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{:Author=>"Andrew Mackersie", :Creator=>"Microsoft\u00AE Word 2013", :CreationDate=>"D:20140715222244+01'00'", :ModDate=>"D:20140715222244+01'00'", :Producer=>"Microsoft\u00AE Word 2013"} GOVERNMENT WHIPS’ OFFICE HOUSE OF LORDS FORTHCOMING BUSINESS 16 JULY 2014 [Notes about this document are set out at the end] WEDNESDAY 16 JULY 2014 Members will be able to table amendments for the following marshalled list until the House rises: Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill – Committee Business in the Chamber at 3.00pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill – Second Reading – Lord Taylor of Holbeach Items 3 and 4 are expected to be debated together 3. Finance Bill – Second Reading (and remaining stages) – Lord Deighton 4. Debate on the Economic Affairs Committee report on the Draft Finance Bill 2014 – Lord MacGregor of Pulham Market/Lord Deighton Business in Grand Committee at 3.45pm 1. Local Audit (Delegation of Functions) and Statutory Audit (Delegation of Functions) Order 2014 – Baroness Williams of Trafford 2. Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Williams of Trafford 3. Redress Schemes for Letting Agency Work and Property Management Work (Requirement to Belong to a Scheme etc.) (England) Order 2014 – Baroness Williams of Trafford 4. Public Bodies (Marine Management Organisation Fees) Order 2014 – Lord de Mauley 5. Green Deal (Qualifying Energy Improvements (Amendment) Order 2014 – Baroness Verma 6. Gangmasters (Licensing Authority) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Williams of Trafford 7. Licensing (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order 2014 – Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon THURSDAY 17 JULY 2014 Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee Day 2 Business in the Chamber at 11.00am 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill – Committee (and remaining stages) – Lord Taylor of Holbeach 3. Debate on the UK’s Justice and Home Affairs opt-outs – Lord Taylor of Holbeach Business in Grand Committee at 2.00pm 1. Infrastructure Bill – Committee (Day 5 of 6†) – Baroness Kramer FRIDAY 18 JULY 2014 Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Infrastructure Bill – Committee Day 6 Business in the Chamber at 10.00am 1. Assisted Dying Bill [HL] – Second Reading – Lord Falconer of Thoroton/Lord Faulks MONDAY 21 JULY 2014 Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee Day 3 Business in the Chamber at 2.30pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee (Day 2 of 5†) – Lord Faulks Business in Grand Committee at 3.30pm 1. Copyright and Rights in Performances (Extended Collective Licensing) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie 2. Paternity and Adoption Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie 3. Community Interest Company (Amendment) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie Items 4 and 5 are expected to be taken together 4. Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Excluded Activities and Prohibitions) Order 2014 – Lord Newby 5. Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Ring-fenced Bodies and Core Activities) Order 2014 – Lord Newby 6. Police and Crime Commissioner Elections (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2014 – Lord Taylor of Holbeach 7. QSD on the progress made following the enactment of the Mobile Homes Act 2013 – Lord Graham of Edmonton/Baroness Williams of Trafford (time limit 1 hour) 2 TUESDAY 22 JULY 2014 Business in the Chamber at 2.30pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Wales Bill – Second Reading – Baroness Randerson 3. QSD on the role of the UN Commission on the Status of Women and its impact on gender equality and the advancement of women in both national and international policy – Baronesss Hodgson of Abinger/Baroness Jolly (time limit 1½ hours) Business in Grand Committee at 3.30pm 1. Infrastructure Bill – Committee (Day 6 of 6†) – Baroness Kramer WEDNESDAY 23 JULY 2014 Business in the Chamber at 3.00pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee (Day 3 of 5†) – Lord Faulks 3. ‡ QSD on the EU Committee report on the Euro area crisis – Lord Boswell of Aynho/Lord Newby (dinner break business, time limit 1 hour) Business in Grand Committee at 3.45pm 1. QSD on supporting children and young people who have had a stroke – Baroness Wheeler/Earl Howe (time limit 1 hour) 2. QSD on the work of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea – Lord Alton of Liverpool/Baroness Warsi (time limit 1 hour) 3. QSD on helping local markets throughout the United Kingdom prosper and expand the national economy – Lord Harrison/Baroness Williams of Trafford (time limit 1 hour) 4. QSD on improving the quality of careers guidance in schools – Baroness Sharp of Guildford/Lord Nash (time limit 1 hour) 5. QSD on increasing awareness of the medical need for periodontal checks following the fitting of dental implants – Baroness Gardner of Parkes/Earl Howe (time limit 1 hour) 3 THURSDAY 24 JULY 2014 Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee Day 4 Business in the Chamber at 11.00am 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Debate on international compliance with Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights concerning freedom of belief – Lord Alton of Liverpool/Lord Wallace of Saltaire (time limit 2½ hours) 3. ‡ QSD on the health benefits of organic food – Lord Taverne/Earl Howe (topical QSD, lunch break business, time limit 1 hour) 4. Debate on the role of agriculture and the food industry in the economy of the United Kingdom – Lord Plumb/Baroness Northover (time limit 2½ hours) 5. Debate on the EU Committee Annual Report 2013-14 – Lord