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Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Crime, civil law, justice and rights

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

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Lords completes scrutiny of Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill
Members take chance to 'tidy-up' bill as Lords stages conclude. Catch up
27 March 2024
Lords concludes detailed check of Victims and Prisoners Bill
Members discuss changes on the Parole Board as line by line examination concludes. Catch up
26 March 2024
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Home Affairs Committee Chair writes to Home Secretary on Police and Crime Commissioners
The Home Affairs Committee has written to the Home Secretary, Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, with key findings from its inquiry into Police and Crime Commissioners
14 March 2024
Lords asks government to think again on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill
Members discuss ban on foreign ownership of UK newspapers as report stage examination concludes. Catch up
14 March 2024
Justice Committee to hear from charities amid financial fears over Probate delays
The Justice Committee will take evidence from charities on the financial impact of probate delays during the first session of its new Probate inquiry
11 March 2024
Lords marks International Women's Day
Members discuss economic inclusion of women. Find out more
08 March 2024
WEC urges Government to deliver on commitments made to disabled people in the National Disability Strategy
WEC urges Government to deliver on commitments made to disabled people in the National Disability Strategy
06 March 2024
Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill: call for evidence
Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill: call for evidence
20 February 2024
Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill completes Lords line by line scrutiny
Line by line examination concludes. Catch up
20 February 2024
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The Governors of Wales’ five prisons will appear before the Welsh Affairs Committee as MPs continue evidence gathering on ‘Prisons in Wales’
16 February 2024
Governors of Wales’ five prisons to appear before MPs
The Governors of Wales’ five prisons will appear before the Welsh Affairs Committee as MPs continue evidence gathering on ‘Prisons in Wales’
16 February 2024
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill concludes Lords line by line scrutiny
Lords members complete detailed scrutiny of the bill with ticket re-sale sites and on-demand video subscriptions on the agenda. Catch up
08 February 2024
Automated Vehicles Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Legal framework for the safe deployment of self-driving vehicles on the agenda in report-stage debate. Catch up
07 February 2024
Lords concludes examination of Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill
Final chance to 'tidy up' bill. Find out more
31 January 2024
Main Lords debate of Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill
Members discuss government proposals to send people arriving in the UK by unlawful routes to the central African nation. Catch up
30 January 2024
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