Results 41–60 of 477 for speaker:Mr Nigel Beard

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 69 - Contraventions subject to civil enforcement (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 137, in page 41, leave out line 24. No. 138, in page 41, leave out line 25. No. 151, in page 41, line 31, at end insert— '(4A) Regulations under this part of the Act may not extend provision in relation to different descriptions of contraventions to include such contraventions as are likely to cause or contribute...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 68 - Civil penalties for road traffic contraventions (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. Can we stick to the point of the amendments, not start a discussion about privatisation?

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 68 - Civil penalties for road traffic contraventions (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. It is not in order to start reading large tracts during an intervention.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 68 - Civil penalties for road traffic contraventions (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. I think some of these anecdotes are going a long way from the amendment.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 68 - Civil penalties for road traffic contraventions (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 50, in page 41, line 9, at end insert— '(3A) The regulations shall include provision in respect of challenges to penalty notices and shall provide that such a challenge may be made immediately the notice has been received.'. No. 129, in page 41, line 10, leave out 'may' and insert 'shall'. No. 130, in page 41, line...

Lord Hutton's Report (4 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: I doubt whether my constituents, along with most people in this country, begin to understand the press and media reaction to Lord Hutton's report in the last week. For weeks they had been told that Lord Hutton's findings would be the nemesis of the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Defence. They were told Andrew Gilligan's story—that the September 2002 dossier had been changed...

Lord Hutton's Report (4 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Indeed. As has already been mentioned, the problem prevails in many serious newspapers, where all attempt at objectivity is abandoned and the opinion of the reporter is allowed to slant the news presented. In addition, every television report now seems obliged to end with a knowing quip that implies a judgment superior to anything said by the soldier, business man, policeman or politician who...

Lord Hutton's Report (4 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Opinion was the main emphasis of that remark. However, Mr. Liddle is not a drunk in a bar at midnight. He is the former editor of the "Today" programme who hired Andrew Gilligan as part of a policy of actively making the news rather than reporting it. He has certainly done that now. Last week brought no distinction to British journalism generally, but mention has been made already of the...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 62 - Builders' skips: charge for occupation (3 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 201, in page 34, leave out lines 19 and 20. Amendment No. 194, in page 34, line 18, at end insert 'giving recognition to the particular circumstances of terraced housing'. Government amendments Nos. 63 and 64. Amendment No. 195, in clause 64, page 37, line 15, at end insert 'giving recognition to the...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 43 - Directions as to placing of apparatus (3 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 205, in page 21, line 1, leave out 'may' and insert 'must'. No. 206, in page 21, line 9, at beginning insert 'solely'. No. 207, in page 21, line 10, leave out 'may' and insert 'must'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 42 - Directions relating to (3 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 204, in page 20, line 18, at beginning insert 'solely'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 40 - Fixed penalty offences (3 Feb 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 46, in page 19, leave out lines 1 to 3. No. 47, in page 19, leave out lines 4 and 5.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Myners and Sandler Reports (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: If he will make a statement on progress towards implementing the recommendations of the Myners and Sandler reports.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Myners and Sandler Reports (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: I thank my hon. Friend for that reply. I recognise the Government's policy to encourage saving, and both the Myners and the Sandler reports contained proposals for reducing obstacles to saving and making it easier. Cash individual savings accounts have proved to be very popular, especially with low-income savers who are reluctant to part company with their savings in case of emergencies. Why,...

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 17 - Arrangements for network management (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 135, in page 7, line 30, at end insert— '(3A) The traffic manager shall ensure that prior to the commencement of any work on the highway other than emergency work, by, or on behalf of the local authority which appointed him, a reasonable period is agreed and publicised within which the work should be carried out.'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: It will be convenient also to discuss new clause 1—Street and road works undertaken by local highway authorities— 'It shall be a duty on every local highway authority to have regard to the need to keep traffic flowing when undertaking street and road works. They will be treated the same as other bodies and companies carrying out works that include street and road works.'.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: Order. The hon. Gentleman is again trespassing into an area that will be a legitimate part of the stand part debate. This debate is confined to safety and the environment.

Public Bill Committee: Traffic Management Bill: Clause 16 - The network management duty (29 Jan 2004)

Mr Nigel Beard: With this it will be convenient to discuss new clause 24—Carriageway restriction (consultation)— '(1) The local traffic authority shall not reduce the width or number of carriageways or introduce any permanent restriction on motor vehicle traffic flow on their road network without first conducting a consultation exercise thereon to ascertain that any measures proposed have clear majority...


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