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Members of the House of Lords contributed to the report stage - further line by line examination - of the Personal Care at Home Bill on 17 March
Clauses 1 and 2 were discussed on topics covering a delay in the starting date for the new legislation, allowing the Bill to lapse if it does not come into force, and an independent review of the costs involved.
Votes on amendments to the Personal Care at Home Bill
View the results of the four votes on amendments to the Personal Care at Home Bill on our Divisions Analysis tool:
The Government was defeated on all four amendments.
Third reading - the final tidying-up of the Bill in the Lords - takes place on 24 March.
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