P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p) Mar 2p:01/32   ]    1/7  @ W .  . :.  :. .  . .  . RoundMup of Tuesday's .  . business in Parliament  .  Moves to stamp out  illegal puppy farms VVVVVVV   Amnesty urges action   over torture weapons      Tomorrow's business in  tPe Commons and Lords  @  —————————————————————— >>>> MPs' QUESTJON TIME 144 Headlines 101 TV 600 WeatPer 400 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p4 Mar 2p:11/50       TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS AT WESTMINSTER The Prime Minister again refused to name Election day as he came under fire erom Labour Leader Tony Blair for "stumbling on" towards May 1. Labour's Wirral South by-election winner Ben Chapman took his seat in the Commons for the first time. The Prime Minister insisted that powers likely to be@given to any future NortPern Ireland assembly were not "remotely comparable" to those proposed by Labour for a Scottish assembly. City BBC2 2p0 Sport 300 Features 500 WeatPer 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p4 Mar 2p:01/01       3/7 TUESDAY'S PROCEEDINGS AT WESTMINSTER Glasgow councillors came under a scathing Government attack, accused of taking trips abroad at the same time as asCing council taxpayers for more money The Prime Minister was applauded by Mr Blair for refusing to back an attack by Tory Nicholas Budgen (Wolverhampton SW) over Labour's plans on immigration. Kr Major said he was "certAinly not" going to lend his voice to do anything t@at would damage improvements in race relations in Britain. City BBC2 200 Sport 300 Features 500 Weat@er 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p4 Mar 2p:07/63       4/7 TUESDAY'S 0ROCEEDINGS AT WESTMINSTER Mr Blair suggested that Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell should "concentrate on dealing with the NHS crisis, ratPer tPan adding to tPe crisis in the Conservative Party". The Labour leader was referring to recent remarks made by Mr Dorrell about a single European currency. To Opposition jeers, Mr Major paid tribute to Mr Dorrell for improving the health service and tackling reforms. City BBC2 2p0 Sport 300 Features 500 Weather 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 C EFAX 2 143 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/30       / -$,.% 4/7 TU DAY'S R B ED NG AT WERTM N EP Ir Blair suggeste— t@at Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell should "concentrate on —ealing with the NHS crishs pAt@er p@AN AddilF tO t@e criqis in the Conservative Party". The Labour leader was referring to recent reEarks made by Mr Dorrell aboat a ringle uropean currency. To Opposition jeers, Mr Major paid tribute to Hr Dorrell for improving t@e health service and tackling reforms. ity BBC2 2p0 SpOrt 300 Features 50p Weat@er 4p0 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 P—estionr port@ V/$a@hO IAil HeNu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/10       5/7 WEDNESDAY'S BUSINESS AT WESTMINSTER n tPe Commons, backbench debates cover hospital provision in Ulster, asylum seekers and the M80 motorway extension. Scottish Questions are followed by a continuance order for the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary 0rovisions) Act. In the Lords, there is a debate on the state of the economy and a second reading for the Lloyds TSB Bill. There will also be a debate on serious deficiencies in the provision of medical services for servicemen. City BBC2 2p0 Sport 300 Features 500 Weather 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue 04 Mar 2p:05/30       MO ES TO S AMP OUT ILLEGAL PUPPY FARMS Iinisters @ave moved to stamp out hHHeGAL p—ppy fApIr hL BritAAN. HoEe Odfice Hinister Tom Sackville arGe— local autPorAties to bring tPe owners of unlicensed farms to court. r RAbCdiXHe rAih A@ci—culap goulH —e@ selt to@evepy councAl@hn BritAin hn a bid to encourage them to use all their powers aGainst t@e trade. And h— said that fines of up to £2,500 would be imposed on bree—ers who breac@ed re'ulations. Hea—li.es@ 0p1 INdex 0p2 Sport 30p Dront page 100 TV 600 Weat@er 400 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Me.u
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p4 Mar 20:00/10  B  , * * /* / /( / / /,* *  .  . p^ xp z^ @ @ @ .  . Round up of Tuesday's .  . business in Parliam—nt  .  Moves to stamp out @  * hHHeGAL puppy fApEr    Amnesty urges action   over torture weapons    @  ToIOrrow's businesr hn  t@e oEmons and Lopds @   —————————————————————— >>>> IPs' PUER HON TIME 144 Headlines 101 TV 600 Weat@er 400 Queqtions Sport TV/Radio Main Manu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue 0 Mar 20:00/42  L   "!j7!s1    / / -$, % TUE DAY'S BEEDINGS AT WES M NS ER @e I HiNister again rEfar—d to lAHe Election —ay as @e caHe under fire from Labour Lead—r Tony Blair for "stuHbling ol" towArds May 1 abour's@Wirral South by election winner Ben (apEan took his seat in t@e CoEmons for the first time. T@— PriEe Minister@insicteh tPat powers liCely to be given to any future Northjrn Ireland assembly were not EreUotely compapabLE" to tPose proposed —y abour for a Scottish assembly. Weat@er 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 C AX 2 143 T—e p4 Har 2p:04/0%  L     2/' TU SDAY'S 0R EDINGS AT WESTMINS EP GlAsgow councillors came under a scat@ing GoverlHent attack, accused of taBing trips abroad at t@e sAZe time as asBing council taxpAyers for more money The Prime Minister was applauded by Mr Blair for refusing to back an attack by Tory Nic@olas Badgen (Wolver@ampton SW) over Labour's plans on imHigration. Mr Major said he was "certainly not" going to lend his voice to do anyt@ing tPat wouLd dAHa'e imprOveEents in race relations in Britain. Weather 400 Travel 430 TV/Radio 600 Questions Sport TV/ adio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/26       MOVES TO STAMP OUT ILLEGAL PUPPY FARMS Ministers have moved to stamp out illegal puppy farms in Britain. Home Office minister Tom Sackville urged local authorities to bring t@e owners of unlicensed farms to court. Mr Sackville said a circular would be sent to every council in Britain in a bid to encourage them to use all their powers against the trade. And he said that fines of up to £2,500 would be imposed on breeders who breac@ed regulations. Headlines 101 Index 1p2 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu
P143 CEEFAX 2 143 Tue p4 Mar 2p:04/01       AMNESTZ URGES TORTURE WEAPON CLAMPDOWN Amnesty International is urging the Government to close legal loopholes used by British firms marketing electro -shock torture weapons sold abroad. @ritish firms can bro+er sales banned in Britain provided the weapon is made overseas and does not pass into the UK. Stun weapons, made by more tPan 50 nations, are used to pump 50,000 volts into prisoners. Amnesty International names several dirms prepared to broCer sales. Headlines 101 Index 1p2 Sport 300 Dront page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Questions Sport TV/Radio Main Menu