Parliamentary business for the week beginning Monday 10 June 2019

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Monday 10 June 2019
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2.30pmOral questions
Reviewing the tax rules relating to NHS pensions - Lord Naseby
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Challenges and opportunities facing national museums - Lord Lee of Trafford
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Progress identifying a design for small modular nuclear reactors - Baroness Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist
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How the Government identify, support and track the applications of people seeking asylum on the grounds of gender identity or sexual orientation - Lord Scriven
Tuesday 11 June 2019
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2.30pmOral questions
Ensuring that banks provide free withdrawals from current accounts at cash machines - Baroness Bryan of Partick
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Latest figures for the gross domestic product per capita for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; and the percentage increase for each such figure since 1999 - Lord Wigley
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Whether the Foreign Secretary’s speech at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet on 13 May represented a change in the Government's policy on defence expenditure - Lord Robathan
Wednesday 12 June 2019
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3pmOral questions
Support among UN Member States for the UNs Security Council Resolution on sexual violence in conflict - Lord Collins of Highbury
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Supporting the government of Rwanda in its preparations for hosting the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 2020 - Lord Popat
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Reducing delays in probate being granted to non-professional claimants - Baroness Browning
Thursday 13 June 2019
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11amOral questions
Request by the head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service to introduce compensation for victims of Historical Institutional Abuse - Lord Empey
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EU announcements regarding air travel, haulage, visas and safety certificates should the UK leave the EU without a deal - Lord Lilley
Oral questions
Phonographic Performance Ltd's tariff increase for their Speciality Entertainment licence - Lord Smith of Hindhead
Friday 14 June 2019
No business has been announced for this day.

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