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Evan Harris

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This page shows how Evan Harris's entry in the Register of Members' Interests has changed over time, starting at the most recent and working back to the earliest we have managed to parse. Please be aware that changes in typography/styling at the source might mean something is marked as changed (ie. removed and added) when it hasn't; sorry about that, but we do our best with the source material.

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6 September 2010 - View full entry

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Provision of office rented at reduced - but still market - rate by Wellister Investments.
 

11 March 2008 - View full entry

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I was provided with the services of an intern to conduct research work and co-ordinate a project by Sense About Science, an independent charitable trust, from 29 January-30 March 2007. (Registered 30 January 2007)
 

20 November 2007 - View full entry

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • I have been provided with the services of an intern to conduct research work and co-ordinate a project by Sense About Science, an independent charitable trust. (Registered 30 January 2007)
  • I was provided with the services of an intern to conduct research work and co-ordinate a project by Sense About Science, an independent charitable trust, from 29 January-30 March 2007. (Registered 30 January 2007)

1 May 2007 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

  • 5-9 October 2004, to United States, on EU-US exchange on healthcare biotechnology and policy. I attended two conferences, giving a lecture at one (unpaid). Return flights and three nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Amgen. (Registered 21 October 2005)
  • 13-14 December 2004, to Malaysia, to attend conference of International Medical Parliamentarians, to discuss the delivery of Millennium development goals. I represented UK national parliamentarians through the All-Party Population Group. Return flight and hotel accommodation for one night paid for by the International Association of Medical Parliamentarians. (Registered 21 October 2005)
  • 30 May-3 June 2003, to Chicago, as a member of an NHS study group to visit the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference. My flights and accommodation were paid for by Aventis (a pharmaceutical company). (Registered 15 December 2005)
 

6 February 2007 - View full entry

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

 
  • I have been provided with the services of an intern to conduct research work and co-ordinate a project by Sense About Science, an independent charitable trust. (Registered 30 January 2007)

13 February 2006 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

 
  • 30 May-3 June 2003, to Chicago, as a member of an NHS study group to visit the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference. My flights and accommodation were paid for by Aventis (a pharmaceutical company). (Registered 15 December 2005)

1 November 2005 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

 
  • 5-9 October 2004, to United States, on EU-US exchange on healthcare biotechnology and policy. I attended two conferences, giving a lecture at one (unpaid). Return flights and three nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Amgen. (Registered 21 October 2005)
  • 13-14 December 2004, to Malaysia, to attend conference of International Medical Parliamentarians, to discuss the delivery of Millennium development goals. I represented UK national parliamentarians through the All-Party Population Group. Return flight and hotel accommodation for one night paid for by the International Association of Medical Parliamentarians. (Registered 21 October 2005)

31 January 2004 - View full entry

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

  • Interest free loans to constituency party from Professor Frank Harris, my father, of 4,800 total. (Registered 15 November 2002)
 

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • June 2001 and June 2002, to Switzerland and France respectively, for weekend training patient groups from Eastern Europe in mental health advocacy. Fees, air fare and two nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Cohn and Wolfe. The fees were donated to charity.(Up to 5,000)
  • Fees from BBC (1-5,000) for various appearances: Any Questions (February 2002); Question Time; Heaven and Earth Show (October 2002); Radio 5 Late Night Live (four appearances during 2001-02).
  • Two training talks on NHS issues for Healthgain Solutions. (Up to 5,000)
 

3. Clients

  • Of Cohn and Wolfe: training consultancy to Eli Lilley Ltd. for mental health patient groups (see Category 2 above.).
 

6. Overseas visits

  • June 2000, to Israel and West Bank, to visit Israeli and Palestinian politicians and officials. Airfare and five nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Liberal Democrat Friends of Israel and the Government of Israel. (Registered 15 November 2002)
  • September 2001, to Kenya, to visit HIV vaccine research centre. Airfare and three days hotel accommodation paid for by International Aids Vaccine Initiative. (Registered 15 November 2002)
 

4 December 2003 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • June 2001 and June 2002, to Switzerland and France respectively, for weekend training patient groups from Eastern Europe in mental health advocacy. Fees, air fare and two nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Cohn and Wolfe. The fees were donated to charity. (Up to 5,000) Fees from BBC (1-5,000) for various appearances: Any Questions (February 2002); Question Time; Heaven and Earth Show (October 2002); Radio 5 Late Night Live (four appearances during 2001-02).
  • June 2001 and June 2002, to Switzerland and France respectively, for weekend training patient groups from Eastern Europe in mental health advocacy. Fees, air fare and two nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Cohn and Wolfe. The fees were donated to charity.(Up to 5,000)
  • Fees from BBC (1-5,000) for various appearances: Any Questions (February 2002); Question Time; Heaven and Earth Show (October 2002); Radio 5 Late Night Live (four appearances during 2001-02).

26 November 2002 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional talks to health-related organisations - lectures, seminars, speeches. Almost invariably all such fees are paid over to charity; occasionally fees are paid to volunteer researchers as honoraria. No charge made to public sector bodies or charities.
  • June 2001 and June 2002, to Switzerland and France respectively, for weekend training patient groups from Eastern Europe in mental health advocacy. Fees, air fare and two nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Cohn and Wolfe. The fees were donated to charity. (Up to 5,000) Fees from BBC (1-5,000) for various appearances: Any Questions (February 2002); Question Time; Heaven and Earth Show (October 2002); Radio 5 Late Night Live (four appearances during 2001-02).
  • Two training talks on NHS issues for Healthgain Solutions. (Up to 5,000)

3. Clients

 
  • Of Cohn and Wolfe: training consultancy to Eli Lilley Ltd. for mental health patient groups (see Category 2 above.).

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

 
  • Interest free loans to constituency party from Professor Frank Harris, my father, of 4,800 total. (Registered 15 November 2002)

6. Overseas visits

 
  • June 2000, to Israel and West Bank, to visit Israeli and Palestinian politicians and officials. Airfare and five nights' hotel accommodation paid for by Liberal Democrat Friends of Israel and the Government of Israel. (Registered 15 November 2002)
  • September 2001, to Kenya, to visit HIV vaccine research centre. Airfare and three days hotel accommodation paid for by International Aids Vaccine Initiative. (Registered 15 November 2002)

14 May 2002 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Occasional fees for lectures from Wroxton College near Banbury.
  • Occasional talks to health-related organisations - lectures, seminars, speeches. Almost invariably all such fees are paid over to charity; occasionally fees are paid to volunteer researchers as honoraria. No charge made to public sector bodies or charities.

4. Sponsorship or financial or material support

 
  • Provision of office rented at reduced - but still market - rate by Wellister Investments.

10 November 2000 (first entry we have)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting and journalism.
  • Occasional fees for lectures from Wroxton College near Banbury.