Tuesday, 15 June 2004
The Secretary of State was asked—
When he next expects to visit Brazil to discuss bilateral relations.
If he will make a statement on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
What assessment he has made of the implications for Indo-British relations of the election of a new Government in India.
What progress has been made in the fight against the international drugs trade.
What arrangements have been made for a trial for Tariq Aziz.
What links exist between his Department and the United Nations Electoral Assistance Division in preparing for national, regional and local elections in Iraq.
What representations he has made to the regime in Burma about human rights and the treatment of Aung San Suu Kyi.
If he will make a statement on human rights in Turkey.
What recent discussions he has had with the (a) Greek and (b) Turkish Governments on the future of Cyprus.
I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to limit the requirement to re-ballot on the maintenance of trade union political funds to a total of three consecutive ballots. I thank hon....
John Mann accordingly presented a Bill to limit the requirement to re-ballot on the maintenance of trade union political funds to a total of three consecutive ballots: And the same was read the...
I inform the House that I have selected the amendment in the name of the Prime Minister.
[Relevant documents: Fifteenth Report from the European Scrutiny Committee, Session 2003–04, HC 42-xv, The EU's Financial Perspective for 2007–13 and Reform of the Structural and...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Jim Fitzpatrick.]
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