debating chamber


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debating chamber

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) a room where a legislative assembly holds debates
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The portrait depicts Margo, who had Parkinson's disease, inside the Parliament's debating chamber.
So it was no surprise that tickets for three shows in the more intimate surroundings of the Debating Chamber were like gold dust.
Contract award notice: Development and Supply of Light Fittings for the Debating Chamber of the Scottish Parliament.
But the debating chamber in the Assembly is the heart of the Welsh nation's democracy, it deserves to be treated with the respect and dignity that it deserves.
NATIONAL Assembly bosses refused to allow scenes for the new James Bond film Spectre to be shot in the Senedd's debating chamber.
This is the sixth year young people have been invited into the chamber and the MYPs are the only other group ever invited to hold session in the Debating Chamber of the House of Commons, and represent the views of young people from across England and Wales.
I'm glad to see the opposition will be bringing their first team to the debating chamber and leaving the reserves at home.
The signed beam will form part of the steelwork which will become the new council debating chamber.
Prior to its construction, however, pounds 100k was spent on a full size timber model of the proposed debating chamber, an extravagant waste of money.
The sex scene was filmed at the Senedd, the pounds 70 million home of the Assembly's debating chamber, in Cardiff Bay last month.
If they repeat the unruly behaviour, a red card is given and the councillor would be asked to leave the debating chamber.
MPs have returned to which debating chamber, two months after one of the wooden beams in the ceiling swung loose?