Results 1–20 of 1021 for speaker:Mr Andrew Hunter

Written Answers — Health: Continuing Care (24 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people are receiving NHS continuing care in each strategic health authority in England.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Devolved Government (23 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: What measures he proposes to take to assist the restoration of devolved government in Northern Ireland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Devolved Government (23 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: Does the Secretary of State accept that inclusivity is no longer on the agenda, that the provisional republican movement remains the criminal and terrorist organisation that it always has been and that it should be marginalised? It is now time to move forward and restore devolved government in the Province with the minimum further delay, involving all parties, nationalist and Unionist, which...

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: In my constituency we have the ruined Roman town of Silchester, which is enclosed by walls and covers an area of about a mile and a half. According to the Bill, it is an enclosed public area, but more to the point, no one is physically present and in charge of it. It is unmanned.

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: I make it clear at the outset that I have no financial interest to declare in the subject of the debate but, as an enthusiastic member of the Lords and Commons pipe and cigar smokers club, I take a keen personal interest in the matter. The Bill is intriguing. Ostensibly, it is about its title—smoking in public places in Wales. The hon. Member for Cardiff, North (Julie Morgan), who came...

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: The hon. Gentleman knows that the Leader of the House, who is also Secretary of State for Wales, gave assurances only the other day that the legislation that the Government introduced in due course would satisfy the hon. Lady and her supporters.

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: I shall not be here to witness whether those assurances are effected. However, I would have thought that the hon. Member for Bridgend (Mr. Griffiths) would accept his party's assurances.

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: The thrust of my argument today is not about the Bill's contents as they affect smoking or non-smoking but about its constitutional implications. If the hon. Lady bears with me, she will understand that that is the line that I am pursuing. However, to finish my first point, the Secretary of State for Wales said, again on 3 March: "We are not able to support my hon. Friend's Bill for various...

Orders of the Day — Smoking in Public Places (Wales) Bill (18 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: My right hon. Friend emphasises the point that I was trying to make. The extension of the perimeters of devolved government is such a weighty matter that it should be subject to the consideration of the whole House and, I would suggest, in Government time. As hon. Members will know, the Government of Wales Act 1998 created the Welsh Assembly, to which substantial areas of executive competence...

Written Answers — Transport: Foreign Airlines (Disabled People) (4 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) if he will press for measures to ensure that deaf and other disabled people are not refused carriage by foreign airlines operating in the UK unless there are legitimate safety grounds; (2) if he will request that Iberia Airlines apologise to, and compensate, the party of deaf UK passengers, for refusing to carry them on 22 July 2004.

Business of the House (3 Mar 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: Can the Leader of the House give an assurance that on Thursday there will be sufficient time for a full and meaningful debate on the issue of Sinn Fein allowances, that amendments may be tabled and selected and that the debate will not be truncated by other business?

Business of the House (21 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: Further to the point that the Irish Government have publicly and formally identified two Members of the House as members of a terrorist organisation, should not that be a matter of grave concern to the House and one that it should address at the earliest opportunity?

Jeremy Bamber (9 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: Is not the point that the CCRC may be evaluating submissions from Mr. Bamber's solicitor and has the power to request evidence, but the defence does not? The defence's submission to the CCRC is the weaker, because it does not have access, or powers to gain access, to the evidence that the police are allegedly denying it.

Jeremy Bamber (9 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: At 7.35 on the morning of 7 August 1985, officers of the Essex constabulary forcibly entered White House farm, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex. After a search of half an hour, they had found five bodies: those of Neville Bamber, his wife, June, their adopted 28-year-old daughter, Sheila Cafell, and her twin six-year-old sons. At approximately 3.15 that morning, the Bambers' 24-year-old adopted...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police (4 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what assessment has been made of the effect on policing in the event of the closure of the beat house in Preston Candover, Hampshire; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Home Department: Correspondence (2 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when the Minister of State for Citizenship, Immigration and Counter-Terrorism will reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Basingstoke of 24 September 2004 regarding his former constituent Mr. Kamaljit Kanda.

Written Answers — Home Department: Rural Policing (2 Feb 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will encourage (a) police authorities and (b) police forces to give higher priority to rural policing when allocating resources.

Orders of the Day — Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] — 1st Allotted Day: New Clause 1A — Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland (31 Jan 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: I have two brief questions for the Minister. First, on paragraph (b), will he explain the mechanisms whereby the President of the Courts of Northern Ireland can represent the views of the judiciary to the Assembly? I am advised that there are no established mechanisms for that, and it would be helpful if the Minister would explain the practicalities of that dimension. Secondly, on paragraph...

Orders of the Day — Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] — 1st Allotted Day: Clause 4 — Guarantee of continued judicial independence (31 Jan 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: I will be very brief. I have some sympathy for the amendments tabled by my hon. Friend the Member for Stone (Mr. Cash) and the arguments that he advanced in support of them, but in reaching a conclusion on them, it might be helpful if the Minister answered the following two points. First, can he explain why the list of office holders in clauses 4(1) and 5(1) is so limited? Why does the Bill...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police Stations (31 Jan 2005)

Mr Andrew Hunter: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) rural police stations and (b) beat houses have closed in each year since 1997.


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