Thursday, 28 February 2002
Order for further consideration, as amended, read. To be considered on Thursday 7 March.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer was asked—
What studies his Department has undertaken of the management costs of (a) PPPs and (b) conventionally procured public sector projects.
If he will make a statement on his recent initiative for relief of international debt.
What steps he is taking to encourage his counterparts in other countries to provide funding to ensure that all children worldwide receive primary education by 2015.
On what date his Department started the preliminary technical work for evaluating the five economic tests for euro membership.
If he will make a statement on the progress made by Customs and Excise in tracing the assets and bank accounts of proscribed terrorist organisations.
What estimate he has made of the level of public sector net capital investment as a proportion of national income over the period of the first comprehensive spending review.
What recent representations he has received from the British Chambers of Commerce regarding business taxation and regulation.
If he will make a statement on the operation of the EU growth and stability pact.
Will the Leader of the House give us the business for next week?
On a point of order that may possibly even be helpful, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I distinctly heard my right hon. Friend the Leader of the House say during a reply that, following the indicative vote...
Mr. Austin Mitchell presented a Bill to prevent the sale by auditors of other services to audit clients: And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time on Friday 19...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Woolas.]
I have the honour to present a petition of citizens of the United Kingdom amounting to 250,000 signatures supported officially by the Countryside Alliance, the National Farmers Union, the Country...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Sutcliffe.]
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