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Business of the House (10 Feb 2000)

Keith Simpson: Following the humiliating circumstances of the resignation of the First Secretary in Wales yesterday, has the right hon. Lady had any approach by the Secretary of State for Wales to make a statement to the House? I understand that he does a two-day week and therefore has plenty of time available. Has she had any suggestions from the Government that the Secretary of State for Wales and the...

Defence White Paper (22 Feb 2000)

Keith Simpson: Quite soon.

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (20 Mar 2000)

Keith Simpson: Then Lloyd George lived in Surrey.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill [Lords] (11 Apr 2000)

Keith Simpson: She has lost her cliché.

Sierra Leone (15 May 2000)

Keith Simpson: The Secretary of State has outlined the difficulties that the Government face. Having listened carefully not only to his initial statement, but to his replies to my hon. Friends, I find him slightly complacent. It seems to me and, I think, to many hon. Members, that the key to the seriousness of the matter is the fact that we have sent the Chief of the Defence Staff to Sierra Leone for four...

Orders of the Day — Council Chief Executive (14 Nov 2000)

Keith Simpson: The Minister points out that, as the council had followed certain procedures, she could not get involved unless there was a request for an independent adjudicator. Have there been cases involving a dispute with a chief executive, such as that at Broadland, which followed a similar pattern, or do the majority of councils in such situations ask for the appointment of an independent adjudicator?

Public Bill Committee: Vehicles (Crime) Bill: Clause 18 - Applications for registration. (9 Jan 2001)

Keith Simpson: They read the situations vacant column.

Public Bill Committee: Vehicles (Crime) Bill: Clause 18 - Applications for registration. (9 Jan 2001)

Keith Simpson: The beautiful Member for the Vale of York.

Public Bill Committee: Vehicles (Crime) Bill: Clause 21 - Right to make representations: Part II (9 Jan 2001)

Keith Simpson: It says, ``You are on your own, guv.''

Public Bill Committee: Hunting Bill: Schedule 3 - Hunting with Dogs: Prohibition (23 Jan 2001)

Keith Simpson: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for giving way, because I want to clarify what he just said. Is current expenditure half a million pounds or half a billion pounds?


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