HC Deb 08 December 1983 vol 50 cc465-578 3.31 pm
Mr. Neil Kinnock (Islwyn)

May I ask the Leader of the House whether he will state the business for next week?

The Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Commons (Mr. John Biffen)

Yes, Sir. The business for next week will be as follows:

MONDAY 12 DECEMBER — Until seven o'clock, consideration of private Members' motions.

Afterwards, remaining stages of the Coal Industry Bill and of the Town and Country Planning Bill.

Motion on the eligibility for Release on Licence Order. TUESDAY 13 DECEMBER — Second Reading of the London Regional Transport Bill.

Motion on the European Community Document No. 8922/83 on the multi-annual programme for transport infrastructure.

Motion on the Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order.

The House will be asked to agree the Civil and Defence Votes on Account and the winter Supplementary Estimates.

WEDNESDAY 14 and THURSDAY 15 DECEMBER —Remaining stages of the Telecommunications Bill.

At the end on Thursday, Motions on the Agricultural and Horticultural Co-operation and Grant (Variation) (No. 2) and (No. 3) Schemes.

FRIDAY 16 DECEMBER—Private Members' Bills.

MONDAY 19 DECEMBER — Motion for the Christmas Adjournment.

Proceedings on the Consolidated Fund Bill.

The House will wish to know, Mr. Speaker, that, subject to progress of business, it will be proposed that the House should rise for the Christmas Adjournment on Thursday 22 December until Monday 16 January 1984.

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