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Disabled Persons (Independent Living) Bill 2006-07

Private Members Bill - Introduced by The Lord Ashley of Stoke

Progress of Bill including links to debates

Key to abbreviations 
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Related Business Papers

Commons
24 April 07 Bill 97 06-07 PDF Bill as brought from the Lords and ordered to be printed in the Commons - pdf version
24 April 07 Bill 97 06-07 Bill as brought from the Lords and ordered to be printed in the Commons - html version
Lords
16 Apr 07 Amendment Paper Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Report as at 16 April 2007
22 Mar 07 HL Bill 55 06-07 PDF Bill as amended in Committee - pdf version
22 Mar 07 HL Bill 55 06-07 Bill as amended in Committee - html version
21 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Supplementary to the Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 21 March 2007
20 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 20 March 2007
28 Nov 06 HL Bill 14 06-07 PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version

About the Bill

Impose duties upon certain persons and bodies in respect of disabled persons; to confer certain rights upon disabled persons for independent living; to amend the Mental Health Act 1983; to amend the Care Standards Act 2000; and for connected purposes.

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