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									                 HOUSE OF LORDS
              FORTHCOMING BUSINESS
                               22 NOVEMBER 2006
     The House normally finishes business by around 10pm Mon-Wed, 7pm Thurs and 4pm Fri.
     Items marked ‡ are expected to be taken during the dinner break. This usually starts around
      7.30pm, but may start earlier or later.
     Amendments tabled on the due date will appear on the Marshalled List, but will be starred.
      Amendments tabled earlier will not be starred.
     This document should be read with the formal House of Lords Business document, available from
      the Printed Paper Office or www.parliament.uk/lords
     Further information is on the Government Whips Office website www.lordswhips.org.uk
     Timings in italics are estimates only. Business may take either more or less than the time stated.
      Other times are maxima; business may go quicker.


    Members who have tabled a Question for Short Debate will be contacted by Judith Brooke to
     arrange a date in due course. Members are welcome to contact her directly to discuss their
                       availability (020 7219 5215 or brookej@parliament.uk)



                          WEDNESDAY 22 NOVEMBER – 3PM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Northern Ireland (St. Andrews Agreement) Bill – all stages – L Rooker

                          THURSDAY 23 NOVEMBER – 11AM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Debate on the address – Home, Legal and Constitutional Affairs – L Falconer of Thoroton/B
   Scotland of Asthal

Friday 24 November House not sitting

                           MONDAY 27 NOVEMBER – 2.30PM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Debate on the address – Industry, Economic and Consumer Affairs – L Truscott/L McKenzie of
   Luton

                          TUESDAY 28 NOVEMBER – 2.30PM
                    House dinner will be available in Peers’ Dining Room at 7.30pm

1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Mental Health Bill [HL] – Second Reading – L Warner
3. National Assembly for Wales (Transfer of Functions) (No. 2) Order 2006 – L Evans of Temple
   Guiting (estimate 30 mins)
4. Big Lottery Fund (Prescribed Expenditure) Order 2006 – L Davies of Oldham (estimate 15 mins)
                        WEDNESDAY 29 NOVEMBER – 3PM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Motion to approve Liaison Committee report – Chairman of Committees (estimate brief)
3. Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [HL] – Second Reading – L Falconer of Thoroton & B
   Ashton of Upholland
4. Debate on SI Merits Committee report on the management of secondary legislation – L Filkin/L
   Bassam of Brighton (estimate 2 hrs)

                        THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER – 11AM
1.   Oral Questions (30 mins)
2.   Debate on forthcoming elections in Bangladesh – L Avebury/B Royall of Blaisdon (max 2½ hrs)
3.   Debate on North Korean nuclear test – L Alton of Liverpool/L Drayson (max 2½ hrs)
4.   Debate on EU Committee report on the EU and Africa – L Bowness/B Amos (estimate 2½ hrs)

Friday 1 December House not sitting



                                 PROVISIONAL

                         MONDAY 4 DECEMBER – 2.30PM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Bill [HL] – Second Reading – L Truscott
3. Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) (Amendment No. 2) (England and Wales)
   Order 2006 – B Scotland of Asthal (estimate 15 mins)
4. Asylum (First List of Safe Countries) (Amendment) Order 2006 – B Scotland of Asthal (estimate
   45 mins)
5. Compensation Act 2006 (Contribution for Mesothelioma Claims) Regulations 2006 – L
   McKenzie of Luton (estimate 30 mins)
6. Question for Short Debate on diabetes – L Harrison/L Warner (max 90 mins)

                         TUESDAY 5 DECEMBER – 2.30PM
                  House dinner will be available in Peers’ Dining Room at 7.30pm

1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Debate on the Middle East and Afghanistan – L Triesman

