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April 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for April 2021.

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Foreign Affairs Committee publishes further whistleblower written evidence on Nowzad
The evidence includes copies of internal emails between Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) staff
26 January 2022
Lords begins line by line examination of Nationality and Borders Bill
Members  begin line by line examination of the bill. Find out more
26 January 2022
MPs welcome farm muckspreading commitment – now they want action
The Committee wrote a letter to the Minister for Farming, Fisheries and Food saying there was significant confusion among farmers about rules
26 January 2022
Funding for stalking advocates to be debated by MPs
The petition to increase funding has more than 105,000 signatures
26 January 2022
Lords concludes detailed check of Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill
Members discuss the regularity of dissolution and court powers as line by line scrutiny concludes. Catch up
26 January 2022
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Lords Committee criticise Department over two pieces of building and planning legislation
26 January 2022
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Lords concludes examination Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Members discuss imprisonment for public protection as Lords stages conclude. Catch up
26 January 2022
Defence holds session on use of military to counter migrant crossings
On 26 January, at 09.30, the Defence Committee will hold an evidence session
25 January 2022
Universal Credit and childcare: Work and Pensions Committee holds first oral evidence session
The Committee questions policy specialists, charities and professional organisations in the first oral evidence session in the inquiry.
25 January 2022
Committee examines police response to spiking
Home Affairs Committee examines police efforts to improve understanding of spiking
25 January 2022
Committee investigates proposals to reform the Human Rights Act
The committee hears evidence from the former Justice of the Supreme Court and academic experts in constitutional law and human rights
25 January 2022
Business Committee seeks public’s views on consumer rights
The Committee will also hold an evidence session for the inquiry on 1 February
25 January 2022
Standards Committee announce new evidence sessions on reform of Code of Conduct for MPs
The Committee will hear from a range of expert witnesses and journalists for their inquiry on reforming the Code of Conduct for MPs.
25 January 2022
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