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Chancellor delivered statement to the House of Commons
Backbench Business debate will take place on 5 December 2013
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee's inquiry continues at 9.30am
Subject for debate in Commons chosen by the Opposition
No business announced for today
Online Safety Bill [HL] - Second reading - Baroness Howe of Idlicote /
Equality (Titles) Bill [HL] - Committee - Lord Lucas /
Rights of the Sovereign and the Duchy of Cornwall Bill [HL] - Committee - Lord Berkeley /
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