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Mr Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood

Former MP for Preston (10 Dec 1832 – 23 Jul 1847)


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Nuclear Energy (Financing) Bill (3 Nov 2021)

George Freeman: ...been raised by hon. Members. I pay tribute to my right hon. Friend the Member for Kingswood (Chris Skidmore), who raised the urgency of tackling the downscaling and ending of the existing nuclear fleet, the urgency of getting this new financing in place and the role of nuclear in levelling up in Somerset and elsewhere in the country. My hon. Friend the Member for Gloucester (Richard...

UK-French Trading Dispute (28 Oct 2021)

Peter Aldous: The non-enforcement of total allowable catches for non-quota species in UK waters this year has not only undermined our inshore fleet but may have sent a signal that the UK will not enforce rules designed to promote sustainable fishing and our domestic industry. That might have played a contributory role in the lead-up to these incidents. Can my right hon. Friend confirm that those TACs will...

Backbench Business: UK Maritime Sector — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (16 Sep 2021)

Jim Shannon: ...exhibition here in London. I very much look forward to the Ministry of Defence rewarding that shipyard and its partners with future contracts for new ships for the Royal Navy and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, which as well as delivering the finest ships for the nation would help achieve the Government’s goal of levelling up the UK’s economy, as the hon. Member for Waveney (Peter Aldous)...

Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles (Safeguarding and Road Safety) Bill (10 Sep 2021)

Sam Tarry: I am very pleased to see this Bill before the House today. I pay tribute to the hon. Member for Darlington (Peter Gibson) for promoting it, and for this thoughtful and very well researched exposition of exactly why this is needed. I hope that, after today’s debate, there will be much support on both sides of the House for this very well-timed Bill, which perhaps should have been brought...

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate (8 Sep 2021)

Daniel Zeichner: ...timely to be looking at what we can all do in our own areas. My purpose in bringing this debate tonight is to highlight what I consider to be the excellent work being done in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and to press the Government to listen both to the recommendations and the requests that flow from them. I am sure the Minister is in listening mode. This is no partisan intervention; we...

Forced Repatriation of Chinese Seamen from Liverpool After World War Two (21 Jul 2021)

Kevin Foster: ...to campaign for the rights of Chinese seamen’s families, which must have been particularly brave given wider societal attitudes at that time. I also pay tribute, as the hon. Member did, to Peter Foo and others in Liverpool who have campaigned long and hard on this issue in the search for answers about what happened. I do recognise the strength of feeling on Merseyside about what...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Fishing Catches: North Sea (14 Jul 2021)

Peter Aldous: ...the Answer of 16 June 2021 to Question 12119, what the Total Allowable Catches are for North Sea sole and plaice for 2021; and what the (a) UK’s opening quota is for those species under the 10m fleet pool quota allocation and (b) EU's opening quota is for 2021.

Fisheries Management — [Sir Charles Walker in the Chair] (13 Jul 2021)

Victoria Prentis: .... I continue to work closely with colleagues from around the country on this and to bring the matter up with the Commission whenever we have the opportunity. My hon. Friend the Member for Waveney (Peter Aldous) made a powerful speech; he is keen, as ever, to support the inshore fleet. He is right that there is not a one-size-fits-all management approach, which simply would not work. We...

Prime Minister: Engagements (16 Jun 2021)

David Simmonds: ...the rebuild of Hillingdon Hospital will be of great benefit to his constituents and mine? Will he commit to working with me and other local Members of Parliament, and potential future MPs such as Peter Fleet in Chesham and Amersham, to secure the future of services at Hillingdon’s other site, Mount Vernon Hospital in my constituency, which provides specialist medical treatments to a...

His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (12 Apr 2021)

Peter Kyle: ...I have been a Member of this House, my father called me this weekend and said, “Peter, I expect to see you in the House on Monday speaking.” My dad served in the Royal Navy in the 1960s, in the Fleet Air Arm as a mechanic, and his words mean a great deal, because he respected hugely the figure of Prince Philip. As a member of the armed forces parliamentary scheme, I speak to many...

