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Civil law news from UK Parliament.

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Legal Aid: Govt lacks understanding of costs and benefits of reforms, PAC warns
Legal Aid: Govt lacks understanding of costs and benefits of reforms, PAC warns
24 May 2024
Lords ask government to think again on Victims and Prisoners Bill
Members vote on register and licence conditions for serial perpetrators as report stage concludes. Catch up
22 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
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 line by line scrutiny of Automated Vehicles Bill
Emergency service vehicles on agenda as committee stage wraps up. Find out more
12 January 2024
Lords debates Victims and Prisoners Bill
Members consider an Independent Public Advocate. Catch up
19 December 2023
Lords debates Automated Vehicles Bill at second reading
Members discuss draft law to regulate safe rollout of self-driving vehicles in Great Britain.
29 November 2023
Justice Committee launches new inquiry into probate amid concerns over delays and consumer protection
The Justice Committee has launched a new inquiry into probate, the legal term for sorting out a will, amid concerns over delays in processing applications.
22 November 2023
Lords debates violence against women and girls
Members discuss abuse suffered by women in the UK. Catch up
30 June 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
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
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