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Volume No. 506Part No. 49

House of Commons Debates 03 March 2010

House Of Commons
Prayers
[mr. Speaker ]
Oral Answers To Questions
International Development
Malaria
China
Violence Against Women (Developing Countries)
Fairtrade Fortnight
Women's Education (Sub-saharan Africa)
Overseas Aid
Zimbabwe
Malaria
Prime Minister
Engagements
Bribery Bill []
Royal Assent
Bribery Bill []
Bribery Bill [] (Programme)
Business Without Debate
Delegated Legislation
European Union Documents
Proposed Poole Bridge


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Column: 925

Column: 925

House of Commons [3 Mar 2010]

Prayers [3 Mar 2010]

[Mr. Speaker ] [3 Mar 2010]

Oral Answers to Questions [3 Mar 2010]

International Development [3 Mar 2010]

Malaria [3 Mar 2010]

Peter Luff (Mid-Worcestershire) (Con):

Mr. Shailesh Vara (North-West Cambridgeshire) (Con):

The Secretary of State for International Development (Mr. Douglas Alexander):

Peter Luff:

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Tom Clarke (Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill) (Lab):

Column: 926

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Andrew Mitchell (Sutton Coldfield) (Con):

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Vara:

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Bill Olner (Nuneaton) (Lab):

Mr. Alexander:

David Simpson (Upper Bann) (DUP):

Column: 927

Mr. Alexander:

China [3 Mar 2010]

Andrew Selous (South-West Bedfordshire) (Con):

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development (Mr. Michael Foster):

Andrew Selous:

Mr. Foster:

Mr. Andy Reed (Loughborough) (Lab/Co-op):

Mr. Foster:

Column: 928

Sir Robert Smith (West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine) (LD):

Mr. Foster:

Mr. Andrew Mitchell (Sutton Coldfield) (Con):

Mr. Foster:

Violence Against Women (Developing Countries) [3 Mar 2010]

Jim Sheridan (Paisley and Renfrewshire, North) (Lab):

The Minister of State, Department for International Development (Mr. Gareth Thomas):

Jim Sheridan:

Column: 929

Mr. Thomas:

Malcolm Bruce (Gordon) (LD):

Mr. Thomas:

John Robertson (Glasgow, North-West) (Lab):

Mr. Thomas:

Mr. Gary Streeter (South-West Devon) (Con):

Mr. Thomas:

Column: 930

Mr. Michael Moore (Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk) (LD):

Mr. Thomas:

Fairtrade Fortnight [3 Mar 2010]

Andrew Rosindell (Romford)(Con):

Mr. Humfrey Malins (Woking) (Con):

The Secretary of State for International Development (Mr. Douglas Alexander):

Andrew Rosindell:

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Malins:

Column: 931

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. David S. Borrow (South Ribble) (Lab):

Mr. Alexander:

Dr. Gavin Strang (Edinburgh, East) (Lab):

Mr. Alexander:

Mr. Mark Lancaster (North-East Milton Keynes) (Con):

Mr. Alexander:

Column: 932

Women's Education (Sub-Saharan Africa) [3 Mar 2010]

Mr. Lindsay Hoyle (Chorley) (Lab):

The Minister of State, Department for International Development (Mr. Gareth Thomas):

Mr. Hoyle:

Mr. Thomas:

Mark Pritchard (The Wrekin) (Con):

Mr. Thomas:

Mr. Speaker:

Overseas Aid [3 Mar 2010]

Michael Connarty (Linlithgow and East Falkirk) (Lab):

Column: 933

The Secretary of State for International Development (Mr. Douglas Alexander):

Michael Connarty:

Mr. Alexander:

Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con):

Mr. Alexander:

Zimbabwe [3 Mar 2010]

Sir Nicholas Winterton (Macclesfield) (Con):

The Minister of State, Department for International Development (Mr. Gareth Thomas):

Sir Nicholas Winterton:

Column: 934

Mr. Thomas:

John Battle (Leeds, West) (Lab):

Mr. Thomas:

Malaria [3 Mar 2010]

Mr. Stephen O'Brien (Eddisbury) (Con):

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development (Mr. Michael Foster):

Mr. O'Brien:

Mr. Foster:

Prime Minister [3 Mar 2010]

Engagements [3 Mar 2010]

Mrs. Eleanor Laing (Epping Forest) (Con):

Column: 935

The Leader of the House of Commons (Ms Harriet Harman):

Mrs. Laing:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Andy Reed (Loughborough) (Lab/Co-op):

Ms Harman:

Column: 936

Mr. William Hague (Richmond, Yorks) (Con):

Ms Harman:

Mr. Hague:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Hague:

Column: 937

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Mr. Hague:

Ms Harman:

Column: 938

Mr. Hague:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Ms Harman

Mr. Speaker:

Ms Harman:

Mr. Hague:

Mr. Speaker:

Mr. Hague:

Column: 939

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Dr. Phyllis Starkey (Milton Keynes, South-West) (Lab)

