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During Urgent Questions in the House of Commons on Thursday 4 June, the UK Government claimed it had a legal duty under the CEDAW convention to push ahead with the vote on…
The UK Government’s controversial divorce bill will receive its second reading in the House of Commons on Monday 8 June.
Since being introduced, concerns have been steadily growing in Scotland over proposed new hate crime laws.
A new pro-life bill received its first reading in the House of Commons today, as it begins its Parliamentary journey.
Last night, MLAs voted 46 to 40 in favour of a DUP motion which rejected the imposition of abortion legislation including abortion up to birth for non-fatal disabilities and Down's syndrome.
The Northern Ireland Assembly this evening voted in favour of a DUP motion rejecting the imposition of abortion legislation which extends to abortion up to birth for all non-fatal disabilities, including Down’s…
This evening, members of the Northern Ireland Assembly (MLAs) will debate a motion rejecting abortion to birth for all non-fatal disabilities. The motion reads as follows:
One of the issues CARE has campaigned on is the issue of gambling related harm. Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of people gamble on a regular basis and for some, it…
Measures introduced to help curb online gambling harms during the coronavirus lockdown must carry on as the UK enters the ‘new normal’, according to the Gambling Health Alliance (GHA).
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