Scottish Parliament: Construction and Procurement of Ferry Vessels (2 Feb 2021)

Jamie Halcro Johnston: ...; he is just one of the SNP ministers involved in this shameful affair. Stay-at-home politician Derek Mackay should be here, too, or at least joining us remotely to answer questions, but he is not. Peter Chapman took up the issue of the gulf between the committee’s findings and the Government’s response. Significantly, the issues around Transport Scotland’s and CMAL’s oversight and...

Scottish Parliament: Drug Deaths (14 Jan 2021)

Angela Constance: ...fourth chances. We need to stick with people over the long term. I am cognisant of the particular role that the third sector has to play, in genuine partnership with the statutory sector. It can be fleet of foot and responsive and help us with outreach services and reach those who are furthest away. There is an urgent necessity to act to reduce harms now; I believe in the housing first...

Scottish Parliament: No-take Zones (15 Dec 2020)

Paul Wheelhouse: ...and appropriate, additional measures will be introduced, such as for the protection of vulnerable spawning and juvenile fish areas, and remote electronic monitoring for the pelagic and scallop fleets, and for other sectors of the fleet as required. The deployment programme has fitted remote electronic monitoring, including cameras, to 30 per cent of Scottish scallop dredge vessels, which...

Fisheries Bill [Lords]: New Clause 8 - Agency arrangements between sea fish licensing authorities (13 Oct 2020)

Sir David Amess: ...economy. More data and scientific knowledge will help us to manage the fish in our own waters more accurately. With that knowledge and new management plans, we can allow the rapid growth of our own fleet and, in time, limit access for European Union vessels. More importantly, the Thames estuary and the east coast do not have good stock levels of Dover sole, one of the main species. I...

Fisheries Bill [Lords] (1 Sep 2020)

Victoria Prentis: ...tonight’s showing, that he will be an outstanding leader of the Scottish Conservatives, and we have seen tonight—if we ever doubted—that he is very firmly on the side of the Scottish fishing fleet. My hon. Friend the Member for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine (Andrew Bowie) made an excellent speech, and I would also like to mention the Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, my...

Dronfield Station:150th Anniversary (29 Jun 2020)

Chris Heaton-Harris: ...seats, faster inter-city journeys, and new fast and efficient inter-city and express trains. For long-distance journeys, we will reduce journey times by up to 20 minutes in the peak and a brand new fleet of bi-mode trains will be introduced. For journeys from Corby through Luton into London, including from Wellingborough, passengers will benefit from a new and dedicated electric service....

Scottish Parliament: White-fish Fleet (Illicit Activity) (7 May 2020)

Peter Chapman: The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism will be aware that our white-fish fleet is voluntarily restricting its days at sea to ensure that the market is supplied but not swamped. [ Temporary loss of sound. ] However, when they return to their traditional fishing grounds, they find line and gillnet vessels from Spain and France moving in on those traditional Scottish fishing areas...

Energy Efficiency Measures: Net Zero Buildings: Cawdor Barracks (26 Feb 2020)

Stephen Crabb: ...1944, as RAF Brawdy, and was initially a satellite station supporting the heavy bomber aircraft stationed nearby at RAF St Davids. Following the end of the war, the base was handed over to the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy, becoming a royal naval air station that was renamed RNAS Brawdy. From 1963 to 1971, the Brawdy site was home to Fairey Gannet anti-submarine aircraft and to Hawker...

Scottish Parliament: Inshore Fisheries (26 Feb 2020)

Peter Chapman: ...of the tensions between static fishermen and those using mobile gear. I welcome the announcement that the remote electronic monitoring programme is going ahead, and I agree that the scallop dredge fleet should be among the first to be equipped with remote electronic monitoring. I agree that local management is the way ahead. It is right to empower our inshore fishermen to manage their own...

UK Fisheries — [Sir George Howarth in the Chair] (12 Feb 2020)

George Eustice: ...time, we were being progressively driven out of our traditional fishing grounds in Iceland. The first, second and third cod wars culminated, in 1976, with British fishing vessels, the long-distance fleet, being excluded to 200 miles from Iceland. My hon. Friend was also right in saying that while the EU was developing catch data in the late ’70s, we ended up with an appalling and unfair...


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