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Nick Gibb

Conservative MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton (1 May 1997 – current)

James Morris

Conservative MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis (6 May 2010 – current)

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Lord MacGregor of Pulham Market

Former Conservative Peer (23 Jul 2001 – 26 Jul 2019)

Greg Pope

Former Labour MP for Hyndburn (9 Apr 1992 – 12 Apr 2010)

Lord Barker of Battle

Conservative Peer (10 Nov 2015 – current)

Gregory Campbell

DUP MP for East Londonderry (7 Jun 2001 – current)

Greg Knight

Conservative MP for East Yorkshire (9 Jun 1983 – current)

Greg Hands

Conservative MP for Chelsea and Fulham (5 May 2005 – current)

Greg Mulholland

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Leeds North West (5 May 2005 – 3 May 2017)

Greg Clark

Conservative MP for Tunbridge Wells (5 May 2005 – current)

Lord Harries of Pentregarth

Crossbench Peer (30 Nov 1992 – current)

Lord Prentice

Former Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1991 – 18 Jan 2001)

Lord Gregson

Former Labour Peer (30 Nov 1974 – 12 Aug 2009)

Reg Empey

Former UUP MLA for Belfast East (25 Jun 1998 – 24 Mar 2011)

Hon. Reginald Talbot

Former MP for Stafford (7 Jun 1869 – 26 Jan 1874)

Mr Reginald Brett

Former MP for Penryn and Falmouth (31 Mar 1880 – 18 Nov 1885)

Mr George Gregory

Former MP for East Grinstead (17 Nov 1868 – 26 Jun 1886)

Mr William Gregory

Former MP for County Galway (29 Jan 1842 – 0 1873)

Mr Reginald McKenna

Former MP for Monmouthshire Northern (13 Jul 1895 – 25 Nov 1918)

Sir Reginald Hanson

Former MP for City of London (3 Jun 1891 – 25 Sep 1900)

Dr Donald Macgregor

Former MP for Inverness-shire (4 Jul 1892 – 0 1896)

Mr Donald Macgregor

Former MP for Leith District of Burghs (31 Jan 1874 – 0 1879)

Lieut-Colonel Reginald Applin

Former MP for Enfield (29 Oct 1924 – 25 Oct 1935)

Mr Reginald Bevins

Former MP for Liverpool Toxteth (23 Feb 1950 – 25 Sep 1964)

Sir Reginald Blaker

Former MP for Spelthorne (27 Oct 1931 – 15 Jun 1945)

Mr Reginald Blewitt

Former MP for Monmouth District of Boroughs (24 Jul 1837 – 0 1853)

Sir Reginald Clarry

Former MP for Newport (Monmouthshire/Gwent) (18 Oct 1922 – 17 Jan 1945)

Sir Reginald Craddock

Former MP for Combined English Universities (27 Oct 1931 – 10 Feb 1937)

Mr Reginald Croom-Johnson

Former MP for Bridgwater (30 May 1929 – 30 Nov 1938)

Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith

Former MP for Petersfield (14 Nov 1935 – 10 Feb 1941)

Mr Reginald Essenhigh

Former MP for Newton (27 Oct 1931 – 25 Oct 1935)

Mr Reginald Freeson

Former MP for Brent East (15 Oct 1964 – 18 May 1987)

Mr Robert Greg

Former MP for Manchester (7 Sep 1839 – 23 Jun 1841)

Mr Samuel Gregson

Former MP for Lancaster (29 Jul 1847 – 8 Feb 1865)

Mr Reginald Lucas

Former MP for Portsmouth (1 Oct 1900 – 8 Jan 1906)

Mr Gregor Mackenzie

Former MP for Glasgow Rutherglen (14 May 1964 – 18 May 1987)

Mr Reginald Maudling

Former MP for Barnet Chipping Barnet (23 Feb 1950 – 14 Feb 1979)

Mr James McGregor

Former MP for Sandwich (7 Jul 1852 – 21 Mar 1857)

Lieut-General Sir Reginald Pole-Carew

Former MP for Bodmin (3 Dec 1910 – 7 Aug 1916)

