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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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MPs to hear from Wales’ defence and cyber SMEs
MPs to hear from Wales’ defence and cyber SMEs
23 November 2023
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Fire safety – Levelling Up Committee inquiry questions safety review authors
Fire safety – Levelling Up Committee inquiry questions safety review authors
23 November 2023
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Dangerous dogs legislation to be debated by MPs
Dangerous dogs legislation to be debated by MPs
23 November 2023
Liaison Committee recommends new committees to be appointed in 2024
The House of Lords Liaison Committee recommends four proposals for new special inquiry committee in 2024.
23 November 2023
Administration Committee publishes recommendations on parliamentary communications, highlighting potential for increased engagement with the public
Sir Charles Walker MP, the Chair of the Administration Committee, launched the Committee’s report focusing on how the House of Commons can improve the way it communicates with the public about Parliament
23 November 2023
Pedicabs (London) Bill debated at Lords second reading
Members discuss draft law to empower Transport for London to regulate use of tricycle taxis. Catch up
23 November 2023
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MPs warn Government progress is lacking as only 20% of the England’s schools estate will be net zero compliant by 2050
MPs warn Government progress is lacking as only 20% of the UK’s schools estate will be net zero compliant by 2050
23 November 2023
Media Bill: call for evidence
Media Bill: call for evidence
23 November 2023
Procedure Committee opens inquiry into Commons scrutiny of Secretaries of State in the House of Lords
Procedure Committee opens inquiry into Commons scrutiny of Secretaries of State in the House of Lords
22 November 2023
Autumn Statement: CMS Committee Chair Dame Caroline Dinenage welcomes announcement on creative sector tax reliefs
Chair welcomes announcement on creative sector tax reliefs
22 November 2023
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes First Report
Proposed changes relating to oral questions to Secretaries of State and oral statements by Secretaries of State.
22 November 2023
Justice Committee launches new inquiry into probate amid concerns over delays and consumer protection
The Justice Committee has launched a new inquiry into probate, the legal term for sorting out a will, amid concerns over delays in processing applications.
22 November 2023
Committee launches inquiry on processes for reforming retained EU law
Committee launches inquiry on processes for reforming retained EU law
22 November 2023
Call for evidence: New Inquiry into the UK's Economic Security
The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy (JCNSS) welcomes written evidence for its new inquiry into The UK’s economic security
22 November 2023
Trade (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) Bill under scrutiny by Lords
Members discuss UK joining the CPTPP. Catch up.
22 November 2023
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