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Bill stages — Finance Act 2017

Dates for all stages of the passage of the Bill, including links to the debates.

Stage Date
1st reading: House of Commons 1st reading: House of Commons 14 March, 2017 14.03.2017
2nd reading: House of Commons 2nd reading: House of Commons 18 April, 2017 18.04.2017
Programme motion: House of Commons Programme motion: House of Commons (no debate) 18.04.2017
Carry-over motion: House of Commons Carry-over motion: House of Commons (no debate) 18.04.2017
Committee stage: House of Commons Committee stage: House of Commons 25.04.2017
Report stage: House of Commons Report stage: House of Commons 25.04.2017
3rd reading: House of Commons 3rd reading: House of Commons 25 April, 2017 25.04.2017
1st reading (Hansard): House of Lords 1st reading (Hansard): House of Lords 25 April, 2017 25.04.2017
1st reading (Minutes of Proceedings): House of Lords 1st reading (Minutes of Proceedings): House of Lords 25 April, 2017 25.04.2017
2nd reading (Hansard): House of Lords 2nd reading (Hansard): House of Lords 26 April, 2017 26.04.2017
2nd reading (Minutes of Proccedings): House of Lords 2nd reading (Minutes of Proccedings): House of Lords 26 April, 2017 26.04.2017
Committee negatived: House of Lords Committee negatived: House of Lords 26.04.2017
3rd reading (Hansard): House of Lords 3rd reading (Hansard): House of Lords 26 April, 2017 26.04.2017
3rd reading (Minutes of Proceedings): House of Lords 3rd reading (Minutes of Proceedings): House of Lords 26 April, 2017 26.04.2017
Royal Assent (Hansard) Royal Assent (Hansard) 27 April, 2017 27.04.2017
Royal Assent (Minutes of Proceedings) Royal Assent (Minutes of Proceedings) 27 April, 2017 27.04.2017

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