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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT 13 DECEMBER 1993

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Prime minister John Major will make a statement at 3.30pm on the European Union summit in Brussels. Written Governm...
Prime minister John Major will make a statement at 3.30pm on the European Union summit in Brussels. Written Government announcements are expected on: Northern Ireland spending.

Select committee sittings are: Treasury: chief secretary Michael Portillo on the Budget (4.15pm, room 8); Public Accounts: British Council director John Hanson on fraud and theft at the British Council (4.30pm, room 16).

Oral questions at 2.30pm are on National Heritage matters. Questions on the Public Accounts Commission start at 3.10pm.

Main business is a debate on foreign peacekeeping, followed by a money resolution on the Statutory Sick Pay Bill.In the House of Lords main business is a debate on EC aid.
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