Skip to main content

Votes and Proceedings
Wednesday 20 October 2021

Read the agenda for business in the House of Commons chamber, Westminster Hall and Commons Committees.

Find out more about the Votes and Proceedings

Contents

Chamber business

The House met at 11.30 am.

Prayers

1Selection

Ordered, That Mike Freer be discharged from the Committee of Selection and Michael Tomlinson be added.—(Stuart Andrew.)

2Questions to (1) the President of COP26

(2) the Prime Minister

3Observation of a period of silence

The House observed a minute’s silence in memory of James Brokenshire.

4Speaker’s Statement: Tributes to James Brokenshire

James was a politician who commanded affection and respect from colleagues, no matter which party they represented. In a parliamentary career spanning 16 years, James’s contribution to public life was immense: he served in successive Governments in Ministerial roles across the Home Office, as well as serving as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and later as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government. His commitment to serving his constituents in Old Bexley and Sidcup was also obvious to anybody who knew him.

I will always remember James for his positivity and good sense of humour – and for being one of the most friendly, thoughtful and well-liked people in the House of Commons. His passing is a profound loss to us all.

Our thoughts go out to his wife Cathy and their three children.

5Urgent Question: Sexual misconduct in the Police (Kit Malthouse)

6Decarbonisation and Economic Strategy: Motion for leave to bring in a Bill (Standing Order No. 23)

Ordered, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to place duties on the Secretary of State to decarbonise the United Kingdom economy and to reverse inequality; to establish a ten-year economic and public investment strategy in accordance with those duties which promotes a community- and employee-led transition from high-carbon to low- and zero-carbon industry; to require the Government to report on its adherence to the strategy; to establish higher environmental standards for air, water and green spaces; to make provision to protect and restore natural habitats; and for connected purposes;

That Caroline Lucas, Clive Lewis, Zarah Sultana, Wera Hobhouse, Nadia Whittome, Debbie Abrahams, Claire Hanna, Stephen Farry and Beth Winter present the Bill.

Caroline Lucas accordingly presented the Bill.

Bill read the first time; to be read a second time on Friday 18 March 2022, and to be printed (Bill 172).

7Environment Bill: Programme (No. 6)

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83A(7)), That the following provisions shall apply to the Environment Bill for the purpose of supplementing the Order of 26 February 2020 in the last Session of Parliament (Environment Bill: Programme), as varied in that Session by the Orders of 4 May 2020 (Environment Bill: Programme (No. 2)), 22 June 2020 (Environment Bill: Programme (No. 3)), 28 September 2020 (Environment Bill: Programme (No. 4)) and 26 January 2021 (Environment Bill: Programme (No. 5)):

Consideration of Lords Amendments

(1) Proceedings on consideration of Lords Amendments shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion six hours after their commencement.

(2) The proceedings—

(a) shall be taken in the order shown in the first column of the following Table, and

(b) shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion at the times specified in the second column of the Table.

Lords Amendments

Time for conclusion of proceedings

Nos. 1 to 3, 12, 28, 31, 33, 75, 4 to 11, 13 to 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 64, 69, 70

Two hours after the commencement of proceedings on consideration of Lords Amendments.

Nos. 43, 45, 65 to 67, 94, 95, 46 to 63, 71 to 74, 91 to 93

Four and a half hours after the commencement of those proceedings.

Nos. 85, 36 to 42, 44, 68, 76 to 84, 86 to 90

Six hours after the commencement of those proceedings.

Subsequent stages

(3) Any further Message from the Lords may be considered forthwith without any Question being put.

(4) Proceedings on any further Message from the Lords shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion one hour after their commencement.—(Heather Wheeler.)

Question agreed to.

8Environment Bill: Consideration of Lords Amendments

The Deputy Speaker announced that Lords Amendments 28, 40 and 59 engaged Commons financial privilege.

Lords Amendment 1

Motion made and Question proposed, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 1.—(Rebecca Pow.)

