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EDM number 1704 in 2002-03, proposed by Gregory Campbell on 17/09/2003.

That this House recognises the centenary in September 2003 of the election of William Ferguson Massey as leader of the Reform Party in New Zealand; and acknowledges the fact that Massey was born in Limavady, Northern Ireland and after his emigration to his new homeland, made an outstanding contribution to life in New Zealand and across the free world at the time of the Great War as a political leader and as Prime Minister between 1912 and 1925.

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

Gregory Campbell17/09/2003East LondonderryDUPProposed
Nigel Dodds17/09/2003Belfast NorthDUPSeconded
Peter Robinson17/09/2003Belfast EastDUPSeconded
Bob Spink18/09/2003Castle PointConservativeSigned
Peter Duncan18/09/2003Galloway & Upper NithsdaleConservativeSigned
Ann Winterton18/09/2003CongletonConservativeSigned
Andrew Rosindell14/10/2003RomfordConservativeSigned
Martin Smyth15/10/2003Belfast SouthIndependent Ulster UnionistSigned
Nicholas Winterton15/10/2003MacclesfieldConservativeSigned
Jeffrey M Donaldson16/10/2003Lagan ValleyIndependent Ulster UnionistSigned
Iris Robinson21/10/2003StrangfordDUPSigned

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