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That this House believes that, given the UK's role and responsibilities as a member of the European Union, and of the Council of Europe and as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, the need for the Government to do all it can to ensure the safety and security of UK residents in Catalonia, and of UK visitors to Catalunya and most pertinently, the Government's recent experience of the Scottish referendum and its understanding of the importance of hearing the voices of all the people through a referendum in progressing peace in Northern Ireland, the Government should now call on both sides in Catalonia to enter into immediate talks and offer its good offices to facilitate progress.
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