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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, 25 NOVEMBER 1993

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Environment Secretary, John Gummer, is due to make an announcement on local authority assessment of the environment...
Environment Secretary, John Gummer, is due to make an announcement on local authority assessment of the environment impact of development plans.

Expected written announcements: Action against local authorities over CCT; international measures to protect forests; national road traffic forecasts; national awards for outstanding achievement at colleges.

The trade Marks Bill will be published. Minister Patrick McLoughlin will hold a press conference at 9.30 at the DTI.

The annual ballot for private members' bills will take place at noon.

The Public Accounts Committee is publishing a reports on the West Midlands Health Authority.

Jack Straw will hold a press conference on the scale of Britain's housing crisis.

Prime Minister's question time at 3.15pm. Oral questions on Home Office matters.

Main business is the final day of the Queen's Speech debate - subject: the economy.

In House of Lords main business is continuation of Queen's Speech debate: the economy. ENDs

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