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Holiday Hunger Schemes: Badger Cull (6 Nov 2018)

George Eustice: ...first two cull areas. It compares the cull areas with control areas where there was no cull. That detailed analysis of the first two cull areas, over the first two years only, was published by Dr Brunton and her colleagues in 2017. It showed a 58% reduction in the disease in cattle in the Gloucestershire badger control area, and a 21% reduction in Somerset after two years of badger...

Scottish Parliament: NHS Staffing (21 Sep 2016)

Jeremy Balfour: ...said: “I have today spent an hour on the pavement outside my local GP surgery queuing for a registration form. There were about 30 disappointed people who could not register because the Brunton Place Surgery only does 25 new patients per week.” That is not for people to go and see their GP; it is simply to register before they want to go and see their GP. That cannot be acceptable in...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Buildings (5 Jun 2013)

Jo Swinson: ...House, Southfield Way, Durham DH1 5TR North East Fylde Wrea Brook Court Wrea Brook Court, Lytham Road, Warton, Preston PR4 1TE North West Gloucester Twyver House Twyver House, Brunton Way, Gloucester GL1 1DQ South West Hull Earle House Earle House, Portland Street, Hull HU2 8JN North East Plymouth Seaton Court Seaton Court, 2 William Prance Road, Plymouth...

Scottish Parliament: Lothiansound (19 Feb 2013)

Jim Eadie: ...year. For example, through the Federation of Scottish Theatres it advertises audio-transcribed descriptions of productions that take place in Edinburgh and in theatres further afield, including the Brunton theatre in Musselburgh. The value of the service should not be underestimated. In the words of the Royal National Institute of Blind People: “Listening to a Talking Newspaper is one of...

Petition — Hemlington Library (Middlesbrough) (18 Dec 2012)

Tom Blenkinsop: ...acknowledge the unfair and savage cuts imposed on Middlesbrough and particularly the impact to Hemlington library; further that the Petitioners note that local authors Richard Millward and Peter Brunton support this Petition and also note the great work done by local Councillors Nicky Walker and Jeanette Walker who made this Petition possible, alongside local volunteers including school...

Draft Cumbria (Electoral Changes) Order 2012 — Motion of Regret (3 Dec 2012)

Lord Liddle: ...without regard for local community ties. Again, I cite an example from the city that I know best. Ever since my childhood there has been a ward on the west side of Carlisle round the area of the Brunton Park football ground, called St Aidans, and this has completely disappeared. The area where my parents lived for most of their lives, which is called Currock, is being split in two and half...

Written Answers — Justice: Policy Research (6 Nov 2012)

Jeremy Wright: ...for Social Research (NatCen) 39,663.00 NOMS 2011-12 Security health check of the Traka key management solution at HMP Stocken QinetiQ 2,500.00 MOJ 2011-12 SPCR attrition project Ian Brunton-Smith 39,812.00 MOJ 2011-12 Systematic review for general and violent reoffending Matrix Insight Ltd 69,137.50 NOMS 2011-12 The effectiveness of different community order...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Pensions Bill: Consideration Stage (27 Mar 2012)

Ross Hussey: ...why I got away with a lot of things. The Omagh Wheelers cycling club was formed in 1999. That club continually lobbies local councillors and MLAs to support it. Reference was also made to Micaela Brunton and Frances Campbell in netball. The Ecclesville Centre in Fintona: Councillor Rainey would never forgive me if I did not mention the Ecclesville Centre in Fintona. So there, it got two...

Business of the House: Backbench Business — [Un-allotted Day] — Pub Companies (12 Jan 2012)

Fiona O'Donnell: I am afraid that I will not, because I am aware that many Members want to contribute. Indeed, in my constituency one publican, Mr Laurence Brunton, contacted me when he heard the Government’s response to the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee report, and said that the “government’s lame response to BIS committee recommendation makes a laughing stock of a hard working publican who...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Legal Opinion (27 Oct 2011)

Richard Benyon: ...Collis, Mikhael Puar, Ned Helme, Nigel Fryer, Oliver Willmott, Philip Moser, Richard Cole, Richard Griffiths, Robert Hodgkinson, Robert Palmer, Robert Wastell, Sarah Moore, Sasha Blackmore, Sean Brunton, Simion Perkins, Stephen Tromans, Andrew Marshall, Angus McCulough QC, Elisa Holmes, Hugh Mercer, James Eadie QC, Julie Anderson, Kassie Smith, Kate Grange, Sarah Ford, Simon Phillips QC,...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Building Schools for the Future Programme (2 Mar 2010)

