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Administration of justice news from UK Parliament.

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Lords examines National Security and Investment Bill
Government powers and protection for UK businesses in the spotlight
03 March 2021
Victims’ Commissioner to testify in Justice Committee inquiries
Committee to question Dame Vera Baird, Victims’ Commissioner for England and Wales
01 March 2021
Government urged to deliver on its commitments for Queen’s Speech
Chair of the Liaison committee Sir Bernard Jenkin has written to Jacob Rees-Mogg on legislation awaiting time in the Government’s legislative programme.
19 February 2021
Lords considers Commons changes to the covert intelligence bill
Members discuss safeguards for juveniles and powers of the Judicial Commissioner
10 February 2021
How is Justice done, and how it is paid for, in the time of Covid-19?
Committee to hold a third evidence session in its inquiries into Court Capacity and The Future of Legal Aid
08 February 2021
Committee to question advisory body on court sentencing
MPs to question Chairman and Head of the Office of The Sentencing Council on its work
01 February 2021
Lords debates Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill
Members discuss Geneva conventions, Northern Ireland and exclusion of sexual offences
21 January 2021
Secretary of State questioned on effects of Covid on prisons and courts
Justice Committee examines Coronavirus (COVID-19): The impact on prison, probation and court systems
30 November 2020
Lords debates Fire Safety Bill at third reading
Bill passes to Commons to consider Lords amendments
25 November 2020
The work of the Lord Chief Justice examined
The Justice Committee examines the capacity of the courts system to deal with outstanding cases across the criminal and civil systems in England and Wales
06 November 2020
Prisoners bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill becomes law following Royal Assent
04 November 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
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Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill completes passage through both Houses
The bill will become law following Royal Assent
15 October 2020
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