Mr Stephen Day

Former Conservative MP for Cheadle

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Recent appearances

  • Points of Order 10 May 2001

    On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Has the Secretary of State for Health notified you that he intends to come to the House in the last few hours of this Parliament to make a statement about heart transplant services in south Manchester? The matter has been outstanding for some time, and people are worried because a well-respected unit in south Manchester could be closed. The delay is wrong. An...
  • Business of the House 3 May 2001

    The right hon. Lady is assiduous is carrying out her duties as Leader of the House, and enjoys the respect of hon. Members. However, I hope she will agree that it is wrong that major policy announcements should be made by the Prime Minister's press secretary when, 10 minutes before that announcement, the Prime Minister had steadfastly refused to do make the same announcement in the House....
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Engagements 25 Apr 2001

    Is the Prime Minister aware of the great surprise outside in the country at his reported proposal to supply free CDs to habitual young offenders? He is used to turning the meaning of the English language on its head. Does he not agree that this gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "He's got a record"?

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Former Conservative MP for Cheadle

Entered the House of Commons on 11 June 1987 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 14 May 2001 — General election

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Register of Members’ Interests

Last updated: 14 May 2001.

5. Gifts, benefits and hospitality (UK)
25-26 February 2000, two nights accommodation at the Windermere Hydro Hotel, Windermere, during the North West Conservative Clubs Advisory Council Conference, paid for by the Association of Conservative Clubs (ACC) in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. (Registered 15 March 2000)
3-4 March 2000, two nights accommodation at the Livermead Cliff Hotel, Torquay, during the Western Area Conservative Clubs Conference, paid for by the ACC in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. Return travel from London to Torquay also provided. (Registered 15 March 2000)
April 2000, 00 Scale model of Virgin locomotive in "name" West Coast Rail 250 in glass presentation case, presented to me by Virgin Trains in my capacity as joint chairman of West Coast Main Line All-Party Group following the naming ceremony. (Registered 17 May 2000)
Year membership of the St. Stephen's Constitutional Club paid by the Association of Conservative Clubs in my capacity as their Chairman. (Registered 19 December 2000)
20-21 October 2000, two nights accommodation and food at the St. George's Hotel, Llandudno, paid for by the Association of Conservative Clubs whilst attending the Welsh area ACC Conference in my capacity as Chairman of the ACC. (Registered 19 December 2000)
6-7 April 2001, accommodation for one night and meals at the De Vere Hotel, Blackpool, at the Working Men's Club and Institute Union (CIU) weekend conference. Travel and expenses also met by the CIU. I attended the conference in my capacity as joint chairman of the All-Party Non-Profit Making Clubs Group. (Registered 9 May 2001)

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