» Thursday, March 22, 2007

House Questions in September

Asked for clarification, the Leader said that, for a couple of years, there had been September sittings, but the House had then gone off the idea. MPs then had voted on a motion for the continuation of September sittings, and it had been defeated overwhelmingly. He had introduced, on a temporary basis, a two-week period for MPs to table written PQs to Ministers in 2006 before the start of party conferences, which had worked well. The motion before the House next week would aim to make it a permanent feature.

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