Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 27 February 2012

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Monday 27 February 2012
2.30pmOral Questions
Turning left at a red traffic light
Reducing waste of organs for transplantation
Investment in British film development and production by all major UK broadcasters
Proposals for improving outcomes-led neurological services following the National Audit Office's December report
Health and Social Care Bill - Report stage (Day 3) - Earl Howe
Short Debate
Consumer information and low cost flights
Tuesday 28 February 2012
2.30pmOral Questions
Role and future of the Middle East Quartet
Whether new monitoring standards in Local Authorities will have an impact on vexatious and frivolous cases, and whistleblowing
Devolution of powers to the National Assembly for Wales
Preventing the booklet 'Pure Manhood: How to become the man God wants you to be' being used as part of the school curriculum
Public Services (Social Enterprise and Social Value) Bill - Third reading - Lord Newby
Scotland Bill - Committee of the whole House (Day 3) - Lord Wallace of Tankerness
Urgent Question on the Health and Social Care Bill
10pmEstimated Rising Time
Wednesday 29 February 2012
Trusts (Capital and Income) Bill Bill [HL] - First reading
3pmOral Questions
Cost of asbestos related court cases in the UK
Maintaining and securing the UK’s long-standing friendships with Caribbean nations
Payments of compensation under the provisions of the Pneumoconiosis Etc. (Workers’ Compensation) Act 1979
Progress made by the Work Programme in helping people to find employment
Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims (Amendment) Bill - Third reading - Lord Laming
Health and Social Care Bill - Report stage (Day 4) - Earl Howe
Welfare Reform Bill - Consideration of Commons amendments - Lord Freud
Thursday 1 March 2012
Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) Bill - First reading
11amOral Questions
Discussions with the First Minister of Wales on the a referendum on Scottish
Improving access to occupational health services including early intervention physiotherapy
Reducing reoffending
Provision of accommodation for families of service personnel
International Women's Day
Communications Committee report on the governance and regulation of the BBC
House of Lords Reform Bill [HL] - Third reading - Lord Steel of Aikwood
7pmEstimated Rising Time
Friday 2 March 2012
No business has been announced for this day.

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