Results 1–20 of 36 for speaker:Mark Logan

Covid-19 Update (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: I have four asks for the Secretary of State. No. 1 is to fix the national portal. A constituent of mine failed to get a test in Bolton, but then she tried using a Wigan postcode and succeeded in getting a test for Bolton. No. 2 is to remove the backlog on testing results. People are having to wait too long before getting results. The third is to ramp up contact tracing. The senior leadership...

Covid-19 Update (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: I have four asks for the Secretary of State. No. 1 is to fix the national portal. A constituent of mine failed to get a test in Bolton, but then she tried using a Wigan postcode and succeeded in getting a test for Bolton. No. 2 is to remove the backlog on testing results. People are having to wait too long before getting results. The third is to ramp up contact tracing. The senior leadership...

Transport: Connecting Towns to the Rail Network (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps his Department is taking to connect more towns to the railway network.

Transport: Connecting Towns to the Rail Network (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: Is it not about time that Londoners had a direct train line into Bolton?

Transport: Connecting Towns to the Rail Network (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps his Department is taking to connect more towns to the railway network.

Transport: Connecting Towns to the Rail Network (17 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: Is it not about time that Londoners had a direct train line into Bolton?

The Prime Minister was asked: Engagements (16 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: Please allow me to push back against what has just been said. The Prime Minister has done a stellar job in fending off economic depression right across the United Kingdom, including Scotland. Now, my worry turns to a psychological depression. Tighter restrictions have forced more businesses to shut in Bolton and, while 13,900 jobs were saved through furlough, more needs to be done. I invite...

Protection of Jobs and Businesses (9 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: Will the Minister give way?

International Travel (7 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: Just in recent days, Bolton has seen the highest infection rate in the country; today it stands at 115.8 per 100,000, with local media associating the dramatic spike in cases with a British holidaymaker who went on a pub crawl after returning from Spain. Will the Secretary of State join me in calling on everyone to do the right thing by staying home for the full quarantine period if mandated...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Question (7 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps his Department is taking to ensure that children do not miss time in education as a result of local covid-19 lockdowns.

International Trade: Trade with the Indian Subcontinent (3 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps her Department is taking to facilitate trade with the Indian subcontinent.

International Trade: Trade with the Indian Subcontinent (3 Sep 2020)

Mark Logan: I welcome the Minister to the Dispatch Box for his first questions, on his birthday—congratulations. Bolton-born company Vernacare has big international demand for its infection control products used in hospitals. However, such companies face inflated import duties when trading. Exporting to India is proving cost- prohibitive for some businesses, so does he agree that through increasing...

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Town Centre Investment (20 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps he is taking to increase investment in town centres.

Housing, Communities and Local Government: Town Centre Investment (20 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: Bolton has shovel-ready town centre regeneration schemes including Le Mans Crescent and Church Wharf. Uncertainty created by covid-19 means that financial backers are looking to the Government to act as guarantor of last resort. Will my right hon. Friend agree to meet me and the leader of Bolton Council to discuss ways to help support those well developed regeneration plans? As I am sure he...

UK Telecommunications (14 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: Given that successive British Governments since the early 2000s have worked to encourage Huawei and other private companies from China to invest in the UK, what message do we feel this change will send in terms of consistency as a long-term reliable international partner? Has it been examined as part of wider strategic policy for Britain’s place in the world post Brexit?

Home Department: Police Officer Numbers (13 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: What steps her Department is taking to increase the number of police officers.

Home Department: Police Officer Numbers (13 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: Speeding complaints are well and truly up in Bolton North East. All this fast is making my constituents furious. On the day I took part in a community speed watch on Ainsworth Lane, 74 mph was recorded in a 20 mph zone. The problem is particularly severe on Blackburn, Halliwell and Turton Roads. Many of these 20 mph areas are located near schools, yet the speed limit is not enforced. Does the...

Business of the House (9 Jul 2020)

Mark Logan: Laughing gas or nitrous oxide, as it is also known, is becoming the cigarette butt of our time. I am sure Members across the House are seeing an increasing number of those toxic silver cannisters piling up across their neighbourhoods, as in Bolton. This is a scourge on our society and no parent wants their child exposed to that sea of silver. Does my right hon. Friend agree that we are in...

Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Sino-British Joint Declaration (30 Jun 2020)

Mark Logan: What assessment he has made of the effect on the Sino-British joint declaration of recent actions by the Chinese Government in Hong Kong.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Sino-British Joint Declaration (30 Jun 2020)

Mark Logan: A number of commentators have been conversely saying that Hong Kong’s role as a financial centre may be buttressed by the national security law as Chinese companies look to list in Hong Kong, now that they are less welcome in the United States. What does my right hon. Friend make of this controversial assessment, and what are his predictions for the future of Hong Kong as an international...


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