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Results 81–100 of 181 for speaker:Lord Davies of Gower

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Bulk interception warrants (21 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: I am grateful to the hon. and learned Lady for taking a further intervention. This is about proactivity and preventing crime. I am afraid I am not persuaded, so far, by what she is saying.

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Requirements which must be met by warrants (21 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: Will the Solicitor General accept our plea—I speak as someone who has operated this in a practical situation—that what is being asked in this amendment is completely impossible?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: First World War Commemoration (21 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: What steps his Department is taking to ensure that events to commemorate the centenary of the first world war take place in all regions and constituent parts of the UK.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: First World War Commemoration (21 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: The first world war was, of course, an enormous UK-wide effort, where millions of men and women served our nation with distinction. What additional advice can the Minister give the Welsh Government so that the people of Wales, in particular young people, can mark and honour the great sacrifices made in the first world war?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (19 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: Will the Chancellor update the House on any discussions he has had for a potential city deal for the Swansea Bay city region, and on what he can do to drive growth and create jobs in south-west Wales, particularly in my Gower constituency

Air Cadet Organisation and Gliding (13 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: On the issue in Wales, the Government are expecting young people to travel at least three and a half hours from west Wales all the way to Gloucestershire to have the experience of flight. There is some talk about synthetic flight, but that in no way compensates for the thrill of flight when young people are being introduced to flying.

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Steel Industry (13 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: Will my right hon. Friend assure me that he and the Wales Office will work with all relevant Government Departments to ensure the long-term future of Port Talbot, particularly for the workers who live in my constituency?

Uk Steel Industry (12 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in this extremely important debate. I thank the Secretary of State and his team for keeping the House informed—in particular for keeping in continuous contact with me and other Members. I thank the Government for the extremely constructive and close way in which they have worked thus far with the unions and other parties. I congratulate the...

Uk Steel Industry (11 Apr 2016)

Byron Davies: Labour’s Front-Bench interest in steel production is a new phenomenon; in the last Parliament, the current Leader of the Opposition mentioned steel three times, but only in relation to Trident. Given the recent grandstanding by certain elements of Welsh Labour, does my right hon. Friend agree that this contributes absolutely nothing to assisting the many Tata Port Talbot steelworkers who...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Examination of Witnesses (24 Mar 2016)

Byron Davies: You have answered the main question I was going to ask, but this is carrying on from that. Times have moved on since your days in the Home Office in terms of technology, with smartphones, et cetera. If you were sat in the Home Office now, would you be looking at introducing this Bill?

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Examination of Witnesses (24 Mar 2016)

Byron Davies: In my experience, the UK is regarded as a world leader in intelligence-led law enforcement and I am sure that you agree that the Bill will enhance your capability. Can you tell me how important to your work it is that this legislation applies extraterritorially?

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Examination of witnesses (24 Mar 2016)

Byron Davies: Mr King, you have mentioned a couple of times now, in the first part of your evidence, you talked about formidable intrusive powers. You quite agree that the agencies should have these powers. So in view of what has happened recently in Paris and in Brussels, I am really somewhat confused as to what you are trying to tell us in your evidence as to what the agencies should have. Do you know?...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Examination of witnesses (24 Mar 2016)

Byron Davies: But criminals and terrorists would not regard it in that respect.


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