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CONDUCT OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MEMBER FOR BIRMINGHAM, LADYWOOD

EDM (Early Day Motion) 117: tabled on 10 December 1998

Tabled in the 1998-99 session.

This motion has been signed by 26 Members. It has received 1 amendment.

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Motion text

That this House deplores the behaviour of the Right Honourable Member for Birmingham, Ladywood who said she did not bother to lobby for British companies whilst officially visiting China at the taxpayers' expense; considers such an attitude to be an insult to British industry; and deplores the Right Honourable Member's dismissal of the important role of ministers to promote those British firms who can deliver the quality and quantity of assistance from which developing countries can benefit.

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CONDUCT OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MEMBER FOR BIRMINGHAM, LADYWOOD (Amendment 1)
leave out from 'House' to end and add 'congratulates Her Majesty's Government and the International Development Secretary in particular, for scrapping the ATP which linked aid and trade and resulted in the Pergau Dame scandal and other improper links between aid and contracts; and welcomes the policies of the Department for International Development which are promoting conditions in developing countries which encourage investment and promote trade and business as part of a strategy for poverty eradication.'.
Labour, Wolverhampton South East
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EDM 117A1: tabled on 15 December 1998