The Bishop of Newcastle was on duty throughout the week and read prayers at the start of each sitting day.
Monday 25th March
The Bishop of Newcastle spoke in a debate on Brexit, and highlighted the unacceptable abuse and intimidation of MPs. She also asked a question she had tabled in the Lords, on child and adolescent mental health services.
The Bishop of St Albans received a written answer to a question on problem gambling related suicides.
Tuesday 26th March
The Bishop of Ely asked a question about special educational needs provision.
The Bishop of Salisbury asked a question about the Honours system.
The Bishop of St Albans received written answers to questions on protecting children from air pollution.
The Bishop of Chester voted on a Motion relating to the REACH etc. (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
Wednesday 27th March
The Bishop of Newcastle asked about mental health support for children in alternative education provision.
Thursday 28th March
The Bishop of Worcester asked a question about religious freedom.
The Second Church Estates Commissioner, Rt Hon Dame Caroline Spelman MP, answered questions from MPs on digital connectivity, the 25th anniversary of the ordination of women, and Easter church attendance.
The Bishop of St Albans received answers to four written questions on Yemen: humanitarian aid, weapons, and peace.
Friday 29th March
The Bishop of St Albans received a written answer to a question on regulating loot boxes in online games, and to a further question on youth services in rural areas.
The Second Church Estates Commissioner answered a written question on land in the Southwark diocese.
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