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Wednesday 15 June 2022

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Chamber business

No. 18

The House met at 11.30 am.

Prayers

1Questions to (1) the President of COP26

(2) the Prime Minister

2Statement: Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda (Secretary Priti Patel)

3Social Security (Additional Payments) Bill: Presentation (Standing Orders No. 50 and No. 57)

Secretary Thérèse Coffey, supported by the Prime Minister, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, and David Rutley, presented a Bill to make provision about additional payments to recipients of means-tested benefits, tax credits and disability benefits.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time tomorrow, and to be printed (Bill 13) with Explanatory Notes (Bill 13–EN).

4Neonatal Care (Leave and Pay) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Stuart C McDonald, supported by David Linden, Luke Hall, Alex Davies-Jones, Steve Reed, Caroline Lucas, Ben Lake, Tim Farron, Ms Anum Qaisar, Gavin Newlands, Alison Thewliss and Amy Callaghan presented a Bill to make provision about leave and pay for employees with responsibility for children receiving neonatal care.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 15 July, and to be printed (Bill 14).

5Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and Family Leave) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Dan Jarvis presented a Bill to make provision about protection from redundancy during or after pregnancy or after periods of maternity, adoption or shared parental leave.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 9 September, and to be printed (Bill 15).

6Equipment Theft (Prevention) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Greg Smith presented a Bill to make provision to prevent the theft and re-sale of equipment and tools used by tradespeople and agricultural and other businesses; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 16 September, and to be printed (Bill 16).

7Co-operatives, Mutuals and Friendly Societies Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Sir Mark Hendrick presented a Bill to make provision about the types of share capital issued by co-operatives; to make provision about the taxation of mutual insurers and friendly societies which issue deferred shares; to permit the capital surplus of co-operatives, mutuals and friendly societies to be non-distributable; to amend the Friendly Societies Act 1992; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 28 October, and to be printed (Bill 17).

8Electricity and Gas Transmission (Compensation) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Dr Liam Fox presented a Bill to establish an independent mechanism to determine claims for compensation in cases where land will be or has been subject to the acquisition of rights or land, through compulsion or by agreement, for the purposes of electricity and gas transmission; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 25 November, and to be printed (Bill 18).

9Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Bob Blackman presented a Bill to make provision about the regulation of supported exempt accommodation; to make provision about local authority oversight of, and enforcement powers relating to, the provision of supported exempt accommodation; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 18 November, and to be printed (Bill 19).

10Protection from Sex-based Harassment in Public Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Greg Clark presented a Bill to make provision about causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress to a person in public where the behaviour is done because of that person’s sex; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 9 December, and to be printed (Bill 20).

11Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Dean Russell presented a Bill to ensure that tips, gratuities and service charges paid by customers are allocated to workers. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 15 July, and to be printed (Bill 21). 

12Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Yasmin Qureshi presented a Bill to make provision in relation to the right of employees and other workers to request variations to particular terms and conditions of employment, including working hours, times and locations. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 28 October, and to be printed (Bill 22).

13Carer’s Leave Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Wendy Chamberlain presented a Bill to make provision about unpaid leave for employees with caring responsibilities.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 9 September, and to be printed (Bill 23).

14Offenders (Day of Release from Detention) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Mark Jenkinson presented a Bill to make provision about the days on which offenders are released from detention; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 16 September, and to be printed (Bill 24).

15Terminal Illness (Support and Rights) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Alex Cunningham presented a Bill to require utility companies to provide financial support to customers with a terminal illness; to make provision about the employment rights of people with a terminal illness; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 18 November, and to be printed (Bill 25).

16Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Henry Smith presented a Bill to make provision prohibiting the import of hunting trophies into Great Britain. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 25 November, and to be printed (Bill 26). 

17Child Support (Enforcement) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Claire Coutinho presented a Bill to make provision about the enforcement of child support maintenance and other maintenance; and for connected purposes. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 25 November, and to be printed (Bill 27).

18Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Wera Hobhouse presented a Bill to make provision in relation to the duties of employers and the protection of workers under the Equality Act 2010.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 9 September, and to be printed (Bill 28).

