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Committee holds session on Prisons in Wales and treatment of Welsh offenders
MPs debate building sustainable GP services
Debate scheduled by Backbench Business Committee following bid from Derek Twigg and Caroline Lucas
Magna Carta in Parliament
Unification of surviving original copies and launch of new exhibition
MPs to debate improving cancer outcomes
Backbench Business debate to take place in Commons Chamber on 5 February 2015
Energy and Climate Change, including Topical Questions
Leader of the House
(i) Building sustainable GP services (ii) Improving cancer outcomes
(i) Debate on the Fourth Report from the Political And Constitutional Reform Committee, session 2014-15: Voter engagement in the UK (HC 232 2014-15), and the Government response (HC 1037 2014-15), and the Sixth Report from the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee, session 2014-15: Voter Engagement in the UK: follow up (HC 938 2014-15)(ii) Debate on the First Report from the Work And Pensions Committee, session 2014-15: Employment and Support Allowance And Work Capability Assessments (HC 302 2014-15), and the Government response (Cm 8967 2014-15)
Draft Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Communications Data) (Amendment) Order 2015
to consider the Bill
Prisons in Wales and treatment of Welsh offenders - Heledd Williams, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh Language Society) and Cen Llwyd, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh Language Society); Meri Huws, Comisiynydd y Gymraeg (Welsh Language Commissioner)
Russian armed forces
Supporting women suffering from postnatal depression
Promoting housing on brownfield land, rather than greenfield sites
National Gallery’s decision to privatise their visitor services
Pension Schemes Bill - Third reading - Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth
Deregulation Bill - Report stage (Day 2) - Lord Wallace of Saltaire
Improvement of maternity care and training of maternity staff
No business announced for today
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