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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, WEDNESDAY 17 JULY

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Written answers are expected on: teachers' pay; Birmingham, Manchester and Sandwell TECs; green paper on employment...
Written answers are expected on: teachers' pay; Birmingham, Manchester and Sandwell TECs; green paper on employment rights disputes; targets for the teachers' pension agency; guidance to departments on redress under the Citizens' Charter; findings of the inquiry into the Lyme Bay canoeing tragedy.

Solon Housing Association; the Co-operative movement; and the Monopolies Commission report on fuel supplies are subjects of backbench debates.

MPs will deabte the economy and the Nursery Education and GM Schools Bill (Lords amnds).

Provision for the mentally ill in Blaenau Gwent is the subject of the adjournment debate.

A question will be asked in the Lords on housing benefit fraud.

The Housing Bill (3rd reading) and the Education Scotland Bill will be debated.

The National Association of Head Teachers in Wales and other bodies will discuss further education in Wales in the Welsh Affairs select committee.

Education secretary Gillian Shephard will appear before the education and employment select committee discussing the white paper on self government for schools.

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