2 edition of Parliamentary Debates, House of Commons - 1999-2000 found in the catalog.
Parliamentary Debates, House of Commons - 1999-2000
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Written in English
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The Hansard Index is the key to information about what is said by Members of Parliament in the House of Commons during the 35th Parliament, 2nd Session. The subject entries will either provide reference to a page number or, a combination of page number followed by the issue sitting number and time checks in the daily Hansard.
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House of Commons - 1999-2000 book Hansard (the Official Report) is the edited verbatim report of proceedings of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
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The hon. Gentleman says that the banking sector has received a whacking tax cut. I will dispute that further in my later comments, but the figures are these: inthe banking sector paid £ billion in tax; last year, it paid £ billion. Sources: Robert Marleau and Camille Montpetit, House of Commons Procedure and Practice (Ottawa, House of Commons, ), Appendix Parliaments sincepp.
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In AprilAustralia and Iran exchanged draft trade agreements. DFAT’s –01 annual report observed.Who determines the agenda is a key question political science (Bachrach and Baratz ): a parliament can only make decisions on those issues that make it onto the parliamentary agenda (Cox and McCubbins ; Döring a; Laver and Shepsle ; Tsebelis and Rasch ).Despite its importance, surprisingly little is known about decision making on the Author: Simon Otjes.