19Online Sale of Goods (Safety) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Kate Osborne, on behalf of Ian Mearns, presented a Bill to provide for the Secretary of State to make regulations about the safety of goods sold online; and for connected purposes. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 20 January 2023, and to be printed (Bill 29). 

20Shark Fins Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Christina Rees presented a Bill to prohibit the import and export of shark fins and to make provision relating to the removal of fins from sharks. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 15 July, and to be printed (Bill 30). 

21Dyslexia Screening and Teacher Training Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Matt Hancock, supported by Robert Halfon, Dr Rupa Huq, Sir Iain Duncan Smith, Paul Bristow, Rosie Cooper, Tom Hunt, Henry Smith, Holly Mumby-Croft, Christian Wakeford, Brendan Clarke-Smith and Jim Shannon, presented a Bill to make provision for screening for dyslexia in primary schools; to make provision about teacher training relating to neurodivergent conditions; and for connected purposes.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 16 September, and to be printed (Bill 31).

22Child Support Collection (Domestic Abuse) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Sally-Ann Hart presented a Bill to make provision enabling the making of arrangements for the collection of child support maintenance in cases involving domestic abuse. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 28 October, and to be printed (Bill 32). 

23Powers of Attorney Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Stephen Metcalfe presented a Bill to make provision about lasting powers of attorney; to make provision about proof of instruments creating powers of attorney; and for connected purposes. 

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 9 December, and to be printed (Bill 33).

24Business of the House (Today)

Ordered, That at this day’s sitting, the Speaker shall put the Questions necessary to dispose of proceedings on the motion in the name of Secretary Grant Shapps relating to Rail strikes not later than three hours after the commencement of proceedings on that motion; such Questions shall include the Questions on any Amendments selected by the Speaker which may then be moved; the business may be proceeded with, though opposed, after the moment of interruption; and Standing Order No. 41A (Deferred divisions) shall not apply.—(Mark Spencer.)

25Rail strikes

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House recognises the vital role of the railways in supporting people and businesses across the UK every day; condemns the decision of the rail unions to hold three days of strikes; believes those strikes will adversely affect students taking examinations, have an unacceptable effect on working people and a negative effect on the economy; and calls on the rail unions to reconsider their strike action and continue discussions with the industry.—(Secretary Grant Shapps.)

The Deputy Speaker announced a time limit on backbench speeches (Standing Order No. 47(1)).

Amendment moved, to leave out from ‘House’ to end and add ‘does not want the national rail strikes to go ahead; and therefore urgently calls upon the Government, operators, Network Rail and the union to get around the table and resolve the issues on pay and cuts to safety staff to avert industrial action.’.—(Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi.)

Question put, That the Amendment be made.

The House divided.

Division No. 14

Ayes: 174 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Mary Glindon)

Noes: 286 (Tellers: Steve Double, Scott Mann)

Question accordingly negatived.

Main Question put.

The House divided.

Division No. 15

Ayes: 293 (Tellers: Scott Mann, Steve Double)

Noes: 15 (Tellers: Chris Stephens, Bell Ribeiro-Addy)

Question agreed to.

Resolved, That this House recognises the vital role of the railways in supporting people and businesses across the UK every day; condemns the decision of the rail unions to hold three days of strikes; believes those strikes will adversely affect students taking examinations, have an unacceptable effect on working people and a negative effect on the economy; and calls on the rail unions to reconsider their strike action and continue discussions with the industry.

26Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Second Reading

Motion made and Question proposed, That the Bill be now read a second time.

The Deputy Speaker announced a time limit on backbench speeches (Standing Order No. 47(1)). 

Question put and agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

27Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Programme

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83A(7)), That the following provisions shall apply to the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill:

Committal

(1) The Bill shall be committed to a Public Bill Committee.

Proceedings in Public Bill Committee

(2) Proceedings in the Public Bill Committee shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion on Tuesday 12 July 2022.

(3) The Public Bill Committee shall have leave to sit twice on the first day on which it meets.

Proceedings on Consideration and on Third Reading

(4) Proceedings on Consideration shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion one hour before the moment of interruption on the day on which those proceedings are commenced.

