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International Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Students (S&T Committee Report) — Motion to Take Note (19 Mar 2015)

the Earl of Selborne: .... Even if the Government do not accept that figure—which I accept may be special pleading—I think we all recognise just how dire the shortage can be in those specialist skills areas. Sir James Dyson, who has advised the Conservative Party on these matters, recently stated in an article in the Guardian: “But I do worry about Britain’s ability to make, make, make. Make engineering...

Business of the House (5 Mar 2015)

Nigel Evans: Domestic drones were the must-have gift of last Christmas—needless to say I did not get one, although I did get a Dyson cleaner. The usage of drones is governed by the Civil Aviation Authority, and there was a near miss between a drone and an A320 last summer. May we have a debate to ensure that rules on the use of drones are fully known, so that we can guarantee the serenity and safety of...

Civil Proceedings and Family Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2015: Motion to Approve (4 Mar 2015)

Lord Pannick: ...Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, the noble and learned Lord, Lord Thomas, responded to the consultation on behalf of the senior judiciary—that is, himself; the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson; the President of the Queen’s Bench Division; the President of the Family Division; the Chancellor of the High Court; and the deputy head of civil justice. They all know a thing or two...

[Mr Adrian Sanders in the Chair] — Backbench business — Cavity Wall Insulation (3 Feb 2015)

John Denham: ...any action as a good will payment. Mr and Mrs Eades had their work done by a company that only does removal. On the occasions when CIGA will pay for extraction, its chosen extraction companies are Dyson Energy Services and InstaGroup, both of which share directors with it, so even when CIGA is finally forced to act, it seems that companies owned by its directors are the ones paid to do the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Migration Target (5 Jan 2015)

James Gray: ...that the Home Secretary has done with regard to controlling bogus student visa applications. That was a huge problem that she has got rid of. However, how would she answer my constituent Sir James Dyson, who said that if her latest remarks about automatically sending all students home on completion of their studies were taken literally, there would be dire consequences for businesses such...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Topical Questions (5 Jan 2015)

Yvette Cooper: May I join the Home Secretary in paying tribute to PC Neil Doyle, as well as his colleagues and his friends and family, and all police who take so many risks to keep us all safe? James Dyson has called the Home Secretary’s new plan to expel overseas postgraduates “short-sighted”, and has said that it will lead to “long-term economic decline”. The Conservative former Minister for...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (16 Dec 2014)

Welsh Affairs: Cross-border health arrangements between England and Wales. 9:30 am; Room 8, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ..., Chief Executive, Rarer Cancers Foundation and Emma Hughes, Development Officer for Wales, Genetic Alliance UK; Jane Ellison MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department of Health , Ben Dyson, Director of NHS Group, Department of Health and Ian Dodge, National Director for Commissioning Strategy, NHS England

Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill: Second Reading (2 Dec 2014)

Baroness Harding of Winscombe: ..., but they will have a disproportionately positive effect on much smaller businesses. If we aspire to create the conditions to give birth to a British Google, Alibaba, or maybe the next generation Dyson or Rolls-Royce, by definition today they are at best very small businesses—maybe not even yet a business plan. This Bill will make it easier for them to join the FTSE 100 over the next 10...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (1 Dec 2014)

Justice: Impact of changes to civil legal aid under LASPO. 5:00 pm; The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Lord Dyson, Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Munby, Head of Family Division , Lord Justice Sullivan, Senior President of Tribunals and Steve Matthews, Magistrates' Association

Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill: Second Reading (4 Nov 2014)

Lord Pannick: ...rise to the risk and the cost of preventative measures. These factors have to be balanced against each other”. In his Holdsworth Club lecture on 15 March 2013, the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson, posed the question: “Compensation Culture: Fact or Fantasy?”. We have heard a lot today about compensation cultures. Lord Dyson analysed the case law and summed up for fantasy. There is...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Report (3rd Day) (27 Oct 2014)

Lord Beecham: ...the Government themselves, or by public agencies, is challenged through the process of judicial review. As the Equality and Diversity Forum reminds us in its briefing, the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson, has asserted that, “there is no principle more basic to our system of law than the maintenance of the rule of law itself and the constitutional protection afforded by judicial...

