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Weekly Information Bulletin

Weekly Information Bulletin: 21st May 2011

Early Day Motions tabled between

13 – 20 May 2011


Early Day Motion is a colloquial term for a notice given by a Member for which no date has been fixed for debate.

This section records the date, number, primary sponsor and title of EDMs tabled in the last week.

[R] denotes relevant interest declared

For information about the text and signatories see ‘Notices of Motions’ section of the Vote Bundle, the EDM Database on the Parliament website or contact the House of Commons Information Office (Tel: 020 7219 4272) who will advise.

For further information on Early Day Motions see HCIO Factsheet P3 produced by the House of Commons Information Office, available, in hardcopy on request or to download from the Parliament website.

Date

EDM

Primary Sponsor

Title

13.05.11

1807

Keith Vaz

VIDEO GAMES AND YOUNG PEOPLE

13.05.11

1808

Kate Green

JOBCENTRE PLUS CLOSURES

16.05.11

1809

Valerie Vaz

APPLICATION OF VAT TO FOOTBALL LEAGUE PITCH BLOCK BOOKINGS

16.05.11

1810

Katy Clark

CYBER-BULLYING

16.05.11

1811

Mrs Linda Riordan

REVIEW OF THE TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINAL PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE

16.05.11

1812

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Withdrawn

16.05.11

1813

Mr George Howarth

NATIONAL REFRACTORY ANGINA CENTRE

17.05.11

1814

Mr Tom Clarke

VIOLETTE SZABÓ, RECIPIENT OF THE GEORGE CROSS, CROIX DE GUERRE AND MÉDAILLE DE LA RÉSISTANCE

17.05.11

1815

Alun Michael

DEMOCRACY IN SOMALILAND

17.05.11

1816

Zac Goldsmith

PRACTICAL COOKING LESSONS IN SCHOOLS

17.05.11

1817

David Morris

HOUSING FOR FORMER MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES

17.05.11

1818

Mr Mike Weir

OFFSHORE SECTOR AND AIR PASSENGER DUTY

17.05.11

1819

Paul Flynn

MEDICAL DEVICES

17.05.11

1820

David Tredinnick

HOMEOPATHY RESEARCH INSTITUTE CAMPAIGN

17.05.11

1821

Sir Peter Bottomley

NHS LOCUM SURGEONS

17.05.11

1822

Sir Peter Bottomley

JOHN ADAMS SOCIETY AND US VISITOR PROGRAMME

17.05.11

1823

Mr Gregory Campbell

RECOGNITION OF WALTER SMITH

17.05.11

1824

Mr Ronnie Campbell

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS SPENDING BY NORTHUMBRIA POLICE

17.05.11

1825

Mark Durkan

EQUITABLE LIFE COMPENSATION (No. 3)

18.05.11

1826

Robert Halfon

RAWABIT PARTNERSHIP SCHEME AND EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN IRAQ

18.05.11

1827

Valerie Vaz

NATIONAL EPILEPSY WEEK, 15 TO 21 MAY 2011

18.05.11

1828

Mr Andrew Love

DRAFT NATIONAL POLICY STATEMENT ON WASTE WATER

18.05.11

1829

Mr Mark Williams

IMPRISONMENT OF BAHÁ'Í COMMUNITY LEADERS IN IRAN

18.05.11

1830

Andrew Rosindell

90th BIRTHDAY OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE PHILIP DUKE OF EDINBURGH

18.05.11

1831

Mr Alan Meale

NICE REVIEW OF CANCER DRUGS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKAEMIA

18.05.11

1832

Sandra Osborne

PROPOSALS FOR THE FUTURE OF NHS BLOOD AND TRANSPLANT SERVICE

18.05.11

1833

Geraint Davies

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENTS FOR PRISON INMATES

19.05.11

1834

Steve Rotheram

HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFENCES: COMPANIES ENTERING ADMINISTRATION

19.05.11

1835

Dr Julian Huppert

FUTURE OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE

19.05.11

1836

Jeremy Corbyn

EMPLOYMENT OF DISABLED PEOPLE

19.05.11

1837

Katy Clark

HUMAN RIGHTS IN BAHRAIN