Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 29 April 2019

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Monday 29 April 2019
TimeBusiness
9.45amNorthern Ireland Affairs
Subject: Changes to NI Renewable Heat Incentive payments
Witness(es): Thomas Douglas, Ulster Farmer's Union Chris Osborne, Ulster Farmer's Union
Location: Other
2.15pmLiaison Committee Sub-committee on the effectiveness and influence of the select committee system
Subject: The effectiveness and influence of the select committee system
Witness(es): Dame Una O’Brien DCB, former Permanent Secretary Sir Richard Mottram GCB, former Permanent Secretary Rt Hon Charles Clarke, former Secretary of State Professor Meg Russell, Director, Constitution Unit, University College London Dr Hannah White, Deputy Director, Institute for Government Dr Ruth Fox, Director, Hansard Society Professor Tony Wright, Emeritus Professor of Government and Public Policy, University College London
Location: Other
4pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Planning and the broken housing market
Witness(es): Melanie Dawes, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government Simon Ridley, Director General, Decentralisation and Growth, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government Simon Gallagher, Director of Planning, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Location: Other
Tuesday 30 April 2019
TimeBusiness
10amPublic Administration and Constitutional Affairs
Subject: The Role of Parliament in the UK Constitution: Authorising the Use of Military Force
Witness(es): RT Hon Jack Straw, Foreign Secretary 2001-2006 Rt Hon Lord Hague Of Richmond, Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State 2010-2014
Location: Other
10.15amScottish Affairs
Subject: Access to Financial Services
Witness(es):
Location: Other
11.30amDefence
Subject: UK Response to Hybrid Threats
Witness(es): Dr Rob Dover, University of Leicester Dr Anna Hillingdon, University of Bournemouth Elisabeth Braw, RUSI
Location: Other
2.30pmHealth and Social Care
Subject: NHS Long-term Plan: legislative proposals
Witness(es): David Hare, Chief Executive, Independent Healthcare Providers Network Prof Sue Richards, Executive Committee member, Keep Our NHS Public Andrew Taylor, former Director of Cooperation and Competition Panel for NHS-funded services Dr Graham Winyard, Former Chief Medical Officer for NHS in England Dr Clare Gerada, Medical Director, NHS Practitioner Health Programme Sara Gorton, Head of Health, UNISON Donna Kinnair, Acting Chief Executive and General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing Rob Harwood, Chair, BMA Consultants Committee
Location: Other
Wednesday 1 May 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWork and Pensions
Subject: Universal Credit: ‘natural’ migration
Witness(es): Alok Sharma MP, Minister of State for Employment, Department of Work and Pensions
Location: Other
9.40amHealth and Social Care
Subject: NHS Long-term Plan: legislative proposals
Witness(es):
Location: Other
9.45amTransport
Subject: Active travel
Witness(es): Mike Wilson, Chief Highways Engineer, Highways England Richard Leonard, Head of Road Safety, Highways England Jesse Norman MP, Minister of State, Department for Transport
Location: Other
10amInternational Trade
Subject: UK investment policy
Witness(es):
Location: Other
10amEducation
Subject: Opportunity areas
Witness(es):
Location: Other
10.15amScottish Affairs
Subject: Access to Financial Services
Witness(es):
Location: Other
2.30pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Submarine defueling and dismantling
Witness(es): Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence Rear Admiral Tim Hodgson, Defence Nuclear Organisation Sub Cap Director, Ministry of Defence Ian Booth, Chief Executive, Submarine Delivery Agency Archie Bethel, Chief Executive, Babcock International Group
Location: Other
3pmLiaison
Subject: Evidence from the Prime Minister: Brexit
Witness(es): Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Prime Minister
Location: Other
4pmCommittees on Arms Export Controls
Subject: 2017 arms export Annual Report
Witness(es):
Location: Other
Thursday 2 May 2019
No business has been announced for this day.
Friday 3 May 2019
The House of Commons will be in recess. The House will next sit on Saturday 04 May 2019.


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