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    A debate on a motion relating to cross-border cooperation to tackle serious and organised crime is to be held on Tuesday 8 December 2015 in the main chamber. The debate will ask MPs to vote on whether the UK should opt back into the European Council Decisions, known as the Prüm Decisions, which relate to the sharing of DNA, fingerprint and vehicle registration information between European police forces.

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    A debate on a motion relating to a new cancer strategy has been scheduled by the Backbench Business Committee following a bid from John Baron, Jo Churchill and David Tredinnick. John Baron, Conservative MP for Basildon and Billericay will open the debate.

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    A debate entitled Male Suicide and International Men’s Day will be held in Westminster Hall on Thursday 19 November, when International Men’s Day will be observed. This debate pack provides background information on male suicide and International Men’s Day, including statistics, recent policy and parliamentary and media coverage.

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    A Westminster Hall debate on shared services between police forces and fire services has been scheduled for Tuesday 3 November 2015 at 1430hrs. The member in charge of the debate is Amanda Milling.

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    An e-petition entitled, ‘Make an allowance for up to 2 weeks term time leave from school for holiday ’ attracted over 100,000 signatures. The Petitions Committee agreed to schedule a debate on the motion “That this House has considered an e-petition relating to term-time leave from school for holiday” in Westminster Hall on Monday 26 October 2015 at 4.30 pm. Steve Double MP will lead the debate.

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    A Westminster Hall debate on the motion ‘That this House has considered Black History month’ has been scheduled for Wednesday 21 October 2015 at 1430hrs. The member in charge of the debate is Angela Crawley, the SNP spokesperson for Equalities, Women and Children.

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    The e-petition, 'Stop allowing immigrants into the UK', uploaded to the Petitions website on 25 August 2015, has attracted over 100,000 signatures and as a result been selected for debate by the Petitions Committee. The debate will be held on 19 October 2015 at 1630hrs in Westminster Hall.

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