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'Chaotic' adult prison education system crying out for overhaul
Committee publishes their report, Prison education.
18 May 2022
Experts and businesses questioned on UK-New Zealand trade deal
International Trade Committee examines the impact for the UK’s services and manufacturing sectors 
17 May 2022
Ian Mearns MP re-elected as Chair of the Backbench Business Committee
Ian Mearns has been re-elected as the Chair of the Backbench Business Committee
16 May 2022
Prison Education Report
Committee publishes its report on Prison education on Wednesday 18th May
16 May 2022
Private Members’ Bill ballot to be drawn on 19th May
Backbench MPs will have the chance to make their mark on the law if they are successful in Thursday’s Private Members’ Bill ballot.
16 May 2022
Universal Credit and managed migration: Work and Pensions Committee to question charities and policy specialists
MPs will take evidence on the process of moving people claiming benefits onto Universal Credit
16 May 2022
Government increases its ambition on water quality after decades of inaction
Environmental Audit Committee publishes Government Response to Water Quality in Rivers report
16 May 2022
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Social impact of paramilitarism in Northern Ireland to come under spotlight at Committee session
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee to question academic experts on the impact of the presence of paramilitaries in Northern Ireland on the region and its people
13 May 2022
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Headteachers and experts questioned on low uptake of physics and maths by girls
Science and Technology Committee examines why certain groups of children are underrepresented in STEM subjects
13 May 2022
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Joint Statement released by Co-Chairs of the UK-EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly
After the UK - EU Parliamentary Partnership Assembly (PPA) met in Brussels, its Co-Chairs Nathalie Loiseau and Sir Oliver Heald have released a joint statement.
13 May 2022
Business Committee to examine how government can help firms embrace new technology
Committee to examine the Government's help to grow scheme in a one-off session
13 May 2022
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Coming up in the Commons 16-20 May
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons Chamber 16-20 May
13 May 2022
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New inquiry to examine government progress on digital transformation of NHS
Committee launch a new inquiry to examine government progress to achieve a digitally enabled health system across the NHS
13 May 2022
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Government rejects call for integrated recovery plan to tackle backlog caused by pandemic
Chair criticises the Government’s rejection of a recommendation for a broad national health and care recovery plan to tackle the backlog caused by the pandemic
13 May 2022
Call for evidence on the follow-up inquiry on the impact of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
Call for evidence launched on follow-up inquiry on the impact of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
13 May 2022
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