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Members of the House of Lords discussed the second reading - main principles - of four Private Members' Bills on 11 December.
Private Members' Bills can be introduced in the House of Lords by any Member who would like to change a law. There is no ballot in the Lords. To become law a Private Members' Bill must go through the same stages as a Government Bill.
The Bills proceed to committee stage for line by line examination of their contents - dates for which are still to be scheduled.
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