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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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Ministers to face MPs’ questions on the UK’s agri-food trade strategy
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee examines the UK’s trade policy for food and agriculture
19 April 2024
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Gambling regulation: Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes Government response to report
Gambling regulation: Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes Government response to report
19 April 2024
Why do boys lag behind girls at all ages of education? MPs to Investigate
Why do boys lag behind girls at all ages of education? MPs to Investigate
19 April 2024
Long-term sustainability of NHS discussed in the Lords
Members debate funding systems and delivery of comprehensive health and social care. Catch up
19 April 2024
Lords debates number of children in care
Members debate young people committed to care of local authorities. Catch up
19 April 2024
Still no fines as a result of 2022 Russian sanctions breaches
Still no fines as a result of 2022 Russian sanctions breaches
19 April 2024
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Government rejects Committee’s calls for increased parliamentary scrutiny of treaties
Government rejects Committee’s calls for increased parliamentary scrutiny of treaties
18 April 2024
Baroness Young of Hornsey: Lord Speaker's Corner
Baroness Young speaks to Lord McFall of Alcluith about her work tackling modern slavery, race and inequality in the creative sector, and why businesses should be held to account for their supply chains
18 April 2024
Tobacco and Vaping Bill: call for evidence
Tobacco and Vaping Bill: call for evidence
17 April 2024
Written evidence: whistleblower allegations of “UN cover-up of its special favours to the PRC”
Foreign Affairs Committee publishes written evidence received as part of its inquiry into international relations in the multilateral system
16 April 2024
Litigation Funding Agreements (Enforceability) Bill debated in the Lords
Members discuss draft law to reverse Supreme Court decision on damages-based agreements. Catch up
16 April 2024
Committee Chair urges fellow MPs to back legislation to limit smoking
Committee Chair urges fellow MPs to back legislation to limit smoking
16 April 2024
Nominations open for the Chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Nominations open for the Chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
15 April 2024
New select committee proposed to provide scrutiny of highly confidential spending
New select committee proposed to provide scrutiny of highly confidential spending
15 April 2024
Coming up in the Commons 15- 19 April
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons 15 - 19 April
12 April 2024
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