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Bill documents — House of Lords Reform Bill 2012-13

Bills

Full text of the Bill as introduced and further versions of the Bill as it is reprinted to incorporate amendments (proposals for change) made during its passage through Parliament.

House Bill Date
Commons Bill 52 2012-13 (as introduced) | PDF version, 403KB 27.06.2012

Explanatory Notes

Documents prepared by the Government to explain the purpose of the Bill.

House Explanatory Notes Date
Commons Bill 52 EN 2012-13 | PDF version, 362KB 27.06.2012

Amendment papers

Full list of amendment papers relating to the Bill. Individual amendment papers will be replaced with consolidated lists before the amendments are discussed.

House Amendment Paper Date
Commons Notices of Amendments given on 11 July 2012 | PDF version 12.07.2012
Commons Notices of Amendments given on 10 July 2012 | PDF version, 29KB 11.07.2012

Research papers

House of Commons Library Research Papers and House of Lords Library Notes aim to be politically impartial. They contain factual information as well as a range of opinions on each subject. Research Papers and Library Notes on Bills are produced before Second Reading and, in the Commons, after Committee Stage.

House Research Paper Date
Commons Briefing Paper on Second Reading 04.07.2012

Impact Assessments

List of related Impact Assessments

House Impact Assessments Date
Impact Assessment (PDF, 3MB) 27.06.2012
Impact Assessment - Cost Projections (PDF, 443KB) 27.06.2012

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