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Legislative process news from UK Parliament.

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UK and EU urged to reset dialogue on the Protocol to rebuild trust and damaged relationships
The Sub-Committee on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland has published a follow-up report on the impact of the Protocol. The report finds that the Protocol is having a ‘feast or famine’ economic impact
27 July 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
A busy House of Lords chamber with members sitting on the red benches
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
18 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
Minister questioned on Government plans to legislate over the Protocol
The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland Sub-Committee will hear evidence from Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, Minister for Europe and North America, on the Government’s proposals to legislate in relation to the Protocol.
23 May 2022
New inquiry to examine the work of Ofwat
The Industry and Regulators Committee publishes a call for evidence for its new inquiry into the work of Ofwat
23 May 2022
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Lords debates content of the Queen's Speech following the State Opening of Parliament. Catch up
19 May 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes Seventh report
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes 7th report
07 April 2022
Adult Social Care Committee publishes call for evidence
The House of Lords Adult Social Care Committee today publishes its call for evidence, inviting the public to provide their views on what needs to change to create a fair, resilient and sustainable care system
04 April 2022
Technology used in the justice system is outpacing scrutiny and regulation
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee publishes its report - Technology rules? The advent of new technologies in the justice system
30 March 2022
Government responds to Committee’s report on digital regulation
The Government agrees with the Communications and Digital Committee that more joined up working is needed between various agencies when it comes to regulating the digital space.
28 March 2022
How should we respond to increasing demands on land?
The Committee on Land Use in England publishes its call for evidence. The Committee is inviting the public to give their views on current and future demands on land use, and how government decision making on this issue can be improved.
16 March 2022
UK-New Zealand trade negotiations inquiry reopened by Lords committee
Following the publication of the text of the signed UK-New Zealand trade agreement, the House of Lords International Agreements Committee has reopened its inquiry into the negotiations.
15 March 2022
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