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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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Courts news from UK Parliament.

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Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill debated in the Lords
Members discuss draft law to quash postmaster convictions. Catch up
14 May 2024
Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill completes Lords line by line scrutiny
Members examine proposed changes at committee stage. Find out more
30 April 2024
Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill debated in the Lords
Members discuss draft law to reverse Supreme Court decision on damages-based agreements. Catch up
16 April 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
Lords debates Victims and Prisoners Bill
Members consider an Independent Public Advocate. Catch up
19 December 2023
Committee Corridor podcast: The impact of declining local journalism
How do we hold local Government and public services to account for the decisions that affect our everyday lives without local media? And what does it mean for our understanding of institutions like the courts if we don't engage with coverage? 
30 June 2023
Four short debates in the Lords
Members discuss prisons and probation, grey squirrels, British Overseas Territories and assistive technology in education. Catch up
26 May 2023
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
A busy House of Lords chamber looking towards the throne
2022 in the House of Lords
Catch up on a packed year in the Lords with 5,244 changes to 100 bills, plus questions and debates in over 3,350 hours of business.
19 December 2022
Busy House of Lords chamber
Short debates in the Lords
Members debate indefinite sentences, pharmaceutical research, careers in horticulture, corruption in the UK and the National Heritage Act 1983. Catch up
14 October 2022
Justice Minister questioned on improving prison conditions
The Justice Committee takes evidence from prisons minister Victoria Atkins MP on Wednesday 25 May
23 May 2022
Committee takes evidence on Government’s proposals to tackle SLAPPs
MPs to explore the case for reform to tackle strategic lawsuits against public participation
06 May 2022
image of a police officer on duty
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill completes passage through parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
29 April 2022
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