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March 2022

Read all the UK Parliament news for March 2022

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New inquiry on NHS leadership, performance and patient safety begins hearing evidence
The first session of this inquiry will start by looking at progress on two reviews of how leadership and patient safety are managed in the NHS
11 April 2024
MPs want to hear people’s experiences of children’s social care
The Education Committee want to hear from people with lived experience of social services as part of their investigation into how the Government could improve children’s social care
11 April 2024
Committee Chair comments on the UK's latest international development statistics
Chair of the International Development Committee, Sarah Champion, responds to today’s release of the UK’s latest international development statistics.
10 April 2024
MPs call for copyright changes and new champion for freelancers to improve precarious pay and working conditions in creative industries
Many musicians, actors, writers and visual artists are struggling to make a living due to gaps in copyright protection, lack of support, and unpredictable returns from streaming, MPs warn
10 April 2024
EAC comment: Chair welcomes details of water restoration fund
The Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee has responded to details announced today of plans to reinvest water company fines directly into water restoration
09 April 2024
New investment for grassroots and schools cricket: Comment from CMS Committee Chair Dame Caroline Dinenage MP
Dame Caroline Dinenage MP comments on the Prime Minister's announcement
05 April 2024
Equity in cricket: ECB must closely monitor Yorkshire to ensure no return to ‘business as usual’, MPs say
Equity in cricket: ECB must closely monitor Yorkshire to ensure no return to ‘business as usual’, MPs say
05 April 2024
Government must clamp down on unregulated canine fertility clinics and unlicensed pet breeders, say MPs
Government must clamp down on unregulated canine fertility clinics and unlicensed pet breeders, say MPs
05 April 2024
No definition, no delivery plan and deep aid cuts leave “major shortcomings” in FCDO’s disability-inclusion work - and leaves disabled people at major risk
International Development Committee publishes report on disability-inclusive development
04 April 2024
Social housing allocation plans - Levelling Up Committee Chair presses Government Minister on proposed ‘UK connection test’
Social housing allocation plans - Levelling Up Committee Chair presses Government Minister on proposed ‘UK connection test’
03 April 2024
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House of Commons Administration and Parliamentary Digital Service publish 2023 pay gap data
The House of Commons Administration and Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS) have today published pay gap reports including gender and ethnicity figures for pay and bonus payments in 2023
03 April 2024
Committee urges Government to hold aviation industry accountable for emissions reductions
Committee urges Government to hold aviation industry accountable for emissions reductions
03 April 2024
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Lords Committee questions fairness of latest changes to immigration rules
In its 20th Report of Session 2023–24, the cross-party House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee has highlighted concerns about the Government’s plans to increase the income required for British citizens and settled residents to bring a partner to the UK, known as the Minimum Income Requirement (MIR). The report comes after the Committee considered the Home Office’s latest Statement of changes in Immigration Rules (HC 590).
02 April 2024
Engineering biology inquiry launched
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee launches an inquiry into engineering biology.
02 April 2024
House of Lords pauses for Easter
Catch up on a busy start to the year in the Lords
28 March 2024
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