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£4 billion of unusable PPE bought in first year of pandemic will be burnt “to generate power”
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the Department of Health and Social Care 2020–21 Annual Report and Accounts
10 June 2022
Prime Minister's adviser questioned on Ministerial Code
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines the recent updates to the Ministerial Code
09 June 2022
MPs scrutinise UK aid through Global Environment Facility
Committee scrutinise UK aid through Global Environment Facility
09 June 2022
Victims Bill examined by Justice Committee in session with commissioners
Justice Committee scrutinises Pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Victims Bill
09 June 2022
Veterans and police representatives questioned on Troubles legacy proposals
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines the provisions in the Bill and current arrangements to investigate Troubles-related deaths
09 June 2022
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Impact of climate change and Ukraine conflict on global supply chains examined
Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy examines global supply chains
09 June 2022
Ministers and UKRI to face questions on diversity and inclusion in STEM
Committee to question the Science Minister, School Standards Minister and Equalities Minister on actions taken by the Government to address diversity and inclusion issues in STEM
09 June 2022
UK Arms Exports in 2019
Committee to hold its final oral evidence session for its inquiry into UK arms exports in 2019
09 June 2022
PM’s speech on extending Right to Buy – Clive Betts, Levelling-Up Committee Chair, responds
Chair of the Levelling-Up Committee comments on PM’s speech on extending Right to Buy
09 June 2022
MPs probe debt crisis in low-income nations
International Development Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 14 June at 2.30pm
09 June 2022
MPs hear from industry and union leaders on military shipbuilding and the future of the sector in Scotland
Committee to hold its first evidence session as part of its Defence in Scotland: Military Shipbuilding inquiry
09 June 2022
MPs to scrutinise sexism in educational settings and music industry as Committee broadens work on Violence Against Women and Girls
MPs to scrutinise sexism in educational settings and music industry
09 June 2022
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Flight cancellations: MPs launch flight chaos survey ahead of questioning airlines and industry bosses
Committee to question airline bosses, unions and aviation industry bodies over flight cancellations
09 June 2022
Treasury Committee publishes Government response to report on impact of Russian sanctions
Government responds to Treasury Committee report on Defeating Putin: the development, implementation and impact of economic sanctions on Russia
09 June 2022
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Negotiations with EU over Gibraltar border ‘no small issue’: MPs launch inquiry
Committee launches an inquiry into the progress of the negotiations with the EU over border and trade arrangements between Spain and Gibraltar
09 June 2022
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