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Written Answers — Environment: Football (Crowd Misconduct) (26 Oct 1981)

...Football Association and Football League to discuss football hooliganism generally. The good sporting reputation of British people abroad is being marred by a small minority of hooligans. It is my firm intention to take every step open to me to try to resolve this difficult problem. With this in mind I shall be maintaining a regular dialogue with the football authorities. borough has...

Written Answers — Transport: Roads (Winter Maintenance) (27 Oct 1981)

...with a code of practice. These two documents, which have been drawn up with help from the local authority association, will be issued to agent authorities for action this winter. Inbucon, a firm of independent consultants is studying the whole question of recurrent maintenance of trunk roads by agent authorities at our request. I have now asked it to include winter maintenance and the...

Written Answers — Environment: Enterprise Zones (27 Oct 1981)

Mr. King: The three-year contract will cost a total of £273,130, excluding VAT. Mr. Steen asked the Secretary of State for the Environment how many statistical returns will be asked for from firms in enterprise zones; and how this figure compares with firms outside the zones. Mr. King: The only Government statistical inquiry that will go to firms in enterprise zones will be the census of...

Written Answers — Employment: Unemployed Persons (Brent) (27 Oct 1981)

Mr. Peter Morrison: The Government's policies are aimed at bringing down the rate of inflation and producing conditions that will help our firms become competitive. When these aims are achieved we shall see new worthwhile jobs created both in Brent and throughout the country. Meanwhile we are continuing with our programme of special employment and training measures that are helping large...

Written Answers — Trade: Paraffin (Price) (29 Oct 1981)

...prices for a delivery load of 200 gallons in inner zone areas. The prices for premium kerosene until October 1978 are based on the statutory controlled maximum retail prices in inner zone areas. No firm consumer price data is available for 1979, 1980 or 1981. A representative range of prices based on a number of informal estimates is therefore shown. At some retail outlets prices may fall...

Written Answers — Industry: Loan Guarantee Scheme (29 Oct 1981)

Mr. Ron Lewis asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he will give details of the number of firms assisted, and the total amount guaranteed so far, under the Government's loan guarantees for small businesses scheme, for each of the counties respectively in the Northern region and for the other regions in England.

Written Answers — Environment: Enterprise Zones (30 Oct 1981)

...factors influencing any changes that take place. In the absence of many of the standard data sources in the zones, this study has been devised to obtain information while minimising inquiries to firms. The study will establish the extent and nature of economic activity in the zones. It will look at whether this activity would have happened anyway; whether it is genuinely new, or relocated;...

Written Answers — Trade: Trade Policy (30 Oct 1981) protective measures against imports in particular cases where these are consistent with our international obligations; and we shall continue to consider individual cases on their merits. The firm line the Government are taking in the current international discussions on the problem of low-cost textile imports is evidence of our pragmatic approach to this difficult area of trade policy....

Written Answers — House of Lords: Police Training (18 Nov 1999)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: ...Federation. I am grateful to all those who have carried out these surveys and to all those who contributed their time and views during their preparation. The consultation paper published today is firmly based on these studies. The paper describes the changes which the Government believe will deliver real improvements. There are numerous examples of good practice and indeed excellence under...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Immigration Control (18 Nov 1999)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: The Government are firmly committed to ensuring that those who seek to migrate to the United Kingdom but have no grounds for doing so under the Immigration Rules are prevented from coming here. From the first moment of 19 November we will require nationals of the Republic of Croatia to obtain visas to come to the United Kingdom. Croatian nationals will also have to obtain a direct airside...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Milk Banks (13 Jan 2000)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...they want their baby to receive donated human milk. The Government are fully committed to the promotion of breastfeeding, which is uniformly accepted as the best form of nutrition for infants. We firmly believe that it is important that women and their partners are able to make a fully informed choice on how to feed their babies based on accurate and consistent information. This means that...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill [H.L.] (24 Jan 2000)

Lord Lester of Herne Hill: ...of the study; and, if not, why no such study has been undertaken before the decision to introduce the Bill; and Whether they have consulted the Commission for Racial Equality, the Society of Black Lawyers and ethnic minority organisations about the effects of the proposals contained in the Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill upon confidence among members of ethnic minorities in the fair...

Written Answers — House of Lords: House of Lords Appointments Commission (25 Jan 2000)

Baroness Jay of Paddington: PricewaterhouseCoopers have been appointed to assist in the recruitment of the Chairman and independent members of the House of Lords Appointments Commission. The firm of recruitment consultants successfully tendered for the job of trawling and sifting applications and identifying suitable candidates, who must be politically impartial, for the Chair and the three independent members of the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Organophosphorus Sheep Dips ( 1 Feb 2000)

Baroness Hayman: ...Veterinary Products Committee (VPC)'s major review of OP sheep dips in 1992 and 1993. In its report published on 1 December 1993 (MAFF News Release No. 424/93), the VPC concluded that there was no firm scientific evidence available at that time to support the hypothesis that the chronic health effects reported were associated with exposure to the OP or other ingredients in sheep dips.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Firearms National Register ( 3 Feb 2000)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: ...of even higher priority. The next step is for PITO to carry out a detailed impact assessment. This is due to begin in February and should be completed in April. It is not possible to give a firm implementation date at this stage but it is hoped that the system will be in place by the summer of 2001.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Depleted Uranium and Gulf War Illnesses ( 8 Feb 2000)

Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean: ...that the Ministry of Defence believes veterans do have high levels of DU in their bodies. Rather it is something the Ministry of Defence would like to do so that we can move forward from a firm scientific basis. This initiative is in addition to our policy which has been in place since March 1999 whereby Gulf veterans referred to the Ministry of Defence's Medical Assessment Programme will...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Government Use of Private Sector Lawyers ( 8 Feb 2000)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: asked Her Majesty's Government: What use they have made of private sector lawyers since May 1997 (or for the part of that period for which figures are available) for assistance in (a) drafting legislation, and (b) litigation; on what basis such lawyers are remunerated; and whether such remuneration is set at a rate below what would be regarded by the courts as reasonable for solicitors...

Written Answers — House of Lords: House of Lords Appointments Commission: PricewaterhouseCoopers (10 Feb 2000)

Lord Pilkington of Oxenford: ...tender process before PricewaterhouseCoopers were retained to assist in the recruitment of members of the House of Lords Appointments Commission; when the tender process was initiated; and how many firms applied.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Law Officers: Appearances as Counsel in Court (17 Feb 2000)

Lord Rawlinson of Ewell: asked Her Majesty's Government: How many occasions in the calendar year 1999 (a) the Attorney General and (b) the Solicitor General appeared as counsel in court, setting out the dates and the courts (excluding appearances before Committees of either House of Parliament).

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