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Home Affairs Committee Sep 11
At 3pm, we will take evidence from Stephen Shaw, following his report into the welfare of vulnerable people detained for immigration purposes. Watch the session live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Sep 7
On Tuesday, the Committee will take evidence from Stephen Shaw on the welfare of vulnerable persons in detention
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Home Affairs Committee Sep 6
Not long left to make a submission to our Modern Slavery inquiry (deadline midnight tomorrow). Terms of Reference and details on how to submit written evidence available here:
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Home Affairs Committee Sep 4
We are live, taking oral evidence on Domestic abuse. Watch the session here:
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Home Affairs Committee Aug 31
Next week we will be taking oral evidence on domestic abuse, exploring what should be covered in the Government's forthcoming Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill
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Home Affairs Committee Aug 13
Not long left to make a submission to our Serious Violence inquiry (deadline 16 August). Terms of Reference and details on how to submit written evidence available here:
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Home Affairs Committee Aug 6
We are still seeking written evidence for our inquiry into Serious violence. The deadline for submissions is 16 August. Find out more:
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Yvette Cooper Jul 31
Misinformation & tensions over immigration during referendum were deeply damaging and divisive. We warn those who exploited concerns over immigration during referendum against doing so again in run-up to withdrawal agreement ⁦
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 31
The Home Affairs Committee warns all those involved in the debate not to exploit or escalate tensions over immigration in the run up to withdrawal agreement
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 31
Read our latest report "Policy options for future migration from the European Economic Area: Interim report" and comments from the Chair here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 30
Today, we have published an interim report on policy options for future migration from the European Economic Area. Read the report here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 30
We have published an interim report on "Policy options for future migration from the European Economic Area". Read the report and more here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 29
Our report on 'Policy options for future migration from the European Economic Area' will now be published on Tuesday 31 July at 00.01am
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 25
We are publishing an interim report on 'Policy options for future migration from the European Economic Area' on Monday 30 July
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 24
"The gap between the UK Government and the EU and the lack of progress on policing cooperation is very disturbing." Read our latest report on UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit and comments from the Chair
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 23
We have published a follow-up report on UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit. Read the report and more here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 23
Tomorrow, we will be publishing a follow-up report into UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit. Available to read on our website from 00.01am Tuesday 24 July
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 19
We are seeking written evidence for our new inquiry into Modern slavery. More information and guidance on how to make a submission here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 18
We have launched a new inquiry into Modern Slavery and are seeking written evidence. Read the terms of reference and guidance on how to make a submission here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jul 17
We will shortly be live taking evidence for our domestic abuse inquiry, looking at what measures should be included in the Domestic Abuse Bill. Watch live here:
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