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Written Ministerial Statements — Transport: Airport Co-ordination (London Olympics) (5 Jul 2011)

Philip Hammond: ...Biggin Hill airport, London Luton airport, London Oxford airport, London Southend airport, Lydd (London Ashford airport), Manston airport, North Weald airfield, Old Sarum airfield, Peterborough Conington airfield, RAF Northolt, Redhill aerodrome, Rochester airport, Shoreham airport, Southampton airport, Stapleford airport, Sywell aerodrome, Thruxton airport, White Waltham airfield, Wycombe...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Inland Waterways: East of England (11 Mar 2008)

Phil Woolas: ...IDB Ancholme IDB Bedfordshire and River Ivel IDB Benwick IDB Black Sluice IDB Bluntisham IDB Broads IDB Buckingham and River Ouzel IDB Burnt Fen IDB Cawdle Fen IDB Churchfield and Plawfield IDB Conington and Holme IDB Curf and Wimblington Combined IDB Downham and Stow Bardolph IDB Drysides DB East Marling IDB East of the Ouse, Polver and Nar IDB Euximoor IDB Feldale IDB Fromus, Aide and...

A14 (9 Feb 2005)

Andrew Lansley: ...rightly said that some villages are deeply affected by this issue. He knows that because he represented them in the past. I have represented them since 1997, and they include Bar Hill, Lolworth, Conington, Longstanton and Oakington. It is virtually impossible to leave those villages or to travel south or north when the A14 is blocked—and that is often the case. That makes life in those...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Hunting (20 Nov 2002)

Alun Michael: ...damage associated with foxes to the Hunting with Dogs, Hearings on the Evidence (9–11 Sept 2002). This was based on two particular publications: White P.C.L, Groves, H.L, Savery, J.R., Conington, J. and Hatchings, M.R. (2000) Fox predation as a cause of lamb mortality on hill farms. Veterinary Record 747:33–37: and Moberly, R.L (2002) The costs of foxes to agricultural interests in...

Railways (Accident, Conington) (6 Mar 1967)

Railways (Accident, Conington)

BRITISH TRANSPORT COMMISSION BILL (By Order) (23 Feb 1954)

Mr David Renton: .... Member for Enfield, East is improving. Clause 9 (5) of this Bill directly affects a level crossing in my constituency, with which I am familiar. It is the level crossing between the village of Conington and a part of the Fen called Monk's Lode, on what is still sometimes called the Great Northern Railway. It is the main line between York and King's Cross, over which so many hon. Members...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Poles (Farm Purchase) (7 Mar 1949)

Mr David Renton: asked the Minister of Agriculture for what reason it is intended to settle 40 Poles on a farm at Conington Fen, Huntingdonshire, at the taxpayers' expense; and whether he will make a statement.

Orders of the Day — Ouse Drainage Bill. (16 Jun 1927)

Lieut-Colonel Walter Guinness: ...State aid is to be given. You find figures which show that agriculture, under those conditions, would become absolutely impossible. The Thetford district would have to find 26s. 2d. an acre. In the Conington drainage district it would be 27s. 7d. an acre. In the Woodwalton district it would be 27s. 11d. an acre, and in two more districts 29s. 7d. an acre. The Commission report that they...


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