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

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National Insurance Contributions Bill completes passage through parliament
Bill completes all stages and receives Royal Assent. Catch up
15 March 2022
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Ministers questioned over Home Office response to Ukraine refugee crisis
Home Affairs Committee questions immigration minister Kevin Foster and refugee minister Richard Harrington
14 March 2022
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on gender specific religious persecution
MPs to hold a general debate on gender specific religious persecution
14 March 2022
Work and Pensions Committee Chair Stephen Timms welcomes Government announcement on Online Safety Bill and paid-for adverts
Stephen Timms welcomes the Government's announcement that the forthcoming Online Safety Bill is to impose a new legal duty on social media platforms and search engines to crackdown on scam adverts
09 March 2022
Human Rights in care settings inquiry hears views from representatives of care providers
The Joint Committee on Human Rights continues its inquiry into protecting human rights in care settings taking evidence from care providers and experts.
08 March 2022
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on reports of misogyny and sexual harassment in the Metropolitan Police
MPs to hold a general debate on reports of misogyny and sexual harassment in the Metropolitan Police
04 March 2022
The role of adult custodial remand in the criminal justice system inquiry launched
Justice Committee launches a new inquiry
04 March 2022
Committee questions Sir Thomas Winsor on fire service performance
The Home Affairs Committee holds a one off session on the state of the Fire and Rescue Service
02 March 2022
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Action needed to avoid losing a generation of women in politics
The Women and Equalities committee publishes their report on a gender sensitive parliament
02 March 2022
MoJ Permanent Secretary questioned on Annual Report and Accounts
The Justice Committee scrutinises the department’s Annual Report and Accounts
28 February 2022
How does ‘levelling up’ fit with the Government’s existing equalities agenda? MPs to question Ministers
Women and Equalities Committee to hold session on Levelling Up and equalities
24 February 2022
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Committee examines fraud and the justice system
Justice Committee explores the impact on victims and law enforcement response
21 February 2022
Constitution Committee calls for evidence on the role of the Lord Chancellor and the Law Officers
Constitution Committee launch inquiry into the role of the Lord Chancellor and the Law Officer
18 February 2022
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
MPs to hold a general debate on the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
16 February 2022
Committee examines how Government reforms could change human rights protections in the UK
The Joint Committee on Human Rights continues its inquiry into proposed reforms of the Human Rights Act
08 February 2022
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