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House of Commons Votes and Proceedings
Wednesday 9th December 1998

The House met at half-past Nine o'clock.
PRAYERS.
1Adjournment,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House do now adjourn—(Mr Clive Betts);
 
        And it being Two o'clock, the Motion for the adjournment of the House lapsed, without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.
2Opposition Day [1st allotted day],—It being an allotted day at the disposal of the Leader of the Opposition in pursuance of Standing Order No. 14 (Arrangement of public business), the House proceeded to consider opposition business.
 
        Decommissioning and the Release of Prisoners,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House supports the Belfast Agreement and reasserts that the Agreement has to be implemented in all its parts; believes that several things must happen in parallel in order to build confidence, whether it be decommissioning or the release of prisoners; notes that the only organisations that can qualify to take seats in the government of Northern Ireland and can expect the early release of prisoners are those that have given up violence for good and that decomissioning is part of that; notes that since July over 200 terrorist prisoners have been released early while decommissioning of illegally held arms and explosives has yet to begin; and believes that there should be no further early releases of prisoners, and no place in the Northern Ireland Executive for their representatives in the Assembly, until there has been substantial and verifiable decommissioning—(Mr Andrew MacKay);
 
        An Amendment was proposed to the Question, in line 2, to leave out from the word 'House' to the end of the Question and add the words 'recognises that the Good Friday Agreement represents an historic opportunity to bring agreed government and political stability to Northern Ireland; acknowledges the progress which has been made by the British and Irish Governments and the Northern Ireland parties in reaching and implementing the Agreement; and believes the only way forward for the people of Northern Ireland to find lasting peace is for the Governments and the parties to move urgently to implement every aspect of the Agreement in full', instead thereof.—(Secretary Marjorie Mowlam.)
 
        And the Question being proposed, That the original words stand part of the Question;
 
        Mr Andrew MacKay rose in his place and claimed to move, That the Question be now put;
 
        And the Question being put, That the Question be now put:—It was agreed to.
 
        And the Question being accordingly put;
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Nigel Waterson, Mr Stephen Day: 142.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Keith Hill, Mr Greg Pope: 376.
 
        So the Question was negatived.
 
        And the Question, That the proposed words be there added, being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 31 (Questions on amendments);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Keith Hill, Mr Greg Pope: 352.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr William Ross, The Reverend Martin Smyth: 7.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Deputy Speaker forthwith declared the Main Question, as amended, to be agreed to.
 
        Resolved, That this House recognises that the Good Friday Agreement represents an historic opportunity to bring agreed government and political stability to Northern Ireland; acknowledges the progress which has been made by the British and Irish Governments and the Northern Ireland parties in reaching and implementing the Agreement; and believes the only way forward for the people of Northern Ireland to find lasting peace is for the Governments and the parties to move urgently to implement every aspect of the Agreement in full.
 
        Tax Harmonisation,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House deplores the Government's attempts to be all things to all men on the issue of EU tax harmonisation; urges the Government to explain what confidence can be placed in Ministers' undertakings to use the veto, given the Chancellor's decision to sign up to the Party of European Socialists' "New European Way" document and given the EU Tax Commissioner's insistence that the UK is "fully on board" for progress towards tax harmonisation; asks the Government to place in the Library the list of 85 instances of alleged "harmful tax competition" identified by the Code of Conduct Working Group chaired by the Financial Secretary, ten of which are believed to relate to the UK; and urges the Government to make a clear statement of its policy towards EU tax harmonisation—(Mr Francis Maude);
 
        An Amendment was proposed to the Question, in line 2, to leave out from the word 'House' to the end of the Question and add the words 'recalls that the last Government's record on tax was one of broken promises, that it raised taxes 22 times having promised to cut taxes, including putting VAT on domestic fuel and power having specifically promised not to do so, and further that it tried to raise VAT on fuel to 17\5 per cent.; welcomes the fact that this Government has kept all of its promises on taxation, including its promises not to raise the basic or top rates of income tax and cutting VAT on fuel to 5 per cent.; and further welcomes the Government's approach to taxation at an international level, favouring fair tax competition, supporting concerted action at European level, including through the EU Code of Conduct Group, to deal with discriminatory and unfair tax practices that distort real competition, stating that it will not support measures that are not in Britain's national economic interest or that damage British business, harm investment and jobs, or damage Europe's competitiveness, and reiterating that it will retain the veto on tax issues and that decisions on tax will remain subject to unanimity', instead thereof—(Mr Stephen Byers.)
 
