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Westminster Hall debates

Wednesday, 28 March 2001

  • [Sir Alan Haselhurst in the Chair]

  • Steel Industry

    34 speeches

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

  • Tourism (South-West)

    49 speeches

    In the context of the present foot and mouth crisis, this an extremely important debate. I know that a large number of hon. Members will be hoping to catch your eye or to intervene, Mr. Deputy...

  • Fire Stations (Wirral)

    2 speeches

    I should first express my appreciation of the opportunity to debate this issue, as, among the many public services, that provided by the fire service must rank as one of the most important, with...

  • Hospital Transport (Gloucestershire)

    8 speeches

    I am grateful to have an opportunity to debate the problems of hospital transport in Gloucestershire. I am also grateful to the Minister for being here to reply. The provision of hospital...

  • Unemployment (Jarrow)

    9 speeches

    My hon. Friend the Under-Secretary will be pleased to hear that the content of my address will not be as negative as the title of the debate implies. If we practised joined-up government--rather...

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