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Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Culture West Midlands (18 Dec 2006)

David Lammy: ...Member, Culture West Midlands Dorothy Wilson, Board Member, Culture West Midlands Ian Ward, Board Member, Culture West Midlands Sir William Lawrence, Board Member, Culture West Midlands Caroline Foxhall, Arts Council England West Midlands Liz Charlton, Government Office for the West Midlands Jenny Boylan, West Midlands Regional Assembly Loretta Sollars, Sport England West Midlands Krysia...

Orders of the Day — Abingdon Bypass (3 Apr 1973)

Mr Airey Neave: ...far the Didcot link will go. To be effective, it must go to the far side—that is to the east or Wallingford side of Didcot. If it is only to go from the new interchange at Milton Heights to the Foxhall Road it will not bring about the radical improvement in the Didcot road system that is so needed. I hope that my hon. Friend will deal with that point in his reply. The Press release of...

Hospital Services, Ipswich (9 Apr 1964)

Mr Dingle Foot: ...facilities elsewhere in the group have been reviewed, and some relief will be given to Ipswich. What exactly does that mean? Does it merely mean that minor cases are to be moved out to, say, Foxhall, or Felixstowe? According to my information, most of the minor cases have already been treated peripherally and I am told that it would be difficult to extend the process much further. No...

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