Source: British House Of Lords News
22 June 2020
Questions in the House of Lords on Tuesday 23 June focus on illegal fly-tipping, government progress since the most recent London Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, reducing the number of introductions of new members and the safe return of students to schools.
Questions on Tuesday 23 June from 11am:
Lord Trefgarne to ask the government what steps it is taking to reduce the amount of illegal fly-tipping, particularly in rural areas
Lord Collins of Highbury to ask the government about its progress on implementing the action points since the most recent London Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
Lord Balfe to ask the government what consideration has been given to reducing the number of introductions of new Peers
Lord Randall of Uxbridge to ask the government about its consultations with education and health professionals about plans to facilitate the safe return of students to schools as soon as possible.
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