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Old 22nd March 2017, 13:33   #6166
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Estates of deceased persons (Forfeture rule and law of succession) Act 2011.
Wasn't submitted by a government, try again. Or can you find nothing that the Conservative/LibDem coalition made law that you disagree with?

The Estates of deceased persons (Forfeture rule and law of succession) Act 2011 was debated for a full 8 minutes, and according to the conservative MP who pushed it, 'received support from all parts of the House'.

To quote a Labour MP during the 3rd reading

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Both of those are testament to the fact that the Bill has been thoroughly and professionally presented, in a way that avoided controversy. The important point, as was said at those stages, is that 200 people a year will be affected by the changes. For those people, it will make the law fairer. As has been noted, its provisions will do so at a time of great tragedy for some people.
What do you have against this bill?
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Old 22nd March 2017, 13:54   #6167
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Wasn't submitted by a government, try again. Or can you find nothing that the Conservative/LibDem coalition made law that you disagree with?

The Estates of deceased persons (Forfeture rule and law of succession) Act 2011 was debated for a full 8 minutes, and according to the conservative MP who pushed it, 'received support from all parts of the House'.

To quote a Labour MP during the 3rd reading. What do you have against this bill?
It is time to call this off thread debate a stop, before the moderators choose to do so.

This thread is supposed to concern itself with the aftermath of the EU referendum, which is of a more recent time scale.
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