9Royal Assent

The Deputy Speaker announced Royal Assent to the following Acts and Measure:

Health and Social Care Levy Act 2021

Compensation (London Capital & Finance plc and Fraud Compensation Fund) Act 2021

Safeguarding (Code of Practice) Measure 2021

10Environment Bill: Consideration of Lords Amendments (resumed)

Question again proposed, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 1.

Question put and agreed to.

Lords Amendment 1 accordingly disagreed to.

Lords Amendment 2 disagreed to.

Lords Amendment 3

Motion made and Question put, That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 3.—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 86

Ayes: 307 (Tellers: Gareth Johnson, Michael Tomlinson)

Noes: 185 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 3 accordingly disagreed to.

It being two hours after the commencement of proceedings on consideration of Lords Amendments, the Deputy Speaker put the Questions necessary to bring proceedings on Lords Amendments 1 to 3, 12, 28, 31, 33, 75, 4 to 11, 13 to 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 64, 69 and 70 to a conclusion (Programme Order, today).

The following Questions were put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83F).

(1) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 12 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 87

Ayes: 305 (Tellers: Gareth Johnson, Michael Tomlinson)

Noes: 179 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 12 accordingly disagreed to.

(2) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 28 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 88

Ayes: 309 (Tellers: Michael Tomlinson, Gareth Johnson)

Noes: 185 (Tellers: Tim Farron, Jamie Stone)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 28 accordingly disagreed to.

(3) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 31 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 89

Ayes: 307 (Tellers: Gareth Johnson, Michael Tomlinson)

Noes: 180 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 31 accordingly disagreed to.

(4) That Amendments (a) and (b) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendment 31 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Amendments (a) and (b) accordingly made in lieu of Lords Amendment 31 disagreed to.

(5) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 33 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 33 accordingly disagreed to.

(6) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 75 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 75 accordingly disagreed to.

(7) That Amendments (a) and (b) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendment 75 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Amendments (a) and (b) accordingly made in lieu of Lords Amendment 75 disagreed to.

(8) That Lords Amendments 4 to 11, 13 to 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 64, 69 and 70 be agreed to (Single Question to agree with all remaining Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendments 4 to 11, 13 to 27, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35, 64, 69 and 70 accordingly agreed to.

Lords Amendment 43

Motion made and Question put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 43.—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 90

Ayes: 297 (Tellers: Alan Mak, Craig Whittaker)

Noes: 182 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 43 accordingly disagreed to.

It being four and a half hours from after the commencement of proceedings on consideration ofLords Amendments, the Deputy Speaker put the Questions necessary at this timeto bring proceedings on Lords Amendments 43, 45, 65 to 67, 94, 95, 46 to 63, 71 to 74 and 91 to 93 to a conclusion (Programme Order, today).

(1) That Amendment (a) be made to Lords Amendment 45. (Single Question on any Amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown to a Lords Amendment).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 91

Ayes: 268 (Tellers: Alan Mak, Craig Whittaker)

Noes: 204 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 45, as amended, agreed to.

(2) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 65 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 92

Ayes: 291 (Tellers: Alan Mak, Craig Whittaker)

Noes: 174 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 65 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 65 accordingly disagreed to.

(3) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 66 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 66 accordingly disagreed to.

(4) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 67 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 67 accordingly disagreed to.

(5) That Amendments (a) to (e) be made to the Bill in lieu of Lords Amendment 67 disagreed to (Single Question on any amendments moved by a Minister of the Crown relevant to the Lords Amendment).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Amendments (a) to (e) accordingly made in lLieu of Lords Amendment 67 disagreed to.

(6) That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 94 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

The House divided.

Division No. 93

Ayes: 290 (Tellers: Alan Mak, Craig Whittaker)

Noes: 179 (Tellers: Colleen Fletcher, Liz Twist)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 94 accordingly disagreed to.

(7) That this House disagrees with Lords Amendment 95 (Question on any Motion moved by a Minister of the Crown to disagree with Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 95 accordingly disagreed to.

