House of Commons debates

Wednesday, 7 December 2005

  • Oral Answers to Questions — International Development

    The Secretary of State was asked—

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister

    The Prime Minister was asked—

  • Parliamentary Constituencies (Equalisation)

    3 speeches

    I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to equalise of the size of parliamentary constituencies; and for connected purposes. The catchy title was not my first choice; I wanted to...

    • Parliamentary Constituencies (Equalisation)

      Mr. John Maples accordingly presented a Bill for the equalisation of the size of parliamentary constituencies; and for connected purposes: And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be...

  • Point of Order

    2 speeches

    On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. You will know of the concern about the fact that the Government are now allowing time for a debate on police restructuring. I wrote to the Home Secretary last...

  • Fisheries

    179 speeches

    [Relevant documents: The Sixth Report of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Session 2004–05, on the Future for UK Fishing (HC 122) and the Government response thereto, First...

  • Petitions — Mohan Singh

    1 speech

    I wish to present a petition on behalf of 10,000 of my constituents in support of action by the British Government and the Indian Government on the murder of a British citizen, Mohan Singh, one...

  • Visitors' Visas (Right to Appeal)

    1 speech

    I wish to present a petition signed by 2,500 people nationally about the proposals, which have now been shelved—permanently, we hope—for abolishing the right of appeal in visitors'...

  • Council Tax

    1 speech

    This is a petition of the residents of the villages of Farnham Common, Farnham Royal and Hedgerley, in the Beaconsfield constituency, in respect of the council tax protest campaign. The petition...

  • Supermarket Regulator

    42 speeches

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

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