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Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (5 Jun 2018)

High Speed Rail (West Midlands-Crewe) Bill: High Speed Rail (West Midlands-Crewe) Bill. 9:35 am; Room 5, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: 32 - Dr Paul and Elizabeth Carter, Petitioners 157 and AP1/16 - Andrew Rushton, Petitioner 171 - Andrew Phillips, Petitioner 177 - Timothy and Anthony Ellis, Petitioners

Social Care (25 Oct 2017)

Liz Kendall: ...for delayed discharges, when the Government have cut its funds. The Conservative deputy leader, Byron Rhodes, says: “I can’t think of anything more stupid.” The Conservative leader, Nick Rushton, says: “How long can we put up with the Secretary of State?” That is the reality of the policy. What is the Minister going to do about it?

Department of Energy and Climate Change: EU Renewable Energy Target (19 Nov 2015)

Philip Hollobone: The borough of Kettering is doing more than most in contributing to the national renewables target, with a major wind farm at Burton Wold, another one at Rushton, and lots of applications being received for solar farms. However, one of the big issues is the delay in connecting these new farms with the national grid because of the lack of suitably qualified engineers across the country. What...

Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (20 Mar 2015)

Hilary Benn: ...previous year at the 2013 conference. LocalGov.co.uk reported it thus: “Mr Pickles received a hostile reception at the conference…During questions, the Tory leader of Leicestershire, CC Nick Rushton, asked the secretary of state: ‘Why are you always so rude to us?— I am sure the Secretary of State remembers that well— “It’s about time you spoke up for us in Government.’”...

Global Health (Research and Development) — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (8 Jul 2014)

Frank Dobson: ...with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the university of Queensland, have started on a project on the zoonotics of poultry in Bangladesh. Professors Javier Guitian and Jonathan Rushton have started to do some immensely important work on brucellosis, also in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, in west and central Africa. Together with...

Petitions: Safety of the A682 (Barrowford, Lancashire) (12 Nov 2013)

Andrew Stephenson: ...to go to school. The Petitioners therefore request that the House of Commons urge Lancashire County Council to place a zebra crossing on the A682 near to Barrowford Primary School, perpendicular to Rushton Street and opposite the nearby Spar shop. And the Petitioners remain, etc. [P001288]

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (16 Jul 2013)

Andrew Stephenson: Two-year-old Oliver Rushton in my constituency has cerebral palsy and needs a selective dorsal rhizotomy if he is to be able to walk or stand on his own. Unfortunately, after considerable delay, Oliver’s request for NHS treatment has been turned down. He is now getting the treatment, but only after an incredible fundraising effort from his parents, who have personally raised £40,000 to pay...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (5 Jun 2013)

Education: Foundation years: Sure Start children's centres. 9:30 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: ...for Educational Research (NFER) and Professor Peter Moss, Emeritus Professor, Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education; Susan Gregory, Director, Early Childhood, Ofsted , Heather Rushton, Independent consultant and former Director, Centre for Excellence and Outcomes (C4EO) and Professor Leon Feinstein, Head of Evidence, Early Intervention Foundation

Charitable Registration — [Jim Dobbin in the Chair] (13 Nov 2012)

Fiona Bruce: ...describes himself as a lapsed atheist. He is certainly not a Christian, by his own admission, and he works for one of the several Plymouth Brethren businesses in my constituency. His name is Glyn Rushton, he is happy to go on the record and he works with Delta Balustrades, where he is a production manager. He got his job through the jobcentre in 2005 and he has the utmost respect for the...

Written Answers — Health: Chemicals: Health Hazards (22 Oct 2012)

Anna Soubry: ...Dr N Wallis Pfizer Shareholder None None   Merck Serona SA, Geneve Salary               Professor Julian Peto(1) — — — —           Dr Lesley Rushton Friends Provident Shareholder CONCAWE (Conservation of Clean Air and Water Europe) Research support   Northern Rock Shareholder CEFIC (European Chemistry Council) Research...

