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Read all UK Parliament news for September 2020.

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Streaming giant Netflix to be questioned by MPs, alongside Sky and Channel 5
MPs to hear from senior executives on Netflix’s role as the leading subscription video on demand service in the UK in its inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting
11 September 2020
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Scottish Secretary to discuss covid impact on Scotland and Whitehall-Holyrood relations
Committee to question Alister Jack on the state of intergovernmental relations and lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic
11 September 2020
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Trade experts and economists to outline impact on Wales of deal and no-deal scenarios
Welsh Affairs Committee questions trade experts and economists on impact on Wales of deal and no-deal scenarios
11 September 2020
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Work and Pensions Committee approves appointment of Dr Stephen Brien as Chair of the SSAC
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on the appointment of Dr Stephen Brien as Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee
11 September 2020
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Financial regulators should urgently consider extending complaints scheme consultation
Chair writes to the FCA and Bank of England, urging them to consider extending the consultation period
11 September 2020
Defence Committee to hold evidence session on MoD and Armed Forces’ progress on the F-35 and Carrier Strike programmes
Defence Committee examines possible impact on the programmes of the ongoing Integrated Security, Defence and Foreign Policy Review
11 September 2020
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Evidence session on the draft Building Safety Bill with fire safety and construction industry representatives
Committee to take evidence as part of its pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Building Safety Bill
11 September 2020
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MPs to debate support for the freelance workers and the self-employed
Backbench Business Committee debate support for the freelance workers and the self-employed on Thursday 17 September 2020
11 September 2020
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Government confirms intention to seek provisions for inter-parliamentary dialogue in negotiations with EU
European Union Committee publish exchange of letters concerning Government's intention to include legal framework for dialogue with the European Parliament.
11 September 2020
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Committee to question Secretary of State, Gavin Williamson MP
Committee to hold an accountability hearing with the Secretary of State for Education, Gavin Williamson MP.
11 September 2020
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MPs to debate the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Backbench Business Committee debate the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on Thursday 17 September 2020
11 September 2020
Chancellor should “carefully consider” targeted extensions to Job Retention Scheme, urges Treasury Committee
Treasury Committee publishes second report on its inquiry into the Economic Impact of Coronavirus – the Challenges of Recovery
11 September 2020
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MoJ’s “naïve” approach to outsourcing has failed the taxpayer and prisoners
Committee publish their report Improving the prison estate
11 September 2020
Food processors and producers questioned on labour in the food supply chain
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee scrutinise current labour supply and demand
10 September 2020
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European Statutory Instruments Committee publishes ninth report
European Statutory Instruments Committee publishes ninth report
10 September 2020