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MMC sector may continue to struggle without a fresh approach from the Government
Built Environment publish letter to Government concerning the struggles of the Modern Methods of Construction industry
26 January 2024
Lord Speaker's Corner
Hear from members of the House of Lords about what inspires them in their work in and beyond Parliament
26 January 2024
Speaker praises Czech counterpart’s support for Ukraine
The Speaker of the House of Commons told his counterpart from the Czech Republic that her country’s support for Ukraine ‘was so important’.
25 January 2024
Prif Weithredwr Byd-eang a Phrif Weithredwr y DU Tata Steel i roi tystiolaeth ar benderfyniad y cwmni i gau ffwrneisiau chwyth ym Mhort Talbot
Prif Weithredwr Byd-eang a Phrif Weithredwr y DU Tata Steel i roi tystiolaeth ar benderfyniad y cwmni i gau ffwrneisiau chwyth ym Mhort Talbot
25 January 2024
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Call for evidence issued on the Arbitration Bill [HL]
Call for evidence issued for the Arbitration Bill [HL]
25 January 2024
Cost of living support payments: Work and Pensions Committee publishes Government response to report
The cost of living support payments report, concluded that payments had not been enough to meet the scale of the problem and offered only a short-term reprieve for many
25 January 2024
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The next general election to be debated by MPs
The next general election to be debated by MPs
25 January 2024
Tourists could face 14-hour queues at borders under EU Entry-Exit scheme, Committee warned
In written evidence to the Committee, Ashford Borough Council said a “reasonable worst case” scenario could see 14-hour delays at the Port of Dover
25 January 2024
“A girl in South Sudan will more likely die in childbirth than finish school”: IDC reports on “devastating impact” of slashed UK aid “failing women and girls and marginalised people the world over”
“A girl in South Sudan will more likely die in childbirth than finish school”: IDC reports on “devastating impact” of slashed UK aid “failing women and girls and marginalised people the world over”
25 January 2024
James Gray MP talks of his experience leading the Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research during evidence gathering visit to Antarctica
James Gray MP, Chair of the Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research, writes about his experience gathering evidence for the Committee in Antarctica
24 January 2024
Government wasting “window of opportunity” on REUL reform, Committee Chair says
The Government is failing to make the most of a “shrinking window of opportunity” for reform to retained EU law (REUL) the Chair of the European Scrutiny Committee has said.
24 January 2024
Closure of Pontins holiday parks: CMS Committee Chair writes to Britannia Hotels
Chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Dame Caroline Dinenage MP, has written to the parent company of Pontins holiday parks, following the closure of three parks
24 January 2024
Royal Mail: Business Committee Chair reacts to Ofcom report on the Universal Service Obligation
Business and Trade Committee Chair Liam Byrne comments following the publication of Ofcom’s report on potential Universal Service Obligation (USO) reform for Royal Mail
24 January 2024
Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Members discuss changes on data breaches in Lords report stage. Catch up
24 January 2024
Lords finish final checks of Trans-pacific trade bill
Final chance to ‘tidy-up’ bill. Catch up
24 January 2024
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