(5) Proceedings on Third Reading shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion at the moment of interruption on that day.

(6) Standing Order No. 83B (Programming committees) shall not apply to proceedings on Consideration and Third Reading.

Other proceedings

(7) Any other proceedings on the Bill may be programmed.—(Amanda Solloway.)

Question agreed to.

28Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill: Money

Queen’s Recommendation signified.

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 52(1)(a)), That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill, it is expedient to authorise the payment out of money provided by Parliament of:

(a) any expenditure incurred under or by virtue of the Act by the Secretary of State or the Food Standards Agency; and

(b) sums payable out of money so provided under any other Act.—(Amanda Solloway.)

Question agreed to.

29Statutory Instruments: Motions for Approval

(1) Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the draft Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment) Order 2022, which was laid before this House on 11 May, be approved.—(Amanda Solloway.)

Question agreed to.

(2) That the draft Hovercraft (Application of Enactments) and Merchant Shipping (Prevention of Pollution) (Law of the Sea Convention) Amendment Order 2022, which was laid before this House on 12 May, be approved.—(Amanda Solloway.)

Question agreed to.

30Independent Expert Panel

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 150D), That this House:

(1) takes note of the report of the Independent Expert Panel, The Conduct of Mr Patrick Grady MP, HC 368 and the recommendation for sanction of a suspension of two sitting days; and

(2) accordingly suspends Patrick Grady from the service of the House for a period of two sitting days, namely Monday 20 June and Tuesday 21 June.—(Mark Spencer.)

Question agreed to.

31Adjournment

Subject: Government policy on Syria (Alison McGovern)

Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—(Amanda Solloway.) 

Adjourned at 7.21 pm until tomorrow.

Other Proceedings

General Committees: Reports

32Fifth Delegated Legislation Committee

Caroline Nokes (Chair) reported the draft National Health Service (Integrated Care Boards: Exceptions to Core Responsibility) Regulations 2022.

33Sixth Delegated Legislation Committee

Clive Efford (Chair) reported the draft Warm Home Discount (England and Wales) Regulations 2022.

General Committees: Appointments

The Speaker appoints the Chair of General Committees and members of Programming Sub-Committees, and allocates Statutory Instruments to Delegated Legislation Committees.

The Committee of Selection nominates Members to serve on General Committees (and certain Members to serve on Grand Committees).

34Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill Committee

(1) Chairs: Mr Peter Bone, Sir Mark Hendrick, Mrs Sheryll Murray and Ian Paisley 

(2) Members: Stuart Andrew, Sarah Atherton, Miss Sarah Dines, Tim Farron, Colleen Fletcher, Patricia Gibson, Darren Henry, Danny Kruger, Mrs Emma Lewell-Buck, Rachael Maskell, Robbie Moore, Jill Mortimer, Alex Norris, Neil O’Brien, Matthew Pennycook, Greg Smith and Matt Vickers

35First Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Local Government (Exclusion of Non-commercial Considerations) (England) Order 2022)

(1) Chair: Julie Elliott

(2) Members: Debbie Abrahams, Mike Amesbury, Kemi Badenoch, Duncan Baker, Ian Byrne, David T C Davies, Colleen Fletcher, Carolyn Harris, Mark Jenkinson, Kate Osamor, Alexander Stafford, Jane Stevenson, Graham Stuart, Sir Desmond Swayne, Derek Thomas, Jon Trickett and Matt Warman

36Second Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amendment) Regulations 2022)

(1) Chair: Graham Stringer

(2) Members: Mike Amesbury, Duncan Baker, Hilary Benn, Paul Blomfield, Miss Sarah Dines, Maria Eagle, Lilian Greenwood, James Grundy, Eddie Hughes, David Johnston, Clive Lewis, Jack Lopresti, Mr Barry Sheerman, Bob Stewart, Julian Sturdy, Sir Robert Syms and Giles Watling

37Sixth Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Warm Home Discount (England and Wales) Regulations 2022)

Members: Mr Richard Bacon discharged and David Morris nominated in substitution.

