Commons Returns

The House of Commons returns to business today and I am heading back to London. Although a Tuesday we are sitting for Monday hours with a 2.30pm start and I anticipate a late finish. Business starts with questions to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and I expect there will be at least a Statement from the Foreign Secretary to update the House on events in Syria and North Korea. I have a meeting of the Backbench Business Committee scheduled at 4pm so, depending on whether there is any other business such as Urgent Questions granted by the Speaker I will probably miss the Foreign Secretary’s statement. The main business will be the Second Reading of the Finance Bill arising from the Spring Budget.

Published by David Nuttall

Business and Political Consultant

2 thoughts on “Commons Returns

  1. Hmm life’s funny. I once commented too Mr Chaytor that I thought the Telegraph was doing a great job, he was arrested two weeks later. NOT that anything like this applies to Mr N. BUT I commented the other day that maybe (I don’t want it) Mr N you might feel the grief of job loss – aint life weird. Mind you the alternative is downright worse. Gone very quiet on the blog front – merry May day to all – how appropriate.

  2. Looks like you are going to have an even more interesting day! I enjoy your informative posts. Thank you.

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