Main Parliament business next week
Monday, January 27
Home Office Questions.
European Union (Approvals) Bill (HL) - Committee Stage, Report Stage and Third Reading.
A backbench business debate on the law on dangerous driving.
A short debate on Nottingham to Lincoln railway line.
Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill - Third Reading.
Water Bill - Second Reading.
Orders and Regulations: Special Educational Needs (Direct Payments) (Pilot Scheme) (Extension and Amendment) Order 2014 - Motion to Approve.
Tuesday, January 28
Ten Minute Rule motion: Sex Establishments (Regulation) Bill.
Consumer Rights Bill - Second Reading.
A short debate on the disclosure of evidence and the case of Mr John Elam.
09.30: Education funding for 18-year-olds.
11.00: UK Bill of Rights.
14.30: First Capital Connect's franchise agreement and the Hertford loop.
16.00: Kings Science Academy in Bradford.
16.30: Pollution of the Tyne River from the former tar works site in Walker.
Transparency of Lobbying, Non-party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill - Consideration of Commons amendments.
Children and Families Bill - Report Stage (Day 4).
Wednesday, January 29
Cabinet Office questions.
Prime Minister's Questions.
Ten Minute Rule motion: Local Government Boundary Commission (Public Representations).
Opposition Day debate: i). UNHCR Syrian Refugee Programme ii). Teacher qualifications.
Consideration of any Lords amendments.
A short debate on the planning regime for solar PV panels in rural locations.
09.30: Political and economic situation in Egypt.
11.00: Oftsed and standards in Education.
14.30: Government decision to apply sections 44 and 46 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 to mesothelioma cases.
16.00: Elections in Bangladesh.
16.30: Changes to policy following the Morecambe Bay cockle pickers' disaster.
Children and Families Bill - Report Stage (Day 5).
Orders and Regulations: Criminal Legal Aid (General) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 - Regret Motion.
Thursday, January 30
Culture, Media & Sport questions, followed by questions on Women & Equalities.
A statement on the future business of the House.
Immigration Bill - Report Stage and Third Reading.
A short debate on the payment of funeral expenses when a prisoner dies in custody.
13.30 to 16.30: The 1001 Critical Days manifesto and early childhood development.
A debate on the implications for the UK of the forthcoming Scottish independence referendum.
A short debate on improving access to finance to small and medium-sized businesses.
Friday, January 31
Commons: not sitting.
Lords: The House may sit but no business has yet to be scheduled.