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Part 1: Business Today

Summary Agenda: Chamber

Westminster Hall

Business Today: Chamber

Virtual participation in proceedings will commence after Prayers.

11.30am Prayers

Followed by

QUESTIONS

1. Scotland

2. Prime Minister

The call list for Members participating is available on the House of Commons business papers pages.

URGENT QUESTIONS AND STATEMENTS

Urgent Question: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, if he will make a statement on the Government’s unilateral action on the Northern Ireland protocol (Louise Haigh)

Urgent Question: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, if he will make a statement on the planned reforms to Hong Kong’s electoral system by the Chinese National People’s Congress (Layla Moran)

Ministerial Statements (if any)

The call list for Members participating is available on the House of Commons business papers pages.

PRESENTATION OF BILLS

No debate (Standing Order No. 57)

Electrical Safety (Online Sales)

Richard Thomson

Bill to apply electrical safety regulations to goods advertised for sale on online marketplaces; to require online marketplaces to remove electrical products from their websites within 24 hours of them being reported as unsafe; and for connected purposes.

BUSINESS OF THE DAY

1. Pig Husbandry (Farrowing): Ten Minute Rule Motion

Up to 20 minutes (Standing Order No. 23)

Sir David Amess

That leave be given to bring in a Bill to prohibit the use of farrowing crates in pig farming; and for connected purposes.

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

2. ESTIMATES DAY (3RD ALLOTTED DAY)

Until 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 9(3) and 54(2))

Supplementary Estimate 2020-21: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (Subject for debate: The spending of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and support for the DCMS sectors during the Covid-19 recovery)

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2021, for expenditure by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

(1) further resources, not exceeding £2,092,692,000, be authorised for use for current purposes as set out in HC 1227,

(2) further resources, not exceeding £524,913,000, be authorised for use for capital purposes as so set out, and

(3) a further sum, not exceeding £2,246,268,000, be granted to Her Majesty to be issued by the Treasury out of the Consolidated Fund and applied for expenditure on the use of resources authorised by Parliament.

Notes:

This Estimate is to be considered in so far as it relates to spending by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and support for the DCMS sectors during the Covid-19 recovery (Resolution of 2 March).

The Questions necessary to dispose of proceedings on the above Motion will be deferred until 7.00 pm (Standing Order Nos. 54 and 55).

Relevant Documents:

Third Report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Impact of COVID-19 on DCMS sectors: First Report, HC 291

Third Special Report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Impact of Covid-19 on DCMS sectors: Government Response to Committee’s Third Report of Session 2019–21, HC 885

The call list for Members participating is available on the House of Commons business papers pages.

Supplementary Estimate 2020-21: Cabinet Office (Subject for debate: The spending of the Cabinet Office in so far as it relates to the 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26))

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2021, for expenditure by the Cabinet Office:

(1) further resources, not exceeding £975,392,000, be authorised for use for current purposes as set out in HC 1227,

(2) further resources, not exceeding £76,060,000, be authorised for use for capital purposes as so set out, and

(3) a further sum, not exceeding £798,643,000, be granted to Her Majesty to be issued by the Treasury out of the Consolidated Fund and applied for expenditure on the use of resources authorised by Parliament.

Amendment (a)

Bell Ribeiro-Addy

Zarah Sultana

Apsana Begum

At end, add “, and
(4) the Department shall carry out an equality impact assessment of how it will spend those resources and lay a report of the assessment before the House of Commons within six months of the passing of the Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) (No. 2) Act and the assessment must include consideration of the impact on:

(a) households at different levels of income,

(b) people with protected characteristics (within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010),

(c) the Department’s compliance with the public sector equality duty under section 149 of the Equality Act 2010.”.

Notes:

This Estimate is to be considered in so far as it relates to spending by the Cabinet Office in so far as it relates to the 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) (Resolution of 2 March).

The Questions necessary to dispose of proceedings on the above Motion will be deferred until 7.00 pm (Standing Order Nos. 54 and 55).

Relevant Documents:

Third Report of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, Net zero and UN climate summits: Scrutiny of Preparations for COP26—interim report, HC 1265 Fourth Special Report of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, COP26: Principles and priorities—a POST survey of expert views, HC 1000 Transcripts of oral evidence on Preparation for COP26 taken before the Environmental Audit Committee on 17 March and 14 May 2020, HC 222

The call list for Members participating is available on the House of Commons business papers pages.

3. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2020–21 (ARMY) VOTE A

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Secretary Ben Wallace

That, during the year ending with 31 March 2021, modifications in the maximum numbers in the Reserve Land Forces set out in Supplementary Votes A 2020-21, HC 1126, be authorised for the purposes of Parts 1 and 3 of the Reserve Forces Act 1996.

4. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2020–21 (AIR) VOTE A

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Secretary Ben Wallace

That, during the year ending with 31 March 2021, a number not exceeding 36,400 all ranks be maintained for Air Force Service.

