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Health and Care Bill - Committee (8th Day): Amendment 265 (4 Feb 2022)

Lord Alton of Liverpool: ...the United Kingdom does not have to take legislative or other measures to establish jurisdiction over any offence established in accordance with the convention when the offence is committed by a UK national or a habitual resident of the United Kingdom, unless it is within our own territory. Therefore, in short, the reservation means that even if it were to be ratified, it would not...

Scottish Parliament: Caring in Craigmillar (1 Mar 2016)

Kenny MacAskill: I thank members from all sides of the chamber for supporting my motion. That is as it should be, because Caring in Craigmillar is an outstanding organisation that acts without fear or favour, political partiality or prejudice, for the welfare of the elderly not simply in Craigmillar but throughout east Edinburgh. The debate affords me an opportunity not just to praise an outstanding local...

Nature (24 Feb 2015)

John Randall: ...debating how recovery would depend on protecting and restoring our natural landscapes. Looking back in Hansard, I found that hon. Members were urging the Government, especially in view of the new national health crusade, to take action on “the countryside and its amenities, including the reservation of areas of natural interest against disorderly development and spoliation and the...

Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Waste Disposal (18 Sep 2014)

Kris Hopkins: Labour’s legacy The last Labour Government had a policy of actively pushing fortnightly bin collections and hitting hard-working families with new bin charges. Their ‘Household Waste Prevention Policy Side Research Programme’ advocated “collection limitations in terms of rubbish bin size or the interval between collections”, and sought to “nationalise this policy among local...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Domestic Waste: Waste Disposal (14 May 2014)

Brandon Lewis: The information is as follows: Labour’s legacy The last Labour Government had a policy of actively pushing fortnightly bin collections and hitting hard-working families with new bin charges. Their ‘Household Waste Prevention Policy Side Research Programme’ advocated “collection limitations in terms of rubbish bin size or the interval between collections”, and sought to...

Health and Social Care Bill: Committee (6th Day) (16 Nov 2011)

Lord Greaves: ...solution is the right one, but it needs discussion. I am sorry that the noble Baroness, Lady Gould, in not in her place because she made the important point that the meaning of the phrase "public health" has evolved over the years. The core Public Health Act 1936 was about the role of local authorities in relation to public health and what we now call environmental health. In the 1974...

Written Answers — Justice: Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (17 Jun 2011)

Crispin Blunt: Part III of schedule 1 to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 lists those occupations that are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 ('Act'). Subsequent orders have since been made that add to and amend the list of occupations included in this schedule and can be found in the relevant years' Exceptions Order. The following is a consolidated list of...

Localism Bill (Ways and Means): Clause 5 — Powers to make supplemental provision (17 May 2011)

Amendment proposed: 37, page 4, line 22, at end insert— ‘(6A) The power under subsection (1) or (2) may not be exercised to amend, repeal, revoke or disapply— (a) this Part of this Act, (b) Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 section 7 or section 13, (c) Small Holdings and Allotments Act 1908 section 23, (d) Children Act 1989 Part 3 and Schedule 2, (e) Childcare Act 2006, Parts 1...

Localism Bill (Ways and Means): New Clause 12 — Limits on power under section 5(1) (17 May 2011)

Nigel Evans: ...the petition has been submitted in accordance with the rules provided for in subsection (3) and; (b) there is evidence contained in the petition that the elected local government member has— (i) acted in a way which is financially dishonest or disreputable, (ii) intentionally misled the body to which he or she was elected, (iii) broken any promises made by him or her in an election...

Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970: 40th Anniversary — Debate (17 Jun 2010)

Lord Morris of Manchester: .... The longer one survives here, the more colourful and crowded one's gallery of sorely missed friends becomes. Many of the most honoured in my own gallery are those who laboured with me to enact my Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Bill 40 years ago: the honourable John Astor, David Weitzman QC, Sir Neil Marten, Lewis Carter-Jones, Dr Michael Winstanley and, of course, the late and...

