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Scottish Questions move finalised
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Scottish Secretary Des Browne will face questions every five weeks
House of Commons authorities have decided to change the time and frequency of Scottish Questions.

The half-hour session of questions to the Scottish Secretary will now be held at 1130 on a Wednesday morning directly before Prime Minister's Questions.

The sessions will become less frequent, being held once every five weeks instead of monthly.

The first under the new system takes place on 28 November. The move is part of wider Commons' timetable changes.



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