38Seventh Delegated Legislation Committee (Abortion (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2022 (SI, 2022, No. 554))

Members: Stella Creasy discharged and Kate Osborne nominated in substitution.

Select Committees: Reports

39Defence Committee

(1) Work of the Office for Veterans’ Affairs: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 185);

(2) Correspondence with the Minister for Defence Procurement relating to armoured fighting vehicles: Written evidence, to be published

(Tobias Ellwood).

40Education Committee

(1) Accountability hearings: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 58);

(2) Correspondence from the Minister of State for School Standards relating to the publication of statistics for the National Tutoring Programme: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) The future of post-16 education: Written evidence, to be published (HC 55)

(Robert Halfon).

41Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee

(1) Global environment facility: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 376); 

(2) Australia FTA: Food and agriculture: Written evidence, to be published (HC 23);

(3) Plastic waste: Written evidence, to be published (HC 22);

(4) Rural mental health: Written evidence, to be published (HC 248)

(Sir Robert Goodwill). 

42Environmental Audit Committee

Greening imports: a UK carbon border approach: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report of 2021–22: Second Special Report, to be printed (HC 371) (Philip Dunne).

43European Scrutiny Committee

The UK’s EU representation: what has changed and how is it working?: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 123) (Sir William Cash).

44Home Affairs Committee

(1) Drugs: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 198);

(2) Police conduct and complaints: Written evidence, to be published (HC 210)

(Dame Diana Johnson).

45International Trade Committee

(1) UK trade negotiations: Written evidence, to be published (HC 15);

(2) UK trade negotiations: Agreement with Australia: Written evidence, to be published (HC 117);

(3) UK trade negotiations: CPTPP accession: Written evidence, to be published (HC 13)

(Angus Brendan MacNeil).

46Northern Ireland Affairs Committee   

(1) Addressing the legacy of Northern Ireland’s past: The UK Government’s new proposals: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 284); 

(2) The effect of paramilitaries on society in Northern Ireland: Written evidence, to be published (HC 24) 

(Simon Hoare). 

47Procedure Committee

Proxy voting and the presence of babies in the Chamber and Westminster Hall: First Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 383) (Karen Bradley).

48Public Accounts (Committee of)

(1) Child Maintenance: Ninth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the report (HC 255);

(2) Government’s actions to combat waste crime: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 33)

(Dame Meg Hillier).

49Science and Technology Committee

(1) Diversity and inclusion in STEM: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 95);

(2) Fusion: Written evidence, to be published (HC 230)

(Greg Clark).

50Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee on)

Fifth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 4-v) (Jessica Morden).

51Treasury Committee

The work of the Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 145) (Mel Stride). 

52Welsh Affairs Committee

(1) Wales as a global tourist destination: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 220);

(2) Grid capacity in Wales: Written evidence, to be published (HC 218)

(Stephen Crabb).

53Women and Equalities Committee   

(1) Equality in the heart of democracy: A gender sensitive House of Commons: Responses to the Committee’s Fifth Report of Session 2021–22: Second Special Report, to be printed (HC 417);

(2) Equality and the UK asylum process: Oral and Written evidence, to be published (HC 93);

(3) Correspondence from Equality and Human Rights Commission relating to the publication of a report into the experience and treatment of lower paid ethnic minority workers: Written evidence, to be published

(Caroline Nokes). 

54Work and Pensions Committee

(1) Protecting pension savers – five years on from the pension freedoms: Saving for later life: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 130);

(2) Correspondence with the Pensions Regulator relating to Norton Pension Schemes: Written evidence to be published;

(3) Correspondence with the Secretary of State relating to the publication of DWP research and reports: Written evidence to be published;

(4) Health assessments for benefits: Written evidence, to be published (HC128)

(Sir Stephen Timms).

Lindsay Hoyle

Speaker

Westminster Hall

The sitting began at 9.30 am.

Business appointed by the Chairman of Ways and Means (Standing Order No. 10(6))

1The work of the Council of Europe

Resolved, That this House has considered the work of the Council of Europe.—(John Howell.)

2Sustainable food supply and cultured meat

Resolved, That this House has considered sustainable food supply and cultured meat.—(Sir Roger Gale.)

