Criminal Justice and Public Order: Home Secretary Michael Howard: Bill to make further provision for the treatment of offenders, to amend the law relating to bail and other laws. It creates new offences about trespass. including offences in relation to the recovery of possession of land from squatters and make related amendments and repeals in certain enactments relating to gypsy caravan sites.
Energy Conservation: Alan Beith, Liberal Democrat Treasury Spokesman: Bill to make provision for the conducting of energy audits and the drawing up of energy conservation plans and priorities for residential properties in their areas by local authorities.
Road Traffic Regulation (Special Events): Peter Atkinson (Conservative, Hexham): Bill to make provision for the restriction or regulation of traffic on roads in connection with sporting or social events held on roads or entertainments.
Race Relations (Remedies): Keith Vaz, Labour Environment spokesman: Bill to remove the limit imposed by subsection (2) of section 56 of the Race Relations Act 1976 on the amount of compensation which may be awarded under that section and to make provision for interest in connection with sums so awarded
Racial Hatred and Violence: Hartley Booth, Conservative Finchley): Bill to amend the law relating to racial hatred, to strengthen the Public Order Act 1986 and the Malicious Communications Act 1988, to make new provisions to combat group defamation, to enable the courts to impose greater penalties in criminal case involving racial hatred and to make further provisions to amend the law relating to racial discrimination
Building Conversion and Energy Conservation: John McAllion (Labour, Dundee East): Bill to require the insulation against heat loss of dwelling units provided by the conversion of existing dwellings