Houses of Parliament Schedule by Type


Adjournment Debates

An adjournment debate is a half hour debate, on a topic tabled by a backbench MP, that occurs at the conclusion of the Parliamentary Day on Monday through Thursday. No vote is taken at the conclusion of the debate.

In short

Adjournment debates provide backbench MPs with an opportunity to raise an item of interest directly with a Government Minister, and receive a response from the Government on that issue.

The topic for Monday to Wednesday is chosen by ballot, the Thursday debate topic is selected by the Speaker.

The adjournment debate is proposed by a backbench MP, who opens the debate on the tabled issue. Other members may only speak with the permission of both the tabling MP, and the Minister responding. Opposition frontbenchers may not intervene or make speeches.

The debate is concluded by a speech from the Government Minister. No vote is taken at the conclusion of the debate.

Monday 18th October 2021 - 10 p.m.
Child sexual exploitation in the Bradford district
Tabled By: Robbie Moore (Conservative - Keighley)
Tuesday 19th October 2021 - 7 p.m.
Regulation of investments in the fossil fuel industry
Tabled By: Zarah Sultana (Labour - Coventry South)
Wednesday 20th October 2021 - 7 p.m.
NHS dentistry in Lincolnshire
Tabled By: Caroline Johnson (Conservative - Sleaford and North Hykeham)
Thursday 21st October 2021 - 5 p.m.
Black History Month
Tabled By: Abena Oppong-Asare (Labour - Erith and Thamesmead)
Friday 22nd October 2021
Rail service reductions
Tabled By: Sarah Olney (Liberal Democrat - Richmond Park)
Monday 25th October 2021 - 10 p.m.
First anniversary of the Abraham Accords
Tabled By: Robert Jenrick (Conservative - Newark)

Backbench Business Debates

The Backbench Business Committee is allocated 35 days each sitting for debates of the Committee's choice. Typically two debate topics are chosen for each day used.

In short

Backbench MPs may propose debate topics and motions to the Backbench Business Committee, who hold weekly public sittings with applicants to assess the merit of their proposed debate. Backbenchers are encouraged to to have cross-party support for their application.

Debates may be on topics of general interest or following Select Committee activity.

The debate is opened by the backbench MP in whose name the motion was tabled, and concludes with speeches from Shadow and Government Ministers. Debates may conclude with a vote on the motion.

However, it must be understood that Parliament has no authority to compel the Government to act, legislate or direct the performance of statutory functions. The passage of a successful resolution may lead to an official response from the Government, but the Government are under no obligation to comply with resolutions of the House.

Thursday 21st October 2021
General debate on COP26 and limiting global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees
Tabled By: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Thursday 21st October 2021
General Debate On World Menopause Month
Tabled By: Carolyn Harris (Labour - Swansea East)

Commons Oral Questions

On Monday - Thursday, the first event of the day is for a Government Department attend the Dispatch Box and face oral and topical questions from Shadow Ministers and backbench MPs.

The Prime Minister holds Questions each Wednesday at 12:00, which is typically the most well attended event in the House.

In short

A rota of Government departments is published around a month in advance, that ensures each Department will attend a question time at some point in the near future.

Members who wish to ask oral questions, are permitted to table one oral question for each occasion, which must be given at least 3 days in advance. Members who have a registered interest in the topic must indicate this in advance.

As the number of members who wish to ask questions greatly exceeds the time available, a random ballot is held to determine the order in which the questions appear on the Order Paper.

During the session, members do not recite the question, rather they refer to the question number on the Order Paper, i.e 'Question 5, Mr. Speaker.'

After the Minister has responded to the oral question, members are entitled to follow up supplementary question.

For Prime Minister's Question Time, a standard oral question 'if he will list his/her engagements for the day' is used, with all other questions being supplementary.

Shadow Cabinet and frontbench spokesmen are entitled to a set number of supplementary questions during Questions

The last 15 minutes of each Question session is usually set aside for Topical Questions. These follow the same format of PMQ's, with a standard opening question, all other questions being supplementary and not tabled in advance.

Monday 18th October - 2:30 p.m.

Home Office

First 5 Oral Questions
Sheryll Murray (Conservative - South East Cornwall)
What steps her Department is taking to help prevent illegal protests.
Julian Sturdy (Conservative - York Outer)
What steps her Department is taking to implement the findings of the Pet Theft Taskforce.
Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist Party - North Antrim)
What steps she is taking to help ensure that there are sufficient migrant workers for the needs of businesses in Northern Ireland.
Crispin Blunt (Conservative - Reigate)
Whether her Department plans to take steps to reschedule psilocybin to Schedule 2 of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001.
Simon Baynes (Conservative - Clwyd South)
What steps her Department is taking to implement the findings of the Pet Theft Taskforce.

Tuesday 19th October - 11:30 a.m.