Powers of Entry etc. Bill [HL]: Committee (5 Mar 2010)

Lord Selsdon: ..., to withdraw Amendments 1, 2 and 3, but not the amendment to the schedule. That would mean I was dishonest. Amendment 1 withdrawn. Amendments 2 and 3 not moved. Clauses 9 to 12 agreed. Schedule : Acts and secondary legislation containing powers Amendment 4 Moved by Lord Selsdon 4: The Schedule , leave out the Schedule and insert- "SCHEDULE Section 3Acts and secondary legislation...

Disability Rights (5 Jun 2008)

Lord Morris of Manchester: .... My Lords, this is a deeply evocative occasion for me, marking as it does the 30th anniversary of the coming-into-effect in 1978 of all the provisions of my Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act throughout the United Kingdom and the centrality of rights in any debate on the status and well-being of disabled people. When the Act became law in 1970, it applied only to England and Wales....

Flooding (East Leeds) (26 Jul 2007)

George Mudie: .... One example of our worries is the great city of Leeds. The day before the floods hit Yorkshire, the Environment Agency told Leeds that the rain, which eventually landed on Sheffield, would actually hit Leeds. The Environment Agency and the city council estimated that 1,500 homes, 35,000 house units of commercial property, the main rail station and the M1, electricity sub-stations, sewage...

Coroners' Courts (1 Dec 2004)

David Kidney: ...a public inquiry, it cast a spotlight on the dangers of suicide when we lock up children in detention. If our system for registration of deaths and coroners' investigations is inadequate, the impact can be severe. To illustrate, I pose this question: could we not have detected sooner the murderous activities of the general practitioner Harold Shipman? I add immediately that the third...

Anti-social Behaviour Bill (3 Nov 2003)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: ...— (a) whether the height of the high hedge specified in the complaint is adversely affecting the complainant's reasonable enjoyment of the domestic property so specified; and (b) if so, what action (if any) should be taken in relation to that hedge, in pursuance of a remedial notice under section (Remedial notices), with a view to remedying the adverse effect or preventing its...

Local Government Bill (3 Apr 2003)

Lord Shutt of Greetland: ...being in that building, being here and knowing that Sir Charles Barry was the one who designed them both. The noble Lord, Lord Haskel, referred to the inscription above the town hall in Halifax, "Act wisely". They have plenty to act wisely about. As I have reviewed the past 30 years, I have considered the loss of significance of local government. I thought, "When were the halcyon days?...

Written Answers — Home Department: Mortuaries (11 Jun 2002)

Hilary Benn: holding answer 24 May 2002 Under the Public Health Act 1936, local authorities have the power to provide public mortuaries and post-mortem rooms. In practice, I understand that most coroners and local authorities rely on the national health service facilities for mortuary provision. Following a recent survey carried out by the Home Office, we are aware that the following local authorities in...

Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970 (19 Apr 2000)

Lord Morris of Manchester: My Lords, I am most grateful to my friend, the noble Lord, Lord Rix. It is highly appropriate for a distinguished Cross-Bencher to have opened this debate: for those who laboured with me to enact my Bill were not of one party. They were of all parties--and of none--but of one mind. They were determined to create for disabled people an Act they could call their own: to help to reduce their...

New Schedule 1: Flooding (Lewes) (16 Jun 1999)

Norman Baker: I certainly agree that we need a national strategy. Let me deal first with the problems in Cliffe high street, Lewes, which is one of the town's main shopping streets. Regular flooding occurs, with water invading private properties and the church of St. Thomas à Becket, the oldest church in the historic town. The cause is an ancient culvert that has silted up and for which no body will...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (4 Jul 1997)

Nick Gibb: ...Budget that my predecessor. Sir Michael Marshall, made his maiden speech. As I have been told on many occasions on doorsteps across Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, Michael Marshall will be a hard act to follow. A highly conscientious and caring constituency Member of Parliament, Sir Michael was also a keen parliamentarian, eventually serving as the president of the Inter-Parliamentary...


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