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Former Independent MP for Hastings and Rye (6 May 2010 – 6 Nov 2019)
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Gregory Barker: ...other areas. My constituents are paying over the odds and face the galling prospect of a deteriorating service on their own Hastings to Charing Cross line. My constituents are not alone. Amber Rudd, the hard-working Conservative candidate in Hastings, has made this point in her local campaign against the 10.39 per cent. price increases at Hastings and has written to tell me: "Each year...
Gregory Barker: ...in correspondence. It is clear from the representations that the Minister has received that a strong rail link to London and the City is vital for successful regeneration of the area. That is why Amber Rudd, the prospective parliamentary candidate for Hastings and Rye, has campaigned so hard on the issue. She wrote to me saying: "The loss of the Cannon St service from Hastings would be...
Michael Jabez Foster: ...and Rye and others, Declares that the petitioners believe that hunting with dogs is cruel; further declares that the Petitioners oppose the efforts of local Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Amber Rudd and the Conservative Party to have the ban repealed, further declares that the Petitioners support the Hunting Act 2004 and the Back the Ban campaign; and that the Petitioners support...
John Bercow: ...Robert John Walter, North Dorset Laura Jane Sandys, South Thanet Andrew John Stevenson, Carlisle Jacob William Rees-Mogg, North East Somerset Nicholas Edward Coleridge Boles, Grantham and Stamford Amber Rudd, Hastings and Rye Sarah Louise Newton, Truro and Falmouth Karen Patricia Buck, Westminster North Nicholas Dakin, Scunthorpe Diana Ruth Johnson, Kingston upon Hull North Rosemary...
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what mechanism he intends to use to review regional transport board expenditure in 2010-11.
Amber Rudd: What assessment he has made of the prospects for progress on the academies programme; and if he will make a statement.
Amber Rudd: I have received a number of inquiries, as I am sure other Members have, from teachers who would like to get involved in starting up free schools but are concerned about confidentiality issues. Can my right hon. Friend advise where they should go to find out more about how to go about setting up free schools without revealing too much about their personal details?
Amber Rudd: Delightful though it always is to hear about the north-east, may I add that we have a town in the south east, Hastings, which is heavily deprived? Members may not be aware that, although it has received a good deal of investment, in the past 13 years the average wage has fallen from £30 to £100 a week below the United Kingdom average. We need the private sector investment that the...
Amber Rudd: Given the global nature of banking, will the Minister advise us on how regulation will proceed on an international basis, bearing in mind the need to maintain as many jobs as possible in this country?
Amber Rudd: I wonder whether other hon. Members receive complaints about the education maintenance allowance, as I do. I, too, represent a constituency where there are people on very low incomes, but I get a lot of complaints that the allowance is badly applied and often abused.
Amber Rudd: What recent discussions she has had with the fishing industry and other interested parties on reform of the common fisheries policy.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what plans he has for the future of the Communitybuilders programme in the borough of Hastings; and what assessment he has made of the potential of that programme to contribute to the regeneration of the Hastings pier.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if he consider the merits of designating Hastings as a borough eligible for the establishment of a local enterprise zone; and if he will make a statement.
Amber Rudd: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent estimate he has made of the level of public sector employment in the borough of Hastings; and if he will include that borough in the districts which are to be part of the three-year scheme to exempt businesses from up to £5,000 of class one employer national insurance contributions.
Amber Rudd: What recent representations she has received on the amount of time spent on administrative tasks by police officers each year.
Amber Rudd: Is the Secretary of State aware that some extraordinary technological advances are being made by British private companies? One in particular-Marshall-Tufflex in my constituency-would like to come and see Ministers to show them the advances that it has made that could help with general carbon reduction.
Amber Rudd: I have noticed this afternoon that there has been a lot of talk about young people in unemployment. Both my hon. Friend the Member for Wirral West (Esther McVey) and the hon. Member for Wirral South (Alison McGovern) were talking about that, and it is a common theme. It is one area that, I know, we all care about so much. I was talking in Hastings, where we have very high levels of youth...
Amber Rudd: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what recent steps he has taken to increase access to finance for small businesses.
Amber Rudd: What assessment he has made of the educational achievement of pupils in receipt of free school meals in (a) Hastings and (b) England.
Amber Rudd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that, under the overly cumbersome Building Schools for the Future, it took on average 13 months from first meeting to first construction of a site? What can be done under this Government to ensure that that does not happen again?