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Mr Dudley Fishburn

Former MP for Kensington (14 Jul 1988 – 8 Apr 1997)

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Budget Resolutions - Income Tax (Charge) (31 Oct 2018)

Phil Wilson: ...GP services. The lack of GPs is a national concern that is now impacting on our local communities. Skerne Medical Group, which is currently consulting on the future of its provision in Sedgefield, Fishburn and Trimdon, is at the forefront of the crisis. It is putting in place a four-year review of its future services. Skerne Medical Group’s surgeries in Sedgefield, Fishburn, and Trimdon...

Private Landlords (Registration) (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: ...on coal: 100,000 miners worked down 100 collieries and, with their families, lived in tight-knit communities. Many of the colliery villages thrived in that economy—villages such as Ferryhill, Fishburn, Chilton, the Trimdons, Wheatley Hill, Wingate, Thornley and West Cornforth. They all had and have one architectural characteristic in common: row upon row of back-to-back colliery...

Debate on the Address: Health, Social Care and Security (28 Jun 2017)

Phil Wilson: ...the background that has led to the temporary closure of the GP surgery in Trimdon village. The surgery is one of four operated by Skerne Medical Group—the other three are in Sedgefield village, Fishburn and Trimdon Colliery. The surgeries are very busy and service some of the most deprived areas not just of the county but of the country. In a letter to the registered patients who use the...

Leasehold and Commonhold Reform (20 Dec 2016)

Peter Bottomley: ...leasehold reform and rent Acts in place so that the people in south Wales could be saved from bad landlords and freeholders. I have in my hand the record of the debate on 8 March 1991, when Dudley Fishburn, then the MP for Kensington, paid tribute to his predecessor, Brandon Rhys Williams, who was one of the early people to start campaigning on leasehold. In a remarkable contribution,...

Bill Presented — National Insurance Contributions (Rate Ceilings) Bill: Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (14 Jul 2015)

Victoria Borwick: in the index, he was somewhat concerned. [Laughter.] The story remains untold. I am glad to say that again we were fortunate to have an MP who was a charismatic supporter of Kensington. Dudley Fishburn, our MP in 1988, reminded the House that it was Sir Brandon Rhys-Williams who argued for people having the right to portable private personal pensions, so I am delighted that this...

Petitions: Free school transport (Fishburn) (8 Dec 2014)

Phil Wilson: This petition is on behalf of 426 people of Fishburn in my constituency who are opposed to children from the village paying for school transport to their feeder school, Sedgefield community college. I thank the Fishburn mums, Councillor Rachel Lumsdon, Michelle Barker, Sharon Graham, Cheryl Richardson, Claire Gibson, Tracey Cullen and Kim Wright for organising the petition. The petition...

Benefits and Food Banks (County Durham) (3 Jul 2013)

Phil Wilson: the city. There are three in my constituency: at St Alban church in Trimdon Grange, at Trimdon village hall and at St Clare’s church in Newton Aycliffe. Three more are to open in Deaf Hill, Fishburn, and Sedgefield in the coming months.

Vote on Account 2012-13: Department for Transport — Transport and the Economy (28 Feb 2012)

Phil Wilson: ...spending cuts originating in Whitehall. Let me explain what this has meant in practice for people needing these services in the rural communities of Sedgefield—villages such Bishop Middleham and Fishburn, as well as Middleton St George, which is in the south of the constituency. One local constituent can no longer get to work without the help of friends, and others can no longer catch a...

Petition — Bus Services in Sedgefield (24 Jan 2012)

Phil Wilson: This is a petition on behalf of 1,000 residents of Bishop Middleham and Fishburn. It states: The Petition of residents of Bishop Middleham and Fishburn, Declares that the Petitioners believe that in order to maintain a reliable rural transport network in County Durham additional funding needs to be provided for rural bus services. The Petitioners therefore request that the House of Commons...

Aviation — Question for Short Debate (13 Oct 2011)

Lord Sharkey: ...consequent loss of facilities to GA and to the wider community. I am advised by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association that as of today the airfields at Strubby and at Manby in Lincolnshire, at Fishburn in Durham, at Truro in Cornwall, and at Fearn and at Glenbrittle in Scotland are all at risk of closure because of wind farms. There will be more. What is needed, as my noble friend has...

