Numerous Acts of Parliament formerly afforded an opportunity for courts of law to determine a question of disqualification as a result of actions brought to recover statutory penalties from members of Parliament for sitting or voting while disqualified. With one exception all such actions have now been abolished, mainly as a result of the repeal of the relevant statutory provisions by the House of Commons Disqualification Act 1957
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