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Most recent annotations on things by Nigel Evans

  • Peter Reynolds: I fully support W. Sullivan's annotation. It is a disgrace that a self-confessed peddler in the lethal drug tobacco should be promoting what is a blatant lie about the effects of cannabis and... (8 November 2013)
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  • wayne sullivan: I would like very much if Nigel Evans could share his data source regarding cannabis causing deaths? I am unaware of any deaths attributed to Cannabis during mankinds historical use of cannabis?... (8 November 2013)
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  • Robert Shotter: The CFP will never work while politicians continue to set quota above the recommendation of the scientist, bowing to a market demand and the cry from fishermen who will always want more is the... (21 May 2011)
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  • barry luxton: Sick and tired of reading this and that re the cfp, management for managements sake, yet nothing gets sorted. Just like the common eel problem, you guys bat and balled the plight of the common... (20 May 2011)
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  • Amien Johaadien: Congratulations, my right hon Member for Ribble Valley (Nigel Evans) for winning the most ridiculous, and ironic parliamentary statement of the week. You receive this award for this little gem... (2 April 2010)
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  • Christopher Long: Are you, by anychance a daily mail reader? You obviously know nothing of cannabis, please go research its medical uses and see why other countries world wide are now opening their arms and the... (31 March 2010)
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  • Don Barnard: Professor Nutt's opinions (review of the facts)on cannabis and mental health (among other issues)can be found: CANNABIS AN UPDATE 1999-2002 Professor DJ Nutt & Dr JR Nash Psychopharmacology... (31 March 2010)
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  • David Callan: The TV License is a ridiculous burdon the already highly taxed UK citizens should not have to pay. The BBC should enjoy the very same commercial pressures that ALL other companies have to. The... (24 February 2010)
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  • John Byng: Nigel Evans is right to want to make minimise the environmental impact of aviation. But he and others are adding to confusion by using phrases such as "We must make it absolutely certain that... (20 July 2009)
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  • alex jonson: I agree,a trip to a local morgue would be more effective if the government are actually thinking of putting this scheme into place.Taking them to a hospital is pointless,let them see the damage... (22 July 2008)
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  • barbara richards: If I had just been stabbed the last thing I would want is a visit from Mr Stabby! That would be like rubbing salt into an open wound! It has to be the stupidest idea I have heard this month... (16 July 2008)
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  • Michael Goodall: Thank you to Nigel Evans for supporting the position of "Frozen Pensioners". The statement from Mike O'Brien MP is totally discriminative. Why are pensioners who have arrived/immigrants in the UK... (8 July 2008)
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  • Mike Everett: It would be nice if all tax-pounds were spent with no waste, not just those spent on defence. However laudable this aim might be it is also probably unachievable and any such assurance that... (17 June 2008)
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  • John Byng: I am disappointed that Nigel Evans describes the proposed taxes for air freight as unbalanced in relation to economic considerations. He rightly recognises that such taxes will benefit the... (3 June 2008)
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  • Geoff Weate: Does the member realise that a lot of children's television exists in order to generate advertising revenue? The potential loss of such programming can hardly be seen as something to be concerned... (29 April 2008)
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  • Daniel Watkins: Vice-chairman of the All-Party Group On Beer sounds like a pretty sweet job. (19 March 2008)
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  • Alastair Carnegie: As Nigel Evans is my Children's MP, First may I wish him and All the House a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. The points he raised about 'ID Theft' are very serious. If Hon. Members care to... (19 December 2007)
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  • Mike Everett: As I understand it, RVBC have reassured residents that they have no intention of charging by weight - the 'chips' will be put in the bins for other purposes - servicing, planning and... (26 October 2007)
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  • Stephen Elves: Of course the chips combined with weights sensors and GPS on the wagons can be used to help service planning/routing as well as for a charging scheme........ (26 October 2007)
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  • Donald Bent: Quite agree. Sub Sea Turbines have the advantage over wind and wave of being predictable - years in to the future. The Generators love this. Being 100% sub sea they present no real environmental... (14 June 2007)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Nigel Evans, Conservative MP, refers to the Government's settlement re prisoners who were forced to go "cold turkey" because they could not obtain access to drugs in prison; he also refers to... (21 November 2006)
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  • Gary Waller: As a Labour member, I am pleased to see your comments calling for a ceasefire in Lebanon. I have read that there is growing pressure from backbenchers for government to take this stance and... (28 July 2006)
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  • James Allison: This lady should not have lost her disability living allowance (DLA). There are many who work full-time and still receive DLA. DLA is paid because of mobility and or care needs, not because of... (14 March 2006)
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  • Tracey Martin: Mr Evans, Prohibition does not work! America's history shows this. Cannabis, is a God given plant. For most users, it is not tampered with, altered or chemically changed. As long as it... (23 July 2005)
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  • Phil Stovell: "Believe it or not, 42 per cent. of youngsters at school were offered controlled substances in 2003, 1 per cent. of under-11s have tried cannabis, and one third of people under 15 admit to having... (23 July 2005)
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