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Format: Government & Official Publications
Media: Media
Coverage Dates: 1975/1976

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"I would recommend this collection to any library which maintains, or is considering the acquisition of a current set of Parliamentary Papers . . . The quality of the filming is excellent, with good contrast and sharp images . . . Having the Parliamentary Papers in microformat is going to help us realize considerable savings, building costs and storage space."
Suzanne Dodson, University of British Columbia Library, Microform Review

The microfiche edition of current Parliamentary Papers includes Command Papers, House of Commons Papers and Bills. It is published monthly, two months in arrears of the full-size edition and is accompanied by a free Monthly Index, on CD-ROM and COM, specially compiled by professional indexers with an intimate knowledge of the daily business of the House of Commons.

  • Content Type: Government & Official Publications

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