Boswell of Aynho/Lord Wallace of Saltaire Business in Grand Committee at 2.00pm 1. Road Safety (Financial Penalty Deposit) (Appropriate Amount) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 2014 – Baroness Kramer 2. Drug Driving (Specified Limits) (England and Wales) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Kramer Items 3 to 8 are expected to be debated together 3. Electricity Capacity Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 4. Electricity Market Reform (General) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 5. Contracts for Difference Allocation Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 6. Contracts for Difference (Electricity Supplier Obligations) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 7. Contracts for Difference (Definition of Eligible Generator) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 8. Contracts for Difference (Standard Terms) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Verma 9. Renewables Obligation Closure Order 2014 – Baroness Verma 10. Local Government (Transparency) (Description of Information) (England) Order 2014 – Baroness Williams of Trafford FRIDAY 25 JULY 2014 The House is expected not to sit Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) – Report 4 MONDAY 28 JULY 2014 Last day to table amendments for the marshalled list for: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee Day 5 Business in the Chamber at 2.30pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee (Day 4 of 5†) – Lord Faulks 3. ‡ Dinner break business will be scheduled Business in Grand Committee at 3.30pm Items 1 and 2 are expected to be debated together 1. National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie 2. National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No. 3) Regulations 2014 – Viscount Younger of Leckie 3. Video Recordings Act 1984 (Exempted Video Works) Regulations 2014 – Lord Gardiner of Kimble 4. Children and Young Persons Act 2008 (Relevant Care Functions) (England) Regulations 2014 – Lord Nash 5. Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years – Lord Nash 6. Further business will be scheduled TUESDAY 29 JULY 2014 Business in the Chamber at 2.30pm 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Bill [HL] – Report – Lord Astor of Hever Items 3 and 4 are expected to be debated together 3. Marriage of Same Sex Couples (Conversion of Civil Partnership) Regulations 2014 – Baroness Northover 4. Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 (Consequential and Contrary Provisions and Scotland) (No. 2) Order 2014 – Baroness Northover Items 5 and 6 are expected to be debated together 5. Copyright and Rights in Performances (Personal Copies for Private Use) Regulations 2014 – Regret motion – Lord Stevenson of Balmacara/Viscount Younger of Leckie 6. Copyright and Rights in Performances (Quotation and Parody) Regulations 2014 – Motion to approve – Viscount Younger of Leckie 7. Further business may be scheduled Business in Grand Committee at 3.30pm 1. Insurance Contracts Bill (Law Commission Bill) – Second Reading Committee – Lord Newby 5 WEDNESDAY 30 JULY 2014 Business in the Chamber at 11.00am 1. Oral questions (30 minutes) 2. Criminal Justice and Courts Bill – Committee (Day 5 of 5†) – Lord Faulks 3. ‡ Lunch break business will be scheduled Business in Grand Committee at 12 noon 1. Bilateral Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments between the United Kingdom and Colombia – Motion to take note – Lord Stevenson of Balmacara/Viscount Younger of Leckie 2. Further business will be scheduled Summer adjournment: Thursday 31 July 2014 to Sunday 12 October 2014 inclusive [Business for October will be advertised in a 30 July edition of Forthcoming Business.] 6 Information Notes  This document informally advertises the business which the Government anticipates the House will take in the coming three weeks. It should be read together with the formal Order Paper produced by the Clerk of the Parliaments, available from the Printed Paper Office and www.parliament.uk/lords  Timings in italics are estimates only: business may take more or less time than that estimated. Other times are maximums: business may take less time than the maximum  Items marked ‡ are expected to be taken during the dinner or lunch break. This usually starts at around 7.30pm or 1.30pm but may start earlier or later  The advertised business on any day may be interrupted for a Ministerial statement  The number of sessions shown for a stage of a bill represents the Government’s assessment of reasonable time given the balance of bills and remaining days to the likely end of the session. †indicates agreement in the Usual Channels as to that assessment. Progress remains in the hands of the House. Report stage is usually half the length of Committee Questions for short debate The Whips’ Office offers time for 1-1½ hour questions for short debate in the order in which they appear in the waiting list in House of Lords Business. Members waiting to ask their first QSD of the session are offered time before members who have already asked a QSD this session. The slots available are the dinner breaks on most Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and end of business on Thursdays (though other business, mainly motions in opposition to SIs, competes for this time) and on occasion in Grand Committee. In addition, the Grand Committee meets for a day of up to five 1 hour QSDs at least for every six sitting weeks: the Grand Committee will meet for that purpose on 23 July. Further dates will be advertised in due course. To see the Whips’ Office progress in scheduling QSDs, visit www.lordswhips.org.uk. Thursdays Debates will be taken on Thursdays until the end of