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

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Remand prisoners: Committee sees mixed Government response to report
Sir Bob Neill MP, has expressed disappointment that the government has declined to follow its recommendations
31 March 2023
Five short debates in the Lords
Members discuss climate change policies, supported housing, performing arts, transport investment and prison officer retirement ages. Catch up
31 March 2023
Committee Corridor: A criminal justice system in crisis?
A significant backlog of Crown Court cases hitting more than 60,000 by September 2022; the highest rate of prisoners on remand for 50 years and court buildings in poor repair. Committee Corridor continues its series on human rights and justice, asking whether the criminal justice system in England and Wales in crisis.
16 March 2023
Lords International Women's Day debate
Members discuss steps to support the education of women and girls in the UK and worldwide. Find out more
10 March 2023
Strikes Bill fails to meet human rights obligations - JCHR
Committee publishes their report on Legislative scrutiny: Strikes (Minimum Service Level) Bill 2022-23
06 March 2023
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Committee launches follow-up inquiry on post-Brexit security cooperation
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee launches a follow-up inquiry into post-Brexit UK-EU cooperation on law enforcement and criminal justice.
03 March 2023
Committee Corridor: Does the Human Rights Act need to be reformed?
In the latest episode of Committee Corridor, Joanna Cherry is joined by guests Professor Francesca Klug, Baroness Sarah Ludford and David Simmonds MP to discuss the impact of the landmark 1998 Human Rights Act and Government proposals to reform how human rights are protected in the UK. Its focus is the question: does the Human Rights Act need to be reformed?
02 March 2023
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MPs to debate registered sex offenders changing their name
MPs to debate registered sex offenders changing their name
24 February 2023
Three short debates in the Lords
Members discuss Police & Crime Panels, rural health care and UK-Iran relations. Catch up
24 February 2023
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Westminster Hall to hold a debate on human rights and religious minorities in Sudan
MPs to hold a debate on human rights and religious minorities in Sudan
20 February 2023
Committee Corridor: Heart-breaking trauma of adoption practices between 1949-76 laid bare in latest episode
Episode three looks at the trauma from the adoption of children of unmarried mothers
16 February 2023
Committee Corridor: Modern slavery in the UK
Welcome to a brand new season of Committee Corridor. Last season we looked at the cost-of-living crisis, and how it affects everyone living in Britain. This season we turn our attention to what select committees are doing to ensure that human rights of everyone in the UK are protected.
02 February 2023
House of Lords celebrates LGBT+ History Month
During LGBT+ History Month, discover the role House of Lords members play to remove barriers and raise awareness for LGBT+ rights
01 February 2023
New series, new host: Committee Corridor podcast returns on February 2
The third series will be hosted by the Chair of the Joint Committee on Human Rights, Joanna Cherry MP
30 January 2023
Lords Committee calls for action on SLAPPs
The Communications and Digital Committee writes to the Ministry of Justice, HM Treasury and DCMS.
26 January 2023
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