People matching robert court

Mr Robert Harcourt

Former MP for Montrose District of Burghs (12 May 1908 – 25 Nov 1918)

Robert Courts

Conservative MP for Witney (20 Oct 2016 – current)

Robert Courts

Conservative MP for Witney (20 Oct 2016 – current)


Results 1–20 of 2000 for robert court

Delegated Legislation: Exiting the European Union (Air Quality) (15 Oct 2019)

...Jake Berry Bob Blackman Crispin Blunt Peter Bottomley Andrew Bowie Ben Bradley Karen Bradley Graham Brady Suella Braverman Jack Brereton Andrew Bridgen Steve Brine James Brokenshire Fiona Bruce Robert Buckland Alex Burghart Conor Burns Alistair Burt Alun Cairns Gregory Campbell James Cartlidge Bill Cash Maria Caulfield Alex Chalk Rehman Chishti Christopher Chope Jo Churchill Colin Clark...

Imprisonment of Catalan Leaders (15 Oct 2019)

Liz Saville-Roberts: The Minister is at pains to justify the Spanish judicial process, which is interesting when we recall that only last month, the Supreme Court found his Prime Minister to have acted unlawfully. Does he propose that the Spanish rule of law is proportionate, when Speaker Forcadell has been sentenced to 11 and a half years in prison for permitting debate? Does he believe that that is proportionate?

Procedure for Appointing Judges — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (8 Oct 2019)

Chris Philp: ..., including any form of parliamentary oversight. Speakers in the debate, including, of course, the Chair of the Select Committee on Justice, my hon. Friend the Member for Bromley and Chislehurst (Robert Neill), have powerfully and eloquently made the case for that approach. If judges are to act impartially as interpreters of the law that Parliament enacts, they cannot be subject to any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Assisted Dying (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: My hon. Friend raises the Noel Conway case, in which the Court found that Parliament’s decision not to change the law did indeed strike a fair balance between the interests of the wider community and the interests of people who were in that tragic position. That was upheld by the Court of Appeal. It is a matter for right hon. and hon. Members to raise that issue, either in a private...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Automatic Release from Prison on Licence (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...very important question. I have to accept the limitations on the period of sentencing. Supervision is an important part of the licence period, but what happens beyond that is difficult in terms of court order. However, work can and should be done by the probation service to ensure we are protected as fully as possible.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...automatic halfway release for the most serious violent and sexual offenders. These criminals will be required to serve two thirds of their sentence behind bars. I also announced that we will allow courts across England and Wales to sentence offenders guilty of alcohol-related offences for up to 120 days of electronically monitored abstinence. That follows two successful pilots, including...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Fines: Surcharges (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...Crime Commissioners (PCCs) who commission local support services for victims, and nationally commissioned support services including the National Homicide Service, Rape Support Centres, and the Court Based Witness Service. Income from the Victim Surcharge is forecast into the Budget at the beginning of each financial year. However, actual income raised from the Surcharge will fluctuate...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Fines: Surcharges (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...Crime Commissioners (PCCs) who commission local support services for victims, and nationally commissioned support services including the National Homicide Service, Rape Support Centres, and the Court Based Witness Service. Income from the Victim Surcharge is forecast into the Budget at the beginning of each financial year. However, actual income raised from the Surcharge will fluctuate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Assisted Dying (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: My hon. Friend raises the Noel Conway case, in which the Court found that Parliament’s decision not to change the law did indeed strike a fair balance between the interests of the wider community and the interests of people who were in that tragic position. That was upheld by the Court of Appeal. It is a matter for right hon. and hon. Members to raise that issue, either in a private...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Automatic Release from Prison on Licence (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...very important question. I have to accept the limitations on the period of sentencing. Supervision is an important part of the licence period, but what happens beyond that is difficult in terms of court order. However, work can and should be done by the probation service to ensure we are protected as fully as possible.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (8 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: ...automatic halfway release for the most serious violent and sexual offenders. These criminals will be required to serve two thirds of their sentence behind bars. I also announced that we will allow courts across England and Wales to sentence offenders guilty of alcohol-related offences for up to 120 days of electronically monitored abstinence. That follows two successful pilots, including...

Women’S Mental Health: Ministry of Justice Spending (3 Oct 2019)

Chris Philp: It is a great pleasure to conclude this debate. I start by thanking my hon. Friend the Member for Bromley and Chislehurst (Robert Neill), the Chairman of the Justice Committee, as well as the other Committee members here, for securing this afternoon’s very important debate. When I attended the opening of the legal year on Tuesday, it became clear to me just how many of the senior judiciary...

Offender Management and Treatment - Motion to Take Note (3 Oct 2019)

Lord McNally: ...campaigning for fundamental reform of our criminal justice system and our treatment of offenders in particular. That consistency of approach is in sharp contrast to the inconsistency of government. Robert Buckland is now the seventh Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice to occupy those offices of state in the last nine years. During that period, the budget of the Ministry of...

Brexit Negotiations (3 Oct 2019)

Robert Courts: I, too, welcome the reasonable compromise proposals that we have heard today. Will the Prime Minister please confirm that when we speak of customs checks, we must be careful not to conflate administrative customs procedures that can take place in a warehouse with physical customs checks at a border and that the latter are not required, not proposed in his proposals and not needed even for the...

Business of the House (3 Oct 2019)

Robert Courts: RAF Brize Norton is to be thanked for and congratulated on having created a science, technology, engineering and maths inspiration programme with Carterton Community College, as mentioned in the Chief of the Air Staff’s report to Her Majesty the Queen. The school has now taken on that programme and created a group that is working with local businesses to further that inspiration. That is a...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (3 Oct 2019)

Robert Courts: It has been another brilliant year for National Citizen Service schemes in Witney, through which young people learn vital life skills and have great fun at the same time. Will the Minister please confirm that the scheme continues, and will continue, to have the Government’s full support?

Domestic Abuse Bill: Carry-over: Welsh Language (2 Oct 2019)

Glyn Davies: ...encouragement from the great Gwynfor Evans, who went on hunger strike to support the cause. The biggest advance, in my view and that of many others, was the Welsh Language Act 1993, when Lord Wyn Roberts was such a key player. Today, we have reached the stage in the recovery of the Welsh language at which the Welsh Government have formally adopted the aim of there being 1 million Welsh...

Domestic Abuse Bill (2 Oct 2019)

Robert Buckland: May I make a little progress? As I have said, I will be as generous as I can. Can I take the House back 25 years to a case in the Crown court at Carmarthen that involved a young couple? The man was charged with assault against his wife. A young barrister had been given that case. That was me, and I remember seeing photographs of the victim’s injuries. I was 24, and not very worldly-wise. I...

Park Home Residents: Legal Protection (1 Oct 2019)

Christopher Chope: ...plots. I am sceptical about my hon. Friend’s earlier point about the fit and proper person test. I will illustrate my scepticism by referring to the controlling director of Royale Parks Ltd. Robert Lee Jack Bull, born in May 1977, was appointed as the director of Royale Parks Ltd on 7 September 2018. Directly or indirectly, he holds between 25% and 50% of the shares and voting rights in...

Business of the House (26 Sep 2019)

Liz Saville-Roberts: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. The Supreme Court told us with great clarity this week that accountability lies at the heart of parliamentary democracy. I seek to know what resorts we have when the Prime Minister respects no boundaries in his tactics, language and conduct—and does that in order to avoid or deflect accountability. Could you advise me, therefore, on the applicability of an...


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