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Utilities news from UK Parliament.

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Lords discusses net zero carbon emissions target
Members debate UK Fires report 'Absolute Zero'
07 February 2020
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Lords EU exit regulations: 23 October
EU elections, plant health and movement of services under spotlight
24 October 2019
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Lords debates Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill
Members discuss market rents and retail strategy
01 October 2019
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Government fails to reduce urban rural gap in broadband and mobile
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee highlights continuing divide between urban and rural areas
18 September 2019
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Lords EU exit regulations: 11 April
Members discuss trade in torture products
12 April 2019
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Lords debates National Policy Statement for Water Resources Infrastructure
Peers consider 2018 government plan
12 April 2019
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Lords debates climate change
Peers consider threat of rising temperatures
25 January 2019
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Lords debates local authority services
Members discuss capacity to deliver services to communities
25 January 2019
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Smart meters examined by Committee
Rachel Reeves MP announces public hearing on smart meters
23 November 2018
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Lords debates UK economy
Peers discuss nation's finances in light of Budget Statement
14 November 2018
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Chief Executive Officers of water companies questioned
Water shortages, leakages, and efficiency considered by Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
03 July 2018
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Government's consideration of the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon investigated
Committees launch joint inquiry into decision-making process for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project
09 May 2018
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Committee questions Secretary of State on energy price caps
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee examines the likely impact of an energy price cap
01 November 2017
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Committee examines current safety regulations for electrical goods in the UK
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee hears from electrial safety experts
31 October 2017
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MPs to debate energy prices
On 16 March MPs debated and approved a motion in the House of Commons Chamber
09 March 2017
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