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House of Lords Business: Thursday 13 June 2019

Lords Chamber

11:00am: Oral Question

- Lord Empey (UUP) to ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the request from the head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service to introduce measures to compensate the victims of Historical Institutional Abuse, as recommended by the Report of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry in January 2017

- Lord Lilley (Con) to ask Her Majesty's Government what announcements the European Union has made regarding continuity arrangements for (1) air travel, (2) haulage, (3) visas, and (4) safety certificates, should the United Kingdom leave the European Union without a deal; and what steps they have taken to give reciprocal assurances

- Lord Smith of Hindhead (Con) to ask Her Majesty's Government what recent discussions they have had with Phonographic Performance Limited regarding that body’s increasing of the tariff for their Specially Featured Entertainment licence from July 2019.

- Baroness Brinton (Lib Dem) to ask Her Majesty's Government on ensuring unpaid carers receive the support to which they are entitled

Main Business

Debate: Inequalities in income, wealth and living standards in the United Kingdom since the 2008 financial crisis; the Institute for Fiscal Studies Deaton Review; and the report of the United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights

Short Debate: Impact of the increased use of referenda on the functioning of representative democracy in the UK

Debate: Provision of free public transport and television licences for older persons as a means to alleviate loneliness and isolation and of the case for maintaining well-funded public services to support care for the elderly

Lords Committees 

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