Sessional Return

The Sessional Return is the authoritative source for statistics about the work of the House of Commons and its Committees. Published by the House itself shortly after the end of each parliamentary year, it includes figures for the number and length of all sittings and the time spent on different types of business in the Chamber and Westminster Hall as well as comprehensive data on bills, parliamentary questions, divisions, early day motions and the meetings and reports of Commons committees.

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