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Wednesday 10 March 2021

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Chamber business

The House met at 11.30 am.

Prayers

1Questions to (1) the Secretary of State for Scotland

(2) the Prime Minister

2Urgent Questions: (1) Northern Ireland Protocol (Secretary Brandon Lewis)

(2) Planned reforms to Hong Kong's electoral system (Nigel Adams)

3Electrical Safety (Online Sales) Bill: Presentation (Standing Order No. 57)

Richard Thomson presented a 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.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time tomorrow, and to be printed (Bill 271).

4Pig Husbandry (Farrowing): Motion for leave to bring in a Bill (Standing Order No. 23)

Motion made and Question proposed, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to prohibit the use of farrowing crates in pig farming; and for connected purposes.—(Sir David Amess.)

Motion opposed (Standing Order No. 23(1)).

Question put and agreed to.

Ordered, That Sir David Amess, Ian Byrne, Dr Lisa Cameron, Tracey Crouch, Geraint Davies, Sir Roger Gale, Chris Loder, Kerry McCarthy, Andrew Rosindell, Dean Russell, Henry Smith and Theresa Villiers present the Bill.

Sir David Amess accordingly presented the Bill.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time tomorrow, and to be printed (Bill 272).

5Estimates Day (Standing Order No. 54(2), and Resolution, 2 March) (3rd allotted day)

(1) 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

Motion made and Question proposed, 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.—(David Duguid.)

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

Debate concluded and Question deferred (Standing Order No. 54(4)). 

(2) 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)

Motion made and Question proposed, 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.—(David T C Davies.)

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

Debate concluded and Question deferred (Standing Order No. 54(4)).

6Supplementary Estimates (Questions deferred)

The following Questions were put forthwith (Standing Order No. 54(6)).

(1) Supplementary Estimate 2020–21: Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (Question deferred, today)

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.

Question agreed to.

(2) Supplementary Estimate 2020–21: Cabinet Office (Question deferred, today)

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.

Question agreed to.

7Remaining Estimates

The following Questions were put forthwith (Standing Order No. 55).

(1) Supplementary Estimates 2020–21 (Army) Vote A

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(2) Supplementary Estimates 2020–21 (Air) Vote A

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

Question agreed to.

(3) Estimates 2021–22 (Navy) Vote A

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(4) Estimates 2021–22 (Army) Vote A

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(5) Estimates 2021–22 (Air) Vote A

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(6) Estimates, Excesses, 2018–19

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(7) Estimates, Excesses, 2019–20

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(8) Supplementary Estimates 2020–21

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(9) Estimates, Vote on Account 2021–22

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.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

8Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) (No. 2) Bill: Motion to introduce a Bill

Ordered, That a Bill be brought in upon the foregoing Resolutions relating to Supplementary Estimates 2020–21, Excesses 2018–19, Excesses 2019–20 and Vote on Account 2021–22.

That the Chairman of Ways and Means, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Steve Barclay, Jesse Norman, John Glen and Kemi Badenoch introduce the Bill.

Jesse Norman accordingly presented a Bill to authorise the use of resources for the years ending with 31 March 2019, 31 March 2020, 31 March 2021 and 31 March 2022; to authorise the issue of sums out of the Consolidated Fund for the years ending 31 March 2020, 31 March 2021 and 31 March 2022; and to appropriate the supply authorised by this Act for the years ending with 31 March 2019, 31 March 2020 and 31 March 2021.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time tomorrow, and to be printed (Bill 273).

9Statutory Instruments: Motions for Approval

(1) Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the draft Renewables Obligation (Amendment) Order 2021, which was laid before this House on 3 February, be approved.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

(2) Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 164), dated 17 February 2021, a copy of which was laid before this House on 19 February, be approved.—(Scott Mann.)

Question agreed to.

10Public petitions

A public petition from residents of Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland relating to the protection of monuments of Captain James Cook was presented and read by Mr Simon Clarke.

11Adjournment

Subject: Nord Stream 2 pipeline (Daniel Kawczynski)

Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—(Scott Mann.) 

Adjourned at 7.35 pm until tomorrow.

