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[Mr Joe Benton in the Chair] — Backbench Business — The Future of Pubs (9 Dec 2010)

Simon Hart: ...with supermarkets on opening hours, and is doing fantastically well. It has tremendous local support and has focused a little attention on the supermarket competition in the area. The Plough in Wigglesworth, Skipton, confronted the problem of a closed post office by converting its old taproom into one, thus enhancing the role of the pub in that area. Many hon. Members have made important...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Debt Recovery (26 Apr 2004)

Chris Leslie: ...Gent and Associated Gwent Swift Credit Services Ltd. Hampshire and IOW CCS Enforcement Services Ltd. Hertfordshire Drakes Group Ltd. Humberside Jacobs Wigglesworth and Co (Northern) Ltd. Kent Trans National Corporation (TNC) plc Lancashire Birchalls Ltd. Leicestershire — Lincolnshire Drakes Group Ltd. ...

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

Tony McNulty: ...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, Reighton and Snaiton 29 October 1986 North Norfolk The whole...

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

Lord Whitty: ..., 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 manager. These were in the parishes of Bellbusk, Bishopdale, Boltby, Bolton by Bowland, Cracoe, Gisburn, Great Fryupdale, Halton...

Public Bill Committee: Animal Health Bill: Schedule 2 - Scrapie (4 Dec 2001)

Richard Bacon: .... His farm is at Dulverton in Somerset, on the Devon border. Mr. Thomas-Everard was classified as a dangerous contact. On Wednesday 2 May, a senior MAFF state veterinary service vet, Mr. Malcolm Wigglesworth, served a form D notice on him, which prohibits livestock movement and usually implies recurring visits from the Ministry. In doing so, Mr. Wigglesworth advised Mr. Thomas-Everard...

Greater London Authority Bill (Programme): Allerton Bywater (13 Jan 1999)

Colin Burgon: ...discussion and involvement in the question of pit-site development and related topics. I am pleased to note that two former members of the National Union of Mineworkers sit on the forum: Les Wigglesworth and Karl Curry, both of whom played a prominent part in the 1984–85 strike. The people who destroyed the coal industry have moved on, but those two men are still here, determined as...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (30 Apr 1991)

Mr Chris Smith: ...of economic performance. According to the CBI's industrial trends survey, which has been widely quoted by the Government today, the chairman of the CBI's economic situation committee, Mr. David Wigglesworth, makes that point. He says: Investment in plant and machinery is still being cut heavily and this can only reduce the capacity of firms to respond when demand recovers. It was precisely...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Pound Sterling (Exchange Rate) (27 Oct 1988)

Mr Nigel Lawson: or two resolutions of the Labour party conference. Industry is well satisfied with the policies that the Government are pursuing. If I may, Mr. Speaker, I shall read one quote from Mr. David Wigglesworth, the chairman of the CBI's economic situation committee. On Tuesday, introducing the CBI's quarterly industrial trends survey, he said: Industrialists strongly believe that the...

Renewable Energy Sources (Promotion): Systime plc (25 Feb 1986)

Mr Michael Meadowcroft: ...Systime directors, Mr. Geoffrey Sterling, representing 10 Downing street and the Department of Trade and Industry, Mr. Stuart Bloc, representing the NEB and British Technology Group, and Mr. Bill Wigglesworth for the Department of Trade and Industry. The DEC representatives made it plain that they intended to inform the United States Government of those matters. The implication was clear...

Perinatal and Neonatal Mortality (5 Dec 1980)

Nicholas Winterton: ...and handicaps. The figure of 3,000 to 5,000 avoidable deaths is perhaps regarded by the Department and my right hon. Friend as unrealistic. However, he should pay due regard to the opinion of Dr. Wigglesworth, the leading perinatal pathologist in the world. He told the Committee that perinatal and neonatal deaths were caused by four approximately equal influences—macerated stillbirths,...

Post Office (Telephone Equipment) (1 Feb 1977)

...E) Stallard, A. W. Watkinson, John Stewart, Rt Hon M. (Fulham) Weetch, Ken TELLERS FOR THE NOES: Stoddart, David Weitzman, David Mr. John Ovenden and Stott, Roger Wellbeloved, James Mr. Ian Wigglesworth.

New Clause 6: Prescription of Sign, &C., to Be Used on Certain Buildings (10 May 1976)

...the requirements of a county council under this section shall be guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding £50 and to a daily fine not exceeding £10.'.—[Mr. Wigglesworth]

Orders of the Day — STATUTE LAW (REPEALS) BILL [Lords] (15 Oct 1969)

Sir Ian Percival: ...single alteration was made to that part of the Schedule. It had already been considered in detail by a committee of experts acknowledged by the Joint Committee as knowing what they were doing. Mr. Wigglesworth gave evidence to the Joint Committee. It was necessary for him to add only a word here and there on what the Church of England committee had done, and that part of the Schedule went...

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Areas, London (Reorganisation) (7 Dec 1964)

Mr Tom Driberg: ...days clearly did not think that the Section contained a hidden power to deprive a Guild church of its status. This is equally clear if one reads the very long and exhaustive contribution by Mr. Wigglesworth, who was and is the Chancellor of the Diocese of London. He gave a long exposition before the Select Committee of the meaning of all the Sections in the Bill. It is clear that he did...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: West and East Africa (Native Lands Committee). (4 Aug 1924)

...R. T. H. Fletcher, the hon. Member for Basingstoke.Mr. J. S. W. Milne, the hon. Member for Kidderminster.Mr. E. D. Morel, the hon. Member for Dundee.Sir Walter Napier.Mr. C. Strachey.Mr. A. Wigglesworth, andMr. Leonard Woolf. The Committee's terms of reference are are: To consider the systems of native tenure and usage of land existing in the British Colonies not possessing responsible...

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