MP, Chipping Barnet
MP, Chipping Barnet
Theresa Villiers occasionally rebelled against their party in this parliament
Lady Justice Hallett did not publish the names of OTRs in her report, with the exception of John Downey. She was clear that her decision not to do so was not “a result of any ‘whitewash’” but rather, “as a matter of law” She “was not entitled to do so”. Indeed, she has been “scrupulously careful not to reveal details of offences in which...
Lady Justice Hallett concluded that she should not publish the names of OTRs (with the exception of John Downey) because she had been provided with this information on a confidential basis. I do not propose to release the names of those whose cases were considered under the OTR administrative scheme. This is partly because of legal issues around data protection, etc, but also because...
Earlier in the year I met with the Government Shipping and Ports Minister to discuss how best to support work on maximising the potential of Belfast Port. I recently visited the Port and discussed this work with the Northern Ireland Executive Minister for Regional Development and the Chairman of the Belfast Harbour Commissioners. As set out in Building a Prosperous and United Community: One...
Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet
Entered House of Commons on 5 May 2005 — General election
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