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The Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill passed its report stage and third reading in the House of Commons. It now moves onto the House of Lords
Summary of the Bill
This is a wide-ranging Bill covering a number of different policy areas. The content varies in some significant ways from its draft version.
New chapters have been added to the Bill and the clauses on the Attorney General which were in the draft Bill have not been included.
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