Hansard Name of House abbreviated (ie HC or HL) Deb. vol. number col. number(s), date.
Hansard HC Deb. vol.492 cols.25-6, 5 May 2009.
If you are referencing Hansard you found online, this should be indicated in the reference.
Hansard Name of House abbreviated (ie HC or HL) Deb. vol. number col. number(s), date. [Online]. [Date accessed]. Available from: URL
Hansard HC Deb. vol.621 cols.218-9, 7 February 2017. [Online]. [Accessed 14 May 2018]. Available from: https://www.parliament.uk/
The in-text citation format is: Hansard Name of House abbreviated (i.e. HC or HL) Deb., date
(Hansard HC Deb., 19 January 2017)
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