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Westminster Hall debates

Wednesday, 3 March 2004

  • [Mr. John McWilliam in the Chair]

  • Coal Health Claims

    33 speeches

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

  • Cold Calling

    4 speeches

    I do not intend to cover every aspect of cold calling. My objective is to secure three things from the Minister: first, a recognition of the scale of the problem; secondly, a readiness to take...

  • Osteoporosis

    19 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to introduce the debate, which I have secured for several reasons. Like a great many Members, I have received lots of letters and cards in connection with a...

  • Out-of-Hours Medical Services (Hampshire)

    5 speeches

    I welcome the opportunity to highlight the important issue of out-of-hours medical services in my locality, and I shall begin by setting the scene. As MPs, we all receive complaints from time to...

  • Call Centres (Offshoring)

    6 speeches

    I am pleased to have been granted this debate because it gives me the opportunity to raise the concerns of a sizeable number of my constituents and those in surrounding constituencies who will...

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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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