Results 6081–6100 of 6106 for speaker:Michael Fabricant

Committee on Standards (3 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Will my right hon. Friend give way?

Transport: Glasgow Airport: Airspace Modernisation (4 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Is my hon. Friend aware that Rolls-Royce is now developing an aviation jet engine that will run on 100% sustainable fuel? When that happens, will it not show that flying can be not only fun but clean?

Transport: Topical Questions (4 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: The Birmingham cross-city line is, I am told, the second busiest rail line in the whole United Kingdom. A continuation of it is the route from Lichfield to Burton via the National Memorial Arboretum. At present, that line is only used for freight traffic. Will my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State visit—without a harness—so that he can have a look at the rail line for himself and...

Transport: Topical Questions (4 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Yes, I’d like that.

Points of Order (17 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. I have just received word on the wires that the Leader of the Opposition—I did not hear this at the time, because there was so much noise—called the Prime Minister a coward. Surely that is in breach of “Erskine May”, is improper and should be withdrawn.

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Homes: Climate Standards (29 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Has my hon. Friend examined the advantages of ground and air heat pumps? I know it is difficult in smaller buildings to have ground pumps because of the large infrastructure required, but air pumps are a little more possible, so what encouragement can the Government give to retrofit such pumps to existing homes?

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Israeli-Palestinian Peace Fund and Designation of Organisations (30 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Most of us on the Conservative side of the House welcome the Government’s decision to proscribe the so-called political wing of Hamas, but will my right hon. Friend outline the pact that has been drawn up following the visit of the Israeli Foreign Minister to the United Kingdom a couple of days ago?

Points of Order (30 Nov 2021)

Michael Fabricant: On a point of order, Mr Speaker, which I have not given you notice of and which actually is for you. I have been noticing over the last few Question Times that there is a growing trend of Back Benchers on both sides of the House reading long questions word for word rather than using notes or even actually memorising a question. I just wonder whether it might be worthwhile, if you have a view...

Cop26: COP27: Finance for Loss and Damage (1 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: What a creep! [Laughter.]

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (6 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether the NHS Covid Travel pass on the NHS App in England will be adapted to show the date of the third and any subsequent booster shots.

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (9 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Although hon. Members on both sides of the House are justified in saying that it took a long time to restore power following Storm Arwen, is the Minister aware that when Storm Sandy hit the east coast of the United States, it took six months to restore power in some parts of southern Manhattan?

Church Commissioners: Parish Ministry (9 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: My hon. Friend said earlier—[Interruption.] Good point. I ask question 8.

Church Commissioners: Cathedrals: Sustainable Incomes (9 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: What discussions the Church Commissioners have had with the deans of English cathedrals on methodologies to generate sustainable incomes.

Church Commissioners: Cathedrals: Sustainable Incomes (9 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: Take two, Mr Speaker. My hon. Friend said earlier in answer to a previous question that according to the Treasury, £50 billion is generated for the economy by our lovely English cathedrals, including, of course, the 800-year-old cathedral in Lichfield. Cathedrals are not just places for worship; they are used as vaccination centres and concert halls, and even for political hustings and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Correspondence (13 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to correspondence from her Department to the hon. Member for Lichfield's office dated 7 December 2021 on a constituent's communication on immigration, which stated that her Department's Private Office Direct Communications Unit would not reply due to their judgment that the constituent’s email was of a racist and...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Health Services: Israel (20 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what collaboration is taking place between the UK and Israel in the digital health sector; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Canal and River Trust: Finance (20 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what plans he has to renew the annual grant to the Canal and River Trust when the current funding period ends; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Department for International Trade: Overseas Trade: Israel (20 Dec 2021)

Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, what recent steps the Government has taken to support bilateral trade with Israel.

Wales: Support for Businesses (5 Jan 2022)

Michael Fabricant: Having spent Boxing day and new year’s in Wales, the home of my beloved mother, I met a number of business people in the evening who said that Mark Drakeford’s plans for covid restrictions were nothing but political posturing and that they were damaging their economy. Have they got it wrong?

Covid-19 Update (5 Jan 2022)

Michael Fabricant: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the eyes of the world are literally upon us, with The New York Times and newspapers in France, Germany and Israel, among others, talking about the Prime Minister’s bold initiative in sticking to plan B and recognising that omicron is less serious than previous variants? They say that Britain was the first to recognise that, and that we were the first to...


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