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Public Bill Committee: Fisheries Bill: Examination of Witness (4 Dec 2018)

...in 2012 and from legal advice subsequently that that is entirely practical. In fact, the Faroe Islands has just instigated a similar sort of system. Rather than us arguing that one should rob Peter to pay Paul, it is at heart the allocation system that is at fault. It is based on historical rights. As I said, I go back far too many years in this business. In the 1990s, the Government said...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No.3) Bill: Optional remuneration arrangements: arrangements for cars and vans (27 Nov 2018)

Peter Dowd: ...2017, such activity contributed £1.6 billion to GDP, supported 25,400 jobs and raised £400 million in UK tax receipts. The rental and leasing industry is estimated to have replenished 25% of its fleet in 2017, supporting auctioneers and dealerships and contributing £1.7 billion to GDP. That equates to 28,200 jobs and £469 million in tax receipts. There is also a positive environmental...

Fisheries Bill (21 Nov 2018)

Peter Aldous: ...to do so it needs the right national policy framework in place, and that is what this Bill needs to provide. From REAF’s perspective, the Bill must provide the following: first, the East Anglian fleet must be able to catch and land sufficient fish so that those working on the boats can earn a reasonable living and can supply local markets, processing and retailing businesses—the...

EU Exit Negotiations (15 Nov 2018)

Richard Bacon: When we become an independent coastal state again, which I very much look forward to, our fishing waters will of course need protecting. Will the Prime Minister consider commissioning a new fleet of very fast naval vessels to chase down and capture any vessels that come into our waters to fish uninvited, thus protecting fishing and our rights to fishing in Scotland and right down the east...

Hinkley Point — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (14 Nov 2018)

Ian Liddell-Grainger: ...stations amount to 40% of UK power generation. Wind and solar already provide roughly 28% of the nation’s needs; that is, of course, whenever the wind blows and the weather allows it. Our old fleet of nuclear power stations appear to be trailing, as they supply just 19%. That leaves a gap that can be filled only by importing power from France and the Netherlands via cables, which is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Leaving the EU: Fishing Industry (7 Jun 2018)

Peter Aldous: Can the Minister confirm that he has a plan to get the UK fleet through the implementation period, in order to tackle the challenges of ensuring we have enough fish to catch and implementing the discards ban?

Fishing: East Anglia (18 Apr 2018)

Therese Coffey: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Paisley. I congratulate my constituency neighbour, my hon. Friend the Member for Waveney (Peter Aldous), on securing this debate. I know that our fishing industry is of huge importance to him, his constituents and the many other coastal communities around the UK. His has been an important voice in the wider fisheries debate, particularly...

EU Referendum: Electoral Law: National Security and Russia (26 Mar 2018)

Mark Francois: ...of the Dolgorukiy class, armed with the new SS-N-32 ballistic missile. All the Russian submarine-launched ballistic missiles can reach their targets from their home ports, and those in the northern fleet are more than capable of reaching the United Kingdom. In recent years, Russia has also made considerable strides in quietening its submarines, especially the new class of Severodvinsk...

UK Fisheries Policy — [Mr Ian Paisley in the Chair] (27 Feb 2018)

George Eustice: ...Member for North Cornwall also mentioned pulse trawling. I have previously made clear that we have concerns about that and I have asked CEFAS to look at it. My hon. Friend the Member for Waveney (Peter Aldous)—whose constituency is the home of CEFAS, the world’s leading centre for science in fisheries—raised the issue of the small inshore fleet, for which he has been a consistent...

Public Bill Committee: Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Bill: Recommendations: general provisions (30 Jan 2018)

Peter Dowd: ...By the time we get around to designing them, they will be more complicated than they need to be. The Government’s position, as I have indicated, is to take a hammer to crack a nut. They are not fleet of foot enough on this issue. I have tried to lay out where we think the Government should give careful consideration. Though I hear what the Minister says, and his concern about...

