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  • Richard Taylor: Cambridge MP Julian Huppert tweeted following the vote to say: "Labour engineered a vote by shouting against their own motion, otherwise it would have passed with no vote." ... (13 February 2014)
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  • Bill Ellson: Worrying that a shadow minister is so out of touch with the world that he thinks the City of London still has trading floors. (14 January 2014)
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  • George Morley: This same sex marriage question was all about Fairness and Equality as I recall but no such result was reached for ex-pat pensioners who are discriminated against in the Pensions Bill which shows... (13 December 2013)
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  • Richard Taylor: An electronic copy of the text of the 24th edition of Erskine May was unofficially released to campaigners and activists on the 5th of November 2011. http://www.rtaylor.co.uk/erskine-might.h tml (7 November 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, this MP's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, this MP's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, this MP's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, the MP for Rhondda's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, the MP for Rhondda's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Stuart Parr: This bill applies to England only, the MP for Rhondda's constituents are unaffected by it and he has no mandate to debate or vote on it. (8 September 2011)
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  • Jean James: Not only is the Press Complaints Commission not truly independent, neither is the Independent Police Complaints Commission.They are biased (to say the least). These organizations are merely a... (7 July 2011)
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  • Jean James: Police corruption is a serious issue. One only has to look at the Lynette White murder for that. There needs to be some laws preventing conflict of interest, including wining and dining and... (7 July 2011)
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  • Kevin Wells: Or a party who promised us a referendum on a treaty but who then when the treaty came up never gave us that referendum. (2 March 2011)
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  • anne greagsby: Too many Welsh young people are being used as canon fodder. They don't need a military base in wales they need a decent job in Wales. One year ago today I gave evidence Jan 2010 at the St... (11 January 2011)
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  • John Sheppard Capurro: Parliamentary Voting System & Constituencies: Surely if British "√ęxpatriates" have not (yet) relinqished their British citizenship in favour of another then they still have a right to vote... (29 November 2010)
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  • anne greagsby: Why does Chris Bryant not remind members that is taking money from Bell Pottinger on behalf of Metrix and that he is hosting a dinner for them at lab conference. This is cash for access. One... (21 September 2010)
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  • anne greagsby: I hope Chris will also protest about cash for access and return the money he took from Bell Pottinger to persuade the people of Wales that it was a good thing to privatise military training for... (7 September 2010)
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  • anne greagsby: I wonder if Chris Bryant is aware that Private Eye has told us he was given a cheque for ¬£2,500 from Bell Pottinger just before the election. Is this to aid his lobbying for the Metrix consortiuum!!! (19 August 2010)
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  • Douglas Bailey: The relevant statute is available online here: http://www.statutelaw.gov.uk/content.asp x?activeTextDocId=1804148 To my untrained reading, it appears to only limit the number of *Assistant*... (8 July 2010)
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  • Ronald McNabb: "Maintain the Laws of God the true profession of the Gospel and the Protestant reformed religion established by law...." I was surprised to hear you say that the above was anachronistic! ... (2 July 2010)
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  • anne greagsby: Chris Bryant jumps in with wrong statistics At the St Athan cpo Inquiry Metrix gave 2000 jobs (plus 1000 military staff), not Bryant's 5000. The total jobs planned by Metrix is of course many... (12 June 2010)
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  • Owen Blacker: There probably should be a Minister for Tea. Their portfolio would, of course, include Cakes, Crumpets, Scones and Clotted Cream, naturally ;o) (23 March 2010)
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  • Ben Hutchings: This transcription is inaccurate - best to watch the video recording here. (23 January 2010)
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  • Marty York: Having minority representation (worded carefully as I believe there are far more of us than our representation in the political elite indicates) does not make an opinion extremist: Nazi's were in... (20 January 2010)
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  • Rodney St.Michael: I had schizophrenia and bipolar disorder myself, like Akmal Shaikh. But I think China is doing the right thing. Using mental illness as an excuse to commit or to be a victim of a crime is... (23 December 2009)
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