Other Proceedings

Changes to Notices Given

12Sewage (Inland Waters) Bill

Bill to be read a second time on Friday 19 March.

General Committees: Reports

13Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee

Mrs Maria Miller (Chair) reported the draft Registration of Marriages Regulations 2021.

14Fifth Delegated Legislation Committee

Sir Charles Walker (Chair) reported the draft Financial Reporting Council (Miscellaneous Provisions) Order 2021.

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).

15First Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Representation of the People (Proxy Vote Applications) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021)

Members: Stuart Andrew, Alex Davies-Jones, Leo Docherty, David Duguid, Marion Fellows, Colleen Fletcher, Mike Freer, Andrew Gwynne, Rebecca Harris, Jane Hunt, Julia Lopez, Tom Pursglove, Mr Barry Sheerman, Cat Smith, Maggie Throup, Michael Tomlinson and Jon Trickett

16Second Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Grants to the Churches Conservation Trust Order 2021)

Members: Stuart Andrew, Neil Coyle, Caroline Dinenage, Leo Docherty, Peter Dowd, David Duguid, Yvonne Fovargue, Mike Freer, Rebecca Harris, John Lamont, Tom Pursglove, Lloyd Russell-Moyle, Alex Sobel, Sam Tarry, Maggie Throup, Michael Tomlinson and Liz Twist

17Third Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Extradition Act 2003 (Codes of Practice and Transit Code of Practice) Order 2021)

Members: Stuart Andrew, Geraint Davies, Leo Docherty, David Duguid, Kevin Foster, Mike Freer, Rebecca Harris, Mike Hill, Paul Holmes, Conor McGinn, Kate Osborne, Taiwo Owatemi, Tom Pursglove, Mark Tami, Richard Thomson, Maggie Throup and Michael Tomlinson

18Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee (Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place and Restrictions: All Tiers) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI 2021, No. 247))

Members: Stuart Andrew, Jo Churchill, Leo Docherty, Steve Double, David Duguid, Mike Freer, Rebecca Harris, Clive Lewis, John McDonnell, Justin Madders, Shabana Mahmood, Tom Pursglove, Andy Slaughter, Graham Stringer, Maggie Throup, Michael Tomlinson and Liz Twist

19Fifth Delegated Legislation Committee (draft Direct Payments to Farmers (Reductions and Simplifications) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 and draft Agriculture (Financial Assistance) Regulations 2021)

Members: Stuart Andrew, Leo Docherty, David Duguid, Mary Kelly Foy, Mike Freer, Gill Furniss, Ms Harriet Harman, Rebecca Harris, Sir Mark Hendrick, Darren Jones, Fay Jones, Barbara Keeley, Victoria Prentis, Tom Pursglove, Maggie Throup, Michael Tomlinson and Daniel Zeichner

Reports from Select Committees

20Armed Forces Bill (Select Committee on the)

Armed Forces Bill: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 1281) (James Sunderland).

21Education Committee

A plan for an adult skills and lifelong learning revolution: Government Response to the Committee's Third Report: Third Special Report, to be printed (HC 1310) (Robert Halfon).

22Environmental Audit Committee

(1) Water quality in rivers: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 902);

(2) Green jobs and the just transition: Written evidence, to be published (HC 903)

(Philip Dunne).

23European Scrutiny Committee

(1) Thirty-ninth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 229-xxxiv);

(2) Ministerial correspondence: Written evidence, to be published (HC 229)

(Sir William Cash).

24Home Affairs Committee

(1) Home Office preparedness for COVID-19 (coronavirus): Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 232);

(2) Channel crossings, migration and asylum-seeking routes through the EU: Part of the written evidence, to be published (HC 705);

(3) Online harms: Written evidence, to be published (HC 342);

(4) Police conduct and complaints: Part of the written evidence, to be published (HC 706);

(5) The Windrush Compensation Scheme: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1013);

(6) Work of the Home Secretary: Written evidence, to be published (HC 561)

(Yvette Cooper).

25Human Rights (Joint Committee on)

The Government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 1161) (Ms Harriet Harman).

