Results 161–180 of 2000 for metropolitan policy

Written Answers — Home Department: Department Policies (13 Jan 2004)

Hazel Blears: Most of the policies initiated by the Home Office since 1997 have had an impact on the Regent's Park and Kensington North constituency as on other parts of the country. Our policies in the areas of crime reduction, anti-social behaviour and policing are providing direct benefits to the people of Regent's Park and Kensington North. It is not possible to give details back to 1997, but policies...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Housing (21 Apr 2004)

Keith Hill: ...Leicestershire Fire Brigade Society of Mary and Martha Mr. Tom W M Turner Oxford Fire Service Middlesbrough borough council University of Newcastle Torbay borough council Mr. John Stather Wigan metropolitan borough council Mr. Duncan McCargo Yorkshire Coast Residential Landlords Association Warrington borough council Cornwall county council Landlord's Association for Wessex Cheshire Fire...

London Metropolitan University (20 May 2009)

David Lammy: ...this debate. Hon. Members have touched on important issues such as widening participation, particularly in London. I associate myself with what has been said about the contribution of London Metropolitan university to widening participation in north London. The statistics show that we have increased the number of young people and adults from poorer socio-economic backgrounds who go to...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Thin blue line badge: Thin blue line badge (16 Nov 2022)

Caroline Russell: The uniform and dress code policy of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) states that the MPS don't wear badges advertising causes, beliefs, or charities, except in a few circumstances such as the Police Memorial Day badge, the red poppy of The Royal British Legion, and the Help for Heroes badge and wrist band. Despite this, I still regularly see officers walking around with the ‘thin blue...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police ( 6 Jul 2005)

Hazel Blears: The Government is working with the Metropolitan Police Service, (MPS) and with all other forces, to eliminate racism from policing. The Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000, places a positive duty on all public authorities, including the MPS, to promote race equality. In the MPS this duty is driven by its Race Equality Scheme, which was republished on 31 May 2005. Training, procurement...

Orders of the Day — Prices and Incomes (30 Jan 1967)

Mr Terence Higgins: ...on Pay Increases (No. 2) Order 1966 (S.I., 1966, No. 1468), dated 23rd November 1966, a copy of which was laid before this House on 23rd November, be withdrawn. Throughout the debates on incomes policy in the House over the last year, we on this side strenuously opposed the introduction of an element of compulsion into the Government's prices and incomes policy. But it is not merely our...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Education Facilities (31 Oct 2002)

Tony McNulty: Guidance on all aspects of development in the green belt, including new educational facilities, is set out in planning policy guidance note (PPG) 2, green belts. Designated metropolitan open land has the same status as green belt, and the planning policies set out in PPG2 will also apply to such land. New educational facilities in the green belt will be subject to the same controls as other...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ( 1 May 2018)

Health and Social Care: Childhood obesity. 2:30 pm; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: ...Vince-Cain, NHS Champ Dr James Nobles, Research Fellow, Leeds Beckett University Jamie Oliver, Jamie Oliver Group Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Professor Jack Winkler, Emeritus Professor of Nutrition Policy, London Metropolitan University Dr Laura Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Public Health Nutrition, University of Bristol Martin O'Connell, Associate Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies...

Orders of the Day — Community Charge Capping (27 Mar 1990)

Christopher Chope: ..., Conservatives in opposition are proposing substantial reductions in the community charge when they are elected to office. Let me conclude by referring to the position in the Labour-controlled metropolitan districts, which are spending £93 a head over their standard spending assessments, whereas Conservative-controlled metropolitan districts are spending only £20 over the SSAs. We see...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways (New Rolling Stock). (14 May 1919)

Mr. JONES: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the Metropolitan Railway manager, in a Committee-room, on Monday last, stated that they were not ordering new rolling stock and were not going to until the Government declared its policy as to railways?

Oral Answers to Questions — Broadcasting.: Unemployed Demonstration (Prohibition). ( 6 Jul 1926)

Mr George Lansbury: 44. asked the Home Secretary by whose authority the officials connected with the Metropolitan police prohibited a demonstration of the unemployed which was organised to take place on Sunday, 3rd July; and will he state whether it is now the policy of his Department to forbid all such demonstrations in London?

Oral Answers to Questions — Police.: Clerks (Guarantees). (14 Feb 1929)

Mr Harry Day: 13. asked the Home Secretary whether clerks in the employ of the Metropolitan Police who usually handle large sums of money are covered by any guarantee policy or bond issued by insurance companies?

Business of the House. (13 Nov 1930)

Monday: Opportunity will be afforded of discussing the policy of His Majesty's Government in Palestine. If there is time the Second Reading of the Cunard (Insurance) Agreement Bill and of the Metropolitan Police (Staff Superannuation and Police Fund) Bill will be taken.

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Police Motor Patrols. (19 Jul 1938)

Mr Geoffrey Lloyd: The advantages of motor-cycles under congested traffic conditions are fully appreciated, and such vehicles form a considerable proportion of the vehicles used by the Metropolitan Police experimental mobile patrols. There are, however, other factors to be considered, and any decision on future policy in the matter must await further experience.

Oral Answers to Questions — Electricity (Meter Deposits) (30 Jan 1945)

...of Fuel and Power whether, in view of the conversion now taking place of houses into self-contained flats or flatlets in the South Paddington district, he will consider some alteration of the policy of the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company to prevent the necessity of individual meter deposits to that company.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Police Services (Questions to Ministers) ( 9 Apr 1959)

Mr Frank Allaun: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will introduce legislation to enable him to take full responsibility for police matters outside the Metropolitan area which involve national policy, thus permitting Questions to be put to him in Parliament on these issues.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Police Dogs (Political and Trade Union Meetings) (24 Nov 1960)

Mr David Renton: I am not aware of police dogs having been sent on the occasions to which the hon. Gentleman refers, and, of course, I can only reply for what happens in the Metropolitan Police District, where it is not the Commissioner's policy to send dogs to political or trade union meetings.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Armed Guards (Firearms Certificates) ( 1 Feb 1962)

Sir Eric Fletcher: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what is the present policy of his Department in granting firearms certificates for the purpose of enabling banks and other organisations to provide armed guards when valuable property is being transported in the Metropolitan area.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Green Belts ( 5 Feb 1963)

Mr Sydney Irving: asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs whether he proposes to make any change in the metropolitan green belt policy pursued by his predecessors; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Demonstration, Central London ( 7 Nov 1968)

Mr Quintin Hogg: Having regard to the numbers of the police in relation to the numbers of the demonstrators, will not the Home Secretary reconsider his policy of checking police recruitment and bring the Metropolitan Police up to their proper establishment?

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