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Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (28 January 2015)

Lord Bates: ...is the important issue of keeping the universities within the broader statutory provision to be, as it were, misunderstood or challenged on relatively small procedural matters which could cause alarm and are many miles away from where the principal focus of our efforts should be.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Meal Delivery Service: Public Consultation (26 January 2015)

Jim Wells: ...the process to be tested calmly and rationally by those who have specific expertise, particularly in the areas of malnutrition and the care of older people. I want that to be done in a way that minimises the alarm caused to the service users.

Specialist Printing Equipment and Materials (Offences) Bill: Second Reading (23 January 2015)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...route is open to criminals. I join the noble Baroness in paying tribute to the Metropolitan Police for the work that it is doing in this regard. The fact that it has clear information about more than 90,000 false identities should alarm us all, and illustrates the importance of the Bill in order to ensure that the police have the legal powers they need. I seek clarification on one other...

Timber Framed Houses (22 January 2015)

Stephen Williams: ...in the home. The campaign’s primary focus is promoting the installation of smoke alarms, as a person is at least four times more likely to die in a fire in the home if they do not have a working smoke alarm. The latest English housing survey, published last July, reported that the proportion of households with a working smoke alarm is 88%, up from 76% 12 years before. In 2011, Fire...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Stalking (22 January 2015)

Robert Buckland: ... Protection from Harassment Act 1997 { 4(1) and (4) } Harassment involving fear of violence. 1,632 1,398 1,489 859 Protection from Harassment Act 1997 { 2A(1) and (4) } Stalking with fear / alarm / distress. 0 72 529 319 Protection from Harassment Act 1997 { 4A(1)(a)(b)(i) and (5) } Stalking involving fear of violence. 0 9 65 59 Protection from Harassment Act 1997 {...

Opposition Day — [13th Allotted Day]: Trident Renewal (20 January 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Madeleine Moon: ...deterrent. That is fine; at least we know where we stand. The public also know where the Liberal Democrats stand: they want to buy nuclear submarines but park them somewhere. It is like saying, “We’ll have a burglar alarm on our house but we’ll never turn it on, because we don’t believe there are any burglars out there.” The party political thing has gone too...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Crime Bill [Lords]: New Clause 9 - Controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship (20 January 2015) See 4 other results from this clause

Robert Buckland: .... Criminal behaviour orders were introduced by the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and can be issued by any criminal court against an offender who is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to another person. They can include not only prohibitory requirements, but positive ones to get the offender to start to address the underlying causes of their behaviour. If...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Child Protection: Country Park Staff (20 January 2015)

Mark Durkan: I thank the Member for that supplementary question. As Minister, the situation to which he refers caused me great alarm, as, I am sure, it caused alarm amongst parents across the land, and it is something that we can and will learn lessons from.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Councils: Transfer of Functions Costs (20 January 2015)

Mark Durkan: ...were particularly concerned about. I know that the Off-street Parking (Functions of District Councils) Bill is working its way through the House, and that has, rightly or wrongly, started some alarm bells ringing across council areas, in some more than others. I have done my utmost, as have my officials, to assure the councils that they are getting a fair deal. It is only natural that...

Recall of MPs Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (19 January 2015)

Lord Hughes of Woodside: ...so he could take his wife out to dinner and I agreed. I was in the Library reading—a euphemism for having a snooze—and the Division Bell went off in the Library. My wife says that even now after I have been out of the Commons for 17 years, when the alarm clock goes off in the morning, I throw the blankets off, shout, “Division!” and start running down the stairs. I...

[Sir David Amess in the Chair] — Backbench Business — NHS Specialised Services (15 January 2015)

Kelvin Hopkins: ...in every area. There should be national centres for such things. That is my case, although I could speak at much greater length. I want to finish on the question of funding for the health service. There has been a lot of press comment and alarm about the state of the health service, and quite rightly so. I do not speak for my Front-Bench team—I only wish I did, and from time to time...

Business of the House (15 January 2015)

William Hague: ..., that the Government are determined to ensure that the Infrastructure Bill is passed into law before our Session comes to an end in just over two months’ time, so I do not think there should be alarm in the industry about that. On the time for the debate, I made my point earlier and I do not want to add anything further to that at the moment.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Wrecks: Scotland (15 January 2015)

John Hayes: ...did not transmit any form of distress signal. Key areas of investigation include: why the vessel foundered so rapidly; why none of the crew seem to have survived; and why it took so long for the alarm to be raised. To help answer some of these questions, the MAIB will be conducting a Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (ROV) survey of the wreck when weather conditions allow. Decisions...

Opposition Day — [12th Allotted Day]: Steel Industry (14 January 2015)

Nicholas Dakin: ...today. The UK’s demand for steel is currently at 74% of the 2007 level, and that should cause the Government real concern. Worse still, much of the demand is met by an increase in foreign imports. Alarm bells should be ringing in Government ears and action should be taken. Since the global crash of 2008, the Scunthorpe works has experienced many challenges. Work force and management...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Crime Bill [Lords]: Clause 40 - Unauthorised acts causing, or creating risk of, serious damage (13 January 2015) See 2 other results from this clause

Karen Bradley: ...in clause 40 and the definitions in the Computer Misuse Act 1990, particularly in section 17, which provides for the interpretation of that Act which also applies to clause 40. Amendment 36 would extend the definition of serious damage to human welfare by adding harassment, alarm or distress that has a “substantial impact on the victim’s day-to-day activities.” It is...

Bill Presented — Corporation Tax (Northern Ireland) Bill: Backbench Business — Higher Education Funding (8 January 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

David Lammy: ...’s books, this is an extraordinary outlier in relation to that clear view that we have to have a sustainable economy? The fact the RAB is moving beyond 50%, as he is indicating, should cause real alarm.

Serious Crime Bill [Lords] (5 January 2015)

William Cash: .... We are focusing on the prevention as well as the commission of the offence. Many front-line workers have been reluctant to take safeguarding action or initiate alerts for fear of being accused of targeting minority communities or raising an alarm when some of the acts preparatory to the commission of the offence have not been completed, but there are indications that the putative victim...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Libya (18 December 2014)

Mark Francois: ...and one count of theft of a pedal cycle. Two counts of sexual assault, one count of theft of a pedal cycle and one count of using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour to cause harassment/alarm/distress against a police officer. One count of rape. One count of rape. All other trainees at Bassingbourn have been returned to Libya. A team has been set up to produce for the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Abortion (17 December 2014)

Lord Bates: ...outside clinics. Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986, makes it an offence to display threatening, or abusive words or images that, within the sight of someone, is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 allows the police to place conditions on the location, duration or numbers attending a public assembly. This can be applied where the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Abortion (16 December 2014)

Michael Penning: ...outside clinics. Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986, makes it an offence to display threatening, or abusive words or images that, within the sight of someone, is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 allows the police to place conditions on the location, duration or numbers attending a public assembly. This can be applied where the...

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