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House of Lords Media Notices - March 2023

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Commission chair discusses plan for Covid-19 memorials as recommendations go to Prime Minister
Prime Minister asked to supports recommendations from UK Commission on Covid Commemoration.
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Lords committee launches new inquiry into the UK’s security, diplomatic and economic interests in the Arctic
Committee's inquiry will investigate the implications of improved access to the region, and rising geopolitical tensions.
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Horticultural Sector Committee: what challenges does climate change pose to the horticultural sector?
Committee taking evidence on climate change and net zero.
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Draft Media Bill welcome and final Bill should be brought forward as soon as possible – Baroness Stowell
Chair of the House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee comments on publication.
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How does the development of autonomous weapon systems impact the UK’s position on the global stage? Lords Committee takes evidence
Lords Artificial Intelligence in Weapons Systems Committee continue inquiry into AI in weapon systems.
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Assessment experts give evidence to Lords inquiry into secondary education system
Lords Education for 11 - 16 Year Olds Committee questions witnesses from education assessment sector.
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Children’s Commissioner gives evidence to Lords on the Children’s Social Care Strategy
Ensuring the voices of young people and families are listened to.
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Academic to give evidence on appointment and dismissal of permanent secretaries and other senior civil servants
Professor Dennis Grube appears before Lords Constitution Committee.
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Bank of England operational independence: former Chief Economist at the Bank to give evidence
Sir John Vickers appears before Lords Economic Affairs Committee.
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Environmental regulations inquiry: commercial development sector to give evidence
Lords Built Environment Committee questions witnesses from commercial development and property sector.

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