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Remaining Private Members' Bills

Volume 407: debated on Friday 20 June 2003

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Pensions (Winding-Up) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

As the Government have objected and blocked the Bill going into Committee, I shall bring it back on 11 July, when I hope that they will have had second thoughts, following pressure from the electorate.

To be read a Second time on Friday 11 July.

Housing (Overcrowding) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 11 July.

Health And Safety At Work (Offences) Bill

Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question, That the Bill be now read a Second time.

Debate to be resumed on Friday 11 July.

Food Colouring And Additives Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 11 July.

Telecommunications Masts (Railways) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 4 July.

Equality Bill Lords

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 4 July.

Local Communities Sustainability Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 4 July.

Crown Employment (Nationality) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 4 July.

Government Powers (Limitations) Bill

Order for Second Reading read.

To be read a Second time on Friday 4 July.

2.33 pm

On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. Is there any way in which Hansard could record the fact that the objections to my Crown Employment (Nationality) Bill, and to the Health and Safety at Work (Offences) Bill were made by the part-time shadow Leader of the House, as he shuttles back and forth between that position and his part-time position on the Back Benches?

Objections are valid, from whatever quarter of the House, and from whichever individual, they come.