Results 1–20 of 976 for speaker:Professor Ross Cranston

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Vaccine Damage (7 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions pursuant to the answer of 24 March 2005, Official Report, column 1042W, on vaccine damage, how much each of the payments to victims of vaccine damage was; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Home Department: Alcohol-related Crime (7 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to his answer of 10 January 2005, Official Report, column 266W, on alcohol-related crime, if he will break down the number of defendants by region; what assessment he has made of the reasons for the increase in the number of defendants selling intoxicating liquor to persons under 18 between 2002 and 2003; and if he will make a...

Whistleblowing (5 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I am grateful for your kind remarks. First, I declare my interest as a former trustee and chairman of the whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work. Secondly, I apologise to my hon. Friend the Minister for the Cabinet Office for dragging him here this afternoon. I know that he has many other important and pressing matters on his plate, but I hope to make it...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: School Meals (5 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what advice she (a) has given and (b) plans to give to schools on (i) additives in school meals and (ii) vending machines selling food in schools; and if she will make a statement.

Written Answers — Defence: Vaccine Damage (4 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many payments were made by his Department to children suffering from vaccine damage between 1975 and the introduction of the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) (4 Apr 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what assessment he has made of the level of successful appeals against convictions to the Court of Appeal Criminal Division between 2000 and 2004, with particular reference to the implications for the funding of the Criminal Defence Service; and if he will make a statement.

Attorney-General (Advice on Iraq) (24 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: Does my right hon. Friend accept that no Attorney-General from either party will barter their integrity, and least of all this Attorney-General, who was a leader of the Bar, on such an important matter for purely party political purposes? Does he recall what the Bar Council of England and Wales said about this matter at the time: that the advice and the working papers should not be published...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Vaccine Damage (24 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many payments were made by the predecessors of his Department to victims of vaccine damage between 1975 and the introduction of the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Judges (23 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs what estimate he has made of the difference in cost of permanently locating a High Court judge or judges in a large commercial centre such as Birmingham compared with the costs of the present system of visiting High Court judges.

Written Answers — Home Department: Civil Servants (22 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many civil servants worked at (a) Prison Service headquarters, (b) Probation headquarters and (c) National Offender Management Service headquarters on 31 December 2004; what the estimated numbers are for 31 December 2005; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Dudley College (22 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what assessment she has made of the financial implications for Dudley college of the funding gap with school sixth forms; and if she will make a statement on when she expects the funding gap to be narrowed.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Dudley College (22 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills (1) whether her Department will fully fund courses for adults at Level 3 at Dudley College in 2005/06; (2) whether she expects fees for courses above Level 2 for adults to rise at Dudley College in 2005/06.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Dudley College (22 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills if she will take steps to ensure that fee concessions remain in place for those aged 60 years who wish to attend Dudley College.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Non-family Civil Legal Aid (21 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what percentage of the population was eligible for non-family civil legal aid in each of the last 20 years; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Home Department: Civil Servants (16 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether an estimate has been made of the potential efficiency savings of merging the Prison and Probation Services headquarters functions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Constitutional Affairs: Legal Services (EU) (15 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: May I congratulate my hon. Friend and the Government on all that they are doing to promote UK legal services not only in Europe but around the world? Is it not true that many foreign lawyers practise in London and throughout the UK, and that countries that adopt a restrictive approach to this issue—be they in Europe or elsewhere—are cutting off their nose to spite their face?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Afghanistan (14 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: What progress was made on issues relating to Afghanistan at the recent NATO summit in Nice.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Afghanistan (14 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: In relation to Question 4, my right hon. Friend heard from both sides of the House that it is vital that the UK and NATO play an essential part in stabilising Afghanistan. The Department is good at responding to correspondence, but it is disturbing that the Afghanistan entry on the MOD website has not been updated since 2002. Can he give an absolute assurance that the Department fully...

Written Answers — Home Department: National Offender Management Service (14 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether there will be duplication of responsibility between the headquarters of the National Offender Management Service and the headquarters of the Prison and Probation Services.

Written Answers — Home Department: National Offender Management Service (14 Mar 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what consideration was given to merging the Prison and Probation Services into one, prior to the publication of the Carter Report.


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