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Members of the Lords suggested and discussed changes to the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Bill - concluding report stage. Amendments suggested covered clauses 45-56 of the Bill.
A final chance to change the Bill will now be considered at third reading. All suggested changes can be discussed and votes can take place.
The Government's Bill aims to make changes to immigration, citizenship and nationality.
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