Wednesday, 16 March 2005
The Deputy Prime Minister was asked—
What his policy is on the location of Fire and Rescue Service command and control centres.
What recent assessment he has made of standards in building control.
If he will make a statement on housing investment in Stockton.
In how many planning appeals inspectors have rejected applications for mobile phone masts on the ground of the public perception of health risk.
How much is being allocated to street crime wardens for the financial year 2005–06.
If he will make a statement on the implementation of part 8 of the Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003.
The Prime Minister was asked—
If he will list his official engagements for Wednesday 16 March.
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...
Britain is today experiencing the longest period of sustained economic growth since records began in 1701. And the foundation of this Budget is our determination to maintain British stability and...
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...
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....
Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 83A(6) (Programming of Bills), That the following provisions shall apply to the Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] for the...
Lords Reasons for disagreeing to Commons Amendments considered.
I present the petition of the Brighton Business Forum on the problems for city centre businesses, shoppers and residents associated with street charity collectors or "chuggers", as they are...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Gillian Merron.]
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