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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, TUESDAY 10 JUNE

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Written answers are expected on: Redcar & Cleveland BC reorganisation costs; international flights at regional airp...
Written answers are expected on: Redcar & Cleveland BC reorganisation costs; international flights at regional airports; compulsory purchase and blight; review of the expert panel on air quality standards.

The following are subjects for backbench debates: leasehold reform; preventative health care and home insulation; planning guidance on the use of sports grounds; provision of magistrates' courts in Suffolk.

A backbench bill on the restoration of damage to sites of special scientific interest will be introduced.

MPs will debate the Human Rights Bill (committee).

Grantham Hospital is the subject of the adjournment debate.

Public participation in local government is the subject of a lords question.

The lords will debate the School Standards & Framework Bill (committee) and the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Bill.

The role of headteachers will be considered by the education sub committee.

The government's housing policy in Scotland is under discussion by the Scottish affairs select committee.

Regional air services will be considered by the environment, transport and regional affairs select committee with regions minister Richard Caborn and transport minister Glenda Jackson as witnesses.

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