MPs have been given until the 31st October to raise any questions regarding the government's backing of Birmingham's 2022 Commonwealth Games bid.
On Friday, the Commonwealth Games Federation extended the deadline for submitted bids to host the games to November 30th after Birmingham emerged as the only city to bid.
The cost of holding the 2022 Commonwealth Games in the city is expected to be between £600 million and £750 million, although no official figure has been given.
The Government has agreed to fund 75% of the cost. That could mean at least £450 million.
But Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has now invited MPs and members of the House of Lords to tell her whether they object to spending the money.
In a written statement to the House of Commons, she says
Mrs Bradley has also reaffirmed the government's backing of Birmingham's bid.