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MPs took part in an emergency debate on the current situation in Yemen on Thursday 30 November 2017.
The House of Commons agreed to an application for an emergency debate, made by Andrew Mitchell, on Wednesday 30 November 2017.
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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