Results 1–20 of 776 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Mark Pawsey

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Automotive Industry (12 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Many intending to purchase new cars are unsure what type of engine to opt for, partly as a consequence of Government taxation policies. That is having a serious effect on the British motor manufacturing industry. Will the Secretary of State confirm that there remains a future for clean diesel?

Business of the House (7 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: This week, I joined pupils at Riverside Academy in Newbold and on Monday I will be at Brownsover Community School to join them in their daily mile. May we have a debate on the educational benefits of young people taking regular exercise?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Producer Responsibility Systems (7 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: What steps he is taking to reform producer responsibility systems to incentivise producers to take more responsibility for the environmental effects of their products.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Producer Responsibility Systems (7 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Does the Secretary of State agree that a reformed packaging recovery note system could provide funds for better recycling and waste collection, particularly for on-the-go packaging; reduce litter; and increase recycling rates? Does he also agree that that is a better option than the “latte levy” scheme, under which there is no assurance that the money will go towards environmental...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (5 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Futures Unlocked is a Warwickshire charity with a community café called Moriarty’s in Rugby, providing work experience and job opportunities for those who have just completed a prison term. Does the Minister agree that locally managed schemes such as that are valuable in reducing reoffending rates?

Nuclear Power (4 Jun 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Today’s announcement is important and good news for the supply chain for the new nuclear plants. I wonder if I might join my hon. Friend the Member for Gloucester (Richard Graham) in asking the Secretary of State whether he anticipates a similar good news announcement for companies in the supply chain for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, such as GE Power based in Rugby.

Marks & Spencer (24 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Regrettably, Marks & Spencer chose to leave Rugby town centre a couple of years ago, but the good news is that it relocated to a much larger edge-of-town site at Elliot’s Field and is able to offer a much more extensive range. Does the Minister agree that this announcement means that it is important for retailers to work with developers and local authorities to continue to enhance...

Business of the House (24 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Rugby is delivering new houses, with work under way on 16 sites, including in Houlton, where 6,200 new homes will be provided. This is all adding to demand for local health services. While a number of new facilities, including orthopaedic services, have recently opened at our local Hospital of St Cross, the majority of patients have to make a journey to University Hospital Coventry. May we...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Strategic Road Network (24 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: What recent steps he has taken to improve the strategic road network.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Strategic Road Network (24 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: The A5 through Warwickshire and Leicestershire is an important strategic route throughout the midlands and is a valuable relief road in the event of hold-ups on the M6, which can happen from time to time. It is however mostly single carriageway, and with significant amounts of development proposed along the route, will the Minister ensure that detailed work can start urgently to improve both...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (23 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: The UK motor industry has undergone a resurgence. It employs 900,000 people, generates one tenth of all manufacturing output, and exports 80% of the vehicles it produces. As we leave the EU, will the Prime Minister ensure that the sector continues to have access to the workers it needs, to bring in components without delays, and to sell into its biggest export market tariff-free?

Gaza: Un Human Rights Council Vote: Tenant Fees Bill (21 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: It is a great pleasure to speak in the debate. Like my hon. Friends the Members for Carlisle (John Stevenson) and for Harrow East (Bob Blackman), I am reminded of the work that we did in the Select Committee under the able chairmanship of the hon. Member for Sheffield South East (Mr Betts). It is also a great pleasure to see him in the Chamber this evening. In its 2013 report, our Committee...

Gaza: Un Human Rights Council Vote: Tenant Fees Bill (21 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: In respect of fees charged by letting agents, does the Secretary of State agree that there is something fundamentally wrong when a letting agent takes a fee from both parties in the transaction—the tenant and the landlord? That is just not right.

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Government Procurement: Small Businesses (16 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: What steps his Department is taking to support the use of small businesses in Government procurement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Government Procurement: Small Businesses (16 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: I thank the Minister for his answer, but I recently met small businesses at the Rugby branch of Coventry and Warwickshire chamber of commerce, many of whom told me that they were put off from tendering for public sector contracts by the complexity of the process. I know that Ministers have worked hard to break down barriers, so what steps is he taking to get the message across that there are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (16 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: This year of all years, millions of people wish to remember the sacrifices of our servicemen and women in conflicts around the world, but in my constituency, Hillmorton branch of the Royal British Legion tells me that there is a danger that its annual parade will not take place because of challenges in arranging road closures. Will the Prime Minister meet me to see how that situation and...

Tributes: Baroness Jowell: Schools That Work For Everyone (14 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: The Secretary of State’s announcement will be very welcome in Rugby, where there is huge demand for our two selective schools and our one bilateral school, and I know parents will be very supportive of his principle of prioritisation for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, but does he agree that that objective will be assisted if every single child in our primary schools has the...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Good Work Plan (1 May 2018)

Mark Pawsey: The world of work is changing as businesses respond to changes in customer demands. Does the Minister agree that many workers enjoy and appreciate the flexibility of the freedom to choose when they wish to work?

Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill: Ongoing relative tariff differential (30 Apr 2018)

Mark Pawsey: My hon. Friend is giving an account of the evidence given by Ofgem to the Select Committee. Does he share my concern that the Bill would give that very body the powers to set the energy price cap?

Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill: Ongoing relative tariff differential (30 Apr 2018)

Mark Pawsey: Will my hon. Friend give way?


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