Department of Health and Social Care

First 5 Oral Questions
Fay Jones (Conservative - Brecon and Radnorshire)
What steps he is taking to prepare for a potential increase of covid-19 infections in the autumn and winter months of 2021.
Julian Sturdy (Conservative - York Outer)
What recent steps his Department has taken to increase NHS capacity.
Daniel Zeichner (Labour - Cambridge)
What recent estimate he has made of the size of backlogs in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Ben Bradley (Conservative - Mansfield)
What steps his Department is taking to integrate health and care services.
Caroline Dinenage (Conservative - Gosport)
What steps the Government is taking to improve health outcomes for people with learning disabilities and autism.
Wednesday 20th October 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
President of COP26

Wednesday 20th October - noon

Prime Minister's Question Time
First 5 Oral Questions
Rachael Maskell (Labour (Co-op) - York Central)
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 20 October.
Kirsten Oswald (Scottish National Party - East Renfrewshire)
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 20 October.
Luke Hall (Conservative - Thornbury and Yate)
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 20 October.
Crispin Blunt (Conservative - Reigate)
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 20 October.
Anthony Mangnall (Conservative - Totnes)
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 20 October.

Thursday 21st October - 9:30 a.m.

Department for International Trade

First 5 Oral Questions
Cat Smith (Labour - Lancaster and Fleetwood)
What recent discussions she has had with UK trade partners on inserting clauses on human rights into future trade deals.
Neil Hudson (Conservative - Penrith and The Border)
What steps her Department has taken to help increase global export opportunities for British farmers.
Alexander Stafford (Conservative - Rother Valley)
What recent progress her Department has made on securing free trade agreements with countries around the world.
Simon Baynes (Conservative - Clwyd South)
What steps her Department has taken to help increase global export opportunities for British farmers.
Gareth Davies (Conservative - Grantham and Stamford)
What steps her Department has taken to increase the export of British financial services.
Monday 25th October 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Tuesday 26th October 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Wednesday 27th October 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
Northern Ireland Office
Wednesday 27th October 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Thursday 28th October 2021 - 9:30 a.m.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Thursday 28th October 2021 - 10:10 a.m.
Church Commissioners and House of Commons Commission and Parliamentary Works Sponsor Body and Public Accounts Commission and Speaker’s Committee on the Electoral Commission
Monday 1st November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Department for Education
Tuesday 2nd November 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
HM Treasury
Wednesday 3rd November 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
Scotland Office
Wednesday 3rd November 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Thursday 4th November 2021 - 9:30 a.m.
Department for Transport
Monday 8th November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Department for Work and Pensions
Tuesday 9th November 2021 - 11:30 a.m.
Ministry of Justice
Wednesday 17th November 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Wednesday 24th November 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Wednesday 1st December 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Wednesday 8th December 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time
Wednesday 15th December 2021 - noon
Prime Minister's Question Time

Lords Oral Questions

On Monday - Thursday, the House of Lords holds a 30 minute Oral Questions session, with up to four questions being tabled for Government repsonse.

The first three questions can be tabled up to a month in advance, and the fourth 'topical' question is selected by Ballot.

In short

No Lord may have more than one question scheduled in the Lords at any one time, and may only ask four oral questions during the course of a Parliament.

As in the Commons, supplementary questions may be asked once the answer to the oral question has been given.

