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Weekly Information Bulletin: 20th July 2002

EARLY DAY MOTIONS TABLED BETWEEN FRIDAY 12 JULY - THURSDAY 18 JULY 2002

Early Day Motion is a colloquial term for a notice given by a Member for which no date has been fixed for debate. This section records the date, number, primary sponsor and title of EDMs tabled in the last week.

For information about the text and signatories see 'Notices of Motions' section of the Vote Bundle, the EDM Database at http://www.parliament.uk or contact the House of Commons Information Office (Tel: 020 7219 4272) who will advise. For Information on Early Day Motions see HCIO Factsheet P3

Factsheets on the Parliament website: http://www.parliament.uk/lib/fact.htm

Date

EDM

Primary Sponsor

Title

12.07.02

1620

Lembit Opik

LICENSING REFORM

12.07.02

1621

Kevin Barron

SMOKING IN THE WORKPLACE

15.07.02

1622

Harry Cohen

USA AND IRAQ

15.07.02

1623

Harry Cohen

MR AHMED OMAR SAEED SHEIKH

15.07.02

1624

Helen Clark

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES AND CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

15.07.02

1625

Helen Clark

NATIONAL CAB ACT

15.07.02

1626

John Barrett

EURO REFERENDUM DATE (No. 2)

15.07.02

1627

Jeremy Corbyn

JARVIS PLC

15.07.02

1628

John McDonnell

RULEBREAKING IN THE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE LEAGUE

15.07.02

1629

Adam Price

EMPLOYER LIABILITY INSURANCE

15.07.02

1630

John Austin

SALE OF F-16 FIGHTER AIRCRAFT TO ISRAEL

16.07.02

1631

Edward O'Hara

AGE CONCERN'S AGE EQUALITY CONTRACT

16.07.02

1632

Edward O'Hara

TRANSPORTATION AWARENESS RIDE

16.07.02

1603A1

Bob Spink

RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY;Amdt. line 4:

16.07.02

1633

Andrew Stunell

WELFARE OF GREYHOUND RACING DOGS

16.07.02

1634

Adrian Bailey

CO-OPERATIVE BANK AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

16.07.02

1635

John McDonnell

INDUSTRIAL ACTION BY RMT ON LONDON UNDERGROUND

16.07.02

1636

Joyce Quin

BEACON COUNCIL STATUS

16.07.02

1637

David Heath

KING ARTHUR AND SOMERSET

16.07.02

1638

John Horam

TREATMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

16.07.02

1639

Paul Flynn

BASEBALL

16.07.02

1640

Bob Russell

ITV DIGITAL AND THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE

16.07.02

1641

Edward O'Hara

SCULPTURES OF THE PARTHENON

16.07.02

1642

David Clelland

BALTIC CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

16.07.02

1643

Jane Griffiths

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SETTING FOR REFRIGERANTS AND AIR CONDITIONING AND THE;GOVERNMENT'S CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAMME

16.07.02

1644

Kevin McNamara

BLOODY FRIDAY

17.07.02

1645

Ian Gibson

HEART FAILURE

17.07.02

1646

Lindsay Hoyle

ILLEGAL SLAUGHTER OF SONGBIRDS

17.07.02

1647

Lindsay Hoyle

RUGBY LEAGUE TOURS

17.07.02

1648

Steve Webb

PARLIAMENT (S.I., 2002, No. 1807)

17.07.02

1637A1

Paul Tyler

KING ARTHUR AND SOMERSET;Amdt. line 7:

17.07.02

1637A2

Paul Flynn

KING ARTHUR AND SOMERSET;Amdt. line 3:

17.07.02

1641A1

Tim Loughton

SCULPTURES OF THE PARTHENON;Amdt. line 1:

17.07.02

1649

Iain Luke

McGONAGALL CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

17.07.02

1650

Richard Younger-Ross

ARMED FORCES PENSION SCHEME

17.07.02

1651

Joan Ruddock

FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS AT HEATHROW

17.07.02

1652

Richard Younger-Ross

ARMED FORCES PENSION SCHEME RETROSPECTIVE BENEFITS

17.07.02

1641A2

Tim Loughton

SCULPTURES OF THE PARTHENON;Amdt. line 2:

17.07.02

1594A3

Malcolm Bruce

BANK OF ENGLAND;Amdt. line 2:

17.07.02

1653

Iain Duncan Smith

TRANSPORT (S.I., 2002, No.1166)

17.07.02

1654

Iain Duncan Smith

MERCHANT SHIPPING (S.I., 2002,No. 1473)

17.07.02

1594A4

Malcolm Bruce

BANK OF ENGLAND;Amdt. line 3:

17.07.02

1655

Keith Vaz

VISITOR VISA SERVICES IN THE INDIAN SUB CONTINENT

17.07.02

1656

Andy Burnham

MANCHESTER COMMONWEALTH GAMES AND RUGBY LEAGUE

17.07.02

1657

Andrew Stunell

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

18.07.02

1658

Peter Bottomley

PARLIAMENTARY PENSION ARRANGEMENTS

18.07.02

1659

Gavin Strang

BUS SAFETY

18.07.02

1660

Frank Field

MEMBERS' PENSIONS

18.07.02

1661

Geraldine Smith

RECLASSIFICATION OF CANNABIS

18.07.02

1649A1

Peter Bradley

McGONAGALL CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS;Amdt. line 3:

18.07.02

1662

Paul Flynn

RE-CLASSIFYING CANNABIS

18.07.02

1469A2

David Chaytor

FREE PRESCRIPTIONS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL;Amdt. line 3:

18.07.02

1469A3

David Chaytor

FREE PRESCRIPTIONS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL;Amdt. line 10:

18.07.02

1663

Norman Baker

MARMOSET BRAIN RESEARCH

18.07.02

1664

Llew Smith

QINETIQ'S ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES

18.07.02

1665

Simon Thomas

SELLING ARMS TO INDIA AND PAKISTAN

18.07.02

1646A1

Simon Thomas

ILLEGAL SLAUGHTER OF SONGBIRDS;Amdt. line 1:

18.07.02

1646A2

Simon Thomas

ILLEGAL SLAUGHTER OF SONGBIRDS;Amdt. line 8:

18.07.02

1666

Annette Brooke

CRECHE FACILITIES

18.07.02

1667

Desmond Swayne

TATE GALLERY

18.07.02

1637A3

Robert Key

KING ARTHUR AND SOMERSET;Amdt. line 4:

18.07.02

1637A4

Adrian Sanders

KING ARTHUR AND SOMERSET;Amdt. line 9:

18.07.02

1590A1

Gerald Kaufman

ACADEMIC FREEDOM;Amdt. line 1:

18.07.02

1590A2

Gerald Kaufman

ACADEMIC FREEDOM;Amdt. line 5:

18.07.02

1590A3

Gerald Kaufman

ACADEMIC FREEDOM;Amdt. line 6:

18.07.02

1668

Austin Mitchell

NEGOTIATING BETTER PPP DEALS

18.07.02

1669

Alan Simpson

GM FOODS AND HUMAN HEALTH

 
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