The sitting was suspended between 11.19 am and 2.30 pm (Standing Order No. 10(1)(b)). 

3Use of fire and rehire tactics

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered the use of fire and rehire tactics.—(Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi.)

At 4.00 pm, the Motion lapsed (Standing Order No. 10(6)).

4Peace, security and development in the Middle East and the role of the UN Relief and Works Agency

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered peace, security and development in the Middle East and the role of the UN Relief and Works Agency.—(Sarah Champion.)

At 4.30 pm, the Motion lapsed (Standing Order No. 10(6)).

5Potential merits of a universal basic income

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered the potential merits of a universal basic income.—(Angela Crawley.)

The sitting was suspended between 5.02 pm and 5.27 pm for divisions in the House (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

At 5.54 pm, the Motion lapsed (Standing Order No. 10(14)).

Sitting adjourned without Question put (Standing Order No. 10(14)).

Adjourned at 5.54 pm until tomorrow.

Eleanor Laing

Chairman of Ways and Means

Papers Laid

Papers subject to Affirmative Resolution

1Armorial Bearings, Ensigns and Flags

Draft Flags (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Brandon Lewis)

2Financial Services

Draft Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (John Glen)

Papers subject to Negative Resolution

3Australia No. 1 (2022)

Free Trade Agreement, done at London on 16 December 2021 and Adelaide on 17 December 2021, between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Australia (by Command) (CP 689), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Act) (Secretary Elizabeth Truss)

4Consumer Protection

Toys and Cosmetic Products (Restriction of Chemical Substances) Regulations 2022 (SI, 2022, No. 659), dated 14 June 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng)

5Local Government

(1) Draft Bolton (Electoral Changes) Order 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (The Speaker)

(2) Draft Stockton-on-Tees (Electoral Changes) Order 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (The Speaker)

(3) Draft Wolverhampton (Electoral Changes) Order 2022 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (The Speaker)

6Miscellaneous Series No. 4 (2022)

Protocol, done at Montreal on 6 October 2016, relating to an Amendment to Article 50(a) of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (by Command) (CP 696), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Act) (Secretary Elizabeth Truss)

7Miscellaneous Series No. 5 (2022)

Protocol, done at Montreal on 6 October 2016, relating to an Amendment to Article 56 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (by Command) (CP 697), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Act) (Secretary Elizabeth Truss)

8Switzerland No. 1 (2022)

Decision No 2/2021 of the UK–Switzerland Trade Joint Committee of 16 July 2021, done at London and Bern on 16 July 2021, amending the Appendix to Annex 1 of the Trade Agreement between the Swiss Confederation and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland done at Bern on 11 February 2019 (by Command) (CP 692), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Elizabeth Truss)

Other papers

9Armed Forces

(1) Royal Air Force Police: Rape, serious sexual assault and domestic abuse investigations (by Act), to be printed (HC 356) (Secretary Ben Wallace)

(2) Royal Military Police: Rape, serious sexual assault and domestic abuse investigations (by Act), to be printed (HC 355) (Secretary Ben Wallace)

(3) Royal Navy Police: Rape, serious sexual assault and domestic abuse investigations (by Act), to be printed (HC 354) (Secretary Ben Wallace)

10Crown Estate

Integrated Annual Report and Accounts of the Crown Estate for 2021–22, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (by Act), to be printed (HC 192) (Clerk of the House)

11European Union (Withdrawal Agreement)

Report for 2021 of the Independent Monitoring Authority for the Citizens’ Rights Agreements to the Specialised Committee on Citizens’ Rights and the Joint Committee established under the EEA EFTA Separation Agreement (by Act) (Secretary Dominic Raab)

12Government Resources and Accounts

Report and Accounts of the Crown Estate Office for 2021–22, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (by Act), to be printed (HC 294) (Lucy Frazer)

13House of Commons Commission

Report of the House of Commons Commission on Lay Members of the Committee on Standards: Nomination of Candidate (by Standing Order), to be printed (HC 406) (The Speaker)

14National Audit

Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Department for Transport: Tackling local breaches of air quality (by Act), to be printed (HC 66) (Clerk of the House)