Wind Farm Development (Sedgefield) (7 Sep 2011)

Phil Wilson: ...have come together. The following towns and parish councils are against the development: Bradbury, Brafferton, Bishop Middleham, Bishopton, Bolam, Chilton, Coatham Mundeville, Elstob, Ferryhill, Fishburn, Foxton, Great Stainston, Little Stainton, Mordon, Newton Aycliffe, Nunstainston, Preston Le Skerne, Rushyford, Sedgefield, Trimdon, Windlestone and Woodham. The campaign group against the...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Audit Commission: Expenditure (20 Jul 2011)

Bob Neill: ...'s worth of work in Sunderland, at a cost of £2275.04, and on-site shoots in Stockport and London costing £1160. Other costs related to CAA are £785 for images supplied by brand and image agency Fishburn Hedges (who developed the Oneplace brand); and £448 with Photofusion on three stock shots for the Oneplace National Overview Report. These can viewed on the Oneplace website:...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Ofcom: Consultants (17 Mar 2011)

Ed Vaizey: ...Ltd Technology research 2,760 Europe Economics Spectrum economic advice 58,069 European Policy Forum Telecoms policy advice 17,250 Euro-Tec Investigations activities 4,661 Fishburn Hedges Boys Williams Ltd Spectrum clearance activities 66,717 Fletcher Priest Architects LLP Premises advice 4,893 Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Translation services 5,447...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: East of England Development Agency: Lobbying (27 Jul 2010)

Andrew Griffiths: ..., on the East of England Regional Development Agency: public relations, if he will make an assessment of the compatibility of the East of England Development Agency's public affairs contract with Fishburn Hedges with his Department's guidance on hiring lobbyists; and how much that regional development agency has spent to date on public affairs consultants.

Cumbrian Shootings — [Mr Joe Benton in the Chair] (23 Jun 2010)

Jamie Reed: ..., the concern of politicians must remain once the cameras have moved away. Finally, none of us will ever forget Michael Pike, Garry Purdham, David Bird, Kevin Commons, Susan Hughes, Kenneth Fishburn, Jane Robinson, Darren Rewcastle, Jennifer and James Jackson, Isaac Dixon and Jamie Clark, and this House owes it to their memories, their families and my community to understand and act on the...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: East of England Development Agency: Public Relations (22 Mar 2010)

Nick Hurd: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills what payments the East of England Development Agency has made to Fishburn Hedges in each of the last three years; for what purposes; and if he will place in the Library a copy of the contract under which such payments have been made.

[Mr. Joe Benton in the Chair] — Migrant Domestic Workers (Visas) (17 Mar 2010)

Martin Salter: It was remiss of me not to refer to the process by which we are all here. Would the hon. Gentleman pay tribute to the excellent piece in The Times in January by Alice Fishburn and Hattie Garlick highlighting the brilliant work of Kalayaan, and some the case studies to which I referred? I put on the record my thanks to the staff in my office, including Sadie Smith, whom I do not treat like...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Government Departments: Consultancy Services (16 Mar 2010)

Lord Young of Norwood Green: ... £163,000 Student Finance and Employability Consolidated £146,640.86 Science (So What? So Everything) Kindred £661,513.58 Iawards Grayling E124,794.49 Employee Engagement Fishburn Hedges £292,265.95 FE Colleges Week Band & Brown £170,852.20 Climate Change Cohn & Wolfe £ 11,276 Media Audit Cohn & Wolfe £ 4,000 Informal Adult Learning Kindred...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Departmental Public Relations (15 Mar 2010)

Pat McFadden: ...Communications Vulnerable Workers, Family Rights, Consumer Tipping Awareness and National Minimum Wage campaigns Cohn and Wolfe Employing People campaign; Climate Change and Media Audit Fishburn Hedges Employee engagement campaign Consolidated Student Finance and Employability Kindred Science (So What? So Everything) and Informal Adult Learning Grayling Iawards Band...

Written Answers — Health: National Treatment Agency: Public Relations (10 Mar 2010)

Gillian Merron: ...of the 2007-08 external public relations spend are as follows: Company Purpose Payment (£) SB Communications Communications support 17,500 Chappie Ltd. Consultancy 3,290 Fishburn Hedges Communications support 8,674 DHA Communications Communications support 12,038

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