Results 1–20 of 2860 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Stephen Hammond

Grenfell Tower (19 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: I thank my right hon. Friend for coming to the House again today. He obviously recognises that the fire at Grenfell has implications for the wider area. What are the Government doing to listen to residents’ concerns and how are they addressing their needs?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Crossrail 2: Safeguarding Directions (19 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: What plans he has to issue safeguarding directions for the unsafeguarded sections of the Crossrail 2 route.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Crossrail 2: Safeguarding Directions (19 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: I listened carefully to the Minister’s answer. However, the delay to Crossrail 2 is causing real anxiety to constituents in Wimbledon and across south London and causing investment decisions to be delayed. Will he urge the Mayor to get on with the funding proposals so that the Department can make a decision one way or the other?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (19 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: There was widespread excitement last December when the Secretary of State announced a plan to publish a rail strategy document. Will he say what progress he has made and whether he will publish the report that his Department has commissioned on the future of rail franchising?

Business of the House (12 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: Will my right hon. Friend ask the Secretary of State for Transport to make a statement on the work of the National Infrastructure Commission and the progress of major projects—in particular, to give a timescale for the implementation of the northern hub and to say why there are such lengthy delays to Crossrail 2?

Prisons Policy/HMP Long Lartin (12 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: Does the Minister intend to make extra resources or help available to prison governors at high-security prisons, to ensure that our prisons are calm and well controlled?

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: rose—

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: rose—

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: Will the hon. Gentleman give way on a different point?

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: I am grateful to you, Mr Speaker, for the opportunity to make a short contribution to this debate. Like perhaps a number of Members, I was somewhat surprised to find us debating this issue today, when there are so many other things we should be debating, but you are absolutely right, Sir. As the shadow Leader of the House said, you are entrusted with grave responsibilities, and it is only...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: The charge of ambiguity is a serious one, but it does not hold up. The Government Front-Bench team answered that question when they responded to the motion, so I do not think that that charge can really be levelled against the Government. In the short time that I have left, let me make the point that as a Government Back Bencher, I have experienced the frustration of sitting here with my...

Government Policy on the Proceedings of the House (10 Oct 2017)

Stephen Hammond: rose—

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Topical Questions (12 Sep 2017)

Stephen Hammond: Now that it is autumn, many of our constituents are concerned about the cost of fuel and energy this winter. What can the Secretary of State say to reassure all our constituents that fuel and energy will be accessible for all this winter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Reception: Starting Age (11 Sep 2017)

Stephen Hammond: What progress her Department has made on giving summer-born and premature children the right to start reception at the age of five.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Reception: Starting Age (11 Sep 2017)

Stephen Hammond: As my right hon. Friend will recognise, it is two years since we had an Adjournment debate on this subject, and there is increasing frustration about the fact that the code of conduct has not yet been published. Will he agree to provide a timetable showing when he might publish it, and will he also agree to meet me to discuss the unintended consequences?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (11 Sep 2017)

Stephen Hammond: I recently visited two excellent primary schools in my constituency, West Wimbledon and Joseph Hood, both of which want to know when the Secretary of State will publish the full details of the national funding formula and whether she will confirm that no school will see a reduction in its funding as a result.

EU Exit Negotiations (5 Sep 2017)

Stephen Hammond: May I thank my right hon. Friend for his statement, and for the opportunity he gave Members of this House to spend many pleasurable hours during the recess reading position papers? The position paper on customs largely fails to mention financial services in any way. Given that the sector is our biggest tax raiser and represents 45% of our exports, will my right hon. Friend confirm to the...

Pensions (19 Jul 2017)

Stephen Hammond: I commend my right hon. Friend for his statement. He is right to be tackling the issues of intergenerational fairness, but retirement is not about the state alone. What other measures, alongside this one on intergenerational fairness, will he propose to ensure that younger people can save for their retirement alongside state provision?

Prison and Youth Custody Centre Safety (19 Jul 2017)

Stephen Hammond: The Minister will know that I have previously questioned his Department about rehabilitation. As a result of the report, will he prioritise rehabilitation plans for offenders and employment opportunities for ex-offenders?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (18 Jul 2017)

Stephen Hammond: Last night, I met a major financial institution. Does my hon. Friend agree that for London to retain its place as the leading financial centre we need a regulatory regime based on mutual recognition and an early-agreed transitional phase to provide certainty?


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