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Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Apr 2023)

Chris Law: This week, not only has my city of Dundee announced that its flights will connect with Heathrow but the Scottish Government have committed to Dundee being at the forefront of making Scotland a major world economy, bringing investment, jobs and opportunity. However, the UK Government seem to have a problem with this. Scotland’s international engagement is to be reduced. Despite being paid...

Written Answers — Home Office: Aviation: Immigration Controls (17 Apr 2023)

Thomas Tugendhat: Home Office records show that approximately 87,975 General Aviation Reports (GARs) have been submitted nationally in 2022. North Region -14,593 Central Region - 28,362 Heathrow Region - 23,950 South Region - 20,093 South-East Region - 977

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Heathrow Airport: Passengers ( 4 Apr 2023)

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent assessment his Department has made of the impact of waiting times at Heathrow Airport on passengers; and what discussions his Department has had with the Civil Aviation Authority on the steps being taken to reduce waiting times at that airport.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Travel ( 3 Apr 2023)

Chris Philp: Costs for the Home Secretary’s trip to Paris can be broken down as follows -Flight from London Heathrow to Paris Charles de Gaulle: £460.07Eurostar from Paris Gare du Nord to London St Pancras: €253.00 = £222.38 (approx.).There were no accommodation or expenses charged to the Home Office in Paris as the HS stayed at HM Ambassador’s Official Residence in Paris. Total spend = £682.38...

Illegal Migration Bill: Clause 2 - Duty to make arrangements for removal (28 Mar 2023)

Alison Thewliss: The Minister says that people should come here directly. Will he tell me how many direct flights there are to Heathrow from Yemen, Afghanistan or Syria?

Business and Trade: Post Office Network (23 Mar 2023)

Marion Fellows: I thank the Minister for his kind words. Last month, London Economics issued a report showing that the Post Office has a greater economic impact on the UK than Heathrow airport, with three in 10 small and medium-sized enterprises using it at least once a week. The Minister has said that he will invest lots of money in the post office network, but could he also look at “drop and collect”...

Large Solar Farms (21 Mar 2023)

Robert Courts: the Botley West proposal, or, as it has been called locally, the Blenheim power station. He has referred to large-scale solar farms. The one proposed in my constituency is to be the size of Heathrow—the biggest, if allowed, in Europe, and the biggest ever allowed on farmland—and 76% of it will be on green belt land. What he has just said about public support is entirely right. We...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Income Tax (Charge) (21 Mar 2023)

John Martin McDonnell: ...with the University and College Union, and education with the National Education Union. In the private sector in my constituency, Unite the union is representing the lowest paid security workers at Heathrow. The Government should not underestimate in any way the strength of feeling that workers have about the pay freezes and cuts of the last 13 years. Pay settlements of 5% or 6% still...

UK-EU: Revised Passenger Requirements - Question (21 Mar 2023)

Baroness Deech: My Lords, can the Minister explain why, when British people travel abroad, they are put in a queue with all the non-EU people but when they come home to Heathrow and elsewhere, Europeans and the British are in the same queue? Why are the Europeans not separate, and can that not be used as some sort of leverage?

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 176 (20 Mar 2023)

Lord Moylan: ...was in the Greater London Authority Act as far back as 1999. It has been expanded in geographical terms. Under Ken Livingstone, it was small and very focused. There was a low emission zone around Heathrow Airport and a congestion charge around just the very centre of London. It has been expanded to include not only inner London, which has already been delivered, but outer London as...

Backbench Business: Relations with China: Xi Jinping Presidency — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (16 Mar 2023)

Alistair Carmichael: ...just the beginning. The trauma of leaving their home in the way they had to will have caused many other issues, and our obligation to support them did not stop when they cleared passport control at Heathrow airport. My more significant point is about not so much the position that has been outlined at some length, but the approach of Ministers and Government officials in response to it....

HS2: Revised Timetable and Budget (14 Mar 2023)

Robert Goodwill: ...of Euston. The result came back that around two thirds—certainly more than half—of passengers would be getting off at Old Oak Common anyway, to use the Elizabeth line to access places such as Heathrow airport and Canary Wharf. Does the Minister agree that Old Oak Common will, for the majority of people, be the London terminus that they use, even when Euston is open?

Northern Ireland and Great Britain: Regional Connectivity - Question (13 Mar 2023)

Lord Browne of Belmont: My Lords, does the Minister agree that speeding up Heathrow expansion would provide more opportunities for Northern Ireland companies and open further links to global business, and that new links and flights would encourage competition and provide Northern Ireland with better and cheaper connections to the rest of the UK and the world?

7. Welsh Conservatives Debate: The roads review ( 8 Mar 2023)

Mike Hedges: ...even more traffic onto the M25 than it was designed for. The congestion has led to traffic management schemes and, since opening, the M25 has been widened progressively, particularly near Heathrow airport. Still, the problem persists. It has been described as Europe’s largest car park. The M25 problem is the M4 in south Wales—too many junctions too close together, local traffic uses it...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Aviation ( 3 Mar 2023)

Julia Lopez: ...City, Belfast International, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dundee, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle Of Man, Jersey, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Newquay, Shetland Isle and Southampton. Between January and December of 2019 there were 496 domestic flights taken by officials within the...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Department for Work and Pensions: Aviation ( 3 Mar 2023)

Mims Davies: ... 49 13 5 21 2 140 Leeds Bradford 11 10 2 23 Liverpool 4 2 6 London City 248 236 36 23 59 11 613 London Gatwick 286 185 26 6 56 4 563 London Heathrow 94 141 45 11 49 14 354 London Luton 13 16 5 1 7 42 London Southend 4 8 12 London Stansted 60 43 6 2 10 3 124 Londonderry 9 17 ...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Aviation ( 3 Mar 2023)

Mark Spencer: ... Glasgow London Jersey Guernsey Isle Of Man Inverness London City Leeds Bradford Inverness Jersey Isle Of Man London Gatwick London City Jersey London City Jersey London Heathrow London Gatwick Leeds Bradford London Gatwick Leeds Bradford London Stansted London Heathrow Liverpool London Heathrow Liverpool Manchester London Luton London London Luton...

Transport: Aviation: Noise and Fuel ( 2 Mar 2023)

Jesse Norman: The hon. Lady will be aware that there have been noise-related restrictions on major airports including Heathrow for many years and, more recently, noise maps and noise action plans at Heathrow. Of course, we recognise the seriousness of this issue. It is worth saying that technology is already making a significant difference—new aircraft models make 30% to 50% less noise on take-off and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Derwentside Immigration Removal Centre (15 Feb 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: ...use of force, following a review undertaken by the supplier duty director. All use of force incidents are additionally peer reviewed by the supplier’s use of force committees from two other IRCs (Heathrow and Dungavel) to provide an additional layer of governance and independent scrutiny. All staff working with women receive appropriate gender specific training (such as the protocol for...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Removal Centres: Females (15 Feb 2023)

Lord Murray of Blidworth: ...use of force, following a review undertaken by the supplier duty director. All use of force incidents are additionally peer reviewed by the supplier’s use of force committees from two other IRCs (Heathrow and Dungavel) to provide an additional layer of governance and independent scrutiny. All staff working with women receive appropriate gender specific training (such as the protocol for...

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