Week in Westminster, 5th-9th November 2018

This week in Parliament the Bishop of St Albans asked questions of the Government about knife crime and British arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and the Second Church Estates Commissioner answered questions on clergy carers. Parliament rose on Tuesday evening for the short November recess.

The Bishops of Coventry and St Albans were on duty in the Lords, reading prayers at the start of each sitting day.


Monday 5th November

The Bishop of St Albans asked Government about tackling the rise in knife crime.

Dame Caroline Spelman MP answered two written questions from Rachael Maskell MP on clergy carers.


 

Tuesday 6th November

The Bishop of St Albans asked Government about the use of British-built military hardware by Saudia Arabia and UAE


Wednesday 7th – Friday 9th November

The House was in recess.