Good evening all,
Here are all the things I am able to print in advance.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox and pals are up in the Commons for Defence Questions. Later, the house moves on to day two of the remaining stages of the Finance Bill - so expect a late one. Meanwhile, in the Lords, it's the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill - Day 2 of the Report Stage.
Ronald Reagan's statue is unveiled in Central London. Former PM Maggie Thatcher is unable to attend for health reasons, but Foreign Secretary William Hague will attend for the Government (9:30am). Later, in the evening, there will be a banquet at the Guildhall at 7:30.
*** Health Secretary Andrew Lansley speaks at the Faculty of Public Health Conference in Birmingham.
The Centre for Policy Studies reveals that household income stagnated between 2004/5 - the report, out at 12:01 looks at household finances under New Labour.
The Commission on funding of care and support report is out at 12:30 (The Dilnot Enquiry) on social care. We expect there to a maximum cap on the amount any older person will have to contribute to their own care - and a more generous lower threshold (currently around 23k) before individual contributions are expected. If we are right in our thinking - there will need to be a £2Bn injection from the treasury each year... and Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has promised that the report's suggestions will not be swept under the carpet.
The Mayor of London ,Boris Johnson, attends an event in Westfield, Stratford on the funding of the 2012 games, and the effects on delivery.
The Public Accounts Committee hears evidence from the Permanent Secretary to the Department for International Development on savings in the department.
Housing Minister Grant Shapps is at the Communities and Local Government Committee, discussing regeneration from a housing perspective.
At 4:30pm, former Security Minister Baroness Neville Jones is up before the Joint Committee on national security strategy in the Lords.
There's an interesting "Unions 21 Event" at 6:15pm organised by Prospect on the image of Unions and how they can help keep their image up to date.
Nick Clegg is at the Despatch Box for DPMQ's at 2:30pm, then Dom Grieve takes Questions to the Attorney General - then it's Day 3 of the remaining stage of the Finance Bill. The Localism Bill takes the floor in the Lords - it's Day 5 of the Committee stage - then accountability with respect to social and environmental issues.
*** The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee reports on the 2018 world cup bid. The report is out at midday, and embargoed copies are available from 11am.
*** Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is giving Evidence to the Health Select Committee at 10:30 on the NHS Future Forum.
Home Secretary Theresa May is up before the Home Affairs Select Committee discussing her role and responsibility.
*** Chancellor George Osborne is giving evidence to the Treasury Select Committee on the accountability of the Bank of England.
*** Eric Pickles speaks at the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountability at the ICC in Birmingham at their annual conference. Margaret Hodge, Chair of the influential Public Accounts Committee also speaks.
Cabinet Office Minister Frances Maude is at a Civil Service Live event.Decentralisation Minister Greg Clarke, Cabinet Secretary Gus O'Donnel and Cabinet Office CEO Ian Watmore also speak.
At midday, the Public Accounts Committee has a report out on IT and Communications in Government.
Home Office Minister James Brokenshire speaks at the International Cybre Security Protection Alliance - a cross-agency scheme bringing government and law enforcement on an international scale. The Chair of this organisation is former Home Secretary David Blunkett - and he'll be speaking too.
Backbenchers will have the chance to put their backbench debate proposals to the usual Committee.
Mike Bracken takes up his role as Government's Director of Digital - i.e. interacting online.
Northern Ireland Questions quicks off the agenda in the Commons today followed by (we hope) a lively exchange between Ed Miliband and David Cameron - then there's a Ten Minute Rule Bill Amendment to Sunday Trading by Conservative MP Mark Menzies. In the Lords, Questions include the maintaining of inflation targets as primary criterion of monetary policy - then a motion on Lords membership on the Committee for the Draft House of Lords Reform Bill for approval. Then the Armed Forces Bill gets it's Second Reading.
Lord Neuberger the MoR is at the Draft defamation Bill.
Housing Minister Grant Shapps is before the Communities and Local GovernmentSelect Committee speaking about Localism issues in Welfare Reforms.
*** Vince Cable the Business Secretary is at the Energy Trade Association Summer Event.
The Centre for Social Justice Awards takes place celebrating the work of charities tackling poverty in the UK. Bob Geldof and Jemima Khan attend.
Business Secretary is at a "Made by Britain" event, that promotes British Trade in the House of Commons.
The Military Covenant in Action - a Defence Committee Inquiry takes place.
Theresa May is at the European Scrutiny Committee at 4pm on Parliamentary Security Opt-In rules.
NHS Confederation and Exhibition takes place at the eGMEX Centre in Manchester today.
The profitability for UK Companies Q1 2011 is out today.
It's six years ago today that the 7/7 attacks took place in London.
Chris Huhne is up at the Despatch Box for Energy and Climate Change Questions. Sir George Young, Leader of the House makes his weekly Business Statement - then it's the Fixed Term Parliament Bill (consideration of Lords Amendments) before moving on to backbench debates. Greg Knight has a debate on the use of handheld devices (Blackberry's ipads etc) in the Chamber. It's the Localism Bill is up in the Lords - which sits as a Committee of the entire House - then there's a motion of regret - UK Boarders Act 2007.
The Index of Production figures are out today at 9:30 and the bank of England Interest Rate Decision is at midday.
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne, Green Party Leader Caroline Lucas, and Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary Meg Hillier are all speaking at the Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group at 5pm.
The Communities and Local Government Committee has a report out today at midday on the audit and inspection of local authorities
The Public Accounts Committee Reports at 12:01 on the Eastcoast Mainline..
The Third Volume of Alistair Campbell's diaries are out entitled "Power and responsibility".
IPSA publishes MP Expense Date for 2010/11 financial year.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research publishes economic data - GDP estimates.
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee hears evidence from University lecturers on codifying or not of the UK Constitution.
It's a non-sitting Friday today.
The Consultation closes for submissions on the proposed NewsCorp takeover of BskyB today.
*** Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is at his friend Stephen Twigg's "Progress at 15' event - the 15th anniversary of the organisation's founding. This is open to Progress and Labour Party Members only.
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