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Mr. Boateng: No. I do not necessarily accept the analysis that the hon. Gentleman has shared with the Committee on the state of the fine art market, but this

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clause has absolutely nothing to do with it. The current dispensation in relation to the fine art market was first granted by the Conservative party when in government and subsequently renewed by us. This clause addresses a completely different issue.

Question put and agreed to.

Clause 25 ordered to stand part of the Bill.

Angela Smith (Basildon) rose—

The Chairman: Before I put the Question, I have an announcement to make. As from next Tuesday, we shall be sitting in Committee Room 10. I understand that the boxes and everything else will be moved after this afternoon's sitting. I give forewarning that we shall be in Committee Room 10 from next Tuesday.

Further consideration adjourned.—[Angela Smith.]

Adjourned accordingly at twenty-one minutes past Eleven o'clock till this day at half-past Two o'clock.

The following Members attended the Committee:
Benton, Mr. Joe (Chairman)
Boateng, Mr.
Brennan, Kevin
Burnett, Mr.
Chope, Mr.
Cruddas, Jon
Cunningham, Mr. Jim
Curtis-Thomas, Mrs.
Davey, Mr. Edward
David, Mr.
Field, Mr. Mark
Flight, Mr.
Grayling, Chris
Harris, Mr. Tom
Hendrick, Mr.
Hoban, Mr.
Jack, Mr.
Kelly, Ruth
Luff, Mr.
Luke, Mr.
McKechin, Ann
Marris, Rob
Pond, Mr.
Primarolo, Dawn
Pugh, Dr.
Ryan, Joan
Smith, Angela
Southworth, Helen
Sutcliffe,Mr.
Wright, David

 
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