Marine Bill: third reading

09 June 2009

Members of the Lords discussed the third reading of the Marine and Coastal Access Bill on 8 June. Third reading is the final chance for the Lords to change the Bill.

The Lords spent one week short of six months deliberating, examining and revising the Marine and Coastal Access Bill and it now moves to the Commons for its consideration.

The Government's Bill covers a broad range of marine issues.

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