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Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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House of Lords Media Notices - February 2024

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Elections potentially undermined by poor process, says Lords Committee
Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee highlights concerns. Find out more
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Lords Food, Diet and Obesity Committee hears from senior experts on healthy diets and health outcomes and the microbiome
Committee members continue inquiry into role of ultra-processed food and government initiatives in tackling obesity and improving health.
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Effective implementation of CPTPP required says Lords Committee
New report by International Agreements Committee claims trans-pacific partnership could be of 'strategic importance' to UK.
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Lords committee launches inquiry into regulation of property agents
Industry and Regulators Committee begins short inquiry by hearing from representatives of tenants and leaseholders.
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Lords Committee examines support available outside England for young disabled people transitioning from education to employment
Lords Public Services Committee continues its inquiry on the transition from education to employment for young disabled people. Find out more
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Lords committee launches inquiry to examine implications of the war in Ukraine on UK Defence
Lords International Relations and Defence Committee holds first evidence session. Find out more
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Henry Dimbleby and Dr Chris van Tulleken to give evidence to Lords Food, Diet and Obesity Committee
Lords committee continues its inquiry into food, diet and obesity. Find out more
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Does debt matter?
Lords Economic Affairs Committee looks into the sustainability of UK's debt
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Lords Committee has further questions on Government’s response to its homecare medicines services report
Social Care Committee raises concerns to the Health Secretary
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Governor of the Bank of England among witnesses to face questions from the Economic Affairs Committee this week
Lords committee hears evidence on UK national debt and hosts its annual scrutiny session with the Governor of the BoE. Find out more