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Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Climate change news from UK Parliament.

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Animal Welfare (Livestock Exports) Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Members discuss changes to the list of livestock included in the bill in report stage. Catch up
09 May 2024
Automated Vehicles Bill completes journey through Parliament
Members consider Commons changes on Welsh ministers as draft legislation set to become law.
09 May 2024
Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill begins detailed scrutiny in the Lords
Lords discuss banning flaring and venting for new offshore installations during line by line scrutiny of the bill. Catch up
24 April 2024
Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill debated in the Lords
Members discuss draft law to regulate licensing rounds for North Sea oil. Catch up
27 March 2024
Astronomer Royal Lord Rees of Ludlow: Lord Speaker's Corner
Hear from the Astronomer Royal, Lord Rees of Ludlow, on topics from AI to bioethics, ending manned space flight and why we should focus on climate change instead of trying to live on Mars
26 March 2024
“A code red for humanity”? How should the UK Government tackle the security threats posed by climate change?
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has launched a new inquiry, ‘Climate change and security’
18 March 2024
New inquiry on methane launched by Lords Committee
The Environment and Climate Change Committees launches an inquiry into methane.
08 March 2024
Lords concludes examination of Automated Vehicles Bill
Final chance to 'tidy-up' bill. Catch up
20 February 2024
The UK’s electric vehicle strategy needs a rapid recharge says Lords Committee
The Environment and Climate Change Committee publishes its report on electric vehicles
06 February 2024
Government plan urgently needed to address “the silent killer” of heatwaves
Environmental Audit Committee publishes Heat resilience and sustainable cooling report
31 January 2024
James Gray MP talks of his experience leading the Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research during evidence gathering visit to Antarctica
James Gray MP, Chair of the Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research, writes about his experience gathering evidence for the Committee in Antarctica
24 January 2024
Threats to UK biodiversity at heart of Lords debate
Members discuss infectious disease threats to human, animal and plant health. Catch up
19 January 2024
Members of the House of Lords participating in a debate
Short debates in the Lords
Climate change, integration of refugees, religious education in schools, the adoption of new vaccines and parity of health and social care to address dementia on agenda. Catch up
12 January 2024
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