public gallery

public gallery

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the gallery in a chamber of Parliament reserved for members of the public who wish to listen to the proceedings. Also called: strangers' gallery
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First Minister's Questions is regarded as a highlight of the weekly business at Holyrood and the public gallery is often full for the occasion.
People were urged to attend the rally, and to then fill the Assembly's public gallery once proceedings were underway.
One of Boris Johnson's former close aides is in hot water for abusing two women in the public gallery as "old hags" at a council meeting.
COMFORTED Jo's parents Teresa, 58, and David, 64, sat listening intently just 15-feet away in the front row of the packed public gallery.
Sat gravely, but proudly, in the public gallery, the emotion-filled faces of the Hillsborough families in the chamber spoke volumes.
There were angry scenes in the public gallery and the judge made a swift exit to a secure area.
Vanessa George, 39, who worked at the Little Ted's nursery in the city for three years, appeared before a packed public gallery at Plymouth Magistrates Court.
Insolvency experts from Baker Tilly, in Birmingham, have been made joint administrators of The Public Gallery Ltd, which was set up to create an interactive attraction at West Bromwich's The Public arts centre.
Sandwell Council currently owns and runs the building with the exhibition space leased to The Public Gallery Limited.
Home base for Architecture Week is the Center for Architecture, the public gallery of the AIA New York Chapter and Center for Architecture Foundation.
A NEW glass panel has been erected in the Seanad to separate Senators from observers in the public gallery.
His five sisters, other relatives and fiancee Bridgeen Hagans watched from a packed public gallery at Belfast Magistrates' Court as Terry Davison was brought into the dock.

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