Public Bill Committee: Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill: Clause 1 (9 Sep 2014)

Andrew Slaughter: ...of money claims has been falling sharply in recent years. Everybody, from Lord Young on behalf of the Government—he said in his report that that culture is a perception not a reality—to Lord Dyson, as Master of the Rolls, has said clearly that the compensation culture does not exist and that it is just a perception. The Minister may say, “Yes, it is a perception and we wish to...

Public Bill Committee: Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill: Examination of Witnesses (4 Sep 2014)

...cases, and I could come up with half a dozen cases the other way. These are all decided after a hearing before a judge, considering all the facts. If we look at myth and reality, I point to Lord Dyson, Master of the Rolls, in his March 2013 lecture at the Holdsworth club on “Compensation culture: Fact or fantasy?”. I will not read out his speech, you will be relieved to hear, but he...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (3 Sep 2014)

Justice: Joint Enterprise:follow-up. 9:30 am; Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...(JENGbA), Rachel Stevenson, Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Melanie McFadyean, freelance journalist ; Adam Pemberton, Assistant Chief Executive, Victim Support and Saj Tufail; Matthew Dyson, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge and Ben Crewe, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge

Bills Presented — Energy (Buildings and Reduction of Fuel Use) Bill: Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill (21 Jul 2014)

Sadiq Khan: ...and health and safety. That would have been a better way of tackling the fear of litigation, given that the likelihood of a negligence claim is pretty small. In fact, that was the advice of Lord Dyson, the Master of the Rolls. In a speech entitled “Compensation culture: Fact or fantasy?”, he argued that the perception of a compensation culture “is not however as grounded in reality...

Bill Presented — Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill: Retirement of the Clerk of the House (16 Jul 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...democracy. The job description for his successor includes a recommendation from Sir Robert saying that the position is “the best job in the world”. Perhaps that explains why in 1748, Jeremiah Dyson, who was to became the 25th Clerk, bought the role for a whopping £6,000 in old—very old—money. I would like to reassure the House that there will be no “Cash for Clerks” scandal to...

Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: New Clause 52 — Procedure for certain planning challenges (17 Jun 2014)

Yasmin Qureshi: ...”. You might say, “Well, maybe Lord Woolf has an agenda here because he’s a lawyer and perhaps he wants money to be available,” but I am sure that highly respected individuals such as Lord Dyson and Lord Woolf, who understand the issue about the public purse as well legal matters, would not be saying these things if they did not believe that these parts of the Bill are...

Written Answers — Education: Design: Curriculum (16 Jun 2014)

Elizabeth Truss: ...much satisfaction in acquiring technical skills and in seeing their ideas take shape.” During the review of the national curriculum, the Government consulted industry representatives, such as Dyson and the Royal Academy of Engineering, teachers, subject associations and D&T specialists, to ensure the new D&T curriculum is relevant to the modern world. We have strengthened the...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Regional Growth Fund (6 May 2014)

Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...Resources Limited South East & London Elekta Ltd Farnborough International Limited (FIL) KEWS Kent Woodland Employment Scheme South West Becton Dickinson U.K. Limited Cornwall Marine Network Limited Dyson Technology Limited Fine Tubes Limited Gooch and Housego (Torquay) Ltd North Devon+ SPP Pumps Limited West Midlands Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd Bournville College/Trinity Mirror Midands...

Written Answers — Health: NHS England (6 May 2014)

Daniel Poulter: ...Band Job Title at NHS England NHS England Salary Band Miles Ayling Director of Innovation and Science Improvement £85,000 to £89,999 Director of Innovation £115,000 to £119,999 Ben Dyson Director of Commissioning Policy and Primary Care £90,000 to £94,999 Director of Commissioning Policy and Primary Care £120,000 to £124,999 Dominic Hardy Seconded to South...

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