Results 121–140 of 900 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Lord Bradley

Children's Services (Manchester) (20 May 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: Does my hon. Friend recall that, similarly, in south Manchester, following the consultation and the commitments that were given, it was agreed that as the Duchess of York hospital in Withington was to close, secondary services for south Manchester should be centred at Wythenshawe hospital, while primary and community services should be developed at the new Withington community hospital? That...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Foundation Hospitals (3 Jun 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: Can my right hon. Friend explain this to me? If a specialist hospital such as Christie in my constituency becomes a foundation hospital, who will be the electorate for membership of it?

Fireworks Bill: Schedule — Repeals and Revocation (13 Jun 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: May I add some congratulations of my own? The Manchester Evening News has run an excellent campaign in support of the Bill, which I am sure helped to secure the Government's support.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Foundation Hospitals (1 Jul 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: If Christie hospital in my constituency becomes a foundation trust, what will be the electorate for its governance?

Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill: Clause 1 — NHS Foundation Trusts (8 Jul 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: I shall ask a question about which my right hon. Friend may have notice, since I have already asked it on several occasions. What will be the electorate for a specialist hospital such as Christie in my constituency? Who will be eligible to vote on the governance of that hospital?

Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Bill (17 Dec 2003)

Mr Keith Bradley: I seek further clarification on clause 7. I have here a briefing which states that "local authorities will have to take whatever action is necessary to protect the children. In most cases, this would not involve taking children into care". Will the Home Secretary clarify exactly what actions local authorities should take where they do not take children into care?

Correctional Services Review (6 Jan 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: I welcome the statement, but seek clarification on the youth justice system. I welcome the integration of probation and prison services. Is there a similar plan to reorganise youth offending teams to be better co-ordinated with the regional structure that the Home Secretary proposes? Similarly, will the inspection service, which he will announce later, also include the inspection of youth...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (17 Mar 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: In the light of the Government's welcome announcement of a substantial increase in the funding of science research, and the recognition by the Department of Health of the Wolfsons molecular imaging centre at Christie cancer hospital in my constituency as a world-leading clinical research facility, will my right hon. Friend consider the merits of allocating some extra money to this pioneering...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Reoffending Rates (22 Mar 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: Will my hon. Friend tell the House when the national rehabilitation action plan will be published? When it is published, will it include the key recommendation of the social exclusion unit report on reducing reoffending—a going straight contract?

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (22 Mar 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: My right hon. Friend is absolutely right that the cancer research network has been a huge success, and Christie hospital in my constituency is at the forefront of that progress. The Wolfson molecular imaging centre is a world-class clinical research centre located at Christie hospital, and it currently receives a small amount of money from central Government. In the light of the Chancellor's...

Business of the House (1 Jul 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: Will the Leader of the House make a statement to clarify the position of MPs' representations and correspondence on behalf of their constituents in relation to the Data Protection Act 1998? Confusion and inconsistency still surrounds the question of whether constituents need to give written permission before a third-party body can respond to the MP. That obviously causes great inconvenience,...

Elder Abuse (1 Jul 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: My contribution to the debate will be brief, because my hon. Friend the Member for Erith and Thamesmead (John Austin) has already laid out the Select Committee's recommendations brilliantly and has made the point that I specifically wanted to make about the appalling situation that arose at Rowan ward at Withington hospital in my constituency. My hon. Friend spoke about carers. It is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (7 Jul 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: In the light of the recent research on the census by the university of Sheffield, which shows that there is continuing inequality in health between the north and the south, will the Prime Minister have a word with the Secretary of State for Health with a view to returning to Manchester the millions of pounds that were stolen from its health services as a result of the appalling failure of the...

Transport Strategy (20 Jul 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: The people of south Manchester will be hugely disappointed by the latest delay in the Metrolink extension through my constituency to Manchester airport, which would achieve a truly integrated system of heavy rail, light rail and air travel. However, will my right hon. Friend's officials urgently meet officials from the passenger transport authority in Greater Manchester to discuss...

Greater Manchester Metrolink (27 Oct 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: Does my hon. Friend agree that one of the highest volumes of car traffic is in south Manchester running through my constituency? If the Chorlton to Didsbury spur were built, would the shifting of people out of their cars not have a dramatic impact on congestion and benefit the environment and people's health?

Post Office Closures (South Manchester) (17 Nov 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: I am pleased to be granted this debate on the closure of post offices in South Manchester, because it is a matter of extreme importance to my constituents in that part of the city, as well as to people throughout Manchester who are similarly suffering from post office closures. May I make it clear at the outset that I am not challenging the urban reinvention programme? I supported it in the...

Post Office Closures (South Manchester) (17 Nov 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: I entirely agree with my hon. Friend's view. The key phrase is "sham consultation", and my second example will underline that point. The second proposal was to close Mauldeth road west post office and Burton road post office, both of which are in the Old Moat ward in my constituency. As I said earlier, Mauldeth road west post office was already temporarily closed, and there were issues...

Post Office Closures (South Manchester) (17 Nov 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: My hon. Friend makes a sound point. That flows through all the consultations that we have experienced in Greater Manchester and the north-west. A second key point about the Old Moat ward is that many elderly people live in that area, and if these two post offices closed, leaving the ward with none, they would have to travel to the centre of Withington, which for some elderly people is well...

Post Office Closures (South Manchester) (17 Nov 2004)

Mr Keith Bradley: My hon. Friend is absolutely right. In the course of the consultation exercise, I asked Post Office Ltd. to look for an alternative outlet in the Old Moat ward, but silence was the stern reply. The only conclusion that we can draw from these examples is that the consultation exercise is a complete sham, as my hon. Friend the Member for Manchester, Blackley (Mr. Stringer) said. The Post...

Orders of the Day — Standard Spending Assessment (Cumbria) (31 Jan 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: My hon. Friend makes an important point about the distribution between the south-east and the north-west. He spoke eloquently about rural areas, but urban areas are equally hit. The city of Manchester—


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