Monday 18th October 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Influence of the Dunlop Review of Devolution on the creation of a Minister for Intergovernmental Relations
Tabled By: Baroness Wilcox of Newport (Labour - Life peer)
Monday 18th October 2021
Inclusion of funding support for new HIV Action Plan to end new transmissions in England in upcoming Comprehensive Spending Review
Tabled By: Lord Cashman (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Monday 18th October 2021
Ensuring victims of the building safety scandal are not paying for the failures of those responsible
Tabled By: Lord Kennedy of Southwark (Labour - Life peer)
Monday 18th October 2021
Delay to UK’s application to join the Horizon Europe research programme, and new project funding for research institutes
Tabled By: Lord Berkeley (Labour - Life peer)
Tuesday 19th October 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Patient choice between a telephone or in-person GP appointment, and the impact of appointments not being in person on late diagnosis of symptoms
Tabled By: Lord Balfe (Conservative - Life peer)
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Dame Carol Black’s 'Review of Drugs Part Two: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery'
Tabled By: Lord Moylan (Conservative - Life peer)
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Action taken in light of Nuffield Foundation’s review 'Changing Patterns of Poverty in Early Childhood'
Tabled By: Lord Bishop of Durham (Bishops - Bishops)
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Discussions with France since the announcement of the AUKUS agreement
Tabled By: Lord West of Spithead (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 20th October 2021 - 3 p.m.
Ensuring gambling operators provide high quality and accurate data for use by the Gambling Commission
Tabled By: Lord Foster of Bath (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Wednesday 20th October 2021
Implementation of final report of the Regulation of Property Agents Working Group
Tabled By: Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 20th October 2021
When the Prime Minister will next meet the First Ministers of the UK’s devolved governments and what they will discuss
Tabled By: Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 21st October 2021
Support for people at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes who have gained weight during the COVID-19 pandemic
Tabled By: Baroness Merron (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 21st October 2021 - 11 a.m.
Employing 'elemental analysis' to determine where cotton used in goods imported to the UK was cultivated
Tabled By: Lord Rooker (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 21st October 2021
What environmental considerations influence government trade policy
Tabled By: Baroness Quin (Labour - Life peer)
Monday 25th October 2021
Introduction of a men's health strategy
Tabled By: Lord Farmer (Conservative - Life peer)
Monday 25th October 2021
Ensuring music and the arts are at the heart of education in England
Tabled By: Lord McNicol of West Kilbride (Labour - Life peer)
Monday 25th October 2021
Capturing in-work rural poverty in future funding allocation mechanisms in light of Rural Services Network June 2021 report: 'Towards the UK Shared Prosperity Fund'
Tabled By: Lord Bishop of St Albans (Bishops - Bishops)
Monday 25th October 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Ensuring government departments and public bodies have regard to the National Audit Office guidance, 'Climate change risk: A good practice guide for Audit and Risk Assurance Committees'
Tabled By: Lord Browne of Ladyton (Labour - Life peer)
Tuesday 26th October 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Timetable for the appointment of the Chair of Ofcom
Tabled By: Lord Bassam of Brighton (Labour - Life peer)
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Evaluating the success of measures in place to address the shortage of HGV drivers
Tabled By: Baroness Randerson (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Tuesday 26th October 2021
The comparative costs and effectiveness of the provision of public services in England by local authorities and their contractors
Tabled By: Lord Wallace of Saltaire (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Wednesday 27th October 2021 - 3 p.m.
Latest assessment report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Tabled By: Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (Green Party - Life peer)
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Proportion of the new Health and Social Care Levy to be allocated to the provision of social care
Tabled By: Lord Wood of Anfield (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Department for Transport Acceleration Unit’s current work programme, staffing number, annual budget and achievements to date
Tabled By: Lord Berkeley (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 28th October 2021 - 11 a.m.
Government plans to promote knowledge and understanding of the contribution of migration
Tabled By: Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle (Green Party - Life peer)
Thursday 28th October 2021
How many three-month working visas for European HGV drivers have been issued
Tabled By: Lord Blunkett (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 28th October 2021
Compatibility of the UK's trade policy with its climate change ambitions
Tabled By: Lord Haskel (Labour - Life peer)
Monday 1st November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Report from the Social Market Foundation 'Zeroing in: Net Zero disruption and opportunity at a local level'
Tabled By: Baroness Scott of Needham Market (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Monday 1st November 2021
Impact of the arrival of the tree beatle Ips typographus in spruce trees in the southeast of England on the timber industry in the UK, and steps to prevent further damage
Tabled By: Lord Colgrain (Conservative - Excepted Hereditary)
Monday 1st November 2021
Calls made at the 3–13 August 2021 meeting of the Group of Governmental Experts at the Convention on Conventional Weapons for a legally-binding instrument, including both prohibitions and positive obligations, to regulate autonomous weapons systems
Tabled By: Lord Clement-Jones (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Monday 1st November 2021
Application of the Farming Rules for Water on the use of organic forms of nitrogen in the autumn and the spring; and in particular, the implications of using organic manure, slurries and biowastes on ammonia and phosphate levels at different points of the year
Tabled By: Lord Carrington (Crossbench - Excepted Hereditary)
Tuesday 2nd November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Percentage by which the public health grant to local authorities has increased, or decreased, since 2016
Tabled By: Lord Scriven (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Discussions with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees on the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and the principle that asylum seekers must apply for refugee status in the first safe country they reach
Tabled By: Lord Dubs (Labour - Life peer)
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Establishment of a compulsory register of overseas property owners
Tabled By: Baroness Donaghy (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 3rd November 2021 - 3 p.m.
Date for the next statutory review of the benefit cap
Tabled By: Baroness Lister of Burtersett (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Extent and plans to address departures of early career teachers from the teaching profession
Tabled By: Viscount Hanworth (Labour - Excepted Hereditary)
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Government discussions with Network Rail and Train Operating Companies about the delay to the proposed East Coast Main Line timetable changes
Tabled By: Lord Beith (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Thursday 4th November 2021 - 11 a.m.
Government discussions with Transport for London and the Mayor of London regarding abolition of temporary cycle lanes in London
Tabled By: Lord Cruddas (Conservative - Life peer)
Thursday 4th November 2021
Availability of places for nomadic Gypsies and Travellers to legally and safely stop, and plans to address shortage of places
Tabled By: Lord Bishop of London (Bishops - Bishops)
Thursday 4th November 2021
Prohibition of second homes advertised as holiday rentals from avoiding council tax by registering for business rates and thereby qualifying for small business rate relief
Tabled By: Baroness Thornhill (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)
Monday 8th November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Aligning the timelines between cancer drugs being licenced and being approved by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Tabled By: Baroness Morgan of Drefelin (Crossbench - Life peer)
Monday 8th November 2021
Designating the UK’s cash network as Critical National Infrastructure and introducing a Universal Service Obligation for the provision of cash
Tabled By: Lord Holmes of Richmond (Conservative - Life peer)
Monday 8th November 2021
Impact on the recruitment and employment of au pairs from EU member states of changes to immigration rules
Tabled By: Baroness Hodgson of Abinger (Conservative - Life peer)
Monday 8th November 2021
Supporting the NHS to ensure full coverage of Fracture Liaison Services throughout England
Tabled By: Lord Black of Brentwood (Conservative - Life peer)
Tuesday 9th November 2021
Criteria for deciding whether the Home Office inquiry into the matters arising from the murder of Sarah Everard should be converted into a statutory inquiry under the Inquiries Act 2005
Tabled By: Baroness Chakrabarti (Labour - Life peer)
Tuesday 9th November 2021
Implementation of the government's decision to extend the storage limit for gametes and embryos
Tabled By: Baroness Deech (Crossbench - Life peer)
Tuesday 9th November 2021 - 2:30 p.m.
Sports Councils Equalities Group’s Guidance for Transgender Inclusion in Domestic Sport, and the conclusion that “the inclusion of transgender people into female sport cannot be balanced regarding transgender inclusion, fairness and safety in gender-affected sport where there is meaningful competition”
Tabled By: Lord Triesman (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 10th November 2021 - 3 p.m.
By-elections for hereditary peers
Tabled By: Lord Grocott (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 10th November 2021
Impact of Article 399(5) of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and steps being taking in respect of the regulation of dues and charges payable by foreign workers or their employers
Tabled By: Lord Hendy (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 10th November 2021
Increase in the value of clinical negligence claims
Tabled By: Lord Storey (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)

Ten Minute Bills

Ten Minute Bills are an opportunity for backbenchers to give a 10 minute speech as the First Reading for a proposed Bill.