Sexual Offences (Amendment): Backbench Business — [Un-allotted Day] — Future of Town Centres and High Streets (17 Jan 2012)

Peter Bone: My hon. Friend is making an excellent speech. Does he welcome what is happening in Wellingborough and Rushton, where the Government’s economic policies are being enforced with great gusto? We have free car parking, and a new Marks and Spencer is opening in Wellingborough. A multi-billion pound project is hopefully about to open in the Rushton area providing jobs and local availability for...

Land Stability (Ironbridge Gorge) (24 May 2011)

David Wright: ...it has completed a number of studies, ground investigations and stabilisation schemes in the gorge. I commend the council for its work, and I particularly want to place on record my thanks to Neal Rushton, who has worked incredibly hard on the site over recent years. Approximately £16 million has already been spent on addressing land stability problems in the gorge. The problem is that...

Backbench Business — [27th Allotted Day]: Rural Broadband and Mobile Coverage (19 May 2011)

Andrew Stephenson: ...“when it rains”. Broadband coverage in the centre of Colne, where I live, is relatively good. However, as soon as one gets away from the town centre, things deteriorate rapidly. Raymond Rushton from Trawden told me that his broadband speed varies from 0.58 megabits on some days to 2.8 megabits on others. Kris Stevens from Laneshaw Bridge has said that speeds of up to 3.7 megabits can...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Ofcom: Consultants (17 Mar 2011)

Ed Vaizey: ...Digital UK Spectrum clearance activities 144,432 Dotecon Ltd Spectrum auction expertise 31,630 Dotted Eyes Ltd Software solutions 3,835 E2 Systems Ltd IS Testing (6,169) Edward Rushton Telecoms strategy advice 58,649 eGourmet Ltd Telecoms consumer research 24,071 Ember Services Ltd Telecoms policy consultancy 12,741 Enders Analysis Ltd Media strategy...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Forensic Science: Forensic Science (7 Feb 2011)

Marlyn Glen: To ask the Scottish Executive what the estimated cost is of the refurbishment of the chemistry laboratory at the Rushton Court forensic science laboratory following the transfer of chemistry posts from Dundee to Glasgow.

Education (21 Dec 2010)

John Hemming: ...caused the destination to change. Because the adoption target was miscalculated, there has been a general belief that adoptions from care were only a low percentage. An article written by Alan Rushton in 2007 about adoption from care states: "Nevertheless, it would be wrong to think that any wholesale moving of children from birth families into adoptive families is taking place. Adoption...

Scottish Parliament: Forensic Science Services (23 Sep 2010)

Joe FitzPatrick: ...making their choice, the facts from the people who are doing the work on the ground. However—and not unusually—that has not happened. The facilities at the new police forensic laboratory at Rushton Court in Dundee could be the key to winning the battle against crime over the next decades. The centre is at the cutting edge of technology; every square inch of the new facility is...

Mobility Scooters (5 Jan 2010)

Jeff Ennis: ...On his point about the number of accidents and the actions that can be taken against individuals who are guilty of dangerous driving, I accept that that can be covered by the 2006 Act. However, Mr. Rushton from Wombwell, whose e-mail I read out, mentioned people using mobility scooters when drunk. One cannot be breathalysed when riding a mobility scooter, but one can still be prosecuted...

Wind Farms (Northamptonshire) (30 Jun 2009)

Philip Hollobone: ...well known local landmark, is 127 m. The Kelmarsh wind farm is for seven structures of almost the same height as the lift tower. There is also a proposal for seven turbines between the villages of Rushton and Pipewell, which would be very close to Kettering. The applications are causing widespread unease and consternation among my constituents, many of whom are not against renewable energy...

Oral Answers to Questions — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Further Education Colleges (30 Apr 2009)

Mike Penning: ...for Hemel Hempstead—is to be regarded as a new project. The LSC has moved the goalposts halfway through the capital project, so will the Minister meet me and the college's principal, Elizabeth Rushton, to explain exactly how it was able to do that? Coming halfway through the programme, the change will have a devastating effect on the town centre redevelopment that the college is part of.


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