Business in the Chamber at 11.00am
Prayers by the Bishop of Rochester (5 mins)
Baroness Featherstone and Lord Hague of Richmond will be introduced.
Oral questions (30 mins)
* Lord Holmes of Richmond to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of when 100 per cent of the United Kingdom population will be able to enjoy the benefits of reliable superfast broadband. (Baroness Neville-Rolfe, DCMS)
* Lord Beecham to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the provision of food banks at, and the distribution of food to people in need by, NHS hospitals. (Lord Prior of Brampton, CO)
* Lord Campbell-Savours to ask Her Majesty’s Government what further consideration they are giving to introducing national identity cards. (Lord Bates, HO)
* Baroness Helic to ask Her Majesty’s Government what are the implications for the United Kingdom strategy in Syria of the shooting down of the Russian plane by Turkish forces. (Baroness Anelay of St Johns, FCO)
Oral Statement repeat
Immediately after the formal motions Baroness Stowell of Beeston will repeat a statement entitled ‘Response to FAC report on Syria’.
Business expected to be brief
Business of the House motion – Baroness Stowell of Beeston
Order of Consideration motion – Baroness Evans of Bowes Park
Order of Consideration motion – Lord Nash
Baroness Deech to move that this House takes note of the protection of freedom of speech in universities. (Time-limited to 2½ hours)
B Warwick of Undercliffe
B Garden of Frognal
5 B Butler-Sloss
L O'Shaughnessy (Maiden Speech)
L Leigh of Hurley
10 L Trevethin and Oaksey (Maiden Speech)
L Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood
L Hastings of Scarisbrick
15 L Singh of Wimbledon
L Lester of Herne Hill
20 L Judd
L Blair of Boughton
B Sharp of Guildford
B Evans of Bowes Park
25 B Deech
Except for Baroness Deech (15 minutes), Lord Mendelsohn and Baroness Sharp of Guildford (10 minutes) and Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (20 minutes), all speeches are limited to 4 minutes.
Topical Question for Short debate
Baroness Mobarik to ask the Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of the attacks in Paris on 13 November, what steps they plan to take to foster links between communities, as part of their counter-terrorism strategy. (Time-limited to 60 minutes)
L Harris of Haringey
5 Bp Rochester
L Stone of Blackheath
10 L Kennedy of Southwark
L Ahmad of Wimbledon
Except for Baroness Mobarik (10 minutes) and Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon (12 minutes), all speeches are limited to 4 minutes.
Lord Crisp to move that this House takes note of the case for building a health-creating society in the United Kingdom where all sectors contribute to creating a healthy and resilient population. (Time-limited to 2½ hours)
B Jay of Paddington
B Williams of Crosby
B Campbell of Surbiton
5 B Redfern (Maiden Speech)
B Masham of Ilton
L Foster of Bath (Maiden Speech)
L Alton of Liverpool
10 Bp Bristol
B Lane-Fox of Soho
L Smith of Hindhead (Maiden Speech)
15 B Neuberger
20 L Hunt of Kings Heath
L Prior of Brampton
Except for Lord Crisp (15 minutes), Lord Hunt of Kings Heath and Baroness Walmsley (10 minutes) and the Lord Prior of Brampton (20 minutes), all speeches are limited to 5 minutes.
Estimated rising time
The House is expected to rise at 7.00pm.
Estimated Rising Time:
Statements: Immediately after the formal motions Baroness Stowell of Beeston will repeat a statement entitled ‘Response to FAC report on Syria’.
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