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Written Answers — Department for Transport: M4: Speed Limits ( 4 Mar 2024)

John Redwood: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what criteria are used to determine when temporary air quality speed limits are used on the M4 near Heathrow.

Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill [HL] - Second Reading ( 1 Mar 2024)

Lord Woodley: ...not affect just the private sector; Wiltshire Council is trying to fire and rehire care staff, social workers, traffic wardens and others to remove unsocial-hours payments. Border Force staff at Heathrow Airport are fighting against proposed pay cuts of up to 20% due to changing their shift patterns and allowances. We ask ourselves how on earth this can be allowed to happen. Firms...

Written Answers — Home Office: Heathrow Airport: Immigration Controls (27 Feb 2024)

Anneliese Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether an equality impact assessment was produced for the (a) Heathrow Changes project and (b) proposed roster system beginning on 29 April 2024 for the Heathrow Border Force.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Economic Vision (19 Feb 2024)

Ciara Ferguson: I thank the Minister for his statement. As we are a small island, connectivity is crucial to our economy. Having supported City of Derry Airport's public service obligation (PSO) route to Heathrow, will the Minister look at the Derry to Dublin route, as was promised under 'New Decade, New Approach'?

Transport: Topical Questions ( 8 Feb 2024)

Munira Wilson: Heathrow airport saw a significant increase in noise complaints last year. Residents in my constituency are regularly woken up in the middle of the night by the roar of jet engines overhead, and there are well-documented impacts on their physical and mental health. Will the Secretary of State finally commit to banning night flights between 11 pm and 6 am?

Local Government Finance ( 7 Feb 2024)

David Simmonds: ...enormous priority for our Government and our country, most forms of development remain a net cost to local authorities. In Hillingdon, we certainly had that spelled out to us starkly in respect of Heathrow airport, the campaign for expansion and the national debate about whether that was an additional benefit to UK plc. However, it was extremely clear, especially because the business rates...

Hospitality Sector: Fiscal Support — [Hannah Bardell in the Chair] (31 Jan 2024)

Priti Patel: of course Stansted airport. I praise its 24% growth in passenger numbers last year to nearly 28 million. It has massive and exciting expansion plans—I have also always supported expansion at Heathrow airport—and should be commended for supporting employment and apprenticeships. We need our airports to attract more tourism not just to Essex but to Britain; this is about the health...

Fossil Fuels: Lobbying (30 Jan 2024)

Caroline Lucas: ...donations, expenses-paid trips, salaries or gifts. At this point, I give credit to the hon. Member for Coventry South (Zarah Sultana) for going public about the food hamper sent to her by staff at Heathrow in the hope it would secure her support for their third runway. They obviously did not know her very well. Financial benefit cannot be divorced from conflict of interest or perceived...

Business and Trade: Topical Questions (25 Jan 2024)

Kemi Badenoch: ...of the strategy, which was shaped by the experiences of UK businesses. I was delighted that representatives of industry as well as key international partners joined us at the strategy’s launch at Heathrow airport, which is, of course, the UK’s largest import hub by value.

Situation in the Red Sea (24 Jan 2024)

Liam Fox: My right hon. Friend will recall that I have asked on several occasions why Iran Air is still flying from Heathrow and why Iranian banks are still trading in the City of London. Those are separate issues, but none the less important alongside the proscription issue.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Heathrow Airport (23 Jan 2024)

Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has made an assessment of the implications for his policies of the decision by BA to increase the minimum connection time at Heathrow Airport to 75 minutes.

Asylum: UK-Rwanda Agreement - Motion to Take Note (22 Jan 2024)

Lord Razzall: ...knows why. If that is the case, it may somewhat help the deterrent argument: the hellhole argument. Conversely, RwandAir for the first time last week commenced non-stop flights between Kigali and Heathrow. Whether that is in preparation for taking people, who knows—and which way that goes on the argument of deterrence or safety, again I am not sure. But it does seem to me and to many of...

Public Bill Committee: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witness (16 Jan 2024)

Professor Leunig: Gobsmackingly. The field with three horses next to Heathrow airport that I go past if I ever go to Heathrow is a tragedy. It is a really dreadful little bit of land. It is used for nothing other than three horses, but its value is constrained, because it is zoned for agriculture. I think the answer is: very little. Most of the large developers are not in this in order to...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Heathrow Airport: West Midlands (12 Jan 2024)

Julian Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has made an assessment of the potential merits of the proposals for a third runway at Heathrow Airport for the West Midlands region.

Musculoskeletal Conditions and Employment — [Dame Caroline Dinenage in the Chair] (10 Jan 2024)

John Martin McDonnell: ..., for the economy overall. I congratulate my hon. Friend on putting this issue on the agenda. I want to go through the experience of my constituency and set out what has led me to the debate. At Heathrow airport, which is in my constituency, there was almost an epidemic of back injuries among baggage handlers. Some Members may recall, when they went through the airport over the years, that...

Great Western Main Line ( 9 Jan 2024)

Stephen Morgan: ...(Mr Dhesi) never misses an opportunity to speak up for his constituents and rail passengers, and I thank him for his tireless work in trying to improve connectivity between the south-west and Heathrow airport. A number of hon. and right hon. Members have raised a number of issues with regard to the cancellation of services and the delays affecting their constituents, and I thank them for...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation ( 8 Jan 2024)

Anthony Browne: ...until 8 March 2024 and we welcome views from all stakeholders including air freight operators. We also intend to consult during early 2024 on proposals for the next night flight regime at Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted Airports.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Night Flying: Regulation (20 Dec 2023)

Anthony Browne: The current night flight restrictions set by Government at Gatwick, Heathrow, and Stansted Airports expire in October 2025. We intend to consult during early 2024 on proposals for the next night flight regime, following a consultation earlier this year on night-time noise abatement objectives for these airports.

Transport: Airport Security Scanners (14 Dec 2023)

Anthony Browne: operation. I know that my predecessor engaged regularly with airport representatives to seek reassurances on timescales for the next generation security checkpoint. Most recently, I met Heathrow’s chief executive for discussions. I can reassure the House that I will continue this good work, and will shortly meet representatives of the aviation sector to discuss the matter further....

Transport: Topical Questions (14 Dec 2023)

Tan Dhesi: Such was the excitement in Wales in 2012 when Conservative Ministers announced that they would be building the four-mile western rail link to Heathrow to open in 2020 that First Minister Rhodri Morgan described it as one of the “most important announcements” in the last 50 years, but it was yet another broken promise. After more than a decade, when does the Transport Secretary expect the...

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