With permission, Mr Speaker, I should like to make a statement about the business for next week.
Monday 1 December—Consideration of Lords Amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill.
Tuesday 2 December—Second Reading of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill.
Wednesday 3 December—My right hon. Friend the Chancellor of Exchequer will deliver his autumn statement, followed by remaining stages of the Taxation of Pensions Bill.
Thursday 4 December—Motion to approve a statutory instrument, followed by debate on a motion relating to Financial Conduct Authority redress scheme, and a general debate on availability and pricing of branded medicines on the NHS. The subjects for both debates were determined by the Backbench Business Committee.
Friday 5 December—Private Members’ Bills.
The provisional business for the week commencing 8 December will include:
Monday 8 December—Second Reading of the Infrastructure Bill [Lords].
For the convenience of the House, I advise colleagues that the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill will be considered in a Committee of the whole House on Tuesday 9 December, Monday 15 December and Tuesday 16 December.
I also inform the House that the business in Westminster Hall for 11 and 15 December will be:
Thursday 11 December—Debate on reports from the International Development Committee on strengthening health systems in developing countries and on recovery and development in Sierra Leone and Liberia, followed by a debate on the 11th report from the International Development Committee on disability and development.
Monday 15 December—General debate on an e-petition relating to Millie’s Trust campaign to train all nurses in paediatric first aid.