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Members of the House of Lords contributed to the fourth day of line by line examination of the Equality Bill on 25 January
Clause 83 was discussed on amendments covering employment and religion.
Three votes on proposed amendments to the Bill took place, with the Government defeated on all three amendments.
A fifth day of committee stage is scheduled for 27 January.
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