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

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'No excuse' for lack of ethnicity pay gap statistics
The Women and Equalities Committee publishes a report on the ethnicity pay gap
08 February 2022
MPs hear from lawyers and legal experts on Government’s proposals to reform the Human Rights Act
The session will evaluate the Government’s proposals to replace the Act with a Bill of Rights
07 February 2022
LGBT+ History Month in the House of Lords
During LGBT+ History Month, find out how the House of Lords considers the issues facing the LGBT+ community and the role members play to remove barriers and raise awareness to LGBT+ rights in the UK and abroad.
01 February 2022
Failure to prevent repeated online abuse should lead to fines for social media companies, say MPs
Committee publishes its report on 'Tackling Online Abuse’
01 February 2022
Funding for stalking advocates to be debated by MPs
The petition to increase funding has more than 105,000 signatures
26 January 2022
Committee examines police response to spiking
Home Affairs Committee examines police efforts to improve understanding of spiking
25 January 2022
Committee investigates proposals to reform the Human Rights Act
The committee hears evidence from the former Justice of the Supreme Court and academic experts in constitutional law and human rights
25 January 2022
Attorney General questioned on key issues within her remit
Justice Committee examines key issues within her remit and matters arising from committee inquiries
20 January 2022
Asylum reforms would undermine UK’s human rights obligations
Committee publishes their report on Legislative Scrutiny: Nationality and Borders Bill (Parts 1, 2 and 4) – Asylum, Home Office Decision-Making, Age Assessments, and Deprivation of Citizenship Orders
19 January 2022
England and Wales Cricket Board and Chairs of County clubs questioned racism in cricket 
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee follow up its Report published last week on racism in cricket
17 January 2022
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MPs to hold a general debate on the matter of lawfare and the UK court system
MPs to hold a general debate on the matter of lawfare and the UK court system
14 January 2022
Ministers questioned on prison education
Education Committee questions Prisons Minister Victoria Atkins, MoJ, and Skills Minister Alex Burghart from DfE
13 January 2022
Committee examines open justice and transparency in family court system
The Justice Committee will convene two evidence sessions focussing on family courts, transparency and court reporting
10 January 2022
Committee hears spiking victims’ experiences in new inquiry
The Home Affairs Committee holds the opening session of its new inquiry into spiking
10 January 2022
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Justice Committee examines open justice and transparency in family court system
The evidence sessions focus on family courts, transparency and court reporting
07 January 2022
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