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Defence Industry (Lancashire) (16 Mar 2010)

David Borrow: ...from which many of the aircraft will fly-that is not necessarily true of all parties in the House. I was interested to read the comments of my hon. Friend the Member for Glasgow, South-West (Mr. Davidson) in a debate on 1 March. My hon. Friend talked about shipyard conveners visiting Opposition parties. They came away reasonably happy from a meeting with the Liberal Democrats: "However,...

Barnett Formula — Motion to Take Note (11 Mar 2010)

Lord Davies of Oldham: ...in the course of this debate. Divergences among the Members of the Opposition about their economic policies has stood out-divergences that are reflected in approaches to this issue as well. When David Cameron went to Scotland he indicated that he did not foresee-I concede that this was a couple of years ago-any real changes with regard to the Barnett formula. I wonder why that speech was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: May I first echo what the Prime Minister said about Michael Foot? Obviously, I did not serve with him in the Commons, but I have always admired his writing, his brilliant oratory and, above all, his dedication to this House of Commons. While I did not agree with much of what he said, not least about the Soviet Union and disarmament, he held all his views with conviction and with passion, and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Policing and Justice Powers (9 Mar 2010)

Jonathan Bell: Thank you, Mr Speaker. The Member makes his point well. I thank the leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition, Mr David Cameron, and the shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland who have shown statesmanship in their support of what the Assembly is doing today. It appears that, for the Conservative Party, putting the best interests of Northern Ireland first is more important that the paltry...

Written Answers — Defence: Air Force: Snow and Ice (9 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what snow clearance equipment is available at Royal Air Force bases.

Written Answers — Defence: Nimrod Aircraft (9 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what long-range maritime cover will be in place following the withdrawal of the Nimrod Mk2s in April 2010 prior to the introduction of the Nimrod Mk4s in 2012.

Written Answers — Defence: Air Force: Deployment (8 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the average weekly flying time for a Royal Air Force pilot is.

Prayers: Marine Accident Investigation Branch (Reports) Bill (5 Mar 2010)

Sadiq Khan: I, too, congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Inverclyde (David Cairns) on his success in the ballot. Last night, I read the ten-minute Bill speech that he delivered on 20 October, and he referred in his introduction to the tragedy that occurred on 19 December 2007, when the Greenock-based tug, the Flying Phantom, sank in thick fog on the River Clyde with the loss of three of her...

International Women's Day — Debate (4 Mar 2010)

Baroness Morris of Bolton: ...in this journey; men such as my right honourable friend Iain Duncan Smith, who first tasked the party with looking more like the country it aspired to lead, and then my right honourable friend David Cameron, who took action immediately he became leader to promote candidate diversity. With determined women and enlightened men there is hope that one day we will live in a world where women...

Equality Bill — Report (Continued) (2 Mar 2010)

Baroness Noakes: ...was a way of conferring a range of civil rights on same-sex partners. But the truth is that civil partnerships are about relationships and commitment. In turn, as my right honourable friend David Cameron said at our conference last autumn, these things are the bedrock of our society. For some, that commitment is enhanced and deepened by an element of religious ceremony. I believe that if...

Equality Bill — Report (2 Mar 2010)

Baroness Morris of Bolton: My Lords, my right honourable friend David Cameron made clear in his evidence session to the Speaker's Conference that he accepted the principle of reporting candidate data, as, indeed, did all the leaders of the main political parties. He explained that the desire and determination to make progress on the diversity of our candidates means that we monitor closely their gender, ethnicity and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Cohesion, Sharing and Integration Strategy (2 Mar 2010)

Jonathan Bell: I thank my friend Mr McCallister for those serious remarks on the devolution of policing and justice next week and the Hillsborough accord. Will he join me in thanking his leader, David Cameron, for his positive remarks on what the DUP achieved at Hillsborough?

Written Answers — Transport: Stagecoach Group: Judicial Review (2 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport what the status is of the judicial review in relation to Stagecoach and concessionary bus fares.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister: Executive: Minister of Justice (1 Mar 2010)

Martin McGuinness: ...been welcomed by the British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown; the Taoiseach, Brian Cowen; the Minister for Foreign Affairs and all the opposition leaders in Leinster House; the Conservative Party and David Cameron; Barack Obama, the President of the United States; Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State; and the European Union. I just wish that it was welcomed by the SDLP.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Local Government Finance: Oxfordshire (1 Mar 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government on what grounds his Department rejected the exceptional circumstances case put to it by West Oxfordshire district council in relation to the rate support grant settlement on 23 December 2009.

Welsh Affairs (25 Feb 2010)

Dame Cheryl Gillan: ...women's day, which I understand the Secretary of State's Government are just about marking this year, and I particularly want to congratulate the new apprentice of the year, Beth Pickering, whom David Cameron and I met during our visit to Broughton last year. It is good to see another woman moving forward in the business world, particularly in manufacturing. Wales, too, needs to move...

Child Migration — Statement (24 Feb 2010)

Lord Strathclyde: My Lords, I thank the noble Baroness for repeating the Statement made by the Prime Minister. I fully associate this side with that full and whole-hearted apology, as has my right honourable friend David Cameron. We also join the noble Baroness in sending those very sincere apologies to those affected who are attending all the events today. We share the respect rightly accorded to Margaret...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Child Migration (24 Feb 2010)

David Cameron: On behalf of the Opposition, I welcome what the Prime Minister has said and the moving words of the Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, who spoke last November of "the tragedy-the absolute tragedy-of childhoods lost." This was something that happened under British Governments of all parties, and the apology made is on behalf of all of us. We on the Conservative Benches join the Prime...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Feb 2010)

David Cameron: First, may I join the Prime Minister in paying tribute to the seven servicemen who have been killed in Afghanistan since the last time that we met: Lance Sergeant David Walker; Lieutenant Douglas Dalzell; Sapper Guy Mellors; Kingsman Sean Dawson; Rifleman Mark Marshall; Lance Sergeant David Greenhalgh; and Lance Corporal Darren Hicks? We are paying a high price for the operations we are...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Local Government: Bank Services (23 Feb 2010)

David Cameron: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government which local authorities' requests for permission to capitalise potential losses on investments held in Icelandic banks have been (a) granted and (b) rejected; and on what grounds such bids have been rejected.

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