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What's on in the Lords
Find out what is happening in the House of Lords from 8-12 March 2021
05 March 2021
Lords asks government to think again on Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill
Members vote on Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures
04 March 2021
House of Lords Thursday debates
Members debate anti-slavery projects, NHS staffing, hauliers and the space industry
04 March 2021
Lords examines Financial Services Bill at committee stage
Members examine climate-related financial risk and tax reporting for Gibraltar-based persons
04 March 2021
Role of batteries and fuel cells in achieving Net Zero - inquiry launch
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee is conducting an inquiry into the role of battery and fuel cell technologies in achieving the UK’s ambition to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
03 March 2021
Lords debates UK-Kenya future trading relationship
Members, including former leading diplomats, debate the trade agreement and International Agreements Committee report drawing it to the attention of the House
03 March 2021
UK Parliament celebrates Women’s History Month
UK Parliament is celebrating Women’s History Month, which runs from 1 March to 31 March
01 March 2021
The UK’s security and trade relationship with China inquiry launched
The International Relations Committee launches its inquiry, the UK’s security and trade relationship with China. 
26 February 2021
Lords examines Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill
Government accepts amendment on use of 'mother or expectant mother' in the bill
26 February 2021
Lord Speaker announces he is stepping down
Lord Fowler is stepping down in late April to campaign on HIV/AIDS and other issues
25 February 2021
Lords examines Non-Domestic Rating (Public Lavatories) Bill
Members focus on free to use facilities and accessibility
25 February 2021
Trade Bill: Lords asks Commons and government to think again
Members vote for provisions to prevent the UK making trade agreements with states accused of committing genocide
23 February 2021
18-month review of the Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme published
Alison Stanley has today published her 18-month review of the Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme (ICGS)
22 February 2021
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