Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 1 April 2019

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Monday 1 April 2019
TimeBusiness
2.30pmOral questions
Link between anti-establishment politics and vaccine hesitancy - Lord Faulkner of Worcester
Oral questions
Ensuring all providers of short-term lets are identified by HMRC and are paying an appropriate amount of tax - Baroness Gardner of Parkes
Oral questions
Immediate steps to tackle the issue of rough sleeping - Lord Roberts of Llandudno
Oral questions
The analysis by the Office for National Statistics, published on 25 March, that nearly 1.5 million jobs may be at risk of being lost to automation and that those most at risk are female workers - Lord Fox
Debate
Report from the European Union Committee 'Brexit: the customs challenge' - Baroness Verma
Debate
Report from the International Relations Committee 'Yemen: giving peace a chance' - Lord Howell of Guildford
Debate
Report from the European Union Committee 'Brexit: the Erasmus and Horizon programmes' - Lord Jay of Ewelme
9.30pmEstimated rising time
Tuesday 2 April 2019
TimeBusiness
2.30pmOral questions
Forthcoming review of tobacco harm reduction - Viscount Ridley
Oral questions
Encouraging the use of precision agriculture techniques to reduce carbon emissions - Baroness Redfern
Oral questions
Reforming entry criteria for joining police forces in England and Wales - Lord Mackenzie of Framwellgate
Oral questions
Deployment of Russian troops in Venezuela - Lord Lee of Trafford
Legislation
Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill - Third reading - Viscount Trenchard
Orders and regulations
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (Functions and Amendment) Order 2019 - Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth
Debate
That this House takes note of the seventieth anniversary of the founding of NATO and its continuing role in the United Kingdom’s defence and security - Earl Howe
6.30pmEstimated rising time
Wednesday 3 April 2019
TimeBusiness
3pmOral questions
Ensuring the public have access to cash throughout the UK - Lord Naseby
Oral questions
Implementing the recommendations of the report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights 'Immigration Detention' - Baroness Whitaker
Oral questions
Implementing the recommendations of The Alison Rose Review of Female Entrepreneurship - Lord Harrison
Oral questions
Ensuring freedom of expression following the temporary detention by Border Force of a man at Gatwick airport for displaying an anti-Brexit badge - Baroness Ludford
Statement
Windrush compensation scheme - Baroness Williams of Trafford
Orders and regulations
Animal Health, Plant Health, Seeds and Seed Potatoes (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Lord Gardiner of Kimble
Orders and regulations
Electricity Capacity (No. 1) Regulations 2019 - Lord Henley
Orders and regulations
Flags (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Motion to approve - Lord Duncan of Springbank
Orders and regulations
Flags (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 - Motion to regret - Lord Bruce of Bennachie
6.30pmEstimated rising time
Thursday 4 April 2019
TimeBusiness
11amOral questions
Ensuring long-term viability of upland farming - Baroness Jones of Whitchurch
Oral questions
Reducing the number of households in fuel poverty - Baroness Donaghy
Oral questions
Current assessment of freedom of religion in China - The Lord Bishop of St Albans
Oral questions
Decision by some teachers to take a 20 per cent pay cut in order to prevent staff redundancies - Lord Watson of Invergowrie
Motion
To move, further to the resolution of the House of 28 January that Her Majesty’s Government should provide sufficient time for this House to ensure the timely passage of legislation necessary to implement any deal or proposition that has commanded the support of the majority of the House of Commons, that: (1) Standing Order 46 (No two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) be dispensed with to allow the European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill to be taken through all its stages this day; and (2) Standing Order 39 (Order of Business) be dispensed with to enable that Bill to be considered after the motions on Economic Affairs Committee reports in the name of Lord Forsyth of Drumlean. - Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town
Motion
As an amendment to the above motion, to leave out from “move” to the end and to insert “that the Standing Orders of the House relating to public business shall apply to all proceedings on the European Union (Withdrawal) (No.5) Bill - Lord Forsyth of Drumlean
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, to leave out from “move” to the end nd to insert “notwithstanding the non-binding resolution of the House of 28 January that Her Majesty’s Government should provide sufficient ime for this House to ensure the timely passage of legislation necessary to implement any deal or proposition that has commanded the support of the majority of the House of Commons, that this House does not consider it is in keeping with the traditions and procedures of the House of Lords, its proper scrutinising role or its function as a safeguard of the constitution to apply unprecedented procedures to this Bill, and therefore declines to dispense with normal Standing Orders - Lord True
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, to leave out from “move” to the end and to insert “notes that the Prime Minister has already indicated her ntention to ask for a delay in the date for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union and considers it unnecessary, as well as undesirable and unprecedented, to apply exceptional procedures to the European Union (Withdrawal) (No.5 Bill) and therefore regrets the proposal by Her Majesty’s Opposition to do so - Baroness Noakes
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, to leave out from first “that” to the end and to insert “the attempt to accelerate procedures on the European Union (Withdrawal) (No.5) Bill is not in accordance with normal practice in either House of Parliament and the provisions of Standing Order 46 (No two stages of a Bill to be taken on one day) should be dispensed with only to the extent necessary to allow the First and Second Readings of the Bill to be taken on one day, the Committee stage on a subsequent day, and the Report and Third Reading to be taken on the same day subsequently - Viscount Ridley
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, to leave out from “Commons,” to the end and to insert “notes that more than one day is required for this House to have sufficient time to scrutinise the European Union (Withdrawal) (No.5) Bill received from the House of Commons that has had less than one day of consideration in that House, and had not been received by this House by the end of business on 3 April - Lord Robathan
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, at the end to insert “but in view of the exceptional constitutional implications of the proposal put forward, regrettably without agreement in the Usual Channels, for its exceptional consideration in the House of Lords, the House shall not resolve itself into a Committee on the bill until at least 24 hours after a report from the Constitution Committee on the bill has been laid before the House - Lord Hamilton of Epsom
Motion
To move, as an amendment to the motion in the name of Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town, at the end to insert “but the House shall not resolve itself into a Committee on the bill until at least 24 hours after a report from the Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee on the bill has been laid before the House.” - Lord Blencathra
Legislation
European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 5) Bill - second reading - Lord Rooker
Statement
Final implementation of Sharia Penal Code in Brunei Darussalam - Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon
Friday 5 April 2019
The House of Lords was in recess. The House next sat on Saturday 06 April 2019.
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