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  1. Wednesday's proceedings began with questions to Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb and his team
  2. Prime Minister David Cameron took questions from opposition leader Ed Miliband and backbench MPs from noon
  3. Following PMQs, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper asked an urgent question on the removal of foreign national offenders
  4. MP Michael Fabricant then introduced a ten minute rule bill that proposes to overturn the law that bans the majority of homosexual men donating blood
  5. The main business of the day included opposition debates called by the Democratic Unionist Party on the National Crime Agency, and the Military Covenant
  6. Alliance Party MP for East Belfast Naomi Long led the day's adjournment debate, on the active inquiries investigating historic child abuse
  7. The House of Lords sat from 1500 BST. Following questions, the main business of the day was examination of the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill
  8. The government is defeated by one vote in the House of Lords over a Labour amendment limiting the scope of "secure colleges"
  9. Peers debated how the draft conclusions of the Haass talks could be built upon to find a consensus on dealing with the past in Northern Ireland