Week in Westminster, 6th-8th November 2017

Parliament sat for two days this week, before rising for the short November recess. In the House of Lords bishops spoke in a debate on children and the internet, and asked a question about technical education in the North East. In the House of Commons the Second Church Estates Commissioner answered a question about the anniversary of the Five Articles of Perth.

The Bishop of Gloucester was on duty in the Lords throughout the week, reading prayers at the start of each sitting day.

Monday 6th November

Dame Caroline Spelman answered a question from Mark Hendrick MP about the Five Articles of Perth.

 


Tuesday 7th November

The Bishop of Chelmsford and the Bishop of Gloucester both spoke in a debate about children and the internet.

 

 

 


Wednesday 8th November

The Bishop of Durham received an answer to a question on technical education in the North East.