European Union news from UK Parliament.
Loyalist perspectives on the NI Protocol
Committee to continue its examination of loyalist perspectives of the Northern Ireland Protocol
07 June 2021
Committee publishes Government response to Trade Remedies report
The International Trade Committee publishes the Government’s response to its report on UK trade remedies policy.
28 May 2021
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Members discuss foreign affairs and defence on the last of five days of debate on the Queen's Speech. Find out more
20 May 2021
Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 18 May 2021
The Petitions Committee considered all e-petitions which had, before 13 May 2021, had reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response. The Committee also considered a number of e-petitions with over 100,000 signatures that were awaiting debate.
19 May 2021
Committee welcomes EU science cooperation
European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered by the Committee on 12 May 2021
18 May 2021
Lord Dunlop and Michael Gove questioned on the Dunlop Review
Four select committees hold a joint evidence session
18 May 2021
NIAC to question loyalist group on NI Protocol and recent unrest
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into the Northern Ireland Protocol.
17 May 2021
How has Brexit affected moving horses and pets in and out of the UK?
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee will hold the second evidence session of its inquiry into moving animals across borders.
13 May 2021
Ministers questioned on compatibility of nationality rules with Good Friday Agreement
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee explores citizenship and passport processes in Northern Ireland
11 May 2021
Highlights from the 2019-21 session in the Lords
Read more about the House's work checking and revising legislation, debating key issues, and scrutinising the decisions and actions of the government.
07 May 2021
Oliver Dowden pressed on progress of online harms legislation
MPs will question the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in a wide-ranging hearing on pressing issues covered by the Department.
07 May 2021
Overseas operations bill concludes parliamentary stages
Lords discusses torture offences and duty of care to service personnel. Find out more
29 April 2021
EU proposals on ‘Big Tech’ could have significant impact on UK
The European Scrutiny Committee publishes documents considered on 21 April 2021
27 April 2021
Minister questioned on failure to resolve barriers to creative work
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee questions Lord Frost on Government failure to resolve barriers to creative work in the EU
26 April 2021
Committee examines UK-EU trading relationship
The International Trade Committee explores the level playing field provisions of the UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement
22 April 2021