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April 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for April 2021.

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More scaffolding to be removed from the Elizabeth Tower
Another important step in the Elizabeth Tower restoration project begins this week, as scaffolding starts to be removed from around Big Ben’s world-famous clock dials.
22 November 2021
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Influencer inquiry to explore online radicalisation
Committee to hold an evidence session into their inquiry on influencer culture
22 November 2021
Rory Stewart and Lord Richards to give evidence on Afghanistan
Foreign Affairs Committee hears from the former Chief of Defence Staff and Rory Stewart, former Secretary of State for International Development
22 November 2021
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Improving diversity in STEM: MPs launch inquiry
Committee launch new inquiry on improving diversity in the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sector
22 November 2021
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Information Commissioner gives evidence in FoI probe
The Information Commissioner gives evidence to the committee for their Freedom of Information Inquiry
22 November 2021
Victoria Atkins questioned on failings at Oakhill and Rainsbrook STCs
Committee to take evidence from Prisons Minister Victoria Atkins in a one-off session focussing on failings at Oakhill and Rainsbrook Secure Training Centres
22 November 2021
UK Aid and youth unemployment in Middle East and North Africa examined
International Development Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 24 November at 10.15am
22 November 2021
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EAC to hear whether negative emissions technologies can help the UK meet net zero
Committee to take evidence as part of its new workstream considering negative emissions technologies (NETs)
22 November 2021
Disability employment gap: Work and Pensions Committee publishes Government response to report
The government responds to the Disability employment gap report
22 November 2021
Rights and liberties of UK citizens must be protected in new EU travel rules, says Lords committee
The Justice and Home Affairs committee has published a letter to the Home Secretary and warned that the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) and the Entry/Exit System (EES) could have serious consequences in the UK and for the rights and liberties of UK citizens.
22 November 2021
Lords debates private members’ bills at second reading
Bills on age assurances online, onshore wind and coroners recording suicide factors. Catch up
22 November 2021
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British Business Bank’s due diligence on Greensill Capital “woefully inadequate”
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on lessons from Greensill Capital
20 November 2021
Nadine Dorries faces DCMS Committee for first time as Culture Secretary
DCMS Committee examines the Secretary of State, Nadine Dorries
19 November 2021
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Four new special inquiry committees recommended to House
The House of Lords Liaison Committee recommends four proposals for new special inquiry committees in 2022
19 November 2021
Coming up in the Commons 22-26 November
A roundup of what’s coming up this week in the House of Commons Chamber.
19 November 2021
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