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Division Votes
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 155 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 212 Noes - 274
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 150 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 198 Noes - 269
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 150 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 195 Noes - 266
8 May 2024 - Finance (No. 2) Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 155 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 211 Noes - 276
13 May 2024 - Risk-based Exclusion - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 121 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 170 Noes - 169
15 May 2024 - Criminal Justice Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 147 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 167 Noes - 275
15 May 2024 - Criminal Justice Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 148 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 171 Noes - 272
21 May 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 164 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 217 Noes - 268
21 May 2024 - High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (Instruction) (No. 3) - View Vote Context
Rebecca Long Bailey voted Aye - in line with the party majority and in line with the House
One of 86 Labour Aye votes vs 0 Labour No votes
Tally: Ayes - 323 Noes - 7


Speeches
Rebecca Long Bailey speeches from: Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report
Rebecca Long Bailey contributed 1 speech (1,205 words)
Thursday 16th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Work and Pensions
Rebecca Long Bailey speeches from: Oral Answers to Questions
Rebecca Long Bailey contributed 1 speech (82 words)
Wednesday 15th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Rebecca Long Bailey speeches from: End of Custody Supervised Licence: Extension
Rebecca Long Bailey contributed 1 speech (59 words)
Wednesday 8th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Justice


Written Answers
Carbon Emissions: Universities
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero:

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, with reference to the report by Key Cities Innovation Network entitled Civic partners in Net Zero, published in April 2024, what assessment she has made of the effectiveness of local civic partnerships with universities in achieving net zero targets.

Answered by Justin Tomlinson - Minister of State (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero)

The Government recognises that both local organisations and universities can, and do, play an important role in driving local action on net zero and is supportive of them working together to do so. We provide a range of support for Local areas to decarbonise, for example through our Local Net Zero Hubs which support local authorities to develop net zero projects and attract commercial investment.

Bus Services: Homelessness
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Thursday 23rd May 2024

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of providing free bus passes for homeless (a) adults and (b) children.

Answered by Guy Opperman - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The Department for Transport has made no such assessment. The English National Concessionary Travel Scheme (ENCTS) provides free off-peak bus travel to those with eligible disabilities and those of state pension age, currently sixty-six, and was set up primarily to help older and disabled people. ENCTS costs around £1 billion annually and any changes to the minimum statutory scheme would need to be carefully considered for their impact on the scheme’s financial sustainability.

Local authorities in England have the power to go beyond their statutory obligations and extend free bus travel to other groups that are eligible under ENCTS, which includes children under the age of 16 and 16-18 year olds in full time education. However, these discretionary concessions are not funded by central government but by local authorities from local resources, such as council tax. Since 2010/11, almost all of the travel concession authorities in England have offered some form of discretionary concession. Bus operators are also able to provide discretionary concessions on a commercial basis.

Mental Health Services: Homelessness
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Thursday 23rd May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if she will make an assessment of the potential merits of providing targeted support for (a) infant and (b) parental mental health while a family is experiencing homelessness.

Answered by Maria Caulfield - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Business and Trade) (Minister for Women)

As part of NHS England’s Maternity and Neonatal Three-Year Delivery Plan, NHS England is working to rollout Maternal Mental Health Services for women experiencing mental health difficulties related to loss or trauma in the maternity or neonatal context. This may include those who experience post-traumatic stress disorder following birth trauma, perinatal loss, or severe fear of childbirth, known as tokophobia.

As of February 2024, 39 Maternal Mental Health Services have been established, which provide psychological therapy for women experiencing mental health difficulties related to their maternity experience. Every integrated care system area will soon have these services in place.

In December 2023, NHS England published new guidance for general practice (GPs) on the postnatal appointment women should be offered six to eight weeks after giving birth. This provides an important opportunity for GPs to listen to women in a discrete, supportive environment.

We also continue to engage with a number of other departments and representative groups to discuss what can be done to mitigate the effect of housing insecurity and homelessness on mental health and wellbeing.

Parents: Mental Health
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Thursday 23rd May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps she is taking to promote parental mental health (a) during pregnancy and (b) in the first two years of infancy.

