Commons publishes Equality Bill in new trial formats

April 27, 2009 at 2:54 pm Leave a comment

The House of Commons is asking members of the public to comment on its experiemental presentation of a new bill.

The text of the Equality Bill was published today in three formats; PDF with the Bill and Explanatory Notes side-by-side,  an HTML page with the texts side-by-side, and an interwoven web page (HTML).

All versions are available on the Equality Bill page.

The House authorities want to know if people find the side-by-side presentation of the Bill more helpful than separate documents and if so, which version they prefer.

You can leave a comment on Parliament website production blog or by emailing webmaster@parliament.uk

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