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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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May 2020

Read all UK Parliament news for May 2020.

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MPs to take evidence on Covid-19 ‘test and trace' strategy
MPs to take evidence on Covid-19 ‘test and trace' strategy
29 May 2020
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MPs to hold evidence session to explore potential of offshore wind
MPs to hold evidence session to explore potential of offshore wind
29 May 2020
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What lessons for UK public services from the coronavirus pandemic?
Peers launch first probe into lessons for public services from COVID-19.
29 May 2020
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Will Universal Credit change in light of Covid-19?
Economic Affairs Committee takes evidence on Universal Credit on Tuesday 2 June at 3.00pm
29 May 2020
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Parliamentary Relationship Agreement published
Document setting out the working relationship between the Houses of Parliament the Restoration and Renewal Sponsor Body published
29 May 2020
Impact of Covid-19 on the youth justice system examined
Justice Committee explores effect of Covid-19 on youth justice system
28 May 2020
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Education Committee holds roundtable on learning catch up and the impact of school closures
Education Committee holds 'round-table' session to consider ideas and proposals
28 May 2020
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Constitutional implications of replacing Fixed-term Parliaments explored
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee hears from constitutional experts on the legal and political aspects of the Act
28 May 2020
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COVID-19: the role of modelling in UK response
Lords Science and Technology Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 2 June at 10.00am
28 May 2020
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Government requests recall of Parliament
The Speaker writes to MPs to explain why he has accepted the recall request.
28 May 2020
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Chair writes to Prime Minister following Liaison Committee session
Support for people with no recourse to public funds: Chair writes to Prime Minister
28 May 2020
Peers voice fears for COVID-19's “acute impact” on performing arts
Committee's letter to Rt Hon Oliver Dowden MP published
28 May 2020
COVID-19 Rapid Summary: The Virus and its Transmission
Science and Technology Committee publishes fiirst rapid summary of COVID-19 evidence session
28 May 2020
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