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Broadcast General Election debates

Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded and report published.

How can we ensure that public interest is the primary concern in determining the major questions surrounding the broadcast of General Election debates?

That is the question at the heart of the House of Lords Communications Committee’s new inquiry, which will investigate the management and operation of broadcasting General Election debates, both as they are administered now and how the process might look in the future. 

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