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Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: 'exceptions to the Backdating of Benefits (10 Dec 1997)

..., Nigel Oaten, Mark Faber, David Öpik, Lembit Fabricant, Michael Ottaway, Richard Fallon, Michael Page, Richard Fearn, Ronnie Paice, James Flight, Howard Paisley, Rev Ian Forsythe, Clifford Paterson, Owen Forth, Rt Hon Eric Pickles, Eric Foster, Don (Bath) Prior, David Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Randall, John Fox, Dr Liam Redwood, Rt Hon John Fraser, Christopher Rendel, David...

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: Power to Reduce Child Benefit for Lone Parents (10 Dec 1997)

...Jones, Barry (Alyn & Deeside) Gardiner, Barry Jones, Mrs Fiona (Newark) Jones, Helen (Warrington N) Merron, Gillian Jones, Ms Jenny (Wolverh'ton SW) Michael, Alun Milburn, Alan Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C) Miller, Andrew Jones, Martyn (Clwyd S) Moffatt, Laura Jowell, Ms Tessa Moonie, Dr Lewis Kaufman, Rt Hon Gerald Moran, Ms Margaret Keeble, Ms Sally Morley, Elliot Keen, Alan...

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: Employment Law (10 Dec 1997)

...Drew, David Jones, Mrs Fiona (Newark) Eagle, Angela (Wallasey) Jones, Helen (Warrington N) Eagle, Maria (L'pool Garston) Jones, Ms Jenny(Wolverh'ton SW) Edwards, Huw Efford, Clive Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C) Ellman, Mrs Louise Jones, Dr Lynne (Selly Oak) Ennis, Jeff Jones, Martyn (Clwyd S) Ewing, Mrs Margaret Jowell, Ms Tessa Fatchett, Derek Kaufman, Rt Hon Gerald Fisher, Mark...

Business of the House (11 Dec 1997)

Owen Paterson: During the general election campaign, not one Labour candidate in Shropshire told the electors of Shropshire that, in the event of a Labour Government coming to power, they would impose a local government settlement such as the one that was announced last week. It has brought £9.7 million in cuts and a 17 per cent. increase in council tax. The county is in a state of shock. May we please...

Business of the House: Points of Order (11 Dec 1997)

Owen Paterson: rose—

Business of the House: Agenda 2000: Reform of the Common Gricultural Policy (11 Dec 1997)

...Moss, Malcolm Forsythe, Clifford Nicholls, Patrick Forth, Rt Hon Eric Norman, Archie Fox, Dr Liam Ottaway, Richard Fraser, Christopher Page, Richard Gale, Roger Paice, James Garnier, Edward Paterson, Owen Gibb, Nick Prior, David Gill, Christopher Randall, John Gillan, Mrs Cheryl Redwood, Rt Hon John Goodlad, Rt Hon Sir Alastair Robathan, Andrew Gray, James Robertson, Laurence...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Bill: Detention Orders (11 Dec 1997)

..., Mrs Theresa Donaldson, Jeffrey Moss, Malcolm Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Ottaway, Richard Duncan, Alan Page, Richard Duncan Smith, Iain Paice, James Evans, Nigel Paisley, Rev Ian Faber, David Paterson, Owen Fallon, Michael Prior, David Forth, Rt Hon Eric Redwood, Rt Hon John Fox, Dr Liam Robathan, Andrew Fraser, Christopher Robertson, Laurence (Tewk'b'ry) Gale, Roger Ruffley,...

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill (16 Dec 1997)

..., Mrs Fiona (Newark) Morley, Elliot Jones, Helen (Warrington N) Morris, Ms Estelle (B'ham Yardley) Jones, Ms Jenny Morris, Rt Hon John (Aberavon) (Wolverh'ton SW) Mountford, Kali Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C) Mudie, George Jones, Dr Lynne (Selly Oak) Mullin, Chris Jones, Martyn (Clwyd S) Murphy, Denis (Wansbeck) Jowell, Ms Tessa Naysmfth, Dr Doug Keen, Alan (Feltham & Heston) Norris,...

Fisheries (17 Dec 1997)

...Iain Moss, Malcolm Evans, Nigel Nicholls, Patrick Faber, David Norman, Archie Fabricant, Michael Ottaway, Richard Fallon, Michael Page, Richard Flight, Howard Paice, James Forsythe, Clifford Paterson, Owen Forth, Rt Hon Eric Prior, David Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Randall, John Fox, Dr Liam Redwood, Rt Hon John Fraser, Christopher Robathan, Andrew Gale, Roger Robertson, Laurence...

