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Proposals to improve public engagement with Parliament will be debated in the House of Lords on 10 March following an inquiry into People and Parliament by the Lords Information Committee.
The debate will focus on findings of the Committee’s report, 'Are the Lords listening? Creating connections between people and Parliament', which sets out recommendations for the House of Lords and the Government. These include:
The Government’s response is published in the Information Committee’s Annual Report which will also be under discussion during the debate.
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