Title. Year. (House name abbreviated to HC or HL Bill number, parliamentary session). Place of publication: Publisher.
Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill. 2013. (HC Bill 7, 2013-14). London: The Stationery Office.
Online parliamentary bill
If you are referencing a bill you found online, this should be indicated in the reference.
Title. Year. (House name abbreviated to HC or HL Bill number, parliamentary session). [Online]. Place of publication: Publisher. [Date accessed]. Available from: URL
Asset Freezing (Compensation) Bill. 2018. (HC Bill 165, 2017-19). [Online]. London: The Stationery Office. [Accessed 15 May 2018]. Available from: https://0-www-publicinformationonline-com.wam.leeds.ac.uk/
The full title of the bill and year of publication should be used in the citation.
(Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill, 2013)
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