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THIS WEEK IN PARLIAMENT - LORDS DEBATE WALES AND POLICE

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Monday 17 January Commons questions: Wales (future of the dairy industry). At 3.10pm questions on the Serious Fraud...
Monday 17 January Commons questions: Wales (future of the dairy industry). At 3.10pm questions on the Serious Fraud Office. Debate: Local Government etc (Scotland) Bill. Lords question: discrimination against the disabled. Lords debate: Local Government (Wales) Bill.

Tuesday 18 January Commons questions: Employment (low pay in the fast food industry). PM's questions, followed by backbench Bill to abolish restaurant service charges. Debate: Coal Industry Bill. Lords question: fraud in the European Community. Lords debate: Police and Magistrates' Courts Bill. Adjournment debate: leaseholders in sheltered acommodation.

Wednesday 19 January Commons questions: DoE, local government finance. Backbench Bill: conscientious objection (public expenditure). Debates on industrial training levy orders; British Waterways Bill. Lords debate: increase in the number of quangos.

Thursday 20 January Commons questions: Northern Ireland, followed by PM's questions. Opposition debate on bureaucracy and waste in the NHS. Adjournment debate: regulation of children's homes. Lords question: unemployment among the disabled. Lords debate: Local Government (Wales) Bill.

Friday 21 January Commons meets at 9.30am. No question time. Backbench debate on Northern Ireland. Lords: no sitting.
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