The Parental Bereavement Bill is given its second reading - MPs do not divide but show their approval by voicing "aye". The House moves onto the Health and Social Care (National Data Guardian) Bill which is proposed by Conservative MP Peter Bone. There is little time to discuss the bill, however, and at 2.30pm, MPs move on to the adjournment debate, which is on memorial plaques to World War I servicemen, from Conservative MP David Morris . That's where we'll leave our coverage of the week's business in Parliament. We'll be back on Monday afternoon, when the Commons and Lords meet at 2.30pm.