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Foreign Affairs Committee hosts Northern Neighbours Conference
Foreign Affairs Committee hosts Norther Neighbours Conference
16 June 2022
Privileges Committee publish further report on select committee powers following consultation
Committee of Privileges sets out revised proposals
16 June 2022
Anne-Marie Trevelyan accused of disrespecting Parliament on UK-Australia trade deal
The International Trade Committee write to the Secretary of State
16 June 2022
Inquiry examining geothermal technologies launched
Environmental Audit Committee to look at the role geothermal technologies can play in the UK’s journey to net zero
16 June 2022
Treasury Committee urges Government to remember lessons of financial crisis in report on Future of Financial Services Regulation
Treasury Committee publishes report on the future of financial services regulation
16 June 2022
Private Members’ Bills presented to Parliament as MPs attempt to make their mark on the law
The Presentation of Private Members’ Bills took place today in the House of Commons Chamber
15 June 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes Second Report
The Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes its 2nd Report
15 June 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes First Report
The Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes its 1st Report
15 June 2022
Committee examines whether current local journalism business models are sustainable
Due to other Parliamentary business, the session on sustainability of local journalism will not now take place today as scheduled. 
15 June 2022
Use of cages for farmed animals debated by MPs
The petition received more than 109,000 signatures.
15 June 2022
What about Scotland? UK Government fails to acknowledge unique position of airports in Scotland connecting people
The Scottish Affairs Committee publishes the Government's response to it's report on airports in Scotland
15 June 2022
Low student satisfaction and rising deficits spell trouble for higher education in England
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the financial sustainability of the higher education sector in England
15 June 2022
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Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 14 June 2022
Petitions Committee publishes decisions considered
14 June 2022
Work and Pensions Committee to examine auto-enrolment pension contributions and pensions for gig-economy and self-employed workers
MPs are expected to examine whether the UK’s pension system is still fit for purpose
14 June 2022
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Joint statement from the House of Lords and House of Commons Commissions
Joint Statement by the Commons and Lords Commissions
14 June 2022
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