House of Commons debates
Thursday, 21 July 1994
- Preamble (0 speeches)
The House met at half-past Nine o'clock
- Prayers (0 speeches)
[MADAM SPEAKER in the Chair]
- Petitions (0 speeches)
- Causing Death by Driving (1 speech)
I wish to present a petition to the House on behalf of my constituents Colin and Margaret Gorton, the parents of Gary Gorton deceased. The petition ShowethThat their son, Gary, aged four years...
- Hunting (1 speech)
I should like to present a petition signed by 15,000 people in response to changes in the law in the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill. It reads: The Petition of members and supporters of...
- VAT (Fuel) (1 speech)
I have a petition from Frank King of Eckington and 923 residents of the area. Mr. King is concerned about value added tax. He is doubly concerned about its being placed on standing charges and he...
- Sutton Coldfield (Schools) (2 speeches)
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Lightbown]
- Minibus Safety (6 speeches)
It must be much more difficult to be a parent now than at any time in our history, not least because, in addition to the normal problems that face every mother and father, there are modern...
- Space Industry (10 speeches)
- Royal Assent (1 speech)
I have to notify the House, in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967, that the Queen has signified Her Royal Assent to the following Acts and Measures: Appropriation Act 1994Land Drainage Act...
- Antarctic Treaty (7 speeches)
I welcome the Minister to his first outing on this brief. What finer start could there be to a ministerial career in the Foreign Office than to deal with the problems of Antarctica? I hope that...
- European Union (20 speeches)
I am most grateful for this opportunity to have a final discussion on this most important topic. It is a great pleasure to welcome my hon. Friend the Minister of State to the Front Bench. He has...
- Channel Tunnel Rail Link (Barking) (9 speeches)
- National and Local Government (6 speeches)
To have two Ministers on the Front Bench for a debate of this sort is a work of remarkable supererogation. It gives me the opportunity to congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Hertfordshire,...
- Drug Use (Royal Commission) (7 speeches)
- Daw Aung San Suu Kyi (6 speeches)
I apologise to my right hon. Friend the Minister who has to reply to this debate. I had no idea that he was in Hong Kong when I applied for it. I understand that he landed at 5 o'clock this...