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Health and Social Care Bill: Report (6th Day) (8 March 2012)

Lord Harris of Haringey: ...prescriptive" and that it would be up to each LINk to set itself up in the way it wanted. In June 2007, he quoted a telling Greek legend. Indeed, he may remember using this example: "I think it was Proteus who was able to assume any shape or form that he liked. The reason why he did this was in order to avoid foretelling the future. For us debating this part of the Bill, it is almost...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Waste and Resources Action Programme (9 October 2008)

Hilary Benn: ...over this period who are currently on the roster are 3 Monkeys, Ptarmigan, Tri-Media Harrison Cowley, Camargue, Bray Leino PR, and Fishburn Hedges. Firms no longer on the roster are Pelican PR, Lawton PR, Grayling, Proteus PR, Consolidated PR, and Kinross and Render. During this period WRAP commissioned one piece of external public affairs support. Now completed, this six-month project was...

Written Answers — Health: Hospitals: Infectious Diseases (26 February 2008)

Ann Keen: ... 4,639 4,853 5,198 Streptococcus pneumoniae 4,163 5,135 4,526 4,971 4,553 Pseudomonas spp 2,382 2,969 2,897 3,069 3,477 Enterobacter spp 1,874 2,256 2,284 2,314 2,418 Proteus spp 1,662 1,882 1,818 1,805 1,845 C. difficile 26,357 33,201 40,414 47,022 51,145 Source: Healthcare Protection Agency laboratory reports (voluntary reporting system)....

Written Answers — Health: Hospitals: Infectious Diseases (11 December 2007)

Ann Keen: ... MRSA (Percentage) 29 38 Enterococcus spp 2396 7070 Klebsiella spp 2378 5162 Streptococcus pneumoniae 5256 4539 Pseudomonas spp 1721 3454 Enterobacter spp 1425 2410 Proteus spp 1413 1839 Clostridium difficile 14541 51089 Note: Data source HPA laboratory reports (voluntary reporting system). The increase in bacteraemias is partly due to better...

Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Bill (20 June 2007)

Earl Howe: ...only by reference to what they are not. We are told that the Government do not want to be prescriptive and that it will be up to each LINk to set itself up in the way it wants. In Greek legend, I think it was Proteus who was able to assume any shape or form that he liked. The reason why he did this was in order to avoid foretelling the future. For us debating this part of the Bill, it is...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Opera: Finance (8 May 2007)

David Lammy: ...Central London Arts Ltd. Connaught Opera The Hub UK Ltd. Streetwise Opera City Arts Trust Ridiculusmus Theatre Company Ruth Jarman Felling Stage Society Abigail Seabrook Operamus Sur Nandan Ensemble Proteus The Culture Company Oxfordshire Council of Disabled People Angela Clerkin Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corp. Daisychain Productions Gye Nyame Centre For Performing Arts New Devon...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: North South Implementation Bodies (16 April 2007)

David Hanson: ... North East INTERREG IIIA Partnership North West Region Cross Border INTERREG IIIA Partnership NIPPA—the Early Years Organisation Omagh Local Strategy Partnership Playboard PROTEUS Rural Development Council (RDC) South Tyrone Area Partnership Strabane Local Strategy Partnership Training for Women Network (TWN) ...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Peace Funding: Northern Ireland (10 May 2006)

Lord Rooker: ...Guidance Service for Adults (EGSA) Northern Ireland and Pre-school Playgroups Association (NIP PA) Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust (NIVT)—now known as Community Foundation for Northern Ireland (CFNI) PROTEUS Playboard Rural Development Council (RDC) Southern Education and Library Board (SELB) Training for Women Network (TWN) Youth Education Social Inclusion Partnership (YESIP) The...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Peace II Funding (10 September 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...(NIPPA) 11. Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust (now—Community Foundation for Northern Ireland (CFNI)) 12. Southern Education and Library Board (SELB) 13. Training for Women Network (TWN) 14. PROTEUS 15. Playboard 16. Education Guidance Service for Adults 17. Rural Development Council (RDC) 18. Community Relations Council (CRC) 19. Co-operation Ireland 20. Combat Poverty Agency (CPA)...

