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MPs to debate a debate on a motion on the regulation and prevention of online harms
MPs to debate a debate on a motion on the regulation and prevention of online harms
17 November 2020
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on the future of work
MPs to hold a general debate on the future of work
17 November 2020
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Committee holds session on support for people claiming benefits
Committee to hold a session on the experiences of people claiming benefits for the first time
17 November 2020
Joint Committee to hear from the Lord Chancellor about the Government’s human rights plans
Secretary of State to be questioned on a number of topics including Government plans for the Human Rights Act, Judicial Review and Supreme Court
17 November 2020
Committee recommends new rules on process for complaints against former MPs who become peers
Committee on Standards publishes report into ICGS investigations: Commons-Lords agreement
17 November 2020
Committee reports on future EU asylum policy, and how the EU’s Customs Union Action Plan could affect the UK
European Scrutiny Committee considers recent draft EU legislation and policy documents deposited in Parliament by the Government
17 November 2020
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Call for detail on older prisoners strategy and screening for dementia
The Justice Committee publishes the Government’s response to its report on Ageing Prison Population
17 November 2020
Wales’ Counsel General Jeremy Miles to give evidence on Brexit
Welsh Affairs Committee examines the potential implications for Wales of UK-EU trade negotiations
16 November 2020
Cwnsler Cyffredinol Cymru Jeremy Miles yn rhoi tystiolaeth ar Brexit
Mae Pwyllgor Materion Cymru yn archwilio goblygiadau posibl trafodaethau masnach y DU-UE i Gymru
16 November 2020
Northern Irish businesses questioned as transition period draws to a close
Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union examines how the end of the transition period will affect businesses in Northern Ireland
16 November 2020
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Government Ministers to give evidence on Internal Market Bill
UK and Scottish Government Ministers to give evidence on the Internal Market Bill
16 November 2020
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Former Cabinet Secretary questioned on work of the Cabinet Office
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines the challenges faced in the role including managing relations between the Civil Service and Ministers
16 November 2020
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on fuel poverty and energy price caps
MPs to hold a debate on fuel poverty and energy price caps in Westminster Hall
16 November 2020
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on the Covid-19 outbreak and employment rights
MPs to hold a general debate on the Covid-19 outbreak and employment rights
16 November 2020
NI Justice Minister Naomi Long to give evidence on post-Brexit cross-border security
Minister for Justice to be questioned on impact of no-deal Brexit on access to EU criminal databases and co-operation mechanisms with Republic of Ireland
14 November 2020
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