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

James Gray: Will the Chancellor join me in warmly welcoming this morning’s announcement that Dyson is to invest £250 million in expanding its headquarters in Malmesbury in my constituency and intends to employ 3,000 more people, 2,000 of whom will be high-quality engineers, designers and a large number of apprentices? Does he agree that that is hard evidence that that shrewd operator Sir James Dyson...

Written Answers — Health: NHS England (28 Apr 2014)

Daniel Poulter: Miles Ayling, Ben Dyson, Dominic Hardy, John Holden, Richard Murray, Keith Ridge and Giles Wilmore were employed by the Department as directors and secured new roles at NHS England following its establishment in October 2012. These new roles, with a different employer, are not directly comparable to their departmental roles. Richard Murray has subsequently left NHS England.

Written Ministerial Statements — Business, Innovation and Skills: Regional Growth Fund (10 Apr 2014)

Michael Fallon: ...UK Central Resources Ltd South East and London Elekta Ltd Farnborough International Ltd (FIL) KEWS Kent Woodland Employment Scheme South West Becton Dickinson UK Ltd Cornwall Marine Network Ltd Dyson Technology Ltd Fine Tubes Ltd Gooch and Housego (Torquay) Ltd North Devon+ SPP Pumps Ltd West Midlands Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd Bournville College/Trinity Mirror Midands HydraForce Hydraulics...

Intellectual Property Bill [HL] — Commons Amendments (2 Apr 2014)

Lord Stevenson of Balmacara: come back with a series of amendments which would try to moderate where the Government were trying to get to. When I introduced the first of these, I quoted the noted British designer, Sir James Dyson, who had written to many noble Lords on that occasion. He said: “In the law relating to copyright, acts of unintentional infringement are excluded from criminal sanctions. In the...

Parliamentary Privilege — Motion to Take Note (20 Mar 2014)

Lord Norton of Louth: ...the exceptions, not the rule; and the courts generally have shown no desire to encroach on matters that are deemed to fall within Parliament’s sole jurisdiction. As the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson, observed in his recent Bentham Presidential Lecture, talking about judicial review, judges are, “mindful of the … territory into which they should not enter”, and in exercising their...

Written Answers — Health: NHS England (17 Mar 2014)

Jane Ellison: ...Chisholm; Dame Sally Davies; Kevin J. Dean; Professor Sir Malcolm Grant; Professor Michael Parker; Vivienne Parry; and Jon Symonds CBE. The board of PA Consulting consists of: Marcus Agius; Esther Dyson; Andrew Hooke; Alan Middleton; Tom Mullen; Michael Queen; and Richard Wilson. This information is also available at the following websites: NHS England:

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill: Examination of Witnesses (13 Mar 2014)

Angus Walker: My name is Angus Walker. I am a partner at Bircham Dyson Bell, specialising in planning law and, in particular, infrastructure projects.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: New Clause 1 — Future of intellectual property (12 Mar 2014)

Iain Wright: ...advantage and competitiveness in creativity and innovation. We should not easily give away that advantage in innovation and design. As a result of that persuasive argument from industry—from Dyson and others—the Government tabled amendments in Committee to tighten the wording of clause 13 to ensure that unintentional infringement is not captured by the new criminal sanctions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: New Clause 6 — Secretary of State’s response to a section 65 regulator’s report on an NHS foundation trust (11 Mar 2014)

Jim Dowd: ...go through the motions. We owe thanks to Lewisham council, to the Save Lewisham Hospital campaign and, amazingly enough, to the High Court and the Appeal Court, whose three judges—Lords Justices Dyson, Underhill and Sullivan—within 24 hours unanimously overturned the Secretary of State’s case that he had the powers to do this. As I have said, the Secretary of State had already...

Energy Company Obligation — [Nadine Dorries in the Chair] (11 Mar 2014)

Graham Jones: ...about levels of funding for ANY hard-to-treat cavities beyond the end of this month.” For the record, the month in question is March 2014—this month. I was told recently by Michael Morrall of Dyson Insulations, which was managing the ECO project in Hyndburn and installing insulation, that because the borough of Hyndburn is so densely stocked with properties of random stone cavity...

Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill (11 Mar 2014)

...Matrix Chambers; Nicola Mackintosh, Mackintosh Law; Adam Wagner, One Crown Office Row; Michael Fordham QC, Blackstone Chambers Thursday 13 March Until no later than 4.45 p.m. Angus Walker, Bircham Dyson Bell; Taylor Wimpey; Campaign to Protect Rural England (3) proceedings on consideration of the Bill in Committee shall be taken in the following order: Clauses 1 to 5; Schedule 1; Clause 6;...

Immigration Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (5 Mar 2014)

Lord Pannick: ...14. The history, as I have sought to point out, suggests otherwise, but in any event, as the Minister will know, the matter has now been addressed by the judgment of the Master of the Rolls, Lord Dyson, for the Court of Appeal in the case of MF (Nigeria) v the Secretary of State, decided on 8 October 2013 and reported in 2014 on page 544 of volume 1 of the Weekly Law Reports. In that...

New Member: Criminal Justice and Courts Bill (24 Feb 2014)

Sadiq Khan: ...Justice Secretary’s policies are dangerous. Democracy is more than elections: I am not alone in that view, and neither is my hon. Friend the Member for Stretford and Urmston (Kate Green). Lord Dyson, the Master of the Rolls, said 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...

Public Bill Committee: Intellectual Property Bill [Lords]: Clause 13 - Offence of unauthorised copying etc. of design in course of business (30 Jan 2014)

David Willetts: ...—both small and large businesses. With these amendments we are tackling specific concerns raised in intensive discussions with IP experts and industry representatives, such as BAE Systems, Nokia, Dyson and others—the creators of design IP in this country. The Government amendments ensure that the law is as clear as possible and that it fully achieves the Government’s aim of tackling...

MR John Elam (28 Jan 2014)

Gerry Sutcliffe: unravel what the issues really are. As any other constituency MP would do, I wrote to the appropriate Departments and West Yorkshire police, and I contacted Mr Elam’s then solicitors, Keith Dyson and Partners. I also had meetings with the West Yorkshire police commissioner. My interest was stirred even more when differing accounts of the case emerged. According to West Yorkshire...

Public Bill Committee: Intellectual Property Bill [Lords]: Clause 3 - Qualification criteria (28 Jan 2014)

David Willetts: ...Gentleman for agreeing not to press amendment 19. I assure him that we have listened to members of the IP Federation. I had an important meeting with them. When leading British businesses, such as Dyson, made the point that they feared that the clause, as originally drafted, would have not ensured proper reciprocity, of course, we listened. We are pleased that we listened; it was the right...

Public Bill Committee: Intellectual Property Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Meaning of “design” and “original” (28 Jan 2014)

Iain Wright: .... No consensus emerged from the consultation, but it highlighted the fact that the lack of a definition had raised factual questions and had been criticised by the Court of Appeal in the case of Dyson Ltd v. Qualtex (UK) Ltd. Section 213(4) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 states: “A design is not ‘original’ for the purposes of this Part if it is commonplace in the...

International Trade — Motion to Take Note (23 Jan 2014)

Baroness Wheatcroft: ...and its work building exports in India. The people in those embassies really know their markets. I return to the undoubtedly good news. Noble Lords will have seen today’s announcement by James Dyson that he will triple the number of engineers working in Malmesbury on creating his brilliant designs. Products will not be manufactured in this country; that is just not competitive. We have...

Intellectual Property Bill [Lords] (20 Jan 2014)

Jim Dowd: ...powerful and those who are not so. The IP Federation contains some of the largest businesses and corporations in the country, but that does not mean it does not have genuine and serious concerns. Dyson Technology Ltd, which has been mentioned, is a member of the IP Federation. As I say, that does not mean that it does not have genuine concerns and legitimate interests. The problem in this...

Manufacturing in the UK (14 Jan 2014)

Iain McKenzie: ...also witnessed improvement by Jaguar Land Rover in quality and design. That is how important design and recognised quality in design are in improving market share. Furthermore, I dare say that Mr Dyson is not resting on his laurels and will continue to show competitors a clean pair of heels through design improvements. What of the process of manufacturing itself and the innovation there? I...

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