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Harriet Harman

Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham (28 Oct 1982 – current)

Jamie Reed

Former Labour MP for Copeland (5 May 2005 – 23 Jan 2017)

Nia Griffith

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Chris Bryant

Labour MP for Rhondda (7 Jun 2001 – current)

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Labour MP for Worsley and Eccles South (5 May 2005 – current)

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Former Labour MP for Hastings and Rye (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)

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Orders of the Day — MATRIMONIAL PROCEEDINGS (MAGISTRATES' COURTS) BILL [Lords]: Wolfenden Report (Part Two) (29 Jun 1960)

.... Douglas Mitchison, G. R. Molson, Rt. Hon. Hugh Silverman, Sydney (Nelson) Turner, Colin Moore, Sir Thomas Skeffington, Arthur Wade, Donald Noel-Baker, Rt. Hn. Philip (Derby, S.) Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Wall, Patrick Oram, A. E. Sorensen, R. W. Warbey, William Padley, W. E. Stewart, Michael (Fulham) Weitzman, David Pannell, Charles (Leeds, W.) Strauss, Rt. Hn. G. R....

National Health Service Contributions Bill and National Health Service Bill (Allocation of Time) (6 Mar 1961)

...(West Ham, S.) Silverman, Julius (Aston) Butler, Herbert (Hackney, C.) Jones, Jack (Rotherham) Silverman, Sydney (Nelson) Butler, Mrs. Joyce (Wood Green) Jones, J. Idwal (Wrexham) Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Castle, Mrs. Barbara Jones, T. W. (Merioneth) Slater, Joseph (Sedgefieid) Chapman, Donald Kelley, Richard Small, William Chetwynd, George Kenyon, Clifford Smith, Ellis...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 24. — (Supplementary Provisions Relating to Three Foregoing Sections.) (3 Jul 1961)

.... E. Castle, Mrs. Barbara Johnson, Carol (Lewisham, S.) Short, Edward Chapman, Donald Jones, Rt. Hn. A. Creech(Wakefield) Silverman, Julius (Aston) Chetwynd, George Kelley, Richard Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Cliffe, Michael Key, Rt. Hon. C. W. Slater, Joseph (Sedgefield) Cronin, John King, Dr. Horace Snow, Julian Crossman, B. H. S. Lee, Frederick (Newton) Sorensen, R. w....

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill (16 Nov 1961)

..., George Hall, Rt. Hn. Glenvil (Coine Valley) Lewis, Arthur (West Ham, N.) Davies,Rt.Hn.Clement(Montgomery) Hamilton, William (West Fife) Mabon, Dr. J. Dickson Davies, G. Elfed (Rhondda, E.) Harman, William MacColl, James Davies, Harold (Leek) Hart, Mrs. Judith McInnes, James Deer, George Hayman, F. H. McKay, John (Wallsend) Delargy, Hugh Healey, Denis Mackie, John (Enfield, East)...

Commonwealth Immigrants Bill (Business Committee) (30 Jan 1962)

..., John Hale, Leslie (Oldham, W.) Benson, Sir George Dodds, Norman Hall, Rt. Hn. Glenvil (Colne Valley) Blackburn, F. Donnelly, Desmond Hamilton, William (West Fife) Blyton, William Driberg, Tom Harman, William Boardman, H. Dugdale, Rt. Hon. John Hart, Mrs. Judith Bowden, Rt. Hn. H. W. (Leics. S.W.) Ede, Rt. Hon. C. Hayman, F. H. Bowen, Roderic (Cardigan) Edelman, Maurice Healey,...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture and Horticulture Bill: Clause 1. — (Price Stability of Imported Products.) (25 Feb 1964)

..., Arthur (West Ham, N.) Silverman, Julius (Aston) Finch, Harold Lipton, Marcus Silverman, Sydney (Nelson) Fitch, Alan Lubbock, Eric Skeffington, Arthur Foley, Maurice McBride, N. Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Forman, J. C. McCann, John Slater, Joseph (Sedgefield) Fraser, Thomas (Hamilton) MacColl, James Small, William Galpern, Sir Myer McInnes, James Smith, Ellis (Stoke, S.)...

Orders of the Day — Harbours Bill: Clause 18. — (Orders for Establishing Schemes for Control of Move Ment of Ships in Harbours.) (4 Mar 1964)

..., Julius (Aston) Bradley, Tom Jones, Dan (Burnley) Silverman, Sydney (Nelson) Bray, Dr. Jeremy Jones, J. Idwal (Wrexham) Skeffington, Arthur Brockway, A. Fenner Kelley, Richard Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Broughton, Dr. A. D. D. Kenyon, Clifford Slater, Joseph (Sedgefield) Butler, Herbert (Hackney, C) King, Dr. Horace Small, William Callaghan, James Lawson, George Smith, Ellis...

