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Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund (17 Oct 2011)

Angela Eagle: I spent a little time talking about some aspects of the Hutton report that we did support, and I also made observations on some aspects of the Hutton report to which I thought the Government should pay more attention. I think my speech was entirely in keeping with our response to the Hutton report to date—as the hon. Gentleman will see if he reads it in Hansard tomorrow.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Purchase Tax Relief for Tax-Paid Stocks.) (22 Jun 1953)

Mr Charles Fletcher-Cooke: ...paragraph 189 of the Hutton Committee's Report where they go into the question of numbered tags which could be sewn on numerous textile articles. The hon. Member may think he knows better, but the Hutton Report is quite sure it can be done. If he has the opportunity of speaking I hope the hon. Member will explain why it cannot be done in the way that the Hutton Report says it can be done.

Business of the House (8 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain:, so there will be enough time for the right hon. Gentleman and other hon. Members to consider it. The question as to the handling of the debate needs to be decided in the light of what the Hutton report says. [Interruption.] Indeed, the Conservatives have made up their minds about what the Hutton report says in advance. That is a prejudiced position; we are adopting a fair and...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Hutton Report (26 Jun 2006)

Andrew Turner: To ask the Prime Minister pursuant to the answer from the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs of 14 June 2006, Official Report, column 1268W on the Hutton Report, how many final copies of the Hutton Report were obtained by 10 Downing street; at what price per copy; and to whom they were issued.

Written Answers — Defence: Data Protection (25 Mar 2004)

Geoff Hoon: ...Hutton makes no reference to the Data Protection Act in his report. No assessment has therefore been made of the rights of MOD employees to the protections of the Data Protection Act following the Hutton report.

Opposition Day: [Un-allotted Half Day] — Public Sector Pensions (8 Dec 2011)

David Mowat: I have listened carefully to the hon. Gentleman’s argument and he seems to be saying that he supports the proposals in the Hutton report, but does not support what the Government have done. Which aspects of what the Government are doing are not in the Hutton report?

Business of the House (29 Jan 2004)

Nick Gibb: May I say how much I agree with the Leader of the House about the conduct of politics in this country? To that end, can we have a full debate on the future of the BBC? From the Hutton report, it is clear that Andrew Gilligan was wrong in the allegations that he made on the "Today" programme; the BBC management was wrong in not investigating the Government's claims properly; and the board of...

Business of the House (22 Jan 2004)

Nicholas Winterton: one of his responsibilities the interests of Back Benchers in all parts of the House. If it appears from representations made to the Leader of the House that more time is required to debate the Hutton report, will he reconsider his answer to the hon. Member for North Cornwall (Mr. Tyler) and at least consider extending that debate beyond the point of interruption at 7 o'clock? It is...

Lord Hutton's Report (4 Feb 2004)

Michael Howard: I will not give way again, because I have done so very generously. In the past seven days, events outside this House have moved fast, as have comment and opinion. The Hutton report has been subjected to intense comment, some of it questioning, some of it critical, and some of it more than a little incredulous. Unfortunately for the Prime Minister, the initial opinion of his colleagues last...

Business of the House (4 Mar 2004)

Peter Hain: The hon. Gentleman is engaging in exactly the sort of activity that The Guardian says so astonished Lord Hutton. I urge him, and everyone else, to accept that the Hutton report was an independent report by an outstanding judge of independent mind. A refusal to accept the report's conclusions has bedevilled the debate in recent weeks, and that is also what seems to lie behind his question.

Public Bill Committee: Localism Bill: Clause 21 (3 Feb 2011)

Bob Neill: As the hon. Gentleman knows, the Hutton report is on the general concept of pay. That is what we are prepared to look at. I am not trying to be  obstructive, but we need to reflect on whether it is appropriate in relation to contractors. There are other considerations, but we would certainly be prepared to look at the situation in relation to the Hutton commission’s report.

Points of Order (27 Jan 2004)

Pete Wishart: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Yesterday, I received a letter from No. 10 that states that only two Opposition parties will have early access to the Hutton report. The Conservatives and the Liberals will see the Hutton report some six hours before publication, yet that privilege will not be extended to all the parties in the House. What can you do to ensure equality for all...

Business of the House (17 Mar 2011)

Andrew Love: If there is to be no statement on the publication this week of the Hutton report—the Will Hutton report—which rejected a pay cut in the public sector alone and called for much greater transparency on pay in both the public and private sectors, may we have a debate on top pay in both, so that we can see what can be done about the arms race that has been going on in recent years?

Business of the House (10 Mar 2011)

John Spellar: The Leader of the House indicated that the Government might respond to the Hutton report in the Budget debate. Could he ask the relevant Minister to take into consideration the grotesque paradox whereby the Hutton report recommends raising the retirement age for uniformed personnel, yet a local paper, the Sandwell Chronicle, reports that West Midlands police, under Home Office diktat, are...

WMD Intelligence Review Committee (3 Feb 2004)

Jack Straw: The hon. Gentleman has done himself no service whatever by a shameful parody of the contents of the Hutton report. He knows very well what the conclusion of the Hutton inquiry was in respect of the so-called sexing-up of the dossier: that the allegations were completely unfounded.

Business of the House: Public Service Pensions Bill (29 Oct 2012)

John Healey: The Chief Secretary lays great stress on the Hutton report, so why did not the Chancellor wait until Hutton reported before hitting public service workers with a 3% surcharge on their pension payments?

Hutton Inquiry (4 Feb 2004)

Lord Tomlinson: ..., and the noble Lord, Lord Waddington, also referred to the report in today's Independent concerning Dr Jones. However, I think we should just look at what Dr Jones was actually arguing about. The Hutton report says that Dr Jones, "did not argue that the intelligence relating to the 45 minutes claim should not have been included in the dossier but . . . did suggest that the wording in...

Business of the House (1 Jul 2004)

Peter Hain: I will certainly try to comply with the right hon. Gentleman's first request, which is very reasonable. It is an independent report and, as with the Hutton report, we are reliant on Lord Butler and his team to make the arrangements that they deem appropriate, with which we will fit in. I will certainly give details next Thursday if I am able. We will try to have a debate as soon as possible,...

Business of the House (15 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain: Northern Ireland. Thursday 29 January—A debate on "Afghanistan: the development challenge". During the business statement last Thursday, hon. Members inquired about the publication of the Hutton report. Although the publication of the report is for Lord Hutton, not for the Government, I did commit to draw Lord Hutton's attention to the point that was raised by the hon. Member for...

Hutton Report (28 Jan 2004)

Lord Strathclyde: much there is that the public yet needs to know, and deserves to know, about the origins and planning of this war. The call for a wider public inquiry into this matter is not stilled by the Hutton report. Indeed, I believe that it is strengthened by the report and I hope that the noble and learned Lord will tell the House that such an inquiry will now be established. Turning to the...

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