UK Parliament debate on mobile phones

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Oct 18, 2007, 1:52:31 PM10/18/07
On the enofempire website I found that the UK Parliament had a Debate on
mobile phones yesterday. Here's the page from the offical website:


Health risks and *mobile phones* <>
*Mobile phones* in the UK receive and transmit radio frequency (RF)
*...* radiation used in *mobile phones* is of much lower frequency (800-
House of Commons - Science and Technology - Third Report
Terms of Reference and Membership of the Independent Expert Group on
*Mobile Phones* *...*
Rp01-111 *Mobile Phones* and *Mobile Phone* Masts
There are 35 million subscribers to *mobile phones* in the UK, *....*
Section III of this paper discusses 3G *mobile phones*, which will be
able to *...*
House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 17 Sep 2007 (pt 0020)
Maria Eagle: Information requested on arrests for summary motoring
offences of 'use of a hand-held *mobile phone* while driving' is not
collected centrally. *...*
UK Parliament - POST publications - physical sciences and IT
This POSTnote discusses how this problem is being addressed, focusing on
new ICT such as internet and *mobile phones*. It discusses the role of
the UK and *...*
House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 25 July 2007 (pt 0001)
Jim Fitzpatrick: Our communications activity to raise awareness of the
dangers of using a *mobile phone* while driving, forms part of the
Department's £16 *...*
UK Parliament - POST Publications 1998
The rising market for *mobile phones* has been accompanied by concerns
over their safety, especially that the radio frequencies used to
transmit signals may *...*
House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 18 Apr 2007 (pt 0008)
Driving Offences: *Mobile Phones*. Mrs. Riordan: To ask the Secretary of
State for the *...* As the majority of 'use of hand-held *mobile phone*
while driving' *...*
UK Parliament - Security information
*Mobile phones* must be turned off. Cameras cannot be used, except in
Westminster Hall. Personal defence equipment is not permitted. *...*
House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 11 Jun 2007 (pt 0002)
Sir Peter Soulsby: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what
steps his Department is taking to deter drivers from using *mobile
phones* when driving. *..*

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