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Members of the Lords considered the Commons amendments to the Marine and Coastal Access Bill on 11 November
Amendments on outstanding issues including the Marine Management Organisation, the relationship between marine conservation and commercial fishing, and inshore fisheries and conservation authorities in England were discussed and resolved.
The Bill now awaits Royal Assent - the final stage of the Bill's passage through Parliament when it becomes an Act (law).
The Marine and Coastal Access Bill covers a broad range of marine issues, including:
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