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Richard Allan

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This page shows how Richard Allan's entry in the Register of Members' Interests has changed over time, starting at the most recent and working back to the earliest we have managed to parse. Please be aware that changes in typography/styling at the source might mean something is marked as changed (ie. removed and added) when it hasn't; sorry about that, but we do our best with the source material.

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1 November 2005 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

  • 22-25 January 2005, to Athens, Greece, to receive an honorary award from exhibition organiser Xenia. The event organisers provided travel and hotel accommodation and presented me with a trophy and scroll. (Registered 28 January 2005)
 

28 January 2005 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

  • 7-12 December 2003, to Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway, as a guest speaker on electronic democracy at the Cisco Public Services Summit. The event organisers, Cisco, provided travel, hotel accommodation, food and entertainment for conference speakers. (Registered 16 December 2003)
  • 22-25 January 2005, to Athens, Greece, to receive an honorary award from exhibition organiser Xenia. The event organisers provided travel and hotel accommodation and presented me with a trophy and scroll. (Registered 28 January 2005)

21 May 2004 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

  • 26 November-1 December 2002, to Ottawa, Canada, to give the keynote address at an event on edemocracy organised as part of the Crossing Boundaries programme and to hold a series of meetings on edemocracy with Canadian NGOs, Parliamentarians and civil servants. Flights to Ottawa and hotel bills paid for by the Centre for Collaborative Government, a Canadian thinktank which organised the conference. (Registered 11 March 2003)
  • 11-13 March 2003, to Athens, Greece, as keynote speaker to a conference on the future of the Parthenon sculptures organised by Hazlis and Rivas, the organisers of the Economist Conferences for Greece. I was provided with economy class return flight to Athens and hotel accommodation by the organisers of the conference, which had a number of sponsors including Ernst and Young and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. (Registered 16 April 2003)
 

31 January 2004 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

 
  • 7-12 December 2003, to Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway, as a guest speaker on electronic democracy at the Cisco Public Services Summit. The event organisers, Cisco, provided travel, hotel accommodation, food and entertainment for conference speakers. (Registered 16 December 2003)

4 December 2003 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

  • 23-25 November 2001, to Nafplion, Greece, to attend the Hydra II Conference and speak on information technology, at the invitation of the British Council, who, with the British Embassy, paid my travel expenses. Accommodation and meals were funded jointly by the Greek Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the Greek Ministry of Development. (Registered 20 December 2001)
  • 26 November-1 December 2002, to Ottawa, Canada, to give the keynote address at an event on edemocracy organised as part of the Crossing Boundaries programme and to hold a series of meetings on edemocracy with Canadian NGOs, Parliamentarians and civil servants. Flights to Ottawa and hotel bills paid for by the Centre for Collaborative Government, a Canadian thinktank which organised the conference. (Registered 11 March 2003)
  • 11-13 March 2003, to Athens, Greece, as keynote speaker to a conference on the future of the Parthenon sculptures organised by Hazlis and Rivas, the organisers of the Economist Conferences for Greece. I was provided with economy class return flight to Athens and hotel accommodation by the organisers of the conference, which had a number of sponsors including Ernst and Young and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. (Registered 16 April 2003)

26 November 2002 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, writing, speeches, lectures and opinion surveys.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fee is donated to my constituency party.
 

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of the Sheffield City Trust, a charitable company set up by Sheffield City Council to run a range of facilities such as sports and entertainment venues.
  • Trustee of the Industry and Parliament Trust, a non-profit charitable company established to promote mutual understanding between Parliament and UK industry.
 

14 May 2002 - View full entry

6. Overseas visits

 
  • 23-25 November 2001, to Nafplion, Greece, to attend the Hydra II Conference and speak on information technology, at the invitation of the British Council, who, with the British Embassy, paid my travel expenses. Accommodation and meals were funded jointly by the Greek Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the Greek Ministry of Development. (Registered 20 December 2001)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of the Sheffield City Trust, company set up by Sheffield City Council to run a range of facilities such as sports and entertainment venues and elderly persons' homes which it formerly owned.
  • Director (unpaid) of the Sheffield City Trust, a charitable company set up by Sheffield City Council to run a range of facilities such as sports and entertainment venues.
  • Trustee of the Industry and Parliament Trust, a non-profit charitable company established to promote mutual understanding between Parliament and UK industry.

14 May 2001 - View full entry

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, writing, speeches and opinion surveys.
  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, writing, speeches, lectures and opinion surveys.

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-3 March 1998, to Ireland on a fact-finding visit, at the expense of the Irish Government. (Registered 17 September 1999)
 

10 November 2000 (first entry we have)

2. Remunerated employment, office, profession etc

  • Occasional fees for broadcasting, writing, speeches and opinion surveys.
  • Member of Harris Parliamentary Panel. (£1-£1,000). The fee is donated to my constituency party.

6. Overseas visits

  • 2-3 March 1998, to Ireland on a fact-finding visit, at the expense of the Irish Government. (Registered 17 September 1999)

10. Miscellaneous and unremunerated interests

  • Director (unpaid) of the Sheffield City Trust, company set up by Sheffield City Council to run a range of facilities such as sports and entertainment venues and elderly persons' homes which it formerly owned.