Westminster Hall debates
Wednesday, 7 December 2011

  • [Albert Owen in the Chair] — Sudan and South Sudan (16 speeches)
    Motion made, and Question proposed , That the sitting be now adjourned.—( Jeremy Wright .)
  • Centenaries (UK and Ireland) (14 speeches)
    The timing of this debate is in many ways very appropriate. Yesterday, 6 December, marked the 90th anniversary of the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty, which led to the formation of the Irish...
  • Pension Plan Charges — [Mr Roger Gale in the Chair] (13 speeches)
    It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship this afternoon, Mr Gale. I declare an interest: I have a pension myself, and I draw Members’ attention to the Register of Members’...
  • Tibet (16 speeches)
    Thank you, Mr Gale, and thank you to Mr Speaker for choosing this subject—in Tibetan, thuk-je-che: thank you. At this time of year, we can probably have no debate more appropriate than one...
  • Trident (28 speeches)
    I am pleased that you are chairing the debate, Mr Gale, and that we have secured it. I regret that it will be only 30 minutes long, but we will do our best. A number of hon. Members want to...