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Crime news from UK Parliament.

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Lords debates crime and rehabilitation
Causes of crime and the effectiveness of rehabilitation, including the contribution made by the voluntary sector, were in the spotlight on Thursday 30 June. Learn more
30 June 2022
"Morally bankrupt billionaires using the UK as a safe deposit box"
The Foreign Affairs Committee publishes its report The Cost of Complacency: illicit finance and the war in Ukraine.
30 June 2022
Committee Corridor: The UK’s ‘dirty money’
This episode looks at ‘dirty money’ which laundered and invested in the UK.
23 June 2022
MPs to examine impact of pornography industry on attitudes to women and girls
Committee to hold the first evidence session exploring the impact of pornography on attitudes towards women and girls
06 May 2022
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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill completes passage through parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
29 April 2022
Effectiveness of drugs strategy examined in new inquiry
The Home Affairs Committee hears from legal experts, academic and representatives of campaign groups
26 April 2022
Government responds to Joint Committee’s recommended improvements to Online Safety Bill
Online Safety Bill and Government Response to draft Online Safety Bill's report published.
17 March 2022
Treasury Committee Chair comments on Online Safety Bill
Rt. Hon. Mel Stride MP comments on news that the Government will introduce its Online Safety Bill to Parliament
17 March 2022
Work and Pensions Committee Chair Stephen Timms welcomes Government announcement on Online Safety Bill and paid-for adverts
Stephen Timms welcomes the Government's announcement that the forthcoming Online Safety Bill is to impose a new legal duty on social media platforms and search engines to crackdown on scam adverts
09 March 2022
Funding for stalking advocates to be debated by MPs
The petition to increase funding has more than 105,000 signatures
26 January 2022
Committee hears spiking victims’ experiences in new inquiry
The Home Affairs Committee holds the opening session of its new inquiry into spiking
10 January 2022
Former Home Secretary Lord Blunkett questioned by MPs on IPP sentences
MPs on the Justice Committee hear from Lord Blunkett as part of their ongoing inquiry into IPP sentences.
03 December 2021
Lords debates migrants arriving illegally
Members discuss migrants arriving in the UK illegally by boat under. Catch up
26 November 2021
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