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Mel Stride comments on Supreme Court ruling on business interruption insurance
Comments come in response to Supreme Court judgement in the Financial Conduct Authority's business interruption insurance test case
15 January 2021
BBC soft power, G7 and more in Lords questions
Members continue to question government action Monday 18 to Thursday 21
15 January 2021
NI Secretary quizzed on Brexit impact on NI-GB trade and security
Brandon Lewis questioned by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee on the implications of Brexit
15 January 2021
Inquiry on the future UK-EU relations on trade in services launched
The EU Services Sub-Committee today invites written contributions to its new inquiry into the future of UK-EU relations on trade in services.
15 January 2021
Lords asks government to think again on Medicines and Medical Devices Bill
Members vote on disclosure of information
15 January 2021
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Lords debates non-domestic ratings bills
Members discuss rating lists and public lavatories
15 January 2021
BEIS Secretary of State and COP 26 President to appear before Committee
BEIS Secretary of State Kwasi Kwarteng and Alok Sharma, COP 26 President to appear before Committee
15 January 2021
Lords examines Trade Bill at third reading
Devolved administrations on agenda
15 January 2021
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Concerted Government effort could improve health in old age, finds Lords Committee
Science and Technology Committee publish report "Ageing: Science, Technology and Healthy Living"
15 January 2021
Transport experts and officials to be questioned on reforming public transport after the pandemic
MPs to examine lessons from other governments and transport authorities on their responses to the covid-19 pandemic
14 January 2021
Petitions Committee Chair urges Government to urgently make plans to restart petitions debates
Committee Chair disappointment over lack of virtual debates while Westminster Hall is closed
14 January 2021
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Committee approves appointment of Antony Jenkins and John Taylor to Prudential Regulation Committee
The Treasury Committee publishes two reports on the appointments of Antony Jenkins and John Taylor to the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Committee
14 January 2021
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MPs call in top record labels Sony, Warner and Universal in music streaming inquiry
Committee to question major record labels as part of inquiry into the economics of music streaming
14 January 2021
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