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Westminster Hour

Westminster Hour 14 June 2020

Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter

House of Commons

Business Statement

Statement by Jacob Rees-Mogg on upcoming business in the chamber.

Statement in the House of Commons by leader of the House Jacob Rees-Mogg on upcoming business in the chamber.

Select Committees

Coronavirus Quarantine Measures Committee

The UK government's quarantine policy of a 14-day isolation period.

The Home Affairs Committee session on the UK government's quarantine policy of a 14-day isolation period for most people entering the UK.

The Home Affairs Committee session on the UK government's quarantine policy of a 14-day isolation period for most people entering the UK, with evidence from professor Teo Yik Ying, professor Gabriel Yueng, Sir David Skegg and professor James Wilson, from Wednesday 10 June.

Select Committees

Covid-19 in Scotland Committee

Scottish Affairs Committee session on covid-19 in Scotland and the four nations approach.

Commons Scottish Affairs Committee session on covid-19 in Scotland and the 'four nations' approach, from Thursday 11 June.

House of Commons

Planning Process Urgent Question

Urgent question tabled by Steve Reed on Thursday 11 June.

The urgent question tabled by Steve Reed on public confidence in the integrity of the planning process and the quasi-judicial role of the housing secretary.

The urgent question in the House of Commons tabled on Thursday 11 June by shadow communities and local government secretary Steve Reed on public confidence in the integrity of the planning process and the quasi-judicial role of the housing secretary.

House of Lords

Lords Private Notice Question on US Protests

Question on the response to protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Private Notice Question on whether the government has made representations to the US government on their response to the ongoing protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Private Notice Question in the House of Lords on whether the government has made representations to the US government on their response to the ongoing protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and what they are doing to address racism, discrimination and injustice in the UK, from Monday 8 June.

Coverage of the daily briefing from the Scottish government on the coronavirus outbreak.

Live coverage of the daily briefing from the Scottish government on the coronavirus outbreak.

The England rugby player on racism, Black Lives Matter, statues and finding middle ground

The leading England rugby player on racism, Black Lives Matter, statues, finding middle ground, the diversity of Harrow School, and being impressed by Keir Starmer

Questions in the House of Lords, from Wednesday 10 June.

News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament

Questions in the Scottish Parliament to Nicola Sturgeon on Wednesday 10 June.

Questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Wednesday 10 June.

Nickie Aiken introdcuing her Pedicabs (London) Bill in the Commons, from Tuesday 9 June.

Conservative MP Nickie Aiken introdcuing her Pedicabs (London) Bill in the Commons, from Tuesday 9 June.

Highlights of the week in Washington in the fourth year of Donald Trump's presidency.

Highlights of the week in Washington in the fourth year of Donald Trump's presidency including coverage of the testimony by the brother of George Floyd to the House.

Highlights of the week in Washington in the fourth year of Donald Trump's presidency including coverage of the testimony by the brother of George Floyd to the House hearing on police violence alongside civil rights leaders and a police chief.

Select Committees

Public Services Committee

How could the covid-19 outbreak inform the future role of public services?

Public Services Committee session on how the covid-19 outbreak may inform the future role of public services, from Wednesday 10 June.

News, views and features on yesterday's stories in Parliament.

House of Commons

Public Order Statement

Coverage of a statement from the home secretary Priti Patel on public order.

Coverage of a statement from the home secretary Priti Patel on public order and protests held in Westminster at the weekend.

Highlights of Monday 15 June in Parliament presented by David Cornock.

Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons on Monday 15 June.

Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons including statutory instruments on electricity, environmental protection and the coronavirus outbreak.

Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons including statutory instruments on electricity, environmental protection, the coronavirus outbreak and damages paid after a fatal accident.

House of Lords

Lords Planning Process Statement

The statement in the House of Lords on the integrity of the planning system.

The statement in the House of Lords on the integrity of the planning system after controversy over housing secretary Robert Jenrick's approval of a scheme backed by a Conservative party donor.

The statement in the House of Lords on the integrity of the planning system after controversy over housing secretary Robert Jenrick's approval of a scheme backed by a Conservative party donor, from Tuesday 16 June.

Isabel Hardman of the Spectator looks behind the scenes at Westminster.

Reaction at Westminster to the atrocities in Paris last weekend. Plus police funding for the raised terrorist threat, and is Parliament sensitive to gender?

Isabel Hardman of The Spectator looks behind the scenes at Westminster.

Did the Prime Minister take the right approach this week in responding to the atrocities in Paris, and did Jeremy Corbyn show statesmanship in Labour's response? Can we be sure the police will be adequately funded, given the terrorist threat has been raised to severe? Plus how gender sensitive is Parliament?

The editor is Marie Jessel.

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