A large number of written announcements are expected and these will include:
Benefits help to compensate for VAT on fuel; the Docklands Light Railway; British Coal's external finance limit; review of economic conditions in hills and uplands; financial objectives for London Transport; fair rents; student grants and loans; the Scottish local government finance settlement 1994/95; non-domestic rates in Scotland; Welsh local government spending; education spending; merging the Educational Visits office and the British Council; agricultural research and development; the review of National Insurance contributions; Intelligence Services' spending; OPSS spending; the Trans-Pennine Study Strategy report.
Oral questions at 2.30 pm are on employment matters. Questions to the Prime Minister start at 3.15 pm. Main business is the Budget debate.