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Crime, civil law, justice and rights

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

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Ministers questioned on gendered economic impact of coronavirus
Women and Equalities Committee considers how the economic impact of Covid-19 has been different for men and women
03 November 2020
Committee Chair Stephen Timms comments on latest on Pensions Wise and the Pensions Dashboard programme
Comments come as Government announce Pension Wise service and publication of progress report on Pensions Dashboards Programme
28 October 2020
Women and Equalities Committee launches new inquiry into Gender Recognition Act reform and more
Committee launch inquiry into Government's Gender Recognition Act reforms
28 October 2020
Sentencing Council consultation on sentencing guidelines for firearms offences
Committee to publish report on sentencing guidelines for firearms offences
23 October 2020
Committee launches new Economic Crime inquiry
Inquiry will explore progress made on previously examined areas including money laundering and consumers as victims of economic crime
23 October 2020
PACAC launches survey to invite public views on constitutional reform
Fill out our survey to have your views heard on a proposed Commission on the Constitution, Democracy and Rights
21 October 2020
UK Internal Market Bill violates the rule of law and threatens to undermine devolution arrangements, says Committee
The Committee publishes its report on the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill
16 October 2020
Committee take evidence on young and novice drivers
Questions will examine high collision rates, social mobility and driving, and potential policy interventions
15 October 2020
Committee take evidence on The Coroner Service in England and Wales
Committee will put questions to local government and charity officials on the effectiveness and capacity of the Coroner Service
15 October 2020
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Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill completes passage through both Houses
The bill will become law following Royal Assent
15 October 2020
Evidence session with Wendy Williams on Windrush Lessons Learned Review
The Home Affairs Committee explores the key findings and recommendations of the report
13 October 2020
Experts and practitioners questioned on the future of the National Probation Service
The Justice Committee examines the second major reform of Probation Service in recent years
12 October 2020
US approach to Open Skies and New START endangers strategic stability
The International Relations and Defence Committee writes to the Minister of State at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
12 October 2020
Committee ask Government to disclose Croughton Annex agreement
The EU International Agreements Sub-Committee writes to the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs
09 October 2020
Safeguards needed to bolster justice in private prosecutions
The Justice Committee report on Private prosecutions: safeguards published
02 October 2020
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