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Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (13 Feb 2019)

Women and Equalities: The use of non-disclosure agreements in discrimination cases. 9:50 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: ..., Civil Service Sarah Jones, Group General Counsel, BBC Anna Purchas, Head of People, KPMG Larissa Reed, Executive Director Neighbourhoods, Communities and Housing, Brighton and Hove Council John Rumney, Solicitor, South Tyneside Council

International Court of Justice: Seasonal Migrant Workers (1 Mar 2018)

Kate Green: ...of CV Library, told the drinks business last year that hospitality and agriculture bosses might struggle to find staff as Brexit negotiations got under way. Similar concerns were expressed by Tim Rumney, of the Lake District Hotels Association, in February 2017. As the hon. Member for Chichester (Gillian Keegan) pointed out, it is important to note that not just short-term labour market...

Cardiff Central Station (8 Nov 2016)

Stephen Doughty: ...said about growth, but it is not only growth in the city centre that is crucial to the project. I have long argued for the reopening of stations throughout the east of the city in places such as Rumney, Splott and St Mellons. Expanding capacity in Cardiff Central is crucial to that. Will the Minister look at that with Network Rail as part of a wider strategy for enhancing transport in that...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Electoral Register: South Wales (1 Apr 2014)

Gary Streeter: ...0 3.1 58.9 Grangetown 65.8 4.7 29.5 Heath 81.7 1.4 16.9 Lisvane 87.2 1.2 11.6 Llandaff 78.8 1.9 19.2 Llandaff North 82.4 1.7 15.9 Llanishen 81.7 1.4 16.9 Llanrumney 85.1 1.7 13.3 Pentwyn 82.6 1.5 15.9 Pentyrch 86.1 1.8 12.1 Penylan 71.3 3.5 25.2 Plasnewydd 42.5 8.3 49.2 Pontprennau/old St Mellons 78.6 1.4 20.0 ...

Public Bill Committee: Consumer Rights Bill: Clause 49 - Service to be performed with reasonable care and skill (4 Mar 2014)

Stephen Doughty: ...and negative boxes, attempting, essentially, to trick people. That clearly results in a lot of detriment for many of our constituents. I recall recent conversations at the Earlswood club in Rumney in my constituency. It was the topic of the night among the attendees while they were enjoying a drink. They were all receiving unwanted texts, e-mails and phone calls and it was a real cause of...

Opposition Day — [11th Allotted Day]: Income Tax (28 Nov 2012)

Stephen Doughty: worker, making a difference at the grass roots for many young people experiencing complex and turbulent lives. My father Barry remembers with affection his time working with Alun in Llanrumney and St Mellons as part of the Army youth team in the late 1970s, and later in Ely. Both of them truly understood the importance of investing in, and engaging, with some of the...

Defendant Anonymity (8 Jul 2010)

Caroline Flint: be believed, even when Home Office research shows that false allegation rates are no higher for rape than for any other crime. The proposal touches on what is meant by false allegation. Philip Rumney, of Sheffield Hallam university, provides the best definition I have come across. He says that "a false allegation can be defined as the description of an event that the complainant knows...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police Custody: Death (20 Apr 2009)

Vernon Coaker: Swansea Central police station and Barry police station. In 2006-07 there was one death in or following police custody, involving police custody suites in, Swansea Central police station and Rumney police station. There was one death on arrest but prior to arrival in a custody suite. In 2007-08 there was one death in or following police custody, involving the police custody suite in...

Written Answers — Home Department: Custody (4 Sep 2006)

Tony McNulty: ... Rhondda Pentre Cardiff Central Cardiff Central Cardiff Central Roath Cardiff West Canton Cardiff West Fairwater Cardiff North Llanishen Cardiff South and Penarth Rumney Vale of Glamorgan Barry Bridgend Bridgend Bridgend Porthcawl Neath Neath Aberavon Port Talbot Swansea West Swansea Swansea West Cockett (1) Not used—no exercise...

