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Contempt Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament

Contempt of privilege is a term used to describe any act – or failure to act – that may prevent or hinder the work of either House of Parliament. A more specific offence against parliamentary privilege is known as a breach of privilege.

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  • Article Name: Contempt
  • Author: David Jane
  • Description: Contempt Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Contempt of privilege is a term used to describe any act - or failure to act [...]

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