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Business of the House (5 Feb 2004)

Peter Hain: ...about whether they regard Lord Hutton's report as good and whether they respect his position as an impartial judge. Do they or do they not? We ought to know. On who was questioned in public for the Hutton report and who was questioned by the House Committees, I strongly agree that those Committees, including the Intelligence and Security Committee, should have access to all the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Hutton Report (5 Feb 2004)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will investigate the premature disclosure of the Hutton Report.

Hutton Inquiry (4 Feb 2004)

Lord Falconer of Thoroton: ...of that great organisation. I shall not be able to address my closing remarks to every point that has been made before 10 o'clock, so I shall divide them into three areas: first, the comments on the Hutton report itself; secondly, comments on the forthcoming inquiry—the noble Lords, Lord Strathclyde and Lord King, have brought us intelligence of what has been said in the Commons in the...

Lord Hutton's Report (4 Feb 2004)

Dominic Grieve: ...to learn that the Ministry of Defence has taken on board the apparent lack of a documented system for dealing with an employee who has a problem. It worries me that that point clearly arises in the Hutton report, and I hope that we can be given some reassurance on it.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Hutton Report (4 Feb 2004)

Mr Tam Dalyell: To ask the Solicitor-General if the Attorney-General will discuss with Lord Hutton the investigation of the source of the leak of Lord Hutton's findings to Mr. Trevor Kavanagh of The Sun, with reference to the witness summons clauses of the Criminal Procedure and Investigation Act 1996.

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...

WMD Intelligence Review Committee (3 Feb 2004)

Jack Straw: ...be allowed to complete their work. Later, both the Prime Minister and I also referred to the continuing activities of the Iraq survey group. Over the past week, we have seen the publication of the Hutton report and the evidence of Dr. David Kay, former head of the Iraq survey group, to a US congressional committee. It has also emerged that the Iraq survey group may take longer to produce a...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Hutton Report (2 Feb 2004)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Prime Minister when the Government intends to address the criticism contained in the Hutton Report.

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...

Business of the House (29 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain: On the hon. Gentleman's last point, I was interested to note that the ritual demand that we have heard from him in the past few weeks for a two-day debate on the Hutton report was not repeated. Why is that? Well, he has double standards. The report did not say what the Tories wanted it to say and that is why he is no longer interested in a two-day debate on the Hutton report. The truth is...

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...

Iraq (28 Jan 2004)

the Earl of Sandwich: ...days, when the Government's star is rising high in the sky, but also for bringing it firmly down to earth with a focus on the Iraqi people, which is what that report was originally all about. The Hutton report shows the Government unbowed, but still reeling under public criticism of the necessity for war, such as we are hearing tonight. We can understand why. Whatever tyranny there was in...

Hutton Report (28 Jan 2004)

Lord Davies of Coity: ...lengthy report by the noble and learned Lord, Lord Hutton. I am distressed and disappointed that, although the leaders of the opposition parties clearly welcome and indeed accept the findings of the Hutton report, they go on to cherry-pick certain paragraphs, sometimes quoting and qualifying their statements and sometimes misquoting. That is a great disappointment. We have been at war with...

Lord Hutton's Report (28 Jan 2004)

Michael Howard: ...David Kelly what he was going to do, he did not tell David Kelly that he would be named, and he did not give David Kelly the support that he needed as he was thrown into the media frenzy. Is not the Hutton report quite clear on this point? Paragraph 432 says: "the MoD was at fault in the procedure which it adopted in relation to Dr Kelly after the decision had been taken to release the...

Prime Minister: Engagements (28 Jan 2004)

Michael Howard: ...to the family and friends of the British soldier killed in Afghanistan today? Will the Prime Minister give the House a categorical assurance that no one in or around No. 10 Downing street leaked the Hutton report last night?

Points of Order (27 Jan 2004)

Pete Wishart: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Yesterday, I received a letter from No. 10 that states that only two Opposition parties will have early access to the Hutton report. The Conservatives and the Liberals will see the Hutton report some six hours before publication, yet that privilege will not be extended to all the parties in the House. What can you do to ensure equality for all...

Business of the House (22 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain: ...to approve the Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning Act 1997 (Amnesty Period) Order 2004. Tuesday 3 February—Remaining stages of the Child Trust Funds Bill. Wednesday 4 February—Debate on the Hutton Report. Thursday 5 February—Motions on the Police Grant Report and Local Government Finance Reports. Friday 6 February—Private Members' Bills.

Public Bill Committee: Child Trust Funds Bill: Clause 15 - Information from account providers etc. (20 Jan 2004)

George Osborne: ...an exception and breaking it next Tuesday evening to return for important Divisions in the House. He may also be around on Wednesday when we think we will be privileged to have early access to the Hutton report. Having tried your patience, Mr. Benton, I will move on to the much more interesting subject of the amendments. The clause deals with the requirement for account providers to...

Business of the House (15 Jan 2004)

Peter Hain: ...in Northern Ireland. Thursday 29 January—A debate on "Afghanistan: the development challenge". During the business statement last Thursday, hon. Members inquired about the publication of the Hutton report. Although the publication of the report is for Lord Hutton, not for the Government, I did commit to draw Lord Hutton's attention to the point that was raised by the hon. Member for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (14 Jan 2004)

Michael Howard: Will the Prime Minister now finally confirm that he will lead for the Government in the debate on the Hutton report?


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