Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 9 January 2012

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Monday 9 January 2012
The House of Commons was in recess. The House next sat on Tuesday 10 January 2012.
Tuesday 10 January 2012
TimeBusiness
Legislation
European Union Membership (Economic Implications) Bill [HL] - First reading - Mr Philip Hollobone
Legislation
Local Government Finance Bill - Second reading
2.30pmOral Questions
Health, including Topical Questions
Statement
High-Speed Rail - Justine Greening
Statement
Scotland's Constitutional Future - Michael Moore
Legislation
Park Homes (Site Owner Licensing) Bill - First reading - Stephen Gilbert
Adjournment
Rail services between Clitheroe, Blackburn and Manchester - Mr Jack Straw
Wednesday 11 January 2012
TimeBusiness
11.30amOral Questions
Scotland
12pmPrime Minister's Question Time
Statement
Breast Implants - Mr Andrew Lansley
Ten Minute Rule Motion
Trade Union Officials (Refund of Pay to Employers) - Jesse Norman
Debate
(Opposition day) [Un-allotted day] – (i) Railfares and the cost of living (ii) Energy Prices and the cost of living
Adjournment
Government policy on the drug khat - Mark Lancaster
Thursday 12 January 2012
TimeBusiness
10.30amOral Questions
Transport, including Topical Questions, Women and Equalities
Business Statement
Leader of the House
Backbench Business
(i) Motion relating to statutory code of practice for pub companies (ii) Motion relating to parliamentary representation
Adjournment
Academy status of Haringey primary schools - Mr David Lammy
Friday 13 January 2012
TimeBusiness
Business
The House is not expected to sit today
Central Lobby

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