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What's on in the Lords

17 September 2021

House of Lords chamber with members

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Monday 13 September


Questions on:

Members questioned the government on:


Members continued further check and change of the Environment Bill.


In Grand Committee, members debated two EU Committee reports on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.


The House questioned the government on statements in relation to the Armoured Cavalry Programme (Ajax) and lorry driver shortages.

Tuesday 14 September


Questions on:


The House began final checks (third reading) of the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill.

Members also debated (second reading) the main areas of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

Wednesday 15 September


Questions on:


Members completed a further check and change (report stage) of the Environment Bill.


Members questioned the government on its COVID-19 update.

Thursday 16 September


Questions on:

Questions for Cabinet Office Minister Lord Frost (Conservative): 


Members quizzed the government on two statements:


Members debated:

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