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Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Meetings (30 Apr 2012)

Anne Main: ...(b) officials in his Department have had any meetings with (i) Simon Hoare, (ii) CGMS, (iii) Freshwater UK, (iv) Intermodality LLP, (v) BNP Paribas Real Estate, (vi) Helio Europe and (vii) Bircham Dyson Bell LLP since May 2010; and whether he has received any recent representations from each such individual or organisation since May 2010.

Written Answers — Justice: Meetings (30 Apr 2012)

Anne Main: ...(b) officials in his Department have had any meetings with (i) Simon Hoare, (ii) CGMS, (iii) Freshwater UK, (iv) Intermodality LLP, (v) BNP Paribas Real Estate, (vi) Helio Europe and (vii) Bircham Dyson Bell LLP since May 2010; and whether he has received any recent representations from each such individual or organisation since May 2010.

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Ministerial Meetings (26 Apr 2012)

Anne Main: ...(b) officials in his Department have had any meetings with (i) Simon Hoare, (ii) CGMS, (iii) Freshwater UK, (iv) Intermodality LLP, (v) BNP Paribas Real Estate, (vi) Helio Europe and (vii) Bircham Dyson Bell LLP since May 2010; and whether he has received any recent representations from each such individual or organisation since May 2010.

Written Answers — Treasury: Meetings (26 Apr 2012)

Anne Main: ...(b) officials in his Department have had any meetings with (i) Simon Hoare, (ii) CGMS, (iii) Freshwater UK, (iv) Intermodality LLP, (v) BNP Paribas Real Estate, (vi) Helio Europe and (vii) Bircham Dyson Bell LLP since May 2010; and whether he has received any recent representations from each such individual or organisation since May 2010.

Legal Aid (15 Mar 2012)

Karl Turner: ...Government’s proposals cannot be predicted. I therefore ask the Government to reconsider these cuts and not to take a gamble with justice. Many eminent judges—not least Lord Hope, Lord Justice Dyson and Lady Hale—have also voiced their concern, along with academics and professionals, telling the Government time and again that there will be an increase in court administration due to...

[Martin Caton in the Chair] — Intellectual Property (7 Feb 2012)

Mark Prisk: ...told you 20 years ago, Mr Caton, that vacuum cleaners would be at the heart of new technology, you might have been forgiven for thinking that I had lost any sense of normality, and yet Sir James Dyson has demonstrated that a whole market can be changed through IP and innovation. We need to ensure that we do not confuse process with sector. Hon. Members on both sides have referred to the...

Written Answers — Transport: High Speed Two (1 Feb 2012)

Justine Greening: ...services 23,184.00 DbyD: Consultation Institute Consultation 23,760.00 Arup Engineering and technical services 7,155,687.35 Atkins Economic services 2,053,812.96 Bircham Dyson Bell Legal services 117,013.52 Bombardier: Min Headway Eval Engineering and technical services 24,000.00 Booz and Company Environmental and economic services 3,550,744.07 Campbell...

Design Education and Growth — Question for Short Debate (24 Jan 2012)

Baroness Kingsmill: ..., is a perfect example of how a business can be transformed by a great designer. The superbly designed terminal 5, which has so enhanced the air passenger's experience of airports, is another. Dyson, too, demonstrates how innovative engineering design can completely change our perception of mundane domestic appliances and create economic growth and success. Design and technology is a...

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill: Committee (4th Day)(Continued) (18 Jan 2012)

Lord Avebury: ...to challenging the underlying immigration decision which is both the cause of, and justification for, detention". This needs to be spelled out for the record. In the case Lumba and Mighty, Lord Dyson, giving the lead judgment said that, "it is clearly right that, in determining whether a period of detention has become unreasonable in all the circumstances, much more weight should be given...

Health and Social Care Bill: Committee (14th Day) (19 Dec 2011)

Baroness Cumberlege: ...large, cumbersome committees. It very often comes from young people sparking off ideas. These are people who are probably quite difficult to work with. The Steve Jobs, the Bill Gates, the James Dysons of this world, determined to get their ideas from the drawing board into our homes, changing our lives for the better. They are the people who are not afraid of disruptive innovation. The NHS...

