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Review of parliamentary session 94-95

Review of parliamentary session 94-95
News report; Interview; Speech; Parliamentary debate
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9 Nov 1995
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As the Commons is prorogued today ahead of next week’s Queen’s speech, political correspondent Max Cotton looks back on a difficult session for the Conservative Party with allegations of sleaze and continuning questions over the authority of Prime Minister John Major. With Commons speeeches by Speaker Betty Boohroyd; Joe Ashton MP last year’s Queen’s speech; Major; Liberal Democrat MP Alan Beith; Labour Party leader Tony Blair. Also interviews with Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine and Tory Chairman Jeremy Hanley, defending his party’s programme speaking last year.
Michael Heseltine; Queen Elizabeth II; Joe Ashton; Betty Boothroyd; John Major; Tony Blair; Alan Beith; Jeremy Hanley; Max Cotton
Elections; Politics; Wages; Parliamentary bills; Conservative Party; Right to information; Political leadership; Political parties; Members of Parliament; Political corruption; Europe; John Major; Jonathan Aitken; Resignation (political); Peter Preston; EC; Parliamentary procedure

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