They are scheduled for immediately after Question Time to give the largest possible attendence.

In short

The first reading of a Bill marks the formal introduction of a bill before the house (though a detailed text is not required). Typically, this is a brief formality without any speeches being made.

However, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, backbench MPs are allocated 10 minutes to make a speech outlining the reasons for their proposed legislation. The relevant Minister is expected to be present.

This event typically occurs immediately after Questions, to ensure as great an audience as possible.

However, Ten Minute Bill's no not receive any legislative priority, and are unlikely to become enacted into law as primary legislation.

Tuesday 19th October 2021
Bereavement Leave and Pay (stillborn and miscarried babies)
Tabled By: Sarah Owen (Labour - Luton North)
Wednesday 20th October 2021
Decarbonisation and Economic Strategy
Tabled By: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Details to be provided
Tabled By: Owen Thompson (Scottish National Party - Midlothian)
Monday 1st November 2021
Public Houses (Electrical Safety)
Tabled By: Andrew Rosindell (Conservative - Romford)
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Plastics (Wet Wipes)
Tabled By: Fleur Anderson (Labour - Putney)

Westminster Hall Debates

Westminster Hall is a forum for Parliamentary debates to occur outside the Main Chamber.

As with Adjournment Debates, issues are tabled by backbench MPs, and a Government Minister will respond without a vote being taken.

In short

Monday - A 3 hour debate begins at 4.30pm, and relating to Petitions or e-Petitions.

Tuesday and Wednesday - Debates occur throughout the day, and are selected by Ballot

Thursday - A 3 hour debate determined by the Backbench Business Committee or Liason Committee

The Westminster Hall debates are Chaired by members of the Panel of Chairs (a group of experienced MPs), rather than the Speaker or a Deputy Speaker.

Monday 18th October 2021
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Wednesday 20th October 2021
Thursday 21st October 2021
Thursday 28th October 2021

Opposition Day Debates

Opposition Days are 20 designated days each session, where Opposition parties (rather than the Government) can table a motion for debate.

In short

Opposition Days typically consist of two debates selected by either the Official Opposition (17 days allocated) or minor parties (3 days allocated).

Opposition Day debates are usually led by a motion expressing criticism of the Government on a particular topic, to which the Government tables an amendment expressing support of the Government.

However, it must be understood that Parliament has no authority to compel the Government to act, legislate or direct the performance of statutory functions. The passage of a successful resolution may lead to an official response from the Government, but the Government are under no obligation to comply with resolutions of the House.

Since 2017, the Government has taken the position of abstention from voting on Opposition Day debates, so as to prevent MPs being recorded as officially objecting to politically popular motions.

Tuesday 19th October 2021
Opposition Day (7th allotted day - 1st part) There will be a debate on a Motion in the name of the Official Opposition. Subject to be announced

Secondary Legislation Debates

Secondary (or Delegated) Legislation under the affirmative procedure requires Parliamentary approval before it can be made (enacted) into law.

This requirement for approval is frequently discharged by a Delegated Legislation Committee, who consider the legislation and vote to approve it.

In short

Certain secondary legislation requires the assessment and approval of Parliament, which is performed by Delegated Legislation Committees.

For more details on this complex topic, read our glossary article: Secondary Legislation

Tuesday 19th October 2021
Wednesday 20th October 2021
    Fourth Delegated Legislation Committee - Debate
    The draft Heavy Commercial Vehicles in Kent (No.1) (Amendment) Order 2021
    9:25 a.m. - Room 10, Palace of Westminster

Commons Select Committee Meetings

Select Committees are groups of backbench MPs tasked with oversight of the Government Departments, or areas of constitutional concern.

In short

Select Committees typically undertake a programme of inquiries through the duration of a Parliament. Committees hold regular public evidence sessions with Ministers and senior Civil Servants to scrutinise each Department, or members of the public relevant to a particular inquiry.

Inquiries typically conclude with the publication of a report, to which the Government may publish a response.

Monday 18th October 2021
    3 p.m. - Room 15, Palace of Westminster
      Treasury Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Future of Financial Services
      At 3.15pm: Oral evidence
      Anne Boden - Chief Executive Officer at Starling Bank
      John Collins - Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer at Santander UK
      Mr Matthew Conway - Director for Strategy and Policy at UK Finance
      David Livingstone - Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Middle East and Africa at Citigroup
      Nigel Terrington - Chief Executive Officer at Paragon Banking Group


    3:30 p.m. - The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Environmental Land Management Scheme
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Lynette Steel - Farm Policy Adviser at Tenants Farmers Association
      Caroline Ayre - England National Manager at Confederation of Forest Industries
      Tom Bradshaw - Vice President at National Farmers Union (NFU)
      Jenna Hegarty - Deputy Director Policy and Advocacy at Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
      Professor Rob Fraser - Emeritus Professor of Agricultural Economics at University of Kent


