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Two hours in, today’s cabinet meeting is still carrying on.
Hammond and Truss have left Cabinet for Treasury questions – rest of them still in there after two hours
The House of Lords commission has announced that it is setting up its own inquiry into bullying and harassment at the Lords end of the building. It will be independently run. In a press notice the Lords says:
While the exact terms of reference for the review will be set by the external members of the commission, it is anticipated they will reflect those of Dame Laura Cox’s inquiry into bullying and harassment of Commons service staff, and the second Commons inquiry that is expected to be launched shortly covering the rest of the Commons community.