Hansard (han-s[schwa]rd). The official reports of debates in the British Parliament. ? The name derives from Luke Hansard, printer of the Journal of the House of Commons from 1774 to 1828. The name has varied at different times. In 1892 it became the Authorised Edition; in 1909 the title was changed to the Official Report; and since 1943 the name Hansard has been added to Official Report. ¡ª Also termed Hansard Official Report; Hansard’s Debates.
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