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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, WEDNESDAY 12 FEBRUARY

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Inward investment in the Vale of Glamorgan; ambulance services in Pembrokeshire; the financing and operation of loc...
Inward investment in the Vale of Glamorgan; ambulance services in Pembrokeshire; the financing and operation of local fire services; public sector research establishments are the subjects of backbench debates.

The Political Fundraising Bill will be introduced.

MPs will debate the Police Bill (2nd reading).

The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981: Endangered species will be debated.

A question will be asked in the lords on coal supplies and the possibility of shortages.

The impact of poverty on ill health and measures to improve child health will be debated.

The Policyholders Protection Bill will have its second reading.

Written answers are expected on: measuring benefit fraud; review of British Waterways; tourism strategy: 'Success Through Partnership'.

Transport minister John Watts will be announcing new plans for managing roads.

The Welsh affairs select committee will discuss national museums and galleries of Wales.

Freemasonry in the police and judiciary is the subject of the home affairs select committee.

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