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Care Bill - consideration of Lords amendments today. FAQs on #SocialCare funding reform available http://t.co/YRqBarzWQI
@FlipChartRick You would have to contact the office of the Member concerned to obtain a copy.
@FlipChartRick The paper you mention was carried out by @commonslibrary at the request of an individual Member, so is not publicly available
What is the public interest test for mergers and takeovers? http://t.co/XKEPe4jl9n #UKbusiness
Debate today on collaborative #epetitions system for both the Commons and Government. Read our background briefing http://t.co/cHpFMrTOty
@instituteforgov report on Civil Service and governing parties in the fifth year of the Parliament http://t.co/zEJEswb6RY
What amendments were made by the Lords to the Water Bill? http://t.co/pRFHtWvWiJ Bill returns to Commons today to consider amendments.
Committee debate continues for Wales Bill today. Read about the proposed changes to devolution in Wales at http://t.co/qssU2sN8HB
The European Union: a democratic institution? http://t.co/e7h7wt6y8A #EP2014
Report by @EURightsAgency highlights barriers to political participation for people with disabilities http://t.co/BJJdeI3RZS
Nearly 1 in 5 General Election votes are via postal. How has this changed since 1945? http://t.co/vIOStniBjI
Interim @HMICgov report on crime-recording suggests 20% of crimes may be going unrecorded http://t.co/rXtJ1F6ED4
@CommonsWelshAff Debate today on impact of changes to #HousingBenefit in Wales. Relevant briefing available http://t.co/SArYMlWmaS
@PolStudiesAssoc New report on young people and political participation http://t.co/eG80Iigum3
New figures out on #zerohours contracts – what do we now know? http://t.co/SffvvGfi7o