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Unemployment news from UK Parliament.

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Lords examines Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill at report stage
Lords completes check and change
24 June 2020
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CBI among witnesses as Peers probe COVID-19 lessons for public services
Public Services Committee talk to CBI, charities and private sector on Wednesday 24 June at 3.00pm
22 June 2020
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Urgent question on Government's strategy to protect jobs and the economy
Anneliese Dodds MP asked an urgent question in light of changes to the furlough scheme
16 June 2020
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Lords questions government in oral questions on 5 May
Virtual questions session discussing the impact of Covid-19
04 May 2020
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Work and Pensions Committee questions Secretary of State on DWP response to coronavirus
Dr Thérèse Coffey MP will be questioned on how her Department is responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
20 March 2020
Ministers from the Treasury questioned on employment support
Greg Clark MP has asked an urgent question to the Treasury on employment support during coronavirus
19 March 2020
Lords debates educational opportunities
Members focus on children from working class backgrounds
06 March 2020
Lords debates post-18 education and funding
Members discuss review led by Philip Augar
03 July 2019
Lords discuss inequality since financial crisis
Members debate income, wealth and living standards since 2008
14 June 2019
Members discuss latest employment figures
Lords debates government plans to increase employment rates
07 June 2019
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Lords debates equal opportunities for young people
Members consider quality of life
17 May 2019
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No escape from benefit cap for 82% of affected households
Work and Pensions Committee report on the benefit cap published
12 March 2019
Four short debates in the Lords
Discussions cover Ukraine, gas safety, terminally ill workers and religious education
18 December 2018
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