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Pre-Budget Statement (25 Nov 1997)

John Bercow: Answer the question.

Orders of the Day — European Parliamentary Elections Bill (25 Nov 1997)

Division No. 98] [9.59 pm AYES Abbott, Ms Diane Atherton, Ms Candy Adams, Mrs Irene (Paisley N) Austin, John Ainger, Nick Ballard, Mrs Jackie Alexander, Douglas Banks, Tony Allan, Richard Barron, Kevin Allen, Graham Battle, John Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Bayley, Hugh Armstrong, Ms Hilary Beard, Nigel Ashton, Joe Begg, Miss Anne Beith, Rt Hon A J Dean, Mrs Janet Bennett, Andrew...

Orders of the Day — Greater London Authority (Referendum) Bill (26 Nov 1997)

Division No. 99] [7 pm AYES Ainsworth, Peter (E Surrey) Burstow, Paul Allan, Richard Butterfill, John Amess, David Cable, Dr Vincent Arbuthnot, James Campbell, Menzies (NE Fife) Ashdown, Rt Hon Paddy Cash, William Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Chapman, Sir Sydney (Chipping Barnet) Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Baker, Norman Chope, Christopher Baldry, Tony Clappison, James Ballard, Mrs...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Inflation (27 Nov 1997)

John Bercow: The Minister had a little difficulty with the question asked by my hon. Friend the Member for Runnymede and Weybridge (Mr. Hammond)—I hope that he can do better this time. Can he give the House an assurance that, if this country joins a European single currency and if the interest rate across Europe is inappropriate for the control of domestic inflation, he and his Government will be...

Business of the House (27 Nov 1997)

John Bercow: Will the Leader of the House find time for a debate next week on the national minimum wage, as that would enable the House to explore the deep and worrying split between the President of the Board of Trade, who believes that widespread exemptions from it are impracticable, and the Minister without Portfolio, who believes that they are essential? Does the right hon. Lady understand that, if...

Orders of the Day — Clause 1: Meaning of "the Treaties" and "the Community Treaties" (27 Nov 1997)

John Bercow: Does my hon. Friend agree that the proposed conduct of monetary policy by the European central bank will not only be economically damaging, but, more particularly, will conflict with the much-vaunted commitment of the European Union and the Amsterdam treaty to democratic principles? If the European central bank is to be prohibited from taking representations from national Governments about...

Orders of the Day — Wild Mammals (Hunting with Dogs) Bill (28 Nov 1997)

...Byers, Stephen Ashton, Joe Cable, Dr Vincent Atherton, Ms Candy Caborn, Richard Atkins, Charlotte Campbell, Alan (Tynemouth) Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Campbell, Mrs Anne (C'bridge) Austin, John Campbell, Ronnie (Blyth V) Baker, Norman Campbell-Savours, Dale Ballard, Mrs Jackie Canavan, Dennis Banks, Tony Cann, Jamie Barnes, Harry Caplin, Ivor Barron, Kevin Casale, Roger...

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Division No. 101] [7.1 pm AYES Ainsworth, Peter (E Surrey) Butterfill, John Amess, David Cash, William Arbuthnot, James Chope, Christopher Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) Baldry, Tony Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Bercow, John Beresford, Sir Paul Collins, Tim Blunt, Crispin Cormack, Sir Patrick Body, Sir Richard Cran, James Boswell, Tim Curry, Rt Hon...

Burdens on Business (1 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: Far be it from me to stop my right hon. Friend when he is in full and spectacular flow, but does he think that, in failing to secure general exemptions from the national minimum wage, the Minister without Portfolio has been utterly humiliated by the President of the Board of Trade, to the detriment of British industry and commerce?

Orders of the Day — European Communities (Amendment) Bill: Meaning of "the Treaties" and "the Community Treaties" (2 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: There is a real concern among Conservative Members that article F.1 of the treaty of Amsterdam is a device conjured up by supporters of European federalism to end the use of the national veto. To date, that real concern has been met by Ministers with a mixture of faint puzzlement and lofty disdain. Clearly, they do not comprehend our concern. The Minister will, I hope, recall that I promised...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Inward Investors (Jobs) (3 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: Does the Minister believe that 60 additional politicians in a Welsh Assembly will help to bring a single inward investment project to Britain that would not in any case have been secured?

Long-term Care (4 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: I thank the Secretary of State for his statement. While he is wise not to seek to prejudge the royal commission's conclusions, will he put it on the record that the terms of reference allow a thorough study of the private insurance and personal provision options? Will he take this opportunity—one that he has not been afforded to date—to acknowledge that much of what is already provided by...

European Union (4 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: Will the right hon. Gentleman confirm that, if this country enters the single currency at some point, its democratically elected Government would be legally prohibited from making representations to the European central bank about its conduct of monetary policy and that a democratically elected Government who sought to do so would potentially be subject to fines?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Bureaucracy (9 Dec 1997)

John Bercow: Does the Secretary of State agree that the key to reducing NHS bureaucracy lies in the decentralisation of service, budgeting and management?

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill (9 Dec 1997)

... Amess, David Goodlad, Rt Hon Sir Alastair Ancram, Rt Hon Michael Gorman, Mrs Teresa Arbuthnot, James Gray, James Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Green, Damian Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Greenway, John Bercow, John Hague, Rt Hon William Beresford, Sir Paul Hamilton, Rt Hon Sir Archie Blunt, Crispin Hammond, Philip Body, Sir Richard Hawkins, Nick Boswell, Tim Hayes, John Bottomley,...

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: European Police Office (Immunities and Privileges) (9 Dec 1997)

...Anderson, Donald (Swansea E) Dismore, Andrew Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Dobbin, Jim Armstrong, Ms Hilary Dobson, Rt Hon Frank Ashton, Joe Donohoe, Brian H Atkins, Charlotte Dowd, Jim Austin, John Drew, David Banks, Tony Drown, Ms Julia Barnes, Harry Dunwoody, Mrs Gwyneth Battle, John Eagle, Maria (L'pool Garston) Bayley, Hugh Edwards, Huw Beard, Nigel Efford, Clive Benn, Rt...

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: European Police Office (Definition of Treaties) (9 Dec 1997)

...E) Blizzard, Bob Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Boateng, Paul Armstrong, Ms Hilary Borrow, David Ashton, Joe Bradley, Keith (Withington) Atkins, Charlotte Bradley, Peter (The Wrekin) Austin, John Brown, Rt Hon Nick (Newcastle E) Baker, Norman Brown, Russell (Dumfries) Ballard, Mrs Jackie Browne, Desmond Banks, Tony Buck, Ms Karen Barnes, Harry Burden, Richard Battle, John Burgon,...

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: Drugs and Medicines (9 Dec 1997)

... Anderson, Donald (Swansea E) Campbell, Mrs Anne (C'bridge) Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Campbell, Ronnie (Blyth V) Ashton, Joe Campbell Savours, Dale Atkins, Charlotte Cann, Jamie Austin, John Casale, Roger Banks, Tony Caton, Martin Barnes, Harry Cawsey, Ian Battle, John Chapman, Ben (Wirral S) Bayley, Hugh Clapham, Michael Beard, Nigel Clark, Rt Hon Dr David (S Shields) Benn,...

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