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EU Exit Negotiations: Veterans Strategy (15 Nov 2018)

Mark Francois: ...tribute. Let me take this opportunity to place on record my sincere appreciation to all those involved from my constituency and beyond, including the redoubtable Rayleigh women’s institute, the Hockley and Hawkwell day centre, and the mother of my PA, Adele Jacquin—it is always good to read your staff into the record, Madam Deputy Speaker—who lives in Cheltenham and also knitted...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Electoral Register (22 Jul 2014)

Andrew Murrison: ... 96.3% Dunnamore Mid Ulster 96.2% Waringstown Upper Bann 96.1% Beragh West Tyrone 96.1% Pennyburn Foyle 96.1% Tollymore South Down 96.0% Drumquin West Tyrone 96.0% Hockley Newry and Armagh 95.9% Jordanstown East Antrim 95.9% Ballymaconnell North Down 95.9% Ballyhoe and Corkey North Antrim 95.8% Cavehill Belfast North 95.8% Augher...

Written Ministerial Statements — Northern Ireland: Written Parliamentary Question (Correction) (15 Jul 2014)

Andrew Robathan: ...and South Tyrone Dromore West Tyrone Dunnamore Mid Ulster Waringstown Upper Bann Beragh West Tyrone Pennyburn Foyle Tollymore South Down Drumquin West Tyrone Hockley Newry and Armagh Jordanstown East Antrim Ballymaconnell North Down Ballyhoe and Corkey North Antrim Cavehill Belfast North Augher Fermanagh and South Tyrone Galgorm North...

Bill Presented: First World War (Commemoration) (26 Jun 2014)

Julian Brazier: ...his really excellent speech. Is not the most remarkable testimony to the spirit of the nation at the time encapsulated in the words of a famous general from his own regiment, General Anthony Farrar-Hockley, who observed that on the eve of this, the largest military undertaking in British history up to that point, not one single soldier was listed as absent without leave?

Written Answers — Transport: High Speed 2 Railway Line (7 Feb 2013)

Christopher Pincher: Relay Park as a result of the redevelopment of junction 10 of the M42; (3) what steps his Department is taking to mitigate the effect of the HS2 extension to Leeds on homes and properties in Hockley and Overwoods Road.

Written Answers — Transport: High Speed 2 Railway Line (5 Feb 2013)

Christopher Pincher: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what the projected (a) top and (b) average speed is for trains on the High Speed 2 extension to Leeds passing Hockley and Stonydelph in Tamworth.

Written Answers — Health: Nurses: Schools (9 Feb 2010)

Vernon Coaker: ...Katherines Primary School Foundation 0.9 Rolph C of E Primary School Voluntary aided 0.9 Coppins Green Primary School Foundation 0.8 Holland Park Primary School Foundation 0.8 Hockley Primary School Foundation 0.4 The Cathedral Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Chelmsford Voluntary aided 0.1 Moulsham High School and Humanities College...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Children, Schools and Families Bill (11 Jan 2010)

Bob Russell: Essex, Twickenham, the Isle of Wight and Suffolk, for example, is a business rather than an educational institution, particularly when it is run from an office on an industrial estate next to Hockley railway station?

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Departmental Procurement (5 Jan 2010)

Bob Neill: ...and (v) The Jurys Inn Brighton in 2008-09; and for what purpose such funds were spent in each case; (8) how much was spent on (a) Digby Trout Restaurants, (b) Fancy A Pint Ltd., (c) Flavour of Hockley, (d) Il Cappuccino London Ltd., (e) Leith's, (f) Leiths at the EICC , (g) Majestic Wine Warehouse Ltd., (h) Oddbins of Wimbledon and (i) Posh Nosh (East Midlands) Ltd. in 2008-09;...

Bills Presented — Mortgage Repossessions (Protection of Tenants Etc.) Bill: Christmas Adjournment (16 Dec 2009)

Bob Russell: ...over other secondary schools in different parts of the country. It looks more like a business operation using state funds and state-funded buildings. It is based on an industrial estate next to Hockley railway station. Bishops Park is not in my constituency, but the relevance to Colchester is this: the same idiotic forward planning by Essex county council threatens future secondary school...

