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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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September 2022

Read all the UK Parliament news for September 2022

Total results 30724 (page 6 of 2049)
Sub-Committee on the Overseas Territories publishes written evidence on education support
Foreign Affairs Committee’s Sub-Committee on the Overseas Territories publishes written evidence
20 May 2024
Coming up in the Commons 20-24 May
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons 20-24 May
17 May 2024
What's on in the Lords 20-24 May
Final bills considered before the dissolution of Parliament: discover what's coming up in the House of Lords.
17 May 2024
WEC welcomes Government’s acceptance of recommendations on sexism and inequalities in sport
The Women and Equalities Committee report warned that women and girls playing sport deserve kit and equipment properly designed for their health and performance needs
17 May 2024
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 14 May 2024
Petitions Committee publishes decisions
17 May 2024
Lords debates benefits of community sport for young people
Members discuss health, wellbeing and contribution of sport to society and economy. Catch up
17 May 2024
Challenges faced by those with disabilities on Lords agenda
Lords discusses access to benefits, work, education, housing and healthcare. Catch up
17 May 2024
The conduct of Lord Ranger of Northwood
The House of Lords Conduct Committee publishes a report on the conduct Lord Ranger of Northwood
17 May 2024
EAC Chair responds to NAO verdict on “world-leading” biodiversity policy
Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee, Philip Dunne responds to the National Audit Office’s report on biodiversity net gain
17 May 2024
Education Committee publishes report on teacher recruitment, training and retention
The report follows DfE statistics showing that despite record absolute numbers in teaching, the Department severely missed targets for recruiting teachers in key subjects
17 May 2024
Government Minister quizzed on the UK’s food supply chain
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee hears from the Rt Hon. Sir Mark Spencer MP and Kevin Hollinrake MP about the resilience of the UK’s food supply chain
16 May 2024
Houses of Parliament at night, lit up with the ruiver Thames in the foreground
Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and accessibility to be debated by MPs
MPs to debate Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and accessibility
16 May 2024
Improving the home buying and selling process inquiry - Levelling-Up Committee publishes written evidence
LUHC Committee publishes written submissions covering a range of issues relating to the barriers to the home buying and selling process
16 May 2024
Environmental Audit Committee scrutinises Government’s water quality plan
Environmental Audit Committee scrutinises Government’s water quality plan
16 May 2024
Renters (Reform) Bill debate in the Lords
Fixed-term assured tenancies legislation considered by the House at second reading. Catch up
16 May 2024
Total results 30724 (page 6 of 2049)