Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 20 May 2019

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Monday 20 May 2019
TimeBusiness
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
e-petition 243947 relating to immunity for soldiers - Damien Moore
Tuesday 21 May 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
Financial exclusion and the future of access to cash - Seema Malhotra
11amWestminster Hall debate
Secondary school education standards in East Cleveland - Mr Simon Clarke
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Intimidation in public life - Simon Hart
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Content of debt collection letters - Norman Lamb
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Arthritis and employment - Bill Grant
Wednesday 22 May 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
Negotiations on the UK leaving the EU during the EU extension period - Julia Lopez
11amWestminster Hall debate
Disclosure of information in pre-trial abuse of process hearings - Dame Cheryl Gillan
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Financial and ethical risks of investments in fossil fuel companies by pension funds - Sir Edward Davey
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Achieving quality information and support for adult survivors of child sexual abuse - Sarah Champion
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Government report on international education strategy - Mr Adrian Bailey
Thursday 23 May 2019
TimeBusiness
1.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Supporting clinical trials and the UK’s future clinical research capability - Chris Green
Friday 24 May 2019
The House of Commons is in recess. The House will next sit on Tuesday 04 June 2019.


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