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Elections news from UK Parliament.

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Chair Sir Jeremy Quin issues statement on the work of the Defence Committee
Chair Sir Jeremy Quin issues statement on the work of the Defence Committee
23 May 2024
Standards in public life under spotlight in Lords debate
Members discuss current state of UK parliamentary democracy in first Lords debate of 2024. Catch up
12 January 2024
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Voter ID requirements should be made more accessible ahead of elections
Constitution Committee publishes letter to Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Local Government) on Voter ID
19 December 2023
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Private members' bills in the Lords in the 2022-23 session
Follow the progress of private members' bills in the House of Lords during the 2022-23 session of Parliament
25 August 2023
Voter ID - Levelling-Up Committee announces evidence hearing with Electoral Commission and election administrators
On Monday 3 July, the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (LUHC) Committee will question the Electoral Commission and election administrators on the introduction of voter ID
22 June 2023
Lords debates state of local government
Members discuss case for reinvigoration of local democracy. Catch up
16 June 2023
Three candidates progress to election for Chair of Energy Security and Net Zero Committee
Three candidates will be on the ballot paper for the position of Chair of the newly-created Energy Security and Net Zero Committee
24 April 2023
Electoral Registration – Levelling Up Committee publishes written evidence
Electoral Registration – Levelling Up Committee publishes written evidence
21 March 2023
Concerns over timetable for electoral law changes
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publishes the Electoral Commission’s response to its report ‘The Work of the Electoral Commission’.
09 March 2023
Lords considers Northern Ireland (Executive Formation and Organ and Tissue Donation) Bill
Members discuss draft law to extend Executive formation period until January 2024. Catch up
28 February 2023
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“Challenges lie ahead” for elections regulator in navigating complex law
Committee publishes their report on The work of the Electoral Commission
20 October 2022
The Moses Room in the House of Lords where Grand Committee business is conducted
Short debates in the Lords
Members discuss delays at airports, calls for a UK-wide constitutional commission, tree health, costs in management of respiratory infections and access to health services for people with neurological conditions. Catch up
10 June 2022
Elections Bill completes passage through Parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
28 April 2022
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