Mr David Alton: speeches in 2001 (Hansard)

Mr David Alton

March 15, 1951 -
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Contributions

2001

Reproductive Cloning Written Answers January 15, 2001

2 speeches — Therapeutic Cloning Written Answers January 15, 2001

Human Cloning Written Answers January 17, 2001

4 speeches — Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000 Lords January 22, 2001

Alder Hey Inquiry Report Lords January 30, 2001

6 speeches — Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority Written Answers February 12, 2001

2 speeches — Foetuses Retained for Research Written Answers February 12, 2001

Asylum Seekers Lords February 14, 2001

Sudan: Slavery Lords February 26, 2001

2 speeches — Indonesia Lords March 6, 2001

2 speeches — China: Population Control Written Answers March 6, 2001

China: One-child Policy Written Answers March 8, 2001

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Regulations Written Answers March 12, 2001

2 speeches — Parkinsons's Disease: American Clinical Trials Written Answers March 19, 2001

8 speeches — Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order 2001 Lords March 27, 2001

Human Reproductive Cloning Written Answers March 28, 2001

2 speeches — Iran Lords April 25, 2001

Bishop Shi Enxiang Written Answers May 3, 2001

Police Authorities: Age Limit Written Answers May 8, 2001

Developing Countries: Corruption Lords May 10, 2001

Belfast Agreement Decommissioning Lords June 27, 2001

2 speeches — Human Cloning Ban: Prospects of Legislation Lords July 4, 2001

Sudan Lords July 9, 2001

Citizenship Lords July 9, 2001

4 speeches — International Development Bill [H.L.] Lords July 16, 2001

Tristan Da Cunha Written Answers July 24, 2001

Laos Written Answers July 24, 2001

Anti-terrorism Measures Lords October 15, 2001

Northern Ireland Lords October 23, 2001

2 speeches — International Development Bill [H.L.] Lords October 25, 2001

Asylum Lords October 29, 2001

Foetal Pain Relief: Guidelines on Use in Abortions Written Answers November 2, 2001

Reproductive Cloning: Proposed Ban Written Answers November 2, 2001

London: Emergency Response Co-ordination Lords November 5, 2001

Premature Babies: Pain Relief Written Answers November 5, 2001

Population Policies Written Answers November 7, 2001

Induced Abortion and Breast Cancer Written Answers November 7, 2001

Stem Cells Written Answers November 12, 2001

Abortion Act 1967 Written Answers November 13, 2001

3 speeches — Overseas Aid: Coercive Population Programmes Written Answers November 19, 2001

Citizenship Written Answers November 20, 2001

Closed List Voting System Written Answers November 20, 2001

2 speeches — Human Cloning Lords November 21, 2001

Human Reproductive Cloning Bill [H.L.] Lords November 21, 2001

Asylum Seekers: Voucher Scheme Written Answers November 22, 2001

6 speeches — Human Reproductive Cloning Bill [H.L.] Lords November 26, 2001

7 speeches — Human Reproductive Cloning Bill [H.L.] Lords November 26, 2001

Human Cloning Written Answers December 3, 2001

Reproductive Cloning Written Answers December 5, 2001

Asylum System Lords December 10, 2001

Northern Ireland: Community Policing Lords December 10, 2001

Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Bill Lords December 10, 2001

Human Reproductive Cloning Act 2001 Written Answers December 12, 2001

Stem Cell Research: Funding Written Answers December 12, 2001

Breast Cancer Written Answers December 13, 2001

3 speeches — Human Embryonic Stem Cells Written Answers December 13, 2001

Geron Bio-med Written Answers December 13, 2001

Trafficking in Human Beings Written Answers December 17, 2001

Breast Cancer Written Answers December 17, 2001

3 speeches — Embryonic Stem Cell Research Written Answers December 17, 2001

Embryonic Stem Cells Written Answers December 18, 2001

2 speeches — Developing Countries: Aid Programmes Lords December 20, 2001

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