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September 2022

Read all the UK Parliament news for September 2022

Total results 30724 (page 9 of 2049)
Visa scheme for Palestinians to be debated by MPs
MPs from all parties can take part, and the Government will send a minister to respond
09 May 2024
Defence Committee Chair reacts to latest report from Armed Forces’ Ombudsman
The Defence Committee Chair has reacted to the Service Complaints Ombudsman for the Armed Forces’ annual report, published today
09 May 2024
Committee Chair urges action on potential metal mine pollution “scandal”
The Chair of the Welsh Affairs Committee Stephen Crabb has written to the Welsh Government, asking them to consider taking further action on pollution from abandoned metal mines
09 May 2024
Gibraltar deal risks becoming Northern Ireland Protocol 2.0, warns Committee
Committee expresses concern at how UK nationals and Gibraltarians will be handled if Schengen controls were introduced at Gibraltar’s airport
09 May 2024
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House of Lords leaders questioned on the role and composition of the Upper House
Committee hears from Leader of the House of Lords, Shadow Leader and the Convenor of the Crossbench Peers
09 May 2024
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Chair urges Government rethink to boost vaccination uptake following new baby deaths
Committee Chair issues comment in response to rise in new whooping cough cases and baby deaths
09 May 2024
This evidence session with the Leader of the House of Commons has been cancelled and will be rescheduled in due course
The Commons Procedure Committee will hear evidence from the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP, Leader of the House of Commons
09 May 2024
Committee examining FCA consultation CP24/2 on publicising enforcement investigations
In February 2024 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published consultation paper CP24/2: Our Enforcement Guide and publicising enforcement investigations—a new approach. The Financial Services Regulation Committee is taking evidence on the FCA’s consultation paper.
09 May 2024
Government response on need for greater protection for tenants in unhealthy homes lacks urgency
Health and Social Care Committee publishes Government response to Prevention in health and social care: Healthy places report
09 May 2024
Finance No.2 Bill: call for evidence
Finance No.2 Bill: call for evidence
09 May 2024
Call for evidence: security in the Caribbean
The Foreign Affairs Sub-Committee has issued a call for evidence on the UK Government’s support of security in the Caribbean British Overseas Territories
09 May 2024
Animal Welfare (Livestock Exports) Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Members discuss changes to the list of livestock included in the bill in report stage. Catch up
09 May 2024
Automated Vehicles Bill completes journey through Parliament
Members consider Commons changes on Welsh ministers as draft legislation set to become law.
09 May 2024
Lord Anderson of Ipswich: Lord Speaker's Corner
Sovereignty, tackling terrorism and even Macbeth are on the agenda in the latest Lord Speaker’s Corner as David Anderson, Lord Anderson of Ipswich KC, speaks to Lord McFall of Alcluith
09 May 2024
Dame Jackie Doyle-Price MP has been elected Chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
The result of today’s election was announced in the Chamber this afternoon following a ballot of the whole House
08 May 2024
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