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Four Bills became Acts of Parliament - law - on 2 July: Geneva Conventions and United Nations Personnel (Protocols) Act; Business Rate Supplements Act; Saving Gateway Accounts Act and Broads Authority Act
Royal Assent is usually notified to each House separately and, once given Royal Assent, the Bills become Acts of Parliament.
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