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Conservative MP for Christchurch (9 Jun 1983 – current)
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Eleanor Laing: I call Mr Christopher Chope. [Interruption.] Now that is very unusual: Mr Christopher Chope is not present.
Alan Whitehead: ...Michael Clarke CBE (Deputy Chairman) Peter Brokenshire Kru Desai Pamela Gordon Robin Gray Robert Hughes CBE. The past members are: David Ansbro Sir John Banham (Chairman) Professor Michael Chisholm Christopher Chope, MP OBE Sir David Cooksey (Chairman) Sir Kenneth Couzens KCB Ken Ennals CB Brian Hill CBE DL Margaret Hodge, MP MBE Howell Harris Hughes Mary Leigh Ann Levick Bob Scruton Dame...
Christopher Chope: ...for your customary indulgence. I will say no more than I have already said. I commend this major group of amendments to the House. Amendment 75 agreed to. Amendments Made: 77, 78, 80 and 81-(Mr. Chope) Third Reading
Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Christopher Gill, Sir Richard Body, Mr. Christopher Chope, Mrs. Teresa Gorman, Mr. Austin Mitchell, Mr. Laurence Robertson, Mr. William Ross, Mr. Richard Shepherd, Sir Teddy Taylor, Mr. William Thompson, Mr. John Townend, and Mr. Charles Wardle
Christopher Chope: Will the Minister confirm that the helpline number that he has given to the House is available to hon. Members' staff who are threatened with redundancy by the recommendations of Sir Christopher Kelly?
Christopher Chope: ..., in page 16, line 33, at end insert 'but any fee set under this subsection shall represent the administrative cost of running the scheme and any fee above that amount shall be repaid.'.—[Mr. Chope.] Question put, That the amendment be made:— The Committee divided: Ayes 2, Noes 7.
Christopher Chope: ..., seeks to try to find common ground. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the amendment. Amendment, by leave, withdrawn. Amendment proposed: No. 59, in page 55, leave out lines 1 to 3.—[Mr. Chope.] Question put, That the amendment be made:— The Committee divided: Ayes 3, Noes 9.
Christopher Chope: ...it can be not only entered into relatively easily and quickly—admittedly, it is a contract—but broken very quickly. In France, for example—and I quote France not only because my surname, Chope, is a French name—
Mr. Robert Walter, supported by Derek Conway, Mr. John Redwood, Bill Etherington, Angela Browning, Mr. Christopher Fraser, Mr. Nigel Evans, David Taylor, Mr. Christopher Chope, Derek Wyatt, Mr. James Clappison and Peter Luff, presented a Bill to provide for the Speaker of the House of Commons to have power to determine the eligibility of members of the House of Commons to participate in...
Christopher Chope: ...if he wishes it to be replaced by such specimen as may be required under section 7(4) of this Act and if he then provides such a specimen neither specimen of breath shall be used.''.'.—[Mr. Chope.] The Committee divided: Ayes 4, Noes 10.
Christopher Chope: ..., I shall not press to a vote amendment No. 136. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the amendment. Amendment, by leave, withdrawn. Amendment proposed: No. 138, in page 41, leave out line 25.—[Mr. Chope.] Question put, That the amendment be made:— The Committee divided: Ayes 3, Noes 11.
Division number 89 See full list of votes (From The Public Whip)Aye Peter Bone Philip Davies Philip Hollobone Andrew Turner Christopher Chope (teller) David Nuttall (teller) No Norman Baker Sir Alan Beith Bob Blackman Karen Bradley Robert Buckland Aidan Burley Alun Cairns Thérèse Coffey Wayne David Geraint Davies Michael Ellis Yvonne Fovargue Mrs Cheryl Gillan John Glen Robert Goodwill Tom...
...Maclean, David Burt, Alistair Neubert, Michael Carlisle, Kenneth (Lincoln) Patnick, Irvine Carrington, Matthew Redwood, John Cash, William Renton, Rt Hon Tim Chapman, Sydney Stevens, Lewis Chope, Christopher Waldegrave, Rt Hon William Coombs, Simon (Swindon) Waller, Gary Dykes, Hugh Widdecombe, Ann Fallon, Michael Wood, Timothy Favell, Tony Young, Sir George (Acton) Garel-Jones,...
Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will review the way in which income from savings is taken into account in calculating entitlement to pension credit following the reduction in the Bank rate to two per cent.; and if he will make a statement.
Christopher Chope: Will the Minister give way?
Christopher Chope: The Secretary of State has said that he expects the new runway to be operational early in the period between 2015 and 2020. Can he assure us that if that does not prove feasible, he will reconsider the issue of mixed mode? Many people who use Heathrow are very worried about the possibility of the airports becoming redundant.
Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what assessment he has made of the cost-effectiveness of the New Forest National Park Authority; and if he will make a statement.
Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many accidents resulting in death or serious injury have occurred on the hard shoulder of motorways in England in each of the last five years.
Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what progress has been made since 21 July 2008 in the disposal of his interest in the former NHS health centre in Saxon Square, Christchurch.
Christopher Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many dedicated traffic police are deployed on the motorway and trunk road network in England; and what the equivalent figure was for (a) 2006 and (b) 2007.