Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill

Business starts today with questions to the Home Office and I was lucky in the ballot coming out at Number 8 so a guaranteed slot and an opportunity for me to ask about the progress being made on immigration. The main business is the Second Reading of the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill which introduces the necessary domestic legislation required to enable the U.K. to ratify the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.
I am scheduled to chair a debate in Westminster Hall on the issue of grouse shooting which is being held following the receipt of petition signed by over 100,000 people.