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Members of the Lords concluded examining the Business Rate Supplements Bill on 18 May in Grand Committee
Suggested changes to the Bill were discussed and covered clauses 5-29.
In Grand Committee - every clause has to be agreed to and changes can be made but votes on the changes do not take place.
The Bill moves to report stage - a further chance to amend the Bill - on 8 June.
The Business Rate Supplements Bill empowers certain local authorities in England and Wales to levy a local supplement on the business rate to invest in that area.
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