Westminster Hall debates

Tuesday, 4 May 2004

  • [Mr. Kevin Hughes in the Chair]

  • Occupied Territories

    26 speeches

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

  • Kosovo

    22 speeches

    I am extremely grateful to Mr. Speaker for giving me the opportunity to raise this subject, which, I am afraid, has been rather sadly and mysteriously left off the list of Government priorities....

  • Human Rights (Western Sudan)

    7 speeches

    As chairman of the all-party group on Sudan, I am grateful for the opportunity to introduce a short debate on what Mukesh Kapila, the United Nations humanitarian co-ordinator for Sudan, has...

  • Home Education

    9 speeches

    I welcome this opportunity for a short debate about home education, which is an important but sometimes neglected tributary of mainstream education. I am delighted that the Minister for School...

  • Voluntary Organisations (North Lincolnshire)

    4 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to raise this issue and to tell the House of the concerns in north Lincolnshire about cuts in the council budget to support the following local voluntary...

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