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Petition - Funding of the Avon and Somerset Police Force: South Western Railway Franchise (5 Dec 2018)

Vincent Cable: ...to spread it widely or concentrate it on one or two neglected branch lines. What is happening in practice is that some of the branch lines, including the so-called Shepperton line that runs through Fulwell and Hampton in my constituency, are particularly badly affected. The justification given to me by the company is that that affects less people, but the effect is that an already poor...

Rail Franchises (16 Nov 2001)

Alan Whitehead: ..., as it is the operator of services through his Twickenham constituency. I have considerable familiarity with train services in that constituency. The names of the stations Whitton, St. Margarets, Fulwell, Hampton and Strawberry Hill flash before my eyes, although in those days some of the stations were serviced by trains with smoke coming out somewhere near the front. South West Trains...

Rail Privatisation (15 Nov 1996)

Mr Toby Jessel: .... For example, at St. Margaret's, the frequency is still every half hour throughout the evening. That is just one of the eight stations in my constituency on the Waterloo line—the others being Fulwell, Hampton, Hampton Wick, Strawberry Hill, Teddington, Twickenham and Whitton. I am worried about one thing and I should be grateful if my hon. Friend the Minister for Transport in London...

Mr. Michael Birkett (26 Feb 1992)

Mr Andrew Hunter: ...in the process of justice. Those are undesirable trends, and they should be put right. In 1974, Michael Birkett became involved in litigation. The solicitor acting for him was a certain Mr. Brian Fulwell of Fulwell and Partners, Bristol. Michael Birkett received from Mr. Fulwell a series of unwarranted demands for unwarranted sums of money. They were accompanied by threats not to...

Orders of the Day — Mr. George Sheward (Official Receiver's Conduct) (22 Jun 1981)

Mr Phillip Whitehead: ...Where had that money gone? It is alleged that it was paid into the account of a subsidiary company, Smithancote Limited. It is further alleged that one of the two trustees of the fund, Mr. Brian Fulwell, made a series of withdrawals between 21 December 1977 and 31 January 1978, the period which includes the final collapse of Stevenson, Jordan and Harrison Limited. Mr. Sheward first...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Aircraft Noise (27 Jun 1974)

Mr Toby Jessel: ...only about 1 mile apart at the widest point, so that people in the middle hear both lots of noise, bearing in mind the width of the noise shadows. It will give hardly any benefit to Hampton Hill or Fulwell, which are two of the areas which suffer the worst under the present route. Whitton, West Twickenham and Strawberry Hill will suffer from increased noise although they have also to...

Orders of the Day — Aircraft Noise (Twickenham) (10 Apr 1972)

Mr Toby Jessel: ...I have forwarded to the Department over flies open spaces as much as possible and built-up areas as little as possible. Within my constituency aircraft would take the Ibsley and Seaford routes over Fulwell Golf Course, Hampton Hill Crossroads and Bushey Park to near Hampton Court Palace where they would curve into the line of the Mole Valley. The line for the Dover Two route would follow...

Janice Gamble (26 Mar 1970)

Mr Frederick Willey: ...wanted to do their best to help Janice and to see that she had an opportunity of attending this school and qualify for a sedentary occupation, thus safeguarding her future. In 1965, Janice went to Fulwell Junior School which is a two-storey building. Her mother wheeled her to school and back on a light, collapsible wheelchair, but while she was there the staff and pupils took over and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Public Service Vehicles, London (Drivers and Conductors) (21 Feb 1957)

Mr Ronald Russell: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the London Transport bus depot at Fulwell recently refused to take on any more coloured workers, on the alleged ground of the danger of unemployment? Would my right hon. Friend agree that that reason is not valid, and does it not look like an unfortunate example of colour discrimination?

Petitions: Transport Bill (18 Nov 1952)

Mr Joseph Reeves: ...is of several thousands of workers employed by the London Transport Executive—[HON. MEMBERS: "Oh."]—I repeat, of several thousand workers employed by the London Transport Executive at Charlton, Fulwell and West Ham works, against the denationalisation of road haulage, as it would seriously and adversely affect their present and future livelihood. Wherefore your petitioners pray that...


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