5. ESTIMATES 2021–22 (NAVY) VOTE A

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Secretary Ben Wallace

That, during the year ending with 31 March 2022, a number not exceeding 38,900 all ranks be maintained for Naval and Marine Service and that numbers in the Reserve Naval and Marines Forces be authorised for the purposes of Parts 1, 3, 4, and 5 of the Reserve Forces Act 1996 up to the maximum numbers set out in Votes A 2021-22, HC 1125.

6. ESTIMATES 2021–22 (ARMY) VOTE A

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Secretary Ben Wallace

That, during the year ending with 31 March 2022, a number not exceeding 108,420 all ranks be maintained for Army Service and that numbers in the Reserve Land Forces be authorised for the purposes of Parts 1, 3, 4 and 5 of the Reserve Forces Act 1996 up to the maximum numbers set out in Votes A 2021-22, HC 1125.

7. ESTIMATES 2021–22 (AIR) VOTE A

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Secretary Ben Wallace

That, during the year ending with 31 March 2022, a number not exceeding 36,400 all ranks be maintained for Air Force Service and that numbers in the Reserve Air Forces be authorised for the purposes of Parts 1, 3, 4 and 5 of the Reserve Forces Act 1996 up to the maximum numbers set out in Votes A 2021-22, HC 1125.

8. ESTIMATES, EXCESSES, 2018–19

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2019:

resources, not exceeding £312,093,000, be authorised to make good excesses for use for current purposes as set out in Statement of Excesses 2019-20 and Late Statement of Excesses 2018–19, HC 1229.

Notes:

The Committee of Public Accounts has reported that it sees no objection to the amount necessary being authorised by the excess vote (Standing Order No. 55(2)(d)).

Relevant Documents:

Sixth Report of the Committee of Public Accounts, Excess Votes 2018-19, HC 243

9. ESTIMATES, EXCESSES, 2019–20

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2020:

(1) resources, not exceeding £8,280,607,000, be authorised to make good excesses for use for current purposes as set out in Statement of Excesses 2019-20 and Late Statement of Excesses 2018–19, HC 1229,

(2) resources, not exceeding £32,332,000, be authorised to make good excesses for use for capital purposes as set out in Statement of Excesses 2019-20 and Late Statement of Excesses 2018–19, HC 1229, and

(3) a sum, not exceeding £3,711,646,000 be granted to Her Majesty to be issued by the Treasury out of the Consolidated Fund to make good excesses on the use of resources authorised by Parliament as set out in Statement of Excesses 2019-20 and Late Statement of Excesses 2018–19, HC 1229.

Notes:

The Committee of Public Accounts has reported that it sees no objection to the amount necessary being authorised by the excess vote (Standing Order No. 55(2)(d)).

Relevant Documents:

Forty-fourth Report of the Committee of Public Accounts, Excess Votes 2019-20, HC 1205

10. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 2020–21

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2021:

(1) further resources, not exceeding £265,361,609,000, be authorised for use for current purposes as set out in HC 1168, HC 1215, HC 1227, HC 1231 and HC 1251,

(2) further resources, not exceeding £40,953,201,000, be authorised for use for capital purposes as so set out, and

(3) a further sum, not exceeding £174,422,672,000, be granted to Her Majesty to be issued by the Treasury out of the Consolidated Fund and applied for expenditure on the use of resources authorised by Parliament.

11. ESTIMATES, VOTE ON ACCOUNT 2021–22

At 7.00pm (Standing Order Nos. 55(1) and (2))

Jesse Norman

That, for the year ending with 31 March 2022:

(1) resources, not exceeding £345,682,776,000, be authorised, on account, for use for current purposes as set out in HC 1167, HC 1171, HC 1214, HC 1228, HC 1230, HC 1234 and HC 1254,

(2) resources, not exceeding £53,780,396,000, be authorised, on account, for use for capital purposes as so set out, and

(3) a sum, not exceeding £364,923,586,000, be granted to Her Majesty to be issued by the Treasury out of the Consolidated Fund, on account, and applied for expenditure on the use of resources authorised by Parliament.

Notes:

A Bill is to be brought in upon the Motions in the name of Jesse Norman relating to Supplementary Estimates 2020–21, Excesses 2018–19, Excesses 2019-20 and Vote on Account 2021–22, if they are agreed to by the House.

12. Electricity

No debate (Standing Order No. 118(6))

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Renewables (Amendment) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 3 February, be approved.

Notes:

If this item is opposed after 7.00pm, the division will be deferred.

13. Public Health

No debate (Standing Order No. 118(6))

Secretary Robert Buckland

That the Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 (S.I., 2021, No. 164), dated 17 February 2021, a copy of which was laid before this House on 19 February, be approved.

Notes:

If this item is opposed after 7.00pm, the division will be deferred.

