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Human rights news from UK Parliament.

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Census (Return Particulars and Removal of Penalties) Bill: third reading
Highlighting voluntary questions on agenda
27 June 2019
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NHS England Commissioner questioned regarding Whorlton Hall and St Andrews
Chair of UK Parliament's Human Rights Committee writes to Chief Executive
20 June 2019
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Trade Secretary update on High Court ruling on Saudi Arabia trade
Liam Fox adresses Commons on export licenses
20 June 2019
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Committee hears evidence on the impact of Brexit on refugees
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 19 June at 11.15am
19 June 2019
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Lords debates gender equality, women's rights and health
Peers consider UK's international role
18 June 2019
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Tech UK, ICO, journalists and academics give evidence to new inquiry
Is the collection, use and storage of data by private companies a threat to human rights?
17 June 2019
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Lords discuss inequality since financial crisis
Members debate income, wealth and living standards since 2008
14 June 2019
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Statement on Hong Kong following violent protests
Anti-Extradition Bill protestors stormed Government buildings in Hong Kong
13 June 2019
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Whorlton Hall: Care Quality Commission leadership questioned
The Care Quality Commission's Chief Executive and Deputy Chief Inspector (Mental Health) will meet with the Committee in early June
12 June 2019
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Cross-party motion on Brexit, tabled by the Opposition, is defeated
Subjects for debate chosen by the Labour Party
12 June 2019
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Justice Minister questioned as part of Rights after Brexit inquiry
EU Justice Sub-Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 11June at 10.45am
11 June 2019
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NDAs: Government must end cover-up culture over discrimination and harassment cases
Women and Equalities Committee publishes report on the use of non-disclosure agreements in discrimination cases
11 June 2019
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Equality and Human Rights Commission questioned on their role
Women and Equalities Committee examines regulator's enforcement powers, the role of other bodies, the cost of legal aid and courts
04 June 2019
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Detention of children and adults with learning disabilities/autism examined
JCHR questions Norman Lamb MP and Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP on the detention of children and adults with learning disabilities/autism
03 June 2019
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‘It's time to act' over ‘appalling abuse' of vulnerable adults
JCHR Chair writes to Health Secretary regarding abuse towards vulnerable adults at a hospital in County Durham
23 May 2019
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