Tuesday 19th October 2021
    9 a.m. - Room 8, Palace of Westminster
    9:30 a.m. - Room 15, Palace of Westminster
      Education Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Children's Homes
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Victoria Langer - Interim Chief Executive at Become
      Patrick Ward - Chair at National Association of Virtual School Headteachers (NAVSH), and Headteacher at Lewisham Virtual School
      Mark Russell - Chief Executive at The Children’s Society
      Hannah McCowen - Manager at National Care Leavers Benchmarking Forum, and Catch 22


    9:45 a.m. - Room 16, Palace of Westminster
      Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: The impact of supply chain delays on UK businesses and consumers
      At 10.45am: Oral evidence
      Duncan Buchanan - Director of Policy at Road Haulage Association
      Neil Carberry - Chief Executive at Recruitment and Employment Confederation
      At 11.45am: Oral evidence
      William Bain - Head of Trade Policy at British Chambers of Commerce
      Martin McTague - National Vice Chair at Federation of Small Businesses
      Stephen Phipson CBE - Chief Executive at Make UK
      Ian Wright CBE - Chief Executive at Food and Drink Federation


    2 p.m. - The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
      Justice Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Women in Prison
      At 2.30pm: Oral evidence
      Laura Seebohm - Executive Director Innovation and Policy at Changing Lives
      Vicky Davis - Eastwood Park Team Manager at The Nelson Trust
      Dr Jenny Earle - Adviser to the London Prisons Mission at Safe Homes for Women Leaving Prison Initiative
      At 3.30pm: Oral evidence
      Sandra Fieldhouse - Inspector, Leader of the Women's Inspection Team at HM Inspectorate of Prisons
      Juliet Lyon CBE - Chair at Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody
      Sue McAllister CB, Prison and Probation Ombudsman


    2 p.m. - Room 15, Palace of Westminster
      Foreign Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Government policy on Afghanistan
      At 2.30pm: Oral evidence
      General David Petraeus (ret.) - Commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan (2010–11)
      At 3.30pm: Oral evidence
      Laurel Miller - Deputy/Acting Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (2013-2017) at US State Department
      Professor Michael Semple - Deputy to the EU Special Representative for Afghanistan (2004-08)
      At 4.30pm: Oral evidence
      Shaharzad Akbar - Chairperson at Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission
      Shukria Barakzai - Former Afghan MP


Wednesday 20th October 2021
    9 a.m. - The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
      Science and Technology Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: R&D Investment
      At 9.15am: Oral evidence
      Sir John Kingman - Former Chair at UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
      Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell - President and Vice Chancellor at University of Manchester
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Sir Paul Nurse, 2001 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
      Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe, 2019 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
      At 11.00am: Oral evidence
      Sir Adrian Smith - President at Royal Society
      Sir Andrew Mackenzie - Chair at UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
      The Lord Browne of Madingley - Co-Chair at Medical Research Council


    9:15 a.m. - Room 6, Palace of Westminster
      Work and Pensions Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Children in poverty: No recourse to public funds
      At 9.30am: Oral evidence
      Morgan Wild - Head of Policy at Citizens Advice
      Caz Hattam - Coordinator at The Unity Project
      Catherine Houlcroft - Principal Projects Officer at NRPF Network
      Azmina Siddique - Policy and Research Manager (Child Poverty and Inequality) at Children’s Society
      At 10.30am: Oral evidence
      Susanne Miller - Chief Officer at Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
      Christianah Awodiji - Team Manager NRPF at Manchester Local Care Organisation
      Cllr Jasmine Ali - Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Education at Southwark Council
      Penny Ademuyiwa - Assistant Director at North Kent
      Leah Arnold - Service Manager, Strengthening Families at City of Wolverhampton Council


    9:30 a.m. - Room 16, Palace of Westminster
      Transport Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Road pricing
      At 9.30am: Oral evidence
      Duncan Buchanan - Policy Director (England and Wales) at Road Haulage Association (RHA)
      Steve Gooding - Director at RAC Foundation
      Toby Poston - Director of External Affairs at British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA)
      Dr Nina Skorupska CBE - Chief Executive at Renewable Energy Association
      At 10.20am: Oral evidence
      Professor Phillip Goodwin - Senior Fellow at Foundation for Integrated Transport
      John Siraut - Director of Economics at Jacobs
      Alistair Hunter - Highways Business Leader at Arup


    10 a.m. - The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
      International Trade Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: UK trade negotiations
      At 11.00am: Oral evidence
      The Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP - Minister of State (Minister for Trade Policy) at Department for International Trade
      Victoria Prentis MP - Minister of State (Minister for Pacific and the Environment) at Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
      Chris Heaton - Deputy Director in International Trade Policy at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs


    2 p.m. - Room 16, Palace of Westminster
      Treasury Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Jobs, growth, and productivity after coronavirus
      At 2.15pm: Oral evidence
      George Dibb - Head of the Centre for Economic Justice at Institute for Public Policy Research
      Sir Geoffrey Owen - Head of Industrial Policy at Policy Exchange


