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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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Committee launches an inquiry into tackling shoplifting
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee is launching a short inquiry into tackling shoplifting.
21 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on floating offshore wind and Allocation Round 6 of the Contracts for Difference Scheme
MPs to hold a debate on floating offshore wind and Allocation Round 6 of the Contracts for Difference Scheme
21 May 2024
WEC calls on Government to investigate why eligible people are not on the learning disability register
Ministers need to investigate why eligible people are not on the learning disability register and take urgent action to increase registration, the Women and Equalities Committee has warned
21 May 2024
Lords Committee questions UK’s preparedness for forthcoming border changes
Justice and Home Affairs Committee publish letter to government on the committe's inquiry into electronic border management systems
21 May 2024
Universal Credit: Chairs of Public Accounts and Work & Pensions Committees call for statement from Employment Minister
The PAC and WPC Committees call on the Government to provide better information on the decision to bring forward the date for migrating Employment and Support Allowance claimants to Universal Credit
20 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on Potholes and highway maintenance
MPs to hold a debate on Potholes and highway maintenance
20 May 2024
Y 'pedwar banc mwyaf' i roi tystiolaeth ar gynlluniau ar gyfer eu canghennau ar y stryd fawr
Yr wythnos hon, bydd Aelodau Seneddol yn craffu ar ‘bedwar banc mwyaf’ y DU ynghylch eu hymrwymiad i gynnal mynediad at wasanaethau bancio ar y stryd fawr yng Nghymru
20 May 2024
‘Big Four’ banks to give evidence on plans for high street branches
This week MPs will scrutinise the UK’s ‘Big Four’ banks on their commitment to maintaining access to high street banking services in Wales
20 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on UK arms exports to Israel
MPs to hold a debate on UK arms exports to Israel
20 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on an introduction of UK-made zero-emission buses
MPs to hold a debate on an introduction of UK-made zero-emission buses.
20 May 2024
Coming up in the Commons 20-24 May
Find out what's coming up in the House of Commons 20-24 May
17 May 2024
What's on in the Lords 20-24 May
Final bills considered before the dissolution of Parliament: discover what's coming up in the House of Lords.
17 May 2024
WEC welcomes Government’s acceptance of recommendations on sexism and inequalities in sport
The Women and Equalities Committee report warned that women and girls playing sport deserve kit and equipment properly designed for their health and performance needs
17 May 2024
Lords debates benefits of community sport for young people
Members discuss health, wellbeing and contribution of sport to society and economy. Catch up
17 May 2024
Challenges faced by those with disabilities on Lords agenda
Lords discusses access to benefits, work, education, housing and healthcare. Catch up
17 May 2024
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