26International Trade Committee

(1) Digital trade and data: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 1096);

(2) Correspondence from the Secretary of State: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) Inward Foreign Direct Investment: Written evidence, to be published (HC 1097);

(4) UK Export Finance: Written evidence, to be published (HC 700);

(5) UK trade negotiations: Written evidence, to be published (HC 233)

(Angus Brendan MacNeil).

27Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

(1) Citizenship and Passport Processes in Northern Ireland: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 1111);

(2) Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol: Written evidence, to be published (HC 767)

(Simon Hoare).

28Procedure Committee

(1) Back to the future? Procedure after coronavirus restrictions: Eighth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 1282);

(2) The procedure of the House of Commons and the territorial constitution: Written evidence, to be published (HC 838)

(Karen Bradley).

29Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee on)

Forty-third Report, to be printed (HC 75-xliii) (Jessica Morden).

30Statutory Instruments (Select Committee on)

Thirty-sixth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 73-xxxvi) (Jessica Morden).

31Transport Committee

Reforming public transport after the pandemic: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 676) (Huw Merriman).

32Treasury Committee

Budget 2021: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 1196) (Mel Stride).

33Women and Equalities Committee

Take-up of the COVID-19 vaccines in BAME communities and women: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 1224) (Caroline Nokes).

34Work and Pensions Committee

(1) Disability employment gap: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 957);

(2) Correspondence with the Minister for Pensions and Financial Inclusion relating to Post Office Card Accounts: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) Protecting pension savers—five years on from the pension freedoms: Pension scams: Written evidence, to be published (HC 648)

(Stephen Timms).

Lindsay Hoyle

Speaker

Westminster Hall

The sitting began at 9.25 am (Order, 25 February).

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

1Residential leaseholders and interim fire safety costs

The Chair announced a time limit on backbench speeches (under the authority of the Chairman of Ways and Means and Standing Order No. 47(1)).  

Resolved, That this House has considered residential leaseholders and interim fire safety costs.—(Florence Eshalomi.)

2Legal status of automatic computer-based decisions

Resolved, That this House has considered the legal status of automatic computer-based decisions.—(Darren Jones.)

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

3Maternal mental health

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered maternal mental health.—(Sarah Olney.)

The Chair announced a time limit on backbench speeches (under the authority of the Chairman of Ways and Means and Standing Order No. 47(1)).

Resolved, That this House has considered maternal mental health.

4Noise pollution and military aviation

Resolved, That this House has considered noise pollution and military aviation.—(Hywel Williams.)

The sitting was suspended between 4.35 pm and 4.50 pm (Order, 25 February).

5Household overcrowding and the COVID-19 outbreak 

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House has considered household overcrowding and the COVID-19 outbreak.—(Stephen Timms.)

At 5.50pm, the Motion lapsed (Standing Order No. 10(14)).

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

Adjourned at 5.50 pm until tomorrow.

Eleanor Laing

Chairman of Ways and Means

Papers Laid

Papers subject to Affirmative Resolution

1Exiting the European Union (Agriculture)

Common Organisation of the Markets in Agricultural Products (Wine) (Amendment, etc.) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 279), dated 9 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary George Eustice)

Papers subject to Negative Resolution

2Education

Education (Student Support) (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 268), dated 8 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Michelle Donelan)

3Employment and Training

Public Sector Apprenticeship Targets (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 278), dated 9 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Gillian Keegan)

4Exiting the European Union (Immigration)

Immigration and Nationality (Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 269), dated 8 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum and an Impact Assessment (by Command) (Secretary Priti Patel)

5Government Resources and Accounts

Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000 (Estimates and Accounts) Order 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 265), dated 8 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Steve Barclay)

6Landlord and Tenant

(1) Business Tenancies (Protection from Forfeiture: Relevant Period) (Coronavirus) (England) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 283), dated 9 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Eddie Hughes)

(2) Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies: Protection from Eviction) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 284), dated 10 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Christopher Pincher)

7Merchant Shipping

Merchant Shipping (Light Dues) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 280), dated 6 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Secretary Grant Shapps)