Answered by Maria Caulfield - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Business and Trade) (Minister for Women)

As part of NHS England’s Maternity and Neonatal Three-Year Delivery Plan, NHS England is working to roll out Maternal Mental Health Services for women experiencing mental health difficulties, related to loss or trauma in the maternity or neonatal context. This may include those who experience post-traumatic stress disorder following birth trauma, perinatal loss, or severe fear of childbirth, also known as tokophobia.

As of February 2024, 39 Maternal Mental Health Services have been established, which provide psychological therapy for women experiencing mental health difficulties related to their maternity experience. Every integrated care system area will soon have these services in place.

In December 2023, NHS England published new guidance for general practices (GPs) on the postnatal appointment women should be offered six to eight weeks after giving birth. This provides an important opportunity for GPs to listen to women in a discrete, supportive environment.

The guidance asks family doctors to provide personalised postnatal care for the mother’s physical and mental health, and to support them with family planning.  This will include information and resources on assessing and addressing mental health needs and importantly sets out practical initiatives to improve access, experience, and outcomes.

Through the Family Hubs and Start for Life programme, £100 million is being invested in bespoke perinatal mental health and parent-infant relationship support for the 1,001 critical days from pregnancy to a baby’s second birthday, in 75 local authority areas in England.

Health Services and Social Services: Children
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Thursday 23rd May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if she will make an estimate of the number of children that have lost their place on waiting lists for health and care services as a result of relocating out of area due to housing pressures, in the latest period for which data is available.

Answered by Andrew Stephenson - Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

It is important that the correct start date is captured for patients who transfer from a referral to treatment (RTT) pathway between providers. For patients that move between different areas of England and transfer to a new provider, including children who may relocate out of an area due to housing pressures, there is an established Inter Provider Transfer process which ensures that the patient is transferred with the same RTT clock start date, so that the new provider considers the amount of time the patient has already waited. This is detailed in Section 11.3 of NHS England’s Recording and reporting RTT waiting times for consultant-led elective care guidance, which is available at the following link:

https://www.england.nhs.uk/statistics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2024/02/Recording-and-reporting-referral-to-treatment-RTT-waiting-times-for-consultant-led-elective-care-v4-1.pdf

Data on the number of children that have lost their place on waiting lists for health and care services as a result of relocating out of area due to housing pressures is not collected, therefore no estimate has been made.

Babies: Safety
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether a recent assessment has been made of the potential merits of creating an NHS Never Event for discharging newborns home to temporary accommodation without a cot.

Answered by Maria Caulfield - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Business and Trade) (Minister for Women)

No assessment has been made of the potential merits of creating an NHS Never Event for discharging newborns home to temporary accommodation without a cot. A consultation on the future of the Never Events Framework was conducted by NHS England, and ran between 5 February and 5 May 2024. The consultation sought views on whether the existing Never Events Framework remains an effective mechanism to drive patient safety improvement. NHS England will respond to the consultation in due course.

Education: Standards
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Education:

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what steps she is taking to help improve educational outcomes for homeless children in temporary accommodation or experiencing rough sleeping.

Answered by David Johnston - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Education)

DLUHC is investing £1.2 billion through the Homelessness Prevention Grant over three years, including a £109 million top-up for 2024/25, to ensure that families can move out of temporary accommodation and into stable accommodation, as well as reducing the need for temporary accommodation by preventing homelessness before it occurs.

To help schools tackle the challenges facing disadvantaged pupils, including pupils who might be in temporary accommodation or experiencing homelessness, and to improve children’s educational outcomes, the department has provided pupil premium funding since 2011. Pupil premium funding is increasing to over £2.9 billion this financial year which will ensure that the most disadvantaged pupils receive the support they need to succeed at school.

In 2024/25, the department has targeted a greater proportion of schools’ National Funding Formula towards deprived pupils than ever before with over £4.4 billion of the formula allocated according to deprivation in 2024/25, and over £7.8 billion through additional needs factors based on deprivation, low prior attainment, English as an additional language and mobility. This is alongside various support programmes including free school meals, the National School Breakfast Club programme and the Holiday Activities and Food programme. The department is also targeting support at young people who most need help with the costs of staying in post-16 education and training, through the 16-19 bursary and has extended free meals to disadvantaged 16 to 18 year old students attending further education institutions.

