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South East Cambridgeshire MP, James Paice, opens Westminster Hall adjournment debate on the treatment of small businesses by the Reading office of HBOS.
An adjournment debate is simply a way in the Commons of having a general debate without requiring the House to vote.
At sittings in Westminster Hall on Tuesdays and Wednesdays there are two one-and-a-half hour debates and three half-hour debates. The one-and-a-half hour debates are intended to be more general involving a number of MPs.
Each government department is available to respond to debates only every other week, according to a rota.
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