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Robert Courts

Former Conservative MP for Witney (20 Oct 2016 – 6 Nov 2019)

Robert Courts

Former Conservative MP for Witney (20 Oct 2016 – 6 Nov 2019)

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Written Answers — Home Department: Parole Board (Harry Roberts) (12 Jan 2005)

Paul Goggins: holding answer 10 January 2005 The hearing of Mr. Roberts' case before a Parole Board panel has not yet taken place as a result of a series of judicial challenges over the non-disclosure of sensitive information in the parole dossier. The first of those challenges was resolved on the basis of a consent order agreed by all parties that the question of non-disclosure to Mr. Roberts was a...

Written Answers — Lord Chancellor: J. W. Roberts Ltd. (20 Nov 2001)

John Battle: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department (1) if he will place in the Library a copy of Mr. Justice Hart's reasons for accepting the petition of J. W. Roberts Ltd. in the High Court of Justice Chancery Division Companies Court (in the matter of the Insolvency Act 1986) heard on 1 October; (2) if he will place in the Library the transcript of the hearing and decision...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Dangerous Driving: Sentencing (24 Jul 2018)

Robert Buckland: The numbers of sentences for death by dangerous driving offences that have been successfully referred to the Court of Appeal as unduly lenient in the last five years are as follows: Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 to date Sentences referred to the Attorney General’s Office 11 15 20 35 16 Sentences referred to the Court of Appeal by the Attorney General’s Office 0 2 2 8...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Post-18 Education and Funding Review (23 Jul 2019)

Anne Milton: I can confirm that we have received the letter from my hon. Friend, the Member for Witney, Robert Courts, and 203 College Principals and I am responding to this letter. My hon. Friend, the Member for Witney, Robert Courts, and 203 College Principals shall receive their response shortly.

Orders of the Day — Armed Forces Discipline Bill [Lords] (17 Feb 2000)

Robert Key: I acknowledge that great progress has been made—for example, by providing more courts in which courts martial are held. Is it envisaged that the new summary appeal courts will sit in the same courts around the country and use the same facilities? If it is, that will surely have great resource implications. Will the Minister also reassure us that he has visited the courts and seen a court...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Pauper Cases (Courts Shorthand Writers' Fees). (16 May 1938)

Mr Robert Gibson: asked the Lord Advocate whether he will ascertain how the cost of shorthand-writers' services in pauper cases, civil and criminal, respectively, are met in the English High Court and county courts, respectively; and whether he has any statement to make regarding the meeting of such costs incurred in the Court of Session, High Court and sheriff courts in Scotland, respectively, out of public funds?

Scottish Parliament: Supreme Court (29 Jan 2004)

Mike Pringle: ...An expansion in the possible pool of available members would also allow judges who have an acknowledged expertise in a specific area of law—and in devolution matters in particular—to sit in the court. Robert Brown, Lord James Douglas-Hamilton and other members have spoken about the independence of the new supreme court. The court must be completely independent and devoid of all...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Courts Service Estate (14 Dec 2010)

Robert Halfon: My constituents will strongly welcome the decision to keep Harlow magistrates court. Ours is a growth town that provides value for money. Will the county court's functions be transferred to the magistrates court or to Chelmsford? If they are transferred to Chelmsford, will consideration be given to people who have difficulty in travelling? Will a satellite county court be provided?

Post Office (Dispute) (15 Feb 1971)

Mr Robert Carr: I inquired of the Secretary to the Court and he inquired of the Chairman. The Chairman gave the Secretary his authority to say to me that 10·9 per cent. was the figure which the Court—I emphasise "the Court" and not just "the Chairman"—had before it and accepted, as a Court, as being the figure implied in its recommendations.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Executive Question Time — Health and Wellbeing: Bedblocking (Dementia Patients) (2 Dec 2010)

Shona Robison: Robert Brown needs to understand that the process can be complex. The courts and local authorities, including Glasgow City Council, do their best to expedite the process when guardianship orders are applied for. Detailed decisions about individuals are involved, which sometimes take time. Safeguards are built into the process, which can also take time to work through. I am sure that Robert...

