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

Dominic Grieve: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what assessment has been made since the publication of the Hutton report of the right of employees of his Department to the protection of the Data Protection Act 1998 in relation to the disclosure of their names and identity to third parties without their consent.

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...

Business of the House (11 Mar 2004)

Oliver Heald: ..., but that Back Benchers still felt marginalised. Is not the right hon. Gentleman guilty in all this, with his refusal to allow proper time for debate on important issues such as tuition fees, the Hutton report and the local government finance settlement? Has he forgotten the Government policy announcements saved up for the recent recess, referred to in early day motion No. 742? [That this...

Executive Powers and Civil Service Bill [HL] (5 Mar 2004)

Lord Maclennan of Rogart: elections, from the democratic process; as a commitment of the public to pressure groups rather than politics; and as a crisis which erupts from time to time in different places, which led to the Hutton report and the Phillis report. How many more manifestations of this difficulty and problem of loss of public sympathy and support do the Government require before seeking to address...

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: Higher Education Bill (2 Mar 2004)

Mr Tim Collins: ...the night before the Budget, and we know that the Government like to deliberate this matter on the Floor of the House before matters of great import: Second Reading took place the night before the Hutton report came out.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Hutton Report (23 Feb 2004)

Andrew MacKinlay: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs who authorised, and for what purpose, members of the Intelligence and Security Committee to be given access to the contents of the Hutton Inquiry Report on the morning of 28 January in advance of its publication.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Hutton Report (23 Feb 2004)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs who in his office saw an embargoed copy of the Hutton Report.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Hutton Report (23 Feb 2004)

Jon Trickett: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs what his estimate is of the total amount of staff hours spent in support of Lord Hutton's Inquiry; what the budget allocated to it was; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Lord Hutton's Report (23 Feb 2004)

Mr Llew Smith: ...14 of "A Further Response of the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs to the Ninth Report of the Foreign Affairs Committee's Session 2002–03" (Cm 6123) with Appendix 13 of the Hutton Report.

Supreme Court and Judicial Reforms (12 Feb 2004)

Baroness Howe of Idlicote: .... Now, that case has become overwhelming. As the noble Baroness has just said, one has only to reflect on the real concern expressed during last week's debate in your Lordships' House on the Hutton report to recognise how important for the maintenance of our democratic processes those issues have become. It is equally clear that the Commission for Judicial Appointments, set up three years...

Afghanistan (11 Feb 2004)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...a pleasure to be opening a debate on Afghanistan only two weeks after a Commons debate was initiated by the Government themselves—perhaps because the war in Afghanistan has been so eclipsed by the Hutton report and more tragic events in Iraq. The Commons debate opened by Mr Gareth Thomas focused mainly on development, which is one reason why I shall concentrate today on security for...

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,...

Air Transport White Paper (11 Feb 2004)

John Martin McDonnell: I echo the request for a full debate on this issue. Yesterday, the Minister kindly published the 27 supporting documents for the White Paper. Those papers contain more pages and words than the Hutton report, but are probably more directly related to identifying the true elements behind the Government's decision. The papers contain many details that few hon. Members have been able to take in...

Local Taxation (10 Feb 2004)

Mr Matthew Green: ...Governance and Fire could not be present for the start of the debate because he was in Committee. Originally, our Opposition day was Wednesday, but, quite rightly, it was moved because of the Hutton report. The Minister can make cheap jibes, but this debate was originally intended for the day on which the Hutton report was published. The hon. Member for Brentwood and Ongar (Mr. Pickles)...

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...

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...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Hutton Report (10 Feb 2004)

Lord Trefgarne: asked the Chairman of Committees: What was the total cost to the House of Lords of its copies of the report of the Hutton inquiry.

Written Answers — Defence: Hutton Report (9 Feb 2004)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence who in his Department saw the embargoed version of Lord Hutton's report.

Broadcasting (Rules of Coverage) (5 Feb 2004)

Mr Nick Hawkins: .... I feel strongly about that. The hon. Member for Brighton, Pavilion rightly referred to the fact that BBC Parliament coverage of the top-up fees debate—the Higher Education Bill—and the Hutton report debate in the past few days led to an increase in the audience of other news channels. He rightly drew the conclusion that what affects the size of the audience for Parliament is the...

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