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2020–21 Select Committee activity reviewed by Liaison Committee
Liaison Committee publishes report on Select Committee activity in 2020-21
14 June 2021
New committee launches new inquiries: COP15 and COP26
The new House of Lords Environment and Climate Change Committee launches its first inquiries on the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) and the UN Climate Change conference (COP26)
11 June 2021
What's on in the Lords: 14-17 June
A short guide to questions, debates and legislation this week
11 June 2021
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Report published on the use and scrutiny of emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Constitution Committee publishes its third and final report for its inquiry into the constitutional implications of COVID-19.
10 June 2021
Lords debates Environment Bill
Members debate stronger provisions and measures to ensure climate change targets are met. Catch up
08 June 2021
New powers for HMRC report debated in House of Lords
The House of Lords debates the Finance Bill Sub-Committee’s 2020 report, New powers for HMRC: fair and proportionate? on Tuesday 8 June 2021 from 2:30pm.
04 June 2021
What's on in the Lords: 7-10 June
A short guide to upcoming questions, debates and legislation
03 June 2021
House of Lords round-up
Catch up with Lords work in the 2021-22 session so far and what's coming from Monday 7 June
28 May 2021
Four short debates in the Lords
Climate change targets, ethnicity and child poverty, neurological services and perpetrators of genocide are in the Lords spotlight. Find out more about Thursday debates in May
28 May 2021
Lords debates Dormant Assets Bill
Members debate the distribution of financial assets to good causes. Catch up
27 May 2021
House of Lords appoints new Commissioners for Standards
Martin Jelley and Akbar Khan take over as Commissioners for Standards. Find out more
26 May 2021
Committee recommends further consideration of draft Online Safety Bill
The Communications and Digital Committee is concerned that pornography websites which do not allow users to share content are not covered by the government’s draft Online Safety Bill.
25 May 2021
What's on in the Lords: 24-27 May
A short guide to questions, debates and legislation this week
25 May 2021
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