Westminster Hall debates

Wednesday, 19 July 2006

  • [Derek Conway in the Chair] — Buncefield Oil Depot Fire

    35 speeches

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

  • Mi6

    4 speeches

    I welcome the opportunity to introduce this debate. I am pleased to see the Minister for the Middle East in his place; I was expecting the Minister for Europe to answer the debate. The Minister...

    • London Orbital Rail Network

      36 speeches

      It will be in order for colleagues to remove their jackets if they wish. It is a warm day; perhaps the hottest of the year.

    • Remploy

      30 speeches

      I am delighted to have secured this debate, in which I, and many of my colleagues, can put my concerns directly to the Minister. My worry is that the current review of Remploy could take the...

      Congestion (A14)

      12 speeches

      I am grateful to Mr. Speaker for granting permission for this debate. I welcome the Minister and look forward to his response. I also welcome my hon. Friends the Members for Wellingborough (Mr....

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