Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 3 June 2019

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Monday 3 June 2019
No business has been announced for this day.
Tuesday 4 June 2019
TimeBusiness
10.45amScottish Affairs
Subject: Problem drug use in Scotland
Witness(es): Angus Bancroft, University of Edinburgh Fiona Gilbertson, Recovering Justice Crewe 2000
Location: Other
2.45pmEnvironment, Food and Rural Affairs
Subject: Coastal flooding and adaptation to climate change
Witness(es):
Location: Other
3.15pmBackbench Business
Subject: Proposals for backbench debates
Witness(es): Members of Parliament
Location: Other
3.45pmHousing, Communities and Local Government
Subject: Local Government Finance and the 2019 Spending Review
Witness(es): Lord Porter of Spalding, Chair, Local Government Association Cllr Paul Carter, Chair, County Councils Network Cllr John Fuller, District Councils Network Frances Foster, Treasurer, SIGOMA (Special Interest Group of Municipal Authorities) Dr Jonathan Carr-West, CEO, Local Government Information Unit Andrew Carter, CEO, Centre for Cities Jessica Studdert, Deputy Director, New Local Government Network Alison Cox, Director of Cancer Prevention, Cancer Research UK Jeanelle de Gruchy, President, Association of Directors of Public Health David Buck, The King’s Fund
Location: Other
5.30pmHealth and Social Care
Subject: Harding Review of health and social care workforce
Witness(es): Baroness (Dido) Harding, Chair, NHS Improvement Sir David Behan, Chair, Health Education England
Location: Other
Wednesday 5 June 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWork and Pensions
Subject: Support for the bereaved
Witness(es): Alison Penny, Director, Childhood Bereavement Network Scott Sinclair, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Marie Curie Sarah Gigg, Director of Nursing,Sue Ryder Georgia Elms, Campaign Spokesperson and former Chair, WAY Widowed & Young
Location: Other
9.30amNorthern Ireland Affairs
Subject: Tourism in Northern Ireland
Witness(es): Richard Ballantyne, Senior Policy Advisor, British Ports Association Rob Griggs, Policy and Public Affairs Director, Airlines UK Graham Keddie, Managing Director, Belfast International Airport
Location: Other
10.15amEducation
Subject: Education in the north
Witness(es): Lord Jim O’Neill, Vice-Chair, Northern Powerhouse Partnership Henri Murison, Director, Northern Powerhouse Partnership
Location: Other
10.30amInternational Trade
Subject: The Belt and Road Initiative
Witness(es): Dr Yu Jie, Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme, Chatham House Peter Lu, Partner, Baker McKenzie LLP
Location: Other
2pmEnvironmental Audit
Subject: Toxic chemicals
Witness(es): Dr Thérèse Coffey MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Kelly Tolhurst MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Professor Tim Gant, Head of Toxicology, Public Health England Dave Bench, Director, EU Exit – Chemicals, Health and Safety Executive
Location: Other
2.15pmScottish Affairs
Subject: The future of Scottish agriculture post Brexit
Witness(es): Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
Location: Other
2.30pmPublic Accounts
Subject: Transport infrastructure in the South West
Witness(es): Bernadette Kelly, Permanent Secretary, Department for Transport Tricia Hayes, Director for Roads, Places and Environment, Department for Transport Jim O'Sullivan, Chief Executive, Highways England
Location: Other
2.30pmDCMS Sub-Committee on Disinformation
Subject: Disinformation
Witness(es): Aaron Greenspan
Location: Other
2.45pmForeign Affairs
Subject: Autocracies and UK Foreign Policy
Witness(es):
Location: Other
3pmHuman Rights
Subject: The detention of young people with learning disabilities and autism
Witness(es): Dame Cheryl Gillan MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP
Location: Other
Thursday 6 June 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amScience and Technology
Subject: Work of the Chief Medical Officer
Witness(es): Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer to the UK Government
Location: Other
Friday 7 June 2019
The House of Commons will be in recess. The House will next sit on Saturday 08 June 2019.


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