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Most recent annotations on things by Robert Goodwill

  • John Byng: The Minister should know that it is not just at Birmingham that flight path trials have been badly done. The same goes for Gatwick and new departure routes have been approved by the CAA with... (4 February 2015)
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  • John Byng: I hope that MPs generally will recognise that the regional airports struggle to survive because the airlines prefer to concentrate their operations at Heathrow and force passengers to drive from... (4 November 2014)
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  • John Byng: One hopes that everybody recognizes that any extra runways in the South East would be at the expense of the regional airports, where employment is needed. This makes no economic sense. The... (18 July 2014)
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  • Chris Beazer: The roads in UK are NOT the safest roads in the world. The "safety" is only for those who travel in metal boxes - those who are vulnerable road users are not safe on the roads, and many who would... (11 July 2014)
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  • John Byng: The Minster should be aware that all regional airports are struggling because the airlines want to concentrate their flights at Heathrow and so save themselves the expense of maintaining... (29 April 2014)
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  • John Byng: Manston and all the other regional airports are currently suffering from the fact that the big airlines, such as BA, are hoping to get a new runway at Heathrow. While this possibility remains... (26 March 2014)
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  • John Byng: Robert Goodwill is right to recognise the importance of local international airports, with which the UK is well blessed. In fact we have far more runway capacity than we could ever fully utilize... (7 February 2014)
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  • Chris Beazer: To whom are 'we targeting our information campaigns'? Is it those who are the vulnerable road users or those who kill them? (8 November 2013)
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  • Bob Bexley: The Duracell Bunny kept on beating its drum/ running in the race, it was the competition that faltered! Who is this new guy? Please get him a better researcher. (16 October 2013)
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  • Bob Bexley: CO2 (g) + 2H2O(g) ie for every molecule of carbon dioxide produced there are TWO of water. (16 October 2013)
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  • Octavia Green: This MP was building up the "R Goodwill property division" when he said this, who is in parliament for, us or himself? (15 June 2012)
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  • Octavia Green: I'd forgotten that I had requested to be informed when my MP speaks in Parliament. almost a year on I was so informed. I presumed a theyworkforyou bug had missed the previous 11 months BUT NO... (15 June 2012)
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  • Robert Goodthingy: Robert Goodwill MP again represents his village Terrington where he lives, rather than the Constituency he is elected to represent, a constituency an hour away on the coast. Mr Speaker's rule... (27 July 2011)
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  • Robert Goodthingy: This MP needs a map to show which bit of the country he represents? Malton Comprehensive is nowhere near Scarborough, there again our Terrington (which is near Malton) farming MP rarely is either. (17 July 2011)
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  • Chris Beazer: Would Robert Goodwill explain what the "fast lane" is? There is no such thing - just inside, middle and outside lanes - the middle and outside are overtaking lanes. (4 July 2009)
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  • Colin Wigglesworth: Robert Goodwill is absolutely right to bring this matter to the attention of the Government. Farmers are more important to the economy than Politicians & Bankers. Everyone needs food and... (3 July 2009)
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  • Colin Wigglesworth: Robert Goodwill is my local MP and I am delighted with that. We have similar views on Nuclear Power and I know he has visited Chernobyl. While Chernobyl was and still is the site of the world's... (24 April 2009)
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  • Jim Prall: There are other crops that may work well for biofuel production on "marginal" land, such as switchgrass in temperate zones or jatropha in arid regions. In all, though, there is nowhere near... (20 February 2009)
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  • Brenda Southwell: Several years ago, we rented out our house to tenants who received the rent directly from the DHSS but kept saying it had not been paid to them. We suspected otherwise but as we were not the... (21 May 2008)
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  • Colin Wigglesworth: Robert Goodwill is absolutely correct with his comment. My daughter and son in law kept their old house with a buy to rent mortgage. Their first tenant received money direct from the local... (21 May 2008)
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  • Alex Robinson: Argentinian Corned Beef? What an insult to our men! I still boycott anything Argentinian and always will. Remember those who died protecting The Falklands! (15 March 2008)
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  • Alex Robinson: From £800 to £15,000 makes one wonder how many naughty people there are in Scarborough. Surely in this age of Information Technology, all the reports can be senbt to the papers at the click... (12 March 2008)
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  • Roger Foster: There is a cycle track using an old railway line in Scarborough, thanks to Urban Renaissance and its Active Transport Group. (5 March 2008)
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  • Brenda Southwell: I disagree that as people get older, they drink more sensibly. Most young people I know do not drink and drive. The main culprits in my experience are middle-aged men who regularly drive home... (9 February 2008)
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  • Colin Wigglesworth: Being a former boatbuilder at Scarborough of both leisure and commercial fishing boats as well as a leisure SCUBA diver I have seen the decline in fish stocks first hand. This has been brought... (7 December 2007)
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