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Anne Main, Conservative MP for St Albans, introduced Westminster Hall debate on 20 May on the allocation of school places
Westminster Hall adjournment debates take place to allow MPs to debate issues of local or personal interest which rarely had time to be debated in the Main Chamber of the House of Commons. There are debates on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The purpose of the debates is to allow MPs to discuss the issues and to receive a response by a government Minister.
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