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That this House welcomes the call by the Trades Union Congress, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Community Service Volunteers, Volunteering England and the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action for a new Community Day bank holiday to celebrate and encourage community action and involvement; agrees that community activity is good for the participants, wider society and the economy; notes that even with an extra bank holiday there would still be two fewer public holidays in the United Kingdom than the European Union average; and believes that the day would recognise the importance of the often unsung efforts of volunteers and community groups and the role they play in promoting the diversity and variety which is an important part of the values that bind the United Kingdom together.
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