Westminster Hall debate on UK energy policy

18 March 2009

Blaydon MP, David Anderson, leads Westminster Hall adjournment debate on UK energy policy and the role of coal.

There are several different types of adjournment debate. Some allow the Commons to hold a general open-ended debate on a subject or a government policy without reaching a formal decision about it. Others provide an opportunity for backbench MPs to raise constituency issues or other matters relating to government administration or policy - and to obtain a response from a government minister.

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