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Petitions Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Petitions Committee considers e-petitions submitted on Parliament’s petitions website and public (paper) petitions presented to the House of Commons, engaging the public directly with the work of the House. You can follow the committee on X (formerly Twitter) @HoCpetitions.

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Reports, special reports and government responses

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Second Report - Tackling online abuse
Inquiry Tackling Online Abuse
HC 766
Report
Response to this report
Second Special Report - Tackling Online Abuse: Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report
HC 1224
Special Report
Second Special Report - Tackling Online Abuse: Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report
Inquiry Tackling Online Abuse
HC 1224
Special Report
First Report - Impact of Covid-19 on new parents: one year on
Work Impact of Covid-19 on new parents: one year on (Non-inquiry session)
HC 479
Report
Response to this report
First Special Report - Impact of Covid-19 on new parents: one year on: Government Response to the Committee’s First Report
HC 1132
Special Report
Response to this report
Correspondence from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Vaccines and Public Health relating to the Committee’s inquiry into the impact of Covid-19 on new parents: one year on
HC 479
Correspondence

Oral evidence transcripts

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16 May 2023
Work A statutory duty of care for higher education students (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses AMOSSHE, and Universities UK
Oral Evidence
16 May 2023
Work A statutory duty of care for higher education students (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses PAPYRUS, Student Minds, and NUS UK
Oral Evidence
16 May 2023
Work A statutory duty of care for higher education students (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Lee Fryatt, petition creator, Ben West, Hilary Grime, and Mark Shanahan
Oral Evidence
House of Commons (PEE0024)
Work Public engagement on e-petitions (Non-inquiry session)
Petitions Committee (PEE0023)
Work Public engagement on e-petitions (Non-inquiry session)
House of Commons (PEE0022)
Work Public engagement on e-petitions (Non-inquiry session)

Contact us

  • Email: petitionscommittee@parliament.uk
  • Phone: (General) 0207 219 4887 / For media enquiries contact Charles White, Senior Media Officer, at hocmediacorporate@parliament.uk and 0207 219 0969 / CommonsPressOffice@parliament.uk