All 5 results for easier act speaker:Greg Knight

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Licensed Premises: Performing Arts (21 May 2009)

Greg Knight: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport with reference to the Sixth Report of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee of Session 2008-09, on the Licensing Act 2003, if he will take steps to make it easier for licensed premises to have live entertainment; and if he will make a statement.

Orders of the Day: Local Transport Bill [ Lords] (26 Mar 2008)

Greg Knight: ...suppose I should start by declaring an interest as a motorist and as the owner of a number of motor vehicles, although I have to say that I currently do not own a bus. The Greater London Authority Act 1999 and the Transport Act 2000 established the legal framework for local road pricing schemes in England and Wales. Those two Acts provide the basis of the existing schemes in London and...

Orders of the Day: Local Transport Bill [ Lords] (26 Mar 2008)

Greg Knight: from other sources such as the No 10 e-petition that there is widespread opposition to road pricing. In the light of this we are concerned at the proposal that the requirement in the Transport Act 2000 that promoters of the schemes consult all interested parties is to be dropped. We recognise that the associated guidance recommends consultation but remain concerned that the importance...

Points of Order: Modernisation of the House of Commons (25 Oct 2007)

Greg Knight: ...are initiated by outside bodies and pressure groups. A number of Members told the Committee that they took the view that early-day motions were parliamentary graffiti. However, early-day motions actually allow Members to do several things that they could not otherwise do. They are an extremely flexible parliamentary procedure. They can draw attention to an issue that affects a single...

Prohibition Of Loading And Unloading At Large Shops Before 9 A.M. On Christmas Day (15 Oct 2004)

Greg Knight: I am grateful to my hon. Friend. May I refer my hon. Friend the Member for Gainsborough back to my California example? The state has a 200 ft rule, and such activity cannot take place at certain times if the large store or supermarket is within 200 ft of a residential building. I assume that the dwellings that my hon. Friend the Member for Uxbridge spoke about would be within 200 ft of the...

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