Business of the House (17 Dec 1997)

...(Alyn & Deeside) Dobson, Rt Hon Frank Jones, Mrs Fiona (Newark) Donohoe, Brian H Jones, Helen (Warrington N) Doran, Frank Jones, Ms Jenny (Wolverh'ton SW) Dowd, Jim Drew, David Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C) Dunwoody, Mrs Gwyneth Jones, Dr Lynne (Selly Oak) Edwards, Huw Jones, Martyn (Clwyd S) Efford, Clive Jones, Nigel (Cheltenham) Ellman, Mrs Louise Jowell, Ms Tessa Ennis, Jeff...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Energy Sources (18 Dec 1997)

Owen Paterson: When considering energy policy, which has priority—offering the British consumer the cheapest possible electricity, honouring environmental commitments at Kyoto or keeping people in jobs in the energy industries?

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (13 Jan 1998)

...Moss, Malcolm Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Nicholls, Patrick Duncan, Alan Norman, Archie Duncan Smith, Iain Ottaway, Richard Evans, Nigel Page, Richard Faber, David Paice, James Fabricant, Michael Paterson, Owen Fallon, Michael Pickles, Eric Flight, Howard Prior, David Forth, Rt Hon Eric Randall, John Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Redwood, Rt Hon John Fox, Dr Liam Robathan, Andrew...

Orders of the Day — Regional Development Agencies Bill (14 Jan 1998)

... Nicholls, Patrick Tapsell, Sir Peter Norman, Archie Taylor, Ian (Esher & Walton) Ottaway, Richard Taylor, John M (Solihull) Page, Richard Taylor, Sir Teddy Paice, James Tredinnick, David Paterson, Owen Trend, Michael Pickles, Eric Tyrie, Andrew Prior, David Viggers, Peter Randall, John Walter,Robert Redwood, Rt Hon John Wardle, Charles Robathan, Andrew Waterson, Nigel...

Clause 1: Meaning of "the Treaties" and "the Community Treaties" (15 Jan 1998)

... Fabricant, Michael Nicholls, Patrick Fallon, Michael Norman, Archie Flight, Howard Ottaway, Richard Forth, Rt Hon Eric Page, Richard Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Paice, James Fox, Dr Liam Paterson, Owen Fraser, Christopher Pickles, Eric Gale, Roger Prior, David Garnier, Edward Randall, John Gibb, Nick Redwood, Rt Hon John Gill, Christopher Robertson, Laurence (Tewk'b'ry) Gillan,...

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: The Assembly (20 Jan 1998)

... Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) Nicholls, Patrick Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Norman, Archie Ottaway, Richard Collins, Tim Page, Richard Colvin, Michael Paice, James Cran, James Paterson, Owen Curry, Rt Hon David Pickles, Eric Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Prior, David Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Randall, John Day, Stephen Redwood, Rt Hon John Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen...

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: Membership (20 Jan 1998)

Owen Paterson: Given that we are talking about proportion, may I ask the hon. Gentleman to remember that, in the referendum, only 24 per cent. of the electorate of Powys voted yes?

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Welsh Assembly (Site) (21 Jan 1998)

Owen Paterson: If he will make a statement on the consultation process for determining the site of the Welsh assembly. [21961]

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: Transfer of Ministerial Functions (21 Jan 1998)

Owen Paterson: The debate has been fascinating. It goes to the heart of the problem that the Government have brought upon themselves. There is no clear idea of what the assembly will be. The Secretary of State assures us frequently that this Parliament is sovereign. That comment is presumably addressed to the 75 per cent. of the electorate who did not vote or voted no. The Government understand that there...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Common Agricultural Policy (22 Jan 1998)

Owen Paterson: What percentage reduction in the EU agriculture budget he will be seeking in discussions in the Council of Ministers on CAP reform. [22301]

Business of the House (22 Jan 1998)

Owen Paterson: I welcome the announcement of a day's debate on the revenue support grant, but must inform the Leader of the House that the proposed local government settlement for Shropshire will have catastrophic consequences. There will be not only a 17 per cent. increase in council tax, but £10 million in cuts, 450 teachers may lose their jobs and class sizes may go over 40. I addressed 4,000 people in...

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