    2 p.m. - Room 15, Palace of Westminster
      Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Sustainability of the built environment
      At 2.15pm: Oral evidence
      Dr Jannik Giesekam - Chancellor's Fellow (Lecturer), Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Strathclyde
      Peter Conboy - Development Director at igloo Regeneration Ltd
      Dr Alice Moncaster - Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering and Innovation at The Open University
      At 3.15pm: Oral evidence
      Robert Lambe FCIOB - Managing Director at Melius Homes Limited
      Dr Alice Owen - Associate Professor in Business, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement at University of Leeds
      Caterina Brandmayr - Head of climate policy at Green Alliance


    2 p.m. - Room 6, Palace of Westminster
      Women and Equalities Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Pre-appointment hearing with the Social Mobility Commission
      At 2.30pm: Oral evidence
      Katharine Birbalsingh CBE - the Government's preferred candidate for Chair at Social Mobility Commission


Thursday 21st October 2021
    8:45 a.m. - Room 6, Palace of Westminster
    9:30 a.m. - The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Environmental Land Management Scheme
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Tamara Finkelstein - Permanent Secretary at Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
      David Kennedy - Director General, Food, farming and biodiversity at Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
      Paul Caldwell - Chief Executive at Rural Payments Agency


    9:30 a.m. - Room 16, Palace of Westminster
      Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: The Work of the UK Statistics Authority: Scrutiny Session
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Professor Sir Ian Diamond - National Statistician at UK Statistics Authority
      Sir David Norgrove - Chair at UK Statistics Authority
      Ed Humpherson - Director General for Regulation at Office for Statistics Regulation


Monday 25th October 2021
    3:30 p.m. - Fully physical meeting
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Achieving Net Zero: Follow up
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Sarah Munby - Permanent Secretary at Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
      Steve Field - Director for climate, energy and environment at HM Treasury
      Lee McDonough - Director General for net zero strategy and international at Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy


Tuesday 26th October 2021
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Thursday 28th October 2021
    9:30 a.m. - Fully physical meeting
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Underpayments of the State Pension
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Peter Schofield - Permanent Secretary at Department for Work & Pensions
      Amanda Reynolds - Director General for Service Excellence at Department for Work & Pensions
      Cathy Payne - Deputy Director for State Pensions and Service Excellence at Department for Work & Pensions


Monday 1st November 2021
    3:30 p.m. - Fully physical meeting
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Jeremy Pocklington - Permanent Secretary at Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities


Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Thursday 4th November 2021
    9:30 a.m. - Fully physical meeting
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: DCMS recall (Broadband)
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Sarah Healey - Permanent Secretary at Department for Culture, Media and Sport
      Susannah Storey - Director General for Digital and Media at Department for Culture, Media and Sport
      Imran Shafi - Director for Digital Infrastructure at Department for Culture, Media and Sport
      Paul Norris - CE0 at Building Digital UK


Monday 8th November 2021
    3:30 p.m. - Fully physical meeting
      Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Reducing the backlog in criminal courts
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Antonia Romeo - Permanent Secretary at Ministry of Justice
      Jerome Glass - Director General Policy and Strategy Group at Ministry of Justice
      Kevin Sadler - Interim Chief Executive at Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service


Tuesday 9th November 2021
Monday 15th November 2021
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Tuesday 30th November 2021
Tuesday 7th December 2021

Lords Select Committee Meetings

Select Committees are groups of Lordstasked with oversight of the Government Departments, or areas of constitutional concern.

In short

Select Committees typically undertake a programme of inquiries through the duration of a Parliament. Committees hold regular public evidence sessions with Ministers and senior Civil Servants to scrutinise each Department, or members of the public relevant to a particular inquiry.

Inquiries typically conclude with the publication of a report, to which the Government may publish a response.

Monday 18th October 2021
Tuesday 19th October 2021
    10 a.m. - To be confirmed
      Science and Technology Committee (Lords) - Oral evidence
      Subject: Nature-based solutions for climate change
      At 10.00am: Oral evidence
      Dr Pat Snowdon - Head of Economics and Woodland Carbon Code at Scottish Forestry
      Dr Renée Kerkvliet-Hermans - Coordinator at Peatland Code
      Annette Burden - Wetland Biogeochemist at UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
      At 11.00am: Oral evidence
      Helen Avery - Head of Nature Programmes at Green Finance Institute
      David Young - Lawyer and Partner at Wheatley Young Partners
      James Mansfield - Co-Founder and Managing Director at Finance Earth


    3 p.m. - To be confirmed
      Economic Affairs Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Central Bank Digital Currencies
      At 3.00pm: Oral evidence
      David Birch - Advisor and Commentator at Digital Financial Services
      Stephen Bonner - Executive Director, Regulatory Futures and Innovation at Information Commissioner's Office
      Andrew Cregan - Head of Finance Policy at British Retail Consortium
      Jana Mackintosh - Managing Director for payments and innovation at UK Finance


    3 p.m. - Room 2, Palace of Westminster
    3:45 p.m. - Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
      Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee - Oral evidence
      Subject: Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2021 (SI 2021/879)
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Robert Courts MP - Minister at Department for Transport
      Louise Morgan - Director of Strategy and Private Office at Department for Transport
      Katy Ware - Director of Maritime Services, Maritime and Coastguard Agency at Department for Transport
      David Harding - Deputy Director, General Aviation, Safety, Skills and CAA at Department for Transport


Wednesday 20th October 2021
Thursday 21st October 2021
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Thursday 28th October 2021
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Tuesday 9th November 2021
Wednesday 10th November 2021
Tuesday 16th November 2021
Monday 22nd November 2021
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Wednesday 24th November 2021
Monday 29th November 2021
Monday 6th December 2021
Monday 13th December 2021
Tuesday 14th December 2021

Joint Committee Meetings

Joint Committees comprise members of both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords

In short

Select Committees typically undertake a programme of inquiries through the duration of a Parliament. Committees hold regular public evidence sessions with Ministers and senior Civil Servants to scrutinise each Department, or members of the public relevant to a particular inquiry.

