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The UK public elects 650 Members of Parliament (MPs) to represent their interests and concerns in the House of Commons. MPs consider and propose new laws, and can scrutinise government policies by asking ministers questions about current issues either in the Commons Chamber or in Committees.
Committee finds IPCC processes to be robust after scrutinising its latest report
Government should accept ban on pollinator-harming pesticides
Environmental Audit Committee publishes report on Defra's National Pollinator Strategy
Sham marriage ‘industry’ increasing at an alarming rate
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on sham marriages
Adapting sports to lifestyles of girls and women is key
Committee says low participation rates by women in sport are a cause of serious concern for the future health of the nation
No business announced for today
The enactment and operation of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013
Recommendations of the Confidential Inquiry into the premature deaths of people with learning disabilities
Increasing transparency and openness in the implementation of universal credit
Reducing levels of youth unemployment
Criminal Justice and Courts Bill - Committee of the whole House (Day 5) - Lord Faulks
Bilateral Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments between the United Kingdom and Colombia – Motion to take note
Establishing an independent review of the Channel Tunnel security regime
Encouraging music education for children with physical disabilities
The Office of Lord Chancellor - (at 10.30am) evidence will be heard from Lord Hope of Craighead, Second Senior Law Lord then Deputy President of the Supreme Court, 2009-13; Lord Judge, Lord Chief Justice, 2008-13; and Lord Woolf, Master of the Rolls, 1996-2000, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, 2000-05.
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