Emergency Debate on changes to Personal Independence Payment Regulations

29 March 2017

The House of Commons held an emergency debate on changes to Personal Independence Payment Regulations on Wednesday 29 March.

Further information

Application for debate

The House of Commons agreed to an application for an emergency debate made by Debbie Abrahams on Tuesday 28 March 2017.

Emergency debates

An emergency debate is a debate called at short notice in the House of Commons on a matter that should have urgent consideration. An MP may apply to the Speaker for an emergency debate under the rules of Standing Order No. 24.

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