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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, 24 NOVEMBER 1993

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National Heritage secretary, Peter Brooke, is due to announce changes to ITV company ownership rules. ...
National Heritage secretary, Peter Brooke, is due to announce changes to ITV company ownership rules.

Government response to Social Services Committee report on Maxwell insolvency firms and the Welsh Affairs Committee report on the preservation of historic buildings and monuments in Wales are expected to be published.

The National Audit Office publish report criticising the DTP motorway widening programme.

Expected written announcements: Disabled persons transport advisory committee; programme for Welsh Valleys; school meals in Scotland; secret intelligence service and GCHQ; yesterday's EC social affairs council; civil service college; annual report of the social security chief adjudication officer.

Pick of committees: Ombudsman: NHS commissioner on his annual report.

Labour's Jack Straw is holding press conference on the District Auditor's report on Westminster Council's 'designated sales' policy.

Oral questions at 2.30pm are on Trade and Industry matters.

Main business is continuation of the Queen's Speech debate - subject: trade, industry and deregulation.

Main business in House of Lords is continuation of Queen's Speech debate : local government, environment and education.

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