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Nusrat Ghani comments on Foreign Secretary measures on forced labour in Xinjiang
The lead member for the Forced labour in UK value chains inquiry has responded to Dominic Raab's statement on the Government’s response to the forced labour in Xinjiang.
12 January 2021
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Lords debates UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Members debate the agreement setting out the future relationship on Friday 8 January
08 January 2021
International Trade Committee launches inquiry into inward foreign direct investment
International Trade Committee launches inquiry into inward foreign direct investment
18 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
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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
Report: “No prosperity without justice: the UK’s relationship with Iran”
The Foreign Affairs Committee has published its report on the UK’s relationship with Iran. The report highlights the need for the UK Government to foster a long-term, international response that addresses Iran’s wider destabilising activities.
16 December 2020
Forced labour in UK value chains – Nusrat Ghani responds to BBC report on labour in China’s Xinjiang cotton fields
Committee member Nusrat Ghani MP comments on use of 'slave labour' in Xinjiang cotton fields in response to BBC investigation
15 December 2020
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Future of the International Development Committee confirmed
The leader of the House of Commons has confirmed that the International Development Committee will continue scrutinising the work of Government
09 December 2020
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on UK-Qatar relations
MPs to hold a general debate on UK-Qatar relations in Westminster Hall
04 December 2020
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Committee paper sets out areas of EU-related activity in which scrutiny by Parliament will be needed from 1 January 2021
Future Parliamentary Scrutiny of EU law
01 December 2020
Lords debates UK-Japan Trade Agreement
Members discuss new Comprehensive Economic Partnership
27 November 2020
Agreements on spaceports and fisheries reported for special attention
The International Agreements Sub-Committee publishes report on three international agreements
27 November 2020
Committee announce scrutiny of COP26 & publication of report
On Tuesday 1 December, the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee will hold an evidence hearing on the Government’s leadership and preparations for the COP26 climate conference.
26 November 2020
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