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Dissolution of Parliament

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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Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: call for evidence
Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: call for evidence
13 December 2023
Report publication: Appointment of HM Chief Inspector of Probation
Report publication: Appointment of HM Chief Inspector of Probation
13 December 2023
Comment: COP28 agreement
Chair reacts to the agreement reached today at COP28
13 December 2023
Home Office ministers questioned on Rwanda, Channel crossings and migration strategy
Home Office ministers questioned on Rwanda, Channel crossings and migration strategy
12 December 2023
Holocaust Memorial Bill: MPs appointed to Committee to consider petitions against Bill
MPs appointed to Committee to consider petitions against Bill
12 December 2023
Nominations open for Chair of Defence Committee
The Speaker has announced the timetable for the election of the Chair of the Defence Select Committee following the resignation of Robert Courts
12 December 2023
Liaison Committee: Topics set out for questions to Prime Minister
Liaison Committee: Topics set out for questions to Prime Minister
12 December 2023
Pedicabs (London) Bill undergoes line by line scrutiny in the Lords
Members start detailed scrutiny by considering changes on TfL powers to regulate pedicabs. Catch up
12 December 2023
Support for families and households subject of Lords debate
Quality of family life under spotlight. Catch up
11 December 2023
Committee launches an investigation into Live Facial Recognition
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee is launching a short investigation into the use of Live Facial Recognition (LFR) by police.
11 December 2023
Committee on Standards to take oral evidence from Daniel Greenberg, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards
Committee on Standards to take oral evidence from Daniel Greenberg, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards
11 December 2023
MPs to hold a debate on Christmas, Christianity and communities
MPs to hold a debate on Christmas, Christianity and communities
08 December 2023
Coming up in the Commons 11-15 December
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons 11-15 December
08 December 2023
Constitution Committee seeks legal adviser
The Committee on the Constitution is inviting applications for the post of one of its legal advisers roles.
08 December 2023
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MPs to hold a debate on the persecution of Buddhists in Tibet
MPs to hold a debate on the persecution of Buddhists in Tibet
08 December 2023
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