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Israel and Palestine — Question for Short Debate (7 Feb 2013)

Lord Stone of Blackheath: Governments to break the impasse and to agree a peace deal. As the noble Baroness, Lady Tonge, mentioned, Koby Huberman came here from the region to present the Israeli Peace Initiative-the IPI-to a cross-party group. The IPI was developed through an apolitical movement of prominent Israelis in response to, and based on, the Arab Peace Initiative-the API. The IPI's mission is...

Bee Population — Motion to Take Note (10 Jan 2013)

Lord de Mauley: ...risks to the environment. No product is authorised for home or garden use if its correct use requires training or protective equipment. My noble friend Lady Byford asked about the results of the IPI-the Insect Pollinators Initiative. I can tell her that all projects within it are progressing well and we look forward to seeing the results in 2014. She also asked whether research has been...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Pesticides: Bees (26 Apr 2011)

James Paice: ...163; 2009-10 498,000 2010-11 (1)632,000 2011-12 (1, 2)595,500 (1 )The figures for 2010-11 and 2011-12 include the 500,000 per year that DEFRA is contributing to the Insect Pollinators Initiative (IPI) over the next five years which includes research on both honey and bumble bees. The IPI is a 10 million programme established in 2009 to support research to better...

Opposition Day — [9th Allotted Day]: Business Rates and the Recession (25 Mar 2009)

Bob Neill: ...many people to understand. It is based on rental values in April 2008, when the inflation index was higher than it is now. Businesses are facing an increase of 5 per cent. in rates when international price index—IPI—inflation is down to 0.1 per cent. and we are likely to experience deflation in the coming year. Businesses still have to meet the inflationary increase, which is...

Written Ministerial Statements — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Artist's Resale Right (2 Apr 2008)

Ian Pearson: I am today placing in the Libraries of both Houses copies of a study by the Intellectual Property Institute (IPI) into the effect on the UK art market of the introduction of the artist's resale right (ARR). The Directive 2001/84/EC on the resale right for the benefit of the author of an original work of art was adopted in 2001. This required a new right, "artist's resale right" (often...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Genetic Sequences: Patents (7 Jun 2004)

Lord Sainsbury of Turville: ...a commitment to carry out an investigation into the impact of current UK law and practice regarding patents for genetic sequences. I am pleased to announce that the Intellectual Property Institute (IPI) on behalf of the DTI has now completed this study. The Government welcome the main findings of the study, which show that current UK law and practice regarding patents for genetic sequences...

Information Technology/Retail Crime (27 Jan 2004)

Stephen Timms: ..., RFID and other services in the retail and transport sectors could be a very important part of that programme. Activities are organised into virtual centres, one of which caters for information on the move and is hosted by IPI Ltd. "Project Inform" within it is based on an intelligent shelf—my hon. Friend mentioned Tesco tagging razors, but this is a slightly different initiative...

Written Answers — Health: Secondments (4 Jun 2003)

David Lammy: ...HEO/SEO) IP2 (EO) National Health Service 7/54/20/9 Senior Civil Servant IP4 (Grade 6/7) IP3 (HEO/SEO) IP2 (EO) Other Government Departments 9/3/3/2 IP4 (Grade 6/7) IP3 (HEO/SEO) IP2 (EO) IPI (AA/AO) Non-Departmental public bodies 8/2 IP4 (Grade 6/7) IP2 (EO) European Departmental public bodies 8/2 IP4 (Grade 6/7) Ministere des Affaires Sociales—Paris 1 IP4...

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (7 Dec 2000)

Lord Sainsbury of Turville: rather than as a family credit. Finally, I turn to the remarks made by the noble Lord, Lord Saatchi, about pensions. In April they will rise by 5 and 8 for a couple, which is far more than IPI and the earnings link and is the biggest increase since 1975. The noble Lord also asked about the level of taxation. I am not sure where the figures quoted by the noble Lord, Lord...

Orders of the Day — Right of Reply in the Media Bill (18 Feb 1983)

Mr Phillip Whitehead: Britain than seems to be in the case in, for example, West Germany. In the debate to which I have already referred, when I contested the subject with the hon. and learned Member for Burton, the IPI, which organised the debate, drew evidence from three witnesses from various Continental countries. Herr Soehring said that the number of petitions that were brought to courts in various...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: North-West Frontier (Military Operations). (8 Nov 1937)

...road protection and road building, has resulted in several minor engagements and the movements of columns into some of the more inaccessible areas with the object of breaking up these gangs. The Faqir of Ipi is still at large. It is hoped, however, that as the winter advances, the season will restrict the activities of the remaining hostiles. As part of the settlement with the tribes an...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: North-West Frontier (Situation). (19 Apr 1937)

Mr R.A. Butler: The recrudescence and extension of the trouble in Waziristan is due to the increasing scale of the fanatical and anti-British propaganda of the Faqir of Ipi. It was at first for the most part confined to the younger and irresponsible elements in the tribes, which appeared to he out of control by the responsible tribal leaders. Every effort is being made to restore order by means of political...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: North-West Frontier (Military Operations). (30 Nov 1936)

Mr R.A. Butler: ...North Waziristan entered into an agreement to permit full access to their country and to give no harbourage to outlaws or persons hostile to the British Government. A fanatic known as the Faqir of Ipi (in the neighbouring Tochi valley) has been causing unrest this year in connection with the alleged conversion of a minor Hindu girl to Islam. As a result of Government action he took refuge...

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