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Police and Crime Commissioners - Motion to Take Note (28 Jun 2018)

Baroness Meacher: ...good. Clearly, they all need to learn from the terrible situation in Wiltshire, and, indeed, the other warnings that noble Lords have given this morning. I have been particularly impressed by Ron Hogg, the PCC for the Durham constabulary. He and Mike Barton, the chief constable, have shown that a PCC can think outside the box and support his chief constable to follow sensible but radical...

Private Landlords (Registration) (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: ...regulation of private landlords is frustrating. It is failing to solve the problems faced by local communities, local authorities are stretched beyond their ever-shrinking budgets, and local people feel neglected. I now believe it is time to consolidate regulation on private landlords, underpinned by a mandatory licensing scheme to help to remedy some of the disquiet felt by people in...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill: [2nd day] (1 Feb 2017)

Dr Caroline Johnson: Sleaford and North Hykeham is not only the constituency that I am proud to represent; it is my home, and I feel a personal responsibility to nurture it. It is a thriving, predominantly agricultural area, with pockets of industry and a strong military tradition. The town of North Hykeham is built directly on top of the old Roman road, the Fosse Way. To the south is Sleaford, where one is...

Businesses: Rights and Responsibilities - Motion to Take Note (8 Dec 2016)

Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone: ...the public, charitable and commercial sectors in terms of good governance are particularly evident. Recent events have given rise to concerns about corporate excess and the degree to which all feel engaged in the nation’s success. My noble friend referred to the McKinsey point—namely, that 10 years ago, 2% of the population felt that they would be worse off than their parents, but the...

Domestic Abuse Victims in Family Law Courts (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Scully: ...quashing of the conviction did not automatically reverse the ruling that the parents were unfit to care for Ellie, so Butler went to war with the authorities, and three years later, Lady Justice Hogg made a decision that was to prove fatal for Ellie: not only did she return Ellie to her parents’ custody—brushing aside convictions, commenting that the violent behaviour that they related...

Points of Order: [2nd Day] (14 Jul 2016)

Graham Allen: ...from my deep freeze. This was the House at its best, in the sense that Back Benchers came together. Some are still here today, and some are not. They included Charles Kennedy, Chris Smith, Douglas Hogg, Peter Kilfoyle, Tony Lloyd, the right hon. and learned Member for Rushcliffe (Mr Clarke), the right hon. Members for Gordon (Alex Salmond), for Moray (Angus Robertson) and for Orkney and...

Scottish Parliament: House Building Programme (18 Nov 2015)

Kenneth Macintosh: Fundamentally, this crisis is about a lack of supply. Philip Hogg from Homes for Scotland has made the point that most people in this country still aspire to owning their own home. The average house price in Scotland is now about five times the average income, so that is out of reach for many people, and particularly for families who are starting out in life. They cannot afford a home of...

Deregulation Bill: New Clause 4 — Removal of restriction on investigation of tramway accidents in Scotland by RAIB (23 Jun 2014)

Grahame Morris: ...of, and confidence in, the firms they worked for. I want to draw the Minister’s attention to the concerns voiced by some 19 police and crime commissioners around the country, including mine, Ron Hogg, the police and crime commissioner for County Durham and Darlington. His view is that an inevitable consequence of this deregulation will be an increase in the number of people attacked...

Scottish Parliament: Housing (4 Dec 2013)

Mary Fee: ...communities, local people and local economies as we speak. That lack of leadership and the entrenched lack of ambition have been criticised by Audit Scotland as well as by industry bodies. Phillip Hogg of Homes for Scotland said: “Tackling this issue will require bold vision, commitment and action from all parties in order to halt the decline of what is a key national indicator.”...

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill — Commons Reasons and Amendments (22 Apr 2013)

Lord Avebury: ...and conciliation but those remedies were ineffective. The Government say that there is no consensus for this amendment. I remember that the Conservative Opposition in the Commons, led by Mr Quintin Hogg as he then was, were against the 1968 Race Relations Bill on the grounds that it was unfair to private employers. As your Lordships know, many employers today would like to be able to...

