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Parliamentary procedure news from UK Parliament.

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Privileges Committee comments on legal opinion
Privileges Committee publishes report on comments on legal opinion
26 September 2022
Lords debates Palace of Westminster restoration project
Members consider renewed governance structure to preserve building for future generations.
08 July 2022
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The conduct of Lord Lea of Crondall
Report recommends Lord Lea's access privileges be permanently revoked.
08 July 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes Second Report
The Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes its 2nd Report
15 June 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes First Report
The Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes its 1st Report
15 June 2022
Prime Minister's adviser questioned on Ministerial Code
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines the recent updates to the Ministerial Code
09 June 2022
Standards Committee proposes new Code of Conduct for MPs
Standards Committee proposes new Code of Conduct for MPs with package of reforms to increase transparency and tighten lobbying rules
24 May 2022
Private Members' Bill ballot: 19 May 2022
The ballot for Commons Private Members' Bills for the 2022-2023 session took place on Thursday 19 May.
19 May 2022
Private Members’ Bill ballot to be drawn on 19th May
Backbench MPs will have the chance to make their mark on the law if they are successful in Thursday’s Private Members’ Bill ballot.
16 May 2022
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes Eighth Report
Procedure and Privileges Committee publishes its 8th Report
28 April 2022
Senior judge’s review of fairness in parliamentary standards system published
Committee on Standards publishes Sir Ernest Ryder’s review of fairness and natural justice within the House of Commons standards system
04 March 2022
A teenage boy stares at a computer screen
House of Lords Podcast: protecting children and the Union
We speak to Baroness Kidron about her work protecting children online and to Baroness Taylor of Bolton and Lord Dunlop about strengthening the Union.
28 January 2022
Jacob Rees-Mogg questioned on proxy voting and written parliamentary questions
The Procedure Committee examines matters including proxy voting and performance in answering written parliamentary questions
07 January 2022
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