(8) That Lords Amendments 46 to 63, 71 to 74 and 91 to 93 be agreed to (Single Question to agree with all remaining Lords Amendments).—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendments 46 to 63, 71 to 74 and 91 to 93 accordingly agreed to with Commons financial privilege waived in respect of Lords Amendment 59.

Lords Amendment 85

Motion made and Question put, That this House disagrees with the Lords in their Amendment 85.—(Rebecca Pow.)

Question agreed to.

Lords Amendment 85 accordingly disagreed to.

Amendments (a) to (c) made in lieu of Lords Amendment 85 disagreed to.

Lords Amendments 36 to 42, 44, 68, 76 to 84 and 86 to 90 agreed to with Commons financial privilege waived in respect of Lords Amendment 40.

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 83H(2)), That a Committee be appointed to draw up Reasons to be assigned to the Lords for disagreeing to their Amendments 1, 2, 3, 12, 28, 33, 43, 65, 66, 94 and 95.

That Rebecca Pow, Ruth Edwards, Selaine Saxby, Mrs Heather Wheeler, Ruth Jones, Mary Glindon and Deidre Brock be members of the Committee.

That Rebecca Pow be the Chair of the Committee.

That three be the quorum of the Committee.

That the Committee do withdraw immediately.—(Michael Tomlinson.)

Question agreed to.

11Statement: Security update (Secretary Priti Patel)

12Statutory Instruments: Motion for Approval

Motion made and Question put forthwith (Standing Order No. 118(6)), That the draft Airports Slot Allocation (Alleviation of Usage Requirements) (No. 2) Regulations 2021, which were laid before this House on 19 July, be approved.—(David T C Davies.)

Question agreed to.

13Public petitions

A public petition from residents of the United Kingdom relating to electrification of the Hull to Selby railway line was presented and read by Emma Hardy.

14Environment Bill: Reasons Committee

Rebecca Pow reported that the Committee had agreed the following Reasons:

Lords Amendment 1

Because the provision made by the Amendment is unnecessary.

Lords Amendment 2

Because it is not necessary for soil health and quality to be a priority area in order to set a target.

Lords Amendment 3

Because the powers conferred by clause 2 should not be limited in the manner proposed.

Lords Amendment 12

Because the Secretary of State should not be placed under a statutory duty to meet interim targets.

Lords Amendment 28

Because it affects the areas of taxation, spending and the allocation of resources within government, and the Commons do not offer any further Reason, trusting that this Reason may be deemed sufficient.

Lords Amendment 33

Because the circumstances in which the court may grant a remedy on an environmental review should not be altered in the manner proposed.

Lords Amendment 43

Because the law already makes provision to protect pollinators from the effect of pesticides.

Lords Amendment 65

Because the powers conferred by clauses 105 and 106 should not be limited in the manner proposed.

Lords Amendment 66

Because the National Planning Policy Framework and the Forestry Commission and Natural England’s standing advice already make provision to protect ancient woodland in England.

Lords Amendments 94 and 95

Because the timetable for the Secretary of State’s review of legislation relating to forest risk commodities should not be brought forward.

The Reasons were agreed to.

15Adjournment

Subject: NHS dentistry in Lincolnshire (Dr Caroline Johnson)

Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—(David T C Davies.)

Adjourned at 9.01 pm until tomorrow.

Other Proceedings

General Committees: Reports

16Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee

Sir Gary Streeter (Chair) reported the Draft Heavy Commercial Vehicles in Kent (No. 1) (Amendment) Order 2021 and the Heavy Commercial Vehicles in Kent (No. 2) (Amendment) Order 2021.

17Fifth Delegated Legislation Committee

Sir George Howarth (Chair) reported the draft National Security and Investment Act 2021 (Monetary Penalties) (Turnover of a Business) Regulations 2021 and the draft National Security and Investment Act 2021 (Notifiable Acquisition) (Specification of Qualifying Entities) Regulations 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).

