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The work of the Science and Technology Committee in the 1997-2001 Parliament
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Science and Technology Committee.
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The Parliament was the first Parliament since where the party in Government has not lost a seat at a by-election. The Conservative win in Uxbridge was their first at a by-election since February M16 - By-election results: (PDF KB). The Work of the Committee in the – Parliament 1 Contents Report Page Summary 5 1 Introduction 9 2 The context of our work 12 The setting-up of the JCHR 12 The Committee at the end of the – Parliament 16 Committee staffing and resources 17 Relations with others 18 Parliament and its committees 18 The Government 19 The courts File Size: KB.
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