This Week in Parliament

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TODAY

Commons: Defence questions; President of Council and Commons Commission questions; remaining stages of Crime and Disorder Bill; adjournment debate on Essex fishing and cockle industry (David Amess, Con, Southend West)

Lords: Registered Establishments (Scotland) Bill (committee stage); National Lottery Bill (consideration of Commons amendments); unstarred question -treatment of vulnerable or intimidated witnesses in criminal justice system (Baroness Byford)

TOMORROW

Commons: Scottish questions; Lord Chancellor's questions; remaining stages of Crime and Disorder Bill; adjournment debate on international law in Israeli-occupied territories (Richard Burden, Lab, Birmingham Northfield)

Lords Teaching and Higher Education Bill (Commons amendments); unstarred question - release of Guardsmen Fisher and Wright (Lord Campbell of Alloway)

WEDNESDAY

Commons: Adjournment debates: crime in London (Keith Darvill, Lab, Upminster); vitamin B6 (Keith Simpson, Con, Mid Norfolk); Rotherham and Mexborough travel-to-work area (John Healey, Lab, Wentworth); Parachute Regiment (Gerald Howarth, Con, Aldershot); care and respite facilities for people with learning disabilities (Eric Illsley, Lab, Barnsley Central); Welsh questions; Ten minute rule Bill: Sale of Alcohol to Young Persons (Prohibition) Bill (Paul Truswell, Lab, Pudsey); questions to Prime Minister; Human Rights Bill committee stage; adjournment debate on coastal erosion (Adrian Sanders (Lib Dem, Torbay)

Lords: Sea Fisheries (Shellfish) (Amendment) Bill (Third Reading) committee stage (first day).

THURSDAY

Commons: Treasury Questions; Liberal Democrat debate on motion seeking extra debating time for backbench Energy Efficiency Bill and Private Hire Vehicles (London) Bill; SNP motion on government strategy on social welfare; adjournment debate on environmental protection for Forest of Dean (Diana Organ, Lab, Forest of Dean)

Lords: Northern Ireland (Sentences) Bill (second reading, if brought from the Commons.)

FRIDAY

Commons: No sitting. MPs have constituency day.

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