Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 25 June 2018

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Monday 25 June 2018
TimeBusiness
2.30pmIntroduction(s)
Lord Pickles and Baroness Sater
Oral questions
Effectiveness of the Apprenticeship Levy - Lord Fox
Oral questions
Effect on the people of Northern Ireland on not having a functioning Executive and Assembly - Lord Dubs
Oral questions
Adoption of 'they' as the singular pronoun in all future legislation in preference to gendered pronouns - Lord Lucas
Oral questions
Value of introducing identity cards following Brexit - Lord Campbell-Savours
Orders and regulations
European Union (Definition of Treaties) (Canada Trade Agreement) Order 2018 - Motion to approve - Baroness Fairhead
Orders and regulations
Nursing and Midwifery (Amendment) Order 2018 - Motion to approve - Lord O'Shaughnessy
Orders and regulations
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Revision of Codes C, E, F, and H) Order 2018 - Motion to approve - Baroness Williams of Trafford
Orders and regulations
Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) Order 2018 - Motion to approve - Lord Bates
Orders and regulations
Digital Government (Disclosure of Information) Regulations 2018; Information Sharing Code of Practice: Code of Practice for public authorities disclosing information under Chapters 1, 3 and 4 (Public Service Delivery, Debt and Fraud) of Part 5 of the Digital Economy Act 2017; Research Code of Practice and Draft Accreditation Criteria; Data Sharing Code of Practice: Code of practice for civil registration officials disclosing information under section 19AA of the Registration Service Act 1953; Statistics Statement of Principles and Draft Code of Practice on changes to data systems - Motion to approve - Lord Ashton of Hyde
Debate
Government steps to address the issues arising from the 2017 review of automatic workplace pension enrolment; and what is the proposed timetable - Lord McKenzie of Luton
Statement
Childhood Obesity Strategy - Lord O'Shaughnessy
Statement
Energy Policy - Lord Henley
8pmEstimated rising time
Tuesday 26 June 2018
TimeBusiness
2.30pmIntroduction(s)
Lord Lilley and Lord McCrea of Magherafelt and Cookstown
Royal Assent
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Oral questions
Definition of anti-Semitism adopted by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance - Lord Leigh of Hurley
Oral questions
Implementation of the benefits package for communities in areas surrounding Hinkley Point C - Baroness Featherstone
Oral questions
Improving the performance of Border Force at UK airports and reducing delays in clearing EEA and non-EEA passengers through immigration - Lord Blunkett
Oral questions
Risk assessment published by Airbus of the business impact of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union - Lord Haskel
Private Notice Question
To ask the Government how they intend to ensure the United Kingdom remains a ‘tier one’ military power? - Lord West of Spithead
Debate
Forthcoming NATO Summit - Report from the International Relations Committee 'The NATO Summit 2018' - Baroness Goldie
Short debate
Provision of high quality youth services for young people in England - Lord Storey
8.30pmEstimated rising time
Wednesday 27 June 2018
TimeBusiness
3pmOral questions
Monitoring of hate speech against non-Muslims in preaching in mosques and teaching in madrassas in England and Wales - Lord Pearson of Rannoch
Oral questions
What benefit the Government anticipate from the increased funding recently announced for grammar schools - Lord Bassam of Brighton
Oral questions
Impact of the outcome of the general election on 24 June on the govenment of Turkey’s treatment of those in prison - Lord Balfe
Oral questions
Review of the effectiveness of the National Probation Service - Lord Beecham
Statement
Government's plans for more privately financed prisons - Lord Keen of Elie
Legislation
Civil Liability Bill [HL] - Third reading - Lord Keen of Elie
Legislation
Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill - Report stage - Lord Henley
Orders and regulations
Immigration (Guidance on Detention of Vulnerable Persons) Regulations and the Detention Centre (Amendment) Rules 2018 - Motion to regret - Lord Ramsbotham
8.30pmEstimated rising time
Thursday 28 June 2018
TimeBusiness
11amOral questions
Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence's conclusion that some of the UK’s largest and most internationally competitive companies account for the biggest reduction in UK productivity growth - Lord Haskel
Oral questions
Impact of the Boarding School Partnership information service and how many children who would otherwise have been taken into local authority care have been given places in state boarding schools as a result - Lord Farmer
Oral questions
Recommendations of the Select Committee on the Inquires Act 2005, in the light of the report by the National Audit Office Investigation into government-funded inquiries - Lord Shutt of Greetland
Oral questions
Ensuring the integrity of elections in the UK in the light of the Electoral Commission’s recommendations - Lord Cormack
Debate
Role and responsibilities of Police and Crime Commissioners - Lord Armstrong of Ilminster
Short debate
Continuing violence between communities and armed groups in Nigeria - Lord Alton of Liverpool
Debate
Challenges facing disabled people in the UK in 2018 - Baroness Thomas of Winchester
5.45pmEstimated rising time
Friday 29 June 2018
TimeBusiness
10amLegislation
Registration of Marriage Bill [HL] - Committee stage - The Lord Bishop of St Albans
Legislation
Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill - Second reading - Baroness Donaghy
Legislation
Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Bill - Second reading - Lord Knight of Weymouth
2.30pmEstimated rising time
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