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House of Commons debates delegated legislation on benefits uprating and minimum pension increases for 2009.
Delegated legislation allows the Government to make changes to a law without needing to push through a completely new Act of Parliament. The original Act (also known as primary legislation) would have provisions that allow for future delegated legislation to alter the law to differing degrees.
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