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Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Belfast-Larne Railway (12 Nov 2003)

John Spellar: the table show all the permanent speed restrictions on the Belfast/Larne line. There are currently no temporary speed restrictions on the line at this time. Translink anticipate that once the track relay between Bleach Green Junction and Whitehead is complete and tested trains can revert to the line speed which is appropriate for track geometry for that section of line. Permanent speed...

Written Answers — Defence: Challenger Tanks: Repairs and Maintenance (5 Mar 2008)

Bob Ainsworth: The number of tracks issued across the entire fleet in each of the last six months and the number of full vehicle sets of spare track available in Iraq in the last six months are: Number of tracks issued across the entire fleet Spare tracks available in Iraq 2007 September 8.75 3 October 6.5 3 November 10.25 3 December 1 3 2008 January 6.75 3 ...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Teachers (8 Sep 2003)

David Miliband: The Fast Track teaching programme is a long-term investment in developing effective leadership in schools. This year has seen a record number of appointments to the programme, more than double the totals in previous years. Investment in the Fast Track teaching programme -- £ million 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 Information and Publicity 1.83 1.99 1.75 Application materials,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railway Track (14 Sep 2017)

Paul Maynard: The Office of Rail and Road publish railway infrastructure statistics, which contain the total length of track in Great Britain (including Scotland) by year. This information is available here: c28-324f-4168-81b9-be197963f251 This information is not available by region. The year-on-year change in track length is the net change...

Orders of the Day — BETTING AND LOTTERIES BILL [Lords]: Clause 6. — (Discretion of licensing authority as to grant of licences.) (5 Nov 1934)

Captain CROOKSHANK: What this amounts to is that where a track is in an area which has been town planned, it has to conform to the planning arrangements. The whole question of town planning is a very intricate one, and there are all kinds of orders which are made, but there might very well be, for example, a case where a track had been established before the town planning scheme came into...

Scottish Parliament: Hill Tracks (Scottish Uplands) (9 Jun 2010)

Trish Godman: The final item of business is a members' business debate on motion S3M-6227, in the name of Peter Peacock, on hill tracks in the Scottish uplands. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes with concern the number of engineered hill tracks appearing in the Scottish uplands, particularly in the Highlands; notes that such tracks can be...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Asylum Appeals against Fast-tracking (29 Mar 2004)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: There is no statutory right of appeal against the decision to fast-track an asylum claim. However, should a claimant or their legal representative consider that there is good reason why a claim is not suitable for fast-tracking, they may make representations to the appropriate IND Asylum Casework Directorate (ACD) team. The ACD teams at both the Oakington Reception Centre and Harmondsworth...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Tube Noise Abatement (1): Tube Noise Abatement (1) (24 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: in June 2018. This work brought a reduction in noise of approximately 5dB for at least one property where follow up measurements were taken. Given that the southbound Victoria line track between Victoria and Pimlico is in good condition, it is unlikely that further track renewal would materially reduce current noise levels. TfL plans to carry out rail grinding in this area from...

Orders of the Day — Dog Racing (Local Option) Bill. (2 Dec 1932)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Smiles: I accept the hon. Gentleman's ruling on the subject. In any case, the men who recently started greyhound racing tracks risked their money, not knowing whether the public would take up the sport or not. I hope that the hon. and gallant Member will go as far as that. I hope that he will also agree that they make a good deal of money out of it and that they have more or less a monopoly. They are...

Orders of the Day — BETTING AND LOTTERIES BILL [Lords]: Clause 19. — (Illegality of lotteries.) (6 Nov 1934)

Mr Thomas Williams: I beg to move, in page 10, line 30, at the end, to insert: (2) It shall not be lawful for the occupier of any track, or for any servant or agent of his, to have any financial interest in or to own any totalisator in operation on any track, or to make any charge for the right to operate a totalisator on any track. The Royal Commission recommended, first, that the owner or owners of any track...

Orders of the Day — BETTING AND LOTTERIES BILL [Lords].: Clause 4. — (Restriction of Betting on dogcourse.) (12 Nov 1934)

Brigadier-General Alfred Critchley: First of all I would like to thank the hon. Member for the Scotland Division (Mr. Logan) for what he has said. Eight hours are too few to enable a great number of tracks to live. A number of tracks which ought to live will go out if limited to eight races. The hon. Member for Balham (Sir A. Butt) who proposed the original Amendment for eight races per meeting, stated that we are bound to...

Prohibition of Driving or Parking on Cycle Tracks (6 Jul 1984)

Mr Cecil Franks: Consideration of the clause in another place showed that the drafting needed to be improved. The clause as drafted made it an offence to park or drive any motor vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track. Various defences are specified, including, in subsection (4), the defence that the motor vehicle is being driven on a cycle track when that is the only practicable way of obtaining vehicle...

Betting Duty (21 Nov 1966)

Mr Gordon Bagier: exactly the same. The employers have, for the first time, been called on to collect taxation for the benefit of the Government concerned. I see this as a question of degree. The smaller the track, the smaller the problem, the larger the track, the more bookmakers, the greater the problem. I took the trouble to make some inquiries at the weekend, and found that there is no trouble with...

Written Answers — Health: Cancer Services (28 Apr 2003)

Ian Gibson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) whether the results of the tracking exercise for earmarked cancer funds will be used to determine funding priorities in cancer services in the future; (2) how many strategic health authorities have responded to the request for information under the exceptional tracking exercise for cancer funds; (3) whether the exceptional tracking exercise for...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Animal Welfare: Animal Welfare (17 Aug 2009)

Richard Lochhead: We are aware that the only greyhound racing track in Scotland to stage races under the Greyhound Board of Great Britain’s rules of racing is the greyhound racing track at Shawfield in Glasgow. However, advice on track safety and other matters is available to all greyhound tracks, including the independent tracks from the Greyhound Board of Great Britain. Elaine Murray (Dumfries) (Lab): To...

Written Answers — Justice: Civil Proceedings: Legal Costs (7 Dec 2010)

Andrew Slaughter: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) if he will estimate the annual number of employer's liability accident cases brought under (a) fast-track and (b) multi-track arrangements which qualify for (i) conditional fee agreements and (ii) after-the-event insurance support that would not be brought as a result of his proposals in the Civil Litigation Funding Green Paper; (2) if he...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Fast-track Teachers (14 Feb 2002)

Stephen Timms: The first teachers on the Fast-Track Programme will take up posts in September 2002. 110 successful candidates took up places in Fast-Track Initial Teacher Training in September 2001; teachers on the Fast-Track Programme are required to gain Qualified Teacher Status before taking up approved Fast-Track posts in schools.

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: South East Region (20 Dec 2010)

Theresa Villiers: The Government are currently funding an upgrade programme to deliver dual tracking over two-thirds of the single track sections between Oxford and Worcester. Network Rail has established this will be sufficient to meet the Government's enhanced capacity and performance rail requirements for 2014. No discussions have taken place for laying dual track on the remaining 10 miles of single track.

Written Answers — Transport: Railways (10 May 2004)

Tony McNulty: This is an operational matter for Network Rail. However, Network Rail advises me that it is already undertaking a comprehensive programme to manage and monitor the track quality in this area and, at the same time, is investing to upgrade the track. Network Rail has liaised closely with the Health and Safety Executive's Railway Inspectorate over those sections of poorer quality track, which...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Land: Land (3 Apr 2009)

Stewart Stevenson: The off-road cycle track and the area of land between the A9 and the cycle track are owned by the local landowners but the condition of the cycle track is monitored by SUSTRANS and maintained by the Trunk Road Operating Company, Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland. The local authorities are responsible for litter clearance on the cycle track.

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