18Subsidy Control Bill Committee

Members: Simon Baynes, Scott Benton, Kirsty Blackman, Andrew Bowie, Felicity Buchan, Bill Esterson, Colleen Fletcher, Stephen Flynn, Kevin Hollinrake, Daniel Kawczynski, Stephen Kinnock, Seema Malhotra, Robin Millar, Paul Scully, Alexander Stafford, Michael Tomlinson and Mick Whitley

19First Delegated Legislation Committee (Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) (Amendment) (No. 3) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 1073))

Members: Rushanara Ali, Mr Clive Betts, Saqib Bhatti, Fiona Bruce, Alun Cairns, Brendan Clarke-Smith, Steve Double, Gill Furniss, Dame Diana Johnson, David Johnston, Barbara Keeley, Liz Kendall, Grahame Morris, Tom Randall, Dr Ben Spencer, Maggie Throup and Giles Watling

20Second Delegated Legislation Committee (Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (Coronavirus) (Amendment of Schedule 10) (No. 2) Regulations 2021 (SI, 2021, No. 1091))

Members: Apsana Begum, Chris Bryant, Sarah Champion, Colleen Fletcher, Mark Fletcher, Richard Graham, Mrs Pauline Latham, Andrew Lewer, Chris Loder, Seema Malhotra, Damien Moore, Mark Pawsey, Paul Scully, Mr Bob Seely, Mr Barry Sheerman, Richard Thomson and Craig Whittaker

Reports from Select Committees

21Environmental Audit Committee

(1) Sustainability of the built environment: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 76);

(2) Net zero aviation and shipping: Written evidence, to be published (HC 520)

(Philip Dunne).

22European Scrutiny Committee

(1) Brexit divorce bill and UK participation in EU programmes: how much and who pays?: Ninth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 815);

(2) Tenth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 121-ix);

(3) Ministerial correspondence: Written evidence, to be published (HC 121);

(4) The institutional framework of the UK/EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Written evidence, to be published (HC 450)

(Sir William Cash).

23Home Affairs Committee

(1) Investigation and prosecution of rape: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 193);

(2) Afghanistan: safe routes and resettlement: Part of the written evidence, to be published (HC 706);

(3) Correspondence from the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service relating to the review of culture and standards in the Metropolitan Police Service: Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Correspondence from the Director Public Policy EMEA, Instagram relating to online harms: Written evidence, to be published;

(5) Correspondence from the Head of UK Public Policy, Twitter relating to online harms: Written evidence, to be published;

(6) Correspondence from the Home Secretary relating to the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act 2011: Written evidence, to be published

(Yvette Cooper).

24

Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee

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

(2) Local Government and the path to net zero: Written evidence, to be published (HC 34);

(3) Supporting our high streets after COVID-19: Written evidence, to be published (HC 37)

(Mr Clive Betts).

25Human Rights (Joint Committee on)

(1) Legislative Scrutiny: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, Part 3 (Public Order): Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report: Fifth Special Report, to be printed (HC 724);

(2) Legislative Scrutiny: Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, Part 4 (Unauthorised Encampments): Government Response to the Committee’s Fourth Report: Sixth Special Report, to be printed (HC 765);

(3) Legislative Scrutiny: Nationality and Borders Bill: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 588)

(Ms Harriet Harman).

26International Development Committee

The Independent Commission for Aid Impact’s review on International Climate Finance: UK aid for halting deforestation and preventing irreversible biodiversity loss: Oral evidence taken before the Sub-Committee, to be published (HC 730) (Theo Clarke).

27International Trade Committee

(1) Correspondence from the Chair of the Trade Remedies Authority relating to a Transition Review of anti-dumping measures: Written evidence, to be published;

(2) Correspondence from the Minister of State for Trade Policy relating to the Export Support Service: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) UK trade negotiations: Written evidence, to be published (HC 127)

(Angus Brendan MacNeil).

28National Security Strategy (Joint Committee on)

Work of the National Security Adviser: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 760) (Margaret Beckett).

29Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

The experience of minority ethnic and migrant people in Northern Ireland: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 159) (Simon Hoare).

30Science and Technology Committee

(1) R&D investment: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 785);

(2) UK Space strategy and UK satellite infrastructure: Part of the written evidence, to be published (HC 98)

(Greg Clark).