Science, Technology and Engineering (Careers Information in Schools): Police (13 Feb 2013)

David Hanson: ...from out in the community. For example, an individual who shall remain nameless for the moment said: “I just want the public to understand how tight things really are because I think there’s a feeling out there that it’s OK.” That was the Conservative police and crime commissioner, John Dwyer in Cheshire, complaining about the fact that he has to bring forward a budget axing 38...

Police (Complaints and Conduct) Bill: Second Reading (11 Dec 2012)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...by the police, his newspaper alleged that drunkenness was to blame. At the time, I questioned Ministers in Parliament about the fans' behaviour, asking the then Minister at the Home Office, Douglas Hogg, "at what level the publication of statements on 18 April by South Yorkshire police concerning the conduct of Liverpool fans at the Hillsborough semi-cup final was authorised; if he will...

Financial Services Bill (Money) (No. 2): Clause 6 — Extension of scope of regulation (10 Dec 2012)

Greg Clark: ...Leslie) referred to the heated exchanges before the summer. They were necessarily heated because they concerned a major scandal that did great damage to the country’s reputation. The whole House feels strongly about this matter because the industry is vital to the country’s economic future. About 2 million people are employed in the financial services and related industries, most of...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Studies (29 Sep 2011)

Alasdair Allan: ...organisations. I also believe it as someone who, for all the many good things about my experience of school, somehow managed to grow up in the same place as did both Sir Walter Scott and James Hogg without hearing either of their names mentioned in secondary school. The Government’s commitment to Scottish studies in schools has sparked some intemperate language in the political arena....

[Mr David Crausby in the Chair] — Human Trafficking (18 May 2011)

Fiona Mactaggart: ..., any claim to fulfil a rapporteur-type function is unfounded. My final concern relates to the role of the police. My hon. Friend the Member for Linlithgow and East Falkirk mentioned how Vic Hogg was invited to address the all-party group on the trafficking of women and children, but did not turn up because apparently, at the last moment, he did not have a job. I have spoken to...

Fixed-term Parliaments Bill: Second Reading (Continued) (1 Mar 2011)

Lord Elystan-Morgan: My Lords, I feel privileged to join all those who have tendered their congratulations to the noble Lord, Lord Cormack. I think it was 41 years ago when he joined me in the House of Commons. He was then a callow youth, but I remember that within a very short time he had made a considerable impact upon that august body. I am very proud indeed to follow the address of the noble Lord, Lord Norton...

Points of Order (23 Mar 2010)

Douglas Hogg: ...Member for Carlisle (Mr. Martlew), whom it concerns. There is, as you know, a planning application in my constituency for intensive dairy production at a place called Nocton. It has aroused intense feelings and opposition, part of which is founded on animal welfare considerations. The hon. Member for Carlisle tabled early-day motion 1037 which addresses the issue both in general and in...

Crime and Security Bill: Clause 24 — Power to issue a domestic violence protection notice (8 Mar 2010)

David Hanson: ...policy decisions. They listen to amendments and develop policy, and they also test policy that is suggested to them by civil servants. I hope that that will continue for a long time to come. He may feel that his points are not adequately reflected in my reply, but we do wish to make changes to domestic violence protection orders in response to the discussion in Committee. I wish to pay...

Crime and Security Bill: New Clause 1 — Retention, destruction and use of fingerprints and samples (8 Mar 2010)

Tony Baldry: ...to convictions in cases of considerable importance and can ensure that justice is done. I rather take the view of my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg). We all have a national insurance number that we are given when we are 16 or whenever we first apply to start work, which is a unique combination of letters and numbers that stays with us to...

Public Bill Committee: Crime and Security Bill: Clause 42 (23 Feb 2010)

Douglas Hogg: I beg to move amendment 142, in clause 42, page 83, line 34, leave out 'eighteen' and insert 'fourteen'. I have a feeling that my hon. Friend the Member for Romford is not going to agree with me on this amendment. I might sound a bit old-fashioned about all this, but I think I had my first gun-a single-barrel shotgun, 16. bore-when I was 10. My father was a lawyer and well acquainted with the...


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