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Commons Private Members' Bills: 23 November 2018

23 November 2018

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MPs debated a number of Private Members' Bills in the House of Commons on Friday 23 November 2018.

Private Members' Bills

The following Bills were debated:

Stalking Protection Bill

This Bill, sponsored by Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, aims to create a new civil Stalking Protection Order to protect members of the public from risks associated with stalking.

The Stalking Protection Bill's third reading was approved without division. It will now advance to the House of Lords.

Parking (Code of Practice) Bill

This Bill, sponsored by Sir Greg Knight MP, seeks to make provision for a code of practice containing guidance about the operation and management of private parking facilities.

The third reading of the Parking (Code of Practive) Bill was approved without division. It will now advance to the House of Lords.

Voter Registration Bill

Sir Christopher Chope's Voter Registration Bill had its second reading. The bill aims to change the law to prevent the registration of voters in more than one Constituency.

This Bill was still being debated when the session ended and has been suspended until a later date.

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About Private Members' Bills

Private Members' Bills are Public Bills introduced by MPs and Lords who are not government ministers.

As with other Public Bills, their purpose is to change the law as it applies to the general population.

A minority of Private Members' Bills become law but, by creating publicity around an issue, they may affect legislation indirectly.

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