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Seminar at the House of Commons March 15, 2006

Posted by bill111 in Politics.

There is a seminar tomorrow (Thursday 16th) at the House of Commons, organised by the Hansard Society. The seminar will take place from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. To register you just need to email Hansard. They also have a briefing paper on their site about the seminar.

More info is available from the Hansard Society website.

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1. James Smith - March 15, 2006

Is anyone from our merry band going to this? I have to be at work unfortunately, and not even in London, but it would be interesting to get an idea of what happened.

2. Murky.org - March 15, 2006

Meeting: Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill

If you’re in London tomorrow lunchtime, you might consider attending this meeting: As part of our ongoing work into the legislative process, the Hansard Society has organised a seminar on: The Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill: Constitutional Out…

3. bill111 - March 16, 2006

Unfortunately, I am working myself, otherwise I would be the first one in line! If anyone goes please do let us all know what happened.

4. Chris Lightfoot - March 16, 2006

So, I went to this; the precis is that it was interesting but uninformative. David Howarth and Ken Clarke said roughly what you’d expect them to say; Jim Murphy repeated the same three things he’s been saying throughout, and the chap from the Federation of Small Businesses said, roughly, that the constitutional issues were outside his remit, but that he hoped that the politicians would scrutinise them properly, and that he was sceptical that the Bill would achieve any deregulation. Jim Murphy, by the way, isn’t very impressive in the flesh.

5. genghis - April 3, 2006

Sent off my protest letter to my own M.P. late in february, but judging from the lack of response in both newsprint and t.v., it’s like watching the fireworks display when Hong Kong was grabbed back by the reds; i.e. no one is listening!

With a dynamite piece of Legislation such as this piece of garbage truly is, one would expect thunder and lightning; all we get is the same old stories about Tone not resigning until he’s at least eighty!!

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