House of Commons debates

Wednesday, 17 March 2004

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland

    The Secretary of State was asked—

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister

    The Prime Minister was asked—

  • Ways and Means — Financial Statement

    1 speech

    Before I call the Chancellor of the Exchequer, it may be for the convenience of hon. Members if I remind them that, at the end of the Chancellor's speech, copies of the Budget resolutions will be...

  • Introduction

    1 speech

    The purpose of this Budget is to lock in for Great Britain the economic stability that can and will endure. And it is a sign of the stability that Britain has already achieved and a tribute to...

  • Provisional Collection of Taxes

    Motion made, and Question, That, pursuant to section 5 of the Provisional Collection of Taxes Act 1968, provisional statutory effect shall be given to the following motions:— (a) Rates of...

  • Budget Resolutions — Amendment of the Law

    80 speeches

    Motion made, and Question proposed, (1) That it is expedient to amend the law with respect to the National Debt and the public revenue and to make further provision in connection with finance....

  • Business of the House

    Ordered, That, at the sitting on Wednesday 24th March,— (1) notwithstanding paragraph (2)(c)(i) of Standing Order No. 14 (Arrangement of public business), proceedings on opposition...

  • Petitions — Sub-Regional Strategy (South Bedfordshire)

    1 speech

    I present a petition signed by 17,000 of my constituents in south Bedfordshire about the scale, nature and location of the Government's development plans for that region. It is a matter of...

  • Parental Contact

    1 speech

    I wish to present a petition signed by 100 residents of the Bridgwater constituency. It declares: That parents, after they separate, should enjoy a legal presumption of frequent and continuing...

  • Paediatric Doctors

    4 speeches

    Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Joan Ryan.]

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Debates in the House of Commons are an opportunity for MPs from all parties to scrutinise government legislation and raise important local, national or topical issues.

And sometimes to shout at each other.

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