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Written Answers — Home Department: Public Expenditure (27 Nov 2012)

James Brokenshire: ...of AP24 Ltd Arqiva Arval UK Ltd ASE Consulting Ltd Associated British Ports Atkins Ltd Atomic weapons establishment Atos origin BAA Babcock Nuclear Services Ltd Badenoch & Clark Barclays Bank Beetham Equities Ltd Brook Street BT—British Telecoms CA Blackwell Ltd Cable & Wireless Capgemini UK plc Capita Carlson Wagonlit Travel Citibank International plc Clearsprings Management Ltd Cogent...

Backbench Business — [27th Allotted Day]: Rural Broadband and Mobile Coverage (19 May 2011)

Tim Farron: ...that. That is why I am so proud that our communities in Cumbria, and South Lakeland especially, are choosing to make their own luck. I pay tribute to the folks in Colton, Hutton Roof, Grasmere, Beetham, Kirkby Lonsdale and Upper Kent, and to the team from Fibre GarDen who ensure that we can deliver superfast broadband to Garsdale and Dent. They show a vision that UK plc—I am not aiming...

Petitions: Post Office Closures (Cumbria) (17 Mar 2008)

Tim Farron: ...declare: The Petition of those concerned about Post Office closures in Cumbria, Declares that they give their full support to Flookburgh, Hallgarth, Heathwaite, Grasmere, Endmoor, Burneside, Beetham, Dent, Backbarrow, Burton-in-Kendal, Rinkfield, Lindale, Levens, Kents Bank, Storth, Hawkshead and Hutton Roof, as these are an integral part of the local community and to lose them would be a...

Inter-Parliamentary Union (16 Jun 2005)

Nick Clegg: ...and the 24-hour media industry have made their traditional procedures at times appear more slow-footed than the rapidity with which events evolve. I am struck by an observation that Professor David Beetham made at a panel discussion convened by the IPU in January on the parliamentary dimension of democracy. He summed up that challenge by saying that "there is the perception that...

NATO Enlargement (17 Jul 1998)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...expansion is a folly of historic proportions. They are Ken Aldred, the director of the Council for Arms Control; Sir Michael Atiyah, the President of the Royal Society; Sir Hugh Beach; Sir Michael Beetham; Frank Blackaby; Field Marshal The Lord Bramall and Field Marshal The Lord Carver; Sir Frank Cooper, the former permanent under-secretary at the Ministry of Defence; Sir John Curtiss; Sir...

Cardiff European Council (11 Jun 1998)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...on the agenda. Some of us think that it should be on the agenda, given the letter to the Prime Minister signed by Sir Hugh Beach, Dr. Helga Graham, Sir John Killick, Sir Michael Atiyah, Sir Michael Beetham, Frank Blackaby, Field Marshal the Lord Bramall, Field Marshal the Lord Carver, Sir Frank Cooper and many others—I have only reached the Cs—who are expressing extreme concern about...

Prayers: Council of Europe and Western European Union (18 Mar 1994)

Mr Peter Hardy: ...represent Britain and Her Majesty's Government in Strasbourg. Reference has already been made by the hon. Member for Newark to the contribution and kindness of Noel Marshall and his successor, Mr. Beetham. We could extend that tribute to the predecessor of Noel Marshall, Mr. Colin McLean, who certainly established an excellent record.

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill (12 Feb 1985)

Mr Roger Stott: ...two gentleman from the National Bus Company, and I would not impugn their integrity, even if the hon. Member for Hereford does. My hon. Friend asked them about the reduction in revenue support. Mr. Beetham answered: It would almost certainly lead to a very severe reduction in the level of revenue-supported services, which may be provided by operators. My hon. Friend then asked: You mean...

Adjournment (Christmas) (19 Dec 1983)

Mr Roland Boyes: ..., the Council of Europe and an associate of the EEC. Turkey has signed the European Convention of Human Rights and the UN Declaration. The signatories to the advertisment include Professor David Beetham, Professor Tom Bottomore, Professor Geraint Parry, Edward P. Thompson, Professor Alan Wilson and Professor Peter Worsley, as well as politicians, represenatives of the peace movement,...

Orders of the Day — Right of Reply in the Media Bill (18 Feb 1983)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...Cabinet Ministers with excellent Ministry of Defence contacts told me that there had been reservations from the start about the Falklands mission by the Chiefs of Staff', specifically Sir Michael Beetham, Chief of the Air Staff. [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh, no!"] This is relevant. Pressures are now being imposed by Foreign Office Ministers about last Monday's "Panorama" programme on the costs of...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Royal Air Force (22 Jul 1982)

Mr Edward Gardner: ...of recovering it—and the loss of opportunities for 6,000 university graduates and 2,500 apprentices. The House has been reminded of the recent speech by the Chief of the Air Staff, Sir Michael Beetham, but it has not been told that Sir Michael appeared to be coming round to the view that the P110 could be used by the RAF. That is the sort of view that we want to hear, but we want it to...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force (23 Jun 1981)

Mr Robert Atkins: ...are doing the same. Much has been said, and doubtless will be said, about the threat. I noticed in a copy of the press release to which my hon. Friend referred, that Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael Beetham said only the other day that interceptions of Soviet aircraft by Royal Air Force air defence aircraft in the UK Air Defence Region rose from a weekly average of four in 1978 to nearly six...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Royal Air Force (23 Jun 1980)

Mr John Wilkinson: ...quoted from Congressional hearings. He has not once mentioned the professional advice of the heads of the Royal Air Force, such as the late Sir Andrew Humphrey, Sir Neil Cameron and Sir Michael Beetham, who have all, in succession, emphasised the increase in quality, hitting power, training and effectiveness of the Warsaw Pact air forces. That is remarkable.

Orders of the Day — The Royal Air Force (3 Apr 1978) mind its resources, it does a particularly sound job. It is very helpful and friendly to pilots who telephone asking for advice at any time. We have now come from Lord Trenchard to Sir Michael Beetham, and from the Western Front to the Germany and NATO of today. My hon. Friend the Member for Chichester (Mr. Nelson) mentioned the concern that exists in relation to what General Haig has...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Relations Bill: Inducement of, or Threat to Induce, Breach of Contract (16 Feb 1971)

Mr Paul Rose: return to the status quo and to implement at least one part of paragraph 1100 of Donovan in relation to commercial contracts. The difficulty arises because, although Lord Denning in the case of Beetham v. Trinidad Cement Co. in 1961 accepted that a recognition dispute would fall within the ambit of Section 5 of the 1906 Act, and although the Solicitor-General has assured us—we have to...

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