In the Moses Room at 3.30 pm
   i. Compensation (Claims Management Services) Regulations 2006 – L Evans of Temple
        Guiting
   ii. Compensation (Specification of Benefits) Order 2006 – L Evans of Temple Guiting
   iii. Compensation (Regulated Claims Management Services) Order 2006 – L Evans of Temple
        Guiting
   Items i to iii will be debated together (estimate 45 mins)
   iv. Association of Law Costs Draftsmen Order 2006 – L Evans of Temple Guiting (estimate 15
        mins)
   v. Representation of the People (Combination of Polls) (England and Wales) (Amendment)
        Regulations 2006 – L Evans of Temple Guiting (estimate 30 mins)
   vi. Environmental Impact Assessment (Agriculture) (England) Regulations 2006 – motion to
        consider – B Byford/L Rooker
   vii. Environmental Impact Assessment (Agriculture) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2006 –
        motion to consider – B Byford/L Rooker
   Items vi and vii will be debated together (estimate 60 mins)
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                         WEDNESDAY 6 DECEMBER – 3PM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Legal Services Bill [HL] – Second Reading – L Falconer of Thoroton & B Ashton of Upholland
3. Curd Cheese (Restriction on Placing on the Market) (England) Regulations 2006 – motion to
   revoke – L Willoughby de Broke/L Warner (estimate 45 mins)

                         THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER – 11AM
1. Oral Questions (30 mins)
2. Conservative debates (estimate 5 hrs)
3. Question for Short Debate on historic places of worship – L Howarth of Newport/L Davies of
   Oldham (max 90 mins)

Friday 8 December House not sitting



                                        SITTING FRIDAYS

The House is expected to sit on the Fridays listed below. The House may sit on other Fridays as well
or instead.

              15 December 2006                        18 May 2007
              26 January 2007                         8 June 2007
              23 February 2007                        20 July 2007
              16 March 2007                           12 October 2007
              20 April 2007



                                         RECESS DATES
                        Subject to the progress and requirements of business

Christmas
  Rise Tuesday 19 December 2006                           Return Monday 8 January 2007
Spring half term
  Rise Thursday 8 February 2007                           Return Monday 19 February 2007
Easter
  Rise Thursday 29 March 2007                             Return Monday 16 April 2007
Whitsun
  Rise Thursday 24 May 2007                               Return Monday 4 June 2007
Summer
  Rise Thursday 26 July 2007                              Return Monday 8 October 2007




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                     SPEAKERS LISTS as at Tuesday 21 November, 5 pm
                               (Not in order of speaking)

22 November – Northern Ireland (St. Andrews Agreement) Bill – Second Reading – L Trimble, L
Glentoran, L Mayhew of Twysden, L Tebbit, L Laird, L Rooker, L Smith of Clifton

23 November – Debate on the Address – Home, Legal and Constitutional Affairs – Abp York
(Maiden), B Thornton, L Dear (Maiden), L Hastings of Scarisbrick, L Lofthouse of Pontefract, L
Maclennan of Rogart, L Ramsbotham, B Anelay of St Johns, B Miller of Hendon, E Ferrers, L
Ashcroft, L Campbell of Alloway, L Elton, L Kingsland, L Waddington, L Wakeham, B Howe of
Idlicote, L Cobbold, L Craig of Radley, L Laird, L Lloyd of Berwick, L Luce (Maiden), L Thomas of
Swynnerton, L Williamson of Horton, B Scotland of Asthal, L Davies of Coity, L Desai, L Falconer
of Thoroton, L Judd, L Richard, B Harris of Richmond, L Avebury, L Dholakia, L Goodhart, L
McNally, L Thomas of Gresford

27 November – Debate on the Address – Industry, Economic and Consumer Affairs – B
Kingsmill, B Valentine, L Bhattacharyya, L Bilimoria (Maiden), L De Mauley, L Dykes, L Lee of
Trafford, L McKenzie of Luton, L Rosser, L Rowe-Beddoe (Maiden), L Truscott, L Vallance of
Tummel, B Noakes, B Wilcox, L Jenkin of Roding, L MacGregor of Pulham Market, L Marlesford, L
Sanderson of Bowden, L Wade of Chorlton, L Moser, B Billingham, L Barnett, L Brookman, L
Haskel, L Peston, L Sheldon, L Whitty, L Newby, L Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, L Beaumont of
Whitley

28 November – Mental Health Bill [HL] – Second Reading – B Murphy, E Howe, L Patel of
Bradford, L Warner, L Adebowale, L Patel, L Rix, B McIntosh of Hudnall, B Barker

29 November – Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [HL] – Second Reading – B Ashton of
Upholland, L Howarth of Newport, L Clinton-Davis, L Falconer of Thoroton




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