31Science and Technology Committee and Health and Social Care Committee

Coronavirus: lessons learnt: Written evidence, to be published (HC 92) (Greg Clark).

32Science and Technology Committee and Transport Committee

Committee on COP26: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 681) (Greg Clark).

33Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee on)

(1) Twelfth Report, to be printed, with the formal minutes relating to the Report (HC 56-xii);

(2) Rule of Law Themes from COVID-19 Regulations: Government Response to the Committee’s First Special Report: Second Special Report, to be printed (HC 774)

(Jessica Morden).

34Transport Committee

Road Pricing: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 789) (Huw Merriman).

35Treasury Committee

(1) Jobs, growth and productivity after coronavirus: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 150);

(2) Correspondence from the Financial Conduct Authority relating to London Capital & Finance plc: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) Correspondence from the Financial Secretary to the Treasury relating to Making Tax Digital for Income Tax: Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Future for financial services: Written evidence, to be published (HC 147)

(Mel Stride).

36Women and Equalities Committee

(1) Pre-appointment hearing for Chair of the Social Mobility Commission: Oral evidence, to be published (HC 782);

(2) Correspondence with the Chief Executive of the Sex Education Forum relating to the Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) Levelling up and equality: a framework for change: Written evidence, to be published (HC 702);

(4) Menopause and the workplace: Written evidence, to be published (HC 602);

(5) The rights of cohabiting partners: Written evidence, to be published (HC 130)

(Caroline Nokes).

37Work and Pensions Committee

(1) Children in poverty: No recourse to public funds: Oral and written evidence, to be published (HC 603);

(2) Correspondence relating to forecasts of income poverty: Written evidence, to be published;

(3) Correspondence with HM Revenue & Customs relating to RTI and Universal Credit: Written evidence, to be published;

(4) Correspondence with the Financial Secretary to the Treasury relating to giving evidence to the Committee: Written evidence, to be published;

(5) Correspondence with the Pensions Minister relating to delays to state pension payments: Written evidence, to be published;

(6) Correspondence with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions relating to the PIP administration exercise: Written evidence, to be published;

(7) DWP’s response to the coronavirus outbreak: Written evidence, to be published (HC 235);

(8) Protecting pension savers—five years on from the Pension Freedoms: Accessing pension savings: Written evidence, to be published (HC 237);

(9) The work of the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work: Written evidence, to be published (HC 671)

(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))

1Impact of the AUKUS pact on Anglo-Chinese relations

Resolved, That this House has considered the impact of the AUKUS pact on Anglo-Chinese relations.—(Daniel Kawczynski.)

2Future impact of artificial intelligence on the economy and society

Resolved, That this House has considered the future impact of artificial intelligence on the economy and society.—(Nick Fletcher.)

The sitting was suspended between 11.29 am and 2.30 pm (Standing Order No. 10(1)(b)).

3Access to cash

Resolved, That this House has considered access to cash.—(Alex Davies-Jones.)

4Humanitarian situation in Yemen

Resolved, That this House has considered the humanitarian situation in Yemen.—(Gill Furniss.)

5Carbon capture and storage

The sitting was suspended between 4.33 pm and 5.29 pm for divisions in the House (Standing Order No. 10(3)).

Resolved, That this House has considered carbon capture and storage.—(Anthony Browne.)

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

Adjourned at 6.27pm until tomorrow.

Eleanor Laing

Chairman of Ways and Means

Papers Laid

Other papers

1National Audit

Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on Ministry of Justice and HM Courts and Tribunals Service: Reducing the backlog in criminal courts (by Act), to be printed (HC 732) (Clerk of the House)

2National Health Service

(1) Report and Accounts of Airedale NHS Foundation Trust for 2020–21 (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

(2) Report and Accounts of Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for 2020–21 (by Act) (Secretary Sajid Javid)

3UK Borders

Report of the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration: A short inspection of reporting events at Becket House Immigration Reporting Centre based on onsite observations (by Act) (Secretary Priti Patel)

Withdrawn papers

4National Health Service

Report and Accounts of Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for 2020–21 (laid 15 September)