Crime, civil law, justice and rights

Misogyny and hate crime police leads examined

Home Affairs Committee questions women's organisations and police representatives on misogyny and hate crime

Prison reform: Education and healthcare commissioning

Justice Committee examines proposals to give prison governors more power over education and healthcare

Criminal Finances Bill: Commons remaining stages

MPs to debate Report stage and Third Reading on Tuesday 21 February

Government fails to act on gender pay gap recommendations

Women and Equalities Committee says Government will fail to achieve goal of eliminating gender pay gap

Look carefully at future EU digital laws post-Brexit

European Scrutiny Committee report higlights complications of future data protection laws post-Brexit

More crime, civil law, justice and rights

Title Date
Close IHAT this year and immediately dismiss remaining weak cases 10.02.2017
MPs debate publicly accessible amenities for people with disabilities 10.02.2017
MPs debate unaccompanied children in Greece and Italy 10.02.2017
Reforming the claims process for soft tissue injuries (whiplash) 07.02.2017
Lords debate Committee's report on security and police cooperation after Brexit 03.02.2017
Commons Private Members' Bill: 3 February 2017 03.02.2017