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Wednesday 13 October 2010

House of Commons

Main Chamber

Time Business
11:30am Subject: Oral Questions

International Development

12:00pm Subject: Prime Minister's Question Time
Subject: Ten Minute Rule Motion - Mr David Nuttall

Public Houses and Private Members’ Clubs (Smoking)

Subject: Legislation

Superannuation Bill - Report stage

Subject: Legislation

Superannuation Bill - Third reading

Subject: Legislation

London Local Authorities Bill [HL] - Second reading

Subject: Motion

To approve an EU document relating to the Draft Budget 2011

Subject: Adjournment - Ms Gisela Stuart

Government policy on the validation of degrees and the University of London’s International Programme

Select Committee

Time Business
9:40am - The Wilson Room, Portcullis House Subject: Education

Behaviour and discipline - Kate Fallon, Association of Educational Psychologists; Professor Pam Maras, British Psychological Society; David Moore; Tom Burkard; and Professor Carl Parsons, University of Greenwich (at 9.40am). Christine Blower, National Union of Teachers; Dr Patrick Roach, NASUWT; Dr Mary Bousted, Association of Teachers and Lecturers; Voice (at 10.40am)

2:30pm - The Grimond Room, Portcullis House Subject: Foreign Affairs

The UK’s foreign policy towards Afghanistan and Pakistan - Michael Semple, Fellow, Harvard University (giving evidence via video link); Matt Waldman, Afghanistan Analyst. James Fergusson, Author and journalist; Joylon Leslie, Aga Khan Foundation (at 3.15pm)

2:30pm - Room 6, Palace of Westminster Subject: Scottish Affairs

Video Games Industry - Dr Richard Wilson, CEO, The Independent Game Developers’ Association, and Michael Rawlinson, Director General, The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment; Paul Durrant, Director of Business Development, University of Abertay Dundee (at 3.30pm)

3:00pm - The Wilson Room, Portcullis House Subject: Northern Ireland Affairs

Bloody Sunday Inquiry - The Rt Hon Lord Saville of Newdigate, Chairman of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

3:00pm - Room 16, Palace of Westminster Subject: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Future Flood and Water Management Legislation - OFWAT (The Water Services Regulation Authority); Consumer Council for Water (at 4.15pm)

3:30pm - Room 15, Palace of Westminster Subject: Public Accounts

A defence estate of the right size to meet operational needs; Strategic financial management of the defence budget - Sir Bill Jeffrey KCB, Permanent Under Secretary, Ursula Brennan, 2nd Permanent Under Secretary, Jon Thompson, Director General, Finance, and David Olney, Deputy Chief Executive, Defence Estates (DE), Ministry of Defence

Westminster Hall

Time Business
9:30am - 11:00am Subject: Margaret Hodge

Housing benefit and local authority budgets

11:00am - 11:30am Subject: Tracey Crouch

Bogus charity bag collections

2:30pm - 4:00pm Subject: Mark Pritchard

Public trust in police forces

4:00pm - 4:30pm Subject: Chris Heaton-Harris

Government policy on energy from onshore wind turbines

4:30pm - 5:00pm Subject: Daniel Kawczynski

Future of coal-burning power stations

House of Lords

Main Chamber

Time Business
3:00pm Subject: Oral Questions

Level of English required for students coming to the UK to study

Subject: Oral Questions

Future regulation of human fertilisation and embryology

Subject: Oral Questions

Ensuring cyclists abide by the Highway Code

Subject: Oral Questions

Parliamentary Voting and Constituencies Bill

Subject: Debate

Report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

Grand Committee

Select Committee

Time Business
10:30am - Room 4A, Palace of Westminster Subject: Constitution

- Nick Clegg MP, Deputy Prime Minister.

10:45am - Room 3A, Palace of Westminster Subject: Home Affairs (EU Sub-Committee F)

- James Brokenshire MP, on the Implementation of the Stockholm Programme.

4:05pm - Room 2A, Palace of Westminster Subject: Justice and Institutions (EU Sub-Committee E)

The workload of the Court of Justice of the European Union - Professor Anthony Arnull, University of Birmingham.

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