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Committee urges post-legislative scrutiny of EU future relationship bill
The Constitution Committee publishes its report on the European Union (Future Relationship) Bill
29 December 2020
House of Commons recalled on 30 December
The House of Commons is now in recess until 11 January 2021. Throughout 2020 the House Service worked hard to ensure that Parliamentary scrutiny could continue, despite the challenges of the pandemic.
24 December 2020
European Statutory Instruments Committee publishes sixteenth report
European Statutory Instruments Committee publishes sixteenth report
24 December 2020
How do we ensure the UK is resilient to extreme risks and emergencies?
Call for evidence published for risk assessment and risk planning inquiry
23 December 2020
Treasury Committee seeks answers from NS&I following string of complaints
Chair writes to NS&I Chief Executive Ian Ackerley
22 December 2020
House of Commons: Looking back on 2020
The House of Commons has collected data to show how MPs and the House Service worked to ensure parliamentary scrutiny continued, despite the challenges of a global pandemic. 
22 December 2020
Impact of border delays on UK businesses - Business Committee hears from hauliers and retailers
Committee to hold a session on the impact of border delays on UK businesses and security of supply
22 December 2020
Committee to hold an emergency evidence session to explore scientific evidence regarding the new variant of covid-19
Science and Technology Committee to hold an emergency evidence session to explore scientific evidence regarding the new variant of covid-19.
22 December 2020
Coronavirus: pandemic has had “profoundly adverse effects” on disabled people’s access to services
Disabled people have suffered a range of profoundly adverse effects from the pandemic, including starkly disproportionate deaths, says a report published today by the Women and Equalities Committee.
22 December 2020
Government risks failing to meet latest, less ambitious 2025 gigabit-capable broadband target, warn MPs
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes report on Broadband and the Road to 5G
22 December 2020
Report warns food prices may rise as a result of curbs on workers in the food supply chain
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee publishes the conclusion to its Labour in the Food Supply Chain inquiry
22 December 2020
MPs turn up the heat on Government’s ambitions to install 600,000 heat pumps every year
Environmental Audit Committee Chair writes to energy minister Kwasi Kwarteng MP about heat pumps
21 December 2020
Lords pauses for recess following a packed 2020
This year the House has adapted to ensure its crucial work checking and challenging government action continues
21 December 2020
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