[NOTE: Amendments are linked to the original EDMs which Julian amended.]
EDM 1708 – 24 July 2002
[This Motion was tabled jointly with Nigel Evans MP.]
That this House notes with deep sadness the closure, after 119 years, of Dynevor School in Swansea; and pays tribute to generations of head teachers, teachers and other staff who have contributed so much to the good education of so many people in the Swansea area, including the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, Sir Harry Secombe, Spencer Davies and Maldwyn Pope.
EDM 1707A1 – 24 July 2002
GOVERNMENT POLICY ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS Amdt. line 4:
delete 'on the grounds that' and insert 'as long as'.
EDM 1707A2 – 24 July 2002
GOVERNMENT POLICY ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS Amdt. line 6:
at end add 'and deplores the sending of any foolish and irresponsible signals to foreign dictators that they could use mass destruction weapons against British forces without fear of an appropriate response.'.
EDM 1497 – 24 June 2002
DEATH OF MR PETER LEGATE ON MT EVEREST
[This Motion was supported by 114 Members of Parliament.]
That this House salutes the courage and selflessness of mountaineer and charity fundraiser Peter Legate of Hythe, Hampshire, who lost his life on Mount Everest on 30th April in the course of a sponsored climb for a deaf children's charity and a children's hospice; and urges support for the Peter Legate Everest Charities Fund in its efforts to continue his great work, both for Children Say and for Naomi House Children's Hospice.
EDM 1185 – 23 April 2002
JEAN-MARIE LE PEN AND THE EXTREME RIGHT IN EUROPE
[This EDM was tabled jointly with George Osborne MP.]
That this House is greatly concerned at the high level of support for Jean-Marie Le Pen in the first round of the French presidential election; and calls upon all who support democracy in Europe to do everything possible to oppose the growth of neo-Fascism in their own countries.
EDM 1184A1A1 – 29 April 2002
FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION Amdt. line 2:
after 'system', insert 'following the use of proportional representation in previous French elections which put the National Front on the political map in the first place.'.
EDM 1035A1 – 20 March 2002
HM SUBMARINE THETIS AND SUBMARINE RESCUE Amdt. line 2:
after 'crew' insert 'salutes the gallantry and ingenuity of the 103 trapped crewmen in their efforts to escape; regrets the tragedy that only four were successful.'.
EDM 1035A2 – 20 March 2002
HM SUBMARINE THETIS AND SUBMARINE RESCUE Amdt. line 6:
after 'depth', insert 'and'.
EDM 1035A3 – 20 March 2002
HM SUBMARINE THETIS AND SUBMARINE RESCUE Amdt. line 7:
leave out from 'vessels' to end.
EDM 114A1 – 12 July 2001
POLAND Amdt. line 8:
at end add 'despite the efforts of heroic individual Poles who risked their own and their families' lives by sheltering Jewish friends and hiding them from the Nazi killers.'.
EDM 104A1 – 12 July 2001
at end add 'bearing in mind the belated admission in 1992 by then President Yeltsin that for 20 years Russia had deliberately been violating the 1972 Convention banning the retention of offensive stockpiles of biological weapons.'.