January. Bills will then be taken on Thursdays from the start of February until the end of the session. Sitting Fridays The House will sit on the following Friday: 18 July. Further sitting Fridays will be advertised in due course. Recess dates The Chief Whip has announced that, subject to the progress of business, the House will be adjourned for the following periods in 2014:  Summer: Thursday 31 July to Sunday 12 October inclusive  Autumn long weekend: Wednesday 12 November to Sunday 16 November inclusive  Christmas: Thursday 18 December 2014 to Monday 5 January 2015 inclusive Advice on business General inquiries Email holgovernmentwhips@parliament.uk Telephone 020-7219 3131 Website www.lordswhips.org.uk Advice on the day’s expected timing Main Office; 020-7219 3131; Room 13 Grouping of amendments Victoria Warren; 020-7219 1113; Room 14 Scheduling tabled private members’ business Mark Davies; 020-7219 5215; Room 14 7 Speakers’ Lists For most debates, it is necessary to sign-up in advance to speak. Speakers’ lists close at 6pm on the previous weekday (4pm on Fridays) except when a speakers’ list for an afternoon sitting has been open for less than a sitting day, in which case the list closes at 12 noon on the day of the debate. The Government Whips’ Office then consults the usual channels about the order of speakers and issues an ordered list of speakers. To sign up to speak Telephone 020-7219 3131 Use the touchscreen in the main office (Room 13, Principal Floor) Use www.lordswhips.org.uk To see who has signed up to speak use the touchscreen in the main office (which has a print facility) or visit www.lordswhips.org.uk. Current Speakers’ Lists On the morning of publication of this edition of Forthcoming Business, the following Speakers’ Lists were open: Thursday 17 July Debate on the UK’s Justice and Home Affairs opt-outs Friday 18 July Assisted Dying Bill [HL] – Second Reading Monday 21 July QSD on the progress made following the enactment of the Mobile Homes Act 2013 Tuesday 22 July Wales Bill – Second Reading QSD on the role of the UN Commission on the Status of Women and its impact on gender equality and the advancement of women in both national and international policy Wednesday 23 July QSD on the EU Committee report on the Euro area crisis QSD on supporting children and young people who have had a stroke QSD on the work of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea QSD on helping local markets throughout the United Kingdom prosper and expand the national economy QSD on improving the quality of careers guidance in schools QSD on increasing awareness of the medical need for periodontal checks following the fitting of dental implants Thursday 24 July Debate on international compliance with Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights concerning freedom of belief QSD on the health benefits of organic food Debate on the role of agriculture and the food industry in the economy of the United Kingdom Debate on the EU Committee Annual Report 2013-14 Tuesday 29 July Insurance Contracts Bill (Law Commission Bill) – Second Reading Committee 8 INFRASTRUCTURE BILL Committee calendar The House has committed the Infrastructure Bill to a Grand Committee. Forthcoming Business indicates that the Usual Channels intend that consideration of Parts 1 to 4 of the Bill should take place over six days. This document, prepared by the Bill team and agreed in the Usual Channels, sets out the subject matter expected to be covered each day. It is non-binding and may be revised, but it is intended to help participants with grouping and planning their own participation in the proceedings. Session Date Clauses Policy Strategic Highways Companies; 1 3 July Part 1: Functions; Oversight; Transfer of Clauses 1-15 property etc.; Finance; Supplemental and general Part 2: 2 8 July Clause 16 Invasive non-native species Planning and Land: Nationally Part 3: significant infrastructure projects; 3 10 July Clauses 17- Deemed discharge of planning 20 conditions 4 15 July Planning and Land cont.: The Part 3: Homes and Communities Agency Clauses 21- and other bodies; Land Registry; 25 Zero-carbon homes 5 17 July Part 4: Clauses 26- 28 (inc any Energy: community electricity 6 22 July amdts after right; Wood Review Cl 28) General Provisions and – subject to HMG’s Underground Drilling Access Clauses 29- 7(TBC) 14 October consultation – any additional Part 32 4 amdts on access for shale and geothermal extraction 9 CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND COURTS BILL Committee calendar The House has committed the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill to a Committee of the whole House. Forthcoming Business indicates that the Usual Channels intend that the Bill should complete its Committee stage in five days. This document, prepared by the Bill team and agreed in the Usual Channels, sets out the subject matter expected to be covered each day. It is non-binding and may be revised, but it is intended to help participants with grouping and planning their own participation in the proceedings. Session Date Clauses Policy Criminal Justice: Dangerous offenders; release and recall of 1 14 July Clauses 1-24 prisoners; prisons; cautions; offences involving ill-treatment or wilful neglect; other offences and sentences Criminal Justice: other offences and sentences (continued) 2 21 July Clauses 25-35 Young Offenders: Detention of young offenders and other matters Courts and Tribunals, including: Trial by single justice on the papers; civil 3 23 July Clauses 36-63 proceedings relating to personal injury; Juries and members of the Court Martial 4 28 July Judicial Review Clauses 64-78 Final Provisions 5 30 July 10 ok

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