Mr David Alton: speeches in 1997 (Hansard)

Mr David Alton

March 15, 1951 -
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Contributions

1997

2 speeches — Abortion Written Answers January 13, 1997

Business of the House Commons January 16, 1997

Departmental Public Relations Budgets Written Answers January 22, 1997

Public Appointments Written Answers January 22, 1997

Sex Offenders Bill Commons January 27, 1997

European Court of Human Rights (Compliance Measures) Written Answers January 30, 1997

Data Protection Written Answers February 3, 1997

Hawksworth Hall School Written Answers February 3, 1997

11 speeches — European Court of Human Rights Written Answers February 4, 1997

2 speeches — Ford (Halewood) Commons February 5, 1997

Ashworth Hospital Commons February 10, 1997

5 speeches — Personal Social Services Records Written Answers February 10, 1997

2 speeches — China Written Answers February 10, 1997

2 speeches — Turkey Written Answers February 10, 1997

Iran Written Answers February 10, 1997

Interception of Communications Written Answers February 11, 1997

Parliamentary Questions (Cost) Written Answers February 12, 1997

3 speeches — Surveillance Equipment Written Answers February 13, 1997

2 speeches — Telephone Tapping Written Answers February 17, 1997

Surveillance Equipment Written Answers February 18, 1997

2 speeches — Peace Process Commons February 27, 1997

Business of the House Commons February 27, 1997

Human Embryos Written Answers March 11, 1997

Prisons (Drugs) Commons March 20, 1997

Northern Ireland Lords October 22, 1997

Euthanasia and Advance Directives Written Answers October 30, 1997

Abortions and Human Embryos Written Answers October 30, 1997

China: Family Planning Written Answers November 4, 1997

Terminally Ill Patients Lords November 20, 1997

Organ Procurement Written Answers December 17, 1997

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