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Dr David Kelly (8 Jan 2008)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: But, my Lords, the Hutton report was sent to the coroner at the end of the inquiry in accordance with Section 17A and, in an open court hearing on 14 March 2004, the coroner himself decided that there was no exceptional reason to resume the adjourned inquest. There is much supposition in the report but, if evidence there is, it is open to Mr Baker and any other person, if they wish, to seek...

BBC: Chairmanship (Communications Committee Report) (21 Nov 2007)

Lord Davies of Oldham: .... There was great concern about the way in which the BBC was responding to several significant political crises, and about problems with its reporting. The noble Baroness, Lady Howe, mentioned the Hutton report. The new governance arrangements are there to address the issue of democratic deficit. The problem is that noble Lords are interpreting that the only solution to the democratic...

Opposition Day — [11th Allotted Day]: Armed Conflict (Parliamentary Approval) (15 May 2007)

Kenneth Clarke: ...of statements, followed only by questions, but no substantive motion. Whenever problems arose we had inquiries, but the inquiries were deliberately set up with very narrow terms of reference. The Hutton report inquired into the death of Dr. Kelly. The Butler report inquired into the use of intelligence; it was very critical, but not sufficiently so to shake the Government. In my opinion,...

Iraq (22 Feb 2007)

Lord Hurd of Westwell: ...the invasion. How was that double miscalculation arrived at? The first set of arguments about weapons of mass destruction has been investigated and analysed to a considerable extent. We have the Hutton report and the report by the noble Lord, Lord Butler of Brockwell, on the use of intelligence on weapons of mass destruction. The noble Lord said, prudently, in his report that he and his...

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...

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...

Written Answers — Defence: Hutton Report (29 Jun 2006)

Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 16 June 2006, Official Report, columns 1524-25W, on the Hutton Report, at what time of day, and on what day, the press statement from his predecessor, the right hon. Member for Ashfield (Mr. Hoon), reference 168/03 and dated 19 July 2003, available on the Government News Network website, was (a) cleared for release and (b)...

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

Des Browne: ...convention. Dr. Kelly also advised the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission on training, and communicated Iraq issues to the media and institutions. All that was set out in the Hutton report.

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.

Opposition Day — [17th Allotted Day] — BBC (21 Jun 2006)

John Whittingdale: ...burden. I want to speak briefly about charter renewal. I welcome the creation of the BBC Trust; it improves the position of the governors, which was widely recognised as unsustainable after the Hutton report. However, Michael Grade had already put in place arrangements to distance the governors from the management of the BBC, so it is not clear how the new arrangement differs from what the...

Written Answers — Defence: Hutton Report (16 Jun 2006)

Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence at what time of day, and on what day, the press statement from his predecessor, the right hon. Member for Ashfield (Mr. Hoon), on the appointment of Lord Hutton to conduct an inquiry into the death of Dr. David Kelly was (a) cleared for release and (b) released under embargo to the media.

Democracy: Power Inquiry (15 Jun 2006)

Lord Howarth of Newport: ...but they do make for disaffection. John Lloyd, in his book What the Media are Doing to Our Politics, proposes that there is a master myth of today's media that politics is a degraded activity. The Hutton report had to be a whitewash. The noble Lord, Lord Gould, spoke powerfully on that issue. It seems to have become de rigueur—as John Lloyd, a journalist, says—to present politicians as...

Points of Order: European Affairs (14 Jun 2006)

William Hague: I will not take too many lessons on morality from someone who thought that auctioning off the Hutton report was a good idea.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Dr David Kelly (14 Jun 2006)

Graham Stuart: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs which Government Departments were issued copies of the Hutton Report following its publication; and how many copies were distributed to each:

Constitutional Affairs: Dr. David Kelly (13 Jun 2006)

Harriet Harman: ...a toxicology report. He then adjourned the inquest as directed by the Lord Chancellor pending Lord Hutton's public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Dr. Kelly. Having read the Hutton report, the coroner announced at an open hearing on 16 March 2004 that there was no exceptional reason to resume the inquest.

Business of the House (25 May 2006)

Theresa May: ..., said that the Prime Minister considered standards to be a "peripheral minor issue not worthy of serious consideration". Many people have been shocked by news of the sale of a signed copy of the Hutton report to raise money for the Labour party, and more shocked that one of the MPs who organised the event was a Government Minister: the Minister for Pensions Reform. May we have a debate,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 May 2006)

Robert Goodwill: Given that the Hutton report was an inquiry about the death of a public servant, should copies signed by celebrities be auctioned to raise funds for a political party?

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Hutton Report (3 May 2006)

Norman Baker: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list the four countries referred to in paragraph 165 of the Hutton Report of 28 January 2004.

BBC Royal Charter (9 Dec 2005)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...successively has had such a big part in influencing. Noble Lords, I think without exception, have today expressed their concern to retain the independence of the BBC. Implicitly or explicitly, the Hutton report and its aftermath are only too present in our minds. I hope the noble Lord, Lord Peston—I read some of his evidence—would agree that this has not been a rehash of the Iraq war,...

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...


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