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November 2018

Read all UK Parliament news for November 2018.

Total results 347 (page 8 of 24)
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BEIS Committee Chair comments on feed-in and export tariffs
Rachel Reeves MP says small-scale renewable electricity generators are set to lose support from the scrapping of feed-in tariff and export tariff
22 November 2018
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Committee seeks clarification on status of Asylum Accommodation properties
Committee follows up on asylum accommodation evidence session
22 November 2018
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Small businesses could pay a heavy price for Making Tax Digital for VAT
The Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee publishes a report on Making Tax Digital for VAT
22 November 2018
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Small businesses could pay a heavy price for Making Tax Digital for VAT
The Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee publishes a report on Making Tax Digital for VAT
22 November 2018
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Brexit presents challenges and opportunities to tackle nitrate pollution
Environmental Audit Committee report on UK progress on reducing nitrate pollution published
22 November 2018
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Government received too little in student loans sell-off, report finds
Public Accounts Committee report finds Government received too little for what it gave up
22 November 2018
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Government must set - and meet - next phase Universal Credit tests
Committee proposes changes to new UC rules set to go through Parliament
22 November 2018
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Government has "no role" after Bombardier's decision to cut jobs
Firm has announced 5000 worldwide job losses, despite rising profits
22 November 2018
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Have your say on the Fisheries Bill
Call for written evidence
22 November 2018
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Prime Minister: Brexit deal is "within our grasp"
Theresa May gave a statement to the House of Commons on the withdrawal agreement with the European Union
22 November 2018
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Instruments to be considered by the Committee on 27 November
European Statutory Instruments Committee considers proposed negative instruments
21 November 2018
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Committee writes to Health Secretary about no deal preparations
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committe writes to Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP about access to medicines in the event of no deal
21 November 2018
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November Artwork of the Month: The Peers' War Memorial
November's artwork of the month is the Peer's War Memorial by John Tweed.
21 November 2018
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209 Women Exhibition
The Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art hosts the 209 Women exhibition.
21 November 2018
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Drafting of Human Rights act 1998 (Remedial) Order 2018 should be reconsidered
Joint Committee on Human Rights publishes report on Human Rights act 1998 (Remedial) Order 2018
21 November 2018
Total results 347 (page 8 of 24)