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House of Lords meets on 30 December
The House considered legislation relating to the UK’s future relationship with the EU and new Coronavirus regulations.
31 December 2020
Announcement of EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement allows no deal to be averted but significant change still imminent, says Committee
In a unanimously agreed report, the cross-party Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union has published its initial assessment
30 December 2020
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Committee urges post-legislative scrutiny of EU future relationship bill
The Constitution Committee publishes its report on the European Union (Future Relationship) Bill
29 December 2020
Report warns food prices may rise as a result of curbs on workers in the food supply chain
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee publishes the conclusion to its Labour in the Food Supply Chain inquiry
22 December 2020
Committee reports on EU state aid rules and future cross-border police co-operation
The European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 16 December 2020
18 December 2020
Episode 2, part 2: with Lord Teverson and Baroness Campbell of Surbiton
Listen to the House of Lords Podcast with Lord Teverson and Baroness Campbell of Surbiton. In this episode, we discuss disability rights, the environment and the EU.
18 December 2020
Progress needed on delivering common frameworks
Common Frameworks Scrutiny Committee writes to Minister for the Constitution and Devolution
17 December 2020
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Committee writes to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Rt Hon. Michael Gove) regarding UK-EU Joint Committee meeting
Committee writes to Rt Hon. Michael Gove about UK-EU Joint Committee meeting on implementation of the NI Protocol.
17 December 2020
Committee questions Michael Gove and Transition Task Force officials as negotiations continue
Committee to hold a virtual evidence session with Michael Gove MP and representatives from the Cabinet Office’s Transition Task Force
17 December 2020
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Inquiry on post-Brexit UK-EU law enforcement and security cooperation
the The EU Security and Justice today launches a brief inquiry into the outcome of the current UK-EU future relationship negotiations
17 December 2020
Evidence sessions on Brexit negotiations and UK-EU security co-operation
The Home Affairs Committee scrutinises final readiness for implementation of the UK’s future security relationship with the EU
16 December 2020
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Lords persuades government to think again on devolved powers after Brexit
United Kingdom Internal Market Bill returns to the Commons for agreement
16 December 2020
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Lords Liaison Committee recommends new committees
The Committee recommends the establishment of several new committees, to complete its review of committees
15 December 2020
Committee reports on Airbus-Boeing dispute, and UK access to firearms data
The European Scrutiny Committee considers recent draft EU legislation and policy documents deposited in Parliament by the Government
15 December 2020
European Scrutiny Committee questions Minister on Channel Tunnel future arrangements
The Committee will question Rachel Maclean MP, Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Transport, on the operation of the Channel Tunnel after the end of the post-Brexit transition period.
11 December 2020
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