PRESENTATION OF PUBLIC PETITIONS

No debate or decision (Standing Order No. 153)

Protection of monuments of Captain James Cook: Mr Simon Clarke

ADJOURNMENT DEBATE

Until 7.30pm or for half an hour (whichever is later) (Standing Order No. 9(7))

Nord Stream 2 Pipeline: Daniel Kawczynski

Business Today: Westminster Hall

ORDER OF BUSINESS

The morning sitting will start at 9.25am and finish at 11.30am with a five minute suspension at 10.55am. The afternoon sitting will start at 2.30pm and finish at 5.50pm with a five minute suspension at 4.00pm and a 15 minute suspension at 4.35pm. (Standing Order No. 10(1) and Order of 25 February).

The call list for Members participating is available on the House of Commons business papers pages.

9.25am

That this House has considered residential leaseholders and interim fire safety costs: Florence Eshalomi

Notes:

The debate at 9.25am will last for up to 90 minutes.

11.00am

That this House has considered the legal status of automatic computer-based decisions: Darren Jones

Notes:

The debate at 11.00am will last for up to 30 minutes. The sitting will be suspended from 11.30am to 2.30pm.

2.30pm

That this House has considered maternal mental health: Sarah Olney

Notes:

The debate at 2.30pm will last for up to 90 minutes

Relevant Documents:

The impact of Covid-19 on maternity and parental leave, First Report, HC 526, and the Government’s Response, Second Special Report, HC 770.

e-petitions 306691, entitled Extend maternity leave by 3 months with pay in light of Covid-19, e-petition 331261, entitled Issue urgent guidance and voucher scheme to save baby and toddler activity sector, and e-petition 551612, entitled Access to specialist mental health support for bereaved parents after baby loss.

4.05pm

That this House has considered noise pollution and military aviation: Hywel Williams

Notes:

The debate at 4.05pm will last for up to half an hour.

4.50pm

That this House has considered household overcrowding and the covid-19 outbreak: Stephen Timms

Notes:

The debate at 4.50pm will last for up to an hour.

The second part of the sitting will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

Committees Meeting Today

Broadcasts of proceedings can be found at https://www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons

Some committee members and witnesses might now physically attend meetings, however, there is no public access at present.

Select Committees

Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

Subject: Citizenship and Passport Processes in Northern Ireland

Witnesses: 9.30am: Les Allamby, Chief Commissioner, and ilis Haughey, Head of Service to Dedicated Mechanism, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

Virtual meeting
8.45am (private), 9.30am (public)

Education Committee

Virtual meeting
9.00am (private)

Home Affairs Committee

Subject: Home Office preparedness for Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Witnesses: 9.30am: Lee Wook-Gyo, Quarantine facility management team leader, Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency; KIm Geum-Chan, Director, Quarantine policy division, Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency; Dr Hugh Heggie, Chief Health Officer, Northern Territory; Susan Pearce, Deputy Secretary for Patient Experience and System Performance, Ministry of Health, New South Wales; Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys, Deputy Commissioner of Police, New South Wales

11.00am: Ian Conduit, Director, Business Development, Sitel; Emma Gilthorpe, Chief Operating Officer, Heathrow Airport Limited; Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive Officer, UK Hospitality

The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
9.00am (private), 9.30am (public)

Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill

Subject: Armed Forces Bill

Witnesses: 9.30am: Cllr Ian Hudspeth, Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association; Mike Callaghan, National Policy Manager, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities; and Cllr Maureen Webber, Community Safety Spokesperson, Welsh Local Government Association

10.45am: Michael King, Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman

Room 8
9.00am (private), 9.30am (public)

Work and Pensions Committee

Subject: Disability employment gap

Witnesses: 9.30am: David Stephenson, Senior Policy and Campaigns Officer, Mind; Alex Kennedy, Head of Campaigns and Public Affairs, Rethink Mental Illness; Dr Jed Boardman, Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer in Social Psychiatry Senior Policy Advisor, Centre for Mental Health

10.30am: Matthew Harrison, Public Affairs and Parliamentary Manager, Mencap; Jane Harris, Director of External Affairs and Social Change, National Autistic Society; Lorenzo Torre, Job Coach, Three Cs

Virtual meeting
9.15am (private), 9.30am (public)

Transport Committee

Subject: Reforming public transport after the pandemic

Witnesses: 9.30am: Mary Creagh, Chief Executive, Living Streets; Mr Roger Geffen, Policy Director, Cycling UK; Mr Nicholas Lyes, Head of Roads Policy, RAC Motoring Services; Martin McTague, National Vice Chair, Federation of Small Businesses

10.30am: Chris Boardman, Cycling and Walking Commissioner, Greater Manchester; Mark Valleley, Technical Lead, Transport for the South East; Dr William Oliver Norman, Cycling and Walking Commissioner, Transport for London

Room 6
9.30am (public)

European Scrutiny Committee

Virtual meeting
1.45pm (private)

Environmental Audit Committee

Subject: Water Quality in Rivers

Witnesses: 2.30pm: Nigel Watson, Professor of Geography and Environmental Management at the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University; Steve Ormerod, Professor of Ecology and Co-Director Water Research Institute, Cardiff University; Dr Michelle Jackson, Associate Professor of freshwater and marine ecology, Somerville College, Oxford University

