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Written Answers — Justice: Judiciary (12 Mar 2013)

Helen Grant: ... Advisory Committee for Conscientious Objectors HHJ Timothy King—Chair   HHJ Timothy Lawrence—Deputy Chair     Advisory Council of the National Records and Archives Lord Dyson—Chairman (previously Lord Neuberger)     Boundary Commission for England Mr Justice Sales—Deputy Chair     Boundary Commission for Wales Mr Justice Wyn-Williams—Deputy...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Graphene Research (7 Feb 2013)

David Willetts: ...and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) have invested £10 million on linked manufacturing processes and technologies. Universities will be working with industrial partners including Dyson and BAE who are expected to provide an additional £12 million. We expect UK universities and businesses to benefit from the new €1 billion investment in graphene by the EU.

Defamation Bill: Report (5 Feb 2013)

Baroness Bakewell: ...of public interest require objective judgments reasonably arrived at. Journalists must be held to such judgments. The issue of subjective motives is simply not relevant to the case. As Lord Justice Dyson found in the case of Flood: "The mere fact that an article is published because the journalist or publisher wants to hurt the subject of the article is not material to whether the...

Public Bill Committee: Justice and Security Bill [Lords]: Clause 7 - Determination by court of applications in section 6 proceedings (5 Feb 2013)

Andrew Slaughter: ...are fair in article 6 terms. That is not the case; previously, I spoke at length regarding the flaws inherent in the special advocate system and I point the Committee again to paragraph 36 of Lord Dyson’s judgment in al-Rawi. Indeed, when we come to clause 8, we will look at why the current procedures, in relation to special advocates, are inadequate. Secondly, the Wiley test narrows the...

Public Bill Committee: Justice and Security Bill [Lords]: Clause 6 - Proceedings in which court permits closed material applications (5 Feb 2013)

James Brokenshire: .... During the Committee’s previous sitting, the hon. Member for Hammersmith quoted from the Supreme Court judgment in the case of al-Rawi. He cited a number of passages, in particular from Lord Dyson, to support his argument, which seemed to be about the unfairness or undesirability of CMPs. There were moments when I almost thought that the official Opposition were taking a different...

Public Bill Committee: Justice and Security Bill [Lords]: Clause 6 - Proceedings in which court permits closed material applications (31 Jan 2013)

Andrew Slaughter: ...matters—and there is no disagreement between the parties here that those matters must be protected. What we are talking about here is the manner in which they are protected,  and when Lord Dyson talks about a compelling case, he means a compelling case for using CMPs rather than some alternative method. If it is shown that CMPs are a necessary option of last resort, and all other...

Scottish Parliament: Freedom of Information (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill (16 Jan 2013)

Paul Martin: know, which is set out in the 2002 act. To return to amendment 12, which is my amendment, I reiterate the point that maintaining and updating a register is hardly the Scottish Parliament’s Dyson moment. Every day, people in public bodies and private companies maintain registers. Such a proposal is hardly ground breaking.

Justice and Security Bill [Lords] (18 Dec 2012)

Mark Durkan: ...such things. Lord Justice Kerr has been widely quoted today on the subject of closed material proceedings, but he was not the only one to make significant statements in the Al-Rawi judgment. Lord Dyson, giving the lead judgment, said that the introduction of closed proceedings in ordinary civil claims would involve “an inroad into a fundamental common law right.” He went on to say:...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations (12 Dec 2012)

Claire Baker: ...innovative ways of working that will support a sustainable industry, which is why I was pleased to recognise the work of Dan Watson, a recent graduate of Glasgow School of Art who won the UK James Dyson award this year. He went on to win the international award—beating finalists from 17 countries—with his SafetyNet system, in which escape rings are fitted to the cod end of existing...

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...

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...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (20 Nov 2012)

Science and Technology: Regenerative medicine. 10:30 am; Room 4, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...Executive Officer, ReNeuron; and (at 11.40am) Navid Malik, Head of Life Sciences Research, Cenkos Security; Nigel Pitchford, Managing Director of Healthcare, Imperial Innovations; and Dr Steven Dyson, Partner and Co-Head, Healthcare Team, Apax Partners.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (30 Oct 2012)

Public Administration: Regulation of the Charitable Sector and the Charities Act 2006. 9:15 am; Room 16, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...Kirkpatrick, Partner, Bates, Wells and Braithwaite; Garth Christie, Plymouth Brethren Christian Church, Bruce Hazell, Plymouth Brethren Christian Church and Nicola Evans, Senior Associate, Bircham Dyson Bell

Education: Conservatoires — Question for Short Debate (10 Oct 2012)

Viscount Younger of Leckie: everything we can to recognise it. I know that many of our conservatoires have been highly successful in attracting donations and endowments. Just last month the Royal College of Art opened the Dyson building, which was built with a £5 million donation from the James Dyson Foundation. Of course, elsewhere the arts are well supported. Taking account of lottery as well as government...

Defamation Bill — Second Reading (9 Oct 2012)

Lord Lester of Herne Hill: ...intend to enhance access to justice and to create a level playing field between the strong and the weak. It is also important for the Civil Justice Council, chaired by the Master of the Rolls Lord Dyson, to begin its work urgently on the new procedures during the passage of the Bill. I very much hope that it might be possible to do that before the Bill leaves this House-at least in some...

Written Answers — Justice: European Court of Human Rights (19 Jun 2012)

Kenneth Clarke: The members of the selection panel for the next UK judge to the European Court of Human Rights were: Chair: The Right Hon The Lord Dyson, Justice of the Supreme Court The Right Hon Lord Reed, Senator of the College of Justice Professor Nichola Rooney, Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission Iain Macleod, Legal Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Rosemary...

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: Business Confidence (24 May 2012)

James Gray: ...are reporting extremely good conditions? Honda has just announced a new line, the excellent automatic hand dryer I used a short time ago in a House of Commons lavatory was made by none other than Dyson of Malmesbury, and a number of enterprise awards have been given to firms in the constituency. The picture is actually not bad at all. Will the Minister congratulate those companies?

Debate on the Address: Business and the Economy (14 May 2012)

Esther McVey: ...noting that the random cross-section of people I interviewed wanted to draw a clear distinction between those they saw as true entrepreneurs—the likes of Richard Branson, Steve Jobs and James Dyson, who had prospered because they took risks, created products and employed people—and executives of the banking system. The people I interviewed did not even have too much of a problem with...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Ministerial Meetings (1 May 2012)

Anne Main: ...(b) officials in her 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 she has received any recent representations from each such individual or organisation since May 2010.

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Meetings (1 May 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.

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