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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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Prisons news from UK Parliament.

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Prisons (Interference with Wireless Telegraphy) Bill: third reading
Bills aims to halt unlawful use of mobile phones
13 December 2018
Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn ymweld â ChEM Styal a Chanolfan Merched Gogledd Cymru
12 December 2018
Committee visit HMP Styal and North Wales Women's Centre
Welsh Affairs Committee visit continue inquiry into Welsh prisons
12 December 2018
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Lords debates increase in violent crime
Youth services to combat gang culture under spotlight
30 November 2018
Reform of the prison estate examined
Justice Committee continues inquiry into prison population
13 November 2018
Government is failing its duty of care towards prisoners
Health and Social Care Committee publishes report on healthcare in prison
01 November 2018
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Lords private members' bills
Peers discuss healthcare data, Duchy of Cornwall and mobile phones in prisons
29 October 2018
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Bedford MP questions Government on HMP Bedford following official warning
Urgent question follows official warning about conditions in the prison
13 September 2018
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Shadow Justice Secretary asks about HMP Birmingham
Question asked by Shadow Justice Secretary
04 September 2018
Prison Population 2022: Planning for the future
Justice Committee discusses prison population projections and the impact of reducing reoffending rates
12 July 2018
Conditions and treatment of children in detention examined
Joint Committee on Human Rights begins its inquiry into youth detention
10 July 2018
Minister questioned on mental healthcare in prisons
Health and Social Care Committee hears from Jackie Doyle-Price MP, and National Prison Healthcare Board
10 July 2018
Prison health and social care experts questioned on services
The Prison and Probation Ombudsman, charities, and regulators are questioned on health and wellbeing issues of prisoners
29 June 2018
Chief Inspector and Ombudsman explore conditions for Welsh prisoners
Welsh Affairs Committee holds fourth evidence session of its inquiry into prisons
22 May 2018
Committee questions experts on Transforming Rehabilitation
Justice Committee examines Transforming Rehabilitation
27 February 2018
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