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    @commonslibrary - 04/07/2023

    RT @POST_UK: Today, @steve_mccabe will lead a debate on human-specific medical research techniques. Our rapid response briefing looks at h…

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    @commonslibrary - 04/07/2023

    Today, MPs will hold a debate on Srebrenica Memorial Week, led by @YasminQureshiMP. Find out more about the Srebrenica massacre, the aftermath and recent developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina in our research: https://t.co/jzAIVdL28v

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    @commonslibrary - 03/07/2023

    Today, MPs will debate an e-petition calling for the HMRC tax-free mileage rate for reimbursing the use of private cars by employees or volunteers to be increased. Our research has more on Mileage Allowance Payments and how rates have changed over time: https://t.co/5g9xOzadyV

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    @commonslibrary - 03/07/2023

    Today, the Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill will have its second reading. Our research has more on the Bill, as well as current guidance and legislation, and the wider response from MPs and civil society groups: https://t.co/8id4gj69qm

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    @commonslibrary - 03/07/2023

    RT @HouseofCommons: The House of Commons sits from 2.30pm today with questions to @ukhomeoffice Find out what’s on in the House of Commo…

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    @commonslibrary - 03/07/2023

    This week in the @HouseofCommons, MPs will debate: - Estimates for @DWPgovuk, @MoJGovUK, @energygovuk and @educationgovuk - Srebrenica Memorial Week - Human-specific medical research techniques and more. Read our research ahead of this week’s debates: https://t.co/6xTRMZ6VFk

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    @commonslibrary - 30/06/2023

    Does having a cathedral, a university, or a large population make an area a city? City status is granted by the monarch, on the advice of ministers. Find out about how an area can become a city, and whether a place can lose city status, in our Insight: https://t.co/ruSC2ijuFO

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    @commonslibrary - 30/06/2023

    Local Housing Allowance sets the maximum amount of housing support people can get for privately rented properties. Since being rolled out in 2008, it has undergone several reforms. Find out more about LHA and private tenants with our research: https://t.co/wfyOvsgYGk

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    @commonslibrary - 30/06/2023

    🚮Can local authorities charge to collect waste? ♻️Does recycling need to be collected separately? 🚛Who can help if you're unhappy with your local service? Written to help constituency caseworkers, our article answers household waste collection FAQs: https://t.co/MbNO3mdU8H

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    @commonslibrary - 29/06/2023

    Why is income inequality lower in Northern Ireland than across the UK? And how do housing costs affect income inequality in the UK and Northern Ireland? Our latest Insight, written alongside @AssemblyLibrary, looks closer at income and inequality: https://t.co/PzTUCGe5J6