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Each year the Business and Enterprise Committee scrutinises at least one of the associated public bodies of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR). In November 2008 the Committee announced it would hold an evidence session with the Insolvency Service. Watch from 10.30am.

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    EU Committee hears evidence on Tuesday 17 April 2018 at 3.00pm

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    Health and Social Care Committee raises concern of ability of NHS Digital to protect patient data in report into MoU

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    Statement expected in the Commons at 4.15pm

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    Question expected in the Commons at 3.30pm

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    Committee explores the implications of Russia’s defence and foreign policy on the UK and its NATO allies in the Baltic States

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    Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee hears from company's former Director of Programme Development

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    Environmental Audit Committee examines the Government's 25 Year Plan for the Environment

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    International Development Committee takes evidence from Oxfam's former head of global safeguarding

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    Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee publishes report on the private rented sector

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    Work and Pensions Committee publishes report on assistive technology

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    A round up of this week’s business in the Chamber and Westminster Hall

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    EU Committee hears evidence on Tuesday 24 April 2018 at 4.00pm

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    The House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee (SLSC) has asked for evidence for its new inquiry which will investigate the criteria which should be applied in deciding whether a statutory instrument (SI) laid under clauses 7 to 9 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill should be upgraded from a negative to an affirmative procedure instrument. Affirmative SIs are debated in the House while negative instruments are automatically passed unless a Member tables an objection.

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    Peers discuss key purpose and principles of bill

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    Communications Committee meeting on Tuesday 24 April at 3.30pm

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    Lords Science and Technology Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 24 April at 3.20pm

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    Animal health and welfare charities, academics and representatives from different farming sectors questioned

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    The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee launches a public call for evidence for its inquiry into the proposed UK-EU security treaty

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    Statement from the Financial Secretary in the House of Commons

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    EU Internal Market Sub-Committee holds roundtable on 26 April at 10.15am

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