Vernon Coaker: ...School Middlesbrough Ormesby Middlesbrough Priory Woods Middlesbrough Tollesby N Lincs Brumby Engineering College N Lincs Melior College Newcastle All Saints Newcastle Brunton First School Newcastle Gosforth Central Newcastle Gosforth East Newcastle Gosforth High Newcastle Gosforth West Middle Newcastle Heaton Manor Newcastle Kenton ...

Scottish Parliament: Renewable Heat Action Plan (25 Nov 2009)

Jim Mather: that SMEs will benefit in business installations and in being part of the supply chain. Indeed, before the RHI, they are already benefiting from the biomass scheme. In my constituency, Sandy Brunton, who runs the post office in Fionnphort on the Ross of Mull, is giving up his post office and retail outlet in favour of going full time at air-source heat pumps. Holiday homes in the Kintra...

Written Answers — Transport: Newcastle A1 Western Bypass (11 Dec 2007)

Tom Harris: ...discussions with the developers of Newcastle Great Park regarding a planning condition attached to this development which requires them to widen the section of the A1 between the A696 and North Brunton junctions once they have reached a particular level of development on the site.

Scottish Parliament: Common Land (Housing Estates) (6 Sep 2007)

Tricia Marwick: I, too, thank Trish Godman for bringing this matter to members' attention for this debate. In 2002, I met in my office a deputation of people from Brunton Gardens in Markinch. About a year after they bought their homes, they got through their letterboxes a demand from the Greenbelt Group to pay up for maintenance. They were incensed because until that point they had not realised that there...

Scottish Parliament: Local Food is Miles Better Campaign (14 Sep 2006)

Christine Grahame: .... I have no idea how much time I have left because the speaking-time clock is not working. There is now a campaign to eat Peebles—not literally, of course. There is a wonderful lady called Val Brunton who runs the Sunflower Restaurant there. Everything she uses is local—the bread is baked locally, the meat comes from the local butcher's and the fish and vegetables are local, too. I...

Written Answers — Transport: A1 Western Bypass (6 Dec 2005)

Stephen Ladyman: ...order for the later stages to be built the developer would have to fund the widening of a section of the A1 Western Bypass immediately adjacent to the development—between Ponteland Road and North Brunton Junctions—from two to three lanes in each direction, a distance of 4 kilometres. This would be under the provision of a S278 agreement which is equivalent to S106, but for a trunk road...

Written Answers — Health: LIFT Programme (Newcastle) (16 Dec 2004)

Miss Melanie Johnson: Newcastle primary care trust has been allocated £1.58 million in capital enabling funds and this has been used to support the delivery of new primary care premises at Brunton Park and Kenton Resource Centre, both opening to patients in March 2005 and Walker Health Centre, opening to patients in May 2005.

Written Answers — Home Department: Bichard Inquiry Report (13 Jul 2004)

Hazel Blears: the High Court on Friday 2 July. If Humberside Police Authority had carried out its legal duty when required to do so, there would have been no costs, as acknowledged by Mr. Justice Stanley Brunton at the High Court hearing on Friday 2 July. The Police Authority has been ordered to pay the Secretary of State the costs of these proceedings. The Secretary of State will be seeking full...

Written Answers — Health: Capital Investment (Newcastle) (23 Feb 2004)

Miss Melanie Johnson: ...of £2 million. 4. Newcastle Primary Care Trust Committed More than £5 million is to be spent using NHS local investment finance trust (LIFT) to provide modern health centres in Kenton, Walker and Brunton Park. This is part of a scheme that will eventually transform more than 25 outdated health centres and community facilities across Newcastle and North Tyneside. In a separate scheme, a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fireworks Act (28 Oct 2003)

Mr Bill Tynan: ...hon. Friend for her response. Is she aware of the excellent educational drama "Toast", which South Lanarkshire community safety partnership is piloting in schools throughout Lanarkshire? Margaret Brunton, the council's home safety officer, said: "This play is hard hitting and will hopefully make pupils think carefully before becoming involved in dangerous behaviour involving fireworks"....

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