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Lords debates franchise for Peers and printed material for live events
MPs to debate EU Referendum Bill and more from 9.30am
Oldest member of Lords and former judge dies
Minister for Disabled People made statement in Commons
European Union (Referendum) Bill - Second reading - James Wharton
Margaret Thatcher Day Bill - Second reading - Mr Peter Bone
EU Membership (Audit of Costs and Benefits) Bill - Second reading - Mr Christopher Chope
Specialist Printing Equipment and Materials (Offences) Bill - Second reading - Charlie Elphicke
Support for young fathers
No business announced for today
Extension of Franchise (House of Lords) Bill [HL] - Second reading - Lord Dubs
Cultural and Community Distribution Deregulation Bill [HL] - Second reading - Lord Clement-Jones
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