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Covid-19 news from UK Parliament.

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Call for evidence in covid-19 certification inquiry
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee issues a call for evidence for a new inquiry into covid-19 certification.
23 March 2021
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Is justice being done quickly enough?
The Justice Committee continues its inquiry into how delays in court cases and strains on the legal aid system have been exacerbated by the Covid–19 pandemic.
22 March 2021
Committee looks at Justice Ministry plans for police, prisons and courts
The Justice Committee takes evidence from the Ministry of Justice, the HM Courts & Tribunals Service and the HM Prison & Probation Service.
22 March 2021
Ethical and legal questions of Covid-19 vaccine certificates examined
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee investigates the ethical and legal questions regarding the introduction of some form of vaccine certificate
22 March 2021
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on Government support for non-governmental organisations and churches in developing nations during the covid-19 pandemic
MPs to hold a general debate on Government support for non-governmental organisations and churches in developing nations during the covid-19 pandemic
22 March 2021
Benefits of educating children at home examined
The Education Committee explores how children are supported in their learning in the home environment
19 March 2021
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Prime Minister’s former adviser Dominic Cummings to appear before joint inquiry on coronavirus
Dominic Cummings to give evidence on lessons the government must learn from the response to the coronavirus pandemic
18 March 2021
MPs to debate petitions relating to the Government’s Spring 2021 covid-19 roadmap
MPs to debate petitions relating to the Government’s Spring 2021 covid-19 roadmap
18 March 2021
How can governments use wellbeing measures in making and evaluating policy decisions?
The COVID-19 Committee will hear evidence on approaches that governments can take, and have taken, to making wellbeing central to policy making.
17 March 2021
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 16 March 2021
The Committee considered all e-petitions which had, before 11 March 2021, reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response. The Committee also considered petitions which had reached over 100,000 signatures, and agreed debates for a number of petitions with over 100,000 signatures that were awaiting debate.
16 March 2021
Lords debates the Budget statement
Members debate the economy
15 March 2021
PACAC: Improving data transparency critical in long-term Covid-19 fight
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes report on Data Transparency and Accountability and Covid 19
15 March 2021
Committee publishes letter from Michael Gove on Covid-19 vaccine certificates
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee announces evidence session on vaccine certificates
12 March 2021
Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja to tell MPs why festivals must reduce environmental impact
Committee to take evidence from Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja into their inquiry on the future of UK music festivals.
12 March 2021
Secretary of State questioned on new powers in NHS reform plans
The Health and Social Care Committee examines the Department's White Paper on health and social care
11 March 2021
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