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What is the purpose of the Robing room, and what are the room's unique features?
The Royal Gallery is used for important occasions such as state receptions and parliamentary ceremonies. Find out more about the distinctive furnishings of this room
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Why does the Commons Chamber look comparatively austere to that of the Lords? Learn more about the present Chamber
What happened to the Speaker's Chair when the Commons Chamber was destroyed by bombs in 1941?
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