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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, WEDNESDAY 17 APRIL

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Environment secretary John Gummer is due to make an announcement on the Going for Green initiative. ...
Environment secretary John Gummer is due to make an announcement on the Going for Green initiative.

A written announcement is due on plans for a new regime for young offenders ('boot' camps).

The Audit Commission is publishing at midnight a report on police performance indicators.

Air pollution by particulate matter is the subject of a backbench debate.

Gas supplies in exceptionally cold weather is the subject of the adjournment debate.

The Lords will hear a question on Westminster City Council. They will debate food safety.

Operation of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 will be considered by the home affairs select committee.

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