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House of Lords Media Notices - December 2013



                  

                                    

Lords quiz anti-frackers, waste management experts and energy advisors on shale gas
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Lords Committee continues inquiry into possible economic impact of shale gas and oil on the UK

Lords debates patients' right to die
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Lords will debate the case for patient choice at the end of their life

Business Organisations tell Lords about members' tax issues
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Lords Committee to hear from specialised industry bodies

How to maximise value from our waste: use the carrot or the stick?
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Lords to quiz Government officials on the balance between UK incentives and regulations

Lords grill Nando's on food waste
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Lords Committee to question witnesses about the recent study by WRAP

Lords Privileges and Conduct Committee recommends suspension of two members for breaches of the Code of Conduct
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The reports follow investigations into allegations made in The Sunday Times and on BBC's Panorama

Sir John Major to give evidence on maintaining the UK's place in a changing world
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Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence Ministers Hugo Swire and Andrew Murrison will also give evidence next week

Lords Economic Affairs Committee to quiz Bank of England Governor Mark Carey
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Lords to ask if bankers should be subject to full professional standards, and more.

Lords to discuss future EU policing and security priorities with senior police figures
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Policing and security in the future EU Justice and Home Affairs programme

Lords House Committee recommend new sanctions for Peers who breach the Code of Conduct
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House Committee has recommended that two new sanctions be available when a Member is found to have breached the Code of Conduct

Lords to hear about coalition government from First Ministers of Scotland and Wales and former Cabinet Secretaries
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Lords committee continues ongoing inquiry into the constitutional implications of coalition government

Ministers' power to act alone to scrap legalisation should be removed from Deregulation Bill
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Law Commissions should be encouraged to bring forward an annual Statue Law (Repeals) Bill rather than giving Ministers the power to remove legislation

Lords to quiz Culture Secretary Maria Miller and BIS Minister Michael Fallon on trade and tourism
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Lords Committee to explore how UK government uses soft power to increase its influence overseas

Minister for Courts and Legal Aid to give evidence to Lords Committee examining public inquiries legislation
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Officials from Ministry of Justice to answer questions put by the Lords on the Inquiries Act 2005

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