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Written to help MPs get up to speed on the issues that will take centre stage in the new Parliament, Key Issues 2017 gives readers the facts in a series of concise and easy-to-read articles written by impartial Commons Library experts.
Key Issues 2017 covers Brexit, the housing crisis, the future of devolution, countering extremism, the NHS, cybercrime and security and much more.
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