UK Manufacturing Industry — Motion to Take Note (8 Dec 2011)

Lord Sugar: ...in this country, but fair also to say that design and intellectual property, mentioned by the noble Lord, Lord Cope, are also important and retained by British companies. A classic example is the Dyson company that the noble Lord referred to, which has been very successful in the vacuum cleaner business. The cleaners were produced in this country until manufacturing was taken abroad to a...

Creative Industries — Debate (3 Nov 2011)

Lord Hollick: ...we desperately need to regain our position in the computer games industry. Our art colleges, which are now universities, have a long track record of nurturing home-grown talent, be they James Dyson, Ridley Scott, Paul Smith or Keith Richards. Today's students, many of whom come from disadvantaged backgrounds, have to take on very significant debts to fund their fees and may be reluctant to...

Localism Bill — Report (1st Day) (Continued) (5 Sep 2011)

Lord Palmer of Childs Hill: ...has no power even to adjourn the hearing for a short period to await a housing benefit payment unless there are exceptional circumstances. The court was troubled by this situation, and Lord Justice Dyson spoke very eloquently about how he sympathised, but was bound by ground 8 not to exercise discretion. All I am asking the Minister is to reconsider whether ground 8 needs to be dealt with...

[Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] — Backbench business — Intellectual Property (Hargreaves Report) (7 Jul 2011)

Lorely Burt: ...idea and a big company comes in and steals it, the big company can infringe the patent, knowing that the maximum it will have to shell out is £500,000—a bargain. Compare that with America, where Dyson won damages of £6 million after the expiry of its patent because other companies were too quick off the mark in marketing bagless vacuum cleaners. Hargreaves seems to think that the UK...

Backbench Business: Student Visas (16 Jun 2011)

Andrew Smith: ...) that he is ignoring these graduates’ contribution through their wealth creation, skills and taxation payments? If the Government will not listen to us, should they not listen to Sir James Dyson, who not only sits on the Prime Minister’s business advisory group but headed an innovation taskforce for him? Sir James said: “It is sheer madness to be effectively chucking out graduates...

Written Answers — Home Department: Entry Clearances: Overseas Students (14 Jun 2011)

Damian Green: ...of Colleges (AoC), the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), the Hansard Society, Professor Edward Acton, Lord Boswell, the all-party parliamentary group of universities, Sir James Dyson, Sir Andrew Likierman and Migration Watch.

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 3) Bill: Clause 27 - Tainted charity donations (19 May 2011)

Justine Greening: ...to counter real abuse of tax reliefs, we cannot leave legislation in place that deters genuine donors from supporting charities. The change is supported. Nicola Evans, of the law firm Bircham Dyson Bell, said that it “removes many of the problems that previously existed around perfectly legitimate arrangements”. The Chartered Institute of Taxation said in written evidence to the House...

Economy: Growth — Debate (31 Mar 2011)

Lord Hollick: ...I spent much of my career, accounts for more than 7 per cent of GDP, and relies on the steady supply of richly talented individuals. That does not happen as a course of nature. The likes of James Dyson, Paul Smith, Ridley Scott, Simon Rattle, Keith Richard and Alexander McQueen all went to art school, where the wild and the wacky creative talents can flourish. Art schools have had...

Amendment of the Law (24 Mar 2011)

Jessica Lee: ..., in my meetings with and speeches to the business community in Erewash, I have always reflected on how important it is that we in this country make things again. I was pleased to hear Sir James Dyson speak a few years ago, and I think my right hon. Friend the Chancellor referred to him in his speech yesterday. To hear somebody of such experience, gravitas and talent speak is really...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Ways and Means — Financial Statement (23 Mar 2011)

George Osborne: ...to become a home of innovation, we want research and development to take place not just in our great universities, but in our smaller businesses too. One of our greatest high-tech innovators, James Dyson, has urged me to increase the support that they get. I have listened to him, and have gone even further than he recommends. From April this year, the small companies research and...


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