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Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc) Bill completes passage through Parliament
Members discuss rules regarding appointment of Northern Ireland ministers as draft legislation set to become law. Catch up
06 December 2022
Lobbying transparency to be examined in new inquiry by MPs
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee will conduct post-legislative scrutiny of the Lobbying Act 2014
25 July 2022
Lords debates standards of behaviour and honesty in political life
Members discuss the impact on the democratic process from a reduction in standards in political life. Catch up
24 June 2022
The Prince of Wales reads the Queen's Speech in the House of Lords
State Opening of Parliament 2022
The State Opening of Parliament marks the formal start of the parliamentary year and the Queen's Speech sets out the government’s agenda for the 2022-23 session, outlining proposed policies and legislation. Find out more
10 May 2022
Michael Gove to face questions from committee of MPs on constitutional issues
Michael Gove answers questions on his remit as Levelling Up Secretary and Minister for Intergovernmental Relations
25 February 2022
Lords concludes examination of' Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill at third reading
House of Lords completes its examination of bill at third reading. Catch up
25 January 2022
Chair nominations open for Home Affairs Committee
Nominations open for the role open following Yvette Cooper MP's appointment to the Shadow Cabinet.
07 December 2021
Nadine Dorries faces DCMS Committee for first time as Culture Secretary
DCMS Committee examines the Secretary of State, Nadine Dorries
19 November 2021
Welsh Secretary to appear before Welsh Affairs Committee
Secretary of State for Wales, Simon Hart MP answers questions on work of the UK Government in Wales
21 October 2021
Lords debates standards in public life
Members taking part included a former Home Secretary, a former Leader of the House of Commons and the chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life. Catch up
10 September 2021
System of local government audit close to “breaking point”
System of local government audit covering £100 billion of public spending a year close to “breaking point” says PAC
14 July 2021
Darren Jones welcomes move to put post office inquiry on statutory basis
Darren Jones has commented on the statement from Paul Scully announcing that the independent inquiry into the Post Office’s Horizon IT scandal is to be put on a statutory footing.
19 May 2021
Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, Gillian Keegan MP, questioned
Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Gillian Keegan will face questions from MPs during an accountability session with the Education Committee.
12 May 2021
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