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Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Green Ministers (20 Apr 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment on how many occasions in the past year the departmental green Ministers have met together.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Green Ministers (20 Apr 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Do the green Ministers realise that the forest sales programme is eating away at the heart of the national forest? Will they explain how their stated aim of expanding forest cover, as set out in the document "Sustainable Forestry", will be achieved if they allow private investors to buy the public forest instead of planting their own forests? When will the forest review report finally appear?

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Transport (21 Apr 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Will the Secretary of State give way?

Orders of the Day — Deregulation and Contracting Out Bill: Railway Pensions (23 May 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Will the Minister explain what he meant by the word "normally" He said that there would normally be continuity of service. As things stand, anyone who is in the British Rail pensions schemes retains, year for year, each year of service. Are there are any circumstances in which an employee who moves from one company's to another company's employment, but who retains his membership of the...

Orders of the Day — Deregulation and Contracting Out Bill: Railway Pensions (23 May 1994)

Hugh Bayley: As there is detriment in those cases, will the Minister explain how the scheme, as agreed now, matches up to the Government's commitment that there will be no detriment in the new scheme and that the new scheme will be no worse? "No less favourable" are the words that Ministers used throughout the discussions in the Standing Committee which considered the Railways Bill. How can he say that...

Orders of the Day — Deregulation and Contracting Out Bill: Railway Pensions (23 May 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Before my hon. Friend sits down, although I know that time is short, will he reply to one of the points made by the hon. Member for Eltham (Mr. Bottomley), who seemed to suggest to the House that there had been some bipartisan defence of the pensioners' rights? Will my hon. Friend confirm that in the Standing Committee which considered the Railways Bill we spent more time debating pensions...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Practice Nurses (24 May 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Will the Minister agree to bring in a change to the funding of the health service so that the same capitation funding formula applies to fundholding and non-fundholding GPs, the two-tier system is abolished and the patients of both types of GP have an equal opportunity to benefit from practice nurses?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 May 1994)

Hugh Bayley: On a point of order, Madam Speaker.

European Community Documents: Church of England (General Synod) (Measures) (16 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: I, too, found the contribution of my neighbour, the right hon. Member for Selby (Mr. Alison), to be a clear exposition of the need for this Measure. Although I know that it is not his debate, I am pleased to see in his place the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for National Heritage. If he chooses to make a contribution to the debate, I hope that he will respond to my concern about the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Accounts Commission: Overseas Development Administration (20 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Chairman of the Public Accounts Commission what funds have been made available by the Public Accounts Commission to the National Audit Office to investigate the work of the Overseas Development Administration.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Accounts Commission: Overseas Development Administration (20 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: It has come to my notice that more than £500,000 from the ODA's budget is being spent on technical co-operation officers working to regulate tax havens in the Caribbean. That is in clear contradiction of the Government's stated policy of providing aid to the poorest people in the poorest countries. Why has not that been picked up by the Comptroller and Auditor General? Will the Chairman...

Opposition Day: Overseas Aid and Development (22 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: It was with shock and dismay that I learnt recently that hundreds of thousands of pounds from the Overseas Development Administration aid budget had been spent running tax havens in the Caribbean for the benefit of companies and individuals from this and other developed countries so that they may avoid paying tax in Europe and north America. This year's Foreign Office departmental report...

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Serious Fraud Office (27 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Attorney-General if he will make a statement about the work of the Serious Fraud Office.

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Serious Fraud Office (27 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Does the Attorney-General support the proposal, which is being canvassed widely at the moment, that many serious frauds should in future be dealt with not by criminal proceedings but by City regulatory bodies? Has he looked at the most recent report from the SFO to this House, which shows that the average amount of money involved in the 48 cases under consideration when the report was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Sex Equality Branch (28 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make a statement about the priorities for the sex equality branch of his Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Sex Equality Branch (28 Jun 1994)

Hugh Bayley: What help can the Minister offer my constituent, Mrs. Susan Craven, who was sacked by her employer Securicor after working as a cleaner at Queen Anne's school in York for eight years? She was sacked in the 34th week of her pregnancy because she was admitted to hospital with complications arising from the pregnancy. She has been offered a new job on lower pay and with no holiday or sickness...

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security: Child Support Agency (4 Jul 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what recent representations he has received on the implementation of the Child Support Act 1991.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security: Child Support Agency (4 Jul 1994)

Hugh Bayley: Why is it right for the Child Support Act 1991 to be retrospective in the sense of setting aside clean-break settlements where, for instance, a home has been passed to the parent with care, but, at the same time, it is wrong for it to be retrospective in the sense of allowing parents with care to have their claim back-dated to the time that they made an application to the Child Support...

Opposition Day: Child Support Agency (4 Jul 1994)

Hugh Bayley: The hon. Member for Dover (Mr. Shaw) complained about a lack of objectivity and one-sidedness in the BBC, but what he said about Australia in the last few minutes of his speech showed that he is guilty of that to a much greater degree. If he had been honest in presenting the whole story, he would have told the House that in Australia there is a $10 a week disregard. Every parent looking after...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Jul 1994)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Tuesday 5 July.


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