Westminster Hall debates

Wednesday, 3 May 2006

  • [Sir Alan Haselhurst in the Chair]

  • Nepal

    25 speeches

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

  • Science (UK Universities)

    10 speeches

    I am grateful for the opportunity to introduce this debate on a big and important subject—probably too big for a half-hour debate. I am aware that many of the issues that are relevant to...

  • Army Barracks (Deaths)

    36 speeches

    In the event of a Division in the main Chamber we will adjourn for 15 minutes, and for 12 minutes in the event of subsequent Divisions. I advise hon. Members that the case of Derek McGregor at...

  • Advice/Legal Services (Hull)

    2 speeches

    I have a cold and hay fever, so I apologise for my voice, Mrs. Anderson. I am pleased to have secured this debate, and I am very pleased indeed that my right hon. and learned Friend the Minister...

  • Hamas and Israel

    6 speeches

    I thank Mr. Speaker for allowing me this debate, and the Minister for being here to listen to my remarks. Today marks 58 years since Israel declared its independence. Israel is a democracy,...

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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