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Dissolution of Parliament

The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Frederick S. Williams, 'Our iron roads', (1884)

Christian Wolmar, 'Fire & steam: a new history of the railways in Britain', (2007)

Derek Aldcroft and Michael Freeman (eds.), 'Transport in the Industrial Revolution', (1983)

Philip S. Bagwell, 'The transport revolution from 1770', (1974)

Philip Bagwell and Peter Lyth, 'Transport in Britain: from canal lock to gridlock', (2002)

Frederick Clifford, 'A history of private bill legislation', (1885)

W.T. Jackman, 'The development of transportation in modern England', (1916)

Witnesses before Parliament: a guide to the database of witnesses in committees on opposed private bills, 1771-1917, House of Lords Record Office Memorandum No. 85, (1997)

John R. Day and John Reed, 'The story of London's Underground', (2005)

Historic Hansard

Search the Offical Report of all the debates in Parliament that took place between 1803-1805

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Current parliament business on the topic of transport