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Written Answers — Defence: Veterans: Mental Health (18 Jun 2007)

Derek Twigg: I announced on 11 June that the Ministry of Defence was expanding the medical assessment programme at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, to provide assessments to any veteran suffering from mental health problems as a result of service in operations since 1982. For the longer term, the MOD is working with the four UK Health Departments to pilot a new community-based service that will provide NHS...

Orders of the Day: International Tribunals (Sierra Leone) Bill [Lords] (13 Jun 2007)

Simon Hughes: ...a straightforward implementation of the ICC. I have three other points to make. Sierra Leone is a peace-loving country, and its people are very gentle but, as the hon. Member for Crosby (Mrs. Curtis-Thomas) reminded us, it is still bottom but one in the world's poverty league table. A foreign leader intervened to terrible effect in its affairs, and the Sierra Leonean community, both at...

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: Veterans' Health (12 Jun 2007)

Derek Twigg: ...are related to their active service. As a first step to help these veterans, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has decided to extend the scope of the Medical Assessment Programme (MAP), based at St Thomas's Hospital, London, to any veteran suffering mental health problems who has served in operations since 1982. This will include veterans of the Falklands Conflict. The MAP will not provide...

Written Answers — Defence: Army Board: Members (16 Apr 2007)

Derek Twigg: ...parliamentary scheme—Mike Penning MP 24 November 2006—The right hon. Sir Menzies Campbell MP, QC and Nick Harvey MP Director General Land Equipment: 21 March 2006—Mr. Robert Flello MP, Mrs. Clare Curtis-Thomas MP and Mr. Christopher Fraser MP General Officer Commanding Northern Ireland: 11 May 2006—Mr. Laurence Robertson MP 12 June 2006—Dr. Liam Fox MP...

[Mr. David Marshall in the Chair] — Home Care (Elderly People) (21 Feb 2007)

Stephen O'Brien: ...the past few months and has raised a number of times at business questions. He provides an example to us all in the way that he champions his constituents' interests—in particular, those of Mr. Thomas place, whom we heard about earlier. The hon. Gentleman has been courageous in shining a spotlight on the serious failures in providing health care to the nation that have occurred...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: North/South Co-Operation (29 Jan 2007)

Margaret Ritchie: ...can facilitate progress, which will require the third element to make it work: the restoration of all the political institutions on the island. Question put, That amendment No 1 be made. AYES Paul Berry, Thomas Buchanan, Gregory Campbell, Wilson Clyde, George Dawson, Nigel Dodds, Jeffrey Donaldson, Alex Easton, Arlene Foster, Paul Girvan, William Hay, Lord Morrow, Stephen Moutray, Ian R K...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Review of Public Administration (5 Dec 2006)

Alban Maginness: ..., Fra McCann, Raymond McCartney, Barry McElduff, Philip McGuigan, Conor Murphy, John O’Dowd, Pat O’Rawe, Tom O’Reilly, Sue Ramsey, Caitriona Ruane, Kathy Stanton. Tellers for the Ayes: Barry McElduff and Conor Murphy Noes Billy Armstrong, Alex Attwood, Roy Beggs, Paul Berry, Mary Bradley, P J Bradley, Thomas Burns, Wilson Clyde, Fred Cobain, Michael Copeland, Robert...

Armed Forces Bill (Programme) (No. 2): Armed Forces Bill (7 Nov 2006)

Mike Hall: ...at dawn in the first world war. I am delighted that an amendment has been tabled that brings to fruition the work that he and other parliamentarians have undertaken. My grandfather, Private PW443 Thomas McBride, served with the 18th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment in the first world war. On the night of 24 May 1917, together with Sergeants Till, Matthews and Ward, he went into no man's...

Rail Services (28 Mar 2006)

Derek Twigg: ...issues as I can, but it will not be possible to deal with all of them. I congratulate the hon. Member for Windsor (Adam Afriyie) on securing this important debate. I note that his reading was "Thomas the Tank Engine". He may want to read through the "National Rail Timetable", from which he might get more information. He might also notice that it is a lot thicker than it was 10 years ago....

