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EDM number 109 in 1994-95, proposed by Matthew Taylor on 23/11/1994.

That this House calls on Her Majesty's Government to urge the United Kingdom's partners in the European Union to support the case of non-governmental organisations, such as Greenpeace and the RSPCA, in having observer status on the Committee on Trade and Environment of GATT/World Trade Organisation to help ensure that the protection of the environment is a priority under the new trading arrangements heralded by the signing of the GATT agreement in Marrakesh last April.

This motion has been signed by a total of 29 MPs.

Matthew Taylor23/11/1994TruroProposed
David Rendel23/11/1994NewburySigned
Nick Harvey23/11/1994North DevonSigned
Diana Maddock23/11/1994ChristchurchSigned
Paul Tyler23/11/1994North CornwallSigned
Jim Wallace23/11/1994Orkney & ShetlandSigned
Lynne Jones24/11/1994Birmingham, Selly OakSigned
Ken Livingstone24/11/1994Brent EastSigned
Liz Lynne24/11/1994RochdaleSigned
Malcolm Bruce24/11/1994GordonSigned
Menzies Campbell24/11/1994Fife North EastSigned
Don Foster24/11/1994BathSigned
Harry Barnes24/11/1994North East DerbyshireSigned
Alex Carlile25/11/1994MontgomerySigned
David Chidgey25/11/1994EastleighSigned
Ray Michie25/11/1994Argyll & ButeSigned
Barry Jones28/11/1994Alyn & DeesideSigned
Dafydd Wigley28/11/1994CaernarfonSigned
Michael Clapham29/11/1994Barnsley West & PenistoneSigned
Michael Connarty29/11/1994Falkirk EastSigned
Ian Davidson29/11/1994Glasgow, GovanSigned
Margaret Ewing29/11/1994MoraySigned
Lawrence Cunliffe01/12/1994LeighSigned
Andrew MacKinlay02/12/1994ThurrockSigned
Anne Campbell08/12/1994CambridgeSigned
Tommy Graham08/12/1994Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Mike Hall08/12/1994Warrington SouthSigned
Simon Hughes12/12/1994Southwark and BermondseySigned
Harry Cohen15/12/1994LeytonSigned

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