Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 8 February 2016

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Monday 8 February 2016
Subject: Airport expansion in the South East
Witness(es): Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, Secretary of State, Department for Transport Lucy Chadwick, Director General of International, Security and Environment, Department for Transport Caroline Low, Director of Airport Capacity, Department for Transport
4pmCommunities and Local Government
Subject: DCLG's consultation on National Planning Policy
Witness(es): Kate Henderson, Chief Executive, Town and Country Planning Association Richard Blyth, Head of Policy, Practice and Research, Royal Town Planning Institute Shaun Spiers, Chief Executive, Campaign to Protect Rural England London First National Housing Federation Peter Andrew, Deputy Chairman, Home Builders Federation Councillor Martin Tett, Vice-Chair, Local Government Association Environment, Economy, Housing and Transport Board, and Leader of Buckinghamshire County Council
4pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Follow-up on Transforming contract management
Witness(es): Mark Sedwill, Permanent Secretary, Home Office John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, and Permanent secretary, Cabinet Office Richard Heaton, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice
4pmWelsh Affairs
Subject: Broadcasting in Wales
Witness(es): Martin Shipton, Chief Reporter, Media Wales Alan Edmunds, Editor-in-Chief, Media Wales and Western Mail
4.15pmSub-Committee on Education, Skills and the Economy
Subject: Careers advice, information and guidance
Witness(es): Professor Louise Archer, Director of ASPIRES 2 Project, King’s College London Professor Sir John Holman, Senior Adviser in Education, Gatsby Foundation Professor Ann Hodgson, Co-Director of Centre for Post-14 Education and Work, University College London Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE, Principal Research Fellow, University of Warwick Dr Mary Bousted, General Secretary, Association of Teachers and Lecturers Sian Carr, Vice President, Association of School and College Leaders Martin Doel OBE, Chief Executive, Association of Colleges Marcus Mason, Head of Business, Education and Skills, British Chambers of Commerce
Tuesday 9 February 2016
10.15amInternational Development
Subject: DFID's allocation of resources
Witness(es): Brenda Killen, Deputy Director, Development Co-operation Directorate, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Dr Paul Clist, Lecturer in Development Economics, University of East Anglia Simon Gill, Director, Budget Strengthening Initiative, Overseas Development Institute Ben Jackson, Chief Executive, Bond
10.30amForeign Affairs
Subject: Libya: examination of intervention and collapse and the UK’s future policy options
2.15pmScience and Technology
Subject: Satellites and space
Witness(es): Stuart Martin, Chief Executive Officer, Satellite Applications Catapult Andy Green, President, UKspace Dr David Parker, Chief Executive, UK Space Agency Joanne Wheeler, Partner, Bird & Bird Professor John Remedios, Director, National Centre for Earth Observation Dr Christopher Mutlow, Director, STFC-RAL Space
2.30pmBackbench Business
Subject: Proposals for backbench debates
Subject: Public Health post-2013 – structures, organisation, funding and delivery
Witness(es): Jonathan McShane, Chair, Public Health System Group/Local Government Association Julie Wood, Chief Executive, NHS Clinical Commissioners Dr Andrew Furber, President, Association of Directors of Public Health Professor John Ashton CBE, President, Faculty of Public Health
3pmForeign Affairs
Subject: Libya: examination of intervention and collapse and the UK’s future policy options
Wednesday 10 February 2016
9.30amWork and Pensions
Subject: Pensions automatic enrolment
Witness(es): Sara Graff, Taxing nannies Katharine Swire Aileen Broomfield
9.30amDefence Sub-Committee
Subject: Military exercises and the duty of care
Witness(es): Air Commodore (retd) Stephen Anderton, former Commander RAF Regiment Brigadier (retd) Matthew Porter, Royal Marines
10.30amScience and Technology
Subject: Zika Virus
10.30amWomen and Equalities
Subject: Gender Pay Gap
Witness(es): Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities Nick Boles MP, Minister of State for Skills
2.30pmPublic Accounts
Subject: DFID's management of crises
Witness(es): Sandrine Tiller, Programmes Advisor, Médecins Sans Frontières Fergus Drake, Executive Director, Global Programmes, Save the Children Ben Webster, Head of Emergencies, British Red Cross Mark Lowcock, Permanant Secretary, Department for International Development Joy Hutcheon, Director General for Corporate Performance Group Lindy Cameron, Acting Director General
Subject: Private Members’ Bills
3.30pmEuropean Scrutiny
Subject: UK Government's renegotiation of EU membership: parliamentary sovereignty and scrutiny
Witness(es): Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, Secretary of State
Thursday 11 February 2016
9.30amPublic Accounts
Subject: Corporate tax deals
Witness(es): Matt Brittin, President, Google EMEA Tom Hutchinson, Vice President, Google Inc. Dame Lin Homer, Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary, HM Revenue and Customs Jim Harra, Director General Business Tax, HM Revenue and Customs Edward Troup, Tax Assurance Commissioner, HM Revenue and Customs
2.30pmCulture, Media and Sport
Subject: Establishing World-Class Connectivity Throughout the UK
Witness(es): Malcolm Corbett, Chief Executive, Independent Networks Co-operative Association Graham Long, Chairman, Broadband for Rural Devon and Somerset William Perrin, Connect8 Dr Charles Trotman Senior Business & Economics Adviser, Country Land & Business Association
Friday 12 February 2016
The House of Commons will be in recess. The House will next sit on Monday 22 February 2016.

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