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The Parliamentary Metadata Language (PML) schema. XML Schema (PML). Controlled Vocabularies. Referred to as: Lieut. Col. James Craig Capt. Craig Col. Craig Sir James Craig Viscount Craigavon. UK Parliament 1906-21 MP for Down East 1906-18 MP for Down Mid 1918-21.

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XML Schema (PML)

Controlled Vocabularies

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Referred to as:

  • Lieut. Col. James Craig
  • Capt. Craig
  • Col. Craig
  • Sir James Craig
  • Viscount Craigavon

UK Parliament 1906-21

  • MP for Down East 1906-18
  • MP for Down Mid 1918-21

Prime Minister of Northern

Ireland from 1921-40

Treasurer of the Royal Household 1916 - 1918

Parliamentary Secretary 1919 - 1920

Parliamentary Secretary 1920 - 1921

1163 contributions to debates?

1441 contributions to debates

For example...

Sir James Craig

Stormont Parliament 1921-40

  • MP for County Down 1921-29
  • MP for North Down 1929-1940
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Controlled vocabularies

<mads>

<authority>

<topic

valueURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/proceedingsoutcometype/primarylegislation/actofparliament/publicgeneralact" >Public General Act</topic>

</authority>

<related type="broader">

<topic>Primary legislation</topic>

</related>

<related type="broader">

<topic>Act of Parliament</topic>

</related>

<note type="effectiveDraft">Effective</note>

<note type="jurisdiction">UK</note>

<note type="issuingAuthority">UK Parliament</note>

</mads>

MADS=Metadata Authority Description Schema

http://liparm.ac.uk/id/proceedingsoutcometype/primarylegislation/actofparliament/publicgeneralact

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Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs)

http://liparm.ac.uk/id/proceedingsoutcometype/primarylegislation/actofparliament/publicgeneralact

URIs will be specified for every item in controlled vocabularies, including:-

  • Persons
  • Administrative units (eg. House of Commons)
  • Types of administrative unit (eg. 'chamber', 'committee')
  • Roles/functions (eg. 'Prime Minister')
  • Categories or groupings of roles/functions (eg. 'The Cabinet', 'Government', 'Opposition')
  • Components of the Parliamentary calender (eg. Parliament 1979-1983, Sitting of 15 Jan 1980)
  • Types of these components (eg. 'parliament', 'sitting')
  • Outcomes of proceedings (eg. Acts, Bills etc)
  • Proceedings themselves (eg. speeches, readings of Bills etc)
  • Types of proceedings and proceedings outcomes (eg. 'second reading', 'act', 'preamble')
  • Votes (ie. divisions)
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The PRIME MINISTER: Certainly, and that control, I think, is exercised very judiciously. But, after all, we cannot take from these duly elected boards a duty which has been carried out?

1st reading

2nd reading

Committee

3rd reading

Royal Assent

Sitting 10 April 1918

MILITARY SERVICE BILL

Parliament 1918-22

Divisions

Military Service Act 1918

Colonel Sir JAMES CRAIG I listened with the greatest possible regret to the speech of the hon. Member for Mayo (Mr. Dillon) both yesterday and to-day and I did so because I hoped that when the mantle of the leadership of the Nationalist party fell upon him it would be possible for him to take rather a different view than he had done in the past with regard to Ireland's share in the War.

http://liparm.ac.uk/id/person/person/craigavonjamescraigviscount1871-1940

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The PML (Parliamentary Metadata Language) file

Units

<unit               

                ID="s-s001-v0001-constituencies-0040"

                regURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/unit/constituency/londonderry1920-1929"

                type="constituencies"                                                       

                typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/unittype/constituency">

                <label>Londonderry</label>

</unit>

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<unit  ID="s-s001-v0001-constituencies-0053"                                                         

         regURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/unit/constituency/queensuniversity1920-1969"     

         type="constituencies"                                                       

         typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/unittype/constituency">

         <label>Queen's University</label>

         <contributions>

                <contribution

                contributorID="s-s001-v0001-persons-0036"

                type="constituency mp"                    

                typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/id/contributions/constituencymp"/>

               startDate="1921-03-12"

               endDate="1924-04-17"/>

         </contributions>

</unit>

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Start date

End date

Type of object eg speech

Category eg legislative

Stage eg second reading

Act, Bill etc

Proceedings Outcomes

Persons

Calendar Objects

Contributions

Some sample linkages - proceedings

Complaints of privilege

Motion to introduce bill

Prayers

Preamble

Debate on subordinate legislation

Report from Committee

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<proceedingsObject type="act"

category="legislative"

calendarObjectID="hh-1980015-chronology0001.1.1"

typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/proceedings-types/act"

categoryURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/proceedings-categories/legislative" regURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/proceedings0bjects/0000018283"

startDate="1980-01-15"

endDate="1980-01-15"

ID="hh-1980015-proceedings0002"

proceedingsGroupID="hh-1980015-proceedingsGroups.001"

stage="second reading"

stageURI=”http://liparm.ac.uk/stages/secondReading">

<label>EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES ACT (AMENDMENT) ACT</label>

<contributions>

<contribution ID="hh-1980015-proceedings0002.contrib.00002"

type="speech"

typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/contributions/speech"

contributorID="hh-1980015-person0002">

<label>Speech</label>

</contribution>

</contributions>

</proceedingsObject>

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<voteEvent ID="hh-1980015-vote0001"

startDate="1982-01-15"

endDate="1982-01-15"

startTime="14:00:00"

endTime="14:30:00"

regURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/votes/1980011501"

proceedingsObjectID="hh-1980015-proceedings0002"

chronologyID="hh-1980015-chronology0001.1.1"

type="division"

typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/voteEvents/division">

<identifier type="division number" typeURI=" http://liparm.ac.uk/localIdentifiers/divisionNumber">128</identifier>

<options>

<option type="yes"

regURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/votingOptions/yes"

sponsorIDS="hh-1980015-groupings.1"

sponsorType="three-line whip"

sponsorTypeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/votesupporttypes/threelinewhip">

<label>Ayes</label>

<vote voterID="hh-1980015-person0001">Thatcher, Margaret</vote>

<vote voterID="hh-1980015-person0002">Alexander, Richard</vote>

</option>

<contributions>

<contribution ID="hh-1980015-voteevent.001.contrib.00001"

type="teller for ayes" typeURI="http://liparm.ac.uk/contributions/teller-aye"

contributorID="hh-1980015-person0002"/>

</contributions>

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The PRIME MINISTER: Certainly, and that control, I think, is exercised very judiciously. But, after all, we cannot take from these duly elected boards a duty which has been carried out?

1st reading

2nd reading

Committee

3rd reading

Royal Assent

Sitting 10 April 1918

MILITARY SERVICE BILL

Parliament 1918-22

Divisions

Military Service Act 1918

Links between records

Colonel Sir JAMES CRAIG I listened with the greatest possible regret to the speech of the hon. Member for Mayo (Mr. Dillon) both yesterday and to-day and I did so because I hoped that when the mantle of the leadership of the Nationalist party fell upon him it would be possible for him to take rather a different view than he had done in the past with regard to Ireland's share in the War.

Westminster Hansard

http://liparm.ac.uk/id/person/person/craigavonjamescraigviscount1871-1940

Stormont Hansard

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Any questions/thoughts?

richard.gartner@kcl.ac.uk