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All 4 results for boris speaker:Jason McCartney

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (11 Feb 2015)

Jason McCartney: ...on the London Eye are made by Novaglaze in Lockwood in my patch, proud that the red carpet used for the royal wedding at Westminster abbey was made in Huddersfield, and proud that the upholstery in Boris’s Routemaster buses was made in Meltham in my patch. I wonder if they do upholstery for pink vans, by the way. There was more good news last week, with £2.9 million—

Textile Manufacturing (2 Dec 2014)

Jason McCartney: ...that the green jacket worn at Augusta by the winner of the Masters golf tournament is made in Huddersfield. Soft furnishings in the White House are made in Huddersfield. The crimson upholstery on Boris’s new Routemaster buses is made in Huddersfield. Talking about skills, the company that produced that fabric, Camira Fabrics, is working with the Entice Project to employ new apprentices....

Opposition Day: [10th alloted day] — The Economy (26 Nov 2014)

Jason McCartney: ...jacket for the Augusta national and the red carpet for the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess and Cambridge. It is also producing the soft furnishings for the White House and the upholstery on Boris’s Routemaster London buses. They are all made in Huddersfield.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Apr 2014)

Jason McCartney: Textile, engineering, food and drink manufacturing is booming in Huddersfield and Colne Valley. For example, Camira Fabrics from Meltham is producing the upholstery for Boris’s Routemaster buses, which have been very busy this week. The company is creating jobs and apprenticeships. Will the Prime Minister praise Camira Fabrics and the other local firms that have agreed to attend my first...

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