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A session is a parliamentary year. Sessions normally begin in the Spring with the State Opening of Parliament and run for about 12 months. There are normally five sessions in each Parliament.

Letter dated 9 April 2020 from Kevin Foster MP, Minister for Future Borders and Immigration, Home Office to Lord Morris of Aberavon, Chairman EU Justice Sub-Committee about the EU Settlement Scheme
Inquiry Brexit: Citizens rights: follow-up
Committees EU Justice Sub-Committee
Correspondence
Letter dated 24 March 2020 from Amanda Solloway MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Science, Research and Innovation), Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to Lord Morris of Aberavon, Chair of EU Justice Sub-Committee about the Unified Patent Court
Work Brexit, the UK and the Unified Patent Court (Non-inquiry session)
Committees EU Justice Sub-Committee
Correspondence
Letter dated 24 February 2020 from Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP, Foreign Secretary to Lord Morris of Aberavon, Chairman EU Justice Sub-Committee about UK nationals living in the EU
Correspondence
Letter dated 10 March from Lord Morris of Aberavon, Chair of EU Justice Sub-Committee to Amanda Solloway MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Science, Research and Innovation), Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy about the UK's involvement in the Unified Patent Court
Work Brexit, the UK and the Unified Patent Court (Non-inquiry session)
Committees EU Justice Sub-Committee
Correspondence
Letter dated 25 February 2020 from Lord Morris, Chair of EU Justice Sub-Committee to Kevin Foster MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Immigration about aspects of the EU Settlement Scheme affecting vulnerable people
Inquiry Brexit: Citizens rights: follow-up
Committees EU Justice Sub-Committee
Correspondence
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