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Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Jobcentre Plus (15 Dec 2008)

Tony McNulty: ...W6 0PP South London District Office Unicorn House, 2nd Floor, 28 Elmfield Road, Bromley, Kent BR1 1NX North East District Address South Tyne and Wear Valley District Office Hallgarth Street, Durham DH1 3BP Northumbria District Office Cobalt House, Silver Fox Way, Cobalt Business Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE27 0QJ Tees Valley District Office 3rd...

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

Tim Farron: ...on post office closures in Cumbria. The petitioners 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...

Orders of the Day — Transport (Finance) Bill (24 Nov 1981)

Mr Dale Campbell-Savours: ...publicised and little was heard from anyone apart from CMS locally to suggest that a number of minor routes would be lost as a result. Last week I received a letter from a Captain James, of Hallgarth, Eaglesfield, Cockermouth, saying: The people of this village are appalled by the news that the No. 25 bus service to and from here is to be cancelled on November 28th 1981. This will cause...

Orders of the Day — Schedule 8: MR. Robert Allan (5 Nov 1976)

Mr David Crouch: ...Dean at 3 a.m. at the time of the accident that she was a friend of Mr. Allan and not his wife. I repeat—not his wife. Sergeant Helpman of Queen's Road Police Station, Aston, stated that P.C. Hallgarth was handed a report to trace Mr. Allan's wife at some time after 1.40 p.m. Mrs. Allan believes that the police tried to trace her within two or three hours of the accident. The Minister...

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