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Most recent annotations on things by Jim Fitzpatrick

  • Andrew Avis: Is this money well spent? What are the proven benefits of compulsary helmets? The governemnets own review of last year did not come to any postive conclusion in favour of helemts. Mr Bone... (23 July 2010)
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  • John Byng: It is disappointing that the Government is putting so much effort into gaining a derogation from Eurpoe instead of on meeting the nitrogen dioxide limits that are designed to protect public... (27 March 2010)
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  • John Byng: Jim Fitzpatrick's opening remarks suggest that economic growth and environmental considerations need to be balanced. Leaving aside whether economic growth deserves such high priority it is worth... (4 July 2008)
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  • Simon Birkett: Campaign update: 16 June 2008 LEADING NGOs CALL FOR GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO COMPLY FULLY WITH AIR QUALITY LAWS CAMPAIGN FOR CLEAN AIR IN LONDON CALLS FOR MAYOR JOHNSON TO MAKE A SIMILAR... (20 June 2008)
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  • John Byng: The Government are short sighted and out of date in thinking that airport expansion might bring economic benefits. They have based their assessment on the assumption that oil will cost $50 a... (16 June 2008)
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  • Joy Garner: Jack, I couldn't agree more. We cannot look at ourselves in isolation from the effects we make on the rest of the world. (12 June 2008)
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  • mick angel: Maybe it was the general sentiment being expressed by George Galloway of holding ministers accountable for facilitating or cravenly ignoring torture that made Mr. Fitzpatrick laugh. (12 June 2008)
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  • Jack Thurston: "It is not always easy to know which biofuels are good and which are bad." The simple answer is that any biofuel made from a food crop is bad, whether or not it was grown on rainforest land. ... (6 June 2008)
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  • Idris Francis: Targets are NOT being met! Deaths have hardly fallen for 12 years, in contrast to routine falls through prior decades. Police data on SI is BUNK - hospitals show they are treating MORE road SI... (23 April 2008)
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  • Idris Francis: Fitzpatrick's reply is very seriously misleading - the data to allow comparison exists, the comparison is that signs are 50 to 70 times more cost effective. That the DfT chose not to draw... (23 April 2008)
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  • dennis fallon: jIM, we KNOW too many people are being killed.Try to tackle the problem in an honest way, and focus on the real culprits by having more traffic police who can detect the drink-drivers and... (23 April 2008)
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  • dennis fallon: Jim.Don`t quote false information. I have been investigating my local camera partnership and they have been sending the DfT FARICATED figures to justify their existance.Why did Andrew Pearce,the... (23 April 2008)
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  • dennis fallon: Jim, stop slacking and do an assessment.You know the cameras are located to catch ORDINARY people by deception whilst the real fast speedsters, and those with foreign plates, escape.The ORDINARY... (23 April 2008)
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  • Tim Henderson: The Environment Agency response to the Heathrow Expansion consultation regarding air pollution concluded : After full consideration of the documents our conclusion is that overall, we do not... (17 April 2008)
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  • Roger Dewey: The Minister knows perfectly well that every household in the immediate vicinity should have received the consultation document through the letter box. Yes, John Randall could have downloaded... (3 April 2008)
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  • Peter Carpenter: The Department for Transport's own economic analysis published with the consultation on expanding airports in the South East of England showed that there was greater economic benefit to be... (1 April 2008)
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  • John Beavis: I congratulate Peter Viggers on achieving a Commons Debate on this matter which is of great concern locally but am very disappointed with the response from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary,... (16 November 2007)
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  • Stephen Plowden: The Government should not pass the buck like this. If it is not prepared to direct local authorities to reduce speed limits, it should at least do everything it can to encourage them and to... (19 July 2007)
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  • Stephen Plowden: > /Commission for Integrated Transport, undated but by inference 2001. / / (19 July 2007)
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  • colin bertie: Closure decisions will not be determined by sub-postmasters' preferences although we expect that there will be cases where it makes sense to NOT CORRECTsub postmaster will be told if they are to... (11 June 2007)
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  • colin bertie: here again the minister gets it wrong there is to be no input from sub postmaster they will be told if they are to close (11 June 2007)
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  • Steve Rogers: So, as feared in Totnes, the closure of the plant was a done deal before any consultation was considered. (8 June 2007)
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  • colin bertie: postmaster wait again,longer then saddam waiting to be hanged.All that matters to this minister is do nothing until after the local election in the mean time postmasters keep going bust. (23 March 2007)
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  • Michael Grazebrook: Contractors like myself are without a great many protections. For example, as a company director, I have no access to most benefits should I fail to win jobs. This is OK, as long as our status is... (8 December 2006)
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  • Roy Cottee: Why is it neccessary to introduce a new product? Cannot the existing product be upgraded as required by the customer? (22 October 2006)
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