Skip to main content
Menu

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.

Find out more about:

Health services and medicine

Health services and medicine news from UK Parliament.

Total results 843 (page 1 of 57)
MPs to hold a debate on Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman report on Women’s State Pension age
MPs to hold a debate on Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman report on Women’s State Pension age
13 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on mental health and long-term conditions
MPs to hold a debate on mental health and long-term conditions
13 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on inequalities in dementia services
MPs to hold a debate on inequalities in dementia services
13 May 2024
Government response on need for greater protection for tenants in unhealthy homes lacks urgency
Health and Social Care Committee publishes Government response to Prevention in health and social care: Healthy places report
09 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on Global health agencies and vaccine-preventable deaths
MPs to hold a debate on Global health agencies and vaccine-preventable deaths
07 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on Glaucoma and community optometry
MPs to hold a debate on glaucoma and community optometry
29 April 2024
MPs to hold a debate on health inequalities in liver disease and liver cancer
MPs to hold a debate on health inequalities in liver disease and liver cancer
22 April 2024
Long-term sustainability of NHS discussed in the Lords
Members debate funding systems and delivery of comprehensive health and social care. Catch up
19 April 2024
New inquiry on NHS leadership, performance and patient safety begins hearing evidence
The first session of this inquiry will start by looking at progress on two reviews of how leadership and patient safety are managed in the NHS
11 April 2024
WEC calls on Ministers to ‘radically increase’ sexual health services funding amid ‘red flag’ STI data on young people
The Women and Equalities Committee says the Government has “failed to heed” warnings over adequately funding sexual health services amid “deeply concerning” data on STIs in young people
26 March 2024
Comment on Government Response to Joint Committee’s report on the draft Mental Health Bill
Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Health Bill: Government Response published
25 March 2024
PA-NHS-logo-standard.jpg
Government still to fully implement agreed actions to improve patient safety after nine years, warns Committee’s Expert Panel
Government still to fully implement agreed actions to improve patient safety after nine years, warns Committee’s Expert Panel
22 March 2024
Four short debates in the Lords
A national housing strategy, the AUKUS agreement, burying overhead transmission lines and health workers in Myanmar up for debate in the House of Lords. Catch up
01 March 2024
Total results 843 (page 1 of 57)