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Hansard 1803-2005



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Hansard is an edited record of what was said in Parliament. It also includes votes, written statements and written answers to parliamentary questions. Members’ words are recorded by Hansard reporters and then edited to remove repetitions and obvious mistakes but without taking away from the meaning.

The Hansard 1803-2005 website has been produced from digitised editions of Commons and Lords Hansard, as part of a project led by the Commons and Lords libraries.

There's the Hansard text itself by volume, Lords sittings, Commons sittings and Westminster Hall sittings as well as Written Answers, Written Statements, Lords reports and Grand Committee reports. The website also includes extracted lists of People who are recorded as having spoken, Constituencies, Offices, Acts, Bills and Divisions.





 Official Parliamentary Record - UK

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