Labour MP for Norwich South (8 May 2015 – current)
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Mr Dale Campbell-Savours: ...that I have a case and a right to raise it here in the House. If Parliament wants to shut out the truth, so be it, but the truth will come out. The graveyards were sold on 30 April to Mr. Clive Lewis, of Lewis and Tucker, in Hanover square. His home is at 33 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood. At this point I should say that there is another Clive Lewis, who runs a surveying company called...
Sammy Douglas: ...50 years ago this Friday — the world was stunned to learn of the death of President John F Kennedy, who was assassinated. On the same day that JFK tragically lost his life in Dallas, Texas, Clive Staples Lewis died, one week before his 65th birthday, at the Kilns, Oxford, England. The death of Lewis, a renowned author, theologian and academic, did not make many headlines. Let me...
Greg Clark: ...here. If one compares that with the number of my hon. Friends who are in the Chamber, there is scant evidence of Labour’s enthusiasm for these reforms. The hon. Member for Norwich South (Clive Lewis) tried to imply that Labour is the party of working people, but the difference in interest in this statement between the parties shows the opposite. I hope that the hon. Member for Eltham...
Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. David Winnick, Mr. Jack Ashley, Mr. Robert Edwards, Mr. Frank Allaun, Mr. Frank Field, Mr. Lewis Carter-Jones, Mr. Stanley Newens, Mr. Laurie Pavitt, Mr. George Park, Mr. Stan Thorne, Mr. Clive Soley and Mr. Kevin McNamara.
Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Greville Janner, Mr. Julian Critchley, Mr. Frank Field, Mr. Clement Freud, Mr. David Ginsburg, Sir Anthony Kershaw, Mr. Kenneth Lewis, Mr. Edward Lyons, Sir Brandon Rhys Williams, Mr. Barry Sheerman and Mr. Clive Solely.
Ivan Lewis: These are matters for the chair of Peterborough and Stamford hospitals NHS foundation trust, Dr. Clive Morton OBE. I have written to Dr. Morton informing him of your inquiries. He will reply shortly and a copy of the letter will be placed in the Library.
Clive Betts: ...the hon. Member initiating the debate would speak, then the Minister would respond. The hon. Member would not come back. It would have helped if the hon. Member for Great Yarmouth (Brandon Lewis) had intervened beforehand, but I will allow a brief response.
Clive Lewis: A disgrace!
Clive Lewis: Last week the Scottish Government celebrated the 10th anniversary of legal humanist marriage. Given their popularity —there has been an upsurge in the number of such marriages in that country—and support in both Houses, can the Minister give us an idea of whether the Government would like to implement something similar in this country?
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will ensure that bidders for the next contract for the Greater Anglia rail passenger service take steps so that the living wage is paid through the contract chain.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many stations there are on the Greater Anglia rail franchise; and how many of those stations are unstaffed.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many staff are employed by Greater Anglia rail passenger services as (a) station staff, (b) ticket office staff, (c) guards or train crew, (d) cleaning staff, (e) catering staff, (f) security staff, (g) administrative staff and (h) managerial staff.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many stations on the Greater Anglia rail franchise have ticket offices.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what estimate he has made of the cost to the Government of the new Greater Anglia rail franchise.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps he is taking to ensure that ticket machines on the Greater Anglia rail franchise provide the same value and ticketing options as ticket offices.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what estimate he has made of the cost to the (a) Government and (b) bidders of the tendering process for the new Greater Anglia rail franchise.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what services are outsourced under the Greater Anglia rail franchise; and whether he plans to require such services to be brought in-house when the next such franchise is let.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many times her Department has met (a) Norfolk County Council and (b) the Inspiration Trust to discuss the land on which the Hewlett School sits in Norwich South.
Clive Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how often her Department has made an academy order under section 4 of the Academies Act 2010 in each year since 2010; and in what region each school so affected is based.
John Bercow: Last but not least, I call Clive Lewis.