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Crime, civil law, justice and rights

Crime, civil law, justice and rights news from UK Parliament.

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Call for evidence for National Disability Strategy inquiry in multiple formats
The Committee wants to hear from as many people as possible for their inquiry into the Government’s National Disability Strategy.
26 May 2022
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Lords considers Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill
Members discuss key areas of bill. Find out more
25 May 2022
Justice Minister questioned on improving prison conditions
The Justice Committee takes evidence from prisons minister Victoria Atkins MP on Wednesday 25 May
23 May 2022
Local Government and Dame Carol Black questioned on 10-year drug strategy
Home Affairs Committee examines Government’s 10-year drug strategy and role of local government in providing treatment and recovery services
23 May 2022
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Lords debates content of the Queen's Speech following the State Opening of Parliament. Catch up
19 May 2022
'Chaotic' adult prison education system crying out for overhaul
Committee publishes their report, Prison education.
18 May 2022
Racial harassment in Higher Education: MPs ask how Government can address inequality
MPs will explore the effect of direct and indirect racism on university students and staff
13 May 2022
Government displays 'lack of will or care' to reduce disparities between ethnic groups
The Women and Equalities Committee has published the Government's response to their ethnicity pay gap reporting report.
13 May 2022
Impact of Human Rights Act reforms on Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales examined
The Joint Committee on Human Rights continues its inquiry into Human Rights Act reform with an evidence
09 May 2022
Committee takes evidence on Government’s proposals to tackle SLAPPs
MPs to explore the case for reform to tackle strategic lawsuits against public participation
06 May 2022
MPs to examine impact of pornography industry on attitudes to women and girls
Committee to hold the first evidence session exploring the impact of pornography on attitudes towards women and girls
06 May 2022
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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill completes passage through parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
29 April 2022
Judicial Review and Courts Bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill awaits Royal Assent to become an Act of Parliament. Catch up
28 April 2022
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