Policy and Politics: In the Chamber - A digest of sessions with a sector agenda

House of Commons

- The Racial and Religious Hatred Bill entered its second reading yesterday

- Mark Lazarowicz MP will table the Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Bill (Private Member's Bill) today (Wednesday 22 June)

- Shailesh Vara MP will table the Breast Cancer Bill (Private Member's Bill) today

- There is an adjournment debate on care homes in Caerphilly today

- There will be an adjournment debate on the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe on Monday 27 June

- The Identity Cards Bill will enter its second reading on 28 June

Standing Committees

- Standing Committee A considered the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill yesterday

- The Seventh Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation considers today the draft Climate Change Levy (Combined Heat and Power Stations) Regulations 2005 and the draft Climate Change Levy (Fuel Use and Recycling Processes) Regulations 2005

- Standing Committee A will further consider the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill on Thursday

Westminster Hall

- There was a debate on Africa and the G8 yesterday

- There will be a debate on recent developments in volunteering tomorrow

House of Lords

- Questions to ministers on Monday included how the Government will encourage African countries to put in place measures that would ensure that aid reaches those for whom it is intended rather than financing corruption

- Questions on Tuesday included what achievable agenda relating to Africa the Government has set for the G8 summit

- The Charities Bill will enter its committee stage on 28 July

- The Children and Adoption Bill will enter its second reading on 29 June

Scottish Parliament

- Final stage of the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Bill will be on Thursday

For Hansard reports and information on committees, see www.parliament.uk.

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