has not been or will not be dumped at sea.      (HL157)

The Lord Lester of Herne Hill—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they will publish in the explanatory notes accompanying Government bills their reasons for concluding that bills are compatible or incompatible with Convention Rights within the meaning of section 19 of the Human Rights Act 1998.      (HL158)

The Lord Lester of Herne Hill—To ask Her Majesty’s Government for what period of time they have been considering whether to accept the First Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; and whether they expect to be able to announce their decision before the end of 1998.      (HL159)

The Earl of Carlisle—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many short placements on an ad hoc basis have been allocated by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and other Government departments to the Republic of Estonia to assist in the Pre-Accession negotiations; and when they will be taken up.      (HL160)

The Earl of Carlisle—To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many Chevening Scholarships will be awarded to university students in 1999 from—

The Lord McNair—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress there has been in the normalisation of diplomatic relations with Sudan.       (HL162)

The Lord McNair—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether have any evidence that any of the three suspects in the attempted assassination of President Mubarak of Egypt in June 1995, whose extradition from Sudan was called for in Security Council Resolution 1044, is at present in Sudan.       (HL163)

The Lord McNair—To ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in the attainment of a general cease fire throughout southern Sudan.       (HL164)

The Lord McNair—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in view of the reports on 10th March (HC Deb, col. 462) that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office was unable to validate reports that Sudan had access to chemical weapons capabilities and on 19th March (HL Deb, cols. 818-820) that the Ministry of Defence and the United Nations Special Commission had also found no evidence of Iraqi transfers of weapons of mass destruction or of such technology to the Sudan, nor of chemical weapons facilities or production in Sudan, whether they now have independent evidence that this position has changed in the past seven months.       (HL165)

The Lord McNair—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are able independently to verify claims of genocide in Bahr al-Ghazal in southern Sudan as reported by The Daily Telegraph on 26th May 1998.       (HL166)

The Lord Jopling—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are giving advice to either current or former high profile United Kingdom citizens, who may be contemplating overseas travel, concerning the possibility of extradition proceedings being taken against them whilst they are overseas.      (HL167)

The Lord Jopling—To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they are reviewing invitations to foreign nationals who have been invited to make either State or Official Visits to the United Kingdom, concerning the possibility of extradition proceedings being taken against them whilst in the United Kingdom.      (HL168)

The Lord Jenkin of Roding—To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answers by the Baroness Jay of Paddington on 3rd June (WA 36) and 25th June (WA 44-45), what conclusions they have come to from their consideration of the cases of Decker and Kohll in the European Court of Justice, which concern the rights of citizens of one European Union state to have medical treatment in another European Union state paid for by the authorities of the former state.      (HL169)

BILLS IN PROGRESS

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

Waiting for Second Reading


Waiting for Third Reading

    London Local Authorities [HL]

Sent to the Commons

    Alliance & Leicester plc (Group Reorganisation) [HL]
    City of Westminster [HL]

MEASURE IN PROGRESS

Waiting for Affirmative Resolution

    Cathedrals

AFFIRMATIVE INSTRUMENTS IN PROGRESS

Waiting for consideration by the Joint Committee

    Town and Country Planning (Minerals) (Scotland) Regulations 1998
    Town and Country Planning (Compensation for Restrictions on Mineral Working and Mineral Waste depositing) (Scotland) Regulations 1998
    Draft Advice and Assistance (Assistance by Way of Representation) (Scotland) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 1998
    Draft Criminal Legal Aid (Scotland) (Prescribed Proceedings) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 1998
    Draft Industrial Training Levy (Engineering Construction Board) Order 1999
    Draft Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order 1999
    Draft Financing of Maintained Schools Regulations 1998

Waiting for Affirmative Resolution

    Draft Parliamentary Constituencies (England) (Miscellaneous Changes) Order 1998
    Draft Rates (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998
    Draft Functions of Traffic Wardens (Scotland) Order 1998
    Draft Broadcasting (Restrictions on the Holding of Licences) (Amendment) Order 1998
    Draft Fair Employment and Treatment (Northern Ireland) Order 1998
    Draft Parole Board (Transfer of Functions) Order 1998
    Draft Police Act 1997 (Authorisation of Action in Respect of Property) (Code of Practice) Order 1998
    Draft Police Act 1997 (Notification of Authorisations etc.) Order 1998
    Draft Government of Wales Act 1998 (Housing) (Amendments) Order 1998

DEREGULATION PROPOSAL IN PROGRESS

Order laid under s.1(4) referred to the Deregulation Committee

    Draft Deregulation (Pipe-lines) Order 1999

COMMITTEES

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

in the Committee Corridor as indicated in the daily broadsheets]

WEDNESDAY 2ND DECEMBER

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

THURSDAY 3RD DECEMBER

Science and Technology (Sub-Committee II)10.30 am
(Management of Nuclear Waste)

TUESDAY 8TH DECEMBER

European Communities (Select Committee)4.15 pm
Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee)4.15 pm
Finance and Staff Sub-Committee4.15 pm
in the Moses Room

WEDNESDAY 9TH DECEMBER

Delegated Powers and Deregulation Committee10.30 am
European Communities (Sub-Committee E)4.15 pm

THURSDAY 10TH DECEMBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee B)10.30 am

TUESDAY 15TH DECEMBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee A)10.30 am
Ecclesiastical Committee4.00 pm
(Churchwardens Measure)in the Moses Room
House of Lords’ Offices Committee4.15 pm

WEDNESDAY 16TH DECEMBER

European Communities (Sub-Committee C)10.45 am

 
 
 
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