Next week in Parliament

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THE main business includes:

MONDAY - Commons: Questions to Transport ministers and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Debate on 'the economic, environmental and proliferation implications of a decision to bring Thorp into operation'. Debate on regional development. Debate on Members' Interests Select Committee reports on registration and declaration of MPs' financial interests and parliamentary lobbying. Lords: Probation Service Bill, Second Reading. Health Service Commissioners Bill, Second Reading. European Communities (Amendment) Bill, Committee. Osteopaths Bill, Third Reading. Local Government (Amendment) Bill, Committee. Bail (Amendment) Bill, remaining stages. Fishing Vessels (Safety Improvement Grants) Scheme.

TUESDAY - Commons: Employment and Prime Ministers' questions. Criminal Justice Bill, remaining stages. Disclosure of Interests in Shares (Amendment) Regulations. Lords: European Communities (Amendment) Bill, Committee. New Towns (Amendment) Bill, Report. Merchant Shipping (Registration) Bill, Third Reading. Road Traffic (Driving Instruction by Disabled Persons) Bill, Second Reading. Noise and Statutory Nuisance Bill, Second Reading.

WEDNESDAY - Commons: Environment questions. European Parliamentary Elections Bill, Second Reading. Lords: European Communities (Amendment) Bill, Committee. Debate on income support for pregnant 18- to 24-year-olds.

THURSDAY - Commons: Northern Ireland questions. Prime Minister's questions. Debate on law and order. Lords: Asylum and Immigration Appeals Bill, Commons amendment. Railways Bill, Committee. Debate on school tests.

FRIDAY - Commons: Backbench legislation - Right to Know Bill, Report, and Freedom and Responsiblity of the Press Bill, Report. Lords: Not sitting.

BUSINESS TODAY - Commons: Debate on health and welfare of children. Lords: Not sitting.

FRENCH ELECTRICITY: Net imports across the Channel Interconnector in the three months to April 1993 were 4.29TWH, Tim Eggar, Minister of State at Trade and Industry, said. The future pattern will depend on commercial contracts.