This House of Commons Library briefing paper discusses the procedure for recalling Parliament, as well as providing details of recent occasions when Parliament has been recalled.
Jo Stevens has secured a debate on Wales and the Queen’s Speech. The debate will take place in Westminster Hall on Wednesday 19 July 2017, 9.30am – 11am.
Following the Queens Speech on 21 June 2017, Alun Cairns (Secretary of State for Wales) detailed the measures that will apply to Wales either in full or part in a written statement on 22 June 2017:Government’s Legislative Programme (Wales) 2017-19: Written statement – HCWS3.
A record of Brexit-related business in the devolved legislatures, updated every Monday. It includes statements, debates and committee reports from the National Assembly for Wales.
13 July 2017 – Written Statement by Carwyn Jones, First Minister, on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill – Written Statement.
Parliament’s analysis of how leaving the EU will affect different policy areas in the UK.
Brexit and replacement for EU funding, 12 July 2017
Debate on Welsh Affairs
A general debate on Welsh Affairs was held in the Commons Chamber earlier this year: Welsh Affairs: HC Deb 2 Mar 2017 c503-36.
The government is likely to spend over £1,000 billion in 2020-21, the most it has ever spent either in cash terms or real terms. This briefing describes the different ways in which public spending is categorised, and presents statistics and commentary on recent spending in each category.
What support is available following new business restrictions and what's Parliament's role?