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Royal Assent: Finn's Law

Bill to protect service animals gets Royal Assent

Offensive Weapons Bill returns to the Lords

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Peers discuss sale and delivery of bladed products

Lords EU exit regulations: 9 April

Members consider rules on personal data breaches, food additives and customer discrimination

Four short debates in the Lords

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Peers discuss overseas aid, climate change, rights of way and sexual violence

Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill: Lords third reading

'Finn's Law' aims to increase protection for working animals

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Lords EU exit regulations: 25 March 26.03.2019
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Stalking Protection Bill: Lords third reading 20.03.2019