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House of Lords Business: 14 September 2017

Lords Chamber

11:00am: Oral questions to ask the Government:

- Lord Balfe (Con) to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether, in the context of revising the United Kingdom’s trading arrangements when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, they will consider the promotion of further and simpler trade relations with Northern Cyprus

- The Lord Bishop of St Albans (Bishops) to ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to implement the recommendations contained in the Housing White Paper, Fixing our broken housing market

- Lord Grade of Yarmouth (Con) to ask Her Majesty’s Government what new efforts they will be making in the coming year to improve public awareness, and clinical management, of sepsis

- Lord West of Spithead (Lab) to ask Her Majesty’s Government when HMS Ocean will commence hurricane relief operations; and at which islands

Main business

Balloted debate on the effect of gambling advertisements on children (2.5 hours) (Lord Chadlington, Con)

Balloted debate on the impact of the English Baccalaureate on the take-up of creative and technical subjects, and the case for broadening the curriculum (2.5 hours) (Baroness Stedman-Scott, Con)

Lords Committees

EU Internal Marker Sub-Committee (10:00am, room 3)
Brexit: competition
Witnesses: Lord David Currie, Chairman, Dr Andrea Coscelli, Chief Executive, Sarah Cardell, General Counsel, Competition and Markets Authority; Dr Stephen Unger, Group Director , Ofcom; Jonathan Spence, Partner, Legal, Ofgem; Richard Moriarty, Group Director of Consumers and Markets and Deputy Chief Executive, Civil Aviation Authority

EU External Affairs Sub-Committee (10:00am, room 1)
Brexit: sanctions policy
Witnesses: Paul Williams, Multilateral Policy Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Matthew Findlay, Deputy Head of International Organisations Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Andrew Murdoch, Legal Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Giles Thomson, Deputy Director, Sanctions and Illicit Finance, HM Treasury, Rena Lalgie, Head of Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation, HM Treasury


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