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Members of the Lords discussed the third reading of the Welfare Reform Bill on 3 November
Amendments (proposals for change) discussed included clauses (parts) 28-47 of the Bill on subjects covering exemption from jobseeking conditions for victims of domestic violence, power to rename council tax benefit and claimants dependent on drugs.
The Bill has been returned to the House of Commons for MPs to consider Lords amendments.
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