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Backbench Labour MP Rob Marris is offering Parliament its first vote on assisted dying since 1997.
The timing of this Bill’s arrival in the House of Commons is very useful for those of us who oppose the repeal of the Hunting Act (and who keep an eye on the social media).
Here’s why (from Twitter):
Perhaps this will clarify for MPs of all parties why the fox hunting ban must remain in place.
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