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Civil Contingencies Bill (19 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: Does my hon. and learned Friend agree that one of the basic human rights is life, and that if we as elected politicians were not to take actions to protect the electorate from the clear threat that faces this country at the moment we would be remiss and would be letting down the citizens who elected us to this place?

Civil Contingencies Bill (19 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: Does my right hon. Friend agree that although local responders and local authorities have a democratic mandate, the resilience teams, which currently seem vague, are not under control and have no mandate? Does he agree that there could be a clash between local authorities, which are under the democratic control of councillors, and what could be described as unelected, unaccountable regional...

NHS Performance Indicators (7 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: My right hon. Friend knows that I have been critical of the new health trust in Durham and the way in which it has been managed—I continue to have those reservations. However, three hospitals have been built in Durham since 1997, so does he agree that the situation is different from that under the Conservatives? A new hospital opened in my constituency last year, which replaced a...

NHS Performance Indicators (7 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: rose—

NHS Performance Indicators (7 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: Will my right hon. Friend give way?

NHS Performance Indicators (7 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: I am grateful to my right hon. Friend for again giving way. The history of star rating that we have been given this afternoon has been interesting for the anoraks, but may I draw his attention to the fact that the abolition of the South Durham trust and the transfer of most of its management, including the chief executive, to the new County Durham trust raises issues that need to be...

Written Answers — Health: County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals Trust (5 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many North Durham patients chose to have operations carried out at Bishop Auckland hospital in the last 12 months; (2) how many patients have been admitted to Bishop Auckland Hospital as a result of beds being unavailable at the University Hospital, Durham.

Written Answers — Health: County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals Trust (5 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many patients who are under the care of consultants in County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals NHS Trust have been treated in the private sector, and at what cost, in the last 12 months.

Written Answers — Health: County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals Trust (5 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list the non-executive members of the County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals NHS Trust; and in which parliamentary constituency each lives.

Written Answers — Health: County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals Trust (5 Jan 2004)

Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the costs were of establishing the County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals NHS Trust; and how much of these costs was associated with establishing management structures.

Christmas Adjournment (18 Dec 2003)

Kevan Jones: I should like to raise our constituents' ability to gain justice when a wrong is committed against them or a member of their family. I shall give two different examples of circumstances faced by my constituents in North Durham over the past year. Each constituent was let down by the system, and left angry and disillusioned with the legal system. The first case concerns Mrs. Ann Stevens of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (15 Dec 2003)

Kevan Jones: What measures his Department has introduced to promote security in the UK area of operations in Iraq.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (15 Dec 2003)

Kevan Jones: Although yesterday's announcement of the capture of Saddam Hussein was widely welcomed, it is recognised that attacks on coalition forces will continue. Many of those attacks will be organised by groups and individuals from outside Iraq. Can my right hon. Friend assure us that the utmost is being done to prevent those individuals from entering Iraq, and that British personnel in southern Iraq...

International Affairs (27 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: Although no one wants to see a duplication of NATO planning, does my right hon. Friend agree that the benefits of defence co-operation in Europe will clearly be of advantage not just to the UK but to other European Parliaments? For example, there will be greater capacity for heavy lift and other capabilities within Europe, which we often look to the United States to provide but in future...

Debate on the Address — [First Day] (26 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: I am sad to hear that Southend has been passed by. County Durham has been given an extra 100 police officers and an extra 25 community support officers since 1997, and crime in my constituency has fallen by 50 per cent. What is unique about Southend?

Debate on the Address — [First Day] (26 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: Does the right hon. Gentleman agree that those powers were transferred not under the Liberals or the Labour party, but under Conservative Governments?

Regional Government (North-east) (12 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: The hon. Member for Hexham mentioned the Tyne and Wear development corporation. Does my hon. Friend agree that two institutions that needed public accountability and exposure were the Teesside and the Tyneside development corporations set up by the last Tory Government?

Regional Government (North-east) (12 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: The hon. Gentleman should remember what the Conservative Government did to my constituency, North Durham. They decimated the coal industry and closed down the shipbuilding industry on Teesside, Sunderland, Wearside and Tyneside. I must also correct the hon. Gentleman—the Tyne and Wear development corporation squandered millions of pounds on schemes that did not come through. Today's...

Public Bill Committee: European Parliamentary and Local Elections (Pilots) Bill: Clause 4 - Electoral commission report (4 Nov 2003)

Kevan Jones: The hon. Gentleman made a serious accusation that the Electoral Commission is in the Government's pocket, although he tried to hide the accusation by defending the integrity of individual members of the commission. Can he give an example of the commission being in the pay of the Government?


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