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Decisions of the Petitions Committee Tuesday 4 September 2018

4 September 2018

This week the Committee's decisions included scheduling a debate on rescinding Article 50  if Vote Leave broke electoral law.

The Committee considered all e-petitions which had reached over 100,000 signatures, and those over 10,000 signatures which had received a government response, by Friday 31 August. 

Petitions which met these criteria after this date will be considered at the Committee's next meeting on Tuesday 11 September.

 

Petition debates

The Committee decided to schedule a debate in Westminster Hall on the motion “That this House has considered e-petition 223729 relating to rescinding Article 50 if the Vote Leave campaign broke electoral laws” on Monday 10 September at 4.30pm. 

Daniel Zeichner MP, a member of the Committee, will open the debate.

 

Petitions with over 10,000 signatures which have received a government response

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee noted the Government's response.

The Committee decided to write to the Government to ask for a more direct response to the petitioner's request.

The Committee decided to write to the Government to ask for a more direct response to the petitioner's request.  

 

Public (paper) petitions with government responses

The following public (paper) petitions received a written response from the Government and were noted by the Committee.

 

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