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Results 121–140 of 476 for speaker:Bill Olner

Hunting Act 2004 (22 Mar 2007)

Bill Olner: In the four minutes remaining, I hope that the Minister will address the right hon. Lady's point that it is important not only to get evidence but to protect the evidence givers and gatherers. Incitement to break the law is also a tremendously important issue, and we should seriously address that on a national basis.

Hunting Act 2004 (22 Mar 2007)

Bill Olner: Most of the hunts have moved on to drag hunting, lure hunting and so on. An awful lot of the hunts talk of disobeying the law but are actually obeying it, and that worries me considerably.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Construction Industry Training (12 Mar 2007)

Bill Olner: Will my hon. Friend speak to his colleagues to ensure that the young people who are enticed into training go on to get full-time apprenticeships—not short, modern apprenticeships—where they can learn all the skills necessary for them to be of use not only to the London area, but to the entire country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Climate Change (8 Mar 2007)

Bill Olner: The Secretary of State has mentioned talks that he has had with other countries about the important issue of climate change, but has he had any words with other Government Departments, because ways to reduce energy include the use of smart metering and LED lighting? Should not such measures be brought into building regulations, particularly for new commercial and residential properties?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Local Authority Recycling (1 Feb 2007)

Bill Olner: Does the hon. Gentleman want more regulation?

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. I must bring the hon. Gentleman back to the debate, which is on the future of the British Army.

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. The hon. Gentleman's remarks must be in the context of the British Army.

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. That is two mistakes that the hon. Gentleman has made. He has again strayed into a debate that took place in the Chamber last week and I do not intend to return to that. I call Mr. Gerald Howarth.

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. The hon. Lady's intervention is too long.

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. The hon. Gentleman said that he was about to finish. I remind him that he has spoken for longer than the hon. Member for Crosby (Mrs. Curtis-Thomas), who secured the debate.

British Army (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. That does not relate to the future of the British Army. The hon. Gentleman is straying into foreign policy. We are not having a debate on that so he should conclude his remarks.

[Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair] — Hertfordshire Housing Target (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: That is not a point of order for the Chair, but I take it that the Minister has heard the comments.

[Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair] — Hertfordshire Housing Target (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. Before the hon. Lady rises to that bait, I remind her that we are debating Hertfordshire housing targets.

[Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair] — Hertfordshire Housing Target (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Just as long as the hon. Lady realises that ladies wear trousers as well.

[Mr. Bill Olner in the Chair] — Hertfordshire Housing Target (30 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. We are ranging fairly widely. The debate is about housing in Hertfordshire.

Public Bill Committee: Statistics and Registration Service Bill: Clause 66 (25 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Dr. Iddon was just bringing his remarks to a close.

Public Bill Committee: Statistics and Registration Service Bill: Clause 66 (25 Jan 2007)

Bill Olner: Order. The hon. Lady should not be tempting my colleague into talking about something that is not actually in the Bill.


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