Finance (No. 2) Bill (11 Dec 2017)

Kit Malthouse: ...to plan for the long term. Having fewer Finance Bills is an enormous boon and benefit, particularly to the business community. Contrary to what my fellow Scouser, the hon. Member for Bootle (Peter Dowd), maintained, the Finance Bill contains a veritable smorgasbord of large and small measures, which will touch many people’s lives. For example, the staircase tax rectification is very...

Prison Reform and Safety: UK Fishing Industry (7 Dec 2017)

Peter Aldous: ...that not only provides those working in the industry with a reasonable living, but ensures that the fisheries are passed on to the next generation in a better state. At present, the East Anglian fleet is largely made up of under-10 metre boats that have access to a limited amount of fish to catch. This inequity and imbalance must be addressed. With the EU fleet today taking around four...

Scottish Parliament: Sea Fisheries and End-year Negotiations (7 Dec 2017)

Peter Chapman: ...fish in Norwegian waters. We must not swap access to our seas for access to EU markets. The other big prize once we leave the EU will be our ability to set the rules and regulations governing our fleet. We need a regime that is fair, sustainable in the long term, respects the environment and keeps our fishermen fishing. We can design a better way to manage our fish stocks. This is an...

Scottish Parliament: Seat Belts on School Transport (Scotland) Bill (9 Nov 2017)

Peter Chapman: ...who use those buses will not have the same level of protection on their way to school as kids who use other bus types. Given that 18 local authorities have already fitted seat belts on their school fleets and that others are in the process of doing so, the process is taking place regardless of the bill, which I welcome. It is a good bill. The safety of children going to and from school is...

Sexual Harassment in Parliament (30 Oct 2017)

Peter Heaton-Jones: ...or political parties. It is this institution, Parliament, that has to have a robust governance procedure. There are a few specific categories of people that this process must be sufficiently fleet of foot to be able to help. The first is members of staff who work in our constituency offices, who often feel isolated and vulnerable. The second is students who come here on work experience or...

Backbench Business: Defence Capability — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (19 Oct 2017)

[Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] [Relevant documents: First Report of the Defence Committee of Session 2015-16, Flexible response? An SDSR checklist of potential threats and vulnerabilities, HC 493, and the Government response, HC 794; Second Report of the Defence Committee of Session 2015-16, Shifting the goalposts? Defence expenditure and the 2% pledge, HC 494, and the Government response, HC...

Electricity Market (EAC Report) - Motion to Take Note (17 Jul 2017)

Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted: ..., gives me a sense of déjà vu in relation to thin bank capital. It works until something big happens. It is not clear that we are out of the shadow of something big with an ageing nuclear fleet and uncertainty over timely delivery of its replacements. The electricity market is changed from when it was set up. It is easy to point to subsidies, targets and mechanisms used to incentivise...

Ambulance Services (Devon) — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (12 Jul 2017)

Philip Dunne: ...demonstrate it to be provided to Members of Parliament and the public—and I will encourage the trust to provide that information. My hon. Friend and other hon. Members referred to the trust’s fleet. It is being reviewed to enable the right resource to be sent the first time. The trust has invested £3.6 million, which has allowed an additional 61 double-crewed ambulances—an increase...

Scottish Parliament: Seat Belts on School Transport (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (23 May 2017)

Peter Chapman: ...that I have with the bill is the £8.92 million of cumulative costs that we have heard about from several members. Given that 18 local authorities have already fitted seat belts on their school fleets and that others are in the process of doing so, I remain unconvinced that that sum of money is necessary. Indeed, the authorities that have already fitted seat belts report that the...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries (17 May 2017)

Kate Forbes: ...west—and I unequivocally assure the Conservatives that they signed up for, and have presided over, a common fisheries policy that has been damaging to our fishermen and our coastal communities. Peter Chapman said that history is irrelevant, but it is totally relevant when it highlights the hypocrisy and the empty rhetoric of Mr Chapman’s party. It was a Conservative leader who signed...


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