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Business of the House. (28 Mar 1938)

...A. V. G. Macmillan, H. (Stockton-on-Tees) Tasker, Sir R. I. Duckworth, Arthur (Shrewsbury) Macnamara, Major J. R. J. Tate, Mavis C. Duggan, H. J. Maitland, A. Taylor, Vice-Adm. E. A. (Padd., S.) Eastwood, J. F. Makins, Brig.-Gen. E. Touche, G. C. Edmondson, Major Sir J. Manningham-Buller, Sir M. Tree, A. R. L. F. Elliot, Rt. Hon. W. E. Margesson, Capt. Rt. Hon. H. D. R. Tryon, Major...

Local Government (Scotland) Bill (22 Oct 1973)

Mr George Younger: ...changes as a result. There were fine words spoken at the beginning. During the second sitting of our Committee upstairs on 30th January, my right hon. Friend said in starting off his first reply at column 80: Let me also say—and this is perhaps most important of all—that the Government do not have fixed positions on all the matters before us. We intend to deal flexibly with all...

Abolition of Domestic Rates Etc. (Scotland) Bill (Allocation of Time): Interpretation (11 Feb 1987)

Donald Dewar: ...have had to spend many hours listening to the Under-Secretary of State for Scotland. That is an occupation that lacks inspirational content. I noticed that the hon. Gentleman was mentioned in the columns of The Scotsman the other day, praising the efforts and the effectiveness of my hon. Friend the Member for Cathcart. That uncharacteristically generous and balanced judgment arose because...

Orders of the Day — Abolition of Domestic Rates etc. (Scotland) Bill: Community Charge (4 Mar 1987)

Mr Allan Stewart: ...not added his name in support of the amendment, presumably because he is too busy in Oxford. 4.45 pm I want to consider some of the points raised by the hon. Member for Garscadden in relation to Eastwood. The hon. Gentleman did not pay sufficient heed to the key argument in favour of going ahead with the community charge as quickly and as clearly as possible. He has not paid sufficient...

Orders of the Day — Licensing (Amendment) Bill: Variation Orders etc. (8 May 1987)

Mr Allan Stewart: ...Savours) last week referred to as my marginal constituency. It is a matter of record that, at the last election, I received over 46 per cent. of the popular vote and a majority of over 8,000. We in Eastwood will fight for every vote because every vote counts. Let the House be under no misapprehension that my commitments are wholly compatible with my presence here, if necessary, until 2.30...

Self-governing Schools Etc. (Scotland) Bill (14 Nov 1989)

John McAllion: ...Member for Gainsborough and Horncastle said that, after 20 hours of discussion in Committee, little new was introduced into the debate. I ask him to consider the contribution of the hon. Member for Eastwood (Mr. Stewart). He seemed to be highly entertained by his hon. Friend's speech, although it was the same speech that he made on 3 May 1989—six months ago—even down to the same...

Clyde Port Authority Bill (14 May 1990)

Dr Norman Godman: ..., it goes before an Opposed Bill Committee in another place. I hope that, if the Bill becomes law, no harm will come to the Greenock container terminal. I seek an assurance from the hon. Member for Eastwood on that. On Friday, I spoke to Mr. Phil Cannie and some of his colleagues who load and unload cargo at the terminal. They also expressed their legitimate concern that the terminal...

Orders of the Day — Bankruptcy (Scotland) Bill (17 Jun 1992)

Donald Dewar: take direct evidence from interested bodies and parties as though they were a Select Committee. I believe that I was the first to suggest such an arrangement: my suggestion can be found in column 20 of the Hansard report of the Scottish Grand Committee debate that took place on 4 June. The main reason for my suggestion. and, I think, for the widespread support that it has gained from...

Orders of the Day — Boundary Commissions Bill (30 Jun 1992)

Alistair Darling: contemplating changes which may not be major but could be significant to parliamentary boundaries. I note that a written answer to my hon. Friend the Member for Newham North-West (Mr. Banks) in column 368 of yesterday's Hansard gave the impression that the Government contemplate such changes. It is now common ground between the parties that the boundary commission should cross London...

