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Public Order Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 2 (30 Jan 2023)

Lord Coaker: ...does not make sense. I say this in jest: goodness only knows what the previous Prime Minister but one would have made of this. If noble Lords remember, he said, with respect to the third runway at Heathrow, that he was going to “lie down in front” of the first bulldozer. That would have been something: he would have been arrested for that; his own party would have passed legislation to...

Public Order Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 1 (30 Jan 2023)

Lord Hogan-Howe: ...criticised the police, the CPS and the Government for not intervening when people were seriously disrupted. That is why we are having this debate. We could go through various cases, whether it is Heathrow, the M25 or the taxis around Parliament Square, when the drivers were kind enough to leave a lane around the outside; that was their decision, a point I shall come back to. Therefore,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Manchester Airport: Air Routes (27 Jan 2023)

Jesse Norman: ...popular international flight routes based on the number of terminal passengers departing UK airports, January 2021 to October 2022 UK Airport International Airport Terminal Passengers* Heathrow Dubai 1,273,000 Heathrow New York (JF Kennedy) 1,254,000 Heathrow Doha Hamad 750,000 Heathrow Dublin 728,000 Heathrow Madrid 668,000 Heathrow Los Angeles International...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (23 Jan 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...an example of the UK’s ability to respond to new threats and play our part in global surveillance arrangements. We now test a sample of adult passengers arriving on direct flights from China into Heathrow airport, so we can sequence positive results. The UK’s sequencing data is shared rapidly to help support global awareness and health security. In the last 90 days our sequencing...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (23 Jan 2023)

Emily Thornberry: ...of 20 December 2022 to Question 108123 on Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution, for what reason the VIP services purchased for visiting dignitaries at Heathrow Airport on 23 March 2022 using a government procurement card were not covered by the contract agreed by his Department on 1 September 2021 with Heathrow Airport Ltd for the use of VIP...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (23 Jan 2023)

Emily Thornberry: ...Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution, which country the former Foreign Secretary was visiting or returning from when using the VIP services purchased at Heathrow Airport on 24 March 2022; and on what dates those services were used.

The Importance of the Relationship Between the United Kingdom and India - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...by thanking all noble Lords for their insightful contributions. I pay tribute to Lord Soley. As Aviation Minister, I got to know Clive quite well for his resolute campaign for the expansion of Heathrow Airport. I joked with him as I arrived in the Chamber after hearing the creative solution that was reached, for which I pay tribute to my noble friends the Chief Whip and the Leader of the...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: China: Coronavirus (18 Jan 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...existing contingency plans and capacity, and do so in line with existing policies. The UK Health Security Agency began non-mandatory polymerase chain reaction testing with genomic sequencing at Heathrow, to detect new variants among passengers arriving on direct flights from China and passengers arriving from China to England now need to show a negative COVID-19 pre-departure test taken no...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill - Second Reading (17 Jan 2023)

Lord Randall of Uxbridge: .... It is a wide-ranging regional park that is facing increasingly frequent exploitation and is being used in very special circumstances. We have had to put up with HS2 and we may have to put up with Heathrow expansion. I would say to those who talk about HS2, “I would have gladly levelled up. You can have HS2 in the north. If you can just pick it up and take it, you are welcome to it”....

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Aviation and Railways (17 Jan 2023)

Jesse Norman: ...routes that are within 2.5-hour range by train. Based upon the French Government’s proposals neither of these routes would be affected as they form part of connecting international flights into Heathrow.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Travel: Coronavirus (13 Jan 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...pre-departure testing for arrivals from China and introducing arrivals testing to enable sequencing of COVID-19 positive tests for a proportion of passengers on direct flights from China to Heathrow Airport. The best defence against COVID-19 remains vaccination, and the Government continues to encourage those eligible to get their boosters.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: China: Coronavirus (12 Jan 2023)

Maria Caulfield: ...in COVID-19 cases in China, and in particular the risk of new variants emerging. To monitor the impact, the UK Health Security Agency began non-mandatory PCR testing with genomic sequencing at Heathrow airport, to detect new variants among passengers arriving on direct flights from China. Also, NHS England is now prioritising sequencing of symptomatic patients admitted to hospital who have...

National Security Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 63A (11 Jan 2023)

Lord Coaker: ...Committee: if the story on the front page of the Sun is accurate, it reminds us of the debt of gratitude that we owe to the security services. They seem to have foiled a plot to import uranium at Heathrow this morning. If that is accurate, it is something that we in this Committee should note, because I know that the security services and those who work on our behalf in all these areas...

Industrial Action (10 Jan 2023)

Richard Drax: Coming back through Heathrow recently, I spoke to someone who works there who praised the armed forces for the incredible job they did covering Border Force, and told me how the process worked without any problems at all, and what a sad reflection it was on the public service that they could not do the same thing. Does my right hon. Friend agree that Opposition Members, the unions and many...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Transport: International Travel Update ( 9 Jan 2023)

Jesse Norman: ...those whose final destination is England. In addition, we announced that the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) will launch surveillance which will see a sample of passengers from China, arriving at Heathrow airport only, undertaking PCR tests for COVID-19 on a voluntary basis. UKHSA activated this process on Sunday 8 January in readiness for the first flights arriving later this week. All...

Finance Bill - Second Reading (and remaining stages) (20 Dec 2022)

Lord Rogan: ..., this is not the case, and the decision not to reduce the APD earlier seems to have had consequences. For example, Aer Lingus announced just last week that it may end its Belfast to London Heathrow flights, with the loss of 30 jobs. As other Peers from Northern Ireland will testify, it is already something of a challenge to travel to your Lordships’ House from Belfast by air, and this...

Christmas Adjournment (20 Dec 2022)

Navendu Mishra: ...Manchester, not just when it comes to trade but cultural and educational links too. Currently, Manchester Airport does not provide direct flights to key cities in India and people have to travel to Heathrow. The economy of Stockport, Greater Manchester and the wider north-west would benefit from direct air links between Manchester Airport and key cities in India. That would make it easier...

Expansion of the Ultra Low Emission Zone — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (20 Dec 2022)

David Simmonds: ...seems to have very little interest in that. Those of us who have been interested in air quality for a long time recognise that, particularly in outer west London, the big source of pollution is Heathrow airport. This measure does nothing whatever to address the single biggest source of air pollution. It is very much a case of a Mayor pursuing the thing that makes money for the mayoral...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Electronic Purchasing Card Solution (20 Dec 2022)

Emily Thornberry: ...Affairs, with reference to his Department’s publication of government procurement card spending over £500 for March 2022, what was the (a) nature and (b) purpose of the VIP services for which Heathrow Airport was paid £10,440.00 on 23-24 March 2022.

Seafarers’ Wages Bill [Lords] (19 Dec 2022)

John Martin McDonnell: ...of the Labour party’s conversation an accident—that would be grounds for expulsion. The Bill does not outlaw fire and rehire. That was used by P&O, whose example was followed very quickly by Heathrow airport in my constituency. If this Bill is the first stage of a reform package, we need to see the rest of it pretty promptly. That means not just introducing minimum wage legislation but...


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