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Autumn Statement — Statement (5 December 2013)

Lord Deighton: ...in the Printed Paper Office, and the text of which will be printed in full in the Official Report. The following Statement was made earlier in the House of Commons. “Britain’s economic plan is working, but the job is not done. We need to secure the economy for the long term, and the biggest risk to that comes from those who would abandon the plan. We seek a responsible...

Business of the House: Autumn Statement (5 December 2013)

George Osborne: ...for their rigorous and independent work. The OBR report notes that the Office for National Statistics has reassessed the depth of the great recession. The fall in GDP from peak to trough between 2008 and 2009 was not 6.3% as previously thought, but was instead an even more staggering 7.2%; 112 billion was wiped off our economy—about 3,000 for every household in this...

Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill — Second Reading (29 October 2013)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...of them have been breached at least once and just over 40% have been breached more than once. That is why the Government have brought forward a new, streamlined, more flexible set of powers in this Bill. The criminal behaviour order and the injunction to prevent nuisance and annoyance will replace the anti-social behaviour order and a number of other existing orders, and can be used to...

Queen’s Speech — Debate (4th Day) (14 May 2013)

Earl Howe: ...Berkeley of Knighton, on the economic and wider societal benefits of music and the arts; my noble friend Lord Ridley on the importance of affordable energy to economic growth; and the right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Winchester on religious education and social well-being. The right reverend Prelate has asked me to say that he has been called back to his diocese on a very urgent...

Growth and Infrastructure Bill — Committee (4th Day) (Continued) (4 February 2013) See 1 other result from this debate

Baroness Young of Old Scone: My Lords, I rise to speak to Amendments 77A, 77B and 78A, and to the question of whether Clause 24 should stand part of the Bill, which are down in the Marshalled List in my name and that of the noble Lord, Lord Greaves. I am afraid mine will not be quite as swift and simple as the amendment in the name of the noble Lord, Lord Adonis, because I want to give a pretty full exposition of why...

Growth and Infrastructure Bill: Committee (4th Day) (4 February 2013)

Lord Jenkin of Roding: ...need for national infrastructure. This is now widely accepted. It is not sufficient to talk about it and to produce lists of things that could be done. One has got to get ahead with it. Much of the Bill-and I welcome this-is clearly directed to that end; to try to remove some of the barriers, speed up the timetables, reduce the bureaucracy that has been involved, and in every way help...

Public Bill Committee: Growth and Infrastructure Bill: “Chapter 4 - General (4 December 2012)

Nicholas Boles: ...clauses, but I would like quickly to say why in each case. New clause 7 suggests that there would be a discretion to seek a direction from the Secretary of State for a waiver against certain provisions in the Planning Act 2008, specifically in relation to pre-application consultations and the information provided. We feel that, where a specific application may be taken away from a local...

Public Bill Committee: Growth and Infrastructure Bill: Examination of Witnesses (20 November 2012)

...to clauses 19 and 20 and the vexed subject of the special parliamentary procedure, which is a rarely used and, in consequence, not well understood. We support the Government’s wishes to curb the application of special parliamentary procedure in a number of cases, both to prevent it from applying in cases involving the compulsory acquisition of land belonging to a local authority or...

Localism Bill: Third Reading (31 October 2011)

Lord Berkeley: ...this way. I shall just make a very small comment on government Amendment 53. While I welcome the amendment-it is good to see that the Government recognise that some changes have to be made to the Planning Act in this regard-it does nothing for the point that I shall come on to shortly. In a wider sense, the special parliamentary procedure seems to be an additional safeguard in the 21st...

Energy Powers (Wales) (6 September 2011)

Gregory Barker: ...establish a commission to consider funding and finance for Wales. The Secretary of State for Wales has announced the outline of that, and there will be further announcements to follow. The Localism Bill is currently going through Parliament. The Bill would amend the Planning Act 2008, abolishing the Infrastructure Planning Commission and returning decisions to democratically elected and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Ways and Means — Financial Statement (23 March 2011)

George Osborne: ...have to keep coming back to their citizens for more—more taxes and more spending cuts. In Britain, we do not have to do that today. We have inherited a record budget deficit, but we have set out a credible, comprehensive plan to deal with it. We have had to undertake difficult measures, but we have already asked the British people for what is needed, and today we do not need to ask...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Planning Bill: Consideration Stage (8 March 2011)

Anna Lo: ...DUP to try to veto the amendment is a total abuse of power. As an MLA for South Belfast for the past four years, I have supported many residents and residents’ associations in their dealings with the Planning Service. The majority of those residents have told me that they have endured serious detrimental effects in their residential and conservation areas for many years because of...

Infrastructure Planning Commission (16 February 2011)

Greg Clark: ...reflect on what my hon. Friend has said and try to ensure that there is the greatest possible confidence in the adherence to those conditions. We are determined to introduce reforms in the Localism Bill. I look forward, as I am sure my hon. Friend does, to the day when it is passed. However, provided that the national policy statements on energy are designated as we expect, we anticipate...

Scottish Parliament: Non-Domestic Rates (Levying) (Scotland) (No 3) Regulations 2010 (2 February 2011)

Jeremy Purvis: ...the rates that businesses in Scotland pay. In advance of today, we have consistently raised concerns about the lack of transitional relief for businesses that saw a massive increase in their rates bills as a result of the revaluation last year. Some hotels and by no means large businesses in my constituency and throughout Scotland saw increases in their bills of up to 200 per cent and...

Crime and Security Bill: New Clause 3 — Alcohol disorder zones (8 March 2010)

James Brokenshire: ...for medical help and the crime issues that arose from their behaviour. That was a real reminder of the continuing problems of late-night drinking that affect many of our communities, and of the pressures that are placed on our emergency services into the early hours of the morning. In the context of our new clause, which proposes the deletion of certain provisions on alcohol disorder zones...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill: Clause 8 (14 January 2010)

David Kidney: Tackling fuel poverty is a priority for the Government. Since 2000, we have invested more than 20 billion in benefits and programmes to raise incomes and improve household energy efficiency and heating. We continue to look for ways in which we can improve or add to existing policies to help us to make further progress. Fuel poverty continues to pose a significant and growing challenge....

Written Ministerial Statements — Work and Pensions: Workplace Pension Reform (12 January 2010)

Angela Eagle: Today is a very important milestone for the delivery of workplace pension reform, including the setting up of NEST (National Employment Savings Trust), previously known as personal accounts. We are publishing the: Government's response to the workplace pension reform "Completing the Picture" consultation; Regulations that frame automatic enrolment, scheme quality, compliance and the other...

Scottish Parliament: Local Government Finance Settlement (26 November 2009)

John Swinney: ...is set out in the concordat. We are now into the third year of the concordat. The key elements of that agreement, including the single outcome agreements that are now in place with every community planning partnership in Scotland, focus the work of national and local government on delivering for all our communities. As part of the concordat, we are delivering on our commitment to increase...

Energy Production (13 October 2009)

David Kidney: ...to reduce emissions than to reduce our consumption of energy? Reducing our need for energy would clearly support our desire for security of supply, and for those who have difficulty paying their bills, the more they can reduce those bills, the better. Alongside energy efficiency, there will be the trinity of more renewable energy, low-carbon nuclear and clean fossil fuels such as gas and...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Departmental Training (12 October 2009)

Paul Goggins: ...table details external training courses attended by staff in the Northern Ireland Office in the last 12 months; and the associated cost for each course: External training courses attended in 2008-09 External course Cost () Accelerated SQL Server 2005 439 Acrobat Introduction 185 Advanced SAP System Monitoring-ADM106 1,800 Advanced Writing 775 Advocacy...

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