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Search across all content on parliament.uk. Examination of Witnesses (Questions 220 - 239) TUESDAY 6 NOVEMBER 2001 MR DANNY KUSHLIK, MR NICK DAVIES, MR ROGER WARREN EVANS, MR ALUN BUFFRY AND MR CONOR MCNICHOLAS. 220. Mr Davies almost revealed the point I am trying to get at with one of his answers when he said the problem with cannabis legalisation is it is just not important, the important ...
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House of Commons - Home Affairs - Third Report
Page: Tuesday 30 October 2001 : Ms Sue Killen, Director, Drug Strategy, and Mr Vic Hogg, Head of Communities and Law Enforcement, Drugs Unit, Home Office, Ms Rosemary Jenkins, Acting Head, Drugs and Alcohol Misuse Branch, Department of Health, Mr Paul Hayes, Chief Executive, National Treatment Agency, and Mr Keith Hellawell, Expert Adviser to the Home Secretary on International Drug Issues and ...
Business of the House - Hansard - UK Parliament
The Leader of the House of Commons. (Mr Jacob Rees- Mogg) Share. The business of the House will include: Monday 17 May—Continuation of the debate on the Queen’s Speech on safe streets for all. Tuesday 18 May—Continuation of the debate on the Queen’s Speech on affordable and safe housing for all. Wednesday 19 May—Conclusion of the ...
Commons Chamber - Hansard - UK Parliament
The business of the House will include: Monday 17 May—Continuation of the debate on the Queen’s Speech on safe streets for all. Tuesday 18 May—Continuation of the debate on the Queen’s Speech on affordable and safe housing for all.
Active travel: increasing levels of walking and cycling in England ...
Active travel: increasing levels of walking and cycling in England Contents. Published written evidence. The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the inquiry publications page of the Committee’s website.. ATR numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.
Petitions - Hansard - UK Parliament
I rise to present a petition on behalf of my constituents, who are very concerned about the proposed closure of the animal welfare centre in Wood Green, which has been extant for nearly 100 years.
Prisoners: Outdoors Endurance Activities - Hansard - UK Parliament
In 2016, I read about a survey of 2,000 parents of five to 12-year-olds in a nationally representative sample, which found that 74% of the children spent less than 16 minutes playing outside each day. The UN guidelines on the treatment of prisoners require at least one hour of suitable exercise in the open air daily.
Psychotherapy Bill [H.L.] (Hansard, 21 February 2001)
§Moved, That the House do now resolve itself into Committee.—(Lord Alderdice.) § On Question, Motion agreed to. § House in Committee accordingly. § [THE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES (Lord Skelmersdale) in the Chair.] § Clauses 1 to 10 agreed to. § Clause 11 [The Education Committee]: § Lord Alderdice moved Amendment No. 1: Page 9. line 27, at end insert— ("(5) The Education ...
Animal shelter in Wood Green - Hansard - UK Parliament
at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, has been particularly active in promoting the rights of animals, the right to animal welfare, and the right for Wood Green to continue to have this desperately needed animal shelter, which will soon reach its 100th anniversary. I hope that the petition will be viewed positively.
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