Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 25 February 2019

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Monday 25 February 2019
TimeBusiness
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
e-petition 235053 relating to relationship and sex education - Helen Jones
Tuesday 26 February 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
Cost of unhealthy housing to the NHS - Jim Shannon
11amWestminster Hall debate
Regulation of animal rescue homes - Jo Platt
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Global education for the most marginalised - David Linden
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Environment Agency permits - Mr Sam Gyimah
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Former British child migrants payment scheme - Lisa Nandy
Wednesday 27 February 2019
TimeBusiness
9.30amWestminster Hall debate
Eating Disorders Awareness Week - Kirstene Hair
11amWestminster Hall debate
Adriatic Land 5 Ltd Stevenage - Stephen McPartland
2.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Future of the Department for International Development - Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi
4pmWestminster Hall debate
Role of unincorporated associations in electoral funding - Martin Docherty-Hughes
4.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Rights and protections for residents of leisure park homes - Helen Whately
Thursday 28 February 2019
TimeBusiness
1.30pmWestminster Hall debate
Select Committee Statement on the Thirteenth Report of the Health and Social Care Committee, First 1000 days of life, HC 1496 - Dr Paul Williams
Westminster Hall debate
Carrier strike strategy and its contribution to UK defence - Robert Courts
Friday 1 March 2019
The House of Commons was in recess. The House next sat on Saturday 02 March 2019.


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