House of Lords Media Notices - May 2014

Scottish MPs should not negotiate for UK if there is a 'yes' vote at independence referendum

16 May 2014
Lords Committee publishes report on the constitutional implications of the Scottish independence referendum

UK must act to save ‘biggest trade deal in history’

13 May 2014
Lords Committee report on EU - US trade deal (TTIP)

Public want - and expect - TV debates to be held in run-up to next year's general election, says Lords

13 May 2014
Lords Committee reports that public expect tv debates before 2015 general election

Lords Privileges and Conduct Committee recommends suspension of Lord Hanningfield

12 May 2014
Committee proposes tightening of the Code of Conduct in separate report

Can the Government help people lose weight?

9 May 2014
Lords Committee continues investigation into behaviour change

Safe harbour must be strengthened not suspended, says Lords

8 May 2014
Strengthening safe harbour data protection arrangements, data flows

The UK's shale gas is an economic opportunity we should seize: well - regulated development should be an 'urgent national priority'

8 May 2014
Lords Committee calls on the Government to ensure that the UK enjoys benefits of shale gas

Lords Committee to question Home Secretary on impact of European Public Prosecutor's Office on the UK

2 May 2014
Lords EU Committee questions Home Secretary Theresa May MP

Lords to ask if EU plans to reform the big banks are too little too late

1 May 2014
Former Lloyds Chair and Chief of the British Bankers Association to give evidence

Lords to hear from nudge unit as part of investigation into behaviour change

1 May 2014
Lords to revisit 2011 inquiry on behaviour change

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