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Police Grant Report (5 Feb 2019)

Kevan Jones: ...be used to cover pensions, which were until recently the Government’s responsibility. The precept will raise £4 million, but after taking account of inflation, pay increases and increases in fees levied by the Government, there is no extra cash at all. Somebody referred to the precept as a magic money tree, but that is not the case for forces such as Durham, which gets 75% of its...

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...

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.”...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2013-14 (4 Sep 2013)

Mary Fee: ...that “even with recent additional cash injections Scotland simply isn’t building enough new homes” and that the Scottish Government could use its budget to make housing a priority. Philip Hogg from Homes for Scotland said that the 25 per cent reductions “reinforce the fact that Scotland is mired in a housing crisis.”

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Procurement (15 Oct 2012)

Hugh Robertson: ...contracts with an estimated annual value of services provided to the Department. Table 1 Contractor Services provided Estimated annual value (£) Brook Street Temp Framework 220,000 Hogg Robinson Travel Services—Rail (CATALIST) 130,000 Capita Business Services Travel Services—Air/Ferry (CATALIST) 300,000 Atos Origin DCMS ICT Contract 3,500,000 ...

Queen's Speech — Debate (3rd Day) (Continued) (23 Nov 2009)

Earl Ferrers: ...first-class railway ticket but you ought to have bought an economy one because the country would have been better off if you had. I venture to suggest that, if there has been improper payment, the Fees Office, which, like the Inland Revenue, is the guardian of public funds in its area, should have had more control over the disbursements. Some Members have been accused of claiming for...

Petition: Social Fund (Funeral Expenses) (9 Jul 2008)

Tom Clarke: ...council. Indeed, the council has introduced an outstanding best practice initiative on claiming funeral expense payments, which I will describe later. My friend and colleague Councillor William Hogg and I have had extensive discussions about how constituents on low incomes cope with bereavement and, in particular, with funeral expense payments. Councillor Hogg represents the former mining...

Local Transport Bill [HL] (20 Nov 2007)

Lord Bradshaw: ...were talking earlier. I turn briefly to the question of bus-user representation. There is an organisation called BUS USERS UK and another called the Bus Appeals Body, on which the noble Lord, Lord Hogg of Cumbernauld, sits as chairman and of which I was a previous chairman. It is a non-statutory body but it works. If it were given a little money and if bus operators were required to...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Crime Bill: New Clause 10 (10 Jul 2007)

Douglas Hogg: ...notice of that. Those of us who are on pay-as-you-earn—all of us here are—or who are in receipt of regular dividend income, or who have to account to the Revenue for the value added tax on all fees received, as I do as a part-time barrister, have no great difficulty in establishing the sources of our income and we have relevant documents to prove it. However, we will see that another...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Rural Payments Agency (7 Nov 2006)

Nigel Evans: ...punches that British farming can take before it is completely knocked out of business. I was delighted that he told my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg) that he will consider interest payments for those farmers who get themselves further into financial difficulties, through no fault of their own, because they have not been given full...

Orders of the Day: New Clause 16 — Names and addresses of members of companies: company application (18 Oct 2006)

David Howarth: ...to do that properly, there would be a possibility of judicial review. That is not the full system of independent review that the right hon. and learned Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg) mentioned; nevertheless it is an important safeguard. Let me outline what makes the new clause much narrower than the proposal that was made in Committee and therefore acceptable. First, it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Dentistry (18 Apr 2006)

Douglas Hogg: ..., and that there are 115,000 individuals who do not have access to a dentist? Given that, will she reconsider her rejection of my previous proposal that her Department should pay private dental fees, subject to a cap, where no NHS dentist is available?

Department of Health: Dental Services (7 Mar 2006)

Douglas Hogg: ...that there is a precedent for the national health service paying for operations that cannot be performed within it within a stated time, why is the same principle not applied to private dental fees incurred by patients who cannot get NHS dentistry because it is not available? Why, in those circumstances, does not the NHS pay those private dental fees?

Oral Answers to Questions — Constitutional Affairs: Barristers (Strike Action) (18 Oct 2005)

Douglas Hogg: ...understand that, although many of us do not support the strike, many members of the junior Bar are paid no more than £46 a day for going into court? Will she take account of their expenses? The fee is derisory and the matter should be addressed with all possible speed.

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (28 Jun 2005)

Lynne Jones: ...the biometric details to be stored or to acknowledge the effectiveness of the same or the margins of, the consequences of, and the remedies for, error; fails properly to limit or define the fees which may be levied by the Secretary of State; and the Bill provides for the costs of the scheme to be paid on the authority of the Secretary of State without providing to Parliament any proper...

Orders of the Day — Constitutional Reform Bill [Lords] (17 Jan 2005)

Jonathan Djanogly: ...the redefining of the relationship between the judiciary and the Government for the reasons succinctly expressed by my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg), my right hon. Friend the Member for Wells and others. We thus do not object to the judicial appointments commission as long as merit, rather than a candidate's political views or crony...

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (20 Dec 2004)

Mr Simon Thomas: ...Cymru and Scottish National party colleagues and I will be voting against the Bill tonight and for the amendment tabled by the right hon. and learned Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg). I look forward to joining him in the Lobby, as this is an important opportunity for us to voice our deep discontent with the Bill. It is also an opportunity for all parts of the House to...

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (25 Nov 2004)

Lord Maxton: ...thank my noble friends Lord Clark of Windermere and Lady Ramsay of Cartvale for acting as my sponsors, and for their support before and since my introduction. Lastly, I thank my noble friend Lord Hogg for his advice as my mentor, and all the old and new friends from all sides of the House who have given me such a warm welcome. I am the first Maxton to have been elevated to the peerage, and...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Miners' Compensation (22 Apr 2004)

Nigel Griffiths: ...those who had unfairly taken a proportion of miners' compensation to repay the money. I wrote to the Law Society asking them to take action to ensure that their members voluntarily refund any fees taken, rather than wait for miners to contact them. I also passed the names of all firms who did not reply, to the Law Society asking them to take urgent action to ensure that the firms comply...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Care Services: Fees (11 Dec 2003)

Lord Hogg of Cumbernauld: asked Her Majesty's Government: When they will increase the fees for care services, currently regulated by the National Care Standards Commission.

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