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Former Labour MSP, Central Fife , 1 May 2003 – 2 Apr 2007
Former MP, Hythe , 15 Feb 1859 – 26 Jan 1874
Former MP, Devon Southern , 31 Jan 1874 – 18 Nov 1885
Former MP, Totnes , 24 Nov 1885 – 26 Oct 1922
Former MP, Pembroke and Haverfordwest District of Boroughs , 1 Jul 1886 – 29 May 1892
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Former MP, Wells , 25 Oct 1951 – 29 Apr 1970
Former MP, East Ham North , 27 Oct 1931 – 15 Jun 1945
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Former MP, Tunbridge Wells , 28 Feb 1974 – 8 Apr 1997
Former MP, Sheffield, Brightside , 10 Oct 1974 – 18 May 1987
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Former MP, Belfast , 16 Sep 1814 – 3 May 1816
Former MP, Colchester , 9 Apr 1831 – 27 Dec 1832
Former MP, Hampshire , 11 May 1807 – 19 Dec 1808
Former MP, Winchester , 5 Jul 1802 – 5 May 1807
Former MP, Winchester , 19 Jun 1818 – 29 Dec 1834
Former MP, Cornwall , 12 Nov 1806 – 19 Jun 1826
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Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth: ...we have committed to this. We have committed £100 million in this Parliament to violence against women and girls and, in addition, we are supporting 76 projects through the DCLG with a £20 million fund for domestic abuse. Some of these issues may also feature in the racial disparity audit. This has not really been touched upon, but we are going forward with it, as we committed to...
Damian Hinds: No, it does not mean that. Obviously, people come into the benefits system and may be receiving benefits for a period of time but then go into work that is sufficiently remunerative to mean that they do not fall within the universal credit system. As the hon. Lady will know, people’s circumstances change, and can do so often. As I was saying, the digital take-up of universal credit is a...
Andrew Gwynne: ...West and Abingdon (Layla Moran), for Belfast South (Emma Little Pengelly), for Southport (Damien Moore) and for Glasgow East (David Linden). I would merely say that it was 12 years ago, on 23 May 2005, that I gave my maiden speech in the debate on communities, and I stand here 12 years later as the shadow Communities Secretary. A week is a long time in politics, they say. Well, what a...
Lord Reid of Cardowan: On one of the points that Minister responded to, perhaps I may politely offer him a piece of advice. Everyone here knows that officials advise and Ministers decide—but it is not convention, protocol or indeed courtesy to announce in Parliament that advice has been given by Ministers’ officials and he has decided to overrule it. That is not just a matter of useless etiquette; it is...
Lord Taylor of Holbeach: My Lords, I have nothing to move en bloc, but what I have to say may lead to some block bookings.
...act or a proposal for amendment of such an act; and (c) a draft decision relating to the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union under Title V of the Treaty on European Union; The Committee may waive the requirement to deposit a document, or class of documents, by agreement with the European Scrutiny Committee of the House of Commons; (2) To assist the House in relation to...
Lord Clark of Windermere: ..., does the Minister accept that any fall-off in the number of nurses and doctors from the EC poses a real risk to the health service? Does he accept that, while the number of nurses in training may be increasing now, the Government were wrong in the coalition period after 2010 to cut the number of nurses in training in the UK?
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth: ...at that in the light of the Grenfell Tower fire. The Secretary of State has announced the establishment of an independent expert advisory panel to advise the Government on any immediate steps that may need to be taken on fire safety.
Lord Wallace of Saltaire: My Lords, does the Minister agree that the time may now have come to make sure that transparency of income for campaigning charities is extended? It is striking that there are a number of charities, some Muslim, that the Charity Commission has been concerned about, but right-wing bodies such as the Taxpayers’ Alliance and the Global Warming Policy Foundation do not declare their large...
Andrew Gwynne: ...8217;s plans to introduce local retention of business rates to replace the revenue support grant to local authorities. In reply, the Secretary of State indicated that today’s Queen’s Speech debate may be an opportunity to raise the matter. Has the Secretary of State given you, sir, any indication that he intends to make an oral statement on these matters during the forthcoming...
Jeremy Hunt: ...established an incident team. All the documentation has now been sent on to the relevant GP surgery where it was possible to do so, following an initial clinical assessment of where any patient risk may lie. Some 200,000 pieces were temporary residence forms and a further 535,000 pieces were assessed as low risk. A first triage identified 2,508 items with a higher risk of harm, of which...
Greg Clark: ...our negotiations, we want to ensure that we can continue these successful collaborations, as well as making further investment in the future of research through our industrial strategy. The House may be interested to know that I can announce today that the Government’s commitment to underwrite the UK’s fair share for the Joint European Torus costs—the leading nuclear...
Albert Owen: May I welcome the hon. Lady to her new position and, indeed, Front-Bench Members, new and old, to their roles? Can we have proper local accountability and ownership of local community grids, so that we break the monopolies of the distribution companies, which make masses of money and do not always reinvest?
John Bercow: Order. The hon. Gentleman is an estimable fellow, but West Dunbartonshire is a considerable distance from the Thames Gateway. Knowing the intellectual eclecticism of the hon. Gentleman, I think he may have a pertinent inquiry and I am absolutely fascinated to discover whether that is the case.
Margot James: ...employment. Zero-hours contracts allow people to access the labour market who cannot or do not want to commit to standard, regular work. The Government recognise the concerns about employers who may be breaching the rules or otherwise exploiting their position. We want to make sure that everyone is paid properly and receives the employment rights to which they are entitled.
Kevin Foster: As the Secretary of State will know, expanding Torbay’s manufacturing sector is a key part of diversifying our economy for the future, but a lack of skills may hold us back. Will he confirm that the Government are still seeking to deliver institutes of technology throughout the regions in England?
Claire Perry: May I gently say to the hon. Gentleman that, as the proud MP for the constituency that has Britain’s leading carbon capture and storage research facility, he ought to welcome the progress that successive Governments have made on this agenda? We were the first country in the world to set binding carbon budgets, and we have over-achieved on the first and second ones. Our full intention is...
John Bercow: ...teams, of the conventions on time limits. Colleagues will understand that I do so because they have not been adhered to with any religiosity in recent times. For urgent questions, the Minister may speak for up to three minutes; the person asking the urgent question and the official spokesperson, where different, a maximum of two minutes; and the third-party spokesperson a maximum of one...
Jesse Norman: As at 31 May 2017, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has (a) 5 part time employees and (b) 7 full time employees based at Baillieston test centre in Glasgow.
Paul Maynard: ...swift and simple, including through the introduction of new technology. We are also working with existing train operating companies to ensure that passengers’ awareness of the compensation they may be entitled to is increased and to make it as easy as possible to claim. Some train operating companies have already introduced fully automated compensation and the Department has been...