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Members of the Lords discussed the third reading of the Policing and Crime Bill - legislation which would change the law on a range of issues including the accountability of the police, the laws on soliciting and more - on 11 November
Amendments (proposals for change) discussed covered issues including lap dancing and other sexual entertainment venues.
The Bill has been returned to the House of Commons for MPs to consider Lords amendments.
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