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Huw Irranca-Davies to stand down as Chair
Environmental Audit Committee Chair to stand down on 25 January 2016
20 January 2016
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Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn lansio ymchwiliad i ddyfodol ynni niwclear yng Nghymru
Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn lansio ymchwiliad i adeiladu Wylfa Newyss a pholisi ynni niwclear yng Nghymru
20 January 2016
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Follow-up inquiry on PHSO investigation into HS2 complaints
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee follow-up on PHSO investigation into HS2 complaints
20 January 2016
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The future of nuclear power in Wales inquiry launched
Welsh Affairs Committee launch inquiry into the construction of Wylfa Newydd and the nuclear power policy in Wales
20 January 2016
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What are the issues surrounding Economic and Monetary Union?
EU Financial Affairs Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 20 January at 10.15am
20 January 2016
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HM Inspectorate of Prisons' relationship with the Ministry of Justice
Justice Committee holds one-off session with incoming and outgoing Chief Inspectors of Prisons
20 January 2016
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RSCs: role should be clarified and accountability improved say MPs
Education Committee publishes report on the role of Regional Schools Commissioners
20 January 2016
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Eurostar sell-off raises concerns over handling of public assets
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the sale of Eurostar
20 January 2016
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Tax reporting for small businesses and the self-employed
MPs debate petition on tax reporting for small businesses and the self-employed
19 January 2016
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Operation Stack inquiry launched
Transport Committee announces inquiry on Operation Stack following one-off evidence session
19 January 2016
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Tourism bodies and NI finance Minister questioned in Stormont
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee takes evidence on promoting tourism through the tax system
19 January 2016
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Decisions of the Petitions Committee Tuesday 19 January
View the decisions of the Petitions Committee taken on 19 January 2016
19 January 2016
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Terrorism and countering extremism investigated
Home Affairs Committee takes evidence from counter-terrorism groups
19 January 2016
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Secretary of State explains statement on post-study visas
Scottish Affairs Committee questions Rt Hon David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland
19 January 2016
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Will the draft Finance Bill simplify the personal tax system?
Finance Bill Sub-Committee are inviting written evidence on the draft Finance Bill 2016 to be received by 29 January
19 January 2016
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