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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT 14 DECEMBER 1993

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The government's new planning guidelines for coal mining are due to be published by Environment Secretary John Gumm...
The government's new planning guidelines for coal mining are due to be published by Environment Secretary John Gummer.

Written announcements are expected on: ]

Rural development areas; Scottish local government spending (grant aided); Scottish drinking water quality; production of halons; school examination performance; Ashford international passenger station; offshore oil and gas safety; Welsh education and tourism; Metropolitan Police management reorganisation; drug misuses; Commonwealth Development Corporation; Population conference; action against Warrington and Bradford councils; criminal injuries compensation scheme; Swansea fire authority.

Select committee sittings include the local authority associations on Standard Spending Assessments at 9.15 am today.

Oral questions at 2.30 pm are on education and questions to the prime minister start at 3.15 pm.

Main business is a timetable motion on the Social Security and Statutory Sick Pay Bills, followed by a debate on fisheries.

House of Lords main business is second reading of the Local Government (Wales) Bill.

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