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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, WEDNESDAY 14 FEBRUARY

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A motion relating to local government reorganisation (compensation for loss of remuneration) regulations is expecte...
A motion relating to local government reorganisation (compensation for loss of remuneration) regulations is expected.

Education services in Lancashire are the subject of a Commons backbench debate.

Retail parks in NW Leeds; Euro-funding for projects in the South West; discretionary purchase of blighted homes; the roads programme will also be debated.

The Bull Bars (Prohibition) Bill will be debated.

Road links with Norwich: A11 and A47 is the subject of the adjournment debate.

Crime against the disabled is the subject of a Lords question.

A written announcement is expected on the future of the Licensing (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill.

Transport secretary George Young is due to make an announcement on the conduct of the sale of British Rail's rolling stock heavy maintenance depots, including the Eastleigh depot.

Housing benefit fraud will be considered by the social security select committee with witnesses from the Benefits Agency.

The home affairs select committee will discuss identity cards with the Data Protection Registrar giving evidence.

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