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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Maiden Parliamentary Speech

yeah Jacob Rees-Mogg Mr. Deputy Speaker thank you very much it’s a great pleasure to follow on in this debate from my honourable friend from where West Suffolk who made a fantastic maiden speech and we all now know to be very careful where we blow our nose in his constituency it’s a great honor […]

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Dissolution of the 51st Parliament
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Dissolution of the 51st Parliament

♫ TRUMPET FANFARE ♫ Today we’ll be playing a fanfare to announce the closure of Parliament. It’s a succession of fast, brass notes. So this brings to an end the 51st Parliament of New Zealand I, Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy, Governor General of New Zealand, pursuant to Section 18 of the Constitution Act 1986, […]

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Spotlight on Parliament: Ngā pire, ngā pire, ngā pire
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Spotlight on Parliament: Ngā pire, ngā pire, ngā pire

Hi there! Welcome to Parliament and to ‘Spotlight on Parliament’ – my name’s Jay. Members of Parliament consider bills, petitions, reports – all sorts of things. Today, we’re shining a spotlight on the people who have to organise and supply all these papers. We’re looking at the Bills Office We’re here with Paula. Paula is […]

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Ministerial Statement: Performance in Scottish education – 10 December 2019

The Deputy Presiding Officer (Christine Grahame): The next item of business is a statement by the Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney, on performance in Scottish education—the programme for international student assessment 2018 results and achievement of curriculum for excellence levels 2018-19 statistics. The Deputy First Minister and Cabinet […]

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