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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, THURSDAY 23 NOVEMBER

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The Commons will debate the second readings of the Chemical Weapons Bill and the Hong Kong (Overseas Public Servant...
The Commons will debate the second readings of the Chemical Weapons Bill and the Hong Kong (Overseas Public Servants) Bill.

Derwent system schools are the subject of the adjournment debate.

Written announcements are expected on: local government revenue spending in 1996/97; reducing the number of empty government homes; a new chairman of the Police Complaints Authority; the boundaries of the new health authorities; the Civil Service Code; a commissioner for public appointments; the future of the Central Office of Information.

Plaid Cymru is launching its alternative Budget.

Arts funding will be discussed by the national heritage select committee which will hear submissions by the Association of County Councils and the Association of Metropolitan Authorities.

The health select committee will discuss long term care.

The Lords will debate the EC beef and veal regime.

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