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Most recent annotations on things by Joan Ryan

  • Michael Cox: Let us not rant about Chase Farm, the closing of the A&E to become a polyclinic at Hemel Hempsted despite 82 per cent against this, or the Staffordshire fiasco. Let us walk the path of... (13 March 2010)
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  • Carl Barron: Perhaps the Rt. Honourable lady might like to consider my following suggestion, as this is a matter of both Economics and environmental issues. This following policy I forward, would if applied... (16 January 2009)
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  • Tom Black: "There are no residents... who in any way support a reduction in the level of services at Chase Farm". What a shame, then, that the Labour Government DOES support a reduction in the level of... (15 January 2009)
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  • Tom Black: Is that the same stadium the Council is spending £1.2million refurbishing? Perhaps the so-called "rubbish dumping" was in fact building work. Tut, tut, Ms. Ryan. (11 November 2008)
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  • Martin Stewart-Smith: I am amazed how hard hearted and unfeeling this Government is. Why can't these rules be revisited and made more flexible to allow second generation applicants obtain British citizenship with... (11 August 2007)
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  • Adrian Williamson: Hello, Does this mean that Irish people living in the UK will not have an ID card until such times as Eire introduces an ID scheme? In effect, to avoid an ID card in the UK, you could apply... (1 May 2007)
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  • KEN MAGINNIS: I am 100% behind what Gordon Prentice is trying to achieve - Justice for Christians who are suffering persecution. I also wish to refer to my contribution to the Lords debate on 14th December... (6 January 2007)
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  • Gerard Mulholland: Joan Ryan must know that she is quoting a dossier that was written with deliberate bias in order to "justify" the unjustifiable. Their one night absence from home because of weather conditions... (28 November 2006)
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  • Steven Auld: 50 categories of registrable fact are set out in the Bill. So for each NIR record stolen, there will be 50 categories of privacy yeilded by the thief. Source: http://www.no2id.net (3 August 2006)
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  • Steven Auld: Another expense the Banks are trying to avoid is the cost of installing biometric scanners - and a means of validating scanned parameters with a central database via a bespoke network. Which is... (3 August 2006)
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  • Steven Auld: I'm sorry to keep on interjecting like this: but the public do not support the ID card plans - the reality is that a vast majority are actually oblivious to these plans entail. When I was issued... (3 August 2006)
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