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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
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Overseas operations bill concludes parliamentary stages
Lords discusses torture offences and duty of care to service personnel. Find out more
29 April 2021
Foreign Affairs Committee launches new inquiry into crisis in Myanmar
Committee launches new inquiry into crisis in Myanmar
29 April 2021
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Lords debates reduction in UK development aid
Members discuss impact on achieving the objectives outlined in the Integrated Review. Find out more
29 April 2021
Things Come Together - FAC launch inquiry into Global Britain and the Nigeria-UK relationship
Committee launches an inquiry on the relationship between the UK and Nigeria
28 April 2021
Lords debates UK-Turkey free trade agreement
Trade with Turkey on agenda
28 April 2021
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Lords debates security, defence, development and foreign policy
Members discuss government review
23 April 2021
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Ministers questioned on digital trade and data
The International Trade Committee holds the final evidence session of its inquiry into digital trade and data
21 April 2021
COP26 provides key moment for transformational diplomacy
The Report highlights COP26 as a key moment in our response to global climate change and as the most significant UN climate summit since Paris in 2015
19 April 2021
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on land rights for religious minorities including Baha'is in Iran
MPs to hold a general debate on land rights for religious minorities including Baha'is in Iran in Westminster Hall
19 April 2021
MPs to hold a debate on a motion on mass human rights abuses and crimes against humanity in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region 
MPs to hold a debate on a motion on mass human rights abuses and crimes against humanity in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
19 April 2021
UK Turkey Agreement reported for special attention
The International Agreements Committee has published a report on a Free Trade Agreement with Turkey, an Air Services Agreement with Iceland, and a Headquarters Agreement with the Square Kilometre Array Observatory.
26 March 2021
House of Lords Podcast: fighting for change
Human rights and support for victims of crime are two of the causes this month’s guests campaign for in the Lords. Hear from Lord Alton of Liverpool and Baroness Newlove on what inspires them and how they fight for change in the House of Lords.
26 March 2021
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