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Speaker refuses to reveal why MPs wanted parliament attendance data deleted

Sky News Friday, 12 August 2022
Speaker refuses to reveal why MPs wanted parliament attendance data deletedThe House of Commons Speaker has refused to reveal why MPs want their attendance records at parliament deleted - a move to block information campaigners say the public has a "right to know".
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