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February 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for February 2021.

Total results 159 (page 2 of 11)
Chancellor should seek long-term solutions to fire-up business recovery, say MPs
Committee publishes their interim pre-budget report on The impact of Coronavirus on businesses and workers
26 February 2021
Transport Committee to investigate the roll-out and safety of Smart Motorways
Committee launch new inquiry on Smart motorways
26 February 2021
Government to consider requiring online marketplaces to collect old electronics from customers
The Environmental Audit Committee publishes Government response to Electronic Waste and the Circular Economy Report
26 February 2021
“Next housing and building regulations scandal brewing” in flood protection failures
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on managing flood risk
26 February 2021
Role of hydrogen in achieving Net Zero examined
The Science and Technology Committee focus on the technical feasibility of hydrogen
25 February 2021
Academics give evidence on territorial constitution inquiry
The Procedure Committee will take evidence from leading academics as part of the ongoing inquiry into the territorial constitution.
25 February 2021
Opportunities and challenges that face Pakistan’s development examined
International Development Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 2 March at 2.30pm
25 February 2021
MPs carry out pre-legislative scrutiny of draft NHS Health and Care Bill
The Health and Social Care Committee launches an inquiry to examine Government plans to reform NHS health and care
25 February 2021
David Cameron questioned for National Security Machinery inquiry
The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy will hear from former Prime Minister David Cameron and Lord Ricketts, former National Security Adviser.
25 February 2021
Education Committee to hold evidence sessions on i) Covid catch-up plans and ii) Awarding of student grades
Committee to hear from the Government’s new education recovery commissioner, and Ofqual and the School Standards Minister
25 February 2021
NHS and social care facing projected workforce gap of more than one million by 2033/34
Committee publishes further evidence on their inquiry into Workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care
25 February 2021
Seafood and meat producers questioned on teething problems at the border
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee examines seafood and meat exports to the EU
25 February 2021
Lord Speaker announces he is stepping down
Lord Fowler is stepping down in late April to campaign on HIV/AIDS and other issues
25 February 2021
Committees to question Government Minister on Black history and cultural diversity in the curriculum
Petitions and Women and Equalities Committees to question Education Minister Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum
24 February 2021
International Trade Committee holds final session on Freeports
International Trade Committee hears from the Chief Secretary to the Treasury and the Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government
24 February 2021
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