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Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Acts. (19 Feb 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: On a point of Order. I would ask that the last Order should be one of the ten included this evening. It has been held up for a long time. They want to get on with the work, and to get light in a seaside place. This Order was held up for a change of Government.

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action Claims. (26 Feb 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware—

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action Claims. (10 Mar 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that even if the £7,000,000 is paid that payment is only made on the allotments, and that no attempt has been made to deal out justice?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment Exchanges (Accommodation). ( 5 May 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Would it not ease matters if fewer attendances were called for each week? There are where men have to walk over 100 miles a month in order to sign on the unemployment register.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Bricks. ( 4 Jun 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: 65. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that the increased cost of building houses on Tees-side is due to transport charges of bricks; and whether he will co-operate with the local brick manufacturers with a view to additional plant being installed under a. guarantee to take their increased production?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Property, Gretna. (16 Jun 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Will the hon. Member ask the Government to consider the question of utilising these premises for housing married soldiers and so save the spending of £400,000 in building houses at Catterick?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Letter Delivery, Shaw End. (22 Jul 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: 69. asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that at Shaw End, Lealholm, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, there is only one delivery of letters every other day; and, as this causes great delay in correspondence, whether he will establish a daily delivery of letters in this village?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Lodging Allowance. ( 6 Aug 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: 17. asked the Minister of Labour whether he will consider the question of making a lodging allowance to men who are compelled to work away from home and where they cannot get housing accommodation to remove their families?

Public Bill Committee: Coroners and Justice Bill ( 5 Feb 2009)

Keir Starmer: It is a pleasure.

Public Bill Committee: Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill (18 Jan 2011)

Nick Herbert: ...entry in the Table in paragraph (2) and insert— ‘Thursday 20 January Until no later Than 2.30 pm The Metropolitan Police Service; Liberty Thursday 20 January Until no later than 3.15 pm Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions’.

Public Bill Committee: Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill (20 Jan 2011)

Christopher Chope: We will now move straight on to Keir Starmer. You do not need any introduction as the Director of Public Prosecutions. Thank you very much indeed for coming.

Public Bill Committee: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Bill: Examination of Witnesses (21 Jun 2011)

Tom Brake: I repeat the question I asked Keir Starmer earlier. Do you think that there is anything in the Bill that will allow more suspects to be brought to trial? If there is not, can you think of any measures that have not already been debated, such as intercept, that could be brought into play?

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ()

Draft Communications Data Bill: Draft Communications Data Bill. 2:45 pm; Committee Room 1
Witnesses: Henry Porter, Columnist, The Observer, Duncan Campbell, Investigative Journalist, IPTV Ltd and Paul Heritage-Redpath, Product Manager and Solicitor, Entanet Opinion; Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecutions Service

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee ()

Draft Communications Data Bill Joint Committee: Draft Communications Data Bill. 2:30 pm; Room 1, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 2.45pm) Henry Porter, columnist for The Observer; Duncan Campbell, IPTV; Paul Heritage-Redpath, Product Manager and Solicitor, Entanet Opinion; and (at 3.30pm) Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions (CPS).

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ()

Home Affairs: Independent Police Complaints Commission. 2:15 pm; Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Keir Starmer QC, Director of Public Prosecutions and Nazir Afzal OBE, Chief Crown Prosecutor, North West Area; Nick Hardwick, former chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission ; Dame Anne Owers DBE, Chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission, Jane Furniss, Chief Executive, Independent Police Complaints Commission and Ruth Evans, Commissioner, Independent Police Complaints...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ()

Justice: The work of the Crown Prosecution Service. 9:30 am; Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Keir Starmer, QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecution Service

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Child Abuse (Mandatory Reporting) (19 Nov 2013)

Lilian Greenwood: Does the right hon. and learned Gentleman agree with the recent recommendation made by the former Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer, that teachers and health workers who fail to report reasonable suspicions of child abuse should face criminal prosecutions? Will he produce guidance for schools on what constitutes reasonable suspicion?

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Prosecutions for Rape, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence ( 7 Jan 2014)

Oliver Heald: In September the former Director of Public Prosecutions, Sir Keir Starmer, chaired a meeting with the Home Office and national police leaders, the outcome of which was a six-point action plan to investigate and increase the number of rape and domestic violence cases that are referred by the police to the CPS for charging decisions.

Isil: New Clause 1 — Termination of pregnancy on the grounds of the sex of the unborn child (23 Feb 2015)

Edward Leigh: ...base the law on the law. There is no mention of this in the 1967 Act. There was no possibility of mentioning it in the Act, because it was not possible to determine gender when it was passed. Keir Starmer is therefore absolutely right: the law is unclear.


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