Oral Answers to Questions — Selection (Standing Committees).: Scottish Standing Committee. (18 Nov 1925)

Mr. WILLIAM NICHOLSON reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had added the following Fifteen Members to the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills (in respect of the Circuit Courts and Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Bill [Lords], the Roads and Streets in Police Burghs (Scotland) Bill, and the Sheriff Courts and Legal Officers (Scotland) Bill): the Lord Advocate, Lord Balniel, Mr....

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill. (6 Nov 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: In the case of a Court of Inquiry the provision of the Bill is that they should be able to summon witnesses and demand production of documents. On the other hand, the Industrial Court is treated like an ordinary Court by rules which enable the Court, if people are willing to come to arbitration, to ask them to produce documents and to examine them.

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Offenders: Electronic Tagging (17 May 2019)

Robert Buckland: Once an individual is produced before a court it is only the court that has the power to amend the conditions of bail and court orders which are the subject of a GPS tag. The police can impose (limited) bail conditions both pre-and post-charge prior to an individual being produced before a court, although this cannot extend to any form of electronic monitoring.

Orders of the Day — Coal Bill.: Clause 41. — (Application of Part I to Scotland.) (7 Jul 1938)

Mr Robert Gibson: Some difficulty arises here. It is in this Clause that you get any reference to the High Court or the Court of Appeal. In the body of the Bill the reference, so far as I have been able to discover, is to the court, not to the High Court. The term "court" is not defined in Clause 40, and in a previous Lords Amendment it was a reference to the court not to the High Court. In a section of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Welsh Language (24 Feb 1972)

Mr Robert Ellis: Is the Home Secretary aware that it seems to be the practice of the Dyfed Powys police authority to insist on all its prosecutions being carried out in English, even when defendants and local courts want proceedings to be entirely in Welsh without use of interpreters? Is he further aware that statements such as that made by the Chief Constable of Dyfed Powys about English being the language...

Scottish Parliament: Mortgage Rights (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3: Section 2 — Disposal of application (20 Jun 2001)

Cathie Craigie: Amendments 10 and 11 have different effects, so I will deal with each in turn. We discussed the proposals in amendment 10 at stage 2. The amendment proposes that the court should take account of whether the debtor has had the opportunity to obtain legal or financial advice before the court hearing, and allows the court to consider whether the court process should be continued until the debtor...

Orders of the Day — Mr. Lawrence Home (22 Apr 1999)

David Lidington: ...duty to explain the Government's policy and the workings of the convention as a matter of public policy. Mr. Lawrence Horne first came to see me about the abduction of his son some 18 months ago. Robert Horne is now three years old; his father is British and his mother is Portuguese. Robert is a British citizen born in Portugal: his certification as a British national was required when...

Written Answers — Justice: Youth Courts (18 Mar 2013)

Rob Flello: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) how much his Department has spent on the youth courts system in each year since 2001; (2) how much his Department has spent on (a) improving existing court and tribunal facilities and (b) new court and tribunal facilities in each year since 2001; and how much was spent on each type of facility and each type of court or tribunal.

Public Bill Committee: Immigration Bill: Schedule 3 - Bank accounts (3 Nov 2015)

Robert Buckland: Amendments 22 and 23 change the definition of “relevant appeal court” in relation to appeals in Northern Ireland. In effect, the amendments change the court to which an appeal against a freezing order is made. Where the order was made by a court of summary jurisdiction in Northern Ireland, the appeal would be to a county court rather than the Crown Court, which is the appropriate court in...

Scottish Parliament: Children's Hearings (Legal Representation) (Scotland) Amendment Rules 2009 (SSI 2009/211) (9 Sep 2009)

Adam Ingram: ...Learning and Culture Committee prior to yesterday's meeting. On a number of points, members should be clear in their minds before reaching a decision on how they vote this evening. First, as Robert Brown said, lawyers are already involved in the children's hearings system, and have been involved since its inception without damage being caused to its ethos. Secondly, the point of law in the...

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