Current business

Government Bills in or due in the Lords or which have now moved or returned to the Commons*: 

Title 

Bill Stage

Shadow Ministers

Lead Adviser

Agriculture Bill

Report

Maggie Jones, John Grantchester

Dan Stevens

Air Traffic Management Bill

Report

Richard Rosser, Denis Tunnicliffe

Ben Wood

Counter Terrorism & Sentencing Bill

Second Reading

Charlie Falconer, Fred Ponsonby

Ben Wood

Domestic Abuse Bill

Second Reading

Richard Rosser, Roy Kennedy

Grace Wright

Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill

Commons (Lords Starter)

Roy Kennedy, Richard Rosser

Ben Wood

Fire Safety Bill

Second Reading

Roy Kennedy

TBC

Fisheries Bill

Commons (Lords Starter)

Maggie Jones, John Grantchester

Dan Stevens

Immigration & Social Security Co-ordination Bill

Report

Richard Rosser, Roy Kennedy

Grace Wright

Medicines & Medical Devices Bill

Committee

Glenys Thornton, Margaret Wheeler

Rhian Copple

Non-Domestic Ratings (Public Lavatories) Bill

Second Reading

Roy Kennedy

TBC

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill

Report

Dianne Hayter, Chris Lennie

Dan Stevens

Pension Schemes Bill

Commons (Lords Starter)

Maeve Sherlock, Jeannie Drake

Dan Harris

Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Bill

Commons (COLA)

Charlie Falconer, Fred Ponsonby

Catherine Johnson

Private International Law Bill

Commons (Lords Starter)

Charlie Falconer, Fred Ponsonby

Catherine Johnson

Sentencing Bill

Commons (Lords Starter)

Charlie Falconer, Fred Ponsonby

Catherine Johnson

Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill

Third Reading

Wilf Stevenson

Dan Stevens

Trade Bill

Committee

Wilf Stevenson, John Grantchester

Dan Harris

*Not including Bills from the current parliamentary session that have since received Royal Assent

Details of forthcoming business in both the House of Lords Chamber and Grand Committee can be found HERE  

Details of Brexit-related statutory instruments can be found HERE

 

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