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Monday, 24 January 2005
asked Her Majesty's Government: What action they will take to reverse the decline in the number of secondary school pupils studying a foreign language.
asked Her Majesty's Government: How many water purification units held either by water companies in the United Kingdom or by the Ministry of Defence have been sent to the areas devastated by the...
My Lords, I beg leave to ask the Question standing in my name on the Order Paper. In doing so, I declare my obvious interest as the sole representative of the Green Party at Westminster. The...
asked Her Majesty's Government: Why they have decided not to pay compensation to Angela Cannings following the quashing of her conviction for the murder of two of her children.
My Lords, with permission, a Statement will be repeated later today. It will come at some convenient time around 6.45 p.m., will be entitled "Homes for All: Five-year Plan", and will be repeated...
My Lords, I beg to move that the House do now again resolve itself into Committee on this Bill. Moved, That the House do now again resolve itself into Committee.—(Lord Filkin.)
My Lords, with permission, I will repeat a Statement made earlier today in the other place by my right honourable friend the Deputy Prime Minister on the publication of the Sustainable...
rose to move, That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty praying that the order, laid before the House on 14 December 2004, be annulled (S.I. 2004/3217).
House again in Committee.
The Bills were presented and read a first time. House adjourned at fourteen minutes past ten o'clock.
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And sometimes to shout at each other.