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Role of Women in Public Life - Motion to Take Note (Continued) (5 Feb 2018)

Baroness Goudie: ...the House of Commons quickly followed. In 1928, women had equal voting rights to men. In our House, it took some time and we saw the creation of women life Peers in 1958. I thank the late Baroness Bea Serota who was a great mentor to me. When I was a local councillor, she was in Camden while I was in Brent. When I came to this House, she was wonderful to me right up until she died. I would...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Channel Tunnel: Fires (23 Mar 2015)

Baroness Kramer: It would be premature to make any judgements around the causes of the fire until the independent statutory investigations by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) and its French counterpart, BEA-TT have been completed.

Channel Tunnel — Question (22 Jan 2015)

Lord Popat: ...last weekend and at whether Eurotunnel needs to make further improvements. The Rail Accident Investigation Branch is also making preliminary inquiries in conjunction with its French counterpart, BEA-TT. We will wait for the report to come out to see what further things we can do. It is important that it is safe to travel, and it is of equal gain to both countries that our lorries travel...

International Women's Day — Motion to Take Note (1 Mar 2012)

Baroness Hayman: the UK since being one of 27 women Members of the House of Commons in 1974, I shall in fact stick to my last and speak about women in the developing world. I do so because today's debate may bea week early for International Women's Day but it is perfectly timed for me. I am less than 48 hours out of Kathmandu and a parliamentary placement with VSO, volunteering in Nepal. I would like to...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Embryology (3 Dec 2010)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answer by Earl Howe on 22 November (WA 263-4), in what ways Bea Pavlovic had raised concerns with the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA); what were the immediate actions on the part of any employees of the HFEA in response to this; and what guidance has been provided by the HFEA with regard to whistleblowing activities.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Embryology (22 Nov 2010)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...Embryology Authority (HFEA) in which embryos were transferred to the wrong womb; how the HFEA ensures that clinics automatically report all such cases as incidents in the light of the dismissal of Bea Pavlovic from her post as a clinical embryologist at Guy's Hospital London pursuant to her whistleblowing actions; and how this eliminates any possibility that embryos used in research could...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Departmental ICT (17 Dec 2007)

Jim Knight: ...Children, Schools and Families: 1E ActiveState Software Inc ActiveXperts Software BV Acuity Risk Management LLP Acuma Software Limited Adobe Systems Agresso Limited Art Technology Group Inc Aventail BEA Systems Inc Business Objects CASE Technologies Check Point Software Technologies Limited Cisco Systems Inc Citrix Systems Inc Clearswift Limited CommVault CA Dell Inc Diskeeper Corporation...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Departmental ICT (13 Dec 2007)

David Lammy: ...and Regulatory Reform. 1E ActiveState Software Inc ActiveXperts Software BV Acuity Risk Management LLP Acuma Software Limited Adobe Systems Agresso Limited Art Technology Group Inc. Aventail BEA Systems Inc. Business Objects CASE Technologies Check Point Software Technologies Limited Cisco Systems Inc. Citrix Systems Inc. Clearswift Limited CommVault CA Dell Inc. Diskeeper Corporation...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental ICT (4 Dec 2007)

Mike O'Brien: ...operations and supporting IT systems. For this reason the names of the top 10 manufacturers identified by consideration of cost whose software the Department uses are given: Microsoft IBM Oracle BEA Software Ltd. QAS Systems TIBCO WRQ Ltd. Stellant Codestream Integralis Ltd. The Department's software is obtained either by direct procurement via a contracted software reseller or as part of...

Written Answers — Transport: Departmental ICT (28 Nov 2007)

Jim Fitzpatrick: ..., Adobe, Citrix, Ahead, Barren McCann, Becrypt, McAfee, Peoplesoft, Diagonal Solutions, Red Hat Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) Adobe, Ahead Nero, Attachmate, Avanquest UK, Avaya, BEA BeCrypt, Blenheim Software, Business Objects, Computer Associates Corel, Cyberlink, Danka, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Identex, Kodak McAfee, Microsoft, Neurascript, Novell, Nuance, Omega First Ltd....

