This Week in Parliament

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TODAY

Commons: Questions on Culture, Media and Sport, Millennium Experience, Church Commissioners and Public Accounts Commission; debate opened by Tories on the economy and class sizes; short debate on Government support for Wembley Stadium.

Lords: Fireworks Bill, third reading; Northern Ireland (Sentences) Bill, second reading; Church of England National Institutions Measure;

Public Interest Disclosure Bill, third reading.

TOMORROW

Commons: Health questions; Finance Bill, report.

Lords: Pesticides Bill, third reading; School Standards and Framework Bill, report; debate on promotion of the Council of Europe.

WEDNESDAY 1 July

Commons sits at 9.30am for backbench debates on: Guidance for gap year students; 50th anniversary year of the National Health Service; Pedlars; Government response to report on "reefs at risk"; Future of Oxted and Limpsfield (War Memorial) Hospital.

At 2.30pm International Development questions.

At 3pm questions to the Prime Minister.

Finance Bill, remaining stages;

Teacher and Higher Education Bill (Lords amendment)

Lords: Road Traffic Reduction (National Targets) Bill, third reading; Government of Wales Bill, report; debate on indebted poor countries.

THURSDAY 2 July

Commons: Agriculture questions; Attorney General questions; Human Rights Bill, committee; Data Protection Bill, remaining stages.

Lords: School Standards and Framework Bill, report.

FRIDAY 3 July

Commons:

Backbench business:

Waste Minimisation Bill, third reading.

Energy Conservation (Housing) Bill, third reading.

Weights and Measures (Beer and Cider) Bill, report.

Lords: Not sitting.

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