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Rules: Opposition Days


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Opposition Days are an opportunity for the Opposition to advance topics in Parliament. The Opposition Days will be run on a Monday to Sunday circulation. You get new Oppo Days on Monday; if you didn't use them by Sunday, you've lost them. This will be measured according to whatever time zone London is in irl.

The Official Opposition will receive Opposition Days equivalent to 1 Bill to Second Reading or 2 Motions being debated and voted upon per week. They cannot have 1 Bill and 1 Motion, it's either-or.

Any other Opposition Parties may move 1 Motion per week.

Arnold J. Appleby

MP for North Bedfordshire (1979-Present)
Shadow Foreign Secretary

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