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Chadwyck-Healey's microfiche editions of twentieth- century Parliamentary Papers now offer uninterrupted coverage up to the present day. A CD-Rom index is in preparation.
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1901-1921
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1922-1944/1945
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1945/1946-1960/1961
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1961/1962-1974/1975
House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1975/1976 -
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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.
Hansard Parliamentary Debates - House of Commons and House of Lords
The final, edited version in bound volumes of the official Report of Parliamentary Debates for both Lords and Commons.
Available for every Session from 1984/1985
Journal of the House of Commons
The Journal is published annually and is the official record of the proceedings of the House during a parliamentary session.
Available for every session from 1982/1983
House of Lords Parliamentary Papers
The House of Lords Parliamentary Papers, 1984/1985- 1986/1987 in a single sequence, and 1987/1988- in two series, Bills and Papers.
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