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Weekly Information Bulletin: 2nd November 2002

EARLY DAY MOTIONS TABLED BETWEEN FRIDAY 25 OCTOBER - THURSDAY 31 OCTOBER 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

28.10.02

1621A1

Barry Sheerman

SMOKING IN THE WORKPLACE;Amdt. line 12:

28.10.02

1818

Adrian Bailey

PRIVATE ACTION, PUBLIC BENEFIT

28.10.02

1819

Jeremy Corbyn

ELECTION OF LULA IGNACIO DA SILVA

28.10.02

1820

Harry Cohen

EVENING STANDARD WEBSITE

28.10.02

1821

John McDonnell

DEATHS OF IRISH PRISONERS IN BRIXTON PRISON

28.10.02

1822

James Clappison

DEGRADABLE PLASTIC BAGS

28.10.02

1823

Jane Griffiths

INTERNATIONAL DOWN'S SYNDROME SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

28.10.02

1824

Huw Irranca-Davies

MOTORWAY JUNCTION NEAR LLANILID

28.10.02

1825

Lindsay Hoyle

BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL

28.10.02

1826

Claire Curtis-Thomas

35th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ABORTION ACT 1967

28.10.02

1827

Keith Vaz

LAUNCH OF BBC'S NATIONAL ASIAN NETWORK

28.10.02

1828

Geraldine Smith

OPERATION CATARACT

29.10.02

1829

Damian Green

CONFIDENCE IN THE EXAMINATION SYSTEM

29.10.02

1830

Peter Luff

HUNTING WITH DOGS IN SCOTLAND

29.10.02

1831

Mark Oaten

LOTTERY FUNDING FOR VILLAGE HALLS

29.10.02

1826A1

Peter Bottomley

35th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ABORTION ACT 1967;Amdt. line 1:

29.10.02

1783A1

Peter Bottomley

FIRE SERVICE DISPUTE;Amdt. line 2:

29.10.02

1832

Chris Bryant

EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS AND MINISTERS OF RELIGION

29.10.02

1833

David Lidington

BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT

29.10.02

1834

Michael Connarty

BODYSHOP HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS 2002

29.10.02

1835

Ian Davidson

USE OF THE WORD 'ENEMIES' IN PUBLICATIONS OF BRITAIN IN EUROPE

29.10.02

1836

David Tredinnick

PROPOSED PROHIBITION ON THE SALE OF KAVA KAVA HERBAL PRODUCTS

30.10.02

1837

Hilton Dawson

REFORMING THE LAW ON PARK HOMES

30.10.02

1838

John Mann

IVORY TRADE

30.10.02

1839

Jeremy Corbyn

MORDECAI VANUNU

30.10.02

1840

Joan Walley

SUPPORT FOR FRIENDLY SOCIETIES

31.10.02

1841

Ann Clwyd

PEACE NEGOTIATIONS IN CHECHNYA

31.10.02

1842

Andrew Rosindell

NATIONAL M.E.CENTRE

31.10.02

1843

Wayne David

ELECTRO-CONVULSIVE THERAPY

31.10.02

1679A1

Evan Harris

CANNABIS RECLASSIFICATION AND THE EVENING STANDARD;

Amdt. line 9:

31.10.02

1678A1

Evan Harris

CANNABIS RECLASSIFICATION AND THE DAILY TELEGRAPH;

Amdt. line 8:

31.10.02

1844

Angus Robertson

FRIENDS OF SCOTLAND AND THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SCOTLAND

31.10.02

1845

Tony Wright

PROPOSED SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE LORD CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENT

31.10.02

1846

Jeremy Corbyn

HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN MALAWI

 
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