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Week beginning Monday 28 November 2011

Monday 28 November 2011
2.30pmOral Questions
Definitive cessation of all armed action by ETA
Health Lottery
Export and re-export of arms and software or technologies that can be used against civilian populations
Appointing a minister to deal specifically with youth unemployment
Health and Social Care Bill - Committee of the whole House (Day 8) - Earl Howe
Report of the EU Committee on distribution of food products to the most deprived persons in the EU, recommending a Reasoned Opinion
Tuesday 29 November 2011
2.30pmOral Questions
Implications of the Arab Spring for religious minorities in the countries concerned
Number of people in police custody during the past 12 months, and how many of them were black or Asian
EU scrutiny of member state budgets
Protection of Freedoms Bill - Committee of the whole House - Lord Henley
Wednesday 30 November 2011
3pmOral Questions
Payment of interns
Holding Interpol to account
North Liverpool Community Justice Centre
Health and Social Care Bill - Committee of the whole House (Day 9) - Earl Howe
Short Debate
Integration and extremism in the UK
Thursday 1 December 2011
11amOral Questions
Shortage of homes for rent
Contribution made by Pakistan as the front-line state in the "war on terror"
UK Border Agency management of foreign national prisoners
Front-line nursing care
Proposals for international development policy
Report of the Select Committee on HIV and AIDS in the United Kingdom
Friday 2 December 2011
No business has been announced for this day.

Future Parliamentary business is provisional and is subject to change.