The department is prioritising the attendance of vulnerable children in education, including those who are in temporary accommodation, by introducing stronger expectations of schools, trusts, and local authorities to work together to tackle absence set out in guidance that will become statutory in August 2024, including an expectation on schools to identify at-risk pupils and work with families to support absent students and, from September 2024, introducing a mandatory attendance data tool, allowing them to identify pupils at risk of persistent absence and to enable early intervention.

Temporary Accommodation: Children
Asked by: Rebecca Long Bailey (Labour - Salford and Eccles)
Friday 24th May 2024

Question to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities:

To ask the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, if he will make an estimate of the number of children unable to continue in their existing educational placements as a result of being housed out of area (a) for temporary accommodation and (b) after being homeless, in the latest period for which data is available.

Answered by Felicity Buchan - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities)

It has not proved possible to respond to the hon. Member in the time available before Prorogation.



Early Day Motions Signed
Friday 26th April
Rebecca Long Bailey signed this EDM on Wednesday 15th May 2024

Border Force staff at Heathrow Airport

24 signatures (Most recent: 23 May 2024)
Tabled by: John McDonnell (Labour - Hayes and Harlington)
That this House expresses support and solidarity to members of the PCS union taking industrial action against their employer, Border Force, at Heathrow Airport; notes that on 29 April around 250 staff are being forced out of their current jobs on passport control as the Home Office have indicated they …
Wednesday 15th May
Rebecca Long Bailey signed this EDM on Wednesday 15th May 2024

Imperial War Museums and union derecognition

33 signatures (Most recent: 24 May 2024)
Tabled by: Chris Stephens (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South West)
That this House is alarmed by reports that Imperial War Museums plans to derecognise the Public and Commercial Services union and the First Division Association for the purposes of collective representation and bargaining; is concerned that derecognising these trade unions would undermine the collective bargaining power of staff, leaving them …



Rebecca Long Bailey mentioned

Calendar
Tuesday 7th May 2024 noon
Work and Pensions Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: PHSO report on women's State Pension age
At 12:05pm: Oral evidence
Angela Madden - Chair at Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign
Jane Cowley - Campaign Director at Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign
Rebecca Long-Bailey MP - Chair at All Party Group on State Pension Inequality for Women
Peter Aldous MP - Co-Chair at All Party Group on State Pension Inequality for Women
At 1:00pm: Oral evidence
Rebecca Hilsenrath - Interim Ombudsman at Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Karl Banister - Director of Legal and Casework at Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
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Tuesday 7th May 2024 noon
Work and Pensions Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: PHSO report on women's State Pension age
At 12:05pm: Oral evidence
Angela Madden - Chair at Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign
Jane Cowley - Campaign Director at Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign
Peter Aldous MP - Co-Chair at All Party Parliamentary Group on State Pension Inequality for Women
Rebecca Long-Bailey MP - Chair at All Party Parliamentary Group on State Pension Inequality for Women
At 1:00pm: Oral evidence
Rebecca Hilsenrath - Interim Ombudsman at Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
Karl Banister - Director of Legal and Casework at Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman
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Parliamentary Debates
Women’s State Pension Age: Ombudsman Report
134 speeches (34,162 words)
Thursday 16th May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Work and Pensions
Mentions:
1: George Howarth (Lab - Knowsley) Friend the Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey), the Prime Minister said:“Following the - Link to Speech
2: Paul Maynard (Con - Blackpool North and Cleveleys) Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey). - Link to Speech
3: Peter Aldous (Con - Waveney) Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey). - Link to Speech
4: Tonia Antoniazzi (Lab - Gower) Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey). - Link to Speech
5: Jeremy Corbyn (Ind - Islington North) Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey). - Link to Speech
6: Grahame Morris (Lab - Easington) Member for Salford and Eccles (Rebecca Long Bailey). - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Attendance statistics - Members' Attendance (2023-24)

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: 100.0%) Katherine Fletcher (Conservative, South Ribble) (added 9 Jan 2023) 15 of 21 (71.4%) Rebecca

Wednesday 29th May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal Minutes of Session 2023–24

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: Long Bailey Stephen Metcalfe 1.

