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Parliamentary business relating to the Yorkshire and the Humber region for the week ending 15 January 2010.
In addition to oral questions, MPs and Peers can ask government ministers questions for written answer. These are often used to obtain detailed information about policies and statistics on the activities of government departments.
Early Day Motions
Early Day Motions (EDMs) are formal motions submitted for debate in the House of Commons. However, very few EDMs are actually debated. Instead, they are used for reasons such as publicising the views of individual MPs, drawing attention to specific events or campaigns, and demonstrating the extent of parliamentary support for a particular cause or point of view.
Yorkshire and the Humber Committee
The Yorkshire and the Humber Committee covers the following local government areas: Barsnley, Bradford, Calderdale, Doncaster, East Riding of Yorkshire, Kingston upon Hull, Kirklees, Leeds, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire, Rotherham, Sheffield, Wakefield, York.
The remit of the Committee is to examine regional strategies and the work of regional bodies. The Committee is currently conducting an inquiry into the work of Yorkshire Forward - the regional development agency.
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