» Thursday, February 22, 2007

Forthcoming Business

The Leader said that, on Monday, February 26, the Business would be Opposition Day (7th Allotted Day) – debates arising on Opposition motions on "State of the Royal Navy" followed by "Integrity of the Electoral System". These would be followed by a motion to approve a Money Resolution on the Sustainable Communities Bill (Phil Woolas leading for the Government). On Tuesday, February 27 – Remaining stages of the Greater London Authority Bill (Yvette Cooper and Jim Fitzpatrick). The House would debate remaining stages of the Offender Management Bill (Gerry Sutcliffe) on Wednesday, February 28. There would be a debate on Welsh affairs on a motion for the Adjournment on Thursday, March 1, marking St David’s Day. On Friday, March 2, the House would deal with Private Members Bills.

The provisional Business for the following week was: Monday, March 5 – second reading of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [Lords]; Tuesday, March 6 – first day of the debate on House of Lords Reform (Jack Straw); Wednesday, March 7 – conclusion of the debate on House of Lords Reform; Thursday, March 8 – a debate entitled "Women, Justice and Gender Equality in the UK" on a motion for the Adjournment; Friday, March 9 – Private Members Bills.

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  1. http://rattube.com/blog1/2007/02/26/the-smoking-gun-wtc7-bbc-jumps-the-gun/


    The BBC reported that World Trade Centre Building 7 collapsed – 20 minutes before it actually happened! How is this possible unless the BBC had prior knowledge? Please watch the videos and judge for yourself. This is dynamite!!

    Comment by BBC-Busted!! — 28 Feb 2007 on 7:46 am | Link

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