Orders of the Day — Bankruptcy (Scotland) Bill: Advisory Committee (26 Oct 1992)

Jim Wallace: ...Second Reading. It is obviously of importance to me as a Member who represents a Scottish constituency. From a report of proceedings in Committee, I notice that the Minister, the hon. Member for Eastwood (Mr. Stewart), sought to give assurances. I refer especially to columns 150 and 151. For example, the hon. Gentleman said: I entirely accept the point about geographical coverage, which...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (10 Jul 1997)

Tim Boswell: ...and the implications of the exchange rate for manufacturing industry. That was an important sub-theme of the debate. In a bipartisan spirit. I should mention the speech of the hon. Member for Eastwood (Mr. Murphy), to which I attended carefully because we used to meet across the student table, as it were. I was interested that he began to invite the Government to tease out some of the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Refurbishment Projects (23 Oct 2001)

David Blunkett: ...,109 Dorchester 498 1,932 62 2,492 Downview 3,000 7,000 0 10,000 Drake Hall 0 2,000 500 2,500 Durham 2,728 1,928 4,773 0 Durham 0 2,032 7,634 9,666 Eastwood Park 0 2,600 300 2,900 Everthorpe 210 2,052 55 2,317 Feltham 0 700 2,000 2,700 Feltham 0 1,300 1,300 2,600 Gartree 2,352 2,594 8,359 0 ...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Terrorist Attacks (Middle East) (23 Jan 2002)

Ben Bradshaw: I refer my hon. Friend to the answer I gave to my hon. Friend the Member for Eastwood (Mr. Murphy) on 9 January 2002, Official Report, column 919W.

Written Answers — Defence: Afghanistan (10 Apr 2002)

Adam Ingram: I refer my hon. Friend to the answer I gave on 12 March 2002, Official Report, column 870W, to my hon. Friend the Member for Eastwood (Mr. Murphy). The further 1,700 troops currently deploying to Afghanistan will be concentrating on operations against remnants of the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons (12 Nov 2003)

Paul Goggins: ... 186 193 310 316 Downview 245 292 322 343 338 343 Drake Hall 276 304 232 267 162 295 Durham 716 730 659 737 883 961 East Sutton Park 95 100 89 100 70 100 Eastwood Park 322 328 299 324 301 328 Elmley 934 955 914 950 895 950 Erlestoke 327 326 320 326 292 326 Everthorpe 374 386 465 470 458 470 Exeter 500 533 469...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons (9 Feb 2004)

Paul Goggins: ...of assaults on prison officers reported to Prison Service headquarters by prisons is given in the table below, which distinguishes between serious and minor assaults. Serious assaults are shown in column A for each prison and each year with minor assaults being shown in column B. Serious assaults are those that result in detention in outside hospital as an inpatient, medical treatment for...

Written Answers — Home Department: Young Offenders (25 Mar 2004)

Mark Oaten: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to his answer of 9 February 2004, Official Report, column 1262W, on juvenile prisoners, for what reasons the use of unfurnished cells was judged to be unnecessary at (a) Eastwood Park, (b) Holloway, (c) Huntercombe, (d) Lancaster Farms, (e) Parc, (f) Thorn Cross, (g) Warren Hill, (h) Werrington and (i) Wetherby.

Written Answers — Home Department: Prison Suicides (20 Oct 2004)

Paul Goggins: ... 0 1 Deerbolt 0 0 0 0 0 Doncaster 2 3 0 3 0 Dorchester 0 2 1 2 0 Dovegate 0 0 1 3 0 Dover 0 0 0 0 0 Down view 0 0 0 0 1 Durham 3 0 0 7 4 Eastwood Park0 3 1 2 0 Edmunds Hill0 0 0 1 2 Elmley 1 0 0 1 1 Erlestoke 1 0 1 0 0 Everthorpe 0 0 1 0 0 Exeter 0 3 2 2 1 Featherstone 0 1 0 1 0 ...

Written Answers — Treasury: Population (14 Feb 2006)

Ivan Lewis: ...the 2003-based subnational population projections, the latest set of projections currently available. Therefore they may not be consistent with the 2004 mid year estimate presented in the first column. Source: Office for National Statistics Table 2: Electoral register counts (December 2004) and patient register counts (July 2004) Electors(10) Parliamentary electors(11) Patient...

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons (23 Mar 2006)

Fiona Mactaggart: provided in the table. Population of prisoners held on remand and total prison population in England and Wales as at 31 January 2006. Prisoners held on remand Prison Remand population (Column B) Untried (Column C) Convicted unsentenced (Column D) Untried as percentage of all remand (ColumnC/ Column B) Convicted unsentenced as percentage of all remand (ColumnD /Column B)...

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