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: NGOs (27 Feb 2006)

Angela Smith: ...John Hanna Isaac Hanna Ronnie Harkness Tom Hartley Arnold Hatch Sharon Haughey William Hay MLA Michael Henderson Maire Hendron Oliver Hughes Seana Hume Derek Hussey MLA Ross Hussey Robert Irvine Elizabeth Johnston Bert Johnston Sean Kerr Lord Kilclooney MLA Daniel De Burgh Kinahan William King Daniel Lavery ...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Rape Trials (25 May 2005)

Harriet Harman: ...Coleman His Hon Judge Helzet Colgan His Hon Judge Paul Collins His Hon Judge Simon Coltart His Hon Judge Christopher Compston His Hon Judge Roger Connor His Hon Judge Peter Copley His Hon Judge Thomas Corrie His Hon Judge Seddon Cripps His Hon Judge Christopher Critchlow His Hon Judge John Crocker His Hon Judge Philip Curl His Hon Judge Patricia Dangor His Hon Judge Peter de Mille His Hon...

Members Sworn (16 May 2005)

...Leonard George Barker, Bexhill and Battle John Alexander Melvin Hemming, Birmingham, Yardley John Martin McDonnell, Hayes and Harlington David Hywel Francis, Aberavon James McGovern, Dundee West Thomas Anthony Watson, West Bromwich East Philip Hammond, Runnymede and Weybridge Roger Duncan Godsiff, Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath Derek Murray Wyatt, Sittingbourne and Sheppey...

Members Sworn (12 May 2005)

Michael Martin: ...Steel Strang, Edinburgh East Right honourable Alan James Beith, Berwick-upon- Tweed Right honourable Robin Cook, Livingston The Reverend Ian Richard Kyle Paisley, North Antrim Right honourable Thomas Clarke, Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill Right honourable David Maurice Curry, Skipton and Ripon Right honourable John McFall, West Dunbartonshire Right honourable Andrew...

Porton Down (22 Feb 2005)

Mr David Atkinson: ...mine, Douglas Shave, which my hon. Friend the Member for Poole (Mr. Syms), who is in his place, raised in his Adjournment debate on 10 January. In my view, Wiltshire police and the doctors of St. Thomas' hospital have now collated enough evidence of ill health and premature death to support an independent public inquiry without any further delay. It was such a public inquiry that my...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Correspondence (21 Feb 2005)

Derek Twigg: The Department has no record of having received correspondence from the hon. Member regarding Ms Margaret Thomas. The Department's officials requested and received a copy of the correspondence on 8 February, and I expect to be able to reply by 1 March 2005.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Ministerial Engagements/Visits (9 Feb 2005)

Derek Twigg: ...8 Chichester College 10 Copland Building at the Cavendish Campus, Westminster 17 Northern Ireland Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Schools Date Venue January 2005 12 St. Thomas Primary School, Warrington 13 Cherries Learning Centre, Bournemouth February 2005 8 Grey Court School, Richmond 22 Tollgate Primary School, London ...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Homophobia (13 Jan 2005)

Derek Twigg: ...and Skills and the Department of Health and is specifically designed to inform teachers on how to deal with issues surrounding homophobic bullying. The research report, which was produced by the Thomas Coram Unit, will be used to inform future developments in our work with schools. The Key Stage 3 behaviour and attendance strategy includes a training module on preventing...

Written Answers — Health: Public Bodies (10 Jan 2005)

Rosie Winterton: ...Standards Board Prof. Gordon William Duff Chairman Prof. David Latchman Member Prof. J. Patrick Sissons Member Prof. John Hughes Member Sir John Skekel Member Prof. Derek Harold Calam Member Prof. James Feeney Member Mr. Alan Heath Member Mr. Allan James Robertson Member Miss Gillian Noble Member Mr. S. Thomas Member Dr. J. C. Petricianni...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Homophobic Bullying (10 Jan 2005)

Derek Twigg: ...identified, challenged and dealt with effectively. During anti-bullying week, we also published "Homophobia, Sexual Orientation and Schools: a review and implications for action". This review, by the Thomas Coram Research Unit, looks at three areas: behaviour and bullying; teaching and learning about sexual orientation and relationships; and employment issues. It collates, summarises and...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agency Staff (20 Dec 2004)

Alun Michael: ...Mr. Peter Parley Mr. Alan Felstead Mr. Michael Filer Ms Jeanette Irene Firrell Mrs. Simonie Fowler Miss Constance Ethel Fozzard Mr. Michael J. Harrison Mr. Michael A. Harrowven Mr. Andrew Brian Humphries Mr. Keith Johnson Mr. Trevor Jones Mr. Edward Thomas Kirby Mr. P. J. Longhurst Mr. Keith Arundel McDougall Mr. G. Miller Mr. Andrew Milner Mrs. Margaret Newbury Mr. Edward Orgill Mr....


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