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June 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for June 2021.

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Y Llywodraeth yn derbyn argymhelliad ASau i sefydlu Bwrdd Rheilffyrdd Cymru i ysgogi gwelliannau
Mae'r Llywodraeth yn ymateb i adroddiad Pwyllgor Materion Cymru ar seilwaith Rheilffyrdd yng Nghymru
22 September 2021
“No clear end in sight” to HS2 cost or delays with “many difficulties ahead”
High Speed 2 “literally running out of time” for decisions on key elements says Public Accounts Committee report on HS2
22 September 2021
Government must commit to new cross-departmental strategy to tackle child poverty, MPs say
Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on Children in poverty: Measurement and targets
22 September 2021
Home Affairs Committee scrutinises the work of the Home Office
The Home Affairs Committee takes evidence from Permanent Secretary, Matthew Rycroft.
21 September 2021
UK Gas market - BEIS Committee questions Kwasi Kwarteng
The BEIS Committee holds an evidence hearing examining the current issues affecting the UK gas market
21 September 2021
Publication of correspondence: Concern over whether the Government will uphold its commitment to increase research and innovation spending by 2024/25
Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP responds to letter from Greg Clark MP
21 September 2021
Sub-Committee examines ‘complex mosaic’ of UK aid ties with China
International Development Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 22 September at 2.30pm
21 September 2021
New inquiry: Protecting Human Rights in Care Settings
The Joint Committee on Human Rights examines whether the human rights of residents are respected in care homes
21 September 2021
Speakers and Presidents of the Lower Houses of the member states of the G7 Chorley, United Kingdom 2021 – Declaration
We, the Speakers and Presidents of the Lower Houses of the member states of the G7, reaffirm the central role played by Parliaments in democratic life
21 September 2021
Justice Committee launches inquiry into IPP sentences
The Justice Committee launches an inquiry into indeterminate sentences of Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP)
21 September 2021
Ministers respond to MPs’ letter on supply chain for battery electric vehicles
There will be a consultation in the coming months to examine the recycling of batteries for electric vehicles.
21 September 2021
MPs take evidence on the labour market after Coronavirus
The Treasury Committee takes perspectives from employers, workers and labour market economics experts
20 September 2021
Treasury Committee to quiz online tech giants on Economic Crime
Representatives of major online platforms Google, Facebook, Amazon and eBay, will appear before the Treasury Committee
20 September 2021
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