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Monday 16th July 2012 | 08:49
11.30am: Health questions (topicals at 12.15pm).
Ten minute rule motion: Cosmetic Surgery (Minimum Standards) Bill (Ann Clywd, Lab, Cynon Valley).
Backbench business debate: Prime minister’s adviser on ministers' interests.
Motion on the summer recess adjournment. Contributions will be grouped as follows: Department of Health issues; Foreign and Commonwealth Office issues; Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs issues; and General Debate.
For the first three parts, a minister from the Department will respond. The final part of the debate will enable MPs to raise any other subjects. The names of those MPs and the subjects to be raised are listed at http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmfbusi/b01.htm.
Motion to establish Monday Westminster Hall sittings (4.30pm-7.30pm) to discuss e-petitions decided by the Backbench Business Committee (no debate after 7.00pm).as
Presentation of public petition on access to homeopathic medicines (Jim Shannon, DUP, Strangford).
Adjournment debate on bail conditions for those charged with dangerous or careless driving (Greg Mulholland MP, Lib Dem, Leeds North West).
The House rises for the summer recess, returning Monday September 3.
9.30am – 11.00am: Zimbabwe and blood diamonds (Peter Hain MP, Lab, Neath).
11.00am - 11.30am: Use of stop and search by the Metropolitan Police (Heidi Alexander MP (Lab, Lewisham East).
2.30pm – 4.00pm: Rail and High Speed 2 connectivity with Heathrow (Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, Con, The Cotswolds).
4.00pm - 4.30pm: Government policy on Cyprus (David Burrowes MP, Con, Enfield, Southgate).
4.30pm – 5.00pm: Further education loans (Tristram Hunt MP, Lab, Stoke-on-Trent Central).
Treasury Committee (10.00am, Wilson room).
Subject: Bank of England June 2012 financial stability report.
Witnesses: Sir Mervyn King, governor, Paul Tucker, deputy governor, Donald Kohn, and Lord Turner, members of the interim financial policy committee, Bank of England.
Culture, Media and Sport Committee (10.30am, room 8).
Subject: Football governance: Follow up.
Witnesses: Malcolm Clarke, chair, and Steve Powell, director of policy, Football Supporters Federation, David Lampitt, chief executive, and Tom Hall, head of England and Wales, Supporters Direct; Greg Clarke, chair, and Andy Williamson, chief operating officer, Football League, and Roger Burden, chair, National Game Board (at 11.30 am); David Bernstein, chair, and Alex Horne, general secretary, Football Association (at 12.30pm).
Home Affairs Committee (10.30am, room 15).
Subject: (i) Independent Police Complaints Commission; (ii) Olympic security.
Witnesses: (i) Shamik Dhutta, and Megan Phillips, Police Action Lawyers Group; Doreen Lawrence (at 11.00am); Dame Anne Owers, chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission (at 11.30am); (ii) Nick Buckles, chief executive, and Ian Horseman-Sewell, global events specialist, G4S (at 12.00pm).
Business, Innovation and Skills Committee (11.30am, Thatcher room).
Subject: Bank lending and business growth.
Witness: Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Health Committee (1.15pm, Wilson room).
Subject: Social care.
Witnesses: Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP, Secretary of State, and Shaun Gallagher, acting director general of social care, Department of Health.
Energy and Climate Change Committee (2.30pm, room 6).
Subject: DECC: Departmental priorities.
Witnesses: Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State, Moira Wallace, permanent secretary, Phil Wynn Owen, director general, international climate change and energy efficiency, and Simon Virley, director general, energy markets and infrastructure, Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (2.30pm, room 15).
Subject: Milk prices.
Witnesses: Dairy Crest, Asda Stores Ltd, and Manswel Raymond, Pembrokeshire dairy farmer.
Scottish Affairs Committee (2.30pm, room 16).
Subject: Blacklisting in employment.
Witnesses: Gangmasters Licensing Authority; Food and Drink Federation, and National Farmers' Union Scotland (at 4.00pm).
Public Bill Committee
Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill Committee (9.00am & 1.30pm, room 12).
Subject: Further to consider the Bill.