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What powers does the Government have to deprive people of their British citizenship and withdraw passports http://t.co/yuPCQaPITo
Second reading of the Affordable Homes Bill today. Read more on the bill at http://t.co/sU2MTzdoKt
Latest economic indicators available, with articles on Welfare to Work and Internet access in the UK http://t.co/ndL8YgWCfV #GDP #Inflation
@Demos New report on housing options for the elderly and disabled http://t.co/UVCFHc8jAj
Opposition day debate on infant class sizes. How have class sizes varied since 1978? http://t.co/UujReHuyer
Superfast #broadband – what is being done to expand coverage and how does the UK compare internationally?… http://t.co/SXmStN4nB7
Second reading of Pension Schemes Bill today. MPs to debate plans on workplace #pensions and guidance to savers. See http://t.co/NBaz34gYXC
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@domweinberg The research you mention was carried out by @commonslibrary at the request of an individual Member,so is not publicly available
@resfoundation New report on improving standards in the private rented sector http://t.co/kLG7Dke7pj
Debate today on #Mitochondrial replacement techniques and public safety. Read our related briefing at http://t.co/nzoLQ5nyd2
The UK has the second largest aerospace industry in the World. Find out more in our latest briefing http://t.co/2ayne9QaMU
How does the rate of UK inflation compare with the Eurozone and other countries? http://t.co/oHmECisC7P
How many young people are not in education, employment or training? http://t.co/47hP4lB2NT
@WHO New report on the regulation of e-cigarettes http://t.co/tHFYyZfmFZ