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Culture, Media and Sport Secretary, Ben Bradshaw, answered an oral question from Robert Key on whether the proposed funding for the visitor centre at Stonehenge includes provision for partnership joint funding of Stonehenge galleries at Salisbury and Devises
Question Time is an opportunity for MPs and Members of the House of Lords to ask government ministers questions. These questions are asked at the start of business in both chambers and are known as 'oral questions'.
Each government department answers questions according to a rota called the Order of Oral Questions. The questions asked must relate to the responsibilities of the government department concerned.
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