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The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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May 2021

Read all the UK Parliament news for May 2021.

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40,000 extra staff and 84,500 more places needed by 2025 to meet childcare entitlements in England, PAC warns
28 May 2024
Victims and Prisoners Bill becomes law
Lords members consider final changes on support training and erasure of personal data. Catch up
28 May 2024
UK mobile connectivity: Pace required to hit Government targets likely unsustainable, PAC report warns
Public Accounts Committee publishes report scrutinising mobile connectivity
28 May 2024
Publication of Report: The work of the Transport Committee in the 2019 Parliament
Transport Committee publishes a short report outlining work that could be taken forward by the new Committee in the next Parliament
28 May 2024
We must fundamentally change the way we think about Artificial Intelligence
We must fundamentally change the way we think about Artificial Intelligence , says Science and Technology Committee
28 May 2024
UKHSA health security campus: Costs rise by 500% as project at least 15 years behind schedule, PAC warns
Public Accounts Committee publishes correspondence to the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) following its inquiry into the UK Health Security Agency’s (UKHSA) Health Security Campus
27 May 2024
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Rail reform: No-one in Government putting needs of passengers and taxpayers first, PAC reports
Public Accounts Committee publishes report scrutinising the Government’s programme of rail reform
27 May 2024
Decarbonising home heating: Unconvincing progress on Government targets, PAC report finds
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the decarbonisation of home heating
26 May 2024
Whistleblowing: PAC calls for civil service cultural change to create ‘speak up’ environment
Public Accounts Committee publishes report scrutinising whistleblowing in the civil service
25 May 2024
Stronger guidance and controls needed to protect children from screen time, Education Committee finds
Stronger guidance and controls needed to protect children from screen time, Education Committee finds
25 May 2024
Sacred Hindu text presented to the House of Commons
Sacred Hindu text presented to the House of Commons
24 May 2024
Dissolution of Parliament
Parliament has dissolved ahead of the general election on 4 July 2024
24 May 2024
Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill completes passage through Parliament
Post Office bill receives Royal Assent. Catch up
24 May 2024
Statement from CMS Committee Chair Dame Caroline Dinenage MP following announcement of a general election
Statement from CMS Committee Chair Dame Caroline Dinenage MP following announcement of a general election
24 May 2024
WEC Chair urges Ministers to act on non-consensual intimate image abuse
Women and Equalities Committee Chair Caroline Nokes has written to the Government about non-consensual intimate image abuse.
24 May 2024
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