Westminster Hall debates

Tuesday, 6 February 2001

  • [Sir Alan Haselhurst in the Chair]

  • Hospices

    10 speeches

    Motion made, and Question proposed, That the sitting be now adjourned.--[Mr. Jamieson.]

  • NHS Cost of Living Supplement

    7 speeches

    I want to discuss an important and complex subject. It used often to be said that the national health service, with 1 million employees, was the largest organisation except for the Red army. I do...

  • Chile

    14 speeches

    I welcome the opportunity to debate our relations with Chile and the situation in that country. First, I should declare an interest, which is in the Register of Members' Interests and is...

  • Policing (East Anglia)

    2 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to introduce this debate. I am also grateful to the Minister of State, Home Office, the hon. Member for Norwich, South (Mr. Clarke), for being here to respond....

  • Economic Regeneration (Plymouth)

    4 speeches

    Plymouth is the largest city on the south coast, and the second largest in the south-west. The city's population is 250,000, but its influence spreads further. Some 330,000 people live in...

  • Miners' Compensation Scheme

    24 speeches

    I welcome the Minister for Energy and Competitiveness in Europe to the debate and to his new post. I believe that he will do his utmost to put right the shambles and the great injustice done to...

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