Today the main debates have been determined by the backbench Business Committee following applications from groups of MP’s. The first is a debate on a motion about the sovereignty of the UK Parliament and the importance of this in the EU renegotiation. The second is a general debate about the situation in Yemen.
Sovereignty is the fundamental thing that the UK has lost has a result of its membership of the European Union. It has not happened overnight but gradually over a period of 40 years. Starting when we joined, although I doubt it was ever spelled out what joining the Common market meant for UK sovereignty , bit by bit more powers have gone from the UK to the EU. It should be an interesting debate.