/HOC debate and vote on extending coronavirus laws – accepted
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HOC debate and vote on extending coronavirus laws – accepted

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HOC debate and vote on extending coronavirus laws – accepted

MPs have voted 484 to 76 to extend coronavirus laws for a further six months.  Watch the opening debate and interventions of the issue

A vote on extending coronavirus laws for a further six months took place in the Commons this afternoon.

MPs were asked to approve the regulations for the route out of lockdown and keep some of the emergency powers in the Coronavirus Act in place until September.

The vote was comfortably passed, with Labour not opposing the measures.

A similar debate and vote took place in the House of Commons 1 December 2020.

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