All 3 results for mark pawsey speaker:David Heath

Business of the House: Whitsun Recess (24 May 2012)

David Heath: ...those in the premiership and those who aspire to be. I will draw his comments to the attention of the Minister for Sport. Appropriately, we then moved on to my hon. Friend the Member for Rugby (Mark Pawsey), who talked about graduated driver licensing. I am pleased that he recognises that the introduction of the drug-driving legislation will be an advance. He knows that he is yet to...

General Matters (20 Dec 2011)

David Heath: ...also mentioned Young and Safe in Gainsborough, an organisation he obviously believes does very good work. We must hope that it survives its current difficulties. The hon. Member for Rugby (Mark Pawsey) clearly has an exceedingly good company in his constituency, but spoke about the 4 metre height limit that has been proposed by the Commission. The Government agree that the 4 metre height...

General Matters (5 Apr 2011)

David Heath: ...ghettoising people of modest means in any way, as that will not achieve the objectives of social mobility that were the entire thrust of what the Government said today. The hon. Member for Rugby (Mark Pawsey) started his speech very boldly by claiming that his was the only town to have given its name to a game. I say to him: Badminton. Obviously, rugby is the most important sport....

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