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Stay up-to-date with key discussions in Parliament

Stay up-to-date with key discussions in Parliament

Posted by emily-craxton | 19 June 2017

Elections, votes and changes to government can dramatically impact the direction of the law and 36 hours before the polls opened on this election, Theresa May indicated if human rights laws prevent implementation of the governments anti-terrorism policies she will change them.

In the wake of the recent election, it is important to stay on top of what is happening in Parliament. Justis Parliament allows you to search what each MP has said in Parliament going as far back as 1979. You can enable email alerts for any time a piece of legislation is mentioned in Parliamentary records to stay up date with key changes, for example, how the Great Repeal Bill impacts s2 of the European Communities Act 1972 or to follow the discussion of the Human Rights Act. You can also create alerts for specific searches, such as new parliamentary question, contributions and proceedings for a particular MP.

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