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Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Draft High Hedges Bill (19 Jan 2010)

Edwin Poots: ...that issue. However, we await the consultation process, and should the subject be raised regularly, we will look at whether it can be addressed. At this time, it is not our intention to deal with roots.

Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Protocol (20 Jan 2021)

Claire Hanna: I thank the Secretary of State for his words about Edwin Poots. Everybody here is rooting for the Minister in his battle. Has the Secretary of State given any thought to structures he can use to engage with the Irish Government on the protocol and other relevant issues now that they are not meeting within EU frameworks? Specifically, does he think the British-Irish Council or the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Health: Transforming Your Care (9 Oct 2012)

Edwin Poots: The Roots of Empathy programme is excellent value for money and is a programme that I support strongly.  A high level of interest has been shown by stakeholders, including staff at primary schools and early year providers, in the Roots of Empathy programme.  The PHA is examining the possible scale and pace of expansion of the programme, and a major benefit of it is the legacy of skilled...

Orders of the Day — Land Drainage (Recommitted) Bill: New Clause. — (Power of Agricultural Land Tribunal to Make Orders Dealing with New Discharges of Water on to Agricultural Land.) (26 Apr 1961)

Renton, David Summers, Sir Spencer (Aylesbury) Walker, Peter Roberts, Sir Peter (Heeley) Tapsell, Peter Whitelaw, William Roots, William Taylor, Edwin (Bolton, E.) Williams, Dudley (Exeter) Ropner, Col. Sir Leonard Teeling, William Wills, Sir Gerald (Bridgwater) Sharples, Richard Temple, John M, Wilson, Geoffrey (Truro) Shaw, M. Thomas, Leslie (Canterbury) Wise, A. R. Shepherd, William...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 7. — (Imperial Preference.) (9 Jul 1919)

Mr Sydney Arnold: I beg to move, to leave out the word sugar. First of all, Sir Edwin, I want to put to you a point of Order. I have a new Clause down on the Paper later for the purpose of abolishing the Sugar Duty altogether, as I am opposed to it root and branch. If this present Amendment should be rejected, the effect would be that the Committee would have decided that there is to be an Excise Duty on sugar...

Orders of the Day — GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Re-committed) BILL,: Clause 4. — (Appointment of Ministers and council Secretaries.) (3 Dec 1919)

Mr Edwin Montagu: ...In the second place, the carrying of the Amendment would deprive the Legislative Council of all control over the salary of its Ministers. That may be a good thing or a bad thing, but it cuts at the root of the whole question of responsible government. If the Council cannot fix the salary of a Minister responsible to it, we have made a very great change in the relations between the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Hospitals: Missed Appointments (19 Sep 2011)

Edwin Poots: ...who are waiting for review appointments; developing pathways that reduce unnecessary follow-up appointments; and the production of an annual report by the trusts providing an analysis of the root causes and demographics of non-attendance, together with performance against local “Did not attend” targets. The Department and HSC Board will review those reports and take further follow-up...

SUPPLY [7th March]: Vote a. Number of Land Forces (20 Mar 1961)

Roots, William Taylor, Sir Charles (Eastbourne) Watts, James Ropner, Col. Sir Leonard Taylor, Edwin (Bolton, E.) Webster, David Russell, Ronald Teeling, William Wells, John (Maidstone) Scott-Hopkins, James Temple, John M. Whitlaw, William Seymour, Leslie Thatcher, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Paul (Sunderland, S.) Sharples, Richard Thomas, Leslie (Canterbury) Wills, Sir Gerald (Bridgwater)...

Orders of the Day — Land Drainage (Recommitted) Bill: Clause 3. — (Designation of Watercourses for Drainage Works in the Interests of Agriculture.) (26 Apr 1961)

Loveys, Walter H. Partridge, E. Taylor, Edwin (Bolton, E.) Lucas, Sir Jocelyn Pearson, Frank (Clitheroe) Teeling, William MacArthur, Ian Pickthorn, Sir Kenneth Temple, John M. McLaren, Martin Pitman, I. J. Thomas, Leslie (Canterbury) Maclean, SirFitzroy(Bute&N.Ayrs.) Pott, Percivall Tiley, Arthur (Bradford, W.) McMaster, Stanley R. Prior, J. M. L. Vane, W. M. F. Maddan, Martin...

Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (7 Feb 1961)

...) Vosper, Rt. Hon. Dennis Roberts, Sir Peter (Heeley) Sumner, Donald (Orpington) Wakefield, Sir waved (St. M'lebone) Robson Brown, Sir William Talbot, John E. Walker-Smith, Rt. Hon. Sir Derek Roots, William Tapsell, Peter Wall, Patrick Ropner, Col. Sir Leonard Taylor, Sir Charles (Eastbourne) Ward, Dame Irene Royle, Anthony (Richmond, Surrey) Taylor, Edwin (Bolton, E.) Watkinson, Rt....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Afforestation Programme (2 Mar 2020)

Edwin Poots: ...young. That is all an aside. On planning policy, trees are more challenging in built-up areas. I suspect that most Members have been lobbied about getting trees taken away and so forth because of roots growing through footpaths or leaves shedding on people's roofs and causing problems. Tree planting in urban areas and, especially, identifying it through planning need to be done with the...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Feb 1961)

...Wills, Sir Gerald (Bridgwater) Ramsden, James Tapsell, Peter Wilson, Geoffrey (Truro) Rawlinson, Peter Taylor, Sir Charles (Eastbourne) Wolrige-Cordon, Patrick Redmayne, Rt. Hon. Martin Taylor, Edwin (Bolton, E.) Wood, Rt. Hon. Richard Rees, Hugh Taylor, W. J. (Bradford, N.) Woodhouse, C. M. Rees-Davies, W. R. Teeling, William Woodnutt, Mark Renton, David Temple, John M. Woollam,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Royal Victoria Hospital: X-rays (25 Jun 2012)

Edwin Poots: We could possibly answer some of the questions, and we could speculate on some of them. We have sought to carry out a root-cause analysis of what has happened. I understand that, earlier this year, a new departmental head instigated a course of work, looking at X-rays. It was not something that would have immediately sprung to mind in terms of what had actually happened. It was only on having...

Orders of the Day — WELSH SHIPPING AGENCY BILL [Lords] (By Order) (22 Jun 1964)

..., Sir Peter (Heeley) Cordeaux, Lt.-Col. J. K. Hulbert, Sir Norman Robinson, Kenneth (St. Pancras, N.) Corfield, F. V. Iremonger, T. L. Robson Brown, Sir William Coulson, Michael James, David Roots, William Crithley, Jullan Johnson, Eric (Blackley) Ropner, Col. Sir Leonard Cullen, Mrs. Alice Kenyon, Clifford Ross, William Deedes, Rt. Hon. W. F. Kerr, Sir Hamilton Royle, Anthony...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Jun 2009)

Gordon Brown: ...and democratic Afghanistan, and the whole country should be rightly proud of the sacrifice these men have made. I have also to report that we have strong reason to believe that a British citizen, Edwin Dyer, has been murdered by an al-Qaeda cell in Mali. I, as will the whole House, utterly condemn this appalling and barbaric act of terrorism. Our thoughts and condolences are with the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Exploitation of Children and Young People (30 Sep 2013)

Gordon Dunne: ...to prevent any further exploitation of our children and young people, whether they are in care homes or living at home in our communities.  I welcome the recent measures that the Health Minister, Edwin Poots, undertook.  I commend him for taking swift action in announcing an independent expert-led inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Northern Ireland.  That is an important measure...

SUPPLY [8th March]: Vote a. Number for Air Force Service (20 Mar 1961)

...) Vaughan-Morgan, Sir John Mott-Radolyffe, Sir Charles Robson Brown, Sir William Vosper, Rt. Hon. Dennis Nabarro, Gerald Rodgers, John (Sevenoaks) Wakefield, Edward (Derbyshire, W.) Neave, Airey Roots, William Walker-Smith, Rt. Hon. Sir Derek Nugent, Sir Richard Ropner, Col. Sir Leonard Wall, Patrick Orr, Capt. L. P. S. Russell, Ronald Ward, Dame Irene Osborn, John (Hallam)...

Summary of Day (19 Apr 1966)

Dr Horace King: ...Francis St. John-Stevas, esquire, Chelmsford. Raymond Llewellyn Mawby, esquire, Totnes. Sir Edward Joseph Brown, M.B.E., Bath. Edward Macmillan Taylor, esquire, Glasgow, Cathcart. William Lloyd Roots, esquire, T.D., Q.C., Kensington. South. Antony Claud Frederick Lambton, esquire, commonly called Viscount Lambton, Berwick-upon-Tweed. William John Biffen, esquire, Oswestry. Thomas...

White Fish and Herring Subsidies (14 Jul 1961)

...Aitken, w. T. Henderson-Stewart, Sir James Rawlinson, Peter Allason, James Hobson, John Redmayne, Rt. Hon. Martin Ashton, Sir Hubert Holland, Philip Renton, David Batsford, Brian Hopkins, Alan Roots, William Baxter, Sir Beverley (Southgate) Hornsby-Smith, Rt. Hon. Patricia Seymour, Leslie Biggs-Davison, John Howard, Hon. G. R. (St. Ives) Sharples, Richard Bingham, R. M. Hughes-Young,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Mr Ivan Davis (23 Mar 2020)

Paul Givan: I did not know Ivan to the same extent as my colleague Edwin Poots did, nor did I have the history that his family did with the Davis family. I first met Ivan on a school tour in Parliament Buildings shortly after the Belfast Agreement was signed. Ivan had been elected for Lagan Valley with his colleague Billy Bell of the Ulster Unionist Party. My school principal was an avid Ulster Unionist....


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