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    Research Briefing

    Maintaining and funding war memorials

    There are estimated to be over 100,000 war memorials in the UK. This paper collates some useful resources for individuals seeking information on funding, maintenance and other war memorial related questions.

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    Research Briefing

    The Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla

    A briefing paper on the preparations for the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, what took place on Coronation day and other events associated with the ceremony.

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    Research Briefing

    Unauthorised Entry to Football Matches Bill

    The Unauthorised Entry to Football Matches Bill would create a new offence of unauthorised entry to designated football matches in England and Wales.

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    Research Briefing

    Holocaust Memorial Bill: Progress of the Bill

    The Holocaust Memorial Bill would remove restrictions on building a Holocaust Memorial in Victoria Tower Gardens. It is scheduled for its committee and remaining stages on 22 May 2024.

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    Research Briefing

    Ministers in the House of Lords

    Cabinet Ministers are sometimes members of the House of Lords. This paper sets out recent examples and considers the accountability arrangements for Cabinet Ministers in the Lords. It also looks at the appointment of ‘outside’ ministerial appointments.

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    Debate Pack

    The BBC mid-term charter review

    The BBC’s mid-term charter review will be debated in the House of Commons on Thursday 9 May 2024.

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    Research Briefing

    Football Governance Bill

    The Football Governance Bill would establish an independent regulator for the men's game in England.

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    Research Briefing

    Ticket resales

    This briefing paper outlines the current regulation of the secondary ticketing market. It also considers recent initiatives to tighten regulation of this sector.

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    Debate Pack

    Gambling advertising in sport

    A debate on gambling advertising in sport will take place in Westminster Hall scheduled for Wednesday 13 March 2024, from 2:30pm. Ronnie Cowan MP will open the debate.

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    Research Briefing

    Football governance – time for change?

    This Briefing looks at plans to legislate for an independent regulator for English football.

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    Debate Pack

    Trends in funding levels for youth services

    There will be a debate on trends in funding levels for youth services on Wednesday 28 February at 9:30am. This debate will be held in Westminster Hall and will be led by Rachel Hopkins MP.

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    Debate Pack

    E-petition debate on financial risk checks for gambling

    A Westminster Hall debate has been scheduled for 26 February 2024 on e-petition 649894 and financial risk checks for gambling. The subject for the debate has been chosen by the Petitions Committee, and the debate will be opened by Christina Rees MP.

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    Research Briefing

    The National Lottery

    This Briefing gives an overview of how the National Lottery operates and is regulated.

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    Debate Pack

    The future of Girlguiding in the British Overseas Territories (OTs)

    A Westminster Hall debate on the future of Girlguiding in the British Overseas Territories (OTs) will take place on Tuesday 23 January 2024, from 9:30-11:00am. The debate was scheduled by the Backbench Business Committee and will be led by Jim Shannon MP and Caroline Nokes MP.

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    Debate Pack

    Loneliness and isolation in elderly and vulnerable people

    There will be a Westminster Hall debate on loneliness and isolation in elderly and vulnerable people on Wednesday 6 December at 2:30pm. This debate has been sponsored by Derek Thomas MP.

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