Public Bill Committee: Mental Health Bill [Lords]: Clause 4 (26 Apr 2007)

Ann Coffey: ...of a car not only lose their own livesbut endanger the lives of people travelling along the motorway. The same thing applies to people who jump  in front of trains. The act of suicide can in itself bea very aggressive and angry act from people whohave had a very disturbed background. Therefore, the interests of people who harm themselves and the wider community are interlinked....

Public Bill Committee: Mental Health Bill [Lords]: Clause 3 (24 Apr 2007)

Rosie Winterton: I beg to move amendment No. 15, in clause 3, page 2, leave out lines 22 to 30 and insert— ‘“(3) Dependence on alcohol or drugs is not considered to bea disorder or disability of the mind for the purposes of subsection (2) above.”’. The amendment will remove the exclusions added in the other place. Again, it might be helpful for me to give some background to the...

Public Bill Committee: Offender Management Bill: Clause 3 (16 Jan 2007)

James Brokenshire: suddenly unable to continue to provide services. The logic may be that the Secretary of State will step in, but we need to understand what would happen in such circumstances, because there could bea multiplicity of contracts and subcontracts. Those problems need to be considered properly and appropriately to ensure that if a fully contractual model is adopted, continuity is maintained....

Orders of the Day: Clause 70 — LEAs in England: provision of travel arrangements etc for children (2 Nov 2006)

John Pugh: my hon. Friend's position that when a person applies for any job in a denominational school, at no point can their denomination be a consideration? Does he accept that a consequence of that could bea denominational school with nobody from that denomination teaching in it?

Police and Justice Bill (11 Jul 2006)

Lord Anderson of Swansea: There appears to bea widespread sense of injustice throughout thisCommittee and in the country as a whole. The noble Lord, Lord Goodhart, has exploded the Government's suggestion that the test for the US and that for our own country is equal. The key question is reciprocity. When the Government proposed the order, we were assured that there would be a fairly rapid ratification by the US...

Public Bill Committee: Charities Bill [Lords]: Schedule 1 (4 Jul 2006)

Ed Miliband: There are two choices for Government: the Charity Commission staff can be civil servants, because they are working for a Department, albeit a non-ministerial one, or there can bea non-Departmental public body approach. My understanding of this matter, which was fully considered by the Joint Committee and the strategy unit, is that there would be more control by Ministers of a non-Departmental...

Public Bill Committee: Commons Bill [Lords]: Clause3 (25 Apr 2006)

Roger Williams: ...confusion about who holds the rights, because they refer to thedominant tenement, not a person. The only way to establish who owns thedominant tenement is to refer to the land register. If there were to bea problem in resolving an entry in the commons register and an entry inthe Land Registry, there might be some difficulty in agreeing who wasthe holder of therights. Having saidthat, I...

Scottish Parliament: International Women's Day (8 Mar 2006)

Marlyn Glen: I was inspired by this morning's excellent Scottish Women's Convention event, which was called "Transforming the Lives of Women". Bea Campbell, who was the main speaker at the event, described our Parliament as calm, industrious, businesslike and somewhat equitable. She put that down to the presence of women. She congratulated us on the fact that 37 per cent of MSPs are women, but she also...

Aviation (EUC Report) (8 Dec 2003)

Lord Bridges: ...operation began and still continues. Consequently, it was necessary to build a network of connecting flights from Heathrow to other European destinations in particular. That was taken up by, then, BEA and also by US airlines, the latter developing the habit of stationing subsidiary fleets of aeroplanes in London—all American owned, registered and crewed—to feed the stream of...

Written Answers — Health: Sterile Service Facilities (15 Jan 2003)

David Lammy: ...potential suppliers on over 100 occasions: in specially arranged conferences and workshops, private meetings with individual companies, visits to reference sites and meetings with trade associations. It would bea breach of commercial confidentiality to disclose the names of the companies involved.

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