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Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (26 Feb 2018)

National Security Strategy: Oral Evidence Session. 3:30 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 4:15 PM) General Sir Richard Barrons, Former Commander, Joint Forces Command Ms Elisabeth Braw, Senior Consultant, Control Risks Group Dr Andrew Rathmell, Director, Aktis Strategy Ltd (at 5:15 PM) Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman, Emeritus Professor of War Studies Mr James De Waal, Senior Fellow, International Security, Chatham House

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (24 Oct 2016)

National Security Strategy: Conflict, Stability and Security Fund. 3:30 pm; Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 4:15 PM) Dr Stephanie Blair, Director, Opimian Ltd Dr Andrew Rathmell, Director, Aktis Strategy Ltd Mr John Speakman, Advisor, World Bank Mr Ruairi Nolan, Head of Research and Engagement, Peace Direct Ms Rebecca Crozier, Head of Middle East and North Africa Programme, International Alert Mr Myles Bush, Director, Justice, Security and Peacebuilding, Adam Smith International

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Rural Housing (5 Feb 2003)

Tony McNulty: ..., Bolton Abbey, Burton in Lonsdale, Clapham cum Newby, Conistion Cold, Embsay with Eastby, Gargrave, Giggleswick Halton East, Hellifield, Ingleton, Langcliffe, Lawkland, Long Preston, Otterburn, Rathmell, Settle, Stirton with Thorlby, Thornton-in-Lonsdale, Wigglesworth 22 December 1988 Scarborough The parishes of Brompton-by-Sawdon, Cloughton, Folkton, Gristhorpe, Lebberston, Muston,...

Heritage Attractions (7 Mar 2002)

Anne McIntosh: ...they incurred on purchases. The Government appear to have got themselves into a mess over their policies on admission to museums and galleries. In January I was contacted by a constituent, John Rathmell, who runs the Clearstory railway museum from his home. He said that visitors were to be charged for entry to York's national railway museum—during a two-week Thomas the Tank Engine event...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Foot and Mouth: Contiguous Cull in Yorkshire (20 Dec 2001)

Lord Whitty: ...Fryup, Giggleswick, Gisburn, Great Fryupdale, Halton West, Hawnby, Hebden, Hetton, Hutton Mulgrave, Kepwick, Kirby Knowle, Kirby Malham, Lealholm, Linton, Lythe, Malham, Nether Silton, Over Silton, Rathmell, Rimington, Silsden, Sowerby, Sutton under Whitestonecliff, Thornton in Craven, Ugthorpe, West Bradford and Wigglesworth. (b) 26 appeals were upheld by the divisional veterinary...

Orders of the Day — Local Revenue Bill (3 May 1974)

Mr George Drayson: ...own private water supply. It is adding insult to injury for them, having gone to that expense, to find massive sewerage and water rates levied upon them. One villager wrote to me as follows: We in Rathmell are charged sewerage rates but have no sewerage system provided by the local authority. They do not even empty the septic tanks. This is surely a blatant example of getting money under...

Orders of the Day — Hill Farming Bill (3 Jun 1946)

Mr George Drayson: be effective. It would be helpful if the farmers could see graphically on a map exactly how they stand as regards the Bill. I am thinking particularly of certain areas in my constituency—Rathmell Moor, Tosside, and Forest of Bowland—which, while they may not at present be accepted under the existing scheme, require a great deal of work to be done and money spent so that they can...

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