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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?

Corporate Governance and Accountability — Question for Short Debate (5 Jul 2011)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ...-recommended something similar in a contribution he made on Andrew Marr's breakfast show. The new chair of the BBC Trust suggested that he was interested in the "very good ideas" contained in the Hutton report on public sector pay, which suggest not a ratio but certainly something like this 20 times approach. The Hutton report said that that pay multiples should be published and any...

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...

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

Andy Burnham: ...those feelings have been inflamed by the Government’s reckless and provocative handling of the issue from start to finish? In retrospect, does he believe that it was wise or fair to pre-empt the Hutton report by slapping a 3% surcharge on pensions, costing some teachers an extra £100 a month, or for the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to announce a raising of the retirement age at a...

Localism Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (28 Jun 2011)

Lord McKenzie of Luton: ...employees and other employees. The retention of a focus on low pay is an alternative approach to the specific linking of senior pay to multiples of low pay-that is, the 20 times factor-which the Hutton report recommended against and which seemed to find favour with the Minister in the other place. Our Amendment 101B would add to the policies which must be included in an authority's...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day]: The Economy (22 Jun 2011)

Edward Balls: I set out our position on these matters very clearly on Sunday. We agree that we need pensions reform and are studying the detail of the Hutton report, as everyone is. We thought that the increase in contributions before it was published was a complete abuse of the report and that the way the Government are rushing to increase the age of retirement is deeply unfair, especially to women in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (22 Jun 2011)

David Cameron: I thank my hon. Friend for his question and for the way he puts it. The Hutton report is a good report. This is not about attacking or downgrading public sector pensions; it is about a way of making really good public sector pensions affordable into the long term and respecting all the accrued rights that people have. We need to win this argument on the basis of fairness. It is right for the...

Opposition Day — [16th Allotted Day]: Policing and Crime (23 May 2011)

Debbie Abrahams: ...programmes and offender management. I have been contacted by nearly 50 local police officers living in my constituency. Not only are they fearful for their jobs but the recent Winsor review and Hutton report will have significant implications for their terms and conditions and for their pensions. Sergeant David Donlan asked me: “How many people have to go to work in body armour,...

Localism Bill (Ways and Means): New Clause 12 — Limits on power under section 5(1) (17 May 2011)

Barbara Keeley: ...Therefore, the perception that the public sector is awash with fat cats is a myth, and it does not help when DCLG Ministers spend their time building that myth as a way of dealing with top pay. The Hutton report confirms that increases in executive pay have been a private sector phenomenon. That is why tackling excess pay should happen not just in the public sector. We should also focus on...

Postal Services Bill: Committee (4th Day) (6 Apr 2011)

Lord de Mauley: ...Baroness, Lady Drake, I begin by thanking the noble Baroness for the important contribution that she made to the report of the noble Lord, Lord Hutton of Furness, on public sector pensions. The Hutton report will in general not apply to the new public scheme, as it will effectively be a closed scheme with no new accruals, but the report's recommendations on the governance and...

Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day]: Government Reductions in Policing (4 Apr 2011)

Mark Pawsey: ...Rochester and Strood (Mark Reckless) has just referred, will change the way they operate and the structure of their pay. Thirdly, over and above those effects officers will also be affected by the Hutton report, which in time will lead to less generous pension provision. I must tell the Home Secretary and the policing Minister that the combination of those three factors means that the...

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...

Business without Debate — Estimates: Social Security (17 Feb 2011)

John Martin McDonnell: ...500 and £700 a year. The cumulative effect of that in the long term is significant, and I am grateful that other Members have read its implications into the record. My right hon. Friend quoted the Hutton report. I take those concerns seriously-a 15% cut, and possibly a consequential cut of up to 25% in the long term. I firmly believe that those are accrued rights-we have had that debate...

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

Barbara Keeley: I am grateful for the Minister’s comments about revisiting this in the light of the Hutton report, but I wonder about the time scales. The community empowerment part of the Bill, which we will debate next week, puts local authorities in the position of receiving bids from all kinds of different bodies. We have already touched on the fact that certain councils want to outsource everything....

Onshore Wind Turbines (Proximity of Habitation): [Sir Alan Haselhurst in the Chair] (3 Nov 2009)

Oliver Heald: ...even of a ministerial telephone call, did not occur; civil servants would listen in and make notes of the discussions. A record was kept and everyone was protected by it. By the time we get to the Hutton report-this is also true of the Butler report into the war in Iraq-there had been a breakdown in those traditional ways of doing things, which had previously safeguarded the impartiality...

Local and Regional Newspapers (15 Jul 2009)

Ed Vaizey: ...Culture, Media and Sport on the BBC leadership. The Government have a tradition of attacking the BBC leadership when it dares to disagree with them. We saw that with the David Kelly affair and the Hutton report. But attacking the BBC for a lack of leadership simply because the director-general disagrees with Government policy-which, I remind the Minister, is not actually Government policy,...

[Mr. Martyn Jones in the Chair] — Ministers and Civil Servants (30 Oct 2008)

Nick Hurd: ...the years of that and arguably the present Administration, some of the key words that people conjure up are stamped in our memories. I include names such as David Kelly, Alastair Campbell, the Hutton report, the Butler report and phrases such as "A good day to bury bad news", sofa government and the culture of spin. Those phrases have entered into the lexicon. They have a resonance way...

[Mr. Mike Weir in the Chair] — Creative Industries (20 Mar 2008)

Margaret Hodge: ...important. The hon. Members for Bath (Mr. Foster) and for Wantage mentioned statistics not being precise enough. We are trying to address the problem with information. When we put together the Will Hutton report, there was a lot of discussion about the basis on which he made his observations. The data are not comparable. There is an issue with information; it is always an investment, and...

Iraq (24 Jan 2008)

Lord Howell of Guildford: ...about that and so are the noble Lord, Lord Bew, and others. Of course it is true, as the Government have argued all along, that there have been various reports on this whole saga. There was the Hutton report on the death of Dr Kelly and the profound and brilliant report by the noble Lord, Lord Butler, into certain intelligence failures and apparently misleading statements or exaggerations...

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