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What's on in the Lords 20-23 November

17 November 2023

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This week members press the government on safe access zones around abortion clinics, emergency and temporary accommodation, health benefits of low traffic neighbourhoods, and legitimate routes of entry to the UK for child refugees.


Look out for four short debates on the UK's agricultural future, a sustainable future for the motorcycle industry, air travel for disabled passengers and the role of educational technology in schools. 


Members will debate the key principles and purpose of the Investigatory Powers Bill, the Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill and the Pedicabs (London) Bill.


Read on for more.



From 11am


Members press the government on:


The House will debate:

From 1pm

Away from the chamber, in Grand Committee, members will hold four short debates on:

  • the UK's agricultural future
  • motorcycle industry sustainability
  • air travel for disabled passengers
  • the role of educational technonlogy in schools.

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