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Discrimination Against Sport

EDM number 112 in 1991-92, proposed by Stuart Randall on 07/11/1991.

That this House approves the increase in the estimates of the Arts budget from ú194 million to ú221 million but much regrets that the increase in the Sports budget from ú46.6 million to ú48.7 million does not keep up with the rate of inflation; and declares that sport and recreation is a leisure pursuit enjoyed by millions of people and should not be discriminated against in this manner.

This motion has been signed by a total of 31 MPs.

Stuart Randall07/11/1991Kingston upon Hull WestProposed
Martin Redmond07/11/1991Don ValleySigned
Joan Ruddock07/11/1991Lewisham, DeptfordSigned
Michael Martin07/11/1991Glasgow, SpringburnSigned
Tom Cox07/11/1991TootingSigned
Patrick Duffy07/11/1991Sheffield, AttercliffeSigned
Tony Banks07/11/1991Newham North WestSigned
Joan Walley07/11/1991Stoke-on-Trent NorthSigned
Harry Barnes08/11/1991North East DerbyshireSigned
Alan Williams08/11/1991Swansea WestSigned
Jimmy Dunnachie11/11/1991Glasgow, PollokSigned
William McKelvey12/11/1991Kilmarnock & LoudounSigned
Dennis Turner12/11/1991Wolverhampton South EastSigned
John Battle12/11/1991Leeds WestSigned
Terry Davis12/11/1991Birmingham, Hodge HillSigned
Alun Michael12/11/1991Cardiff South & PenarthSigned
Alan Meale12/11/1991MansfieldSigned
Ian McCartney12/11/1991MakerfieldSigned
John McAllion12/11/1991Dundee EastSigned
David Lambie12/11/1991Cunninghame SouthSigned
Ernie Ross12/11/1991Dundee WestSigned
Peter Hardy13/11/1991WentworthSigned
Eric Illsley13/11/1991Barnsley CentralSigned
Menzies Campbell13/11/1991Fife North EastSigned
Huw Edwards13/11/1991MonmouthSigned
Jack Thompson13/11/1991WansbeckSigned
Win Griffiths14/11/1991BridgendSigned
Gerry Steinberg14/11/1991Durham, City ofSigned
Martyn Jones20/11/1991Clwyd South WestSigned
Michael Welsh21/11/1991Doncaster NorthSigned
Peter Pike22/11/1991BurnleySigned

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