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The bound volumes of Hansard are published following proofreading and correction of errors.
As of November 2015, the bound volumes are now incorporated into the new Hansard web pages. Below are the PDFs of bound volumes since November 2015.
Vol. 609 - 3 May to 12 May 2016 ( PDF 3.7 MB)
Index to Vol. 609 ( PDF 123 KB)
Vol. 608 - 11 April to 28 April 2016 ( PDF 7.68 MB)
Index to Vol. 608 ( PDF 173 KB)
Vol. 607 - 7 March to 24 March 2016 ( PDF 8.47 MB)
Index to Vol. 607 ( PDF 185 KB)
Vol. 606 - 22 February to 4 March 2016 ( PDF 5.65 MB)
Index to Vol. 606 ( PDF 150 KB)
Vol. 605 - 25 January to 11 February 2016 ( PDF 8.73 MB)
Vol. 605 with index ( PDF 8.73 MB)
Vol. 604 - 5 January to 22 January 2016 ( PDF 8.27 MB)
Vol. 604 with index ( PDF 8.27 MB)
Vol. 603 - 30 November to 17 December 2015 ( PDF 8.56 MB)
Vol. 603 with index ( PDF 8.56 MB)
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