3.30pm: Guy Linley-Adams, Solicitor, Salmon and Trout Conservation; Amy Slack, Head of Campaigns & Policy, Surfers against Sewage; Dr Rob Collins, Head of Policy and Science, The Rivers Trust

Virtual meeting
2.00pm (private), 2.30pm (public)

International Trade Committee

Subject: Digital trade and data

Witnesses: 2.30pm: David Collins, Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London; Christopher Kuner, Professor of Law, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Co-Director, Brussels Privacy Hub; Dr Kristina Irion, Assistant Professor, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam

3.30pm: Sue Davies MBE, Head of Consumer Protection and Food Policy, Which?; Sabina Ciofu, Head of EU and Trade Policy, techUK; Jim Killock, Executive Director, Open Rights Group

Virtual meeting
2.00pm (private), 2.30pm (public)

Treasury Committee

Subject: Budget 2021

Witnesses: 2.30pm: Paul Johnson, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies; Torsten Bell, Chief Executive, Resolution Foundation; Rain Newton-Smith, Chief Economist, Confederation of British Industry; Ian Stewart, Partner and Chief Economist, Deloitte UK; Susan Himmelweit, Member of Management Committee, Womens Budget Group

Virtual meeting
2.00pm (private), 2.30pm (public)

Procedure Committee

Virtual meeting
2.30pm (private)

Women and Equalities Committee

Subject: Take up of the COVID-19 vaccines in BAME communities and women

Witnesses: 2.30pm: Kemi Badenoch MP, Minister for Equalities, Government Equalities Office; Nadhim Zahawi MP, Minister for Vaccine Deployment, and Antonia Williams OBE, Director of Covid vaccine deployment, Department of Health and Social Care

Virtual meeting
2.30pm (public)

Statutory Instruments

Virtual meeting
3.40pm (private)

Committee of Selection

Virtual meeting
4.30pm (private)

Joint Committees

Human Rights

Subject: The Government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review

Witnesses: 3.00pm: Baroness Falkner, Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission; Judith Robertson, Chair, Scottish Human Rights Commission; Les Allamby, Chief Commissioner, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

Virtual meeting
2.40pm (private), 3.00pm (public)

Statutory Instruments

Virtual meeting
3.40pm (private)

Delegated Legislation Committees

Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee

To consider the draft Registration of Marriages Regulations 2021

Room 14
9.25am (public)

Fifth Delegated Legislation Committee

To consider the draft Financial Reporting Council (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order 2021

Room 14
2.30pm (public)

Committee Reports Published Today

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

47th Report: COVID-19: Test, track and trace (part 1) HC 932
Time of publication: 00.01am

Announcements

FORTHCOMING END OF DAY ADJOURNMENT DEBATES

Tuesday 16 March to Monday 22 March (deadline 10 March 7.00pm or the rise of the House, whichever is earlier)

Applications should be made in writing to the Table Office. Members must submit their application from their own email account. Application forms are available on the Table Office page on the Parliamentary intranet.

The ballot will take place on Thursday 11 March.

Tuesday 23 March to Thursday 25 March (deadline 17 March 7.00pm or the rise of the House, whichever is earlier)

Applications should be made in writing to the Table Office. Members must submit their application from their own email account. Application forms are available on the Table Office page on the Parliamentary intranet.

The ballot will take place on Thursday 18 March.

FORTHCOMING WESTMINSTER HALL DEBATES

Applications for 90, 60 and 30-minute debates should be made to the Table Office by 10.00pm or rise of the House, whichever is the earlier, on the deadline dates listed below. Members must submit their application from their own email account. Application forms are available on the Table Office page on the Parliamentary intranet.

The ballot takes place on the day following the deadline. Members will be informed of the outcome by the Speaker’s Office.

Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 March (deadline 15 March)

The following Departments will answer:

Attorney General; Defence; Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; Education; Health and Social Care; International Trade; Scotland; Transport; Treasury; Work and Pensions

Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 April (deadline 22 March)

The following Departments will answer:

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Cabinet Office; Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office; Home Office; Housing, Communities and Local Government; Justice; Northern Ireland; Wales ; Women and Equalities

Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 April (deadline 13 April)

The following Departments will answer:

Attorney General; Defence; Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; Education; Health and Social Care; International Trade; Scotland; Transport; Treasury; Work and Pensions

Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 April (deadline 19 April)

The following Departments will answer:

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Cabinet Office; Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office; Home Office; Housing, Communities and Local Government; Justice; Northern Ireland; Wales ; Women and Equalities

PARTICIPATION IN WESTMINSTER HALL

On 24 February, the House agreed a motion to resume sittings in Westminster Hall on Monday 8 March. The sittings will take place in the Boothroyd Room in Portcullis House to allow Members to participate virtually.

Applying to speak

Applications to speak should be made via email to the Speaker’s Office (speakersoffice@parliament.uk).

