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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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Regulation news from UK Parliament.

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Lords concludes detailed check of Data Protection and Digital Information Bill
Members discuss changes on computer records as line by line examination wraps up. Catch up
25 April 2024
Government urged to get on with creating regulator of property agents
The Industry and Regulators Committee urges the Government to get on with establishing a regulator of property agents.
22 March 2024
Lords debates Spring Budget
Members discuss UK economic situation following Chancellor of the Exchequer's statement on 6 March.
19 March 2024
Pedicabs (London) Bill completes Lords scrutiny
Bill to regulate tricycle taxis concludes in the Lords. Catch up
07 February 2024
Automated Vehicles Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Legal framework for the safe deployment of self-driving vehicles on the agenda in report-stage debate. Catch up
07 February 2024
Lords concludes line by line scrutiny of Automated Vehicles Bill
Emergency service vehicles on agenda as committee stage wraps up. Find out more
12 January 2024
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill has second reading in the Lords
Lords consider AI in the workplace and EU data protection at second reading. Catch up
20 December 2023
Greater clarity needed on regulatory divergence issues, says Lords Windsor Framework Committee
Windsor Framework Committee publishes letter to the Foreign Secretary about regulatory divergence issues
19 December 2023
Lords debates Automated Vehicles Bill at second reading
Members discuss draft law to regulate safe rollout of self-driving vehicles in Great Britain.
29 November 2023
Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill completes parliamentary scrutiny
Members discuss small businesses and trail costs as anti-fraud bill set to become law. Catch up
26 October 2023
New inquiry launched into independence and accountability of UK regulators
The Industry and Regulators Committee has today published a call for evidence into its new inquiry into UK regulators, which will examine their relationship with Government and how they are held to account.
19 October 2023
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill should not be weakened say Lords Committee
Communications and Digital Committee write to PM emphasising importance of maintaining judicial review appeals standard in bill
18 October 2023
Housing
Lords concludes examination of Non-Domestic Rating Bill
Final chance to ‘tidy-up’ bill. Catch up
17 October 2023
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