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The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Treasury Committee writes to 21 public sector organisations over use of Fujitsu
Treasury Committee writes to 21 public sector organisations over use of Fujitsu
19 January 2024
Coming up in the Commons 22-26 January
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons 22-26 January
19 January 2024
What's on in the Lords 22-26 January
Questions, bills and debates: discover what's coming up in the House of Lords.
19 January 2024
Committee on Standards announces evidence sessions as part of its inquiry into the House of Commons standards landscape
the Committee on Standards has arranged a number of oral evidence sessions which will take place over the coming weeks
19 January 2024
Children, young people and the built environment inquiry - Levelling-Up Committee publishes evidence ahead of opening evidence session
Children, young people and the built environment inquiry - Levelling-Up Committee publishes evidence ahead of opening evidence session
19 January 2024
Intergovernmental relations within the UK on Lords agenda
Members debate relationship between executives of the United Kingdom. Catch up
19 January 2024
Threats to UK biodiversity at heart of Lords debate
Members discuss infectious disease threats to human, animal and plant health. Catch up
19 January 2024
MPs to quiz Government on outcome of UK’s annual fishing talks
The Minister for Food, Farming and Fisheries, Rt Hon Mark Spencer MP, will be questioned on the latest fisheries negotiations between the UK and its nearby coastal partners
18 January 2024
Ydy'r cynnydd mewn ail gartrefi mewn ardaloedd penodol yng Nghymru yn effeithio ar y Gymraeg?
Yn ei ail sesiwn dystiolaeth fel rhan o'r ymchwiliad 'Effaith newid poblogaeth yng Nghymru', bydd yr Aelodau'n canolbwyntio ar y sector tai a gwasanaethau lleol
18 January 2024
Is the Welsh language being affected by the increase in second homes in certain areas in Wales?
In its second evidence session as part of the ‘Impact of population change in Wales’ inquiry, Members will be focusing on the housing sector and local services
18 January 2024
Levelling Up Committee launch survey for inquiry on housing for disabled people
The online survey is designed to gather disabled people’s views and experiences of finding or adapting suitable housing
18 January 2024
Government accepts calls to publish more information, more quickly, on the experience of civil servants
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) today publishes the Government’s response to its report on the Civil Service People Survey
18 January 2024
Sir Jeremy Quin elected as Defence Committee Chair
The results of the election were announced in the Chamber this afternoon following a ballot of the whole House
17 January 2024
The future of news inquiry launched
Communications and Digital Committee launch call for evidence for inquiry into the future of news
17 January 2024
Rwanda treaty should not be ratified until its safeguards have been implemented, says Lords committee
International Agreements Committee publish report on the UK–Rwanda Agreement on an Asylum Partnership
17 January 2024
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