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December 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for December 2021

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Education Committee to scrutinise the Government’s SEND Review
The Education Committee will hold a one-off session examining the strengths and weaknesses of the recently published special educational needs and disability (SEND) Review
20 May 2022
Government blocks evidence session with Cabinet Secretary
The Government have blocked the Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case, and Government ethics chief, Darren Tierney, from appearing before the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Tuesday 24 May.
20 May 2022
Leader of the House questioned on ministerial corrections and written parliamentary questions
Procedure Committee hears from the Rt Hon Mark Spencer MP
20 May 2022
Treasury Committee questions regulator on increasing cost of card payments for businesses
Treasury Committee hears from leadership of the PSR on the regulator’s role and success in promoting competition within the market
20 May 2022
Paymaster General questioned on the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund
Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy hears from the Rt Hon Michael Ellis QC MP
20 May 2022
MPs to examine challenges to high street dentistry in workforce inquiry
Health and Social Care Committee hears from the British Dental Association
20 May 2022
Tynnu sylw at chwaraeon a diwylliant Cymru wrth i ASau edrych ar dwristiaeth yng Nghymru
Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn clywed gan sefydliadau diwylliannol a grwpiau chwaraeon yng Nghymru
20 May 2022
Coming up in the Commons 23-26 May
Find out what’s coming up in the House of Commons Chamber 23-26 May
20 May 2022
Wales’ sport and culture under the spotlight as MPs explore Welsh tourism
Welsh Affairs Committee hears from cultural institutions and sporting groups in Wales
20 May 2022
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200 days on: ‘Committee on COP’ scrutinises progress
Committee on COP to hear from COP26 President Alok Sharma
20 May 2022
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Rising cost of living: Work and Pensions Committee writes to Prime Minister and launches call for ideas on strengthening support from benefits system
Work and Pensions Committee presses the Prime Minister on his pledge to consider raising the level of Universal Credit
20 May 2022
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House of Lords debates Procurement Bill at second reading
Members debate on main purpose and key principles. Learn more
20 May 2022
Decarbonising power supply sector inquiry launched by Business Committee
Committee launches a new inquiry into the Government’s plans to decarbonise the UK’s power supply sector
20 May 2022
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