Mr Reginald Purbrick

Former MP for Liverpool, Walton (30 May 1929 – 15 Jun 1945)

Mr Reg Race

Former MP for Haringey Wood Green (3 May 1979 – 13 May 1983)

Mr Reginald Sorensen

Former MP for Leyton (30 May 1929 – 21 Jan 1965)

Captain Reginald Terrell

Former MP for Henley (14 Dec 1918 – 9 Oct 1924)

Mr Reginald Vyner

Former MP for Ripon (22 Dec 1860 – 6 Jul 1865)

Hon. Reginald Greville-Nugent

Former MP for Longford (31 Dec 1869 – 0 1871)

Mr John Macgregor

Former MP for Glasgow (29 Jul 1847 – 1 Mar 1857)

Mr Henry Gregory

Former MP for Derbyshire Southern (14 Dec 1918 – 26 Oct 1922)

Mr Reginald Nicholson

Former MP for Doncaster (14 Dec 1918 – 26 Oct 1922)

Sir Reginald Blair

Former MP for Hendon (26 Nov 1912 – 15 Jun 1945)

Captain Reginald Berkeley

Former MP for Nottingham Central (15 Nov 1922 – 9 Oct 1924)

Sir Reginald Neville

Former MP for Norfolk Eastern (3 Dec 1910 – 10 May 1929)

Mr Reginald Fletcher

Former MP for Nuneaton (6 Dec 1923 – 4 Feb 1942)

Mr Arnold Gregory

Former MP for Stockport North (15 Oct 1964 – 29 Apr 1970)

Mr Reginald Moss

Former MP for Meriden (26 May 1955 – 18 Sep 1959)

Mr Reginald Manningham-Buller

Former MP for Northamptonshire South (20 Apr 1943 – 17 Jul 1962)

Mr Reginald Eyre

Former MP for Birmingham, Hall Green (6 May 1965 – 18 May 1987)

Dr Reginald Bennett

Former MP for Fareham (23 Feb 1950 – 7 Apr 1979)

Mr Reginald Paget

Former MP for Northampton (5 Jul 1945 – 8 Feb 1974)

Mr Reginald Banks

Former MP for Swindon (15 Nov 1922 – 30 Nov 1934)

Mr Reginald Prentice

Former MP for Daventry (30 May 1957 – 18 May 1987)

Mr Conal Gregory

Former MP for City of York (9 Jun 1983 – 16 Mar 1992)

Mr Reginald Carew

Former MP for Fowey (8 Jul 1802 – 24 Nov 1812)

Mr Peregrine Cust

Former MP for Clitheroe (23 Jun 1818 – 11 Dec 1832)

Mr Francis Gregor

Former MP for Cornwall (10 Jul 1790 – 12 Nov 1806)

Mr John Gregson

Former MP for Saltash (31 Jul 1830 – 26 Feb 1831)

Sir Gregory Page-Turner

Former MP for Thirsk (3 Apr 1784 – 31 Dec 1805)

Mr Reginald Pole-Carew

Former MP for Lostwithiel (9 Oct 1812 – 26 Mar 1816)

Gregg McClymont

Former Labour MP for Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East (6 May 2010 – 30 Mar 2015)

Lord Empey

UUP Peer (19 Jan 2011 – current)

the Bishop of St Albans

Peer (4 Nov 2013 – current)

Baroness McGregor-Smith

Conservative Peer (30 Nov 2015 – current)

Fulton MacGregor

Scottish National Party MSP for Coatbridge and Chryston (7 May 2016 – current)

Greg Smith

Conservative MP for Buckingham (13 Dec 2019 – current)

Janice Gregory

Former Labour MS for Ogmore (6 May 1999 – 6 Apr 2016)

Steve Rotheram

Former Labour MP for Liverpool, Walton (6 May 2010 – 3 May 2017)

Gloria De Piero

Former Labour MP for Ashfield (6 May 2010 – 6 Nov 2019)

Ian Lucas

Former Labour MP for Wrexham (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)

Baroness Jowell

Former Labour Peer (10 Dec 2015 – 12 May 2018)

Rosie Winterton

Labour MP for Doncaster Central (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Knight of Weymouth