        And the Question being put, That the original words stand part of the Question;
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr Stephen Day, Mr Nigel Waterson: 140.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr David Jamieson, Jane Kennedy: 359.
 
        So the Question was negatived.
 
        And the Question, That the proposed words be there added, being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 31 (Questions on amendments);
 
        The House divided.
 
          Tellers for the Ayes, Mr David Jamieson, Jane Kennedy: 316.
 
          Tellers for the Noes, Mr Stephen Day, Mr Nigel Waterson: 161.
 
        So the Question was agreed to.
 
        The Deputy Speaker forthwith declared the Main Question, as amended, to be agreed to.
 
        Resolved, That this House recalls that the last Government's record on tax was one of broken promises, that it raised taxes 22 times having promised to cut taxes, including putting VAT on domestic fuel and power having specifically promised not to do so, and further that it tried to raise VAT on fuel to 17.5 per cent.; welcomes the fact that this Government has kept all of its promises on taxation, including its promises not to raise the basic or top rates of income tax and cutting VAT on fuel to 5 per cent.; and further welcomes the Government's approach to taxation at an international level, favouring fair tax competition, supporting concerted action at European level, including through the EU Code of Conduct Group, to deal with discriminatory and unfair tax practices that distort real competition, stating that it will not support measures that are not in Britain's national economic interest or that damage British business, harm investment and jobs, or damage Europe's competitiveness, and reiterating that it will retain the veto on tax issues and that decisions on tax will remain subject to unanimity.
3Section 155 of the Finance Act 1998,—Resolved, That the Code for Fiscal Stability, which was laid before this House on 3rd November, in the last Session of Parliament, be approved.—(Mr Stephen Byers.)
4Police,—A Motion was made, and the Question being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118 (Standing Committees on Delegated Legislation), That the draft Police Act 1997 (Notification of Authorisations etc.) Order 1998, which was laid before this House on 19th November, in the last Session of Parliament, be approved—(Jane Kennedy):—It was agreed to.
5Police,—A Motion was made, and the Question being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118 (Standing Committees on Delegated Legislation), That the draft Police Act 1997 (Authorisation of Action in Respect of Property) (Code of Practice) Order 1998, which was laid before this House on 19th November, in the last Session of Parliament, be approved—(Jane Kennedy):—It was agreed to.
6Prisons,—A Motion was made, and the Question being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118 (Standing Committees on Delegated Legislation), That the draft Parole Board (Transfer of Functions) Order 1998, which was laid before this House on 17th November, in the last Session of Parliament, be approved—(Jane Kennedy):—It was agreed to.
7Scottish Grand Committee,—A Motion was made, and the Question being put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 100 (Scottish Grand Committee (sittings)), That the Scottish Grand Committee shall meet:—
 
        (1) on Monday 18th January at half-past Ten o'clock at New Parliament House, Edinburgh, to consider a substantive motion for the adjournment of the Committee;
 
        (2) on Monday 1st February at half-past Ten o'clock at New Parliament House, Edinburgh, to consider a substantive motion for the adjournment of the Committee;
 
        (3) on Monday 8th March at half-past Ten o'clock at New Parliament House, Edinburgh, to consider a substantive motion for the adjournment of the Committee;
 
        (4) on Monday 22nd March at half-past Ten o'clock at New Parliament House, Edinburgh, to consider a substantive motion for the adjournment of the Committee.—(Jane Kennedy):—It was agreed to.
8Public Petitions,—A Public Petition from Save Our Schools Association against the closure of five schools in Borehamwood was presented and read; and ordered to lie upon the Table and to be printed.
9Adjournment,—A Motion was made, and the Question being proposed, That this House do now adjourn—(Mr David Jamieson);
Thursday 10th December 1998
 
        And the Question being put;
 
        Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.
 
        And accordingly the House, having continued to sit till twenty-five minutes past Twelve o'clock on Thursday morning, adjourned till this day.
[Adjourned at 12.25 a.m.
Betty Boothroyd
Speaker        

Madam Speaker will take the Chair at half-past Two o'clock.

