Results 161–180 of 11434 for speaker:David Hanson

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Veterans Strategy (20 May 2019)

David Hanson: Can the Minister give some indication of how he intends to monitor the delivery of the covenant, given the recent report by the charity SSAFA, which said that only 16% of veterans actually believed that it was being delivered effectively?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Topical Questions (20 May 2019)

David Hanson: It was reported last week that the Government were enthusiastically trying to find an alternative to the Galileo space system. Will the Minister tell us where the £3 billion to £5 billion for that is coming from?

Written Answers — Home Office: Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme (16 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how much was allocated to (a) individual police forces in England and Wales, (b) individual government departments, (c) individual local authorities and (d) other bodies through the Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme in each year since 2010.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme (16 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how much money has accrued to the public purse in confiscation orders; and how much of that money has been allocated in compensation to victims of crime in each year since 2010.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme (16 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether he has plans to change the redistribution mechanism in the Asset Recovery Incentivisation scheme so that (a) local authorities and (b) police forces receive higher payments for successful investigations.

Trophy Hunting (15 May 2019)

David Hanson: Given what the hon. Gentleman has said, will he clarify something for me? I am mystified as to why the UK Government’s position, according to the Secretary of State, is that the UK will not yet be banning imports from trophy hunting. That is the central point of the debate where I want to put pressure on the Government, but I genuinely want to know the hon. Gentleman’s understanding of...

Serious Violence (15 May 2019)

David Hanson: I am grateful to the Home Secretary for what he has just said, but I would like some clarification. He said the increase was the biggest since 2010. Will he confirm that it is the only increase since 2010 and that the figure has otherwise been cut each year since I was Policing Minister in 2010?

Written Answers — Home Office: Dangerous Dogs: Livestock (15 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether he plans to instruct police forces in England and Wales to record dog attacks on livestock.

Prisons and Probation (14 May 2019)

David Hanson: Listening to the Justice Secretary is always a pleasure. He was calm and reflective and is committed to trying to improve services, but he knows that that calmness and reflectiveness hide the shambles of the past six and a half years since his predecessor, the right hon. Member for Epsom and Ewell (Chris Grayling), took the decision to split the probation service, separating serious...

Prisons and Probation (14 May 2019)

David Hanson: Can the Secretary of State just tell the House why it took an inspection by the prisons inspector to discover that G4S was failing in Birmingham and why this did not come from his own Department?

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Pensioners on Fixed Incomes (13 May 2019)

David Hanson: The inquest for my constituent Joy Worrall took place last Thursday. Joy was 82 years old. It was confirmed that she had committed suicide after the DWP wrongly stopped her benefits and her winter fuel allowance for a period of 15 months before her death. At the time of her death, Joy had £5 in her account. Will the Minister and his right hon. Friend the Secretary of State undertake, for the...

TV Licences for over-75S ( 8 May 2019)

David Hanson: The Government are reneging not on a two-year pledge but on a 22-year pledge. When the Bill that introduced free TV licences went through the House of Commons, the then Opposition spokesman—Peter Ainsworth, Member for East Surrey—said: “The Government will no doubt be interested to know whether the Opposition support the granting of free television licences to those over 75. In...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Sentences: Females ( 8 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many women were sent to immediate custody from the (a) Crown Court and (b) Magistrates' Courts for sentences of (i) less than and (ii) more than six months for each offence classification in each police force area in England and Wales in 2018-19.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Sentences: Females ( 8 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many women with no previous convictions were sent to immediate custody from the (a) the Crown Court and (b) Magistrates' Courts for sentences of (i) below 6 months and (ii) 6 months and above in each police force area in England and Wales in 2018-19; and what the offence classification was in each of those cases.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Prison Sentences: Females ( 8 May 2019)

David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how many women in the North Wales police force area received an immediate custodial sentence of (a) less than and (b) more than six months for each category of offence from the (i) Crown Courts and (ii) Magistrates Courts in 2018-19.

Places of Worship: Security Funding ( 7 May 2019)

David Hanson: The Home Secretary’s package is welcome, but he will know that the best way to prevent attacks is to ensure that we have strong, intelligence-led policing. What is his view of the capacity of police forces to engage further in the assessment of potential far-right and terrorist activity? In particular, will he look at the issue of closed Facebook groups, which was raised by my right hon....

Backbench Business: Working at Height: Safety — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] ( 2 May 2019)

David Hanson: I support the hon. Member for Glasgow Central (Alison Thewliss) in commending the APPG report to the Minister and to the House as a whole. I have played a small part in the group, but was able to attend a number of sessions and helped to sign off the report’s recommendations. I have done so because it is self-evident and important that we must try to reduce still further the number of...

Backbench Business: Working at Height: Safety — [Steve McCabe in the Chair] ( 2 May 2019)

David Hanson: I am grateful to the Minister for putting that on the record. He knows that I acknowledge that relationship, but the key point is that, as the Minister, he can commission work, ask for reviews and, if he has not already, ask the Health and Safety Executive to look at the Scotland fatal accident inquiry process to assess whether any improvements have been made. Finally, the report also...

National Security Council Leak ( 2 May 2019)

David Hanson: I do not know whether the right hon. Member for South Staffordshire (Gavin Williamson) has undertaken a leak or not—I am not party to that information—but from having sat on the Intelligence and Security Committee and being subject to the same official secrets arrangements and the same briefings that Ministers get, I do know that if I had leaked from that Committee, I would have been...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Leaving the EU: Port Delays ( 2 May 2019)

David Hanson: The Transport Minister in the Lords said yesterday that she did not rule out our having a no-deal scenario in October and therefore we could potentially be exactly where we are now later in the year. Can the Minister assure me that the ferry companies will not get double-bubble if that unfortunate situation occurs?


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