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Vote Office

The Vote Office is responsible for the provision and distribution of all UK and European parliamentary papers required by MPs in the course of their work.

Bills, acts of Parliament, copies of Hansard and the Order Paper are all available from the Vote Office.

There are several vote offices in the House and in the parliamentary outbuildings. There is a vote office in the Members' Lobby where MPs can get hold of the daily vote bundle.

The Lords has a separate vote office known as the Printed Paper Office.

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