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Social security and pensions news from UK Parliament.

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Lords debates Social Housing (Regulation) Bill at second reading
Member consider new enforcement powers to tackle failing landlords. Catch up
24 June 2022
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Lords conclude check of Social Security (Special Rules for End of Life) Bill
Members discuss progress of bill as Lords stages conclude. Find out more
23 June 2022
Work and Pensions Committee to examine auto-enrolment pension contributions and pensions for gig-economy and self-employed workers
MPs are expected to examine whether the UK’s pension system is still fit for purpose
14 June 2022
Work and Pensions Committee to question Pensions Regulator, FCA, MaPS and former pensions ministers
Committee to question former pensions ministers and representatives from the Pensions Regulator, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Money and Pensions Service (MaPS)
06 June 2022
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Lords debates content of the Queen's Speech following the State Opening of Parliament. Catch up
19 May 2022
Universal Credit and managed migration: Work and Pensions Committee to question charities and policy specialists
MPs will take evidence on the process of moving people claiming benefits onto Universal Credit
16 May 2022
Saving for later life: Work and Pensions Committee to question master trusts and pension companies
MPs will question representatives from master trusts and pension companies in the third oral evidence session of the inquiry into saving for later life
22 April 2022
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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on the two child limit of working tax credits and universal credit
MPs to hold a general debate on the two child limit of working tax credits and universal credit
19 April 2022
Universal Credit and childcare: Work and Pensions Committee to question DWP Ministers
David Rutley MP and Mims Davies MP will face questions from MPs as committee continues its inquiry into Universal Credit and childcare costs
14 April 2022
Four short debates in the Lords
Members discuss Northern Ireland relations, levelling-up in the South West, tax gap estimates and the Iran nuclear deal in four short debates. Catch up
08 April 2022
Professional Qualifications Bill completes passage through parliament
Members consider Commons changes on consultation with devolved authorities. Catch up
06 April 2022
Lords debates Spring Statement
Members discuss UK economy following Chancellor of Exchequer's statement on 23 March.
01 April 2022
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MPs to hold a debate on a motion on the matter of War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation Scheme payments
MPs to hold a debate on a motion on the matter of War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation Scheme payments
25 March 2022
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