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Business of the House (30 Jun 2011)

George Young: ...hon. Friend is right: we have to get the balance right. We have to be fair to those who are entitled to public sector pensions and to the taxpayers, who fund a large part of that. If he has read the Hutton report, he will see that there is a strong rationale for rebalancing the current arrangements, as the cost to the taxpayer has increased by about a third in the last 10 years, to some...

Public Service Pensions Bill — Committee (1st Day) (Continued) (9 Jan 2013)

Lord Eatwell: My Lords, my noble friend has made some interesting and important points. One of the issues that really need to be faced, on Report in particular, is that in the negotiations that followed the Hutton report, Local Government Employers, the unions and the Government managed to formulate what could be called a "deal" about the way in which pensions were to go forward. Regrettably, elements of...

Business of the House (18 Mar 2004)

Oliver Heald: ...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...

Planning Permission (Financial Penalties): Defence Fire and Rescue Service and Ministry of Defence Police Capability Review (24 Apr 2013)

Alan Reid: ...in their 60s, as well as the cost to the taxpayer. The Government inherited this anomaly and it was missed by Lord Hutton in preparing his report. The Government have been faithful to the Hutton report in the Bill. I am pleased that they have listened to the concerns of defence police and firefighters, and have agreed to table this amendment. After Monday’s debate, defence police and...

Opposition Day: London Underground (Public-Private Partnership) (13 Nov 2000)

Bernard Jenkin: The Hutton report refers to particular safety problems thrown up during the shadow running of the PPP. It states: These are important concerns, and arise directly from the new structure and the multiplicity of companies who will be working on the Underground. I beg the Minister, lest hon. Members misunderstand him, to explain that the people who will manage the tracks and signals will be...

Business of the House (15 Jul 2004)

Peter Hain: ...(Mr. Mates), who served on the Butler inquiry? We have had the Foreign Affairs Committee inquiry, the Intelligence and Security Committee inquiry, an independent inquiry headed by a judge—the Hutton report—and now the Butler inquiry, which was headed by a former Cabinet Secretary. Those four inquiries produced 1,056 pages of material and 500,000 words of analysis. None of the charges...

UK Economy: OECD Report (29 Jan 2004)

Lord McIntosh of Haringey: ...the noble Lord, Lord Roberts, said about glowing in parts. My copy of the OECD's statement is festooned with flags to positive comments. It looks rather different from Michael Howard's copy of the Hutton report, I have to say. On the more serious issue, clearly there is a distinction between the wholly favourable opinion expressed by the OECD about the UK economy at present and its...

BBC (15 Sep 2003)

Tessa Jowell: On the hon. Gentleman's first point, I can state categorically that the conclusions of the Hutton report will impinge on the charter review only where any conclusions are relevant to the process of the charter review. I have made that clear and the position has not changed. There have been no threats, nor anything else that would undermine the integrity of the process, which is crucial. Given...

Public Bill Committee: Housing Bill: Clause 128 - Duty to provide copy of home information pack on request (10 Feb 2004)

Mr Matthew Green: ...Younger-Ross) will deputise for me. He is currently leading for our party on the Fire and Rescue Services Bill. I have to go the House for the second debate. That would not have happened had the Hutton report not knocked the Opposition day out until today—as, to be fair, it should have done. I do not think that the Conservatives would want me to talk too much about the Hutton report in...

Defamation Bill (12 Jun 2012)

Peter Bottomley: ...to the parties at an early stage, even before the case gets to court, that where the person who has published has used a word with a hard meaning and a soft meaning—for example, in the case of the Hutton report, “sexed up”—they have an opportunity to say, “I actually meant the soft meaning, not the hard meaning,” and thereby have the whole case disposed of, rather than having...

House of Commons Members Estimate (29 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain: ...to allowances. Given the nature of the business of the House, I am sure that the hon. Member for North Cornwall (Mr. Tyler) would not want to take up valuable time that could be used to discuss the Hutton report by debating whether the retail prices index figure for triggering an increase in allowances should be that as recorded on 1 April or 1 January. We should be serious and use...

Iraq (7 Sep 2004)

Lord Wolfson of Sunningdale: My Lords, the Hutton report, the Butler report and other investigations of the war in Iraq have been prompted by the concerns of ordinary voters and Members of Parliament. Those concerns have raised a number of questions, but I shall deal with only one of them, as eight minutes is not a long time. Within the limits necessary to protect our intelligence sources and services, were people and...

BBC Charter (11 Feb 2004)

Lord Barnett: My Lords, I am obliged for that Answer. Does my noble friend accept that during the debate on the Hutton report, whatever differing views there were, there was a strong view across all sectors of your Lordships' House that the BBC should be a strong and independent organisation in the future? Is there not a great danger that the review could become a party political football if, for example,...

Iraq Survey Group Report: Weapons of Mass Destruction (1 Nov 2004)

Baroness Williams of Crosby: .... The following month Colin Powell referred to mobile production facilities. Reference was further made both in the second dossier that the Government produced in September 2002 and in the Hutton report. The so-called mobile weapons laboratories have played a very central part. As I understand it, the Minister has said that they were different vehicles. First, can she therefore point to...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Pensions (1 May 2012)

Baroness Wilcox: ...same within the RMPP after 1 April as before that date, namely 17.1% from the main employer (Royal Mail Group) and 6% from employees. The proposed public sector pension scheme changes following the Hutton report will not affect benefits in the RMSPS. As the RMSPS is a public sector pension scheme, its liabilities will be included in the whole of government accounts.

Scottish Parliament: Public Sector (17 Nov 2011)

Chic Brodie: ...raid to bring forward and accelerate the timescale for meeting the above objective. Of course, as Mary Scanlon said, we need to discuss and debate pension changes, but we must do so over time. The Hutton report certainly provides a basis for those discussions. I believe that a strike will achieve little. However, it is not “deeply irresponsible”; it might be understandable and it is...

Military Situation in Iraq (9 Sep 2003)

Mrs Alice Mahon: ...devices that were employed to get the country to go to war. Like everybody else, I await with bated breath the outcome of the Iraq survey group's report on weapons of mass destruction and the Hutton report. However, now is not the time for that. It is timely to remind hon. Members of the genuine consequences of the illegal and immoral war for the people of Iraq. It is proper to examine the...

Public Service Pensions Bill: Schedule 1 — Persons in public service: definitions (22 Apr 2013)

Eilidh Whiteford: ...age than those in less physically demanding roles. People who do the same jobs, but for the MOD, need to be recognised in exactly the same way. I urge the Government to observe the spirit of the Hutton report, accept that this was an oversight, and do the right thing by our MOD police and firefighters by accepting the Lords amendments. I hope, even at this very late stage, that the...

Business of the House (4 Dec 2003)

Peter Hain: ...confront them and how people feel the future should go. On the Hutton inquiry, I made clear in the statement that I made on 16 October what the procedure would be. The Government commissioned the Hutton report and set up the inquiry, and we will ensure that Parliament has a proper opportunity to debate the outcome, as I said on 16 October. The Cabinet will consider it in the appropriate...

Public Bill Committee: Public Service Pensions Bill: Clause 9 - Pension age (13 Nov 2012)

Chris Leslie: We are talking about the specific capability reviews that the Government are conducting. The notion of a scheme-specific capability review is well accepted in the Hutton report and Government policy, and the working longer review is the example I have given. My point is simple: as it stands, the Bill does not allow for any findings of the NHS review to alter the retirement age of those who...


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