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Westminster Hall to hold a debate on Select Committee Statement: First report of the Women and Equalities Committee, Menopause in the workplace, HC 91
MPs to hold a debate on Select Committee Statement: First report of the Women and Equalities Committee, Menopause in the workplace.
31 August 2022
New Report: MPs call for new Menopause Ambassador to keep women in the workplace
New Report: MPs call for new Menopause Ambassador to keep women in the workplace
28 July 2022
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Slow progress in improving support for women in prison
Justice Committee publishes report on women in prison
26 July 2022
MPs to hold a general debate on UK sanctions for human rights abuses and corruption
MPs to hold a general debate on UK sanctions for human rights abuses and corruption
18 July 2022
‘Lad culture’, spiking and sexual misconduct: MPs investigate attitudes to women and girls in higher education - This evidence session has been cancelled
‘Lad culture’, spiking and sexual misconduct: MPs investigate attitudes to women and girls in higher education
15 July 2022
Lords debates impact of the Human Rights Act
Members discuss the practical impact of the Human Rights Act. Catch up
15 July 2022
Lords debates opportunities for women and girls
Members debate economic wellbeing, welfare and safety and opportunities. Catch up
15 July 2022
Official apology sought in recognition of lasting suffering caused by adoption practices in 1950s-1970s involving unmarried mothers - JCHR
Official apology sought in recognition of lasting suffering caused by adoption practices in 1950s-1970s involving unmarried mothers - JCHR
15 July 2022
Government response to Court Capacity report published
Justice Committee publishes the Government’s response to its report into Court Capacity
07 July 2022
MPs propose amendments to Online Safety Bill to ensure Ofcom independence
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes report on Amending the Online Safety Bill
04 July 2022
Lords debates crime and rehabilitation
Causes of crime and the effectiveness of rehabilitation, including the contribution made by the voluntary sector, were in the spotlight on Thursday 30 June. Learn more
30 June 2022
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Lords concludes detailed check of Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill
Members consider changes in relation to emergency services and landowners. Catch up
30 June 2022
"Morally bankrupt billionaires using the UK as a safe deposit box"
The Foreign Affairs Committee publishes its report The Cost of Complacency: illicit finance and the war in Ukraine.
30 June 2022
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