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Business Statement

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at 4:32 pm on 2nd April 2001.

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Photo of Margaret Beckett Margaret Beckett Chair, Modernisation of the House of Commons Committee, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (Privy Council Office) 4:32 pm, 2nd April 2001

With permission, I should like to make a statement about the business for the rest of this week.

TUESDAY 3 APRILSecond Reading of the International Criminal Court Bill [Lords].

WEDNESDAY 4 APRIL—Allocation of time motion relating to the Elections Bill and the Election Publications Bill [Lords].

Proceedings on the Elections Bill and the Election Publications Bill [Lords].

THURSDAY 5 APRIL—Remaining stages of the Regulatory Reform Bill [Lords].

FRIDAY 6 APRIL—Private Members' Bills.

The provisional business for the following week will now include:

MONDAY 9 APRIL—Second Reading of the Finance Bill.

TUESDAY 10 APRIL—Remaining stages of the International Development Bill.

Motion on the Easter recess Adjournment debate.

It may be convenient for the House to know that the Government will propose that on Tuesday 10 April, we have Thursday sitting hours and that, in consequence, the Westminster Hall debates scheduled for that day will not take place.

The House may also be asked to consider any Lords messages that may be received.