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Availability Of Hansard On The Internet

EDM number 1509 in 1994-95, proposed by Nigel Jones on 25/10/1995.

That this House notes that proceedings of the US Senate and the Australian Parliament are available free of charge on the Internet; further notes that a daily copy of Hansard costs ú7.50; believes that the record of parliamentary proceedings is an important area of information which should be available to the people of Britain; supports the Freedom of Information Association in its view that Hansard should be more widely available; and urges the Government to make Hansard available on the Internet free of charge at the earliest opportunity.

This motion has been signed by a total of 20 MPs.

Nigel Jones25/10/1995CheltenhamProposed
Charles Kennedy25/10/1995Ross and Cromarty and SkyeSigned
Archy Kirkwood25/10/1995Roxburgh & BerwickshireSigned
Don Foster25/10/1995BathSigned
Paul Flynn26/10/1995Newport WestSigned
Michael Connarty26/10/1995Falkirk EastSigned
Menzies Campbell26/10/1995Fife North EastSigned
Lynne Jones26/10/1995Birmingham, Selly OakSigned
Bridget Prentice26/10/1995Lewisham EastSigned
Jim Wallace27/10/1995Orkney & ShetlandSigned
Lawrence Cunliffe30/10/1995LeighSigned
Elfyn Llwyd31/10/1995Meirionnydd Nant ConwySigned
Clive Soley01/11/1995HammersmithSigned
Richard Burden01/11/1995Birmingham, NorthfieldSigned
Ieuan Wyn Jones02/11/1995Ynys MSigned
Ken Livingstone02/11/1995Brent EastSigned
Dafydd Wigley03/11/1995CaernarfonSigned
Russell Johnston06/11/1995Inverness, Nairn and LochaberSigned
Simon Hughes07/11/1995Southwark and BermondseySigned
Malcolm Bruce07/11/1995GordonSigned

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