Thursday, 1 March 2001
The House met at half-past Eleven o'clock
[MR. SPEAKER in the chair]
The Chancellor of the Exchequer was asked—
What his forecast is of the revenue from (a) personal taxation, (b) corporate taxation and (c) VAT for each of the next seven years. 
What his assessment is of the impact on Government finances of his plans for future investment in education. 
If he will make a statement on changes in employment and unemployment over the past 12 months. 
What rate of conversion between the pound and the euro is compatible with the UK's long-term economic interests. 
If he will make an assessment of the implications of the comprehensive spending review for future investment in public services. 
If he will make a statement on the implications of the pre-Budget report for investment in public services, with particular reference to emergency services. 
If he will make a statement on the impact of interest rate policy on the exchange rate of the pound. 
If he will make a statement on the sale of gold by the Bank of England in the past 12 months. 
What recent discussions he has had with his counterparts in other countries on the elimination of third-world debt. 
If he will make a statement on the performance of the regulatory authorities in respect of with-profits life insurance 
If he will make a statement on Chester Street Holdings Ltd., previously known as Iron Trades Holding Ltd. 
Would the Leader of the House give us the business for the coming week?
Tony Wright, supported by Mr. Giles Radice, Mr. Robin Corbett, Mr. Frank Field, Helen Jackson, Mr. Austin Mitchell, Mrs. Anne Campbell, Ms Harriet Harman and Mr. Mark Oaten, presented a Bill to...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. You will be aware that the terms of the Order of the House made on 6 February this year ensure that if the House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification)...
Considered in Committee, pursuant to Order [6 February].
I beg to move amendment No. 11, in page 1, line 17, at end insert— '(1A) This Act shall come into force on the day after the general election for the Parliament after that in which it is...
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question [28 February],
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question [31 January],
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question [23 January],
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Keith Bradley.]
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