APPENDIX I
Papers presented or laid upon the Table:
Papers subject to Negative Resolution:
1Broadcasting,—Foreign Satellite Service Proscription (No. 2) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3083), dated 9th December 1998 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Smith].
2Education,—General Teaching Council for Wales Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 2911), dated 18th November 1998 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Michael].
3Local Government,—(1) Local Authorities (Goods and Services) (Public Bodies) (No. 5) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 2956), and
 
        (2) Local Government Act 1988 (Defined Activities) (Exemption) (Lichfield District Council) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 2955),
 
    dated 30th November 1998 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Prescott].
4Magistrates' Courts Procedure,—Magistrates' Courts (Modification) Rules 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3046), dated 6th December 1998 [by Act] [Mr Geoffrey Hoon].
5Supreme Court of England and Wales,—(1) Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (Dismissal of Charges Sent) Rules 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3048), dated 6th December 1998,
 
        (2) Crown Court Modification Rules 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3047), dated 6th December 1998, and
 
        (3) Rules of the Supreme Court (Amendment No. 2) 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3049), dated 8th December 1998
 
    [by Act] [Mr Geoffrey Hoon].
6Telecommunications,—(1) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Cignal Global Communications U.K. Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3008),
 
        (2) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Data Marine Systems Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3002),
 
        (3) Public Telecommunication System Designation (EGN BV) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3017),
 
        (4) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Ibercom Limited) Order 1998, (S.I., 1998, No. 3004),
 
        (5) Public Telecommunication System Designation (International Computers Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3013),
 
        (6) Public Telecommunication System Designation (International Telecommunications Group Inc) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3016),
 
        (7) Public Telecommunication System Designation (International Telecom Plc) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3021),
 
        (8) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Internet Network Services Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3011),
 
        (9) Public Telecommunication System Designation (KPN Telecom UK Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3007),
 
        (10) Public Telecommunication System Designation (MLL Telecom Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3012),
 
        (11) Public Telecommunication System Designation (NETs Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3001),
 
        (12) Public Telecommunication System Designation (NorSea Com A/S) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3019),
 
        (13) Public Telecommunication System Designation (PT-1 Communications UK Limited) Order 1998, (S.I., 1998, No. 3003),
 
        (14) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Qwest Communications International Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3014),
 
        (15) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Storm Telecommunications Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3005),
 
        (16) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Telecom One Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3020),
 
        (17) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Teleport London International Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3010),
 
        (18) Public Telecommunication System Designation (The JNT Association) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3018),
 
        (19) Public Telecommunication System Designation (UTG Communications (Europe) AG) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3022),
 
        (20) Public Telecommunication System Designation (VersaTel Telecom BV) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3023),
 
        (21) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Viatel UK Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3009),
 
        (22) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Witley Communications Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3015), and
 
        (23) Public Telecommunication System Designation (Worldport Communications Limited) Order 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 3006),
 
        dated 3rd December 1998 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Mandelson].
Other Papers:
7Courts and Legal Services,—Report and Financial Statements of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Legal Education and Conduct for 1997-98 [by Act] to be printed [No. 40] [Mr Geoffrey Hoon].
8Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions,—Naval and Marine Pay and Pensions (Non-Effective Benefits and Family Pensions) Order 1998, dated 17th November 1998 [by Act] [Margaret Beckett].
9Public Petitions,—Observations by the Secretary of State for Health on the Petition [31st July] from Doctors and Lawyers for Responsible Medicine and their supporters for an end to experiments in xenotransplantation [by Standing Order]; to be printed [Clerk of the House].
10Science and Technology,—Report of the Medical Research Council for 1997-98 [by Act] [Mr Secretary Mandelson].
11Telecommunications,—Licences granted under section 7 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to—
 
