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Long-term sustainability of NHS to be discussed in the Lords
Members debate funding systems and delivery of comprehensive health and social care. Find out more
12 April 2024
Victims and Prisoners Bill to undergo further scrutiny in the Lords
Members discuss changes on anti-social behaviour and violence against women as report stage examination begins. Find out more
12 April 2024
What's on in the Lords 15-19 April
Questions, bills and debates: discover what's coming up in the House of Lords.
12 April 2024
Lords to resume scrutiny of Data Protection and Digital Information Bill
Members discuss changes on the transfer of data between countries as line by line examination continues. Find out more
12 April 2024
Lords debates Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill
Members discuss draft law to reverse Supreme Court decision on damages-based agreements. Find out more
12 April 2024
Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill returns to the Lords
Lords votes on Commons changes to the bill. Catch up
12 April 2024
Lords resumes Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill committee stage
Members discuss changes as line by line scrutiny continues. Find out more
12 April 2024
Justice Committee to hear from legal experts on the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill
Justice Committee to hear from legal experts on the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill
12 April 2024
Government should learn lessons from pandemic to improve communications and counter misinformation
Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes Trusted voices report
12 April 2024
New inquiry on NHS leadership, performance and patient safety begins hearing evidence
The first session of this inquiry will start by looking at progress on two reviews of how leadership and patient safety are managed in the NHS
11 April 2024
MPs want to hear people’s experiences of children’s social care
The Education Committee want to hear from people with lived experience of social services as part of their investigation into how the Government could improve children’s social care
11 April 2024
MPs call for copyright changes and new champion for freelancers to improve precarious pay and working conditions in creative industries
Many musicians, actors, writers and visual artists are struggling to make a living due to gaps in copyright protection, lack of support, and unpredictable returns from streaming, MPs warn
10 April 2024
EAC comment: Chair welcomes details of water restoration fund
The Chair of the Environmental Audit Committee has responded to details announced today of plans to reinvest water company fines directly into water restoration
09 April 2024
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