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Monday 25th June 2012 | 09:21
11.30am: Wales questions.
12 noon: Prime minister's questions.
Presentation of the following Bills:
Presentation of the House of Lords Reform Bill (Nick Clegg, deputy prime minister).
Recall of Elected Representatives Bill (Zac Goldsmith, Con, Richmond Park).
European Union ACT 2011 (Amendment) Bill (William Cash, Con, Stone).
Committee stage (day 3) and remaining stages of the Electoral Registration and Administration Bill.
Motion to approve the draft Police and Crime Commissioner Elections (Functions of Returning Officers) Regulations 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Police and Crime Commissioner Elections Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Inland Waterways Advisory Council (Abolition) Order 2012.
Motion to take note of the draft directive on minimum standards for the protection of victims of crime.
Motion on the proceedings of the Welsh Grand Committee.
Adjournment debate on the future of Coryton oil refinery (Stephen Metcalfe MP, Con, South Basildon and East Thurrock).
9.30am – 11.00am: Effects of council tax benefit localisation (Yvonne Fovargue MP, Lab, Makerfield).
11.00am – 11.30am: Human rights in Kashmir (Denis MacShane MP, Ind, Rotherham).
2.30pm – 4.00pm: Centenary of the birth of Alan Turing (Dr Julian Huppert MP, Lib Dem, Cambridge).
4.00pm – 4.30pm: No debate.
4.30pm – 5.00pm: Network Rail policy on lineside vegetation (Jeremy Corbyn MP, Lab, Islington North).
Education Committee (9.30am, Wilson room).
Subject: Behaviour and discipline in schools.
Witnesses: Charlie Taylor, government expert adviser on behaviour in schools; Nick Gibb MP, minister of state for schools, Department for Education (at 10.30am).
Work and Pensions Committee (9.30am, Grimond room).
Subject: Youth unemployment and the Government’s Youth Contract.
Witnesses: Education Funding Agency, Local Government Association, National Apprenticeships Service and Skills Funding Agency.
Defence Committee (2.30pm, Wilson room)
Subject: Defence and cyber-security.
Witnesses: Francis Maude MP, minister for the Cabinet Office and James Quinault, director, Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance.
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (2.30pm, room 16).
Subject: Air quality.
Witnesses: Matthew Pencharz, advisor for environment and political affairs, Greater London Authority , Elliot Treharne, air quality manager, Greater London Authority and Simon Birkett, founder and director, Clean Air in London; Dr Colin Powlesland, environment and business manager, the Environment Agency , Daniel Instone, head of atmosphere and Local Government Programme, Defra, Dr Sarah Honour, head of the Air Quality Evidence Team and Steven Beard, director of operations, Blaby District Council (at 3.15pm).
Scottish Affairs Committee (2.30pm, room 8).
Subject: The referendum on separation for Scotland.
Witnesses: Reform Scotland.
Public Accounts Committee (5.00pm, room 15).
Subject: Tax disputes / new governance package.
Witnesses: Lin Homer, chief executive and permanent secretary, Dave Hartnett, permanent secretary for tax, Jim Harra, director general business tax, HMRC.
European Standing Committee B (8.55am, room 10).
Subject: To take note of European Union Documents No. 14879/11 and Addenda 1 to 3, relating to the Commission Report on the Protection of the European Union’s financial interests: Fight against fraud-Annual Report 2010, together with two unnumbered Reports from the European Court of Auditors dated 10 November 2011, relating to the Annual Report on the Activities Funded by the Eighth, Ninth and Tenth European Development Funds in the financial year 2010, and the Annual Report on the implementation of the budget concerning the financial year 2010.