Business of the House

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at 12:53 pm on 5th April 2005.

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Photo of Peter Hain Peter Hain Chair, Modernisation of the House of Commons Committee, The Secretary of State for Wales, Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal 12:53 pm, 5th April 2005

Mr. Speaker, I should like to make a business statement. Following the Prime Minister's announcement earlier today, business for tomorrow will now be as follows:

Wednesday 6 April—Consideration of a business of the House motion to facilitate business for prorogation, followed by all stages of the Finance (No. 2) Bill followed by formal proceedings on the Appropriation Bill, followed by remaining stages of the Inquiries Bill [Lords], followed by consideration in Committee and Third Reading of the Disability Discrimination Bill [Lords], followed by consideration in Committee and remaining stages of the Public Service Ombudsman (Wales) Bill [Lords], followed by consideration of Lords Amendments.

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

Thursday 7 April—Consideration of Lords Amendments, followed by remaining stages of the Education Bill [Lords], followed by motion to approve the carry-over of the Crossrail Bill, followed by consideration of Lords Amendments, followed by all stages of the International Organisations Bill [Lords], followed by consideration of Lords Amendments.

The House may also be asked to consider any Lords messages which may be received, and if necessary:

Friday 8 April—The House may be asked to consider any Lords messages which may be received.

The House will not adjourn until Royal Assent has been received to all Acts.

The House will be prorogued when Royal Assent to all Acts has been signified.

Parliament will be dissolved on Monday 11 April by proclamation.