Oral Answers to Questions — Solicitor-General: Crown Prosecution Service (4 Dec 2003)

Julie Morgan: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that CPS staff are based in Cardiff's Rumney police station? Does she agree that that means that there is a much better chance that charging standards are got right, especially in cases of assault?

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Crown Prosecution Service (24 Jun 2002)

Harriet Harman: ... Weston Favell October 2001 Northumbria — North Wales Caenarfon April 2001 Colwyn Bay January 2002 North Yorkshire — Nottinghamshire — South Wales Rumney January 2002 South Yorkshire Barnsley May 2000 Doncaster November 2001 Staffordshire — Suffolk — Surrey — Sussex — Thames Valley — Warwickshire...

Orders of the Day — Cardiff Bay Barrage Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Paul Murphy: ...south Wales valleys—worse, certainly, than it is in my constituency. Butetown has a 22 per cent. unemployment rate. In Adamstown, 700 are out of work; in Grangetown, 650; in Splott, 600; and, in Rumney, over 1,200. In the whole of Cardiff, at least 15,000 are jobless and—that does not take into account the 30 fiddles that the Government have introduced into the unemployment figures...

Wales (3 Mar 1986)

Mr Ian Grist: ...six years a marvellous job has been done in that respect. When I walk round my constituency I can see how many new roofs and windows have been installed, and the effect of the enveloping scheme in Rumney street. Much more remains to be done, and what better way to provide work and socially necessary investment than through housing? Just as the Government have done so much to further home...

Clause 1. — (Increase of Duties on Spirits, Beer, Wine, British Wine, and Tobacco.) (17 May 1965)

Mr Ian Gilmour: ...I admire his courage, if not his sensitivity. As we have already heard from my right hon. Friend the Member for Bexley (Mr. Heath), the recent electoral swing in Cardiff was 15 per cent. and in the Rumney Ward it was 23 per cent. That is very nearly a cricket score. Indeed, Mr. Ted Dexter's batting average this year is only 26 and I dare say that he now wishes he had stuck to politics. In...

Welsh Affairs (25 Jun 1964)

Mr George Thomas: ...have taken away the powers of the 1947 Act. The most recent large purchase of land for housing in the city was made in December, 1962, to February, 1963, and concerned 71 acres at Trowbridge Road, Rumney, in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for Cardiff, South-East (Mr. Callaghan). I am told that This land varied considerably as far as situation, levels and drainage were...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Cardiff (1 Mar 1962)

Mr James Callaghan: ...if he can yet state his decision on the proposal for rebuilding St. Illtyds College, Cardiff, and for increasing the capacity of the county secondary schools and primary infants schools at Llanrumney and Rumney, Cardiff.

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Rumney and Llanrumney Estates (Facilities) (23 Mar 1955)

Rumney and Llanrumney Estates (Facilities)

Orders of the Day — Slaughterhouses (26 Jan 1954)

Mr James Callaghan: ...Cardiff City Corporation has considered a new site, and it now proposes to recommend one. I was astonished to learn it is to be beside one of the newest housing estates on the edge of the city, in Rumney. It also happens to be near some railway siding, but it puts up the proposal to the Parliamentary Secretary and he decides it, I hope he will quash it straight away. I know that the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Haig Homes, Cardiff (23 Mar 1950)

Mr Aneurin Bevan: I understand that delay was caused by the decision of the trustees of Haig homes to reduce the number of houses at Rumney from 32 to 16 which necessitated reconsideration of the site, but that they have now been authorised by the local authority to proceed.

Education, Cardiff (30 Jul 1949)

Mr David Hardman: occupying forces during the war. But in addition—and this, I think, was the point of my hon. Friend's question—plans for new permanent primary schools for the Ely, Gabalfa, Heath and Rumney housing estates are in an advanced stage of preparation. However, that does not carry us very far; but I can add that work on these four schools is scheduled to start at the end of this year; and...

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