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NEXT WEEK IN PARLIAMENT

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A simplified, selective diary for the week beginning 22 February. ...
A simplified, selective diary for the week beginning 22 February.

Monday - National Heritage questions (package deal travel monopolies) - Debate: Maastricht Bill - Adjournment debate: waste disposal in Cleveland - Lords: debates on betting shop hours and water meters

Tuesday - Health questions (rural health care) followed by Prime Minister's questions - Backbench Bills: to outlaw hare coursing; and to prohibit pre birth sex selection - Debate: International peacekeeping - Adjournment debate: Closure of Mullinure/Armagh hospitals - Lords: debates on the Housing and Urban Development Bill and adult education

Wednesday - Environment questions (contaminated land) - Backbench Bills: national anti drugs agency; and energy conservation - Debate: The army - Adjournment debate: Dumping of Chinese/Taiwan bicycles in the UK - Lords: Debate on the economic and social consequences of government policies

Thursday - Agriculture questions (enhancing the countryside) followed by Prime Minister's questions - Debate: Maastricht Bill - Adjournment debate: Independent living fund - Lords: Debate on financial and emotional problems of carers

Friday - Commons meets at 9.30am. No question time - Backbench debate on rights of the disabled - Adjournment debate on planning laws and holiday hotels.

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