• Debate Pack

    North East Devolution Deal

    This is a debate pack produced by the House of Commons Library ahead of the debate on the North East Devolution Deal to be held on Thursday 26 November 2015 at 1.30pm in Westminster Hall. The Member in charge of the debate is Mr Nicholas Brown.

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    Future of clean energy investment

    This Debate Pack has been compiled ahead of the debate on the future of clean energy investment to be held in Westminster Hall on Wednesday 25 November 2015. The Member in charge is Caroline Flint.

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    World Prematurity Day

    MPs will debate World Prematurity Day in Westminster Hall on Tuesday 24 November at 9.30 am . The debate will be opened by Chris Heaton-Harris. This Library debate pack contains background to the debate, including statistics, press and parliamentary coverage.

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    Fuel Poverty

    This Debate pack has been complied ahead of the debate on Fuel Poverty to be held on Tuesday 24 November 2015 at 16:30 in Westminster Hall. The Member in charge of the debate is Drew Hendry MP. Debate packs are produced quickly after the announcement of parliamentary business. They are intended to provide a summary or overview of the issue being debated and identify relevant briefings and useful documents, including press and parliamentary material. More detailed briefing can be prepared for MPs on request to the Library.

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    Preparations for the Paris Climate Change Conference

    This Debate Pack has been complied ahead of the Backbench Business Debate on Preparations for the Paris Climate Change Conference to be held in the Commons Chamber on Thursday 19 November 2015. Debate packs are produced quickly after the announcement of parliamentary business. They are intended to provide a summary or overview of the issue being debated and identify relevant briefings and useful documents, including press and parliamentary material. More detailed briefing can be prepared for MPs on request to the Library.

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    A New Cancer Strategy

    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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    Male Suicide and International Men’s Day

    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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    Women on Low Pay

    Ruth Cadbury secured a Westminster Hall debate on Women on Low Pay, on 18 November 2015, at 9:30am. There will be a digital debate on Twitter, ahead of the Westminster Hall debate. The digital debate will take place on 17 November 2015, from 4-5pm, using #DoDemocracy

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    Future of the reserve forces

    This is a Debate Pack for the debate on the ‘Future of the reserve forces’, in Westminster Hall on Tuesday 17 November (9.30am). Debate Packs are collections of parliamentary and other relevant material produced for most non-legislative debates in the Chamber and Westminster Hall, other than half-hour adjournment debates.

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    Modern prefabricated housing

    This page provides background information for the Westminster Hall debate, Modern prefabricated housing, scheduled for Wednesday 4 November 2015. This debate was initiated by Damian Collins MP.

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    Debate Pack: Dog meat trade

    This debate pack has been compiled ahead of the debate on the dog meat trade to be held on Thursday 5 November 2015 in the Commons Chamber. This debate has arisen on a Backbench Business Committee motion. The Member in charge of the debate is Robert Flello. Debate packs are produced quickly after the announcement of parliamentary business. They are intended to provide a summary or overview of the issue being debated and identify relevant briefings and useful documents, including press and parliamentary material. More detailed briefing can be prepared for MPs on request to the Library.