Labour Peer (23 Jun 2010 – current)

Lord Davies of Abersoch

Non-affiliated Peer (2 Feb 2009 – current)

Lord Clarke of Nottingham

Conservative Peer (4 Sep 2020 – current)

Lord Cotter

Liberal Democrat Peer (5 Jun 2006 – current)

Lord Redesdale

Liberal Democrat Peer (18 Apr 2000 – current)

Lord Razzall

Liberal Democrat Peer (30 Nov 1996 – current)

Lord Sharman

Former Liberal Democrat Peer (30 Nov 1998 – 30 Apr 2015)

Lord Vallance of Tummel

Former Liberal Democrat Peer (8 Sep 2004 – 13 Jan 2020)

Lord Mandelson

Labour Peer (13 Oct 2008 – current)

Baroness Vadera

Non-affiliated Peer (11 Jul 2007 – current)

Lord Austin of Dudley

Non-affiliated Peer (2 Sep 2020 – current)

Gareth Thomas

Labour/Co-operative MP for Harrow West (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Carter of Barnes

Non-affiliated Peer (16 Oct 2008 – current)

Lord Jones of Birmingham

Former Crossbench Peer (10 Jul 2007 – 31 Aug 2020)

Sarah Teather

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Brent Central (18 Sep 2003 – 30 Mar 2015)

Baroness Hamwee

Liberal Democrat Peer (30 Nov 1990 – current)

Lembit Öpik

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Montgomeryshire (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)

Pat McFadden

Labour MP for Wolverhampton South East (5 May 2005 – current)

Stephen Timms

Labour MP for East Ham (9 Jun 1994 – current)

Liam Byrne

Labour MP for Birmingham, Hodge Hill (15 Jul 2004 – current)

Ben Bradshaw

Labour MP for Exeter (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Drayson

Labour Peer (8 Jun 2004 – current)

Nick Brown

Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne East (9 Jun 1983 – current)

Baroness Merron

Labour Peer (28 Jan 2021 – current)

Caroline Flint

Former Labour MP for Don Valley (1 May 1997 – 6 Nov 2019)

Lord Hutton of Furness

Labour Peer (1 Jul 2010 – current)

Lord Dodds of Duncairn

DUP Peer (18 Sep 2020 – current)

Baroness Burt of Solihull

Liberal Democrat Peer (10 Nov 2015 – current)

Margaret Hodge

Labour MP for Barking (19 Jun 1994 – current)

Adam Price

Plaid Cymru MS for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr (5 May 2016 – current)

Charles Hendry

Former Conservative MP for Wealden (9 Apr 1992 – 30 Mar 2015)

Alun Michael

Former Labour MP for Cardiff South and Penarth (11 Jun 1987 – 22 Oct 2012)

Mark Prisk

Former Conservative MP for Hertford and Stortford (7 Jun 2001 – 6 Nov 2019)

John Redwood

Conservative MP for Wokingham (11 Jun 1987 – current)

Bernard Jenkin

Conservative MP for Harwich and North Essex (9 Apr 1992 – current)

Jacqui Smith

Former Labour MP for Redditch (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)

Lord Rooker

Labour Peer (21 Jun 2001 – current)

Yvette Cooper

Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford (1 May 1997 – current)

Nick Raynsford

Former Labour MP for Greenwich and Woolwich (10 Apr 1986 – 30 Mar 2015)

Lord Prescott

Labour Peer (8 Jul 2010 – current)

Theresa May

Conservative MP for Maidenhead (1 May 1997 – current)

Alan Johnson

Former Labour MP for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle (1 May 1997 – 3 May 2017)

Alan Whitehead

Labour MP for Southampton, Test (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Falconer of Thoroton

Labour Peer (30 Nov 1996 – current)

John Spellar

Labour MP for Warley (28 Oct 1982 – current)

Bob Ainsworth

Former Labour MP for Coventry North East (9 Apr 1992 – 30 Mar 2015)

Tim Loughton

Conservative MP for East Worthing and Shoreham (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Macdonald of Tradeston

Former Labour Peer (30 Nov 1997 – 27 Apr 2017)

Baroness Hughes of Stretford

Labour Peer (26 Jul 2010 – current)

