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MPs debated the Finance Bill in a Committee of the whole House on Wednesday 11 October.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Mel Stride, opened the debate.
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Peter Dowd, responded on behalf of the Opposition. The Finance Bill passed Second Reading 320 to 299 following a division. (Division 16).
The Finance Bill aims to:
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