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Bill documents — Defamation Bill [HL] 2010-12

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House Bill Date
Lords HL Bill 003 - 2010-11 (as introduced on 26 May 2010) | PDF version, 137KB 27.05.2010

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House Briefing papers Date
Lords Library Note 2010/016 (PDF, 134KB) 05.11.2010

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