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Most recent annotations on things by Lindsay Hoyle

  • Myf Nixon: This is the moment at which proceedings were halted due to an attack on Westminster Bridge and outside the House of Parliament: see the BBC report at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39355108 (23 March 2017)
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  • John Edward Harrison: In addition to more rolling stock, there is an urgent need for more car parking spaces at Chorley Station. The existing car park is inadequate, being full by soon after 8am. (4 December 2009)
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  • John Edward Harrison: This is an important issue, as the excessive investment in the Olympic Games in London will further widen the inequality gap between the south east and the rest of the UK. This relates not only... (1 December 2009)
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  • Neil Whittaker: I would have thought the maternity unit would be the one giving new life to Chorley Lindsay. Good effort on behalf of the hospital though. (14 October 2009)
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  • John Edward Harrison: The funding of Runshaw is also for Adult Education. This should not be squeezed to fund 16-19 education if the commitment to "Lifelong Learning" is to be honoured. As unemployment rates increase... (13 October 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: May I respectfully remind the Member for Chorley, that the free bus passes "Nationwide" he refers to, do not apply to that part of the UK know as Scotland. I would ask him to put it to the... (23 April 2009)
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  • Paul McHugh: Lindsay Hoyle says "I hope that he will get Network Rail by the scuff of the neck, shake it strongly and get it to change its mind." Whilst the sentiment may be valid, this analogy is... (22 April 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: If it is good enough for a failed chief executive in RBS, surely you must be able to get through a Bill in Parliament to help the most poorest paid in the country? Assuming the majority of MPs... (17 March 2009)
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  • Steve Cross: 'Happy to waste'? I think not! The council can hardly put the money under the bed. Hindsight allows you as my MP to make a misleading statement. Thats what I as a voter think. (12 March 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: Good luck, Lyndsay. If it is statute then it should definitely not be watered down by a Labour Government. In fact, why is the Government not insisting on it being supported by all Labour MPs? (7 March 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: Lyndsay, is Burnham suggesting the BBC are part privatised? Is that not the way the Business Secretary bought in the Royal Mail privatisation that is currently causing quite a storm in the Palace... (3 March 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: May be a "huge amount" Lyndsay, but more than paid for by the taxpayers of yesteryear, who are the pensioners of today and enjoying the bus passes of today. So do no knock it. Throwing money at... (3 February 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: Once more the MP for Chorley has hit the nail on the head, as it were. Reducing the price of energy prices is long overdue and should be a key Government priority in this recession. Propping up... (23 January 2009)
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  • Mr Smith: Well done Lyndsay. Keep bringing up such matters. Too often such subjects are left as "not making headlines" thus nothing is done. United Utilities seems to write its own rules it would appear. (14 January 2009)
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  • John Edward Harrison: The issue of long distance lock-ups is a scandal. Too much time is involved and too many "law enforcers" are unnecessarily removed from the streets. (16 December 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: Is it not better that surpluses are spent on social housing than invested in risky investments such as Icelandic Banks, which Chorley Council lost around £2 million? (19 November 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: I wish to congratulate Lyndsay Hoyle, MP for Chorley, on this perceptive and well put question to the Minister on a local matter for which this MP has shown local concerns over apparent cost... (22 October 2008)
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  • John Edward Harrison: Network Rail appear to have been lukewarm about this project since its inception. Our MP is right to pursue the matter. How can people be encouraged to use public transport if the service... (22 October 2008)
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  • John Edward Harrison: Now that the Government has belatedly found its teeth in dealing with the banks it should now be taking a similarly rigorous approach to the exploitive energy suppliers. John Harrison Great... (16 October 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: Mr Hoyle, MP Dear Lyndsay, May I congratulate you on this in Parliament concerning the ITV franchise in the Granada region and others. A contract is a contract, for good or for bad. Too many... (8 October 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: Good to see that Lyndsay Hoyle is on the ball and is not overwhelmed by PR and other advertising put out by this conglomerate. Well done, Lyndsay! (18 July 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: The MP for Chorley shows he is on the ball in this matter, more than would appear the front bench replying person. Well done Lyndsay, follow this up, please. (11 July 2008)
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  • John Edward Harrison: It is most regretable that Chorley Borough is choosing to opt out of helping pensioners before 9.30am. All medical appointments start before that time be they at hospitals in Chorley, Preston,... (9 July 2008)
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  • Mr Smith: It is my view that the Member for Chorley has struck a chord in remembering people who give the supreme sacrifice for other's desires. I think here is a group in our society who should be well... (9 May 2008)
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  • Michael Bourne: Here's some ammunition for the hard-hitting Chorley MP to hurl at his front bench the next time he asks about getting more girls to take up cricket. In August 1999, the Times reported from... (11 March 2008)
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