How does a bill become law?

 A bill is a proposal for a new law or a change of an existing one. The process of a bill becoming law is lengthy one, as it is approved only after careful attention to details.  A bill is presented for debate before the parliament, and approved by the House of Commons and Lords before becoming an Actor Law. Usually most of the bills are presented by government minister. The first reading of the bill takes place as it appears on the daily order paper. During its second reading, the parliament gets a chance to debate on it, and pass the vote. After getting passed, it goes to the committee stage for a detailed examination. Then comes the third reading and after that it goes to the House of Lords. Lastly the Queen gives her Royal assent and the bill becomes law.