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The House of Lords Constitution Committee inquiry into referendums contines at 10.45am, when evidence is heard from Steve Richards, Chief Political Commentator at The Independent.
The Constitution Committee inquiry will focus on referendums and the potential constitutional impact of their greater use in the UK. They will also consider whether proposed changes to the UK’s constitution should be subject to referendums.
Issues the Committee inquiry is looking at include:
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