Inquiries typically conclude with the publication of a report, to which the Government may publish a response.

Monday 18th October 2021
    1:45 p.m. - Room 8, Palace of Westminster
      Draft Online Safety Bill (Joint Committee) - Oral evidence
      Subject: Draft Online Safety Bill
      At 2.30pm: Oral evidence
      Rocio Concha - Director of Policy and Advocacy and Chief Economist at Which?
      Martin Lewis OBE - Founder and Chair at MoneySavingExpert.com and Money and Mental Health Policy Institute
      At 3.15pm: Oral evidence
      Mark Steward - Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight at Financial Conduct Authority
      Guy Parker - Chief Executive at Advertising Standards Authority
      Michael Grenfell - Executive Director for Enforcement at Competition and Markets Authority
      Commander Clinton Blackburn - National Economic Crime Coordinator at City of London Police
      At 4.45pm: Oral evidence
      Sophie Zhang


Wednesday 20th October 2021
    2:20 p.m. - Palace of Westminster
      National Security Strategy (Joint Committee) - Oral evidence
      Subject: Work of the National Security Adviser
      At 3.00pm: Oral evidence
      Sir Stephen Lovegrove - National Security Adviser at Cabinet Office
      David Quarrey - Prime Minister’s International Affairs Adviser and Deputy National Security Adviser at Cabinet Office


    2:40 p.m. - The Macmillan Room, Portcullis House
      Human Rights (Joint Committee) - Oral evidence
      Subject: Legislative Scrutiny: Nationality and Borders Bill
      At 3.00pm: Oral evidence
      Daniel Ghezelbash - Associate Professor at Macquarie University
      Sonali Naik QC - Barrister at Garden Court Chambers
      Aurélie Ponthieu - Coordinator Forced Migration Team at Médecins Sans Frontières
      At 4.00pm: Oral evidence
      Rosella Pagliuchi-Lor - UK Representative at United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
      Elizabeth Ruddick - Senior Legal Adviser at United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)


Thursday 21st October 2021
    9:30 a.m. - Room 8, Palace of Westminster
      Draft Online Safety Bill (Joint Committee) - Oral evidence
      Subject: Draft Online Safety Bill
      At 9.45am: Oral evidence
      Professor Richard Wilson - Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Intellectual Life, Gladstein Chair and Professor of Anthropology and Law at University of Connecticut
      Barbora Bukovska - Senior Director, Law and Policy at Article 19
      Matthew D’Ancona, journalist formerly of Index on Censorship, currently Editor at Tortoise Media
      Silkie Carlo - Director at Big Brother Watch
      At 11.15am: Oral evidence
      Gavin Millar QC
      Alison Gow - President at Society of Editors
      Matt Rogerson - Director of Public Policy at Guardian Media Group, and News Media Association
      Peter Wright - Editor Emeritus at DMG Media
      At 12.15pm: Oral evidence
      Professor Jonathan Haidt
      Jim Steyer - CEO at Common Sense Media


Monday 25th October 2021
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Thursday 28th October 2021
Monday 1st November 2021
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Thursday 4th November 2021

General Committee Meetings

General Committees typically meet to consider legislation currently at the Committee Stages.

There are no General Committee meetings currently scheduled

Grand Committee Meetings

Grand Committees in the House of Lords consider legislation outside the main chamber, for which there will be no contested divisions.

Grand Committees in the House of Commons debate issues or legislation relating to a devolved administrative region of the United Kingdom (Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland).

There are no Grand Committee meetings currently scheduled

Government Bill Debate Schedule

Government Bills currently scheduled for debate before Parliament.

In short

For more information on Bill Process and Government Bills, read our glossary articles: Process of a Bill and Government Bills

Monday 18th October 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Judicial Review and Courts Bill 2021-22
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Report stage (Lords) - Telecommunications (Security) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Lords) - Compensation (London Capital & Finance plc and Fraud Compensation Fund) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Lords) - Rating (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill 2021-22
Wednesday 20th October 2021
Consideration of Lords amendments (Commons) - Environment Bill 2021-22
Committee stage (Lords) - Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021-22
Monday 25th October 2021
3rd reading (Lords) - Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill 2021-22
Committee stage (Lords) - Critical Benchmarks (References and Administrators' Liability) Bill [HL] 2021-22
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Committee stage (Lords) - Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill 2021-22
Wednesday 27th October 2021
Committee stage (Lords) - Armed Forces Bill 2021-22
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
2nd reading (Lords) - Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill 2021-22

Private Members Bill Debate Schedule

Dates have been set for the following Private Members Bill debates

In short

Private Members Bills are proposed items of legislation tabled by backbench MPs. Only around 7 will become law each Session, and most will not progress beyond the initial stages.