          (1) Cignal Global Communications U.K. Limited,
 
          (2) Data Marine Systems Limited,
 
          (3) EGN BV,
 
          (4) Ibercom Limited,
 
          (5) International Computers Limited,
 
          (6) International Telecommunications Group Inc,
 
          (7) International Telecom Plc,
 
          (8) Internet Network Services Limited,
 
          (9) KPN Telecom UK Limited,
 
          (10) MLL Telecom Limited,
 
          (11) NETs Limited,
 
          (12) NorSea Com A/S,
 
          (13) PT-1 Communications UK Limited,
 
          (14) Qwest Communications International Limited,
 
          (15) Storm Telecommunications Limited,
 
          (16) Telecom One Limited,
 
          (17) Teleport London International Limited,
 
          (18) The JNT Association,
 
          (19) UTG Communications (Europe) AG,
 
          (20) VersaTel Telecom BV,
 
          (21) Viatel UK Limited,
 
          (22) Witley Communications Limited, and
 
          (23) Worldport Communications Limited
 
        [by Act] [Mr Secretary Mandelson].
12Treaty Series (No. 56, 1998),—Agreement, done at Zagreb on 21st February 1996, between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Croatia concerning Air Services [by Command] [Cm. 4163] [Mr Secretary Cook].
APPENDIX II
Committees established under Standing Orders relating to Private Business
1Committee on Unopposed Bills (Panel),—Mr John McWilliam reported from the Committee of Selection, That it had appointed eighteen Members to be the Panel of Members to serve on the Committee on Unopposed Bills under Standing Order 111 relating to Private Business (Reference to committees of opposed and unopposed bills), viz.: John Austin, Mr Nigel Beard, Mr Peter Bottomley, Mrs Helen Brinton, Mr John Butterfill, Mr Philip Hammond, Mr Brian Jenkins, Mr John McDonnell, Mr Andrew Mackinlay, Mr David Marshall, Mr Syd Rapson, Mr Nick St. Aubyn, Mr Andrew Stunell, Mr Gerry Sutcliffe, Mr Jon Trickett, Mr Robert Walter, Mrs Ann Winterton and Audrey Wise.
2Provisional Orders (Scotland) (Panel),—The Committee of Selection, in pursuance of Standing Order 228 relating to Private Business (Parliamentary Panel), has selected fifteen Members to form the Parliamentary Panel of Members of this House to act as Commissioners under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936, viz.: Mr Douglas Alexander, Dr Lynda Clark, Mr Eric Clarke, Mr Michael Connarty, Mr Ian Davidson, Mr Brian H. Donohoe, Mr Donald Gorrie, Rosemary McKenna, Mr David Marshall, Mr John Maxton, Mr Michael Moore, Sir Robert Smith, Mr John Swinney, Mr Andrew Welsh and Mr James Wray.
3Standing Orders Committee,—The Committee of Selection has nominated seven Members to serve on the Standing Orders Committee under Standing Order 103 relating to Private Business (Appointment of Standing Orders Committee), viz.: Mrs Llin Golding, Mr Brian Jenkins, Mr Bill O'Brien, Mr Ernie Ross, Mr Roger Stott, Mr Andrew Stunell and Mr Nicholas Winterton.
Standing Committees
4Water Industry Bill:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the Bill to Standing Committee A, and has appointed Mr John McWilliam and Mr Peter Atkinson Chairmen; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed twenty Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr Graham Allen, Mr Bob Blizzard, Mr Tom Brake, Mrs Helen Brinton, Mr Simon Burns, Mr Tony Colman, Mrs Claire Curtis-Thomas, Mr Donald Gorrie, Mr James Gray, Mr Jon Owen Jones, Mr Oliver Letwin, Mr Stephen McCabe, Mr Calum Macdonald, Rosemary McKenna, Mr Michael Meacher, Mr Alan Meale, Mr Lawrie Quinn, Mr Terry Rooney, Mrs Caroline Spelman and Mr Shaun Woodward.
5Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Bill:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the Bill to Standing Committee B, and has appointed Mr Roger Gale and Mr George Stevenson Chairmen; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr David Clelland, Mr Andrew Dismore, Julia Drown, Mr Alan Duncan, Mr Jeff Ennis, Dr Ian Gibson, Dr Evan Harris, Mr John Hutton, Sir David Madel, Laura Moffatt, Ms Linda Perham, Mr John Randall, Sir Robert Smith, Mr David Stewart, Mr Robert Syms and Mr Gareth R. Thomas.
6Draft Financing of Maintained Schools Regulations 1998:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Regulations to the First Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Bill O'Brien Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr Paul Clark, Mr Jim Cunningham, Valerie Davey, Mr Stephen Day, Mr Don Foster, Mr David Jamieson, Mrs Jacqui Lait, Mr Jim Marshall, Mrs Theresa May, Estelle Morris, Sir Raymond Powell, Mr Nicholas Soames, Rachel Squire, Mr Peter Temple-Morris, Ms Claire Ward and Mr Phil Willis.
7Draft Criminal Legal Aid (Scotland) (Prescribed Proceedings) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 1998 and the draft Advice and Assistance (Assistance by Way of Representation) (Scotland) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 1998:
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Regulations to the Second Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mrs Irene Adams Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Mr Douglas Alexander, Mr Russell Brown, Mr Desmond Browne, Mr Dennis Canavan, Ms Roseanna Cunningham, Mr Ian Davidson, Maria Fyfe, Mr Christopher Gill, Mr Donald Gorrie, Mr Edward Leigh, Mr Oliver Letwin, Mrs Anne McGuire, Mr Henry McLeish, Mr Ernie Ross, Mr Desmond Swayne and Mr James Wray.
8Town and Country Planning (Minerals) (Scotland) Regulations 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 2913) and the Town and Country Planning (Compensation for Restrictions on Mineral Working and Mineral Waste Depositing) (Scotland) Regulations 1998 (S.I., 1998, No. 2914):
 
