Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 29 April 2019

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Monday 29 April 2019
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2.30pmOral questions
Raising public confidence in, and support for, business and industry through better corporate governance - Lord Haskel
Oral questions
Representations from the Chief Minister of Gibraltar regarding the UK’s departure from the EU - Lord Foulkes of Cumnock
Oral questions
Whether Government development policies, particularly in relation to Africa, aim to restrain population growth - Lord Anderson of Swansea
Oral questions
Impact of religious schools’ admission policies on those schools - Baroness Bakewell
Debate
Reports from the Economic Affairs Committee Making Tax Digital for VAT: Treating Small Businesses Fairly; The Powers of HMRC: Treating Taxpayers Fairly - Lord Forsyth of Drumlean
Short debate
Reviewing the role of Police and Crime Commissioners - Lord Lexden
Tuesday 30 April 2019
TimeBusiness
2.30pmOral questions
Use of more British steel in defence contracts - Lord Hoyle
Oral questions
Cross-departmental action plan to address the conclusions and recommendations of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child’s assessment of the UK in 2016 - Baroness Massey of Darwen
Oral questions
Benefits of the introduction of identity cards - Lord Campbell-Savours
Debate
Privileges and Conduct Committee report 'Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme: Changes to the Code of Conduct' - Lord McFall of Alcluith
Debate
Online Harms White Paper - Lord Ashton of Hyde
Short debate
Transport infrastructure needs of the UK's Innovation Corridor (London, Stansted, Cambridge); and to what extent the current infrastructure limits that region's potential to contribute to the nation's wealth - Lord Haselhurst
Wednesday 1 May 2019
TimeBusiness
3pmOral questions
Decision of the Lord Mayor’s Show 2019 to decline an application to participate by the presentative office of the government of Taiwan - Baroness Barker
Oral questions
What proportion of the additional money allocated to the NHS budget over each of the next five years will be ring-fenced for the development of mental health services - Lord Bradley
Oral questions
Introduction of Sharia law in Burma - Lord Harries of Pentregarth
Orders and regulations
Trade Agreement between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Swiss Confederation - motion to regret - Lord Whitty
Orders and regulations
Financial Guidance and Claims Act 2018 (Naming and Consequential Amendments) Regulations 2019 - motion to take note - Lord Stevenson of Balmacara
Orders and regulations
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2018 - motion to take note - Lord Hunt of Kings Heath
Orders and regulations
Burma (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019; Venezuela (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019; Iran (Sanctions) (Human Rights) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019; Republic of Guinea-Bissau (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon
Short debate
Governance, operations and performance of the Student Loans Company - Lord Mendelsohn
Thursday 2 May 2019
TimeBusiness
11amOral questions
National system recording the number of, the treatment received by, and the dates of treatments for, new amputees attending limb fitting centres in England - Lord McColl of Dulwich
Oral questions
When Ministers will next meet Ministers from the Scottish Government, and what will be discussed at that meeting - Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale
Oral questions
Impact of rural crime on farming communities - The Lord Bishop of St Albans
Debate
Government's legal responsibility to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as detailed in the Climate Change Act 2008 and the implications for global security and stability and for the world economy of continuing climatic changes - Lord Rooker
Debate
'Tackling antimicrobial resistance 2019 to 2024: the UK's 5-year national action plan' - Lord Lansley
Friday 3 May 2019
The House of Lords will be in recess. The House will next sit on Saturday 04 May 2019.

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