Indicative Timings for Order of Business

These timings are PURELY INDICATIVE
If an item of business concludes early, the next may be taken immediately.

MONDAY 09 DECEMBER 2013

ITEM OF BUSINESS
(MONDAY)
MEMBER TIME ALLOCATED BY BUSINESS COMMITTEE ANTICIPATED TIME
Prayers The Speaker   12.00 - 12.02

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

Update on Paediatric Congenital Cardiac Services

Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety

 

 

12.02 – 12.45

MATTERS OF THE DAY

Death of Mr Nelson Mandela

 

Mr M McGuinness

 

 

12.45 - 1.05 

Findings of the Smithwick Report Mr P Givan   1.05 - 1.24 
Gun attacks on PSNI Mr N McCausland   1.25 - 1.45 

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

Inter-Governmental Agreement on Cooperation on Criminal Justice Matters

 

Minister of Justice

 

 

1.45 - 2.00

QUESTION TIME

1. Environment 
2. Justice

   

 

2.00 - 3.30

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT (cont'd)

Inter-Governmental Agreement on Cooperation on Criminal Justice Matters

 

Minister of Justice


 

3.30 - 4.00

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS

Further Consideration Stage: Road Races (Amendment) Bill (NIA 29/11-15) (cont’d)

 

Minister for Regional Development

 

*

 

4.00 - 5.30

COMMITTEE BUSINESS

Motion: Report on the Review into Electricity Policy: Part 1 – Security of Electricity (NIA 145/11-15)

 

Chairperson, Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment

 

Up to 1 hour 30 minutes

 

5.30 - 7.00

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS

First Stage: Road Traffic (Speed Limits) Bill

 

Mr P Ramsey

 

* 

 

7.00 - 7.01

Motion: Job Losses at HM Revenue and Customs Mr D Bradley
Mrs K McKevitt
Mr C Eastwood
Mr J Byrne
Up to 1 hour 30 minutes 7.01 - 8.30
ADJOURNMENT The Speaker   8.30

 

^ Intended – formal notification not yet received by Speaker 
* These items should have NO time limits applied
** Subject to necessary consents

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