Thursday 21 February | LordsQs | House of Lords

Published on 22 Feb 2019, 11:17
At the start of business every sitting day Monday to Thursday, the House of Lords quizzes government on any topic. Government ministers or spokespeople must answer members’ questions, and any member may take part. On Thursday 21 February in #LordsQs:

- 0:00:00 Lord Lexden asked government what consideration they had given to a report looking at secondary legislation by Parliament's Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments
- 0:08:59 Baroness Thornton asked government what steps they had taken to implement the findings of their GP Partnership Review
- 0:15:38 Lord Bassam of Brighton asked government if they would reconsider changes to free school meal provision following the delay of Universal Credit
- 0:23:21 Lord Alton of Liverpool asked if government intended to update the Treason Act 1351 to prosecute returning jihadists

Read the full transcript of yesterday’s questions in Lords Hansard

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