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Unlawful Killing (Recovery of Remains) Bill

Private Members' Bill (under the Ten Minute Rule)

Originated in the House of Commons, Session 2016-17

Last updated: 28 April 2017 at 15:06

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Long title

A Bill to establish a presumption against eligibility for parole in cases where a person, convicted of unlawfully killing another person, has not provided relevant knowledge in their possession for the purposes of facilitating the location and recovery of the remains of the victim; to create a separate offence of withholding such information; to make provision about the available sentences for such an offence; and for connected purposes.

Sponsor

Conor McGinn
Labour
St Helens North

Current version of the Bill

1 February 2017
Commons

Bill passage

Bill started in the House of Commons
1st reading
Committee stage
Report stage
3rd reading
Bill in the House of Lords
1st reading
2nd reading
Committee stage
Report stage
3rd reading
Final stages
Consideration of amendments
Royal Assent
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