Written Answers — House of Lords: PEACE I Funding (17 July 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...113,000.00 Personal Economic Development Programme 11,000.00 Sem Bag Manufacturing 12,600.00 MARI (NI) Nil Dundonald Community Projects 25,600.00 KITE—PlayBoard 22,060.00 KITE—PROTEUS 16,359.00 Petals Day Care 8,405.00 Swags and Tails 25,000.00 Ballyclo Suckler Calf Initiative 114,139.00 Roslea Cross Community Playgroup 7,600.00 ...

Written Answers — House of Lords: PEACE I Funding (15 July 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...Partnership 113,000.00 Personal Economic Development Programme 11,000.00 Sem Bag Manufacturing Project 12,600.00 Dundonald Community Projects 25,600.00 KITE—PlayBoard Project 22,060.00 KITE—PROTEUS Project 16,359.00 Petals Daycare 8,405.00 Roslea Cross Community Playgroup 7,600.00 Grinian Playgroup 3,813.00 Swags and Tails 25,000.00

Written Answers — House of Lords: Waterways Ireland (22 January 2003)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust Northern Ireland Volunteer Development Agency Northern Ireland Youth Forum Playboard Presbyterian Church in Ireland Proteus Salvation Army Share Centre Sports Council Northern Ireland Staff Commission for Education and Library Boards Sustainable Northern Ireland Programme The Local Government Staff Commission...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Job Losses in East Antrim (12 February 2002)

Mr Roy Beggs: ...me next week to discuss this and other related issues. The meeting was arranged prior to the selection of this motion for debate. There are several areas in which there have been educational gaps in east Antrim, particularly under Peace I funding. Proteus (NI) Ltd spent a total budget, largely in the field of educational support, of 2225 million, none of which was spent in the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Education and Training for Industry (15 October 2001)

Mr Roy Beggs: ...are also to be found in those towns. A low level of attainment at NVQ level 4 is to be found in the same areas. Those issues are all related. Neither the informal education structure nor educational bodies such as Proteus (NI) Ltd and the Educational Guidance Service for Adults have been sufficiently provided for. I strongly support a wide geographical spread so that no area is...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Higher and Further Education, Training and Employment: Educational Guidance Service for Adults (East Antrim) (18 June 2001)

Mr Roy Beggs: ...been an absence of education projects from such groups as EGSA. A centre would encourage continuing education and, perhaps, attract additional educational funding from other organisations such as Proteus, which have failed to invest in education in the East Antrim constituency.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance and Personnel: Peace II Funding (21 May 2001)

Mr Roy Beggs: Will the Minister acknowledge that there are areas of need in every constituency and every council area? Is he aware that of 2225 million spent by one intermediate funding body, Proteus, none was spent in the Carrickfergus Borough area? Furthermore, is he aware that I flagged up to his Department two years ago that no funding was being spent by that body in Carrickfergus? Given...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Victims: Peace II Programme (3 April 2001)

Mr Roy Beggs: ...must be addressed. Many of these gangs hide under a cloak of either Republicanism or Loyalism. How many victims were assisted by Peace I funding in my own area? I recently received a report from Proteus, one of the Peace I bodies. The report advised that Proteus had assisted 1,331 victims of violence and 977 ex-prisoners. How much of that money was spent in Carrickfergus? Carrickfergus...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Biotechnology (Jobs) (15 July 1999)

Mr Nicholas Winterton: ...should focus not only on the areas referred to by the hon. Member for Milton Keynes, South-West (Dr. Starkey), but on Macclesfield. The town boasts an extremely go-ahead biotechnology company called Proteus International plc, which is based at the Lyme Green business park in Macclesfield. What help and advice would the Minister give Proteus, which has developed a BSE diagnostic testing...

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Voluntary Sector (23 July 1996)

Mr Andrew Rowe: As has become apparent in all the descriptions that have been given, the voluntary sector is, like Proteus, impossible to grasp—at least in a short debate. It is worth remembering that, like the rest of us, it is capable of distortion in the service of prejudice. Perhaps the most hurtful examples are to be found among religious organisations, whether in the marches and counter-marches...

Science Policy and Human Genetics (19 July 1996)

Mr Ian Taylor: ...for health care, food, agriculture and environmental management, among many other applications. We have done much to stimulate it since the crusade was announced. A "SPUR plus" grant has been awarded to Proteus Molecular Design Ltd. The 406,000 grant is to research new class gene-targeted DNA-binding drugs with potential for the treatment of cancer, viral infections and other...

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