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TODAY IN PARLIAMENT, WEDNESDAY 22 NOVEMBER

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Debate will continue on the Queen's Speech, with the economy being the today's focus. ...
Debate will continue on the Queen's Speech, with the economy being the today's focus.

Education funding in Northumberland is the subject of a Commons debate.

Munitions dumping in the south west of Scotland will be the subject of a question.

Social services in Lancashire is the subject of the adjournment debate.

The Lords will continue debating the Queen's Speech.

The environment select committee will consider housing need with witnesses from the Builders Federation and the Council for the Protection of Rural England.

The Welsh affairs select committee will discuss the Wales Tourist Board.

The European communities select committee of the House of Lords will discuss the Transfer of Undertakings Directive with witnesses from the TUC and CBI.

Welsh secretary William Hague is expected to announce a decision on the development of sites for Cardiff Bay barrage construction which are now bird habitats.

Written announcements are expected on: school pupils in Wales; improving standards in houses in multiple occupation; the outcome of the recent EU consumer council.

The government's reply to the transport committee's report on cross-channel safety will be published.

A report on Wales in Europe will be published by the Welsh affairs committee.

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