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Procedure and Privileges Committee - Motion to Agree (22 Feb 2022)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...have been deemed eligible to vote remotely under Standing Order 24A. Again, this is of course a matter for the House, but I underline that your Lordships’ committee was unanimous in its support for pass reader voting and for the procedure described in the report before the House today. We have already modelled that procedure as far as possible on that which operated before the pandemic....

Arrangement of Business - Announcement (19 Oct 2021)

Lord Ashton of Hyde: ...ready by that point. The House will be asked by the Senior Deputy Speaker to approve the new procedures for our Divisions using passes and pass readers on 25 October. One key part of getting ready for pass-reader voting is for Members of the House to register their security pass on the new system. If noble Lords do not do so, they will be unable to use the system to vote in Divisions...

5. Statement by the Minister for Economy and Transport: Concessionary Travel ( 8 Oct 2019)

Russell George: ...with regard to concessionary travel. I wonder, Minister, if you can say a bit more about how you have considered some of the concerns that have been expressed to avoid the unintended consequences for pass holders such as carers and older people with health issues or disabilities. I'd also be grateful for further details of how you have considered the potential negative impacts on the...

Parliamentary Estate: Security - Announcement (20 Mar 2019)

Lord Fowler: ...which had been planned for today. Yesterday evening, following lengthy negotiations, the strike action was suspended. As a result, all entrances across the Parliamentary Estate are open as normal for pass holders and non-pass holders, and the Public Galleries in both Houses are open for visitors. I remind the House, as I said yesterday, that it is imperative that we all wear our passes...

Ceramics (Country of Origin Marking): Civil Liability Bill [Lords] ( 4 Sep 2018)

Jo Stevens: ...to consumers”. Will the Minister share with the House what “careful consideration of the evidence” led to this assumption, as well as the “sensitivity analysis” that has been conducted for pass-through rates of 50% and 70%? Paragraph 5.77 states that “The increase in the Small Claims Track threshold from £1,000 to £2,000 for all personal injury claims that are not RTAs could...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Travel: Concessions (22 Jul 2014)

Baroness Kramer: ...travel concession over and above the statutory minimum ENCTS, for example companion passes or extensions to travel times. The statutory concession for London residents provides free travel for pass holders on almost all public transport in London. Details of discretionary enhancements across England can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: MITIE Group ( 5 Jul 2013)

Brandon Lewis: ...(£) 2008-09 7,148,618 2009-10 7,992,470 2010-11 4,847,386 2011-12 5,353,495 2012-13 368,913 The spend figure in 2012-13 relates to payments of fixed costs and final settlement for pass through costs for March 2012 which were paid in April of the following financial year in line with current payment plan and policy. In 2010 under the new coalition Government, an...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Transport: Heavy Goods Vehicles (21 Mar 2012)

Earl Attlee: ...425,918 443,493 457,782 Total HGV Vehicle Fails 93,352 108,737 121,365 148,138 First MoT (for fails only) 322 329 353 537 PRS (overall) 40,137 45,531 52,715 67,248 (PRS stands for pass after rectification at station and represents vehicles that fail an initial test for a very minor defect (bulb blown, headlamp aim askew, screws or bolts loose etc) that are easily...

Scottish Parliament: Young Drivers ( 7 Sep 2011)

Mark McDonald: ...to their driving. Over the summer, I attended an agricultural show and got talking to a driving instructor. He told me that he had discovered that fewer young people are putting themselves forward for pass plus than previously because they have found that insurance companies are no longer offering discounts to people who have pass plus because they do not see any differential in the...

Scottish Parliament: Patient Rights (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (17 Nov 2010)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...when things do not go as they expect. The bill builds on the current service but makes some important improvements to the way that that service is run. I believe that it is important to legislate for PASS so that there is no risk of the erosion of such a service. Citizens Advice Scotland said in its evidence to the committee that the bill would make PASS "statutory, so health boards...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Regional Development: Cross-border Public Transport (18 May 2010)

Conor Murphy: .... In addition, cross-border bus and rail travellers can avail themselves of the various concessionary fares schemes that my Department funds. The all-Ireland free travel scheme allows free travel for pass holders aged 66 and older from the South to travel free of charge on all bus and rail services in the North using the SmartPass card. Similarly, Senior SmartPass holders in the North aged...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Rail Services: Rail Services ( 1 Apr 2009)

Stewart Stevenson: The Technical Specification for Interoperability (TSI) Noise promoted by the European Union, establishes limits for pass-by noise. These standards were implemented in the UK, including Scotland, in 2006. In England and Wales air-borne noise which derives from new or altered railways is covered by the Noise Insulation (Railways and Other Guided Transport Systems) Regulations which came into...

[Mr. Mike Hancock in the Chair] — Road Safety (16 Jul 2008)

David Taylor: My hon. Friend the Member for Pendle (Mr. Prentice) made a magnificent 30-minute speech, but was unable to include the potential for pass plus, the agency's suggestion for newly qualified drivers, and the possibility of using probationary or "P" plates to indicate to other road users a recently gained driving licence. Does the hon. Gentleman think that those ideas have any significant...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Road Safety: Road Safety (13 Sep 2007)

Stewart Stevenson: The pilot scheme is being monitored to evaluate its effectiveness in increasing the uptake of Pass Plus. A decision on future support for Pass Plus will depend on the results of the pilot scheme and the outcome of the current review by the Driving Standards Agency on the future of driver training and testing in the UK.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Transport: Transport (13 Sep 2007)

Stewart Stevenson: ...are available on the Parliament’s website, the search facility for which can be found at http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/webapp/wa.search . The estimated annual cost of extending support for Pass Plus across Scotland, on a similar basis to the recent pilot scheme, would be a maximum of £3.3 million per annum.

Orders of the Day: Clause 1 — The national concession (28 Jun 2007)

Stephen Hammond: ...accept concessions and whether they will get reimbursement; uncertainty for local authorities, as they will not know for sure whom they should negotiate with; and most importantly, uncertainty for pass holders as to whether they can use their pass. That is not efficient, and many of the organisations involved will not be able to plan ahead. That is why my hon. Friends and I have tabled the...

Written Answers — Transport: Pass Plus Certificates (22 May 2006)

Stephen Ladyman: ...2006 1,224 10 April 2006 1,405 17 April 2006 1,719 24 April 2006 2,950 1 May 2006 1,973 8 May 2006 2,603 The agency does not retain data on the number of applications received for Pass Plus certificates but receives on average 300 per day.

Orders of the Day — Road Safety Bill [Lords] ( 8 Mar 2006)

Mark Harper: ...—providing young people with significant discounts on car insurance, which is a significant cost, as a result of having done pass plus or other training. Many insurance companies offer discounts for pass plus, some of which can be quite significant—but that is not always the case. I have spoken to a number of young people in my constituency who have taken pass plus or other training...

Written Answers — Transport: Vehicle Tests (18 Jul 2005)

Stephen Ladyman: ...of the MOT Scheme including training and refresher training of garage Authorised Examiners and Nominated Testers, MOT computerisation and the enforcement of the Scheme. The VOSA charge for pass certificates is regularly reviewed and is currently frozen pending full roll out of computerised services.

Public Transport (Pensioners) (28 Jan 2002)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...example of somewhere which offers something positive to pensioners. The standard concession in London for elderly, blind and disabled people crosses 33 boroughs. The scheme provides for free travel for pass holders on buses, the underground, the docklands light railway and other rail services. Free travel is available on buses from 9 am to 3 am the next day from Monday to Friday, and at...


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