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Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 13 - Information (8 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...to be accurate and independent analysis of the long-term impact of public service pension schemes on public finances. That is not something that we have plucked from thin air. Paragraph 6.58 of the Hutton report states, in emboldened font: “When assessing the long term sustainability of the public finances, the Office for Budget Responsibility should provide a regular published analysis...

Written Answers — Defence: Safe Houses (29 Jan 2007)

Des Browne: holding answer 19 January 2007 The Hutton Report (HC247 of 28 January 2004) and transcripts of evidence to Lord Hutton's inquiry give details of Dr. Kelly's movements during July 2003, and meetings between Dr. Kelly and Mr. Hatfield. Both meetings between Dr. Kelly and Mr. Hatfield on 4 and 7 July 2003, took place in Mr. Hatfield's office in London. Neither Dr. Kelly nor Mr. Hatfield...

Butler Report (20 Jul 2004)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...the idea that others were not informed about the withdrawal, because he would not be correct in drawing that conclusion from what I have said. What I have done is to answer his question about the Hutton report. Others were informed about the withdrawal.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Dr. David Kelly (26 Jun 2006)

Des Browne: ...into the question he has asked to see if I can provide any information, despite the fact that my Department was entirely open in respect of Dr. Kelly's role and all the evidence that it had for the Hutton report. If, contrary to my view, there is anything of assistance that I can communicate to the hon. Gentleman, I will do so.

Points of Order: Broadcasting (10 Jul 2006)

Peter Bottomley: ..., who will be the board of management, both executive and non-executive. Reference has been made to the Alastair Campbell-induced vendetta against the BBC, and there have been some words about the Hutton report. Much of the Hutton report was interesting. Where Hutton went very clearly wrong was that, first, he did not acknowledge openly that in so far as the original report early in the...

Cory Report (1 Apr 2004)

Lord Brooke of Sutton Mandeville: My Lords, I hope that the House will understand if I quote a sentence from a speech of the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor in winding up the debate on the Hutton report. The noble and learned Lord said: "The Government fully accept, and must learn from the fact, that much more care could have been taken in relation to Dr Kelly and we apologise unreservedly...

Written Answers — Education: Teachers: Pensions (4 Jul 2012)

Nick Gibb: The proposed changes to the Teachers' Pension Scheme have been designed to remain within the cost parameters set out by Her Majesty's Treasury following recommendations contained in the Hutton report. At this point the Department is working to agree the detail of the scheme design, which will be implemented in 2015. Once the scheme design is finalised a valuation will be competed and this...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 7 - Types of scheme (13 Nov 2012)

Nick Gibb: Can I make it clear that throughout the whole of the negotiations the purpose has been to put defined benefit pension schemes on a sustainable, long-term basis? That was the whole essence of the Hutton report and of Government policy. The plan was, and remains, that these provisions should last for at least 25 years. That is the plan: it is what has been promised and what will be delivered by...

Business of the House (14 Jul 2011)

Tony Baldry: ...sector. Will my right hon. Friend tell us when the House will have an opportunity to make it clear that we consider that our pensions should be reformed in line with the principles set out in the Hutton report, and when will he table a motion that will unequivocally pass responsibility for MPs’ pensions to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority?

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 5 - Pension board (8 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...point. It is true that the typesetting of the report has a lot of greyscale boxes that have the word “recommendation” on them, but there is a lot of text surrounding them. At paragraph 6.15, the Hutton report states: “It is also very important that as well as the ‘lay persons’ there are also independent members”. It is perfectly true that that does not find its way into the...

Business of the House (24 Jun 2004)

Peter Luff: ...from the Government the documents and witnesses necessary in order to fulfil their role of scrutinizing the Executive; notes the comments of the honourable Member for Thurrock in the debate on the Hutton Report when he said that Lord Hutton had been able to cross-examine John Scarlet in public, but the Foreign Affairs Committee was refused access to him, and that they had been refused the...

Weapons of Mass Destruction: Intelligence Review Committee (3 Feb 2004)

Lord Archer of Sandwell: My Lords, I declare an interest as a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee, which has already reported on some of these issues. Is it not clear from the reactions to the Hutton report that any inquiry these days is liable to be rubbished by those who do not find its conclusions to their liking? Are we not in danger of running out of distinguished public figures who are prepared to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: School Closures (Thursday) (28 Jun 2011)

Bill Esterson: ...he will understand the difficult decision that many teachers face this week. Will he clear something up for me? Is the pension decision to do with long-term demographic change, as discussed in the Hutton report, or is it to do with cutting the deficit, as he implied earlier? Either way, will he sit down with teachers’ leaders before Thursday and sort out the problem rather than provoking...

Lord Hutton's Report (28 Jan 2004)

Gerald Kaufman: Does not the Hutton report confirm what some of us have been reviled for saying for months, namely that the BBC broadcast a lie, that the chairman of the BBC railroaded an acquiescent board of governors into endorsing the lie, that Richard Sambrook withheld from the board of governors information showing it to be a lie, and that Kevin Marsh and John Humphrys endorsed and built on the lie? How...

Human Rights Act 1998 (Repeal): Schedule 11 — Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor and Commons Speaker (4 Dec 2012)

Chris Leslie: ...: they have imposed, without negotiation, a steep 3% rise in contributions and a permanent switch in the indexation of future pension income from RPI to CPI. Announcing those changes before the Hutton report on pensions was even published was unfair and needlessly provocative. Those changes are not in the Bill, however, so we did not have a chance to address them in amendments and in...

Business of the House (8 Jul 2004)

Oliver Heald: ...the House have a responsibility to strengthen Parliament? In particular, he should allow sufficient time for the really important debates—something he signally failed to do over tuition fees, the Hutton report and the local government settlement. May I also ask the right hon. Gentleman why nothing has been heard of the review of Select Committee powers—the Osmotherly rules—following...

Orders of the Day — Inquiries Bill [Lords] (15 Mar 2005)

Gordon Prentice: ...have a huge ripple effect and would have implications for future inquiries. Lord Hutton also confessed that he knew little about the media. Greg Dyke was excessively scathing when he said that the Hutton report was just "a cut and paste job". He, along with Gavyn Davies, was one of the many casualties of the report. When major inquiries report, some people lose out—they lose their...

Future of the Post Office Network (13 Jan 2004)

Oliver Heald: ...at the beginning? Is it right that Secretaries of State can evade accountability in that way, just as the Prime Minister refuses to say whether he will open for the Government in the debate on the Hutton report? Will you defend the rights of the House in this important matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Leader of the House: Parliamentary Business (10 Feb 2004)

Oliver Heald: Well, seven Members attended, all of whom were photographed on the front page of The Times. I asked him for extra time to debate the Hutton report, but he refused. Only half the Members who wanted to speak got in that day, yet in the same week we finished early on Thursday and Monday. I asked for more time for the local authority finance debate, but he refused, and not a single Conservative...

Business of the House (19 Jan 2012)

George Young: ...made clear his views about the valuable work that is done by nurses, doctors, midwives and others in the NHS. We are disappointed at the response to our proposals on pensions, which are based on the Hutton report. My right hon. Friend addressed the House on health at some length on Monday. Of course, he will also be available for Health questions. I reject the assertion, which we have...


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