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April 2022

Read all the UK Parliament news for April 2022

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UK-India trade deal must not be rushed as securing improvements to India's business environment is key
International Agreements Committee publishes its report on the UK-India free trade agreement
22 July 2022
Care users need stronger human rights protections – JCHR report finds
Joint Committee on Human Rights publishes report on protecting human rights in care settings
22 July 2022
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Home Office and wider CJS face significant challenges to realise promises of uplift in police numbers
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the Home Office promises of uplift in police numbers
22 July 2022
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Call for evidence launched on the UK-EU relationship
European Affairs Committee launches call for evidence on the UK-EU relationship
21 July 2022
Privileges Committee publish report setting out processes and procedures for inquiry on Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
The Committee of Privileges has publishes a report setting out in detail a number of procedures and processes that will underpin how it will investigate the matter referred to it by the House on 21 April 2022, concerning the conduct of the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP.
21 July 2022
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Committee publishes report on the future of retained EU law
European Scrutiny Committee concludes that the ‘principle of the supremacy of EU law’ should be scrapped
21 July 2022
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Private renters’ inquiry launched by Levelling Up Committee
The Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee launches an inquiry into Reforming the Private Rented Sector
21 July 2022
Is enough being done to promote Scotland abroad and drive international investment?
Scottish Affairs Committee launches inquiry on promoting Scotland internationally
21 July 2022
Committee publishes Government response to asbestos management report
The Health and Safety Executive’s approach to asbestos management: Work and Pensions Committee publishes Government response
21 July 2022
Lords considers Seafarers' Wages Bill
Members consider the scope of the draft law and its enforcement in main Lords debate on bill. Catch up
21 July 2022
Committee Corridor: State hostage-taking - can Parliament help?
Richard Ratcliffe, long time campaigner for the release of his wife Nazanin from prison in Iran, reflects on whether the family’s case ‘moved the dial fundamentally’ for state hostages
21 July 2022
Energy security and net zero delivery plan needed, says Lords report
Economic Affairs Committee publishes its report 'Investing in energy: price, security, and the transition to net zero'
21 July 2022
Financial Conduct Authority failed to protect British Steel pension scheme members causing “serious financial harm”
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on investigation into the British Steel Pension Scheme
21 July 2022
Government plans to address nutrient pollution in waterways
Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP Reacts to the Government’s plans to address nutrient pollution in waterways
20 July 2022
UK Speaker and US Ambassador make security pledge during Commons meeting
The Speaker of the House of Commons and the US Ambassador agreed to work together on security issues during their latest meeting in Parliament.
20 July 2022
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