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Meg Russell gives evidence to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee

27 June 2013

Meg evidence at PCRC - 270613

Meg Russell gave evidence today at a meeting of the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee on the next steps to be taken in reforming the House of Lords. You can watch the evidence here and read the transcript here. Meg's written evidence to the committee can be read here.

Meg has also written a blog post outlining the main themes to emerge from the meeting. You can read it here.

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