After being scrapped to provide maximum time for the debate on taking action against ISIL in Syria Prime Minister Questions returns to centre stage today although with the Prime Minister in Europe I understand the Questions will be answered by the Chancellor. The rest of the main business is taken up with debates on mental health and the economy chosen by the opposition.
I am attending a meeting of the Procedure Committee where we are starting an investigation into the way the House of Commons approves and scrutinises public spending. It seems to me the present system is overly complex and almost designed to prevent any real understanding of what is going on. Hopefully once the Committee have investigated the procedures involved we will be able to come up with some ways to improve matters.