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House of Lords Media Notices - May 2023

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Lords Committee urges Home Secretary to address a range of significant problems regarding the post-Brexit rights of UK and EU citizens
Member raise concerns in letter to Home Secretary
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Lords Committee to discuss meaningful human control of AI weapons
Lords Artificial Intelligence in Weapons Systems Committee holds its oral evidence session examining at what point humans should be involved in the process of using AI Weapons
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Does the Digital Markets Bill strike the right balance in regulating the digital economy? Lords Communications and Digital Committee seeks views
Committee launches new call for evidence to scrutinise the Bill
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Government children's care strategy unambitious and too slow to deliver reform for children and families – Lords Committee
Stable Homes, Built on Love "Falls short in delivering the radical reset that is needed", says Lords Public Services Committee
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Teaching unions give evidence to Lords inquiry into secondary education system
Challenges and opportunities faced by secondary education system in England under spotlight
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Bank of England operational independence: what are the risks associated with a central bank’s role as both a micro and macroprudential supervisory authority?
Lords Economic Affairs Committee takes evidence from the chairs of the NatWest Group and Capital Economics.
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Arctic experts from Norway and Iceland to give evidence to Lords Committee
International Relations and Defence Committee explores objectives of both countries regarding the region, its governance arrangements and UK involvement.
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Magistrates Association and Sentencing Council to give evidence on community sentences
Justice and Home Affairs Committee explores guidelines and attitudes of magistrates towards community sentences.
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Lords Environment and Climate Change Committee invites secondary schools and colleges to apply for youth engagement programme
Selected schools and college students aged 14-18 will work with committee members for one year.
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Lords Committee discusses social prescribing, mental health, and health inequality as inquiry continues
Members consider what benefits social prescribing could bring to health services

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