Business in the House of Commons will be dominated by the European Union (Amendment) Bill. A procedural motion will be debated on Monday - and the committee stage on Tuesday and Wednesday. The National Insurance Contributions Bill will have its remaining stages taken on Thursday.
In the House of Lords The Human Fertilisation & Embryology Bill continues its 3rd Reading on Monday. Tuesday will see the report stage of the Dormant Bank and Building Society Bill. On Wednesday the Local Transport Bill is due for its 3rd Reading and the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (Supplementary Provisions) Bill should get its 2nd Reading. In Grand Committee the Regulatory Enforcement & Sanctions Bill will be considered on Monday and Wednesday, and the Child Maintenance & Other Payments Bill on Tuesday. In the Chamber on Thursday there will be a debate on the consultation paper on War Powers; and another debate on the case for setting up a Woman's Justice Board.
Each week 'Commons Knowledge' is published which sets out details of all business in both Houses. It is available at http://www.parliament.uk/documents/upload/CommonsKnowledge.pdf
The Annual State of the Union Address will be delivered by the President on Monday evening. The Economic Stimilus Package will be the main business for the week, although there are 10 suspensions bills and the New England National Scenic Trail Designation Act (H.R. 1528) to be be considered too. The Senate resumes consideration of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Bill (S.2248) on Monday
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