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This Library Note provides information on the Immigration Bill, which is due for second reading in the House of Lords on 10 February 2014. The Note is intended to be read in conjunction with two House of Commons Library Notes, Immigration Bill (17 October 2013, RP13/59) and Immigration Bill: Committee Stage Report (27 January 2014, SN06806), which provide background information and summarise the second reading debate and committee stage in the House of Commons. This Note summarises the report stage and third reading debate in the House of Commons.


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