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John Bercow

Speaker MP for Buckingham (1 May 1997 – current)


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Election of Speaker (22 Jun 2009)

Alan Williams: This is the result of the third ballot. Five hundred and ninety-three ballots were cast. The number of votes cast for each candidate was as follows: John Bercow 322; Sir George Young 271. [Applause.] Order. Let us make sure that we sign it off properly. Mr. John Bercow has secured more than 50 per cent. of the ballots cast. Question put forthwith ( Standing Order No. 1B(10)), That John...

Public Bill Committee: Saving Gateway Accounts Bill (27 Jan 2009)

John Bercow: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. As you can see, there has been a change in the Chair, so I will do my best to keep up with the development of proceedings. I am John Bercow, the MP for Buckingham, and I am the co-Chairman of the Committee, along with my colleague, David Taylor.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (22 Apr 2008)

John Bercow: Good morning. My name is John Bercow. I am Member of Parliament for Buckingham and am co-chairing this Public Bill Committee with Eddie O’Hara. I warmly welcome our witnesses. May I ask you to introduce yourselves formally, for the record?

Election of Speaker (18 May 2010)

Peter Tapsell: Under the terms of Standing Order No. 1A, I am now required to ascertain whether Mr John Bercow is willing to be chosen as Speaker. I call Mr John Bercow.

Message to Attend the Lords Commissioners: Election of Speaker (18 May 2015)

Gerald Kaufman: Under the provisions of Standing Order No. 1A, I am now required to ascertain whether Mr John Bercow is willing to be chosen as Speaker. I call Mr John Bercow.

Election of Speaker (13 Jun 2017)

Kenneth Clarke: Under the provisions of Standing Order No. 1A, I am now required to ascertain whether John Bercow is willing to be chosen as Speaker. I call Mr John Bercow.

Prayers (15 May 2009)

John Bercow: ...House sit in private. Question put forthwith ( Standing Order No. 163). A Division was called; Dr. Desmond Turner and Mr. Andrew Dismore were appointed T ellers for the Noes, but only one Member, John Bercow , being appointed Teller for the Ayes, the Deputy Speaker declared that the Noes had it. Question accordingly negatived.

Public Bill Committee: Education and Skills Bill (29 Jan 2008)

John Bercow: Welcome to this, the last public evidence-taking session on the Education and Skills Bill. My name is John Bercow and I am co-chairing the Committee. I appreciate that a third witness has been added at the last minute; you are very welcome too. I ask you to introduce yourselves briefly and formally, then we will go straight on to the process of question and answer.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Further written evidence to be reported to the House (24 Apr 2008)

John Bercow: Thank you. My name is John Bercow. I am MP for Buckingham and co-Chairman of this Committee. In agreement with members of the Committee, we have decided to focus first, for up to half an hour, on matters other than pre-charge detention without trial. Thereafter, or as soon as questions on other matters have been exhausted, we will move on to the important matter of pre-charge detention...

Public Bill Committee: Equality Bill (9 Jun 2009)

David Taylor: ...today and answering their questions. I am sorry if I had to move them along from time to time. I am now about to ask the next set of witnesses to take their place during which time my colleague, John Bercow, will take over as Chair of the Committee. [John Bercow in the Chair]

Business of the House (17 Jan 2019)

John Bercow: ...we feared from press reports that her role as Leader of the House was at risk, the right hon. Members for New Forest West (Sir Desmond Swayne), for New Forest East (Dr Lewis) and for Buckingham (John Bercow) all sprang to our feet during business questions to insist that she must remain in her place.

Public Bill Committee: Education and Skills Bill (22 Jan 2008)

John Bercow: Welcome to our witnesses, Martin Narey and Anne Pinney; we are grateful to you for coming. My name is John Bercow; I am the Member of Parliament for Buckingham, and I am chairing this Public Bill Committee, of which these evidence sessions form part. Could you briefly state your names and titles for the record? We will then go straight into the questioning, beginning with the Opposition Front...

Children and Young Persons Bill [HL] (18 Feb 2008)

Baroness Walmsley: ...the voice that they need to communicate, not just with the IRO but with the rest of the world. At the end of our debate in Grand Committee the Minister was kind enough to say that he hoped that John Bercow would read the debate in Hansard and take into account the points that were raised when he comes to his conclusions—to which we all look forward next month. I hope that John Bercow...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Written evidence to be reported to the House (22 Apr 2008)

John Bercow: ...who did not get in and they will be high up on the list when we hear our next witnesses. Welcome to our next witness. I probably should have introduced myself to our previous witness. My name is John Bercow. I am the Member of Parliament for Buckingham and I am co-chairing this Public Bill Committee. Just for the record, perhaps you would be good enough formally to introduce yourself.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Parliamentary Questions (2 May 2002)

Ms Estelle Morris: The following table provides details of questions tabled to my Department and waiting reply as at 30 April. Questioner Dates PQs outstanding Mark Todd 2–28 February 2002 1 John Battle (1) 1–31 March 2002 13 John Bercow (4) Colin Breed (1) Damian Green (1) Lynne Jones (1) Eleanor Laing (3) Phil Willis (1) Tony Wright (1)...

Public Bill Committee: Education and Skills Bill: Further written evidence to be reported to the House (29 Jan 2008)

John Bercow: ...on, as efficiently as we possibly can, to our final witness of this morning’s evidence session, who represents the Connexions service. Come in, Mr. Gordon; the water is warm. Welcome, my name is John Bercow and I am chairing this Public Bill Committee. You are the last witness this morning and we look forward to what you have to say. Will you introduce yourself formally and then we will...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: (Except clauses 4, 19, 23, 26 to 29, 87 to 92, 131 and 134 and schedules 1, 5 and 38) - Clause 132 - Mandatory e-filing (25 Jun 2002)

Division number 8 - 9 yes, 18 no Voting yes: John Bercow, John Burnett, Mark Field, Howard Flight, Chris Grayling, Mark Hoban, Michael Jack, Peter Luff, John Pugh Voting no: Kevin Brennan, Roger Casale, Jon Cruddas, Jim Cunningham, Wayne David, Tom Harris, John Healey, Mark Hendrick, Ruth Kelly, Iain Luke, Ann McKechin, Rob Marris, Chris Pond, Dawn Primarolo, Joan Ryan, Angela Smith, Helen...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 127 - Aggregates levy: amendments to provisions exempting spoil etc (25 Jun 2002)

Division number 7 - 10 yes, 18 no Voting yes: John Bercow, John Burnett, Christopher Chope, Mark Field, Howard Flight, Chris Grayling, Mark Hoban, Michael Jack, Peter Luff, John Pugh Voting no: Kevin Brennan, Roger Casale, Jon Cruddas, Jim Cunningham, Wayne David, Tom Harris, John Healey, Mark Hendrick, Ruth Kelly, Iain Luke, Ann McKechin, Rob Marris, Chris Pond, Dawn Primarolo, Joan Ryan,...

Written Answers — Health: Speaking for Yourself Programme: Finance (29 Oct 2007)

Ivan Lewis: We have not allocated any funds to this programme and we do not have any plans for future funding. The Prime Minister announced in September 2007, that the hon. Member for Buckingham (John Bercow), will be leading a review of services for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs. The Bercow Review will be supported by officials from the Department for Children,...

Committees — Administration Committee: International Development (13 Jul 2005)

That John Barrett, John Battle, Hugh Bayley, John Bercow, Malcolm Bruce, Richard Burden, Mr Quentin Davies, Mr Jeremy Hunt, Ann McKechin, Joan Ruddock and Mr Marsha Singh be members of the International Development Committee.


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