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House of Lords Media Notices - March 2015

   

 

 

 

Devolution proposals process risks continued Constitutional instability say Lords Committee
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House of Lords Constitution Committee expresses deep concern over the lack of a UK-wide perspective in the Government's proposals for further devolution to Scotland

Lords to question Government Minister on Science budget and strategy
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Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities, Science & Cities, to appear before Lords Science and Technology Committee

Lords approve four new committees for the next Parliament
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The House of Lords has today approved the Liaison Committee's report recommending the ad-hoc and post-legislative scrutiny committees for the 2015/16 session of Parliament.

Mark Carney set to be questioned by the Economic Affairs Committee
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Dr Mark Carney will give evidence to the Committee on Tuesday 10 March 2015

Will the Government allow the press to reject the Royal Charter indefinately? Ask Lords
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This is the question posed by the House of Lords Communications Committee in its report published today

UK should spearhead an EU Capital Markets Union, says Lords report
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Lords EU Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs Committee report out today

Lords EU Committee to question groceries code adjudicator on new powers and preventing food waste
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House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries, Environment and Energy will this week take evidence from Christine Tacon CBE

UK cannot be confident its extradition regime is protecting human rights, says Lords
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House of Lords Extradition Committee publishes report on Tuesday 10 March

Lords to debate report on Inquiries Act 2005
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Peers to question the value of the ‘Maxwellisation' process

The Mental Capacity Act: Still failing?
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Lords report by the Committee on the Mental Capacity Act 2005 to be debated in the House on Tuesday 10 March

The lights will stay on but at a cost, say Lords
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Cyber-attack a real and evolving threat, declares Lords Science and Technology Committee

The Government has yet to make a convincing case for a £50 billion investment in HS2
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This is the conclusion of the House of Lords Economic Affairs Select Committee, in a report published today

Lords to debate Soft Power report
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The House of Lords will next week debate the report of the ad hoc Committee on Soft Power and the UK's Influence, published in March 2014

Lords to debate report on EU Russia
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On Tuesday 24 March the House of Lords will debate the EU Committee report on the relationship between the EU and Russia

Next Government must prioritise disadvantaged children when allocating £6.4bn childcare budget - Debate
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In a debate on Wednesday 18 March the House of Lords Committee on Affordable Childcare will make the case that the budget should be re-prioritised to help disadvantaged children.

Lords Committee calls for greater transparency around inter-governmental relations
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Lords Constitution Committee has today argued that transparency around inter-governmental relations is vital and should be substantially improved

The North Sea is under pressure - political leadership urgently required
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House of Lords EU Committee has today called for a Ministerial Conference of North Sea countries to ensure a holistic approach is developed to managing the environmental challenges and economic opportunities in the North Sea

Review of EU/UK powers probably cost £5 million not £1.8 million claimed by the Government - All the more reason to ensure its impact is maximised
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Lords EU Committee has today published its report on the Government's Review of the Balance of Competences between the UK and the EU

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