Mr Bill Rammell: speeches in 2001 (Hansard)

Mr Bill Rammell

October 10, 1959 -
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Contributions

2001

Teacher Numbers Commons January 11, 2001

Police Numbers Commons January 18, 2001

Sierra Leone Written Answers January 26, 2001

Unemployment Costs Written Answers January 31, 2001

Food Supply Chain Written Answers February 1, 2001

Police Recruitment and Housing Costs Commons February 5, 2001

2 speeches — Education Investment Commons March 1, 2001

Winter Fuel Allowance Commons March 5, 2001

National Minimum Wage Commons March 5, 2001

Unemployment Costs Written Answers March 6, 2001

10 speeches — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation Commons March 13, 2001

Judicial Appointments Written Answers March 15, 2001

Universities Written Answers March 15, 2001

European Security and Defence Policy Commons March 19, 2001

Glass Industry Commons March 19, 2001

Bus Services (Provision of Information) Commons March 28, 2001

4 speeches — Foreign and Security Policy Commons April 25, 2001

Performance-related Pay Commons April 26, 2001

EU (Enlargement) Commons May 1, 2001

4 speeches — European Communities (Finance) Bill Commons July 3, 2001

2 speeches — Specialist Schools Commons July 5, 2001

Unexploded Bomb (Epping Forest) Written Answers July 18, 2001

International Terrorism Commons October 4, 2001

European Communities (Amendment) Bill Commons October 17, 2001

2 speeches — Education and Lifelong Learning Commons November 6, 2001

Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act Written Answers November 7, 2001

2 speeches — Nurses Commons November 13, 2001

2 speeches — Antisocial Behaviour Commons November 19, 2001

Afghanistan Written Answers November 27, 2001

Workers' Rights Written Answers November 29, 2001

2 speeches — Dissemination of Information Commons December 3, 2001

Engagements Commons December 12, 2001

Active Citizenship Written Answers December 17, 2001

Anti-terrorism Legislation Written Answers December 19, 2001

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