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Home Affairs Committee inquiry into The work of the Immigration Directorates (Q2 2016)
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the work of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into hate crime and its violent consequences
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into policing for the future
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into developing a consensus on an effective immigration policy
Home Affairs Comnmittee inquiry into EU policing and security issues
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the implications of the UK's exit from the European Union
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into countering extremism
Home Affairs Committee holds regular oral evidence sessions with the Home Secretary
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into Europe's migration crisis
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into Sharia councils
Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the English-language testing
Home Affairs Committee topical evidence sessions on asylum accommodation
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