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Results 61–80 of 976 for speaker:Professor Ross Cranston

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Zimbabwe (19 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what reports he has assessed on the operation of the justice system in Zimbabwe.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Zimbabwe (19 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what action he is taking to encourage steps to improve the justice system in Zimbabwe.

Written Answers — Health: Medical Negligence Report (18 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps he has taken to implement the recommendations of the report, Making Amends, by the Chief Medical Officer on medical negligence (2003).

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Regulation (18 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what steps he has taken to implement the recommendations of the Better Regulation Task Force report, Better Routes to Redress (2004).

Orders of the Day — Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] (17 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: I declare my interest as a lawyer and part-time judge. I see one other Member in the Chamber who sits as a recorder. I want to start with the important principles that are set out in clauses 1 and 4, which deal with the rule of law and judicial independence. It is vital that we focus on principle so as to build a system in accordance with principle. Other important values include equality...

Orders of the Day — Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] (17 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: It seems to me that the Bill will provide a firm underpinning, especially in the principles set out at its very beginning, for the standing of our judiciary. I will come on to that in a moment, and I will acknowledge that the standing of our judges is unrivalled, both in their merit and in the quality of their decision making. I have said in earlier debates that there has to be mutual respect...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Living Spaces Programme (17 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how much has been spent in Dudley on the living spaces project in (a) 2003–04 and (b) 2004–05; what the money has been spent on; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Community Legal Service (17 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what his most recent estimate is of the amount spent on civil (non-criminal) law by the community legal service, as a percentage of the total expenditure on legal services in the UK economy.

Orders of the Day — Consumer Credit Bill (13 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: I welcome the Bill, which must be viewed in the wider context of "Promoting Financial Inclusion", which the Treasury published as part of the pre-Budget report, and the strategy on over-indebtedness. Both documents emphasised the role that credit unions can play. However, it is high time for a review. I accept and welcome the fact that we have a vibrant credit industry but there are...

Written Answers — Transport: Midland Metro (13 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what assessment he has made of the likely (a) start and (b) completion date for construction of the extension of the Midland Metro light rapid transit system from Wednesbury to Brierley Hill; and if he will make a statement.

Guantanamo Bay (11 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: I congratulate my right hon. Friend, who is right to put the issue in context. He mentioned the work of the Attorney-General, and I am sure that many of us at this end of the building would like to commend the work of our right hon. and learned Friend in securing this result. Will the Government continue to insist that unless the United States applies international legal standards, in terms...

Community Railways (11 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: I commend my hon. Friend the Member for Scarborough and Whitby (Lawrie Quinn) for taking the lead nationally on several health and safety issues and on this issue. I wish to talk about the matter in a slightly different way and deal with the rolling stock that is used on community railways. The black country has always been a centre for technological innovation. In particular, Parry People...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Legal Aid (11 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what estimate he has made of the amount of interest generated on solicitors' client accounts which are not returned to clients in the last year for which figures are available; and what assessment he has made of the practical problems of introducing a policy of using this interest to fund legal aid.

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what role the armed forces have played in the reconstruction of Iraq.

Written Answers — Home Department: Off-licence Alcohol Sales (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many prosecutions there have been for off-licence alcohol sales to people (a) already under the influence of alcohol and (b) under the age of 18 years in each of the last 10 years.

Written Answers — Home Department: Community Punishments (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the target was for Enhanced Community Punishment commencements in England and Wales in 2003–04; and whether that target was achieved.

Written Answers — Home Department: Court Reports (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what percentage of court reports written for the courts in England and Wales by the National Probation Service were produced within 15 days of a request for that report in the last period for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Home Department: Court Reports (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether any probation areas in England and Wales reported that they had failed to produce court reports within the 15 days work standard because of staff shortages, vacancies or resource issues in the last period for which information is available.

Written Answers — Home Department: Criminal Justice Intervention Panels (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the cost of the Criminal Justice Intervention panels in the 2004–05 financial year will be; and which authorities will be liable to fund them.

Written Answers — Home Department: Criminal Justice Intervention Panels (10 Jan 2005)

Professor Ross Cranston: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what impact the Criminal Justice Intervention panels are expected to have on local criminal justice and drug organisations.


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