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Human rights news from UK Parliament.

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Lords debates Northern Ireland abortion regulations
Members discussed NI Assembly rulings and 'negative stereotypes'
16 June 2020
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Security Minister questioned about progress of UK-EU future relationship negotiations
Security and Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 16 June at 10:00am
09 June 2020
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COVID-19 no excuse for ignoring the constitutional challenges of Brexit
The Constitution Committee publishes report on Brexit legislation: constitutional issues
09 June 2020
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Committee calls for evidence into COVID-19's impact on the courts
Constitution Committee launches call for evidence on COVID-19 and the courts inquiry
08 June 2020
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Lords questions government on press freedom, Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter movement on 8 June
Watch live on Parliament TV from 2.30pm
08 June 2020
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Impact of the coronavirus crisis on the human rights of autistic people: evidence session
Committee to take evidence on the impact that the coronavirus crisis has had on the human rights on those who have autism/learning disabilities
18 May 2020
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Lords discusses Windrush Compensation Scheme
Members debate government plans to recompense deported citizens
07 May 2020
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Lords debates challenges facing charitable and voluntary sector
Members discuss fundraising issues caused by Covid-19 pandemic
01 May 2020
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Lords discusses impact of Covid-19 on prisoners
Members debate offender rehabilitation programmes
24 April 2020
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Lords examines emergency Covid-19 legislation
Coronavirus Bill becomes law
26 March 2020
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Lords debates UN Sustainable Development Goals
Members discuss reduction in road traffic accidents
20 March 2020
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Ministers questioned by David Lammy on deportation flight to Jamaica
David Lammy MP asks the Home Office an urgent question on the planned deportation flight to Jamaica
10 February 2020
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Is the EU Settlement Scheme working for children in care?
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 4 February at 10.45am
04 February 2020
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