The government has agreed to provide Parliament with updates on the removal of Chinese CCTV cameras from “sensitive” public buildings. On Wednesday, the government blocked an attempt by the Lords to pass a law preventing forced organ harvesting from the UK’s public supply chain. This amendment was removed from the Procurement Bill for the second time after being reinserted by peers on Monday. The amendment would have allowed contractors to exclude suppliers involved in forced organ harvesting. However, the government believes that the existing exclusion ground of professional misconduct covers this issue. The government won the vote by 80 votes, despite opposition from Labour and the Scottish National Party. There is a possibility that the Lords will attempt to reattach the amendment.