Results 181–200 of 211 for speaker:Mr Iain Coleman

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Housing (13 Jul 2001)

Mr Iain Coleman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions (1) what consultation his Department has carried out to date over his policy on rent restructuring with (a) local authority tenants, (b) registered social landlord tenants, (c) local authorities and (d) registered social landlords; (2) what plans his Department has to consult the representatives of local...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Housing (13 Jul 2001)

Mr Iain Coleman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions what his Department's most recent estimate is of the average increase of housing association tenants' rents in the next 10 years in real terms (a) in total and (b) in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Housing (13 Jul 2001)

Mr Iain Coleman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions what discretion in percentage terms his Department intends to give to local authorities in respect of the overall level of rents.

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Housing (13 Jul 2001)

Mr Iain Coleman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions when his Department expects to publish the consultation document on restructuring the housing revenue account subsidy system; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Housing (10 Jul 2001)

Mr Iain Coleman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions what plans his Department has to introduce new target rents for newly built or procured properties on first lettings; and if he will make a statement.

Policing (London) (23 Jun 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: I am pleased to have this opportunity to contribute to this debate. I shall be brief because I am acutely conscious that a significant number of other hon. Members wish to speak. I shall raise a couple of local issues and a couple of initiatives that are crucial to policing in my constituency of Hammersmith and Fulham. I am pleased to report that there is an increasingly close working...

Asylum Seekers (12 Apr 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Asylum Seekers (12 Apr 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Asylum Seekers (12 Apr 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Learning and Skills Bill [Lords] (30 Mar 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: 1 welcome the Bill and the objectives for further education and training that it embodies. I should like to concentrate briefly—I am aware that many other hon. Members wish to speak—on one aspect of the Bill that, although it comprises a relatively small proportion of the Bill's content, has wide implications for the structure of local education authority sixth form provision across...

Orders of the Day — Learning and Skills Bill [Lords] (30 Mar 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: I do not want this to turn into a mutual admiration society, so I shall try to make some progress with my speech. The academy provides a truly comprehensive service, catering for young people of all abilities and backgrounds, and adding value for all of them. Its history since its establishment six years ago constitutes an increasingly encouraging success story. When it was established,...

Local Deprivation Index (28 Jan 2000)

Mr Iain Coleman: I am most grateful for the opportunity to raise the issue of the index of local deprivation in this Adjournment debate. Many hon. Members will be well acquainted with the index, but some Members may be unfamiliar with the detail. Although the niceties of the subject are immensely complicated and enmeshed in highly technical detail, the workings of the index are crucial to local authorities....

Policing (London) (16 Jul 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: I shall take the opportunity of this debate to highlight an initiative in my constituency. I shall be brief, because many other hon. Members wish to speak. Before I do so, however, I wish to deal with something that was said earlier in the debate. It gives me no pleasure to have to say this, and I am sorry that the hon. Member for Ryedale (Mr. Greenway) has now left the Chamber—I tried to...

Policing (London) (16 Jul 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

New Clause 6: Support for Children (16 Jun 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: I should like to begin as many of my hon. Friends have done, by warmly welcoming many of the Government amendments. I am especially pleased that the Government have significantly increased the cash element in the support package for asylum seekers. I should like also to join almost every other Labour Member who has spoken by paying tribute to the sensitive way in which my right hon. Friend...

Council Tax Benefit (28 Apr 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: The subject of this debate—which should have been titled on the Order Paper "Council tax benefit regulations" rather than "Council tax benefit regulation"—may appear rather dry and obscure to those unfamiliar with the issues, even by the standards of Back-Bench Adjournment debates. However, I am acutely conscious of the concerns and the financial problems caused to some of the poorest and...

Council Tax Benefit (28 Apr 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: My hon. Friend makes a good point. It is true that the introduction of the new measures has revealed a range of bizarre and peculiar anomalies, which I hope will be dealt with by the consultants in their review. My local authority has a record that is second to none in London for developing new affordable housing in conjunction with housing association partners and other agencies and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Libya (20 Apr 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: If he will make a statement on the United Kingdom's relations with Libya. [79952]

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Libya (20 Apr 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: I thank my right hon. Friend for that reply. Does he agree that the most important outcome of this affair is that at last the families of those who were brutally murdered at Lockerbie will be able to see the men accused of that terrible crime stand trial?

Stephen Lawrence Inquiry (29 Mar 1999)

Mr Iain Coleman: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for calling me to speak in this interesting debate. Given the lack of time, my speech will be brief. It is crucial that, above all else, we learn the key lessons from Stephen's tragic death. We all have a duty, particularly those of us in public life, to examine our conduct and consciences to ensure that we have done so. Are we certain that our actions are...


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