Results 141–160 of 2957 for speaker:Stuart Bell

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit (19 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: No representations have been received. Television coverage during the first 14 days is licensed and distributed by PARBUL; television coverage after 14 days and all audio coverage is licensed and distributed by the Parliamentary Recording Unit. The licensing portion of the charge to broadcasters for the provision of television coverage of parliamentary proceedings after 14 days has now been...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Poultry: Animal Welfare (19 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: All fresh eggs are sourced from British higher-welfare standard flocks assured under the RSPCA's Freedom Food scheme and the BEIC British Lion code of practice, where beak-trimming is carried out in accordance with a code of best practice. Pasteurised egg products come from Belgium and are sourced from farms where beak trimming is carried out under the German regulatory KAT scheme, which is...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Security (19 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Staff of Government Departments who hold parliamentary passes have access to each of the souvenir shops on the House of Commons portion of the parliamentary estate.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Educational Visits: Parliament (13 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: There are two routes commonly taken by school parties wishing to visit Parliament. They may either contact Parliament's Education Service directly to book onto its regular visit and workshop programme, or contact their constituency MP who can sponsor a tour organised through the Central Tours Office (CTO). Both services are heavily oversubscribed. Member-sponsored tours take place when...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Members: ICT (12 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: As of 8 July 2010, 301 Members had requested new ICT equipment from PICT. No Member has yet declined the ICT equipment that PICT has provided.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Plants (12 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Expenditure on flowers and plants in the House of Commons in 2009-10 was £122,227 and estimated expenditure in 2010-11 is £115,939.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: 1 Parliament Street: Air Conditioning (7 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The Parliamentary Estates Directorate (PED) has recently upgraded the building management system at 1 Parliament street, allowing improved monitoring and control of the air conditioning plant and equipment serving the building. PED also routinely carries out maintenance of the building's ventilation and cooling systems. PED has commissioned a feasibility study into all of the mechanical and...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Air Conditioning Facilities (6 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: A summary of all temperature-related works requests as recorded by the Parliamentary Estates Directorate's computerised case management system is as follows: Number of cases received January to December 2007 January to December 2008 January to December 2009 1 Parliament Street 191 183 194 Norman Shaw North 54 47 56 Norman Shaw South 17 18 17 The Palace of...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Departmental Security (6 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Data on gender and age are not collected as part of the pass issue process. It is not possible to distinguish numbers of males and females in each age group who had passes suspended or revoked without disproportionate work. Information on passes suspended and revoked in each year since November 2007 is set out in the following table. In each case the reason for the suspension or revocation...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Departmental Security (6 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The number of security passes allowing access to the parliamentary estate issued in each category from 2007 to date is set out in the following table: Pass category description 2010 2009 2008 2007 Contractor Works 794 1,406 1,221 229 Contractor Works Escort 165 267 221 55 Ex-Member 149 64 80 22 Full Pass Holder Both Houses 21 56 40 2 Full Pass Holder...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Access (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Security audits in 2004 and 2009 both recommended that the Embankment entrance by the Norman Shaw South building should be closed. This recommendation was endorsed by Members of both Houses on the Joint Committee on Security (JCOS). A significant amount of upgrade work would be needed to make the entrance safe-both for the occupants of the adjacent Norman Shaw Buildings and for the security...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Departmental Security (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The 2009-10 budget for security was set out in the House of Commons Corporate Business Plan 2009-10 at £22.786 million. The outturn against this budget was £21.279 million. The difference between budget and outturn was, in the main, due to effective contract management and the efficient management of the security personnel. The House of Commons Corporate Business Plan 2010-11 provides for a...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Departmental Security (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Government department passes allow access to the Palace of Westminster. Within the House of Commons part of the parliamentary estate, they also allow access to Portcullis House, Canon Row, 2 The Abbey Garden, 1 Parliament Street, Norman Shaw North, Norman Shaw South and 7 Millbank.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Departmental Security (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The parliamentary photo-identity pass may be revoked or suspended by the Serjeant at Arms (House of Commons) or Black Rod (House of Lords): (a) at the request of the sponsor of the pass; (b) during a disciplinary investigation; (c) due to the failure of the individual to attain or retain the required security clearance.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Estate (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The following table lists the office buildings occupied by Departments of the House of Commons, a number of which are also used for the accommodation of Members. They comprise a combination of freehold and leasehold properties. Net Book Values (NBV) are held for freehold buildings only. Premises Tenure Approximate date of occupation Net book value at March 2010 (£ million) ...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Network (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The Parliamentary ICT network is not configured to stream TV services. The annunciators do carry national and international television and radio but the number of channels is limited, and they have all been allocated as determined by the Administration Committee. The House Service is in the process of developing a strategy for upgrading our network services, and will take account of the...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Publications: Internet (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: Target upload times are the same for intranet and internet versions of parliamentary publications. Target upload times are as follows: Publication Target upload times Official Report: Daily Part 8 a.m. Public Bill Committees 12.30 a.m. Chamber and Westminster Hall (Today in the Commons) Three to four hours after delivery of speeches in the Chamber or Westminster Hall,...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Standing Committees: Internet (5 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The aim of placing on the Parliament website the digitised transcripts of Standing Committee debates held prior to 1997 by January 2010 was not met because of a lack of the resources necessary to complete this work. This work will be completed as soon as the necessary resources can be made available.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Education Service (1 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: The Education Service produces a range of materials about Parliament, the work of Members (of both Houses), and political literacy generally. All resources are provided free to schools. While many of the materials are suitable for use by individual pupils, they will primarily be used in the classroom. One publication targeted at pupils directly is the young person's guide entitled 'The Houses...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: House of Commons Staff: Pay (1 Jul 2010)

Stuart Bell: I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 24 June 2010, Official Report, column 293W to the hon. Member for South West Bedfordshire (Andrew Selous). All the staff listed there are officers of the House.


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