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WHAT HAPPENED ON 22nd January 2001?

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21st January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

PARTY TAX BATTLE REACHES DISNEY HEIGHTS

The Conservative Party's plans for an #8bn tax cut are "an insult to Mickey Mouse" Tony Blair's office has said. An official said they had a "back of the envelope feel to them" & described them as a "joke". But shadow chancellor Michael Portillo insisted the Tories could still reach spending targets on health transport defence & the police. He promised to match Labour's pledges in all these areas.

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21st January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

SENIOR TORY CALLS FOR CURB ON ABORTION

Shadow health secretary Dr Liam Fox has called for a "huge restriction if not abolition" of abortion it is reported. The senior Conservative is thought to have urged a shortening of the 24-week limit on terminations. He asks Tories to pray for change in the Conservative Christian Fellowship prayerbook The Independent reports. Dr Fox reportedly said they should ask God for "a huge restriction of our pro-abortion laws".

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21st January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

Culture Media & Sport Secretary Chris Smith faces MPs' questions. Health Secretary Alan Milburn opens a second reading debate on the Tobacco Advertising & Promotion Bill. Peers begin detailed debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice & Assistance) Bill (Lords). They then consider the Human Fertilisation & Embryology (Research Purposes) Regulations 2000.

22nd January 2001

FEARS RAISED OVER EC PLANS FOR FOOTBALL

Up to 10 football league clubs in Scotland could go bankrupt within five years if the present transfer system is abolished a Scottish MP has warned. Labour MP for Eastwood Jim Murphy is to use a special debate at Westminster to outline the dangers of European plans. The European Commission wants football players to have the same rights as other workers including being able to end a contract by giving notice. Mr Murphy fears clubs would lose out on transfer fees & end youth schemes.

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