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Summary

  1. MPs began the day with questions to the Transport Secretary and his ministerial team.
  2. Chris Grayling set out upcoming business in the House of Commons in the weekly Business Statement.
  3. There are be two Backbench Business Committee debates on: the proposed privatisation of the Land Registry, and second a debate on a motion on bank branch closures
  4. Peers started the day at 11am, then they conducted a debate on introducing statutory guidelines relating to the investigation of historical child sex abuse.
  5. There was then be a debate on openness and transparency in reinforcing confidence in public institutions.

Live Reporting

By Esther Webber and Sam Francis

All times stated are UK

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