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Written Answers — Treasury: Excise Duties: Biofuels (16 Dec 2008)

Dari Taylor: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer with reference to the written ministerial statement of 13 November 2008, Official Report, columns 66-7WS, on the Draft Renewable Transport Fuel Obligations (Amendment) Order 2009, if he will reassess the merits of his plans to remove the fuel duty rebate for biofuels in 2010-11 following the discovery of the drafting error in the 2007 Order.

Points of Order: Emergency Debate — Pre-Budget Report (26 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Points of Order: Emergency Debate — Pre-Budget Report (26 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: Is the hon. Gentleman saying, as many economists and serious commentators in the press are saying, that the mess we are in today is in part, and a good part, a consequence of the actions of the City of London and incompetent bankers?

Points of Order: Emergency Debate — Pre-Budget Report (26 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: rose—

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Pre-Budget Report (24 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: I most warmly welcome the statement. I particularly welcome the new tax on salaries of over £150,000. I think that my constituents will see the tax as a just tax, and therefore it will be a popular tax. Will the Chancellor reassure the House that that tax will be collected and that we will not find that people who ought to pay that tax will avoid it by having part of their salaries paid in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Further Education (20 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: Does my right hon. Friend accept that some further education principals and staff have expressed concern that the expertise that they have developed over time may be lost now that they are to be part of the administration of the local education authorities? I ask the Secretary of State to state clearly, from the Dispatch Box, that we expect a partnership of equals to be developed. The...

Energy and Climate Change: Topical Questions (13 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: I would appreciate it if one of the energy and climate change team would state clearly and boldly that biofuels are essential if we are to achieve our emissions targets. Will one of them visit the biofuels companies and farmers in the north-east? I should greatly appreciate that, as sustainable and innovative food and fuel projects are being developed that are receiving millions of pounds in...

Business of the House: Regional Accountability (12 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: Speaking as Member of Parliament for a constituency in the north-east, does my right hon. and learned Friend accept that big organisations often set priorities that my constituents neither have any involvement in nor feel that they are a part of, and they believe that through a Select Committee—through me—they have a chance of being heard?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Iran (11 Nov 2008)

Dari Taylor: Does my hon. Friend believe that the strength of economic and political ties between Russia and Iran is undermining international sanctions aimed at putting an end to the Iranians' development of nuclear power?

Deferred Divisions: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill [Lords] (22 Oct 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am most grateful to the right hon. Gentleman for giving way, Mr. Deputy Warden. Sorry—I meant Mr. Deputy Speaker.

Deferred Divisions: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill [Lords] (22 Oct 2008)

Dari Taylor: It does; my right hon. Friend is quite right. Does the right hon. Gentleman not accept that over the past 20 years, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority—the regulatory authority in question—has controlled this complex and often fast-moving scientific area, ensured public confidence and become the envy of the world? Is he seriously saying to the House that it is prepared to...

Deferred Divisions: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill [Lords] (22 Oct 2008)

Dari Taylor: Does my hon. Friend accept that many of the fears expressed about ethics this afternoon stem from the fact that between 80 and 90 per cent. of the work done is done in private—with all the dangers that could attach itself to that fact? That is what people are worried about. Much of the work is not done within the NHS. Fears about ethics arise and worries remain because, however good the...

Point of Order: Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill [ Lords] (Programme) (No. 2) (22 Oct 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am very disappointed to have to state that I will have great difficulty in supporting the programme motion this afternoon. I chair the House's all-party fertility group, and am well aware that the community of people outside the House who have serious problems conceiving are looking to the Bill for support. However, the Bill makes no mention of access to NHS facilities—something that was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: National Curriculum Tests (14 Oct 2008)

Dari Taylor: I warmly welcome the Secretary of State's statement this afternoon, but I have serious concerns. It is important that simpler ways of reporting to parents be seen as valuable. I also see getting rid of key stage 3 as totally appropriate. However, I still have serious concerns that we are relying on private companies to deliver a structure, a system and a process. In my day, we relied on the...

Allotments (22 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: We all know about PPG17 and the 1908 Act, and we know that planning gain should reflect that guidance, but the fact is that there are 200 allotments in Thornaby and 60 people waiting. The chances are that they will wait for ever. Other Members do not have allotments in their constituencies at all. We need something more than the current legislation if we are to secure the type and number of...

Allotments (22 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am most grateful to my hon. Friend for giving way. In securing this debate, he has inspired my constituents. Christopher Martin of Thornaby asked me specifically and purposefully to attend. He is pleased that we are debating the matter. It is fortuitous that I am speaking, because Stockton borough council seems to be an exception to the rule. It has invested more than £100,000, which means...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Iraq (22 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: I ask my right hon. Friend to compliment the contribution of the Territorial Army and reservists in Iraq, especially the personnel of the Medical Corps. Will he outline how we would have managed without their deployment in Iraq, and does he not agree that they have been a tremendous force for good?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (22 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: Researching drugs and introducing new products is a fast-changing activity. Does the Minister accept the belief that the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence is not geared up to respond equally quickly? As a consequence, many patients believe that a drug is available, but not in their locality.

Written Answers — Health: Drugs: Equality of Access (22 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps he is taking to achieve equality between areas in access to drugs approved by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Welfare Reform (21 Jul 2008)

Dari Taylor: I warmly welcome the statement. I represent some blind and partially sighted people and the major obstacle we face in terms of Access to Work is making employers confident about employing disabled people. They see the disability, not the ability. How will my right hon. Friend engage with employers to bring them on board and make them feel confident that this is a serious opportunity for them?


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