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Royal Ulster Constabulary Long Service Medal

EDM number 1021 in 2002-03, proposed by David Burnside on 07/04/2003.

That this House deplores that officers of the Police Service of Northern Ireland and its Reserve who started their service in the Royal Ulster Constabulary and its Reserve and have achieved their long service period since the operational name change of the Royal Ulster Constabulary to the Police Service of Northern Ireland in 2001 are not to be awarded the Royal Ulster Constabulary long service medal; and urges Her Majesty's Government to recognise the service, honour and bravery of those officers by ensuring that all those who joined the Royal Ulster Constabulary and its Reserve and reach their long service period are awarded the Royal Ulster Constabulary long service medal.

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

David Burnside07/04/2003South AntrimUUPProposed
Bob Spink08/04/2003Castle PointConservativeSigned
Jeffrey M Donaldson08/04/2003Lagan ValleyUUPSigned
Peter Duncan08/04/2003Galloway & Upper NithsdaleConservativeSigned
Martin Smyth09/04/2003Belfast SouthUUPSigned
David Wilshire09/04/2003SpelthorneConservativeSigned
Lady Hermon10/04/2003North DownUUPSigned
Peter Bottomley10/04/2003Worthing WestConservativeSigned
Angela Watkinson10/04/2003UpminsterConservativeSigned
Julian Lewis11/04/2003New Forest EastConservativeSigned
David Ruffley14/04/2003Bury St EdmundsConservativeSigned
Roy Beggs14/04/2003East AntrimUUPSigned
Mike Hancock14/04/2003Portsmouth SouthLiberal DemocratSigned
Ian Paisley14/04/2003North AntrimDUPSigned
Nicholas Winterton29/04/2003MacclesfieldConservativeSigned
Edward Garnier30/04/2003HarboroughConservativeSigned
Nigel Dodds06/05/2003Belfast NorthDUPSigned
Hugh Robertson08/05/2003Faversham & Mid KentConservativeSigned
Gregory Campbell13/05/2003East LondonderryDUPSigned
Nigel Jones22/05/2003CheltenhamLiberal DemocratSigned

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