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The UK Government is not doing enough to address the harms caused by gambling in England and Wales, according to MPs.
The law on abortion in Guernsey is set to become considerably more extreme after State Members voted for significant changes.
A Bill to introduce buffer zones outside abortion clinics across England and Wales has been strongly opposed in Parliament today by a prominent backbench MP.
Controversial plans to liberalise Sunday Trading in England and Wales appear to have been abandoned by the Prime Minister, following the threat of widespread rebellion.
This year, the National parliamentary prayer breakfast will be taking place online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
MPs at Westminster will debate Buffer Zones around abortion clinics on Wednesday this week (24 June).
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been warned by his own MPs that he will face a rebellion in the house of Commons if he tries to liberalise Sunday trading laws.
On Wednesday, MPs at Westminster voted for the UK Government's Northern Ireland Abortion Regulations by 253 to 136. It followed an earlier vote on Monday when Members of the House of Lords…
The Government's controversial no-fault divorce reforms for England and Wales will soon become law after the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill was rushed through all remaining stages in the House of Commons…
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