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Conduct Of The Home Secretary

EDM number 1027 in 1999-00, proposed by Edward Garnier on 25/07/2000.

That this House condemns the Home Secretary for his statement during the second reading of the Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) (No 2) Bill that the bill enjoyed 'the active endorsement of the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Bingham' (Official Report, Volume 345, No 58, column 886), when correspondence between the Noble and Learned Lord and the Home Secretary now shows that this was not the case; and calls on the Home Secretary to apologise to the Noble and Learned Lord, and to the House.

This motion has been signed by a total of 11 MPs.

Edward Garnier25/07/2000HarboroughConservativeProposed
Nick Hawkins25/07/2000Surrey HeathConservativeSigned
Oliver Heald25/07/2000North East HertfordshireConservativeSigned
Edward Leigh25/07/2000GainsboroughConservativeSigned
Nicholas Lyell25/07/2000North East BedfordshireConservativeSigned
Humfrey Malins25/07/2000WokingConservativeSigned
Kenneth Clarke25/07/2000RushcliffeConservativeSigned
Michael Howard27/07/2000Folkestone & HytheConservativeSigned
David Lidington27/07/2000AylesburyConservativeSigned
Ann Widdecombe27/07/2000Maidstone & The WealdConservativeSigned
Kevin McNamara28/07/2000Kingston upon Hull NorthLabourSigned

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