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The House of Lords has urged the government to chop elements of the divorce bill that would enable the lord chancellor to radically alter the reforms without parliamentary scrutiny.

The Lords’ delegated powers and regulatory reform committee has been scrutinising the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which the government says will end ‘needless antagonism’, and published its findings and recommendations last week.

Read the full article at:Law Gazette

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