HC Deb 19 March 1981 vol 1 cc431-2
Mr. Denis Healey (Leeds, East)

Does the Leader of the House have a statement to make about the business for next week?

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Paymaster General and Leader of the House of Commons (Mr. Francis Pym)

Yes, Sir. The business for next week will be as follows: MONDAY 23 MARCH—Progress on remaining stages of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Bill.

Motion relating to the National Health Service (Functions of Health Boards) (Scotland) Order.

TUESDAY 24 MARCH—Supply [13th Allotted Day]: Debate on an Opposition motion on overseas aid.

Remaining stages of the Merchant Shipping Bill [Lords] and on the International Organisations Bill [Lords].

At Seven o'clock, the Chairman of Ways and Means has named opposed private business for consideration.

WEDNESDAY 25 MARCH—Completion of remaining stages of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Bill.

Second Reading of the Ports (Financial Assistance) Bill.

Motion on the Transport Boards (Adjustment of Payments) Order.

THURSDAY 26 MARCH—Debate on European Community documents 5091/81 and addendum l on CAP price proposals 1981–82, and on Documents 5191/81, 12271/80 and on the explanatory memorandum of 17 March 1981 on development of livestock production in Ireland.

Motions on the Enterprise Zones (Northern Ireland) Order and on the Northern Ireland Consolidation Orders on Planning Blight (Compensation) and Public Order.

FRIDAY 27 MARCH—Private Members' motions.

MONDAY 30 MARCH—Supply [14th Allotted Day]: Subject for debate to be announced.