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The House of Lords has paid tribute to the Lords of Appeal in Ordinary ahead of the formation of the new Supreme Court.
A government minister has revealed that staff in her department “do not monitor any websites to track the source of remarks posted about ministers.”
Significant reforms to the role of the Attorney-General have been confirmed in a written answer from ministers. The changes do not require legislation.
The House of Lords and the House of Commons have gone into recess. They will return on October 12th.
On Monday night a debate concerning the creation of a new select committee (Reform of the House of Commons Committee) was held.
The election of hereditary peers to the House of Lords will be ended by new legislation proposed by the government.
The Supreme Court implementation programme remains on time and within budget, according to a statement from ministers.
A minister in the House of Lords has said calculating the number of children of asylum seekers were detained at two immigration removal centres would be too expensive.