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Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Topical Questions (29 Apr 2014)

George Osborne: The jobs being created by Dyson at Malmesbury are excellent news. Many people will know Dyson’s products, but its facility at Malmesbury, which I have visited, is fantastic. We went to James Dyson to ask how we could replicate some of that success elsewhere in our economy. He came forward with proposals—which became our innovation and catapult centres—to bring applied science to...

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Retaining Enhanced Protection (15 Nov 2017)

Tom Brake: I wonder whether the hon. Gentleman is about to quote Mr Dyson. When leave supporters wanted to quote a business, it was usually Mr Dyson’s or JCB. Now that Mr Dyson welcomes the fact that leaving the EU means he will be able to hire and fire people more easily, I wonder whether they will quote him quite so often.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Manufacturing (9 May 2002)

James Gray: It is only three years since the Chancellor of the Exchequer came to my constituency with a great fanfare of new Labour trumpets to open the expanded Dyson bagless vacuum cleaner factory in Malmesbury, a town of 4,000 people. Mr. Dyson announced recently that he would lay off 1,000 people, not as a result of what is described by the Minister as a synchronised global slowdown, whatever that...

Manufacturing Industry (5 Feb 2002)

James Gray: ...West (Paul Flynn) for not being in the Chamber for the start of his remarks, but I was listening to a press conference about the matter that I want to raise. In my maiden speech in 1997, I praised Dyson, the vacuum cleaner manufacturers in my constituency, as one of the fastest growing and best manufacturing companies in the United Kingdom, for which it won a variety of awards. James Dyson...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Examination of Witnesses (11 Oct 2016)

David Dyson: David Dyson. I am the CEO of Three UK.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Surplus Land (13 Mar 2017)

Mark Lancaster: Indeed. I would point the House to the recent sale of the Hullavington site, which I was delighted was bought by Sir James Dyson. While it may not be going directly to housing, it will become the Dyson global research and development hub, which will bring much-needed economic development to the area.

Written Answers — Home Department: Young Offenders (7 Dec 2006)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ... Ashfield 5 8 19 3 — — Barton Moss Secure Unit — — — — — — Brinsford 1 — — — — — Carlford Unit (Warren Hill) — — — — — — Dyson Hall — — — — — 1 Eastwood Park — — 1 — — — Feltham — — 1 — — — Hassockfield STC — — — — — 1 Hindley — —...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Dyson Report (21 Dec 2010)

David Gauke: The coalition's programme for government made a commitment to consider implementation of the Dyson review. The Government's growth review will be one of the main mechanisms for taking forward the Dyson review's aim of making the UK the leading high-tech exporter in Europe. The Treasury is currently consulting on the support that research and development tax credits provide for innovation, as...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (23 Jan 2019)

Theresa May: Dyson is clear that it will continue to have a long-term future in the UK, and it has trebled its workforce to 4,800 over the past five years. Of course, what matters to companies like Dyson is having a Government who are unapologetically pro-business, which this Government are, and a Government who are ensuring that our balanced economic policy sees increasing employment, exports and foreign...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Vocational Education (3 Dec 2012)

James Gray: I welcome some of the things the Minister said to the hon. Member for Hartlepool (Mr Wright) about engineering, but is he not concerned that Sir James Dyson—Dyson engineering is based in my constituency—said last week that he needs 200 new designers and engineers in Malmesbury alone but cannot find them and that across the nation we are desperately short of them. What will we do to...

Written Answers — Home Department: Parliamentary Boundary Commission for England (19 Oct 1981)

John Anthony DysonGary Denis FlatherStephen Gratwick Q. C.Michael Guy Vicat HarrisonGeorge Stuart Lawson RogersNigel Ronald Buchanan Macleod Q.C.Michael Mann Q. C.Arthur Leonard Mildon Q. C. Mr. Mayhew: At the request of the commission my right hon. Friend recently appointed a further eight assistant commissioners to hold local inquiries into the commission's provisional recommendations: John...

