Results 1–20 of 2000 for metropolitan policy

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Feb 1996)

Mr Michael Shersby: Will my right hon. Friend take the opportunity today to recall that, when he was the Secretary of State for the Environment, he pursued the excellent policy of defending the metropolitan green belt? Does he agree with me that the metropolitan green belt is the greatest bulwark against urban sprawl? Will Her Majesty's Government continue to make that policy the centrepoint of their environment...

Public Bill Committee: Local Transport Bill [Lords]: Clause 12 (24 Apr 2008)

Rosie Winterton: As I said this morning, clause 12 will result in the duties to develop local transport policies and to produce local transport plans applying just to the integrated transport authority—following consultation with its constituent councils—in each integrated transport area. The changes will help to promote a more integrated approach to transport planning across major conurbations outside...

Oral Answers to Questions — Receiver's Powers. (19 May 1938)

Mr Valentine McEntee: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the powers conferred on the Receiver of the Metropolitan Police under the Metropolitan Police Act, 1829, are of an absolute character; and will he consider amending the Act so as to set up a joint board of control with representatives of the Home Office, the Treasury, and City and County Councils in the area of the Metropolitan Police district...

Emergency Preparedness (19 Oct 2005)

Mark Pritchard: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is absolutely astonishing that such a fundamental shift in Metropolitan police policy—a lethal policy—was not agreed by the Prime Minister but was left to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner himself?

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ( 5 Sep 2018)

Women and Equalities: Antisemitism. 10:00 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Laura Marks OBE, Co-chair, Association of Jewish Women's Organisations Dave Rich, Head of Policy, Community Security Trust Danny Stone, Director, Antisemitism Trust Dr Loretta Trickett, Associate Professor, Nottingham Law School Detective Chief Superintendent Simon Rose, Metropolitan Police Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, Metropolitan Police Baljit Ubhey, Director of Prosecution Policy...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill ( 4 Dec 1984)

Mr Kenneth Baker: The hon. Member for Copeland has not answered the question I put to him: what is Labour policy on the future of the metropolitan county councils? This is another example of the indecisiveness of the Labour Front Bench. Its policy on this Bill towards the metropolitan county councils is a journey into the unknown. The Labour party does not know what its policy is. Frankly, the Labour party...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Beer Orders> (11 Jan 1995)

Robert Wareing: Is it not time that the DTI carried out a thorough inquiry into the pub activities of Grand Metropolitan through Inntrepreneur Estates, in which Grand Metropolitan still owns a share? Is the Minister aware that last year 10 per cent. of Inntrepreneur tenants were driven out of business because of the chronic over-renting of premises and other aggressive policies pursued by Lord Shepherd and...

New Clause 10: Constitution of Police Authority ( 3 May 1983)

New clause 25—Accountability of the Metropolitan Police.'(1) The Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police shall lay before Parliament an annual report on the activities of his force; and such a report shall be considered by a Select Committee of Members of Parliament representing constituencies within the Metropolitan Police District.(2) The Secretary of State shall lay before Parliament...

Written Answers — Home Department: Road Safety (12 May 2003)

Andrew Miller: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the policy of the Metropolitan police is on charging (a) victims and their families of road death or serious injury and (b) dependants for police reports, witness statements and collision investigation reports on such incidents in respect of incidents occurring (i) within the Metropolitan police area and (ii) partly within the...

Orders of the Day — Local Government (Interim Provisions) Bill (22 May 1984)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: ...point—after that useless intervention—is that the members of transitional councils will not be directly elected. In west Yorkshire it is possible that none of the seven nominees from Wakefield metropolitan district council will be drawn from my constituency. It is therefore unlikely that the problems of my constituency will be properly catered for. The sixth point is that the Bill...

Written Answers — Defence: Brigadier Gordon Kerr (21 Nov 2002)

Mr Kevin McNamara: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence (1) if he will make a statement on the basis for his policy on Brigadier Gordon Kerr's giving evidence and otherwise co-operating with the inquiry undertaken by the Metropolitan Police Commissioner into collusion in Northern Ireland; (2) what his policy is on allowing Brigadier Gordon Kerr to give evidence and otherwise to co-operate with the...

Written Answers — Home Office: *No heading* (23 Mar 2020)

Kit Malthouse: The failings of the Metropolitan Police Service in Operation Midland had devastating consequences for those falsely accused and also risked damaging the confidence of the public. That is why the Home Secretary requested, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services conduct an inspection of the Metropolitan Police Service to ensure lessons have been learned. We will...

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic Bill: Designation of Parking Control Authority (26 Feb 1991)

(2) The Secretary of State shall make an Order under this section in respect of any metropolitan county area where— (a) he has been requested to do so by all the Metropolitan District Highway Authorities in the relevant county; and(b) he is satisfied that the designation in necessary having regard to—(i) the level of unenforced contraventions of the law relating to stationary vehicles in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home: Neighbourhood Policing (13 Feb 2006)

Charles Clarke: I am grateful for the hon. Gentleman's support for the policy and glad to pay tribute to the Metropolitan police, who have led the development of the policy throughout the country, with its ambition of securing neighbourhood policing in every part of London by spring next year. I am sure that the House will understand that, over the past months, there have been serious public order issues in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Environment: Proposed Belfast Metropolitan Area (18 Dec 2000)

Mr Sam Foster: I assure the Member that everything will be given due consideration and that nothing will be taken lightly. It is a very important matter. If there is a policy void or if some area plans reach their end dates before the adoption of the Belfast metropolitan plan, current development plans provide detailed location and planning policies for the relevant parts of the Belfast metropolitan area....

Written Answers — Home Department: Drugs (23 Apr 2002)

John Denham: ...My right hon. Friend the Home Secretary and the Commissioner (Sir John Stevens) have discussed it at their periodic meeting. Additionally officials from this Department have met regularly with the Metropolitan police to discuss this and other issues, especially in connection with the Metropolitan police's current review of its operations and policy. My right hon. Friend the Member for...

Written Answers — Home Department: Metropolitan Police Housing (15 Oct 2002)

John Denham: Policy on the sale of police property is a matter for Police Authorities. Individual Authorities take all relevant factors into account when developing policies and making decisions on sales. The Clerk to the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) informs me that the Authority's residential estate is primarily held as an aid to recruitment. Sales of properties are only undertaken when no other...

Written Answers — Home Department: Drug Policy (Brixton) (30 Apr 2002)

Bob Ainsworth: holding answer 24 April 2002 My right hon. Friend the Home Secretary has not met police representatives to discuss the drug policy in Brixton, but he has been following the progress of the Lambeth cannabis pilot very closely. I have met officers in Brixton additionally, officials from the Home Department meet regularly with representatives from the Association of Chief Police Officers and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Crimes of Violence (18 Mar 1982)

Mr Robert Kilroy-Silk: ...Minister agree that neither capital nor corporal punishment has ever been an effective deterrent? Does he accept that the real cause of the increase in serious crime is the Government's economic policy and the failure of the Metropolitan Police, for example, to catch criminals? Is he aware that they cleared up fewer crimes last year than in 1972 or in any year when the Labour Government...

Written Answers — Home Department: Crime Museum ( 9 Jun 2008)

Harry Cohen: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will discuss the Metropolitan Police's policy on access to its Crime Museum with the Metropolitan Police Commissioner; and if she will make a statement.

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