Political News: W/C 14th December

Provisional parliamentary business has now been announced for this period, including the following that may be of relevance to you. Please note, the following may change at short notice. It is not yet known when Parliament will rise for Christmas Recess or whether it will be sitting between Christmas and the new year. 
 

House of Commons 
 

Monday 14 December 
 
Home Office Questions (2.30pm) 
 
General debate: Covid-19 (from 3.30pm) 
 
Westminster Hall debate: e-petitions 306845 and 328754, relating to financial rewards for government workers and keyworkers - Tonia Antoniazzi (4.30pm) 
 
Public Accounts Committee - Oral evidence: COVID-19: Government procurement and supply of personal protective equipment. Witnesses: David Williams, Second Permanent Secretary, Department of Health and Social Care; Jonathan Marron, Director General, PPE, Department of Health and Social Care; Michael Brodie, Interim Chief Executive, Public Health England; Alex Chisholm, Permanent Secretary, Cabinet Office; Gareth Rhys Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer, Cabinet Office. Location: The Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House (2.30pm) 
 
Tuesday 15 December 
 
No relevant business currently scheduled 
 
Wednesday 16 December 
 
Prime Minister’s Questions (12pm) 
 
Thursday 17 December 
  
Cabinet Office Questions (9.30am)  
 
Business Questions (from 10.30am) 
 

House of Lords 
 

Monday 14 December 
 
No relevant business currently scheduled 
 
Tuesday 15 December 
 
No relevant business currently scheduled 
 
Wednesday 16 December 
 
Oral questions: Number of prisoners and children in custody, who have tested positive for COVID-19 - Lord German (from 12.10pm) 
 
Thursday 17 December 
 
No relevant business currently scheduled 

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