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'Chaotic' adult prison education system crying out for overhaul
Committee publishes their report, Prison education.
18 May 2022
Government approach to Covid support “will cost taxpayer billions and billions” in fraud and error
Public Accounts Committee publishes report on the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Annual Report and Accounts 2020–21
18 May 2022
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 17 May 2022
Petitions Committee publishes petitions considered
17 May 2022
Chair comments on news of UK’s first openly gay active male professional footballer
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Chair Julian Knight comments on news of UK’s first openly gay active male professional footballer
17 May 2022
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Latest analysis of EU law changes impacts on UK released by Committee
European Scrutiny Committee publishes considered by the Committee on 11 May 2022
17 May 2022
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Results of survey on impact of body image on mental and physical health inquiry
Health and Social Care Committee survey finds 80% believe their body image has negative impact on mental health
17 May 2022
Experts and businesses questioned on UK-New Zealand trade deal
International Trade Committee examines the impact for the UK’s services and manufacturing sectors 
17 May 2022
Evidence base for UK drugs policy examined
Home Affairs Committee examine how scientific evidence informs the policy and legislative framework used to control access to drugs in the UK
17 May 2022
Ian Mearns MP re-elected as Chair of the Backbench Business Committee
Ian Mearns has been re-elected as the Chair of the Backbench Business Committee
16 May 2022
Prison Education Report
Committee publishes its report on Prison education on Wednesday 18th May
16 May 2022
Private Members’ Bill ballot to be drawn on 19th May
Backbench MPs will have the chance to make their mark on the law if they are successful in Thursday’s Private Members’ Bill ballot.
16 May 2022
Universal Credit and managed migration: Work and Pensions Committee to question charities and policy specialists
MPs will take evidence on the process of moving people claiming benefits onto Universal Credit
16 May 2022
Background information on Specialist Advisers - Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls inquiry
Specialist Advisers - Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls inquiry
16 May 2022
Background information - Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls inquiry
Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls inquiry - further background information
16 May 2022
Former Foreign Office ministers, Jeremy Hunt MP and Alistair Burt, questioned by MPs
The session is part of the Committee's inquiry into the FCDO's approach to state level hostage situations
16 May 2022
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