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PARLIAMENT TODAY

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The Treasury committee report on banking supervision and BCCI is being published at 11 am. A press conference will ...
The Treasury committee report on banking supervision and BCCI is being published at 11 am. A press conference will take place in the grand committee room.

Written government announcements are expected on: - misleading service charges in hotels and restaurants - local government reform in Avon, Humberside, Cleveland and Gloucestershire - illegal camping - resettlement units - setting up a Scottish environmental protection agency - the governor of Hong Kong's latest report on the British Nationality (Hong Kong) Act - action following the MV Braer disaster - heavier lorries for combined road and rail use - aid to Southern Africa.

MPs supporting a referendum on Maastricht are holding a press conference at 10.30am.

Oral questions at 2.30pm are on agriculture and fisheries matters. Questions to the Prime Minister start at 3.15pm.

Next week's business will be announced at about 3.30pm.

Main business is continuation of the committee stage of the European Communities Amendment Bill.

In the House of Lords main business is the third reading of the Welsh Language Bill.

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