In addition to the procedures for making new legislation and for asking parliamentary questions, there are numerous other methods within the House of Commons by which Members of Parliament can raise matters of importance to their constitutents or to the life of the nation in general. The availability of these alternative procedures varies according to the way the business of the House is arranged, so Members anxious to raise issues have to be alert in recognising and making best use of these opportunities.
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