Wednesday 29th May 2024
Report - Legacy – Parliament 2019–24

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: James Davies MP (Conservative, Vale of Clwyd ) Katherine Fletcher MP (Conservative, South Ribble ) Rebecca

Tuesday 28th May 2024
Formal Minutes - Work and Pensions Committee - Formal Minutes 2023-24 (complete session)

Work and Pensions Committee

Found: Madden , Chair, Jane Cowley , Campaign Director , Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI), Rebecca

Tuesday 28th May 2024
Report - Third Report - Governance of artificial intelligence (AI)

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: James Davies MP (Conservative, Vale of Clwyd ) Katherine Fletcher MP (Conservative, South Ribble ) Rebecca

Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Oral Evidence - 2024-05-22 09:30:00+01:00

Commercialising Research - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: Long Bailey; Stephen Metcalfe; Graham Stringer.

Wednesday 8th May 2024
Oral Evidence - ASTRON (the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy), and Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee

Found: Long Bailey; Stephen Metcalfe; Carol Monaghan; Graham Stringer.

Tuesday 7th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign, Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaign, All Party Parliamentary Group on State Pension Inequality for Women, All Party Parliamentary Group on State Pension Inequality for Women, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman, and Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

Work and Pensions Committee

Found: Long-Bailey and Peter Aldous.



Bill Documents
May. 24 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 24 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 23 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 23 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 22 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 22 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 21 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 21 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 20 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 20 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 17 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 17 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 16 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 16 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 15 2024
Consideration of Bill Amendments as at 15 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 14 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 14 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Rachael Maskell John Penrose Damian Green Mick Whitley Mary Kelly Foy Kate

May. 13 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 13 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Long Bailey Jo Gideon Caroline Nokes Nadia Whittome Debbie Abrahams Charlotte Nichols Lloyd




Rebecca Long Bailey - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Tuesday 28th May 2024 10:45 a.m.
Science, Innovation and Technology Committee - Private Meeting
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Select Committee Documents
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Space Centre
AST0044 - UK Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Written Evidence - Milestone Systems
GAI0132 - Governance of artificial intelligence (AI)

Governance of artificial intelligence (AI) - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Minister for Science, Research and Innovation relating an independent review of the DSIT business case and approvals process

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Minister for Science, Research and Innovation relating to a National Academy for Mathematical Sciences

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Oral Evidence - ASTRON (the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy), and Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Secretary of State for Energy Security & Net Zero in relation to the Fusion Energy National Policy Statement, dated 8 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology in relation to the Government's Call for Views on the Code of Practice for Software Vendors, dated 15 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology in relation to the Intellectual Property Office's new strategy, dated 3 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Written Evidence - Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
AST0045 - UK Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Thursday 23rd May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Bern
AST0046 - UK Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Secretary of State for Energy Security & Net Zero relating to URENCO Enrichment Grant Award, dated 8 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the UK Health Security Agency in relation to vaccine data, dated 16 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology in relation to a Call for Views on the Cyber Security of AI, dated 13 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Minister of State for Science, Research and Innovation in relation to the Space Regulatory Review 2024, dated 16 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Written Evidence - Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
QUA0045 - Commercialising quantum technologies

Commercialising quantum technologies - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Written Evidence - UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
QUA0046 - Commercialising quantum technologies

Commercialising quantum technologies - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - Ruchika Joshi
GAI0133 - Governance of artificial intelligence (AI)

Governance of artificial intelligence (AI) - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - Dr David Whitehouse
AST0047 - UK Astronomy

UK Astronomy - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Written Evidence - Zurich UK
GAI0127 - Governance of artificial intelligence (AI)

Governance of artificial intelligence (AI) - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 22nd May 2024
Oral Evidence - 2024-05-22 09:30:00+01:00

Commercialising Research - Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Friday 24th May 2024
Correspondence - Correspondence from the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero in relation to large-scale nuclear market engagement, dated 22 May 2024

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Tuesday 28th May 2024
Report - Third Report - Governance of artificial intelligence (AI)

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Report - Legacy – Parliament 2019–24

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Formal Minutes - Formal Minutes of Session 2023–24

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee
Wednesday 29th May 2024
Attendance statistics - Members' Attendance (2023-24)

Science, Innovation and Technology Committee


Select Committee Inquiry
15 May 2024
Commercialising Research
Science, Innovation and Technology Committee (Select)
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29 May 2024
Legacy Report - Parliament 2019-2024
Science, Innovation and Technology Committee (Select)
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