Results 41–60 of 2887 for speaker:Charles Walker

C. Supplementary provisions (21 Apr 2020)

Charles Walker: I thank my right hon. Friend for all her work. I also thank her Committee and its most excellent Clerk—one of the most talented Clerks in the House of Commons. My right hon. Friend is right in what she said earlier. The best way that I—and, I am sure, she—can represent constituents to the Chancellor, the Financial Secretary and the Chief Secretary to the Treasury is in person. The...

Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: I thank Broxbourne Borough Council, particularly the leader and the chief executive and all the staff for their brilliant work in co-ordinating aid and support across my borough. They are fantastic people, working with a range of heroes. There is an army of black cab drivers in and around London, itching to get involved, like the Spitfires in 1940. If we need to get doctors and nurses safely...

British Steel Industry (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Minister, you have until 5.53 pm at the latest to sit down, so that we can allow the mover of the motion, Mr Kinnock, to wind up.

British Steel Industry (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Order. It is traditional in a one-hour debate that the Front Bench speaks for five minutes. I have been lenient because the hon. Lady took an intervention, but can we move on? Mr Stafford, you have not been here for the whole debate, so I think we will just let her continue.

British Steel Industry (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: I will call the Minister no later than 5.33 pm.

Palestinian School Curriculum: Radicalisation — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Minister, you have a minute and a half left.

Palestinian School Curriculum: Radicalisation — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Mr Gullis, you have until no later than 4.27 pm to wrap up.

Palestinian School Curriculum: Radicalisation — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Before I call the Minister, I would just point out to him that if he stops speaking at 4.25 pm, that will give the mover of the motion two minutes to wind up. I call the Minister.

Palestinian School Curriculum: Radicalisation — [Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (10 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: We did have one more speaker, but he is obviously detained in his office or somewhere else, so I will go straight to the Front Bencher from the Scottish National party, who has 10 minutes.

Eating Disorders Awareness Week — [Andrew Rosindell in the Chair] (5 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: It is a great pleasure to follow my right hon. Friend the Member for Knowsley (Sir George Howarth). I call him my right hon. Friend because I have been working with him on diabulimia. He has huge expertise in the area and I am rather new to the field. I shall be brief. We are all occasionally touched by surgery cases we get, and about 10 months ago a couple came to see me whose daughter had...

Housing and Planning — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (3 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Minister, will you leave just two minutes at the end for Mr O’Brien to wrap up, please?

Housing and Planning — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (3 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: We will have to drop the time limit on speeches to three minutes.

Housing and Planning — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (3 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Colleagues, before I call Mr O’Brien to move the motion, I note that there are a lot of speakers. If you intend to speak, I advise you to be parsimonious with interventions, because it is possible that some speakers will be crowded out.

Housing and Planning — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (3 Mar 2020)

Charles Walker: Order. I will impose a four-minute limit to start with, but it will probably drop to three minutes.

Environment Bill (26 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: Let me just say something about protecting the marine environment. By the way, the hubris of this House is just stunning when it comes to the environment. We talk about saving the world, but instead, in England, we have trashed our chalk streams. In Scotland, the salmon farming industry has entirely destroyed the sea lochs of the west coast of Scotland, made them barren of sea life, and...

Environment Bill (26 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: As my right hon. Friend will know, England has 80% of the world’s chalk streams, and successive Governments have failed those chalk streams miserably. The abstraction reforms in this Bill are welcome, but they do not go far enough; nor is there any explicit commitment to building reservoirs, particularly the Abingdon reservoir. Will the Minister reflect on that?

Written Answers — Speaker's Committee for the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority: Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority: Pay (6 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: In 2018-19, the mean salary of the permanent staff at IPSA was £38,930.92.

Innovation in Hospital Design: Climate Justice — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair.] (4 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: Minister, would you leave two minutes at the end, for the mover to wind up?

Innovation in Hospital Design: Climate Justice — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair.] (4 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: Thanks to the discipline of colleagues, the Front-Bench speakers have approximately 12 minutes each, leaving two minutes at the end for the Member who moved the debate to sum up.

Innovation in Hospital Design: Climate Justice — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair.] (4 Feb 2020)

Charles Walker: If everybody sticks to about six minutes, we should get all Back Benchers in. If you do not stick to six minutes, I will introduce a time limit.


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