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CITIZEN'S CHARTER

EDM (Early Day Motion) 569: tabled on 28 January 1992

Tabled in the 1991-92 session.

This motion has been signed by 39 Members. It has not yet had any amendments submitted.

As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.

Motion text

That this House warmly welcomes the continuing development of the Citizen's Charter, which by ensuring both greater efficiency and awareness of the needs of the public, will revolutionise the quality of the country's public services, congratulates the Prime Minister upon the lead he is giving to the Charter, particularly upon the new Chartermark and Charterline schemes launched on 27th January; notes the increasing interest abroad, particularly in the United States of America in this important British initiative; condemns the attitude to the Charter of the Leader of the Opposition as further evidence of his disdain for the consumer and his party's dependence upon public sector union support; recognises steps taken by health authorities, government departments, Customs and Excise, British Rail and many others who are already promoting the higher standards inherent in the Charter, and looks forward to its further extension into every field of British public services.

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.

In addition to the sponsors, the following Members have signed to support the motion.

Bellingham, Mr Henry
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
North West Norfolk
Bowis, John
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Battersea
Clark, Dr Michael
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Rochford
Couchman, James
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Gillingham
Devlin, Mr Tim
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Stockton South
Dickens, Geoffrey
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Littleborough and Saddleworth
Dunn, Mr Bob
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Dartford
Evans, David
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Welwyn Hatfield
Favell, Anthony
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Stockport
Fenner, Dame Peggy
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Medway
Gardiner, Sir George
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Reigate
Hannam, Sir John
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Exeter
Hargreaves, Kenneth
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Hyndburn
Hayes, Jerry
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Harlow
Hill, Sir James
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Southampton, Test
Hughes, Robert
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Harrow West
Hunt, Sir John
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Ravensbourne
Kilfedder, Sir James
Ulster Popular Unionist Party
Signed on 30 January 1992
North Down
Knox, Sir David
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Staffordshire Moorlands
Mackay, Mr Andrew
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
East Berkshire
Mudd, David
Conservative
Signed on 3 February 1992
Falmouth and Camborne
Neale, Sir Gerry
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
North Cornwall
Norris, Steven
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Epping Forest
Rathbone, Tim
Conservative
Signed on 30 January 1992
Lewes
Shaw, Sir Michael
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Scarborough
Taylor, Mr Ian
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Esher
Thorne, Sir Neil
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Ilford South
Townsend, Sir Cyril
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Bexleyheath
Viggers, Sir Peter
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Gosport
Walker, Sir Harold
Labour
Signed on 28 January 1992
Doncaster Central
Ward, Sir John
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Poole
Winterton, Ann
Conservative
Signed on 28 January 1992
Congleton
Winterton, Sir Nicholas
Conservative
Signed on 29 January 1992
Macclesfield

There are no withdrawn signatures for this motion.