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June 2020

Read all UK Parliament news for June 2020.

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Speaker statement to media on voting arrangements
The Speaker remains hopeful that those who are shielding, vulnerable or have caring responsibilities can take part in proceedings.
01 June 2020
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Speaker outlines new voting measures
There will still be a need for call lists for MPs takng part in urgent questions, statements and questions to Ministers.
01 June 2020
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Experts discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the courts
The Constitution Committee takes expert evidence in its Covid-19 inquiry
01 June 2020
Defence Committee to take evidence from US experts on the geopolitics of 5G
Questions will focus on the international response to Huawei's involvement in 5G setup, and the role of 5G in China's global ambitions
01 June 2020
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First meeting of the new Parliament - 13 January 2020
Sir Lindsay Hoyle will chair the Commission for the first time
01 June 2020
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Welcome from Mr Speaker
Speaker of the House of Commons, and Chairman of the House of Commons Commission
01 June 2020
New chair appointed and inquiry into select committees and contempts resumed
Chris Bryant MP is new Chair of the Committee and resumes inquiry on select committees and contempts
01 June 2020
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Lords Oral Questions to government on 2 June
Universal Credit and TV Licence on the agenda
01 June 2020
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Social media companies questioned on tackling misinformation
Sub-committee on Online Harms and Disinformation questions executives from Facebook, Google and Twitter
01 June 2020
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COVID-19 and food supply examined
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee explores panic buying in supermarkets and the rise in food prices
01 June 2020
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The rise of private petitioning in the House of Commons, 1604-1629
This month, Dr Andrew Thrush looks at the rise of private petitioning in the House of Commons, 1604-1629
01 June 2020
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Short inquiry launch: Agrifood and the Northern Ireland Protocol
The EU Environment Sub-Committee launches a new short inquiry
01 June 2020
Pre-appointment hearing of Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority
Transport Committee hears from the Secretary of State's preferred candidate
01 June 2020
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Time running out to provide certainty for Northern Ireland, Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol report finds
EU Committee published report on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
01 June 2020
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