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PIP debate delayed

An early victim of yesterday’s election announcement appears to be the promised debate on the PIP amendments, scheduled for this Thursday, which we cited in our news post of a few days ago!

The following exchange took place in the Commons yesterday: 

Chris Bryant Labour, Rhondda
“For weeks constituents have been emailing me and telephoning my office because they are terrified of the changes to the personal independence payment regulations, which we were finally going to be allowed to debate and vote on tomorrow, but the Leader of the House has suspended that. Will he guarantee that this House, this Parliament, will have a chance to vote on and debate them before Dissolution?”

David Lidington, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons
“As I have said, the usual channels will discuss the allocation of business between the debate concluding tomorrow and the date of Dissolution.”

We will await the outcome of those discussions by the usual channels and keep you updated (yet again…) .

(Why am I thinking about how close dissolution and disillusion are in the dictionary? )

 

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