Lord Foster of Bath

Liberal Democrat Peer (5 Nov 2015 – current)

Robert Syms

Conservative MP for Poole (1 May 1997 – current)

Baroness Liddell of Coatdyke

Labour Peer (13 Jul 2010 – current)

Norman Baker

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes (1 May 1997 – 30 Mar 2015)

Alan Meale

Former Labour MP for Mansfield (11 Jun 1987 – 3 May 2017)

Lord Reid of Cardowan

Labour Peer (22 Jul 2010 – current)

Baroness Hayman

Crossbench Peer (30 Nov 1995 – current)

Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top

Labour Peer (6 Jul 2010 – current)

Angela Eagle

Labour MP for Wallasey (9 Apr 1992 – current)

Richard Caborn

Former Labour MP for Sheffield Central (9 Jun 1983 – 12 Apr 2010)

Michael Meacher

Former Labour MP for Oldham West and Royton (18 Jun 1970 – 20 Oct 2015)

Lord Inglewood

Non-affiliated Peer (23 Nov 1989 – current)

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Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 126 (8 Mar 2023)

Baroness Young of Old Scone: process, which is under way through two separate pieces of legislation already, is a bit of a worry when we have to sort that out before the end of the year. Perhaps we could use the habs regs as a test case and ask the Minister to map out for us what has been sorted in the Environment Act, what will be sorted if we approve it in the levelling-up Bill and what is going to happen to...

Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 1 (23 Feb 2023)

Baroness Crawley: ...subject of Amendment 1, which I have put my name to—are among the rights that could be lost or become more difficult to access due to legal uncertainty if the Bill goes through unamended. These regs include not only the right to take maternity and parental leave but current protections against redundancy while on maternity, adoption and parental leave. It also includes the right to...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water Companies: Directors (13 Feb 2023)

Lord Benyon: Ofwat’s direct enforcement powers and sanctions are primarily focused on the regulated business. However, Ofwat is incentivising the link between performance and compliance and the role of individual company staff, which can deter poor performance or non-compliance. For example, under the Environment Bill we gave Ofwat increased powers to modify water company licence conditions under the...

Police: Appointments in PCC Offices - Question (21 Dec 2022)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: pay grade, as I am sure he will appreciate. There are 39 PCCs across England and Wales, with three mayors exercising similar functions; the City of London Police has separate set of rules and regs. In the main and for the most part, most of those people are doing a superb job and are held accountable by the public who elect them.

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water: Pollution (16 Nov 2022)

Lord Benyon: As set out in Reg 41 Environmental Permitting Regulations 2016, the courts do have power to fine directors and other officers of companies which are convicted of polluting rivers and coastal waters, where it can be proved that the offence has been committed with the consent or connivance of such officer or attributable to their neglect. The Environment Agency can and does prosecute company...

Public Bill Committee: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (8 Nov 2022)

Alex Sobel: ...those issues. Now we will have the EU retained law. Does DEFRA have sufficiently qualified staff to examine laws across animal diseases, air pollution, water quality, chemical safety, the habitats regs and all the rest of it to cope with what is coming? As Link, the Green Alliance and others have said, we are looking at 570 regulations, although it might be more now, given the work of the...

Public Bill Committee: Trade (Australia and New Zealand) Bill: Clause 1 - Power to implement government procurement Chapters (18 Oct 2022)

Gareth Thomas: ...agreement is more than 2,500 pages long, and it is quite easy for the bits on procurement to be largely missed. The opportunity to lock in a bit of consultation at this point—before implementing regs have to be made—would help to ensure that there is specific focus on the procurement chapters in both deals. Amendment 7 would build on the work of the Trade and Agriculture Commission by...

Solar Farms and Battery Storage (8 Jun 2022)

Eddie Hughes: ...the production of solar energy in fields and on roofs. The Government intend to maintain that balance and we have some interesting things happening—for example, a part L uplift in the building regs, which is coming into force this month. When we change the building regs, we create notional buildings that show how we can achieve the new standard. The notional building for the part L...