The deadlines are as follows:

1.00 pm on the previous Friday for debates on a Monday; and

1.00 pm on the previous day for debates on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Call lists will be published at around 12.30 pm on a Monday for debates that day and 6.30 pm the previous day for debates on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Participation

Members are able to participate physically or virtually, but should note Mr Speaker’s request for Members to participate virtually in proceedings wherever possible. Members who wish to participate physically should note this when they contact the Speaker’s office.

For 60-minute and 90-minute debates, and debates scheduled by the Petitions Committee, only Members who are on the call list are permitted to attend. Members are not permitted to attend only to intervene or to observe.

Members will be called in the order they appear on the call list, unless there are technical problems which prevent this.

For 30-minute debates, there will not be a call list. Members wishing to contribute should follow existing conventions about contacting the Member in charge of the debate, the Speaker’s Office and the Minister.

Arrangements for social distancing

On the horseshoe in the Boothroyd Room, there are a maximum of eleven seats.

Of these seats, there are four available from which backbenchers can speak (others are reserved for the frontbenches, the PPS or whip, the Member in charge, the Chair and the Clerk).

There are seven additional seats in the public gallery for Members in the latter part of the call list from which they can listen to debates and move onto the horseshoe when spaces become available.

Members should clean the microphone and the desk around them before and after use. Cleaning materials will be available for this purpose.

Guidance for Members on hybrid arrangements in Westminster Hall can be found on the intranet.

DEADLINE FOR CALL LISTS FOR SUBSTANTIVE PROCEEDINGS

Deadline

Date of proceeding

Proceeding

1.00pm Wednesday 10 March

Wednesday 1 March

Contingencies Fund (No. 2) Bill: Second Reading

1.00pm Wednesday 10 March

Thursday 11 March

Contingencies Fund (No. 2) Bill: Committee of the whole House (if time allows)

1.00pm Wednesday 10 March

Thursday 11 March

Contingencies Fund (No. 2) Bill: Third Reading (if time allows)

1.00pm Wednesday 10 March

Thursday 11 March

Backbench business: general debate on International Women’s Day

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms) Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

British Library Board (Power to Borrow) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

British Library Board (Power to Borrow) Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Education and Training (Welfare of Children) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Education and Training (Welfare of Children) Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Forensic Science Regulator Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Forensic Science Regulator Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Prisons (Substance Testing) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Prisons (Substance Testing) Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Registers of Births and Deaths Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Registers of Births and Deaths Bill: Third Reading

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill: report (consideration) stage, if any

1.00pm Thursday 11 March

Friday 12 March

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill: Third Reading

Members wishing to speak in substantive proceedings should apply to the Speaker’s Office by emailing speakersoffice@parliament.uk from their parliamentary email address.

Further Information

Members’ Guide to Chamber proceedings

The Members’ Guide to Chamber proceedings is available on the Parliamentary website

Business of the Day

Documents and reports relating to the business being held in the Chamber are available on the Commons Business Briefings webpage: www.parliament.uk/business/publications/research/commons-business-briefings/

Written Statements

Text of today’s Written Statements: https://questions-statements.parliament.uk/

Select Committees

Select Committees Webpage: https://committees.parliament.uk/

Standing Orders Relating to Public Business

Text of Standing Orders relating to public business: www.parliament.uk/business/publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201919/cmstords/341/body.html

European Business

European Business Referrals and Motion documents for consideration by European Committees or on the Floor of the House are available on the European Business
webpage: https://old.parliament.uk/business/publications/business-papers/commons/european-business11/

Digital Engagement

Information about digital engagement opportunities for debates is available on the parliamentary website: https://www.parliament.uk/get-involved/have-your-say-on-laws/digital-engagement/.

All business papers are available via the HousePapers app on mobile devices

Part 2: Future Business

A. CALENDAR OF BUSINESS

Business in either Chamber may be changed, and further business added, up to the rising of the House on the day before it is to be taken, and is therefore provisional.

Government items of business in this section have nominally been set down for
today, but are expected to be taken on the dates stated.

B. REMAINING ORDERS AND NOTICES

Business in this section has not yet been scheduled for a specific date. It has been nominally set down for today but is not expected to be taken today.

A. Calendar of Business

Business in either Chamber may be changed, and further business added, up to the rising of the House on the day before it is to be taken, and is therefore provisional.

THURSDAY 11 MARCH

CHAMBER

QUESTIONS

9.30am Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

10.15am Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Transport

Afterwards

Proceedings on the Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) (No. 2) Bill

CONSIDERATION OF A BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE MOTION

CONTINGENCIES FUND (NO. 2) BILL: ALL STAGES

CONTINGENCIES FUND (NO. 2) BILL: MONEY

Jesse Norman

That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Contingencies Fund (No. 2) Bill, it is expedient to authorise the payment out of money provided by Parliament of any increase attributable to the Act in the sums to be issued out of, or paid into, the Consolidated Fund which is attributable to increasing, in relation to times before 1 April 2022, the percentage specified in section 1(1) of the Contingencies Fund Act 1974 to a percentage not exceeding 12%.

