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Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill The Commons reasons were considered.
Motion A Lords amendment 1 was not insisted on and amendment 1B in lieu was agreed to (see division 1).
Motion B Lords amendments 2 and 3 were not insisted on and amendments 3B in lieu of Lords amendment 2 and 3C in lieu of Lords amendment 3 were agreed to (see divisions 2 and 3).
Motion C Lords amendments 4 and 5 were not insisted on.
Motion D Lords amendment 6 was not insisted on and amendment 6B in lieu was agreed to (see division 4)
Motion E
Lords amendment 7 was not insisted on and amendment 7B in lieu was agreed to (see division 5).
Motion F
Lords amendment 8 was not insisted on.
Motion G
Lords amendment 9 was insisted on (see division 6). A Committee was appointed to propose a reason. The Committee proposed the following reason for insisting on Lords Amendment 9: “Because the Lords wish the Commons to consider the matter again.” The reason was agreed to.
Motion H
Lords amendment 10 was not insisted on and amendment 10B in lieu was agreed to (see division 7).
The bill was returned to the Commons with amendments and a reason.

Wednesday 20 March 2024 between 15:48 and 19:35

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Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill The Commons reasons were considered.
Motion A Lords amendment 1 was not insisted on and amendment 1B in lieu was agreed to (see division 1).
Motion B Lords amendments 2 and 3 were not insisted on and amendments 3B in lieu of Lords amendment 2 and 3C in lieu of Lords amendment 3 were agreed to (see divisions 2 and 3).
Motion C Lords amendments 4 and 5 were not insisted on.
Motion D Lords amendment 6 was not insisted on and amendment 6B in lieu was agreed to (see division 4)
Motion E
Lords amendment 7 was not insisted on and amendment 7B in lieu was agreed to (see division 5).
Motion F
Lords amendment 8 was not insisted on.
Motion G
Lords amendment 9 was insisted on (see division 6). A Committee was appointed to propose a reason. The Committee proposed the following reason for insisting on Lords Amendment 9: “Because the Lords wish the Commons to consider the matter again.” The reason was agreed to.
Motion H
Lords amendment 10 was not insisted on and amendment 10B in lieu was agreed to (see division 7).
The bill was returned to the Commons with amendments and a reason.
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