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March 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for March 2021.

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Unprecedented increase in missing data reduces utility of Whole of Government Accounts, PAC finds
Unprecedented increase in missing data reduces utility of Whole of Government Accounts, PAC finds
24 May 2024
Grid connections and storage issues must be addressed to decarbonise the economy, MPs find
Grid connections and storage issues must be addressed to decarbonise the economy, MPs find
24 May 2024
Media Bill completes its remaining stages in the Lords
Bill now awaits Royal Assent to become law. Catch up
24 May 2024
WEC Chair: ‘Overwhelming’ case for a Commissioner for Older People’s Rights in England
The Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee (WEC), Rt Hon Caroline Nokes, has written to the Minister for Women and Equalities Rt Hon Kemi Badenoch to set out the key themes and conclusions of its inquiry into the rights of older people.
24 May 2024
Levelling Up Committee publishes Disabled people in the housing sector report
Levelling Up Committee publishes Disabled people in the housing sector report
24 May 2024
Legal Aid: Govt lacks understanding of costs and benefits of reforms, PAC warns
Legal Aid: Govt lacks understanding of costs and benefits of reforms, PAC warns
24 May 2024
Findings of inquiry to address defence spending disparities for NI published
Findings of inquiry to address defence spending disparities for NI published
24 May 2024
Inquiry findings on EU Entry/Exit scheme published by Committee
Inquiry findings on EU Entry/Exit scheme published by Committee
24 May 2024
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill set to become law
Bill completes passage through Parliament. Catch up
24 May 2024
Committee Chair comments on the Foreign Secretary's FCDO action in Sudan response
International Development Committee Chair comments on Foreign Secretary's response to the crisis in Sudan
24 May 2024
JCNSS calls on Prime Minister to defend the UK’s democracy as snap election is called
The JCNSS is today publishing a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak expressing a series of concerns regarding the threats and risks to our democracy before, during and after the UK's general election on 4 July.
24 May 2024
Committee writes to NI Secretary on potential implications for Northern Ireland of leaving the ECHR
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Chair, Sir Robert Buckland, has outlined concerns it heard from witnesses over the potential implications of the UK leaving the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) for Northern Ireland, in a letter to the Government today.
24 May 2024
Decades-long fights for justice remain a risk without broad 'duty of candour' and enhanced legal support for families - human rights committee warns
Joint Committee on Human Rights publishes Human rights and the proposal for a “Hillsborough Law” report
24 May 2024
MPs caution against abandoning the Census, until Government addresses long-standing failures around data-sharing
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publish Transforming the UK’s Evidence Base report
24 May 2024
Findings of Renewable Energy in Northern Ireland inquiry published
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has published the findings of its Renewable Energy in Northern Ireland inquiry.
23 May 2024
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