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Monday 2nd July 2012 | 09:20
2.30pm: Justice questions (topicals at 3.15pm).
Ten minute rule motion: Honours (Equality of Titles for Partners) Bill (Oliver Colville MP, Con, Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport).
Conclusion of the remaining stages of the Finance Bill (day 2).
Motion to approve the draft Terrorism Act 2000 (Video Recording with Sound of Interviews and Associated Code of Practice) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Terrorism Act 2000 (Codes of Practice for the Exercise of Stop and Search Powers) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Revision of Codes C, G and H) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Education (Amendment of the Curriculum Requirements for Fourth Key Stage) (England) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Green Deal (Energy Efficiency Improvements) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Green Deal Framework (Disclosure, Acknowledgment, Redress etc.) Regulations 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Green Deal (Qualifying Energy Improvements) Order 2012.
Motion to approve the draft Electricity and Gas (Energy Company Obligation) Order 2012.
Motion to take note of a European Union document on financial management.
Adjournment debate on violence against health workers (Nic Dakin MP, Lab, Scunthorpe).
9.30am – 11.00am: Future electoral arrangements for the National Assembly for Wales (Paul Murphy MP, Lab, Torfaen).
11.00am – 12.30pm: East Anglia Rail (Dr Thérèse Coffey MP, Con, Suffolk Coastal).
12.30pm – 1.00pm: No debate.
1.00pm – 1.30pm: Surrey Police (Dominic Raab MP, Con, Esher and Walton).
1.30pm – 2.00pm: Children in developing countries without parental care and the Millennium Development Goals (Virendra Sharma MP, Lab, Ealing Southall).
Treasury Committee (10.00am, Thatcher room).
Subject: Macroprudential tools.
Witnesses: Professor Jagjit Chadha, University of Kent, Jeremy Palmer, head of Financial Policy, Building Societies Association, and British Bankers' Association.
Energy and Climate Change Committee (10.15am, room 16).
Subject: The road to UNFCCC COP 18 and beyond.
Witnesses: Gregory Barker MP, minister of state, Pete Betts, director, International Climate Change, and David Capper, head, International Climate Policy Team, Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Business, Innovation and Skills Committee (10.30am, room 6).
Subject: Trade and investment: Brazil.
Witness: Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint, minister of state, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, and Nick Baird, chief executive officer, UK Trade and Industry.
Culture, Media and Sport Committee (10.30am, room 8).
Subject: Broadband Delivery UK.
Witnesses: Ed Vaizey MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state, and Simon Towler, head of spectrum and broadband, Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and Robert Sullivan, chief executive, Broadband Delivery UK.
International Development Committee (10.30am, room 5).
Subject: The future of Afghanistan: Development progress and prospects after 2014.
Witnesses: Stuart Gordon, London School of Economics, Gerard Russell, Afghanistan analyst, and David Loyn, Afghanistan and development correspondent, BBC; Orzala Ashraf, Independent Civil Society activist, David Page, Afghanaid, Mervyn Lee, Mercy Corps and Howard Mollett, CARE International (at 11.30am).
Public Administration Committee (10.30am, room 15).
Subject: Chair of the Charity Commission valedictory hearing.
Witness: Dame Suzi Leather, chair, Charity Commission.
Welsh Affairs Committee (10.30am, Wilson room).
Subject: Cross-border road and rail connectivity.
Witnesses: First Great Western, and Arriva Trains Wales; Network Rail (at 11.15am).
Transport Committee (10.45am, room 17).
Subject: Road freight.
Witnesses: Jack Semple, director of policy, Road Haulage Association, Theo de Pencier, chief executive, and Karen Dee, director of policy, Freight Transport Association and Nigel Cook, managing director, Elddis Transport; Mike Penning MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state, Department for Transport (at 11.30am).
Home Affairs Committee (11.00am, Grimond room).
Subject: (i) Localised child grooming (ii) Valuing the police (iii) Drugs.
Witnesses: (i) Tim Loughton MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state, Home Office; (ii) Sir Denis O’Connor, outgoing HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary (at 11.30am); (iii) Richard Bradshaw, director of Offender Health, and Digby Griffith, director of National Operational Services, National Offender Management Service (at 12.00 noon); Kenneth Clarke MP, Lord Chancellor and secretary of state for justice (at 12.30pm).
Back Bench Business Committee (12.00 noon, room 7).
Subject: Proposals for backbench debate.
Witnesses: Members of Parliament.
Defence Committee (2.45pm, Grimond room).
Subject: Defence implications of possible Scottish independence.
Witnesses: Lt. Col (retd) Stuart Crawford and Professor Malcolm Chalmers.
Liaison Committee (4.00pm, Wilson room).
Subject: Evidence from the prime minister.
Witness: David Cameron MP, prime minister.
Environmental Audit Committee (7.00pm, Grimod room).
Subject: Protecting the Arctic.
Witness: Professor Richard Steiner, Oasis Earth (via video link).
European and General Committees
Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill Committee (10.30am and 4.00pm, room 12).
Subject: Further to consider the bill.
Third Delegated Legislation Committee (10.30am, room 9).
Subject: Draft Armed Forces Act (Continuation) Order 2012.
Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee (10.30am, room 11).
Subject: Draft Neighbourhood Planning (Referendums) Regulations 2012.
Tenth Delegated Legislation Committee (10.30am, room 10).
Subject: Draft Police and Crime Panels (Modification of Functions) Regulations 2012.
Sixth Delegated Legislation Committee (4.30pm, room 9).
Subject: Draft Broadcasting (Local Digital Television Programme Services and Independent Productions) (Amendment) Order 2012.
Eleventh Delegated Legislation Committee (4.30pm, room 14).
Subject: Draft Public Bodies (Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission: Abolition and Transfer of Functions) Order 2012.
Twelfth Delegated Legislation Committee (4.30pm, room 16).
Subject: Fishing Boats (Satellite-Tracking Devices and Electronic Reporting) (England) Scheme 2012.
European Standing Committee A (4.30pm, room 10).
Subject: To take note of European Union Document No. 13943/11, a draft Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council setting up an information exchange mechanism with regard to intergovernmental agreements between Member States and third countries in the field of energy.