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Kennedy, Charles

Kilfedder, James

Lamond, James

Leadbitter, Ted

Leighton, Ron

Lewis, Terry

Lloyd, Tony (Stretford)

Lofthouse, Geoffrey

Loyden, Eddie

McAllion, John

McAvoy, Thomas

McFall, John

McKay, Allen (Barnsley West)

McKelvey, William

McNamara, Kevin

Madden, Max

Mahon, Mrs Alice

Marek, Dr John

Martin, Michael J. (Springburn)

Martlew, Eric

Maxton, John

Meacher, Michael

Meale, Alan

Michael, Alun

Michie, Bill (Sheffield Heeley)

Michie, Mrs Ray (Arg'l & Bute)

Mitchell, Austin (G't Grimsby)

Moonie, Dr Lewis

Morgan, Rhodri

Morley, Elliott

Morris, Rt Hon A. (W'shawe)

Morris, Rt Hon J. (Aberavon)

Mowlam, Marjorie

Mullin, Chris

Murphy, Paul

Oakes, Rt Hon Gordon

O'Brien, William

O'Neill, Martin

Orme, Rt Hon Stanley

Owen, Rt Hon Dr David

Pendry, Tom

Pike, Peter L.

Powell, Ray (Ogmore)

Prescott, John

Primarolo, Dawn

Quin, Ms Joyce

Radice, Giles

Randall, Stuart

Redmond, Martin

Rees, Rt Hon Merlyn

Richardson, Jo

Robertson, George

Rogers, Allan

Ross, Ernie (Dundee W)

Rowlands, Ted

Ruddock, Joan

Sedgemore, Brian

Shore, Rt Hon Peter

Short, Clare

Sillars, Jim

Skinner, Dennis

Smith, Andrew (Oxford E)

Smith, C. (Isl'ton & F'bury)

Smith, J. P. (Vale of Glam)

Snape, Peter

Soley, Clive

Spearing, Nigel

Steel, Rt Hon David

Steinberg, Gerry

Stott, Roger

Strang, Gavin

Straw, Jack

Taylor, Matthew (Truro)

Turner, Dennis

Wall, Pat

Wallace, James

Walley, Joan

Wardell, Gareth (Gower)

Wareing, Robert N.

Welsh, Michael (Doncaster N)

Winnick, David

Worthington, Tony

Wray, Jimmy

Tellers for the Noes :

Mr. Frank Haynes and

Mrs. Llin Golding.

Question accordingly agreed to.


That this House approves the programme of reform of the National Health Service set out in the White Paper, Working for Patients (Cm. 555), and the reaffirmation of the basic principles of the National Health Service which will continue to be available to all, regardless of income and financed mainly out of taxation ; and believes that the proposals in the White Paper will raise the standards of all of the health service to the high standard of the best and will lead to an extension of patient choice, a more responsive health service, better value for money and an even better standard of health care for the decade to come.

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Motion made, and Question put forthwith pursuant to Standing Order No. 101(5) (Standing Committees on Statutory Instruments, &c.)

Road Traffic

That the draft Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) (Amendment) Order 1989, which was laid before this House on 21st April, be approved.-- [Mr. Dorrell.]

Question agreed to.


Motion made, and Question put forthwith pursuant to Standing Order No. 102(5) (Standing Committees on European Community Documents.)

Pesticides Residues

That this House takes note of European Community Document No. 4092/1/89 relating to pesticide residues and of the Government's intention to negotiate a satisfactory system to set Community levels that will both strengthen the protection of consumer health and facilitate intra-Community trade.

Batteries and Accumulators

That this House takes note of European Community Document No. 10470/88 relating to batteries and accumulators containing dangerous substances ; and endorses the Government's support of the proposal's aim of reducing pollution from these materials while ensuring that methods of achieving this do not create barriers to trade within the Community.-- [Mr. Dorrell.]

Question agreed to.

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Coal Mining (Subsidence)

Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.-- [Mr. Dorrell.]

10.25 pm

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