Crime, civil law, justice and rights

Lawyers and academics discuss the human rights implications of Brexit

Joint Committee on Human Rights explores the human rights implications of Brexit

Lords debates social mobility

Government plans on agenda

Lords debates opportunities for global free trade

Peers discuss Brexit and domestic and international trade

Young adults in criminal justice system: change in policy needed

Justice Committee report finds dealing effectively with young adults while brain is still developing is crucial

Mobile and internet companies discuss online safety controls

Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 25 October at 4.15pm

More crime, civil law, justice and rights

Title Date
Lords examines Policing and Crime Bill 25.10.2016
Director of the Serious Fraud Office questioned by Committee 25.10.2016
French Ambassador and Lord Howard give evidence on acquired rights 25.10.2016
Criminal Finances Bill: Commons Second Reading 25.10.2016
Lords private members' bills 24.10.2016
Met Police Counter-Terrorism Lead discusses security co-operation after Brexit 21.10.2016