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Adjournment (Whitsun) (26 May 2005)

Justine Greening: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, for calling me to deliver my maiden speech before the Whitsun recess. I am particularly pleased to follow the hon. Member for Cardiff, Central (Jenny Willott), because she was one of the first new Members from the other parties whom I met when I came to the House. It is especially pleasing to follow her. I congratulate my hon. Friends the Members for...

EU Constitution (8 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: How many no results from referendums would be necessary before the hon. Gentleman took a different view—that the people of Europe should be listened to?

EU Constitution (8 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: Thank you for allowing me to intervene. You just talked about the size of the EU budget being minimal compared with that of the US. Are you saying that you believe it represents value for money?

EU Constitution (8 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: The hon. Gentleman talked about the percentage of GDP spent in Europe on running the European Union and related it back to the United States. May I take it that he therefore believes that the European Union's budget represents value for taxpayers' money?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Royal Parks Agency (13 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: What steps the Royal Parks Agency takes to ensure that its policies reflect the views of communities living next to and using their parks.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Royal Parks Agency (13 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: The Minister will know that the closure of the Robin Hood gate has caused serious congestion and road safety issues in my constituency. How can that process properly reflect local residents' views when it ignores Wandsworth borough council, which is against the closure; ignores me, not just as a candidate but as, now, an elected Member of Parliament representing residents who want the gate to...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Royal Parks Agency (16 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will make it her policy to ensure that the Royal Parks Agency takes full account of the environmental and social impact on communities and areas surrounding Royal Parks whendecisions are taken to restrict car access to those parks.

Special Schools and Special Educational Needs (22 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: I fully endorse what my hon. Friend is saying about the policy of inclusion, which is forcing parents to put their children into mainstream schools. In my area, special needs schools have falling rolls. That places local councils in an impossible position if they wish to continue providing special needs access in the long term as well as the short term. [Interruption.]

Aviation (South-East) (22 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: I absolutely agree that residents should have better noise monitoring and ability to report noise. In Putney, residents are asked to phone a hotline at the moment, which at 4.30 am when they are woken up by night flights generally just takes messages and is an incredibly frustrating experience for them. Does not the hon. Lady agree that they should be able to talk to a real person and should...

Aviation (South-East) (22 Jun 2005)

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Aviation (South-East) (22 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: I thank the hon. Lady. Does she agree that last year's White Paper was fundamentally flawed? It proposed to expand Heathrow, to end mixed mode and to put in a third runway, but in its appendix it was admitted that doing so would break not only rules on CO 2 emissions but those on air quality—NO 2 emissions—on the ground, and that at the moment there was no prospect of exploring that. The...

Aviation (South-East) (22 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: Thank you, Mr. Cook. I will keep my comments brief. I echo the concerns already expressed by hon. Members on the sustainability of the development of aviation in the south-east. My concern is about Heathrow. Planes come in to land at that airport directly over Putney, and my postbag is full of letters from people who are extremely worried about the proposals in the latest White Paper for a...

Aviation (South-East) (22 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: I certainly do agree with my hon. Friend. It is time that we took responsibility for the noise created by individual planes that land at airports. We need to take a fresh look at the economic case for developing Heathrow; I would argue that as well as people flying in close by, my constituents also deliver a fair amount to the London economy.

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation Bill (27 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: Twice as many flights land at Heathrow compared with 20 years ago. Does that not suggest that total noise is increasing rather than decreasing, purely because more planes want to land there—something which is planned to increase further?

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation Bill (27 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: Does the hon. Gentleman therefore think that any amount of future expansion of air travel and the aviation business in this country is justified so long as the economic case stacks up, irrespective of the environmental damage that might be caused to nearby residents on the ground?

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation Bill (27 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for giving me the chance to speak in this debate on the Civil Aviation Bill. For many of my constituents, particularly those who live in Thamesfield, East Putney and Roehampton, the issue of aircraft noise at night is of great, and growing, concern. I want to make it clear from the outset, however, that, like the hon. Member for Feltham and Heston (Alan Keen),...

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation Bill (27 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: How do you know that for sure when you are not measuring noise in places like Putney?

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (28 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: On the penetration of security, we currently have 80 million national insurance numbers in this country, but only 60 million people.

Telecommunications Masts (28 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: My experience in Putney, working with the Southfields Triangle Residents Association and residents associations in West Hill and the rest of Southfields, is very similar. Last summer Orange submitted eight planning applications for mobile phone masts within a one-mile radius, and it seemed to me that it hoped that ultimately one of them would be accepted on trivial grounds, and so long as one...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Charlotte Wilson (30 Jun 2005)

Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what assessment he has made of whether the killing in Burundi in December 2000 during which Charlotte Wilson, a British national, was killed, constitutes a war crime prosecutable via the International Criminal Court; and if he will make a statement.


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