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Covid-19 news from UK Parliament.

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Coronavirus: lessons learned to date report published
Covid vaccine programme “one of most effective initiatives in UK history” but delay to first lockdown a “serious error” that should have been challenged.
12 October 2021
Black History Month 2021: House of Lords
Find out about Black members past and present and House of Lords work on issues affecting Black communities
01 October 2021
Government must learn lessons from the use of criminal law in the covid-19 pandemic
Committee publishes report on Covid-19 and the criminal law
24 September 2021
MPs take evidence on the labour market after Coronavirus
The Treasury Committee takes perspectives from employers, workers and labour market economics experts
20 September 2021
MPs take evidence on the recovery in the aviation sector
The Transport committee examines the recovery of airlines and airports from the coronavirus pandemic
20 September 2021
International Trade Committee to question experts on COP26 and trade
The International Trade Committee will take evidence from experts and a Minister on COP26 and international trade
20 September 2021
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on the vaccination of children against covid-19
MPs to hold a general debate on the vaccination of children against covid-19
20 September 2021
MPs to investigate NHS backlog’s impact on mental health, general practice and long covid care
Committee to hear from leaders in general practice, mental health, and long covid services
20 September 2021
Huw Merriman MP reacts to England’s travel rules overhaul
17 September 2021
MPs debate petitions relating to Covid-19 vaccination
On Monday 20 September, MPs will debate petitions relating to Covid-19 vaccination.
16 September 2021
Treasury Committee publishes additional Government response to Tax after Coronavirus Report
Committee today publishes a further Government response to its report on Tax after Coronavirus
14 September 2021
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty to give evidence to Education Committee on Covid vaccination of children
Professor Chris Whitty is to face questions from the Education Committee on the possible inclusion of children in the Government’s Covid-19 vaccination programme
13 September 2021
Global South: Lords debates shortage of COVID-19 vaccines
Members discuss implications for global public health. Find out more
10 September 2021
Clearance for take-off: Transport Committee launches inquiry to plot aviation sector route to recovery
The Transport Committee is launching a new inquiry to consider the issues facing transport’s most embattled sector – aviation.
10 September 2021
Patients whose medical treatment was delayed as a result of pandemic to give evidence to MPs
MPs will hear from patients whose access to treatment was delayed as a result of the pandemic
03 September 2021
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