Hybrid Proceedings

Most types of business now have speakers' lists. Members who are on a speakers’ list to take part in a hybrid proceeding remotely will be contacted directly with the link to join that proceeding.

Members are now required to choose their mode of participation - physical or remote - when adding their name to a speakers’ list. In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once a list has closed. If members send speaking requests by email and do not specify a mode of participation it will be assumed that they intend to take part remotely. If there are more members wishing to take part physically than there are spaces in the Chamber it will be for each individual party/group to determine which of their members make the final speakers' list.

Speakers' lists for debates can be found here. Speakers' lists for oral questions, statements, PNQs and UQs can be found here. You can also click on the relevant section of the menu bar towards the top of this page.

The full Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance on hybrid proceedings can be found here.

Oral Questions, Statements, UQs and PNQs

Members who wish to sign up to speak will need to log in here and then add their name below.

The full Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance on hybrid proceedings can be found here.

Oral questions
Members need to sign up in advance to ask a supplementary oral question. Each member can sign up for only one supplementary question each sitting day. In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members may be removed from speakers’ lists if they have signed up for more than one question a day.

Statements and PNQs
Members need to sign up in advance to ask a question on an oral statement or to ask a supplementary question after a PNQ has been answered. Speakers' lists for statement repeats and PNQs will close at 4pm the day before they take place.

Members are now required to choose their mode of participation - physical or remote - when adding their name to a speakers’ list. In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once a list has closed. If members send speaking requests by email and do not specify a mode of participation it will be assumed that they intend to take part remotely.

If there are more members wishing to take part physically than there are spaces in the Chamber it will be for each individual party/group to determine which of their members make the final speakers' list.

The House authorities will send joining instructions to those members participating remotely.

Week beginning Monday 23 November 2020
(Click the icon underneath a question or statement title to add your name to that list.The icon will only appear if you are logged in.)
Thursday 26 November 2020

*Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (p) to ask Her Majesty's Government what priorities they will set for the G7 Summit to be held in the United Kingdom in 2021.  To be answered by Lord True (Cabinet Office)

This speakers’ list will close at 6pm on Tuesday 24 November.  In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once the list has closed.

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This list is now closed. View the ordered speakers' list (when it’s ready) here.
Physical Speakers (13) in alphabetical order:
  • B Boycott
  • L Collins of Highbury
  • L Cormack
  • L Desai
  • 5 L Flight
  • B Jones of Moulsecoomb
  • L Mann
  • L Moylan
  • L Oates
  • 10 B Smith of Newnham
  • V Trenchard
  • B Verma
  • L Walney
Remote Speakers (15) in alphabetical order:
  • L Alton of Liverpool
  • B Blackwood of North Oxford
  • L Browne of Ladyton
  • L Crisp
  • 5 B Fall
  • L Foulkes of Cumnock
  • B Gardner of Parkes
  • L Howell of Guildford
  • L McColl of Dulwich
  • 10 B Ritchie of Downpatrick
  • E Sandwich
  • L Sikka
  • B Stroud
  • B Warsi
  • 15 V Waverley
Thursday 26 November 2020

*Lord Blunkett to ask Her Majesty's Government what progress they have made (1) in developing the SEND Futures initiative, and (2) in their internal review of special educational needs provision.  To be answered by Baroness Penn (Department for Education)

This speakers’ list will close at 6pm on Tuesday 24 November.  In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once the list has closed.

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Physical Speakers (3) in alphabetical order:
  • L Farmer
  • L Moynihan
  • B Uddin
Remote Speakers (13) in alphabetical order:
  • B Altmann
  • L Bassam of Brighton
  • B Eaton
  • B Finlay of Llandaff
  • 5 B Hussein-Ece
  • L Kirkhope of Harrogate
  • L Lucas
  • B Massey of Darwen
  • L Ramsbotham
  • 10 L Singh of Wimbledon
  • L Storey
  • L Touhig
  • L Wigley
Thursday 26 November 2020

*The Lord Bishop of St Albans to ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to their response to the report by the Select Committee on the Rural Economy Time for a strategy for the rural economy (HL Paper 330, Session 2017–19), what progress they have made towards their strategic vision for rural communities.  To be answered by Lord Gardiner of Kimble (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs).

This speakers’ list will close at 6pm on Tuesday 24 November.  In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once the list has closed.

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Physical Speakers (9) in alphabetical order:
  • E Caithness
  • B Chisholm of Owlpen
  • L Flight
  • L Foster of Bath
  • 5 B Hayman of Ullock
  • L Herbert of South Downs
  • B McIntosh of Pickering
  • E Shrewsbury
  • L Vaizey of Didcot
Remote Speakers (12) in alphabetical order:
  • B Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville
  • L Berkeley of Knighton
  • L Bhatia
  • L Clark of Windermere
  • 5 L Curry of Kirkharle
  • L Mackay of Clashfern
  • L Mackenzie of Framwellgate
  • B Mallalieu
  • B Pitkeathley
  • 10 B Redfern
  • L Roberts of Llandudno
  • B Young of Old Scone
Thursday 26 November 2020

Lord Bruce of Bennachie to ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of their statutory obligation to spend 0.7 per cent of gross national income on official development assistance. To be answered by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon (FCDO)

This speakers’ list will close at 6pm on Tuesday 24 November.  In line with the Procedure and Privileges Committee Guidance, members will not be able to change their mode of participation once the list has closed.

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This list is now closed. View the ordered speakers' list (when it’s ready) here.
Physical Speakers (12) in alphabetical order:
  • L Balfe
  • B Blackstone
  • L Collins of Highbury
  • B Hooper
  • 5 L Lansley
  • B Meyer
  • B Nicholson of Winterbourne
  • L Robathan
  • L Sarfraz
  • 10 B Sheehan
  • B Uddin
  • B Verma
Remote Speakers (16) in alphabetical order:
  • B Andrews
  • B Armstrong of Hill Top
  • B Bennett of Manor Castle
  • L Bilimoria
  • 5 L Crisp
  • L Dannatt
  • L Dubs
  • L Forsyth of Drumlean
  • B Goudie
  • 10 B Hayman
  • B Helic
  • L Marlesford
  • L Randall of Uxbridge
  • L Roberts of Llandudno
  • 15 B Tonge
  • B Warsi

Week beginning Monday 23 November 2020

Thursday 26 November 2020

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