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Photo of Mr John MacGregor Mr John MacGregor Chair, Privileges Committee, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House Lords (Privy Council Office), Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (Privy Council Office) 3:46 pm, 27th June 1991

The business for next week will be as follows:

MONDAY 1 JULY—Debate on the Army on a motion for the Adjournment of the House.

Motions on the Church of England (General Synod) Measures.

TUESDAY 2 JULY—Opposition day (16th allotted day). Until about seven o'clock there will be a debate described as "The Housing Crisis". Afterwards there will be a debate entitled "The Conduct of Affairs in the Privatised Electricity and Gas Industries". Both debates arise on Opposition motions.

Remaining stages of the Severn Bridges Bill.

WEDNESDAY 3 JULY—Estimates day (2nd allotted day). Until seven o'clock there will be a debate on aid to Iraqi refugees, followed by a debate on future levels of employment and unemployment.

Details of the estimates concerned and the relevant Select Committee reports will be given in the Official Report.

THURSDAY 4 JULY—Estimates day (3rd allotted day). Until seven o'clock there will be a debate on the steel industry, assistance to redundant steel workers, and Scottish Enterprise, followed by a debate on the waiting list initiative.

Details of the estimates concerned and the relevant Select Committee reports will be given in the Official Report.

At ten o'clock the Question will be put on all outstanding estimates.

FRIDAY 5 JULY—Private Members' Bills.

MONDAY 8 JULY—Consideration of Lords amendments to the Road Traffic Bill.

The House will also wish to know that European Standing Committee B will meet at 10.30 am on Wednesday 3 July to consider European Community Document No. 4466/91 relating to informing and consulting employees.