Notes:

Queen’s Recommendation signified.

BACKBENCH BUSINESS

International Women’s Day

Mrs Maria Miller

Caroline Nokes

That this House has considered International Women’s Day.

Relevant Documents:

Fifth Report of the Women and Equalities Committee, Unequal impact? Coronavirus and the gendered economic impact, HC 385

Notes:

The subjects for this debate was determined by the Backbench Business Committee.

ADJOURNMENT DEBATE

Concussion in sport: Chris Bryant

WESTMINSTER HALL

1.30pm That this House has considered community pharmacies and the effect of the covid19 outbreak: Jackie Doyle-Price

3.15pm That this House has considered quality of life for patients with heart failure: Jim Shannon

Notes:

The subjects for these debates were determined by the Backbench Business Committee. The sittings will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

FRIDAY 12 MARCH

CHAMBER

Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Mike Amesbury

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

British Library Board (Power to Borrow) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Bim Afolami

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Education and Training (Welfare of Children) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Mary Kelly Foy

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Forensic Science Regulator Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Darren Jones

As amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Laura Trott

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Prisons (Substance Testing) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Dame Cheryl Gillan

As amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Registers of Births and Deaths Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Mr Andrew Mitchell

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill: Remaining Stages

Member in Charge: Chris Loder

Not amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

ADJOURNMENT DEBATE

National carers’ strategy: Barbara Keeley

MONDAY 15 MARCH

CHAMBER

QUESTIONS

2.30pm Questions to the Secretary of State for Defence

3.15pm Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Defence

ADJOURNMENT DEBATE

Use of critical minerals in the UK’s renewables future: Alexander Stafford

WESTMINSTER HALL

4.30pm That this House has considered e-petition 569957, relating to vaccine passports: Mike Hill, on behalf of the Petitions Committee

6.15pm That this House has considered e-petitions 564696, 548778, 573621 and 564209, relating to the impact of Covid19 on education: Tom Hunt, on behalf of the Petitions Committee

Notes:

The subjects for these debates were determined by the Petitions Committee. The sitting will last for up to three hours. The sitting will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

TUESDAY 16 MARCH

CHAMBER

QUESTIONS

11.30am Questions to the Secretary of State for Justice

12.15pm Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Justice

Afterwards

Goods and Services of UK Origin: Ten Minute Rule Motion

Gareth Thomas

That leave be given to bring in a Bill to establish a presumption in public sector procurement in favour of purchasing goods and services from businesses based in the UK; to require the Secretary of State to publish data on the value of Government contracts awarded to such businesses, and estimates of jobs created as a result, by region and nation; to make provision for a kitemark scheme for goods of predominantly UK origin; and for connected purposes.

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

WESTMINSTER HALL

9.25am That this House has considered Commonwealth Day 2021: Mr Ian Liddell-Grainger, Julie Elliott

Notes:

The Chairman of Ways and Means appointed this debate on the recommendation of the Backbench Business Committee. Subsequent debates in Westminster Hall on this day were drawn by Speaker’s ballot on 9 March.

11.00am That this House has considered the use of Release Under Investigation by the Metropolitan Police: Sir David Amess

Notes:

The debate at 11.00am will last for up 30 minutes. The sitting will be suspended from 11.30am to 2.30pm.

2.30pm That this House has considered the effect of the covid19 outbreak on animal welfare: Alex Davies-Jones, Tonia Antoniazzi

Notes:

The debate at 2.30pm will last for up to 90 minutes.

4.05pm That this House has considered arrest of opposition politicians in Turkey: Feryal Clark

Notes:

The debate at 4.05pm will last for up to half an hour.

4.50pm That this House has considered the Union Connectivity Review: John Lamont

Notes:

The debate at 4.50pm will last for up to an hour. The second part of the sitting will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

WEDNESDAY 17 MARCH

CHAMBER

QUESTIONS

11.30am Questions to the Secretary of State for Wales

12 noon Questions to the Prime Minister

Afterwards

Education Employment (Accompaniment to Hearings): Ten Minute Rule Motion

Brendan Clarke-Smith

That leave be given to bring in a Bill to provide that teachers and other education staff may choose to be accompanied to disciplinary or grievance hearings by a person other than a trade union representative or colleague; and for connected purposes.

Notes

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

WESTMINSTER HALL

9.25am That this House has considered the future of passenger boats and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency: Andrew Rosindell

Notes:

The debate at 9.25am will last for up to 90 minutes.

11.00am That this House has considered the extension of marine protected areas: Tony Lloyd

Notes:

The debate at 11.00am will last for up 30 minutes. The sitting will be suspended from 11.30am to 2.30pm.

