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Adult Social Care needs immediate funding injection and long-term plan, says Levelling Up Committee
Committee publishes report on Long-term funding of adult social care
04 August 2022
Unfocused UK science and technology strategy risks “science superpower” becoming an empty slogan
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee publishes it report “'Science and technology superpower': more than a slogan?"
04 August 2022
MPs question Government inaction on 'cruel' legislation targeting certain dog breeds
MPs question Government inaction on 'cruel' legislation targeting certain dog breeds
03 August 2022
Joint Committee on the Draft Mental Health Bill call for evidence
The Joint Committee has issued a call for evidence and a survey for their inquiry into the draft Mental Health Bill
01 August 2022
A creative future – inquiry launch
The Communications and Digital Committee is launching an inquiry into the future of the UK’s creative industries. The Committee invites written contributions by 2 September. 
28 July 2022
Where have all the workers gone? Economic Affairs Committee launches new inquiry
Economic Affairs Committee launches new inquiry on labour shortages
28 July 2022
New Report: MPs call for new Menopause Ambassador to keep women in the workplace
New Report: MPs call for new Menopause Ambassador to keep women in the workplace
28 July 2022
Act now to prepare our nation’s defences
Committee publishes its report “The Integrated Review, Defence in a Competitive Age and the Defence and Security Industrial Strategy”
28 July 2022
EAC calls for rapid implementation of environmental principles in policymaking across Government
EAC calls for rapid implementation of environmental principles in policymaking across Government
28 July 2022
UK and EU urged to reset dialogue on the Protocol to rebuild trust and damaged relationships
The Sub-Committee on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland has published a follow-up report on the impact of the Protocol. The report finds that the Protocol is having a ‘feast or famine’ economic impact
27 July 2022
Pause deductions from benefits to ease cost of living crisis, MPs say
27 July 2022
Transport Committee: Government must revisit decisions on Integrated Rail Plan
Transport Committee: Government must revisit decisions on Integrated Rail Plan
27 July 2022
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Slow progress in improving support for women in prison
Justice Committee publishes report on women in prison
26 July 2022
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