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Dominic Raab to give evidence to Lords Justice and Home Affairs Committee

Tuesday 14 March 2023

Tomorrow the House of Lords Justice and Home Affairs Committee will be questioning the Rt. Hon. Dominic Raab MP, Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor, and Secretary of State for Justice.

The Committee will cover a wide range of topics, including the Secretary of State’s priorities for his department on budget day and the implications of the Government’s policy on the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) for UK-EU security cooperation.

The session will take place on Wednesday 15 March at 10.00am and can be followed live on Parliament TV.

Possible areas of questioning include:

  • The Secretary of State’s priorities for his department on budget day
  • The implications of the Government’s policy on the ECHR for UK-EU security cooperation
  • Imprisonment for public protection (IPP)
  • Electronic tagging to tackle violence against women and girls
  • Reforms of the parole system
  • Prison overcrowding and conditions
  • The UK’s application to the Lugano Convention

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