For more information, read our glossary articles: Process of a Bill and Private Members Bills

Friday 22nd October 2021
2nd reading (Lords) - Assisted Dying Bill [HL] 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Local Government (Disqualification) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Energy Pricing Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Education Employment (Accompaniment to Hearings) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Wellbeing of Future Generations (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Electric Vehicle Charging Points (New Buildings) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Hospitals (Parking Charges and Business Rates) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - General Election (Leaders’ Debates) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Homeless People (Current Accounts) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Electoral Candidates (Age) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Voter Registration Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Asylum Seekers (Return to Safe Countries) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Corporate Homicide Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Covid-19 Vaccine Damage Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - British Broadcasting Corporation (Privatisation) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Channel 4 (Privatisation) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Workers (Rights and Definition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Public Sector Exit Payments (Limitation) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Workers (Rights) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Immigration (Health and Social Care Staff) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Public Advocate Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Planning and Local Representation Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Minimum Energy Performance of Buildings (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Planning (Street Plans) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Hen Caging (Prohibition) Bill 2021-22
Friday 29th October 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Menopause (Support and Services) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Animals (Penalty Notices) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Childcare Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Climate and Ecology Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Approved Premises (Substance Testing) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Crown Estate (Devolution to Wales) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Education (16 to 19 Academies) (Religious Character) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - BBC Licence Fee (Abolition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Caravan Site Licensing (Exemptions of Motor Homes) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 (Amendment) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - BBC Licence Fee Non-Payment (Decriminalisation for Over-75s) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Green Belt (Protection) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Caravan Sites Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Paternity (Leave and Pay) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Bill 2021-22
Friday 19th November 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Glue Traps (Offences) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Marriage and Civil Partnership (Minimum Age) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Planning (Enforcement) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Pedicabs (London) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Leader of the House of Commons (Election) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - NHS England (Alternative Treatment) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Domestic Building Works (Consumer Protection) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Children's Clothing (Value Added Tax) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Flexible Working Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Children (Access to Treatment) Bill 2021-22
Friday 26th November 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Down Syndrome Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Pension Schemes (Conversion of Guaranteed Minimum Pensions) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Public Bodies (Representation from Devolved Nations) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Electoral Commission (Abolition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Illegal Immigration (Offences) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Full Employment Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Health and Safety at Work Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Registers of Births and Deaths Bill 2021-22
Friday 3rd December 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Acquired Brain Injury Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Non-Disclosure Agreements Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Asylum Seekers (Permission to Work) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Miscarriage Leave Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Disability Benefit Assessments (Recording) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Asylum Seekers (Accommodation Eviction Procedures) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Workers (Rights and Definition) (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Pregnancy and Maternity (Redundancy Protection) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Intimate Images (Offences) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Transport (Disabled Passenger Charter) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Unauthorised Development (Offences) Bill 2021-22
Friday 10th December 2021
2nd reading (Commons) - Climate Change Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Medical Cannabis (Access) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Clean Air Targets (World Health Organization Guidelines) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - British Goods (Public Sector Purchasing Duty) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Puppy Import (Prohibition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Consumer Pricing Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Broadcasting (Listed Sporting Events) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - House of Lords (Hereditary Peers) (Abolition of By-Elections) (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Armenian Genocide (Recognition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Public Sector Website Impersonation Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Hunting Trophy Import (Prohibition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Employment (Application Requirements) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Universal Credit Sanctions (Zero Hours Contracts) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Benefit Sanctions (Warnings) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Automated External Defibrillators (Public Access) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Israel Arms Trade (Prohibition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Local Electricity Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority Pension Transfers (Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Investigation) Bill Bill 2021-22
Friday 14th January 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles (Disabled Persons) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Kinship Care (Parental Leave) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Tips Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Regulatory Impact Assessments Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Social Security Benefits (Healthy Eating) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Under-Occupancy Penalty (Report) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (Powers) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Planning (Proper Maintenance of Land) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Workers (Rights) (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Prime Minister (Temporary Replacement) Bill 2021-22
Friday 21st January 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - Hare Coursing Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Human Trafficking (Child Protection) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Barnett Formula (Replacement) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Asylum Seekers (Permission to Work) (No. 2) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Housing Standards (Refugees and Asylum Seekers) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Misuse of Fireworks Bill 2021-22
Friday 28th January 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - British Sign Language Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Business of the House Commission Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Mobile Homes Act 1983 (Amendment) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Evictions (Universal Credit) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Miniature Mobile Phones (Prohibition of Sale) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Multi-Academy Trusts (Ofsted Inspection) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Abuse of Public-facing Workers (Offences) Bill 2021-22
Friday 4th February 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - Employment (Caring Leave) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Prime Minister (Accountability to House of Commons) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - National Health Service Co-Funding and Co-Payment Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - NHS (Prohibition of Data Transfer) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Plastic Pollution Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Unsolicited Explicit Images and Deepfake Pornography Bill 2021-22
Friday 25th February 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - City of Bradford (Referendum on Shipley and Keighley) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Human Trafficking (Sentencing) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Rule of Law (Enforcement by Public Authorities) Bill 2021-22
Friday 18th March 2022
2nd reading (Commons) - Goods Delivery Services Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Commercial Rent (Prohibition of Upward-Only Reviews) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Palestine Statehood (Recognition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Conversion Therapy (Prohibition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - North Northamptonshire (Urgent Care Facilities) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Employment Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Workers (Employment Security and Definition) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Mental Health Provision (Children and Young People) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Fire and Building Safety (Public Inquiry) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Dogs (DNA Databases) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Tibet and Xinjiang (Reciprocal Access) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Button Batteries (Safety) Bill 2021-22
2nd reading (Commons) - Non-Disclosure Agreements (No. 2) Bill 2021-22