Petitions: Coronary Heart Disease (21 Jan 2009)

Janet Anderson: ...especially statins) are acknowledged to be highly cost effective", but we do not make full use of them. Our death rates from cardiovascular disease remain among the highest in western Europe. Tony Hockley, director of the Policy Analysis Centre, reckons that in England alone there are more than 7,000 unnecessary heart attacks a year because we do not diagnose and treat enough people with...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Secondary Education: Colchester (3 Nov 2008)

Bob Russell: ...for Children, Schools and Families what recent discussions his Department has had with (a) the Chief Executive of the Academies Enterprise Trust, (b) the headteacher at the Greensward School at Hockley, (c) the patron of the Academies Enterprise Trust and (d) the Chairman of Essex County Council on (i) secondary school reorganisation in Colchester and (ii) the establishment of one or...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Credit Unions (5 Dec 2007)

James Plaskitt: ...Finance Institution in conjunction with sub contractor: Portsmouth Hampshire Community First Credit Union Devizes, Wiltshire Street UK Community Development Finance Institution Hockley, Birmingham Tees Credit Union Thornaby, Stockton on Tees Thames Bank Credit Union Hounslow, Middlesex Unify Credit Union Wigan, Greater Manchester

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Schools (21 May 2007)

Jim Knight: ...Primary, Walthamstow Eggar's School, Alton Fellside Community Primary School, Whickham Garforth Community College, Garforth Grange School, Kempston Grangewood School, Pinner Greensward College, Hockley Greenwood Dale School, Nottingham Haybridge High School and Sixth Form Hayes Park School, Hayes Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre, Emmer Green Hillcrest School and Community College,...

Written Answers — Defence: Safe Houses (29 Jan 2007)

Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence at what time and on what day in July 2003 (a) Dr. David Kelly and (b) Richard Hatfield (i) arrived at and (ii) left the safe-house in Hockley provided by his Department.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Free School Meals (Meriden) (24 Oct 2005)

Jacqui Smith: ....0 104060 Marston Green Junior School 276 13 4.7 18 6,5 104061 Kingshurst Junior School 254 59 23.2 85 33.5 104062 Kingshurst Infant School 252 47 18.7 60 23.8 104064 Hockley Heath Primary School 225 (47)— (47)— (47)— (47)— 104065 Tidbury Green School 343 6 1.7 10 2.9 104066 Castle Bromwich Junior School 474 52 11.0 64 13.5 ...

Orders of the Day — Education Bill [Lords] (14 Mar 2005)

Stephen Twigg: ...that he rightly said we should expect of all schools. The hon. Member for Rayleigh, in a thoughtful speech, mentioned schools in his constituency. I remember visiting Greensward school in Hockley, and it is indeed a fine school. I was pleased by his comments about citizenship—I do not know whether he will pass them on to the former chief inspector of schools who is conducting the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Patient Capacity (6 Jul 2004)

Mark Francois: ...patients in the NHS? In large parts of my constituency, it is now practically impossible to register with an NHS dentist. People must go to a practice well outside the constituency to do so. In Hockley, in my constituency, there is a particular problem. The residents association has come up with some innovative proposals to address it, but those in the local health economy appear to be...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Post Office (22 Jan 2004)

Brian Jenkins: ...closure of (a) Belgrave Branch, 326 Wilnecote Lane, Belgrave, Tamworth, (b) Dosthill Branch, 49 High Street, Dosthill, Tamworth, (c) Kerria Road Branch, Kerria Centre, 34 Kerria Road, Tamworth, (d) Hockley Branch, 158 Hockley Road, Wilnecote, Tamworth, (e) Kettlebrook Branch, 134 Kettlebrook Road, Tamworth, (f) Silver Link Branch, 66 Caledonian, Tamworth, (g) Two Gates Branch, 1...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Benefits (14 Jan 2004)

Brian Jenkins: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people drew their benefits at (a) Belgrave branch post office, (b) Dosthill branch post office, (c) Kerria road branch post office, (d) Hockley branch post office, (e) Kettlebrook branch post office, (f) Silver Link branch post office, (g) Two Gates branch post office and (h) Wilnecote branch post office in Tamworth in the last (i)...

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