2.30pm That this House has considered the future of research and development funding: Daniel Zeichner

Notes:

The debate at 2.30pm will last for up to 90 minutes

4.05pm That this House has considered the UK voting record at UN Human Rights Council on Israel: Scott Benton

Notes:

The debate at 4.05pm will last for up to half an hour.

4.50pm That this House has considered the disposal of unexploded ordnance for offshore windfarm construction: John Nicolson, Sir Roger Gale, Stephen Hammond, Sarah Olney

Notes:

The debate at 4.50pm will last for up to an hour. The second part of the sitting will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

THURSDAY 18 MARCH

CHAMBER

QUESTIONS

9.30am Questions to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

10.00am Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

10.10am Questions to the Attorney General

MONDAY 22 MARCH

WESTMINSTER HALL

4.30pm That this House has considered e-petition 570779, relating to consent for a referendum on Scottish independence: Chris Evans, on behalf of the Petitions Committee

6.15pm That this House has considered e-petitions 313310, 557167, 563904, 566718 and 567492, relating to the Government’s Spring 2021 Covid19 roadmap: Nick Fletcher, on behalf of the Petitions Committee

Notes:

The subjects for these debates were determined by the Petitions Committee. The sitting will last for up to three hours. The sitting will be suspended and time added if divisions take place in the main Chamber (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

TUESDAY 23 MARCH

CHAMBER

First-Aid (Mental Health): Ten Minute Rule Motion

Dean Russell

That leave be given to bring in a Bill to make mental health first-aid part of first-aid training requirements; and for connected purposes

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

WEDNESDAY 24 MARCH

CHAMBER

Ten Minute Rule Motion

Patrick Grady

That leave be given to bring in a Bill under SO No. 23 [details to be provided].

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

TUESDAY 13 APRIL

CHAMBER

Ten Minute Rule Motion

Gareth Johnson

That leave be given to bring in a Bill under SO No. 23 [details to be provided].

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL

CHAMBER

Ten Minute Rule Motion

Carolyn Harris

That leave be given to bring in a Bill under SO No. 23 [details to be provided].

Notes:

The Member moving and a Member opposing this Motion may each speak for up to 10 minutes.

B. Remaining Orders and Notices

Business in this section has not yet been scheduled for a specific date. It has therefore been set down formally to be taken in the Chamber today but is not expected to be taken today.

1. Criminal Law

Secretary Robert Buckland

That the draft Criminal Justice Act 2003 (Early Release on Licence) Order 2020, which was laid before this House on 16 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has certified that the Instrument relates exclusively to England and Wales and is within devolved legislative competence (Standing Order No. 83P).

2. Exiting the European Union (Trade)

Secretary Elizabeth Truss

That the draft Cat and Dog Fur (Control of Movement etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 12 January, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

3. Ecclesiastical Law

Nigel Huddleston

That the draft Grants to the Churches Conservation Trust Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 19 January, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

4. Telecommunications (Security) Bill: Remaining Stages

As amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Notes:

Proceedings will be taken in accordance with the Programme Order agreed to by the House on 30 November: proceedings on Consideration shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion no later than one hour before moment of interruption; and proceedings on Third Reading shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion no later than the moment of interruption.

5. Environment Bill: Remaining Stages (day 2)

As amended on consideration on 26 January, to be further considered.

Notes:

Under the Programme (No. 5) motion agreed to on 26 January, proceedings relating to Parts 6 and 7 and clauses 132 to 139 of the Bill shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion three hours after the commencement of proceedings on Consideration on the second day and remaining proceedings on Consideration shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion five hours after the commencement of proceedings on Consideration on the second day. Proceedings on Third Reading shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion six hours after the commencement of proceedings on Consideration on the second day.

Queen’s and Prince of Wales’ consent to be signified on Third Reading.

The Scottish Parliament and the Northern Ireland Assembly have approved Legislative Consent Resolutions relating to this Bill. Copies of the Resolutions are available in the Vote Office (also available on the documents webpage for the Bill).

For amendments, see documents webpage for the Bill.

6. Exiting the European Union (Companies)

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft International Accounting Standards (Delegation of Functions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 1 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

7. Environmental Protection

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft Single Use Carrier Bags Charges (England) (Amendment) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 4 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

8. Equality

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Financial Reporting Council (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 8 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

9. Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill [Lords]: Remaining Stages

As amended in Public Bill Committee, to be considered.

Notes

Proceedings will be taken in accordance with the Programme Order agreed on 2 February: 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 they are commenced. Third Reading shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion at the moment of interruption on that day.

The Northern Ireland Assembly has approved a Legislative Consent Resolution relating to this Bill. Copies of the Resolution are available in the Vote Office (also available on the documents webpage for the Bill).

10. Climate Change

Mrs Kemi Badenoch

That the draft Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Scheme Auctioning Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 11 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

11. Insolvency

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (Coronavirus) (Change of Expiry Date) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 11 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

12. Exiting the European Union (Financial Services)

John Glen

That the draft Recognised Auction Platforms (Amendment and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 11 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

13. Trade Bill: Consideration of Lords Message

Notes:

Proceedings on consideration of the Lords Message must be brought to a conclusion no later than one hour after their commencement (Order of 19 January 2021).

