Note - This is an alert for upcoming business inside the Chamber of the House of Commons. We encourage discussion and comments concerning the topic or content of the debate. The debate will be streamed live on Parliament.tv Player Adjournment Debate - Terms of employment for reserve service personnel Thursday 27th June, scheduled to start at 6pm. The debate is expected to focus on the topic of securing guaranteed employment rights for Armed Forces Reserves. Transcripts of proceedings in the House of Commons Chamber are available three hours after they happen in Today's Commons debates - UK Parliament About Adjournment Debates inside the Chamber of the House of Commons: There is a half-hour adjournment debate at the end of each days sitting. Members apply for an adjournment debate to the Speakers Office. Subject matters of adjournment debates are varied; examples include debates on defence issues, pensions and combating benefit fraud. The Speaker chooses Thursdays subject; for other days, MPs are selected by ballot. The MP who tabled the relevant adjournment debate is called to speak and a Minister will reply. The MP has no right of response, but can intervene in the Ministers speech if he or she is willing to allow it (called giving way).