8Rating and Valuation

Non-Domestic Rating (Transitional Protection Payments and Rates Retention) (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 262), dated 8 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Luke Hall)

9Social Security

Statutory Sick Pay (Coronavirus) (Funding of Employers' Liabilities) (Amendment) Regulations and the Statutory Sick Pay (Coronavirus) (Funding of Employers' Liabilities) (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 281), dated 9 March 2021 (by Act), with an Explanatory Memorandum (by Command) (Jesse Norman)

Other papers

10Fisheries

Secretary of State determination of fishing opportunities for British fishing boats (by Act) (Secretary George Eustice)

11Food Safety

Food Law Code of Practice (England) (by Act) (Jo Churchill)

12National Audit

Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Investigation into the Culture Recovery Fund (by Act), to be printed (HC 1241) (Clerk of the House)

13National Lottery etc.

Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Distribution Account for 2019–20, with the Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (by Act), to be printed (HC 1312) (Clerk of the House)

SPEAKER'S CERTIFICATES

Voting by proxy

1. New pandemic proxy voting arrangements

The Speaker has certified, under the terms of Standing Order No. 39A (Voting by proxy), as amended by the temporary Orders of 23 September 2020 (Proxy voting during the pandemic) and 3 November 2020 (Proxy voting during the pandemic (No. 2)) and extended by the Order of 22 October 2020, that the Members listed in the table below are eligible to have a proxy vote cast on their behalf by the nominated proxies listed in the table below, starting on the dates specified below and ending on Tuesday 30 March 2021, unless the arrangement is ended or the House otherwise orders. 

Member

From

Proxy

Patrick Grady

11 March

Owen Thompson

Mr Peter Bone

15 March 

Stuart Andrew

Chris Loder

16 March 

Robbie Moore

2. Variation of existing pandemic proxy voting arrangements

The Speaker has certified, under the terms of Standing Order No. 39A (Voting by proxy), as amended by the temporary Orders of 23 September 2020 (Proxy voting during the pandemic) and 3 November 2020 (Proxy voting during the pandemic (No. 2)) and extended by the Order of 22 October 2020, that the following Members have given notice that they wish to amend their proxy voting arrangement:

From 11 March, the nominated proxy for the following members will be Owen Thompson instead of Patrick Grady

Hannah Bardell

Neale Hanvey

Mhairi Black

Drew Hendry

Ian Blackford

Stewart Hosie

Kirsty Blackman

Chris Law

Steven Bonnar

David Linden

Deidre Brock

Kenny MacAskill

Alan Brown

Angus MacNeil

Amy Callaghan

Stewart McDonald

Dr Lisa Cameron

Stuart C McDonald

Douglas Chapman

Anne McLaughlin

Joanna Cherry

John McNally

Ronnie Cowan

Carol Monaghan

Angela Crawley

Gavin Newlands

Martyn Day

John Nicolson

Martin Docherty-Hughes

Brendan O'Hara

Dave Doogan

Kirsten Oswald

Allan Dorans

Tommy Sheppard

Colum Eastwood

Alyn Smith

Marion Fellows

Chris Stephens

Stephen Flynn

Alison Thewliss

Patricia Gibson

Richard Thomson

Peter Grant

Dr Phillipa Whitford

Neil Gray

Pete Wishart

From 15 March 2021 the nominated proxy for Sammy Wilson, and Gavin Robinson will be Ian Paisley instead of Sir Jeffrey M Donaldson.

From 16 March 2021 the nominated proxy for Matt Vickers will be Tom Hunt instead of Chris Loder.

                          

CORRECTIONS

Tuesday 9 March 2021

This item should have appeared after item 29 (Other Proceedings):

Work and Pensions Committee and Economic Affairs Committee (Lords)

Universal Credit: the wait for a first payment: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 204) (Stephen Timms).

 

Item 11 (Papers Laid) should have read:

Exiting the European Union (Criminal Law)

Proposal for an instrument titled Criminal Justice (Electronic Commerce) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2021, with an Explanatory Memorandum (laid 2 March 2021)