Results 121–140 of 844 for speaker:Mr Bill Tynan

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Working Time Directive (12 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are...

Niger Delta (6 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: I welcome the opportunity to raise the issue of stability in the Niger delta. Throughout Africa, abject poverty, malnutrition, clean drinking water, education and medical care are important issues, which we must address if we are to resolve Africa's problems. Poverty and terror are linked in a complex process, leading from poverty to frustration, a sense of injustice and bitterness, division...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Breast Cancer Screening (6 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: How many women have benefited from the extension of the breast cancer screening programme to those aged between 65 and 70 years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Breast Cancer Screening (6 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: My hon. Friend will know that statistics show that currently, a third of all women aged over 70 suffer from breast cancer. Although I congratulate the Government on extending the programme to those aged 70, will she consider a further extension to take into account giving an automatic recall to those aged over 70?

Personal Indebtedness and Savings (5 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: The Government should be praised for their economic record over the past seven years. However, one of the issues that we should address is the practice of the banks in sending offers of loans to individuals that make it very easy—especially for young people—to fall into debt. Do the Government intend to deal with that problem, which discourages saving and increases indebtedness?

Personal Indebtedness and Savings (5 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: The right hon. Gentleman has made great play of his belief that means-tested benefits are the main problem in terms of poverty. What would he tell the individual in my constituency who found that she did not qualify for the minimum income guarantee because she had £26,000 in the bank, and now finds herself—with that £26,000 in the bank—gaining by £46 a week from pension tax credit?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Pensions (5 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: My hon. Friend will recognise that sometimes employees transfer to inferior schemes. Will he support re-examining compulsion—whereby the employer has to put in 10 per cent. and the employee 5 per cent., for example—to ensure that we create an occupational pension scheme that is fair to all in the event of a transfer?

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Renewable Energy (5 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what level of reserve capacity would be required in order to safeguard continuity of electricity supply from (a) tidal, (b) wave, (c) on-shore wind and (d) off-shore wind electrical generating capacity.

Written Answers — Scotland: Working Time Directive (1 Jul 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Treasury: Working Time Directive (30 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Scotland: Housing Supply (29 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what discussions he has had with the Scottish Executive regarding the Barker Review.

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Carers (29 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what assessment he has made of proposals for paying a wage for carers.

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Horse Racing (Scotland) (28 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will make a statement on the consequences for horse racing in Scotland of the Office of Fair Trading Report on the Modernisation of British Horse Racing.

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Working Time Directive (28 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many employees in her Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from, the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in her Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures...

Written Answers — Wales: Working Time Directive (24 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Working Time Directive (24 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are available.

Written Answers — Home Department: Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (24 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) if he will place in the Library a copy of the (a) agenda and (b) minutes of the meeting of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs of 28 November 2002; (2) who the members of the Statistics, Information and Research Committee of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs were in (a) 2001, (b) 2002 and (c) 2003; and what the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (24 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what research has been promoted by the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Treasury: Tax Credits (23 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many payments have been made in respect of (a) unnecessary worry and distress and (b) postage and telephone expenses in respect of tax credits in each of the last three years; what the total value of these payments was in each of the last three years; and what proportion of these (i) have been and (ii) will be reclaimed from companies providing...

Written Answers — Home Department: Working Time Directive (23 Jun 2004)

Mr Bill Tynan: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many employees in his Department have (a) signed a formal opt out from and (b) are exempt from the Working Time Directive; and how many employees in his Department have recorded hours, including any accruing on a flexitime basis, in excess of the maximum allowed under the Working Time Directive in the last month for which figures are...


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