Business of the House (3 Mar 2022)

Mark Spencer: That is an important issue. Local authorities have responsibility to ensure that landlords provide adequate accommodation for their tenants. All conversions of that nature should follow building regs and make sure that standards are upheld for their tenants.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Children in Care: Travellers (2 Mar 2022)

Will Quince: .... Whilst a child’s background is important, local authorities have additional factors to consider to ensure the child’s needs and best interests are met. In relation to foster placements, regardless of whether a child is placed with a foster carer from their own religious, ethnic, cultural, or linguistic background, the Care Standards Act 2000 includes the National Minimum Standards...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Adoption and Children Bill: Consideration Stage (14 Feb 2022)

Paula Bradshaw: ...Northern Ireland; I sincerely hope that we will have a long-term budget for adoption support services; I wonder why there is not more guidance on fees in clause 11, rather than that being left to regs; and I hope that we are doing enough in regulation and inspection to ensure that welfare, privacy and quality of life are truly paramount. I turn to the Committee's amendments. The Committee...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Topical Questions (24 Jan 2022)

Eddie Hughes: innovate and select the most practical and cost-effective solutions appropriate to any development. Obviously, our intention is to go further. We have had the part L uplift, and building regs will move towards the future homes standard for 2025.

Public Health (14 Dec 2021)

Steve Brine: The Secretary of State knows that I welcome that. The isolation regs that we passed two weeks ago that I did not support were sinister, and well done to him for getting rid of that. On test and release, though, he will know that many of our constituents—many of mine have contacted me to say this—cannot, for love nor money, get hold of lateral flow tests right now. Could he update the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Amendment No. 8) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (20 Sep 2021)

Robin Swann: ...through the Executive COVID task force; advice is put in from Health, Economy and Communities; there is discussion at the Executive table; there is the decision at the Executive table; we draft the regs and the changes that are necessary; and then the debate is had here. On the past number of occasions, it has fallen to me to lead that debate. Members asked more widely, and rightly so,...

Government: Leadership Training - Motion to Take Note (16 Sep 2021)

Lord Young of Cookham: ..., more should be done to train Ministers, but for some jobs there are no readily available courses. For Government Chief Whip, for example, you need a PhD in behavioural psychology, some time as a regimental sergeant major and a spell as director of adult services in a local authority in special measures. More seriously, we all speak from our own experience. I started my ministerial career...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Local Government and NHS Trusts: Billing (28 Jul 2021)

Lord True: ...public sector organisation may sign up to. If an organisation chooses to sign up to the Code, they must demonstrate they meet the Code standards. However, public sector organisations in scope of Reg 113 of the PCRs 2015 are required to meet payment standards as set out in legislation. This requires contracting authorities to include contractual provisions to make payments due to a...

Environment Bill - Committee (6th Day) (7 Jul 2021)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: ...down the loo when there is a really obvious alternative: to not use it. The separation and capture of grey water should be routine, and the Government should make it a requirement in building regs, because the benefits are so blindingly clear. I operate a grey water system at home, which means flushing the loo with my washing-up water. It is very sophisticated. I walk with the bowl from...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (Amendment No. 4) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (15 Jun 2021)

Justin McNulty: ...back into the Shelbourne to get my fresh cream doughnut. It was a joy, and the warmth of the welcome there has been phenomenal. Some questions remain on weddings. People still want to know what the regs are for weddings, including risk assessment, how many people can attend and whether they can have a boogie and a dance. Young people want to know when they will be able to get back into...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: COVID-19 Update (13 May 2021)

Matthew Hancock: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) (No.3) Regulations 2020 SI 2020/750 came into force on 18 July 2020 and have now been extended until 17 July 2021. These Regulations give powers to local authorities to issue a direction to impose prohibitions, restrictions or requirements in respect of: individual premises (regulation 4(1));events (regulation 5(1)); andpublic...

Debate on the Address: Better Jobs and a Fair Deal at Work (12 May 2021)

Chris Matheson: ...Government Members have referred to, that will cause chaos locally and, frankly, line the pockets of big Tory donors. There is nothing on energy-neutral building standards and changes to building regs to make housing built to tougher environmental standards. In fact, as we have heard, apart from rolling over the Environment Bill, there is very little on environmentalism and a green...

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