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The traditional housing and energy debates were scrapped this year - and sessions on national heritage and the citizen's charter included instead.One disgruntled housing lobbyist described it as a 'very strange sense of priorities. Perhaps with the debate on Europe coming to a head, the party aides decided to limit the number of tricky subjects on the agenda.'