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Speaker welcomes Kuwait Ambassador to first physical meeting
The Speaker of the House of Commons held his first face-to-face diplomatic meeting since the pandemic began with the longest-serving ambassador to the UK.
18 May 2021
Committee questions IOPC, NPCC and HM Inspector of Constabulary on police complaints system
Home Affairs Committee examines the impact of recent reforms to the police conduct and complaints system
18 May 2021
Proposals to criminalise unauthorised encampments and strengthen police powers examined
Joint Committee on Human Rights explores legislative scrutiny of Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
18 May 2021
Committee publishes correspondence from Lex Greensill and Lord Myners
Treasury Committee received correspondence regarding oral evidence for lessons from Greensill Capital inquiry
18 May 2021
Committee to hold evidence session into the roll-out and safety of smart motorways
Committee to hold first evidence session into their inquiry on the rollout and safety of smart motorways
18 May 2021
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Members discuss home affairs, justice and culture on day four of five days of debate on the Queen's Speech. Find out more
18 May 2021
NIAC to question loyalist group on NI Protocol and recent unrest
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into the Northern Ireland Protocol.
17 May 2021
COP 26 – BEIS Committee publishes Government response to scrutiny of conference preparations report
Committee publishes the Government’s response to the BEIS Committee’s interim report on Net Zero and COP26
17 May 2021
Committee examines impact of changes to Permitted Development Rights
Committee to hold the first session of its inquiry into Permitted Development Rights
17 May 2021
Ofwat announcement on new investment in environmental projects
Philip Dunne MP reacts to the Ofwat announcement that the water sector is set to invest £2.8 billion in environmental projects
17 May 2021
Petitions Committee members react to Government commitments in the Queen’s Speech
Members of the Petitions Committee react to proposals announced in the Queen’s Speech
17 May 2021
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 27 April 2021
The Committee has considered all e-petitions which had, before 22 April 2021, had reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response, e-petitions that had received a revised response, and public petitions. The Committee also considered a number of e-petitions with over 100,000 signatures that were awaiting debate.
17 May 2021
Evidence session with Alex Chisholm on the work of the Cabinet Office
Committee to take evidence from Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary, Alex Chisholm
14 May 2021
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