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Community Transport — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (10 May 2018)

Grahame Morris: ..., integrated, frequent and modern public transport network that is standard for the capital city is a million miles removed from the experience of my constituents. Communities such as South Hetton, Haswell, Haswell Plough, Hesleden, High Hesleden and Hutton Henry can be left isolated, with an infrequent, sub-standard bus service that does not operate in the evenings.

Scottish Parliament: Islands (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (8 Feb 2018)

John Mason: ...islands are different. On Skye or in Ardnamurchan, it is at least possible to drive or get an ambulance, albeit the distances and travel times are very great. I agree with the definition in Hamish Haswell-Smith’s excellent book on all Scottish islands, which says that an island must be “entirely surrounded by seawater” at lowest tide and have “no permanent means of dry access”. I...

Scottish Parliament: European Conference for Cold Water Island Tourism (19 Mar 2015)

John Mason: ...good fun. When we think of Wales, we might think of Anglesey, or Ynys Môn, as it is known. However, it has two bridges, so is it really an island? How do we define an island? I am a fan of Hamish Haswell-Smith’s book on Scottish islands, and I agree with his definition that an island has to be surrounded by seawater at lowest tide and have “no permanent means of dry access”. By that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Jobseekers (Back to Work Schemes) Bill (19 Mar 2013)

Grahame Morris: ...people in society who are suffering hardship. People in my constituency in east Durham ask me, “Why are we suffering for the consequences of this crisis? Was it created in Horden, Shotton, Haswell, Blackhall or even Murton?” No, of course not; the crisis was caused by the mistakes of the banking sector and City speculators. I raise that point not only because I despise the casino...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Energy (12 Nov 2009)

Jim Knight: ...results Jobcentre Plus Centennial House Birmingham G Default 200 Awaiting results Jobcentre Plus Princess House Shrewsbury G Default 200 Awaiting results Jobcentre Plus Haswell House G Default 200 Awaiting results Jobcentre Plus Kiln House G Default 200 Awaiting results Jobcentre Plus Gemini Centre G Default 200 Awaiting results Jobcentre...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Schools: Closures (25 Mar 2009)

Jim Knight: ...School 2004 Cheshire Ashley CE Primary School Cornwall Tresillian Infant School Cumbria St. Cuthbert's CE (VC) Primary School Cumbria Lowick C of E School Durham Haswell Primary School East Riding of Yorkshire Withernwick Primary School Lincolnshire Goodfellow's C of E Primary School Suffolk Gazeley CE VC Primary School Wiltshire St. Mary's C...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Buildings (21 Jul 2008)

Anne McGuire: ...500 Norwich Lease 18 September 2011 Phoenix House East Grinstead Lease 18 March 2012 OCNS-Harwell Oxfordshire Lease 24 March 2011 Hagley Road Birmingham Lease 24 June 2012 Haswell House Worcester Lease 19 February 2009 Lyme Vale Court Stoke Lease 8 February 2011 8 February 2016 City Gate West Nottingham Lease 22 December...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Pupil Exclusions (15 Jun 2005)

Jacqui Smith: ...)— 0 0.00 (45)— (45)— 114318 Easington Community School (45)— (45)— 4 0.39 5 0.51 5 0.53 114346 Glendene School (45)— (45)— 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 114145 Haswell Primary School 0 0.00 (45)— (45)— 0 0.00 (45)— (45)— 114327 Peterlee St. Bede's Catholic Comprehensive School 0 0.00 (45)— (45)— (45)— (45)— 0 0.00...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: School Tests (4 May 2004)

David Miliband: ...Colliery Primary School 70 67 58 65 76 55 60 51 Eden Community Primary School 60 42 — — — — — — Eden Hall Junior School — — 56 53 50 66 56 62 Haswell Primary School 54 54 20 27 50 29 58 47 Hesleden Primary School 85 92 86 86 63 74 87 67 Howletch Lane Primary School 89 91 68 88 86 90 84 87 Murton Jubilee...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Health and Safety Executive (29 Jan 2002)

Alan Whitehead: ... 122 Pearson Building Nottingham 83 Intercity House Bristol 61 Ballard House Plymouth 18 Darkgate Buildings Carmarthen 11 Marches House Newcastle under Lyme 50 Haswell House Worcester 23 Crown Buildings Wrexham 17 Government Buildings Llanishen 92 East Grinstead House East Grinstead 71 International house Ashford 21 St. Dunstan's House...

