Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill — Third Reading — 16 May 2006 at 21:59
Those voting Aye agreed that the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill (as amended) be read a Third time. It is now sent to the House of Lords for further scrutiny. Any changes that they recommend will be returned back to the House of Commons for further review, thus giving MPs a second chance to consider some of the matters they did not have time to look at during this two days of debate.
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