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During the ninth day of committee stage in the House of Lords on 16 March, further suggested changes to the Marine and Coastal Access Bill were discussed. Amendments discussed covered clauses 145-193 of the Bill.
Line by line examination of the Bill takes place during committee stage – every suggested change can be discussed and votes can happen. Any Member of the Lords can take part.
Further line by line examination takes place on 30 March.
The Bill covers a broad range of marine issues.
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