The business for next week will be as follows:
Monday 8 May—Consideration of Lords amendments to the Civil Aviation Bill, followed by motion to approve European documents relating to future European Union finances, followed by if necessary consideration of Lords amendments.
The House may also be asked to consider any Lords messages which may be received.
Tuesday 9 May—Opposition day [15th allotted day]. There will be a debate on an Opposition motion—I assume ironically entitled—"The Need for the Government to Appoint a Turn Around Team to the Department of Health".
Wednesday 10 May—Remaining stages of the Police and Justice Bill, followed by motion to establish a Joint Committee on Conventions of the House of Lords.
Thursday 11 May—Remaining stages of the Housing Corporation (Delegation) etc Bill, followed by a debate on creating confident consumers on a motion for the Adjournment of the House.
Friday 12 May—Private Members Bills.
The provisional business for the following week will be as follows:
Monday 15 May—Progress on remaining stages of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill.
Tuesday 16 May—Conclusion of remaining stages of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill.
Wednesday 17 May—Remaining stages of the Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill.
Thursday 18 May—Motion relating to the staging of Members and Chairmen's pay, followed by a motion relating to the association of former Members.
Friday 19 May—The House will not be sitting.