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Home Affairs Committee Chair writes to Home Secretary on Police and Crime Commissioners
The Home Affairs Committee has written to the Home Secretary, Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, with key findings from its inquiry into Police and Crime Commissioners
14 March 2024
Levelling-Up Committee questions Minister for inquiry on disabled people in the housing sector
Levelling-Up Committee questions Minister for inquiry on disabled people in the housing sector
14 March 2024
SITC “bemused” by Government claims on lack of specialist laboratory capacity in UK
The Government has published its response to SITC’s January report on the life-and-limb saving potential of bacteriophages
14 March 2024
Lords asks government to think again on Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill
Members discuss ban on foreign ownership of UK newspapers as report stage examination concludes. Catch up
14 March 2024
Invest in our green spaces, say MPs
The EFRA Committee argues that green spaces should be a much higher priority, and calls for reforms to encourage more investment into green infrastructure.
14 March 2024
MPs launch new inquiry into multibillion pound regional investment deals for Scotland
Scottish Affairs Committee launches City Region and Growth Deals inquiry
14 March 2024
Sub-Committee: Only UK Govt stands in the way of Chagossian resettlement
Foreign Affairs Sub-Committee on the British Overseas Territories today publishes correspondence
14 March 2024
Home Office “robbing the UK’s greatly reduced foreign aid budget of billions of pounds a year” says IDC Chair
International Development Committee Chair comments on the amount of total UK aid spending currently being allocated to the Home Office
13 March 2024
Liaison Committee maps out themes for forthcoming PM session
Rishi Sunak to be questioned by the Liaison Committee on Tuesday, 26 March
13 March 2024
Post Office legislation must include provisions on legally-binding timeframes – Liam Byrne
Post Office legislation must include provisions on legally-binding timeframes – Liam Byrne
13 March 2024
Defence Committee publishes Grey Zone written evidence
Defence Committee publishes written evidence received as part of its inquiry into Defence in the Grey Zone
13 March 2024
Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill completes Lords stages
Lords takes final chance to 'tidy-up' bill. Catch up
13 March 2024
FCDO and Civil Societies inquiry launched
International Development Committee launches new inquiry
13 March 2024
Support for distressed companies: Government must be a step ahead of next crisis
Public Accounts Committee report calls on the Government to do more to monitor the financial resilience of sectors and companies
13 March 2024
Government must ‘act now’ on energy storage or risk energy security and Net Zero
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee publishes report - Long-duration energy storage: get on with it
13 March 2024
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