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The Sub-Committee's report on Women on Boards was published on Friday 9 November 2012. The report was debated in the House of Lords on Tuesday 13 November.
The Commission published a legislative proposal the next day, on 14 November 2012, which the Committee considered, and issued a reasoned opinion on the grounds that the proposal failed to comply with the principle of subsidiarity.
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