Intellectual Property Bill [Lords] (20 Jan 2014)

James Gray: My constituents at Dyson, which is one of the few very large companies that employ, I think, several thousand designers and engineers in Malmesbury in my constituency, of course welcome the broad thrust of the Bill. None the less, they are concerned about the fact that clause 13, to which my right hon. Friend refers, would criminalise people who might inadvertently copy someone else’s...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Montenegro (21 Nov 2006)

Geoff Hoon: On 17 November the Foreign and Commonwealth Office announced that Mr. John Dyson MVO would become the resident ambassador to Montenegro, replacing Mr. David Gowan CMG, who has been non-resident ambassador to Montenegro since its independence in June 2006. One of Ambassador Dyson's first tasks will be to upgrade the British Office in Podgorica to an embassy. He will also continue to reiterate...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Business: Investment (14 Jul 2010)

David Willetts: ...emergency Budget that we will consult with business in autumn 2010 to review the taxation of intellectual property, the support R and D tax credits provide for innovation and the proposals of the Dyson Review. The coalition agreement makes it clear that we are committed to refocusing the R and D tax credit on hi-tech companies, small firms and start ups as recommended by Sir James Dyson....

Written Answers — House of Lords: Secure Children's Homes: Physical Restraint (8 Jan 2007)

Lord Adonis: ..., restraint refers to occasions when "force is used to overpower a young person". The number of incidents of restraints reported to the YJB in Aldine House, Aycliffe, Barton Moss, Clayfields and Dyson Hall SCHs are listed in the table. 2006 February March April May June July August September October Aldine 1 5 11 1 3 14 13 4 1 Aycliffe 22 23 47 84 32 15 42...

Prayers: Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (30 Jun 1999)

James Gray: That is disgraceful, as my hon. Friend correctly says. It is true that the M4 goes straight through the middle of my constituency. We have some vibrant companies such as Dyson, who makes his vacuum cleaners in Malmesbury right in the centre of the Cotswold AONB. Mr. Dyson is currently applying for planning permission to double the size of his factory from 1,100 employees to 3,000. The land is...

Bills Presented: Industrial Policy and Manufacturing (22 Nov 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ..., because the United Kingdom has historic and current industrial manufacturing flair and capability. I single out just two companies—JCB, a brilliant private family company in Staffordshire, and Dyson, the inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner. [Interruption.] Indeed, Hoover too, as my hon. Friend the Minister says. Formula 1 as well has been a stunning success for advanced United...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Warm Front Scheme (27 Apr 2009)

Joan Ruddock: ...most heating installations will also have installed the most radiators during the same time period. Contractors who have received the most payment for work under the Warm Front scheme: 2008-09 Dyson Insulations Ltd. Eaga Heating Services Ltd. Eaga Home Services Ltd. (Insulation) East Coast Gas Services Ltd. Fenhams Contracts Gavin Ward Ltd. Heating Efficiency Systems Ltd. Home Insulation...

Written Answers — Home Department: Detention Occupancy Rates (24 Jul 2006)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ...Centre 80 Netherton Park 56 Kyloe House 75 Sutton Place 90 Aldine House 75 East Moor CH 100 Redsands CC 88 Briars Hey CH 50 Dales House 100 Barton Moss SU 95 Dyson Hall CH 100 St. Helens/Redbank 65 Redbank CH-VH 100 St. Catherines CH 100 Watling House 42 St. Johns Safe Centre 100 Stoke House 81 125C Market St 100 ...

Public Bill Committee: Local Transport Bill [Lords]: Clause 19 (29 Apr 2008)

Rosie Winterton: I am not quite sure what point the hon. Gentleman is making. I am not quite sure that this person from Dyson Bell, or whatever it is called, was our legal adviser, as my officials are looking rather puzzled. I give way to the hon. Gentleman.

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