Westminster Hall debates

Tuesday, 3 July 2001

  • [Sir Alan Haselhurst in the Chair]

  • Housing (London)

    20 speeches

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

  • Foot and Mouth

    22 speeches

    I am glad to have the opportunity to raise a matter of pressing—indeed searing—importance to my constituency. I welcome the Minister, who is making his debut for DEFRA, which I am...

  • Prostitution

    2 speeches

    I shall explain briefly why I asked for this debate. Like many large cities, Birmingham has areas where street prostitution and kerb crawling occur. Two such areas, one off Pershore road and near...

  • Heathrow

    8 speeches

    I welcome the opportunity to introduce a short Adjournment debate on the future of Heathrow, a subject that is topical in south and west London and in the counties surrounding Heathrow. I welcome...

  • Employee Pension Schemes

    3 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to raise an important matter on behalf of many of my constituents. I congratulate the Minister on her appointment, as I have not had a chance to do so before. I...

What is this?

Opened in December 1999, Westminster Hall is aimed at fostering a new style of debate. Sessions are open to all MPs, who sit in a horseshoe arrangement which is meant to encourage constructive rather than confrontational debate.

The meetings are presided over by a Deputy Speaker and there are no votes.

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