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Written Answers — Home Department: Women Offenders (4 Apr 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what progress has been made in implementing the 2004 spending review commitment to pilot new approaches to (a) meet the needs of women offenders and (b) reduce the need for custody; and how much has been allocated from Home Office budgets to each.

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Terrorism Bill: Clause 1 — Power to Make Control Orders (9 Mar 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: The law on judicial review, as stated previously by my hon. and learned Friend the Member for Medway (Mr. Marshall-Andrews) and by the right hon. and learned Member for Rushcliffe (Mr. Clarke), would have been accurate in 1948, when the Wednesbury case was decided, but that is no longer accurate following the Daly case in the House of Lords, in which it was stated that the day has come when...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Sure Start (8 Mar 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills if she will make a statement on the effects of the Sure Start programme in the constituency of Wellingborough.

Written Answers — Home Department: Police (24 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department which department of the Prison Service advises prisons on producing information booklets for prisoners; whether the distribution of information booklets in prisons is monitored; and what guidelines have been issued concerning what information should be provided for prisoners (a) on reception and induction into prison and (b) prior to release.

Written Answers — Home Department: Prison Information Booklets (23 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the contractual obligations for privately managed prisons are in relation to the provision of information to prisoners.

Written Answers — Home Department: Prison Service Intranet (23 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether privately managed prisons have access to the Prison Service intranet.

Written Answers — Treasury: Labour Statistics (22 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many (a) unemployed people and (b) unemployed young people there are in the constituency of Wellingborough; and if he will make a statement.

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New clause 4 - CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY BY NEGLIGENT DRIVING (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: With one notable exception, it has been a very good and positive debate. I wish to put on record my thanks for the support that I have received from Liberal Democrat Members, from Labour Back Benchers and from the Minister. I can also record that we have received yet more public support. The postman arrived while we were here this morning—and I have another 200 positive responses in support...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New clause 4 - CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY BY NEGLIGENT DRIVING (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: Of course we need to legislate with mature reflection. The issue has been debated on numerous occasions and considered by many people, not least by the Transport Committee. I believe that the Committee's report was unanimously agreed to. At any rate, it was agreed to by Conservative Members. I thought that the contribution of the hon. Member for Christchurch not only demonstrated a lack of...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New clause 4 - CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY BY NEGLIGENT DRIVING (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I am grateful to hear that, and I am grateful for my hon. Friend's support and for his campaigning on the issue in his constituency and in Parliament. The simple truth is that the measure is neither a conspiracy nor a carve-up. Mr. Melnik is not a party member and he is not a conspirator. He is a grieving dad. I suggest that it says something rather deep about Conservative Members that they...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New clause 4 - CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY BY NEGLIGENT DRIVING (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I beg to ask leave to withdraw the motion. Motion and clause, by leave, withdrawn.

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New Clause 4 - Causing death or serious injury by negligent driving (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman for his extremely gracious response to the new clause. When such a measure appears in a Bill, will he support it?

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New Clause 4 - Causing death or serious injury by negligent driving (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: The hon. Member for Christchurch is suggesting that we have cooked something up for party political advantage. Would he care to confirm that every Conservative Member received a letter from Peter and Tracey Melnik, which I posted in advance of Second Reading, and that the hon. Member for South Suffolk, who led in that debate, even quoted from it, thus giving every Conservative Member an...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New Clause 4 - Causing death or serious injury by negligent driving (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I beg to move, That the clause be read a Second time. The new clause stands in my name and in that of my hon. Friend the Member for Liverpool, Riverside (Mrs. Ellman). I am delighted to inform the Minister and the Whips Office that I am no longer a disloyal rebel but a proud proponent of Government policy. I am delighted to be the first MP to be able to put on the record the fact that the...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New Clause 4 - Causing death or serious injury by negligent driving (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I thank my hon. Friend for those kind words. The purpose and effect of new clause 4 is almost identical to Government policy. The only difference is that the new clause would implement a slightly different maximum potential prison sentence. However, the general purpose is identical: to introduce into the law of the United Kingdom for the first time the offence of causing death by careless...

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: New Clause 1 - Alcohol-prescribed limits (3 Feb 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: At this time, of all times, when we are liberalising the licensing laws to encourage responsible rather than binge drinking, would it be appropriate to support a new clause, such as the one under discussion, while   consistently arguing that when one drinks one has to be responsible, and that part of that responsibility is never to drive afterwards?

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: Clause 19 - Careless, and inconsiderate, driving (27 Jan 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: My hon. Friend has heard the Opposition's argument that retaining the culpability test is appropriate, in order to mark bad driving more seriously. Is he therefore surprised that the amendment would prevent a more serious mark in any incident where death did not occur?

Public Bill Committee: Road Safety Bill: Clause 19 - Careless, and inconsiderate, driving (27 Jan 2005)

Mr Paul Stinchcombe: I am obliged to the hon. Gentleman for giving way. I ask him once more to state clearly whether he believes that it is right or wrong for there to be a more serious offence, marked by a more serious potential sentence, when careless driving causes death, than where it does not.


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