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Petition - Freewheelers' Use of Bus Lanes: South Western Railway (1 Oct 2019)

Anne Milton: ...have taken note of all the comments that have been made today. We need him to act, to thump the table with the operators and Network Rail and make sure that the concerns of my constituents and those in Romsey, Gosport, Wimbledon and any other constituency that is represented here today are taken note of and acted on so that by the end of the year we are starting to get messages from them...

Police, Fire and Rescue Services: Funding Reductions — [Stewart Hosie in the Chair] (20 Feb 2019)

Caroline Nokes: in keeping our communities safe. He mentioned in particular Durham’s police and crime commissioner and chief constable. I was reminded the night before last, when an officer was threatened in Romsey in my constituency—an individual has now been charged with possession of a knife in a public place—that such incidents occur across the country and even in the most unexpected...

NHS Winter Crisis: Primary School Academisation: Cambridge (10 Jan 2018)

Daniel Zeichner: ...and accountability of academy trusts and about the academisation process itself. The debate is timely, because just a few hours ago there was a meeting at St Philip’s C of E Aided Primary School in Romsey in my constituency to determine the school’s future after many months of uncertainty. It was local parents raising with me that process and the issues around it that caused me to take...

Schools White Paper (13 Apr 2016)

Caroline Nokes: ...Friend the Secretary of State for her statement at the beginning of the White Paper. She says that education “is a matter of social justice—extending opportunity to every child”. A headteacher in Romsey wrote to me immediately the White Paper was released, describing it as the best White Paper he had ever read. As I said, I was a member of the Education Committee until recently, and...

[Mr David Nuttall in the Chair] — BT Service Standards (9 Mar 2016)

Caroline Nokes: ...with my time and in taking interventions, because I know that this subject fills many of our postbags. Lucky constituents have the ability to send us emails, although some of my constituents in Romsey and Southampton North have resorted to quill pen and ink, such is their frustration with their poor service. I make it clear from the outset that this is not about broadband, although I will...

UK-EU Renegotiation (3 Feb 2016)

Caroline Nokes: Small and medium-sized enterprises are the absolute lifeblood of our economy and small business owners in Romsey and Southampton North are looking at the targets for regulation reduction with optimism, but what they are really seeking is a reassurance from my right hon. Friend that these are stretch targets and our real goal has to be to go beyond them and make sure there is a real-terms...

Specialist Neuromuscular Care and Treatments — [Mr Graham Brady in the Chair] (15 Dec 2015)

Caroline Nokes: ...Jagger needs to come to London for treatment. There is also a problem with specialist guidance. These families are looking for support—they need support, advice and information. We are lucky that in Romsey we have brilliant GPs, but Jules Geary told me the tale of trying to get Jagger diagnosed. As a first-time mum, she was often dismissed as a worried mother, when in fact she was the...

Compulsory Emergency First Aid Education (State-funded Secondary Schools) Bill (20 Nov 2015)

Caroline Nokes: I congratulate the hon. Lady on promoting this Bill. The Mountbatten school in Romsey in my constituency held a mass CPR lesson, with more than 100 pupils in the school hall learning CPR together. Does the hon. Lady agree that it is important to have flexibility, so that schools are given freedom to decide how they deliver first aid education? Lessons for very large groups can be successful.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (16 Jun 2015)

Caroline Nokes: Pensioners in Romsey and Southampton North have welcomed their new freedoms over their pensions. What evidence does my right hon. Friend have that they are taking advantage of those new freedoms?

First Aid Techniques: National Curriculum — [Sir David Amess intheChair] (10 Mar 2015)

Caroline Nokes: ...this afternoon, and I do not intend to dwell on those. I will focus more on a personal case from my constituency—the story of young Sam Mangoro, who was a 16-year-old pupil at Mountbatten school in Romsey. Almost exactly a year ago he suffered a heart attack and collapsed. His heart stopped beating during a PE lesson. We heard the stat that fewer than one in 10 who have a heart attack...

