Martin Smyth

Cyn UUP MP ar gyfer Belfast South

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Martin Smyth is a former MP for Belfast South.

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Cyn UUP MP am Belfast South

Aeth i mewn i'r Tŷ'r Cyffredin ar 4 Mawrth 1982 — unknown

Gadawodd y Tŷ'r Cyffredin ar 11 Ebrill 2005 — heb sefyll i gael ei hailethol

Party was UUP until 22 Meh 2003; Independent Ulster Unionist until 8 Ion 2004


Swyddogaethau eraill yn y gorffennol

  • Member, Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (28 Mai 2004 to 11 Ebr 2005)

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Public bill committees (Sittings attended)

Ymddangosiadau diweddar

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Minister for Women: Work-Life Balance 7 Apr 2005

    May I first thank you, Mr. Speaker, for defending the rights of Back Benchers in minority parties? I wish to press the Minister on single women who have carried a load through life and have often been forgotten about in carrying responsibility for aged parents and others. Does she share my concern about job sharing, particularly in Departments where there does not seem to be a working...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Darfur 5 Apr 2005

    The hon. Member for Glasgow, Maryhill (Ann McKechin) referred to the lack of trust in the Sudanese Government. Although one welcomes the improvement of the situation in Darfur, albeit there is still a long way to go, what assessment has been made of the impact of the continuing conflict in Darfur on the peace deal between the south and the north?
  • Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Darfur 5 Apr 2005

    To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what assessment he has made of the impact of the continuing conflict in Darfur on the North-South Sudanese peace deal.

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