Debate on the proposed State Visit by Donald Trump

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Dear House of Commons,

Having read the transcript of the debate of 20th February, there is clearly a significant feeling that a full State Visit should not take place. I note that the debate has been adjourned.

My dictionary definition of an adjournment is that the event will be continued at some time in the future, yet other sources imply that as far as the house is concerned, the matter is completed and the visit will go ahead as originally 'planned'.

Can you advise as to when the debate will be resumed after this adjournment?

Yours faithfully,

Bernard Sinclair

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Dear Mr Sinclair,

 

Freedom of Information request F17-111

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below. You asked to
know when the Adjournment debate of 20 February 2017, regarding the
proposed state visit by Donald Trump, will be resumed.

 

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It may assist you to know that Adjournment debates in the House of Commons
are held on the motion 'that the House (or sitting) do now adjourn'. The
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each day's sitting in the House of Commons and is a way of enabling a
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