Mr. Speaker:

Dr. Starkey:

Ms Harman:

Dr. Vincent Cable (Twickenham) (LD):

Ms Harman:

Column: 940

Mr. Speaker:

Dr. Cable:

Ms Harman:

Sir Gerald Kaufman (Manchester, Gorton) (Lab):

Ms Harman:

Mr. Philip Hollobone (Kettering) (Con):

Ms Harman:

Column: 941

Mrs. Betty Williams (Conwy) (Lab):

Ms Harman:

Robert Neill (Bromley and Chislehurst) (Con):

Mr. Speaker:

Robert Neill (Bromley and Chislehurst) (Con):

Ms Harman:

Phil Wilson (Sedgefield) (Lab):

Ms Harman:

Mr. Speaker:

Phil Wilson:

Ms Harman:

Column: 942

Mr. David Heathcoat-Amory (Wells) (Con):

Ms Harman:

Lynne Jones (Birmingham, Selly Oak) (Lab):

Mr. Speaker:

Lynne Jones:

Ms Harman:

Paul Rowen (Rochdale) (LD):

Column: 943

Ms Harman:

Jim Sheridan (Paisley and Renfrewshire, North) (Lab):

Ms Harman:

Column: 944

Bill Wiggin (Leominster) (Con):

Ms Harman:

Column: 945

Bribery Bill [] [3 Mar 2010]

12.33 pm

The Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor (Mr. Jack Straw):

Sir Nicholas Winterton (Macclesfield) (Con)

Mr. Straw:

Column: 946

Mr. Speaker:

Mr. Straw:

Column: 947

Lembit Öpik (Montgomeryshire) (LD):

Mr. Straw:

Column: 948

David Howarth (Cambridge) (LD):

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Jonathan Djanogly (Huntingdon) (Con):

Mr. Straw:

Column: 949

Mr. Djanogly:

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Dominic Grieve (Beaconsfield) (Con):

Mr. Speaker:

Mr. Straw:

Column: 950

Mr. Edward Garnier (Harborough) (Con):

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Grieve:

Mr. Straw:

Column: 951

Column: 952

David Howarth:

Mr. Straw:

Hugh Bayley (City of York) (Lab):

Mr. Straw:

Column: 953

Hugh Bayley:

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Grieve:

Mr. Straw:

Column: 954

Mr. Garnier:

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Garnier:

Mr. Straw:

Column: 955

Column: 956

Royal Assent

Mr. Speaker:

Column: 957

Bribery Bill [] [3 Mar 2010]

1.25 pm

Mr. Dominic Grieve (Beaconsfield) (Con):

Column: 958

Column: 959

David Howarth:

Mr. Grieve:

Mr. Straw:

Mr. Grieve:

Column: 960

Daniel Kawczynski (Shrewsbury and Atcham) (Con):

Mr. Grieve:

Column: 961

Column: 962

1.47 pm

Hugh Bayley (City of York) (Lab):

Column: 963

Daniel Kawczynski:

Hugh Bayley:

Column: 964

Daniel Kawczynski:

Hugh Bayley:

Mr. David Heath (Somerton and Frome) (LD):

Column: 965

Hugh Bayley:

Column: 966

Daniel Kawczynski:

Hugh Bayley:

Column: 967

Column: 968

2.18 pm

David Howarth (Cambridge) (LD):

Column: 969

Mr. Djanogly:

David Howarth:

Column: 970

Daniel Kawczynski:

David Howarth:

Mr. Deputy Speaker (Sir Alan Haselhurst):

David Howarth:

Column: 971

Column: 972

2.36 pm

Daniel Kawczynski (Shrewsbury and Atcham) (Con):

Column: 973

Column: 974

2.45 pm

Mr. Jonathan Djanogly (Huntingdon) (Con):

Column: 975

Column: 976

Column: 977

Column: 978

3.1 pm

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (Claire Ward):

Column: 979

Column: 980

Mr. Grieve:

Claire Ward:

Column: 981

David Howarth:

Claire Ward:

Column: 982

Column: 983

bribery bill [] (programme)

Business without Debate [3 Mar 2010]

delegated legislation [3 Mar 2010]

Column: 984

Mr. Deputy Speaker (Sir Alan Haselhurst):

Column: 985

european union documents [3 Mar 2010]

Column: 986

Proposed Poole Bridge [3 Mar 2010]

3.23 pm

Mr. Robert Syms (Poole) (Con):

Column: 987

Column: 988

3.33 pm

Annette Brooke (Mid-Dorset and North Poole) (LD):

Column: 989

Column: 990

Mr. Syms:

Annette Brooke:

3.42 pm

Column: 991

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport (Paul Clark):

Column: 992

Column: 993

Annette Brooke:

Paul Clark:

Mr. Syms:

Paul Clark:

Column: 994

Mr. Robert Walter (North Dorset) (Con):

Paul Clark:

Madam Deputy Speaker (Sylvia Heal):

Paul Clark:

4.1 pm

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