Opposition Day: Sub-post Offices (12 Apr 2000)

Des Browne: ...among the customers of sub-post offices. When I met my own delegation of sub-postmasters today—and I shall not resist the temptation of naming them at a suitable point in my speech—Mrs. Nan Haswell, who has been communicating with me about this issue for some months, told me that she can, in her small sub-post office in the village of Dunlop, collect council rents. One of her regular...

Estimates Day: Class Iv, Vote 4 (18 Jul 1985)

Mr Kenneth Warren: ...Li Peng. The embassy of the People's Republic in London and our embassy in Peking rendered tremendous service to us, and we wish to thank Sir Richard Evans and his staff, especially Mr. Charles Haswell, who accompanied the Committee on its tour. We also wish to thank Mr. Christian Adams and Mr. Andrew Seaton of the British Trade Commission in Hong Kong for the assistance that they gave us....

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment and Productivity: County Durham and Easington (14 Oct 1968)

Mr Ernest Fernyhough: At 9th September, 1968, the number registered as unemployed in the county of Durham was 34,700. In the area covered by the Peterlee, Haswell and Wingate Employment Exchanges, which approximates broadly to the Easington constituency, the number was 1,670.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Easington (14 Jan 1964)

Mr Emanuel Shinwell: asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs what is the number of houses the Easington Rural District Council are permitted to build in Haswell, South Hetton, Thornley, Wheatley Hill and Blackhall in the current year; and to what extent the maximum construction will reduce the waiting list of those who are in need of accommodation.

Development Districts (Durham Rural District) (27 May 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: ...District Council's area is split between four local employment exchanges. First, there is the West Rain-ton parish within the Houghton-le-Spring exchange area. Then there is Shadforth parish in the Haswell exchange area, and Kelloe parish in the Wingate area. The remainder come under the Durham Employment Exchange. A further complication arises because unemployed persons are not bound to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Development Districts (4 Feb 1963)

...1·4 284 1·6 320 2·2 438 6·8 872 Darlington 1·6 730 1·8 695 2·3 1,033 4·0 1,614 Guisborough 3·1 62 2·8 58 8·4 109 11·8 230 Hartlepools 5·2 1,874 3·4 1,246 6·3 2,096 12·0 3,916 Haswell and Horden 4·3 780 4·0 728 3·7 639 7·6 1,029 Loftus 2·3 89 1·5 61 4·0 136 8·7 224 Prudhoe 2·1 85 2·7 112 4·0 130 9·0 205 Saltburn 4·2 160 2·8 108 14·5 277 18·8 451...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: North of England and Scotland (28 Jan 1963)

...-le-Street … … 8·5 Consett … … 6·8 Gateshead … … 6·7 Felling … … Guisborough … … 11·8 Haltwhistle … … 6·3 Hartlepool … … 12·0 West Hartlepool … … Haswell … … 7·9 Hexham … … 6·3 Horden … … 7·4 Houghton-le-Spring … … 8·1 Loftus … … 8·7 Middlesbrough … … 7·8 Billingham … … Redcar … … South Bank … …...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: North-East (20 Feb 1962)

Mr Frederick Erroll: Prudhoe and Haswell were added in October, 1960, and Blyth and Seaton Delaval in December, 1961.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Durham (6 Dec 1961)

...802 822 820 866 940 Women 192 168 207 202 192 184 180 151 148 131 170 177 162 Hartlepool Men 147 163 149 144 128 170 143 160 180 165 174 153 283 Women 84 85 67 57 60 59 53 40 41 45 44 50 68 Haswell Men 135 128 139 139 132 121 113 99 88 91 102 112 117 Women 62 59 60 57 54 47 41 21 16 22 20 28 22 Horden Men 327 326 307 315 259 251 242 225 222 260 246 287 306 Women 300 276 277 274...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Peterlee (28 Nov 1961)

Mr Niall Macpherson: ...in the Peterlee area, where the facilities of the Local Employment Act are available for new industries and expansion. There are some 200 new jobs in prospect from expansions in the Horden and Haswell Employment Exchange areas.


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