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Part of Petition — Mobile Telephone Mast (West Midlands) – in the House of Commons at 3:50 pm on 17th March 2010.

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Photo of Alan Haselhurst Alan Haselhurst Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Ways and Means 3:50 pm, 17th March 2010

I now have to announce the results of the Divisions deferred from a previous day. On the first motion relating to children and young persons, the Ayes were 253 and the Noes were 188, so the Question was agreed to. On the second motion relating to children and young persons, the Ayes were 252 and the Noes were 189, so the Question was agreed to. On the motion relating to representation of the people of Northern Ireland, the Ayes were 303 and the Noes were 139, so the Question was agreed to. On the motion relating to Northern Ireland, the Ayes were 301 and the Noes were 138, so the Question was agreed to.

[The Division lists are published at the end of today's debates.]

Question put and agreed to.

House adjourned.