Cost of Living (11 Mar 1964)

..., Michael Johnson, Carol (Lewisham, S.) Silverman, Sydney (Nelson) Collick, Percy Jones, Rt. Hn. A. Creech (Wakefield) Skeffington, Arthur Corbet, Mrs. Freda Jones, Dan (Burnley) Slater, Mrs. Harriet (Stoke, N.) Craddock, George (Bradford, S.) Jones, J. Idwal (Wrexham) Slater, Joseph (Sedgefield) Crossman, R. H. S. Jones, T. W. (Merioneth) Small, William Cullen, Mrs. Alice Kenyon,...

Orders of the Day — Harbours Bill: Clause 25. — (Avoidance of Preference as Regards Certain Charges.) (16 Mar 1964)

...Wedgwood Griffiths, W. (Exchange) Millan, Bruce Bennett, J. (Glasgow, Bridgeton) Gunter, Ray Mitchison, G. R. Benson, Sir George Hamilton, William (West Fife) Monslow, Warier Blackburn, F. Harman, William Morris, Charles (Openshaw) Blyton, William Harper, Joseph Morris, John (Aberavon) Bottomley, Rt. Hon. A. G. Hayman, F. H. Moyle, Arthur Bowden, Rt. Hn. H. w.(Leics, S.W.) Harbison,...

Orders of the Day — Housing Subsidies Bill (15 Dec 1965)

...) Maxwell, Robert Boston, Terence Hamilton, William (West Fife) Mayhew, Christopher Bottomley, Rt. Hn. Arthur Hamling, William (Woolwich, W.) Mellish, Robert Bowden, Rt. Hn. H. W. (Leics S.W.) Harman, William Mendelson, J. J. Boyden, James Harper, Joseph Mikardo, Ian Braddock, Mrs. E. M. Harrison, Walter (Wakefield) Millan, Bruce Bradley, Tom Hart, Mrs. Judith Miller, Dr. M. S....

Oral Answers to Questions — Law on Contempt (24 Nov 1980)

Michael Meacher: If the Government are to introduce a Bill in this Session on the law of contempt, why are they showing such indecent haste in trying to modify the law by pursuing the case against Miss Harriet Harman?

Harriet Harman (27 Nov 1980)

Harriet Harman

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Medical Privilege (9 Feb 1981)

Mr Peter Archer: ...interest requires that information disclosed in confidence for one purpose should not be used for a different purpose? Would not Mr. Attorney agree that this is the question that arose in the Harriet Harman case? Is it not a little unfair that questions of the balance of public interest should be left to the courts when they are essentially political questions? Will he suggest at some...

New Clause 1: USE OF TAPE RECORDERS (No. 2) (16 Jun 1981)

Hon. Sam Silkin: ..., I see no reason why those who wish to use them—for example, the press—should not be allowed to do so. If the press had been allowed to use tape recorders in the great case which led to the Harriet Harman matter there might not have been a Harriet Harman case, because the journalist concerned could have made a recording of what was said and would not have had to resort to Miss Harriet...

New Clause 2: Disclosure Following Discovery (16 Jun 1981)

Sir John Morris: I beg to move, That the clause be read a Second time. The new clause arises from the case involving Miss Harriet Harman. On Second Reading we discussed the subject extensively. In Committee we returned to it in some detail. The new clause we then moved was substantially wider than the one before us today. This new clause is much more restricted. It deals first with documents that have been...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (11 Feb 1982)

Mr Greville Janner: Will the Prime Minister find time today to consider the majority decision in the House of Lords in the case of Harriet Harman, which is an apparent travesty of common sense? Will she consider introducing legislation to overturn that decision and in the meantime ask the Home Secretary not to enforce the order for costs against that lady?

Business of the House (11 Feb 1982)

Mr Robert Kilroy-Silk: Does the Leader of the House not believe that it is quite wrong for the Government to take an individual through the courts in order to clarify the law, as this Government have done in the Harriet Harman case, which was decided today? Does he accept that it is necessary for the Home Secretary to make a statement to he House this week about rescinding the £25,000 costs that the Government...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Corporal Punishment (18 Feb 1982)

Mr Roy Hattersley: The Minister has spoken of the importance of our accepting all the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. If Lord Scarman turns out to be correct in the Harriet Harman case, and the Home Office is at fault according to the European Court, will the Home Office withdraw its case and not press for costs?

Orders of the Day — Administration of Justice Bill [Lords]: New Clause 4 (19 Oct 1982)

Mr Peter Archer: I beg to move, That the clause be read a Second time. This is what has become known as the Harriet Harman clause. The House is familiar with the story. I do not propose to embark on a disquisition on the criticisms which have been made of Ms Harman personally, or on a refutation of those criticisms, which has been fully elaborated, or to repeat the testimonies which have been given in the...

New Members (4 Nov 1982)

Harriet Harman, for Peckham.

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