        (1) The Speaker has allocated the draft Regulations to the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation, and has appointed Mr Joe Benton Chairman; and
 
        (2) the Committee of Selection has appointed sixteen Members to serve on the Committee, viz.: Dr Lynda Clark, Mr Eric Clarke, Mr Tam Dalyell, Mr Donald Gorrie, Mr Nigel Griffiths, Mr Oliver Letwin, Mr Calum Macdonald, Mrs Anne McGuire, Mr David Marshall, Dr Lewis Moonie, Mrs Sandra Osborne, Mr Frank Roy, Sir Robert Smith, Mr John Townend, Mr Peter Viggers and Mr Robert Walter.
9Draft Government of Wales Act 1998 (Housing) (Amendments) Order 1998,—The Committee of Selection has discharged Sir Raymond Powell from the Third Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation (nominated in respect of the draft Order); and nominated in substitution Mr John Smith.
European Standing Committees
10European Community Document No. 6378/98, relating to the deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms, and the unnumbered explanatory memorandum submitted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food on 7th December 1998 relating to Fisheries: TACs and quotas for 1999, have been referred to European Standing Committee A.
APPENDIX III
Reports from Select Committees
1Culture, Media and Sport,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee [Back to the Dome]; to be printed [No. 21-iii] [Mr Gerald Kaufman].
2Defence,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Defence Committee [Restructuring of the Territorial Army]; to be printed [No. 70-ii] [Mr Bruce George].
3Education and Employment,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Education Sub-Committee of the Education and Employment Committee [Highly able children]; to be printed [No. 22-ii] [Mr Malcolm Wicks].
4Environmental Audit,—(1) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Environmental Audit Committee [Comprehensive Spending Review]; to be printed [No. 92-i]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee [Pre-Budget Report]; to be printed [No. 93-i]
 
    [Mr John Horam].
5Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs,—(1) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee [Integrated Transport White Paper]; to be printed [No. 32-i]; and
 
        (2) Minutes of Evidence taken before the Transport Sub-Committee of the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee [Eurostar Regional Services]; to be printed [No. 89-i]
 
        [Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody].
6European Scrutiny,—Third Report from the European Scrutiny Committee, to be printed, with the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee relating to the Report [No. 34-iii] [Mr Jimmy Hood].
7Northern Ireland Affairs,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee [Operation of the Fair Employment (Northern Ireland) Act 1989: Ten Years On]; to be printed [No. 95-i] [Mr Peter Brooke].
8Public Accounts,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee of Public Accounts [Sales of the Royal Dockyards]; to be printed [No. 96-i] [Mr David Davis].
9Science and Technology,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Science and Technology Committee [Engineering and Physical Sciences Based Innovation]; to be printed [No. 17-iv] [Dr Michael Clark].
10Scottish Affairs,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Scottish Affairs Committee [Inward/Outward Investment]; to be printed [No. 84-ii] [Mr David Marshall].
11Trade and Industry,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Trade and Industry Committee [The Future of the Post Office]; to be printed [Nos. 94-i and -ii] [Mr Martin O'Neill].
12Treasury,—Minutes of Evidence taken before the Treasury Committee [The World Economy]; to be printed [No. 91-i] [Mr Giles Radice].



 
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