[George Howarth in the Chair] — Local Pharmaceutical Services (3 Mar 2015)

Caroline Nokes: ...and free delivery of medicines to patients. As Mr Sharma puts it: “This pharmacy is the only health care provider in the area of any type, and the nearest other pharmacies are over five miles away in Romsey. If a patient was to need an over-the-counter medicine, require a medicine free of charge for a child, need support for self-care, or have a minor injury, there is a significant risk...

Planning Policy (Housing Targets) (19 Nov 2014)

Caroline Nokes: My hon. Friend and parliamentary neighbour makes a valid point. That is exactly the sentiment of my constituents as well. I wrote to the Minister about Wrens Corner in Romsey Extra—he has responded recently. That is yet another example of a speculative proposal on the edge of the borough local plan and certainly not included within it. All the schemes I have mentioned rely on a supposed...

[Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] — Winter Flooding (Preparation) (19 Nov 2014)

Dan Rogerson: ...not only those who were directly affected, but those who were not, who may be stressed and concerned about the future. I absolutely understand the wider impacts. The multi-agency emergency response in Romsey and Winchester, supported by military and other professional partners, helped to reduce the impacts of the flooding. I am grateful for the tributes paid to those who worked incredibly...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Flooding (17 Jul 2014)

Caroline Nokes: On one of the hottest days of the year, flooding may seem a dim and distant memory, but the effects are ongoing in Romsey. Not a single Government Minister has yet been to my constituency to see what needs to be done. Will my hon. Friend care to visit Romsey to see for himself the work that desperately needs to be undertaken to safeguard the town from future flooding events?

[Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] — Local Plans (Public Consent) (9 Jul 2014)

Caroline Nokes: ...using the planning system to its advantage. Obviously, I hope that the referendum will be supported and that the people of Bassett will have a defining say in the future of their own area. Elsewhere in Romsey and Southampton North, the situation is less happy. The revised local plan comes before Test Valley borough council in the next few weeks, and there is a difficult balance to be...

Amendment of the Law (24 Mar 2014)

John Woodcock: ...a well delivered speech. I only wish that the hon. Member for Romsey and Southampton North (Caroline Nokes) had more time so that she could go into more detail about the reaction of pub dwellers in Romsey or Southampton North when she went in and said, “We have an amazing new offer: buy 300 pints and get one free!” I am sure they were absolutely overwhelmed. We were told that this...

Estimates Day — [2nd Allotted Day] — Supplementary Estimates 2013-14 — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Managing Flood Risk (3 Mar 2014)

Caroline Nokes: foul drainage but by the beautiful River Test, which has burst its banks in several places, and by its carriers and tributaries. That has had an impact in many parts of my constituency, not just in Romsey. I agree with other Members who have said that we need a coherent strategy. We cannot view Romsey in isolation from the villages further north along the river valley, because any work...

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted day]: Flooding (26 Feb 2014)

Caroline Nokes: ...the foul drainage systems, causing the drains to fail and rivers of sewage to flow through the streets of villages like Chilbolton and Longparish; and surface water flooding, which we experienced in Romsey from Christmas eve until well into the new year. For householders along the Causeway in Romsey, there have been weeks of misery: homes being permanently pumped out, an access road...

Business of the House: Winter Floods (6 Feb 2014)

Caroline Nokes: Flooding from failed sewers has a devastating effect on householders and is a health hazard. In Romsey there is a particular problem with Victorian sewers that have been overwhelmed by the ingress of surface water. What reassurance can my right hon. Friend provide that the extended Bellwin scheme will assist fiscally prudent counties such as Hampshire to help our communities?

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day] — Pub Companies (21 Jan 2014)

Caroline Nokes: ...with the tie. That caused difficulties for the local community, which then sought to establish a community buy-out to make sure that their much-loved local is still open. There are numerous examples in Romsey and Southampton North of previously successful and popular pubs shutting their doors. Some of the closures have been temporary. I am pleased that the Hunters inn in Romsey, for...

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