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Building Safety Bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
27 April 2022
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Air quality concerns - Neil Parish MP letter to government
The letter is published on the Committee website.
27 April 2022
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Government concede to BEIS Committee recommendations to protect and compensate Horizon sub-postmasters
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee publishes Government response to Post Office and Horizon Interim Report
27 April 2022
Justice Committee calls for renewed focus to tackle endemic capacity issues in courts
The Justice Committee publishes a report on court capacity
27 April 2022
Government rejects Scottish representation in UKRI and widening the Turing Scheme
Scottish Affairs Committee publishes Government response to Universities and Scotland report
27 April 2022
PAC says government “complacent” about preventing “eye-watering” levels of fraud in the Covid Bounceback Loan Scheme
Public Accounts Committee publishes follow-up report on the Bounce Back Loans Scheme:
27 April 2022
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Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 26 April 2022
Petitions Committee publishes petitions considered
26 April 2022
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Treasury and British Business Bank questioned on Covid loan fraud
The Treasury Committee questions senior officials from the Treasury and the British Business Bank
26 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
Anne-Marie Trevelyan backtracks on trade deal scrutiny
Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP refuses to confirm that MPs will have time to publish their analysis of the Australia trade deal
26 April 2022
Justice Minister and leading legal voices to be questioned on legal aid policy
Justice Minister to be questioned on legal aid policy
26 April 2022
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The work of the Secretary of State examined
Transport Select Committee examines the work and current priorities for the transport sector
26 April 2022
Fight against spiking hampered by lack of understanding and poor victim support
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on Spiking
26 April 2022
Minister questioned on Northern Ireland Protocol and customs check plans
European Scrutiny Committee examines Government plans to disapply the Northern Ireland Protocol
25 April 2022
UK-Australia trade deal: Outlook for UK farming, food and drink examined
International Trade Committee hears from the Trade and Agriculture Commission and representatives from the UK agriculture, food and drink sectors
25 April 2022
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