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Recess in United Kingdom

Recess Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament

A recess is a break during the parliamentary session (year) in which neither the House of Commons or the House of Lords meets to conduct business. There are usually several recesses throughout a session and usually include Christmas, Easter and Summer.

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  • Article Name: Recess
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  • Description: Recess Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A recess is a break during the parliamentary session (year) in which neither [...]

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