Conservatives use marathon midnight House sittings, majority to push eight bills through Commons
Liberals were indicating on Wednesday they were ready to end one of the most intense series of Commons sittings since the Conservatives took power in 2006, and also pointed out that, because of the government midnight-sitting strategy and its time allocation tactics, there did not appear to be a lot left to do.
The House has been sitting until midnight Monday to Thursday since May 21. The Hill Times photo by Jake Wright
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