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Opposing MPs also said that the continuous postponements were due to demands from various interest groups and their colleagues' willingness to accommodate them.
The figures also show 8,677 procedures were recorded as hospital clinical postponements - the patient was unwell or the procedure was no longer necessary.
Postponements, where applicable, were only granted for the period between 2015 and 2020 and not beyond.
Elsewhere Cardiff & Vale had 9,069 non-clinical postponements, Aneurin Bevan 5,323, Cwm Taf 4,627, Betsi Cadwaladr 3,117, Hywel Dda 2,833 and Powys 164.
The postponements include individual estimated tax payments, third and fourth quarter payroll and excise taxes, and returns for tax-exempt organizations.
Just Because you Have a Roof, Doesn't Mean You Don't Have Weather Postponements
BLYTH Spartans chairman Tony Platten believes the Croft Park club is in a better position than many of their rivals to cope with the postponement of games due to the big freeze.
Having looked at the weather forecast and with pitch protection systems in place at the other grounds, further postponements are not anticipated.
Summary: Portsmouth's Premier League match against Birmingham has become the highest-profile casualty on a day of weather-enforced postponements.
GAA chiefs are reluctant to grant postponements on the basis of illness to players but has accepted the request of the Down county board.
NASA put off Saturday's launch due to lightening after hydrogen gas leaks forced two postponements in June.
Issei Nishikawa told Toshio Okazaki, president of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, ''The repeated postponements may affect the trust of the Japanese and prefectural people for Monju.