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April 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for April 2021.

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What's on in the Lords 27-30 June
Discover questions, legislation and debates coming up in the House of Lords from 27-30 June
24 June 2022
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Lords considers Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill
Members discuss draft legislation to increase academic freedom of speech. Find out more
24 June 2022
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Lords debates Social Housing (Regulation) Bill at second reading
Member consider new enforcement powers to tackle failing landlords. Learn more
24 June 2022
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New Member of Parliament for Wakefield
Simon Lightwood of the Labour Party was elected the new Member of Parliament for Wakefield in the by-election held in that constituency on Thursday 23 June 2022 
24 June 2022
New Member of Parliament for Tiverton and Honiton
Richard Foord of the Liberal Democrat Party was elected the new Member of Parliament for Tiverton and Honiton in the by-election held in that constituency on Thursday 23 June 2022
24 June 2022
Coming up in the Commons 27 June -1 July
Find out of what’s coming up in the House of Commons Chamber 27 June- 1 July
24 June 2022
Lords Committee raises safety concerns over proposed M56 (Junctions 6 to 7) Smart motorway
24 June 2022
Justice Minister and Crown Prosecution Service questioned on Victims Bill
Justice Committee  examines pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Victims Bill
24 June 2022
Education Committee questions Bradford and Solihull councils on the safeguarding failures and murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson
Education Committee examines the failures of Solihull and Bradford councils
24 June 2022
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Lords begins detailed check of Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill
Members consider changes on ensuring consumer connectable products meet minimum safety standards as line by line examination begins. Catch up
24 June 2022
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Committee publishes Government response to its report on major cultural and sporting events
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes response to its report on major cultural and sporting events report
24 June 2022
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Experts on international law questioned on Northern Ireland Protocol legality
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol
24 June 2022
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Treasury Sub-Committee investigates ‘Strong and Simple’ Framework proposals
Ahead of an upcoming evidence session, the Sub-Committee requests written evidence on the proposals
24 June 2022
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