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Pharmaceutical industry to answer questions on post-Brexit NI drug supply
Questions will be put to senior officials from the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
09 November 2020
Government officials questioned on arms export controls: Initial review
Committees on Arms Export Controls examines the consequences for the arms export control system of the DfID/FCO merger
03 November 2020
Committee questions Minister on points-based immigration system, EU Settlement Scheme and Hong Kong visa offer
Evidence session will question Minister for Future Borders and Immigration
03 November 2020
Gweinidogion yn wynebu cwestiynau Pwyllgor am fasnach yng Nghymru yn sgil Brexit
Mae Pwyllgor Materion Cymru yn archwilio trafodaethau masnach gyda'r UE a gwledydd y tu allan i'r UE a'u goblygiadau i Gymru
02 November 2020
Ministers to face Committee questions on Wales’ post-Brexit trade
Welsh Affairs Committee examines trade negotiations with the EU and non-EU countries and their implications for Wales
02 November 2020
Crime agencies questioned on cross-border security probe
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee examines Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit
02 November 2020
Concerns about the supply of pharmaceuticals to Northern Ireland
The EU Environment Sub-Committee writes to Edward Agar MP, Minister at the Department for Health and Social Care with their concerns for the supply of pharmaceuticals to Northern Ireland
29 October 2020
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Nuclear regulator congratulated on its preparations for the end of transition
The Sub-committee writes to the Department for Work and Pensions Minister, regarding the Office for Nuclear Regulation’s (ONR’s) preparations for the end of the transition period
28 October 2020
Call for evidence reopened after UK-Japan deal publication
The International Agreements Sub-Committee is reopening its call for evidence for the UK-Japan trade negotiations inquiry
23 October 2020
Inquiry launched on UK common frameworks after Brexit
UK common frameworks programme after Brexit inquiry launches
23 October 2020
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Treasury Committee seeks update on UK’s customs preparedness for end of Brexit transition
The Treasury Committee took evidence from the Minister of State at the Cabinet Office and HM Treasury
23 October 2020
Committee reports on Gibraltar-Spain border arrangements and European Investment Bank
In its latest report, the European Scrutiny Committee considers recent draft EU legislation and policy documents about EU identity cards and InvestEU deposited in Parliament by the Government.
21 October 2020
Government should remove Part 5 of the UK Internal Market Bill
Report on United Kingdom Internal Market Bill published
16 October 2020
UK Internal Market Bill violates the rule of law and threatens to undermine devolution arrangements, says Committee
The Committee publishes its report on the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill
16 October 2020
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Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill completes passage through both Houses
The bill will become law following Royal Assent
15 October 2020
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