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Peers will make another attempt to amend the government’s Trade Bill later – hoping to stop deals being done with countries who have committed genocide.

The bill has gone back and forth between Lords and MPs due to a row over the best way to tackle the issue.

The government got the backing of MPs – despite a Tory rebellion – to give select committees a greater role in examining allegations of genocide.