The Scottish Parliament and Senedd Cymru have approved Legislative Consent Resolutions relating to this Bill. Copies of the Resolutions are available in the Vote Office (also available on the documents webpage for the Bill).

Lords Amendment 3E engages financial privilege.

14. Exiting the European Union (Immigration)

Secretary Priti Patel

That the draft Registration of Marriages Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 22 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

15. Extradition

Secretary Priti Patel

That the draft Extradition Act 2003 (Codes of Practice and Transit Code of Practice) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 22 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

16. Police

Chloe Smith

That the draft Representation of the People (Proxy Vote Applications) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 22 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

17. Agriculture

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft Direct Payments to Farmers (Reductions and Simplifications) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 24 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

18. Insolvency

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Administration (Restrictions on Disposal etc. to Connected Persons) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 24 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

19. Exiting the European Union (Customs)

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft International Waste Shipments (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 17 December, be approved.

Notes:

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

20. Exiting the European Union (Climate Change)

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Kyoto Protocol Registry) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 25 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

21. Exiting the European Union (Nuclear Safeguards)

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Nuclear Safeguards (Fissionable Material and Relevant International Agreements) (EU Exit) (Amendment) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 25 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

22. Food

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft Food and Drink (Miscellaneous Amendments Relating to Food and Wine Composition, Information and Labelling) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 25 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

23. Electronic Communications

Mr John Whittingdale

That the draft Audiovisual Media Services (Amendment) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 25 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

24. Damages

Secretary Robert Buckland

That the draft Whiplash Injury Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 25 February, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

25. Agriculture

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft Agriculture (Financial Assistance) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 1 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

26. Employment

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Employment Rights Act 1996 (Protection from Detriment in Health and Safety Cases) (Amendment) Order 2021, which were laid before this House on 1 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

27. Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill: Second Reading

28. Electricity

Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng

That the draft Warm Home Discount (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 3 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

29. Environmental Protection

Secretary George Eustice

That the draft Single Use Carrier Bags Charges (England) (Amendment) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 4 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

30. ELECTORAL COMMISSION

Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg

That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, praying that Her Majesty will appoint John Pullinger CB as the Chair of the Electoral Commission with effect from 1 May 2021 for the period ending on 30 April 2025.

Relevant Documents:

Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission, First Report of 2021, Appointment of the Chair of the Electoral Commission, HC 1276

31. Public Health

Secretary Matt Hancock

That the Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place and Restrictions: All Tiers) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (S.I., 2021, No. 247), dated 5 March 2021, a copy of which was laid before this House on 5 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

32. Senior Courts of England and Wales

Secretary Robert Buckland

That the draft Civil Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 8 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

33. Exiting the European Union (Financial Services)

John Glen

That the draft Recognised Auction Platforms (Amendment and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 8 March, be approved.

Notes:

The Instrument has not yet been considered by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments.

The Speaker has not yet considered this instrument for certification (Standing Order No. 83P).

34. Church of England (General Synod) (Measures)

Andrew Selous

That the Cathedrals Measure (HC 1260), passed by the General Synod of the Church of England, a copy of which was laid before this House on 8 March, be presented to Her Majesty for her Royal Assent in the form in which it was laid before Parliament.

35. Church of England (General Synod) (Measures)

Andrew Selous

That the Diocesan Boards of Education Measure (HC 1259), passed by the General Synod of the Church of England, a copy of which was laid before this House on 8 March, be presented to Her Majesty for her Royal Assent in the form in which it was laid before Parliament.

36. PARLIAMENTARY WORKS SPONSOR BODY

Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg

That, under the provisions of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Act 2019, Tommy Sheppard having resigned as a Parliamentary member of the Parliamentary Works Sponsor Body, Kirsty Blackman be appointed to the Body in his place.

37. POLICE, CRIME, SENTENCING AND COURTS BILL: SECOND READING

38. POLICE, CRIME, SENTENCING AND COURTS BILL: MONEY

Jesse Norman

That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, it is expedient to authorise the payment out of money provided by Parliament of:

(1) any expenditure incurred under or by virtue of the Act by a Minister of the Crown, government department or other public authority, and

(2) any increase attributable to the Act in the sums payable under any other Act out of money so provided.

Notes:

Queen’s Recommendation signified.

39. POLICE, CRIME, SENTENCING AND COURTS BILL: WAYS AND MEANS

Jesse Norman

That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, it is expedient to authorise the charging of fees for courses offered as an alternative to prosecution for road traffic offences.

40. DELEGATED LEGISLATION (ELECTORAL COMMISSION)

Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg

That the Motion in the name of Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg relating to the Electoral Commission shall be treated as if it related to an instrument subject to the provisions of Standing Order No. 118 (Delegated Legislation Committees) in respect of which notice has been given that the instrument be approved.