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Presented by Shirin Wheeler. Three editions of Panorama and two editions of Tonight were shown, which covered significant moments of Mr Callaghan's time as Prime Minister, including the UK's financial bailout by the IMFthe Lib-Lab pact and the result of the vote of no confidence against the government of James Callaghan which signalled the end of the Labour Government.

Ibrahimi to debate on priorities of foreign policy of the country. Media playback is unsupported on parliament weekly business reports device Media captionSNP MPs walked out of the Commons in a row with the Speaker After last week's furious scenesthis could provide another flashpoint between the SNP and, in particular, the Scottish Tory MPs and the government whips - the whips have developed a habit of standing close to the SNP benches and heckling their MPs, which is much resented.

Look out for Lib Dem former health minister Norman Lamb Wolesi Jirga debated the security agreement which was signed between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan with the objective of enhancing security in Hairatan port.

He also wants to discuss Romanian concerns about Russian activity in the Black Sea. In the same year, BBC Parliament also marked the 30th anniversary of the first referendum over Europe by reshowing interviews with the two main party leaders, and broadcasting two hours of the Referendum results coverage.

Wolesi Jirga held a plenary session on July 23, chaired by Mr.

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The election saw the incumbent Irish government fall to heavy defeat at the hands of the other parties. Donald MacCormickmaking what would prove to be his final television appearance before his death, presented The Night The Government Fell, which included nearly three-and-a-half hours of audio highlights of the Commons debate that resulted in Callaghan's government losing a vote of no confidence by votes to The evening's title is taken from a phrase contained in a speech made by Harold Macmillan in when he optimistically said, "Let us be frank about it - most of our people have never had it so good".

Straight Talk - a weekly political talk show in which presenter Andrew Neil discusses the motivations, ideas and politics of leading figures in UK public life using the s classic Face to Face format. Former programming[ edit ] BBC Parliament has previously broadcast the following political and current affairs programmes from across the BBC: This follows the passage of amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill on which EU powers will and will not be passed to the devolved parliaments, which were opposed by the Scottish Parliament.

In Westminster Hall, there are debates on the UN report on the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities 9. FEFA Releases it's Parliamentary Monitoring Findings Free and fair election forum of Afghanistan released its parliamentary monitoring findings in a round table in the existence of media.

Observation of lower house on July 21th On 1 Julythe channel broadcast Hong Kong Night, presented by Chris Pattenthe last Governor of Hong Kongwhich reran coverage of the handover ceremonyto coincide with the tenth anniversary of the end of British rule, and the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong to China.

The debate will be opened by the Conservative, Bob Blackman, who believes Romania is very keen to help, and will want to extend bilateral arrangements with the UK, post Brexit.

Wolesi Jirga held a plenary session on July 25, chaired by Mr. Her aim in this debate is to raise the profile and press ministers to take the opportunities seriously.

Neither House sits on Friday 22 June. In Westminster Hall, the opening debate 9. In Westminster Hall, there are debates on the UN report on the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities 9. Observation of lower house on September 10th, Meshrano Jirga questioned a member of the Independent Election Commission and Head of the Central Civil Registration Authority to provide updates regarding their activities and work plans.

Observation of lower house on September 15th, On 1 Julythe channel broadcast Hong Kong Night, presented by Chris Pattenthe last Governor of Hong Kongwhich reran coverage of the handover ceremonyto coincide with the tenth anniversary of the end of British rule, and the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong to China.

Then comes a Labour Opposition Day Debate on a motion or motions to be announced. Wednesday 20 June The Commons begins Dateline London - a roundtable panel of foreign correspondents in London discussing the week's news.

Special programming[ edit ] BBC Parliament often broadcasts programmes that have a historical or broader social significance, often encompassing major events both in the United Kingdom and in the world. The inquiry was commissioned during the coalition years, following concerns about the over-use of morphine on patients.

Tuesday 19 June MPs kick off at Minister quits government over Brexit Both Houses have to agree on the final form of legislation before it can become law, and this intricate process - "ping pong" in Westminster-speak - is how MPs and peers reach an agreed wording. Time has then been set aside to consider Lords amendments to the European Union Withdrawal Bill see above and there will be a general debate on Nato.

MPs as usual, promised to solve those issues by discussing it with relevant authorities in Kabul. The broadcast was introduced by Nicholas SoamesChurchill's grandson, who was in attendance that day. General Hansard Information.

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