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Week beginning Monday 27 June 2022
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Wednesday 29 June 2022

Lord Redesdale to ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to combat the rising cost of agricultural fertilizer and feed.  (Question for Short Debate to be taken as Dinner Break Business, 1 hour)

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Physical Speakers (8) in alphabetical order:
  • B Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville
  • L Benyon (Minister)
  • L Campbell-Savours
  • L Carrington
  • 5 E Devon
  • B Jones of Whitchurch
  • L Northbrook
  • L Redesdale
Thursday 30 June 2022

Lord Farmer to move that this House takes note of (1) the causes of crime and reoffending, and (2) the effectiveness of rehabilitation, including the contribution made by the voluntary sector.

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Physical Speakers (19) in alphabetical order:
  • L Bellamy (Minister)  (Maiden)
  • L Bird
  • L Brooke of Alverthorpe
  • B Burt of Solihull
  • 5 L Davies of Brixton
  • L Davies of Gower
  • L Farmer
  • B Finlay of Llandaff
  • B Fox of Buckley
  • 10 L Garnier
  • L German
  • Bp Gloucester
  • L Lilley
  • L Moylan
  • 15 L Ponsonby of Shulbrede
  • B Sater
  • L Thomas of Cwmgiedd
  • V Waverley
  • L Woolf
Thursday 30 June 2022

Lord Howell of Guildford to move that this House takes note of the 2022 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting and the future of the Commonwealth.

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Physical Speakers (20) in alphabetical order:
  • L Ahmad of Wimbledon (Minister)
  • L Bilimoria
  • L Collins of Highbury
  • L Desai
  • 5 B D'Souza
  • B Flather
  • L Goodlad
  • Bp Guildford
  • L Hannan of Kingsclere
  • 10 B Helic
  • L Howell of Guildford
  • L Hussain
  • L Marland
  • L McDonald of Salford
  • 15 L Parekh
  • L Purvis of Tweed
  • E Sandwich
  • Bp Southwark
  • L St John of Bletso
  • 20 V Waverley
Thursday 30 June 2022

Baroness Parminter to move that the Grand Committee takes note of the Draft Environmental Principles Policy Statement, laid before Parliament on 11 May, and the requirement in section 17(4) of the Environment Act 2021 that the Secretary of State must be satisfied that the statement will contribute to the improvement of environmental protection and sustainable development.  (To be taken in Grand Committee)

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Physical Speakers (8) in alphabetical order:
  • B Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville
  • B Bennett of Manor Castle
  • L Benyon (Minister)
  • B Boycott
  • 5 L Hodgson of Astley Abbotts
  • B Jones of Whitchurch
  • B McIntosh of Pickering
  • B Parminter

Week beginning Monday 27 June 2022

Wednesday 29 June 2022

07:12:41

 

Estimate Rising Time: 

 

Chamber:

The House is expected to rise at approximately 10pm

 

Grand Committee:

The Grand Committee is expected to rise at 5.45pm

 

Questions on an Oral Statement (40 mins):

'Draft Mental Health Bill' – Lord Kamall (DHSC)

 

A Repeat of an Urgent Question (10 mins):

‘To ask Her Majesty’s Government if they will make representations to the government of the United States of America about ensuring that women’s rights to access reproductive healthcare are protected as part of their Department’s work on promoting human rights internationally’ – Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon (FCDO)

 

A Repeat of an Urgent Question (10 mins):

‘To ask Her Majesty’s Government if they will make a statement on the rise in the incidence of rape not taken forward for criminal prosecution’ – Lord Bellamy (MoJ)