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Westminster Hall debates

Tuesday, 28 June 2005

  • [Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair]

  • Telecommunications Masts

    68 speeches

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

  • Employment Agencies (Overseas Recruitment)

    22 speeches

    It is always a delight to see you in the Chair, Mr. Olner, and may I begin by saying that it is a great honour to have the opportunity to appear in Westminster Hall before you? I would also like...

  • Future Rapid Effects System

    4 speeches

    I commiserate with the Minister, who has drawn the short straw to be the Minister on duty while his colleagues are, no doubt, enjoying themselves on the Solent, at the review celebrating the...

  • Mr. Luke Noble

    2 speeches

    In August 2004, a young, healthy lad from my constituency, Luke Noble, was tragically killed in a horrific boating accident in the British Virgin Islands. Luke Noble was on holiday visiting his...

  • Asbestos

    6 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss asbestos-related issues in an Adjournment debate. I shall refer to a particular site in my constituency, the former Turner and Newall site in the...

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