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Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill — Second Reading (29 Oct 2013)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...for low-level anti-social behaviour. The community trigger will empower victims to hold agencies to account for their response. Where a victim is suffering from persistent anti-social behaviour or feels that previous complaints have been ignored, the community trigger will require local agencies to conduct a joint review of the response. That is not to say that agencies do not need to act...

Medical Innovation (No. 2): Clause 36 — Duty to Provide Membership Audit Certificate (11 Sep 2013)

David Anderson: ...civic society are banned from speaking, because the Government want to try to make people forget the mess they have got this country into and the things they have done such as introducing tuition fees and the bedroom tax, and not responding positively to the Robin Hood tax campaign. They want a vacuum in that year so no one can challenge them. The people of this country will not have that,...

Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill — Report (2nd Day) (Continued) (10 Jul 2013)

Lord Singh of Wimbledon: My Lords, I thank the noble and learned Lord, Lord Wallace, for the graciousness of his response. I also thank noble Lords who spoke in favour of this amendment: the noble Lords, Lord Anderson and Lord Waddington, and my noble friends Lord Martin and Lord Listowel. They put the position perfectly, although I was a little concerned to be called a “conservative”. I also thank the noble...

Written Answers — Attorney-General: Treasury Solicitor's Department (3 Jul 2013)

Oliver Heald: The 10 barristers (being either First Treasury Counsel, QCs or members of the Attorney-General's panel of civil counsel) receiving the largest amount in fee payments from the Treasury Solicitor's Department in 2012-13 were as follows:   £ Mr James Eadie QC 668,547 Mr Jonathan Swift QC 295,119 Miss Julie Anderson 255,777 Miss Karen Steyn 208,880 Mr David Blundell...

Scottish Parliament: Higher Education Funding (30 May 2013)

Alex Salmond: the debate. In that light, I am sure that Ms Smith will have noticed this morning’s contribution from Universities Scotland. Universities Scotland has published legal advice from solicitors Anderson Strathern on university fees post-independence, which explains why, under European Union law, it could be permissible to continue to charge students from the rest of the United Kingdom...

Cost of Living (14 May 2013)

Hilary Benn: ...the Members for Feltham and Heston (Seema Malhotra), for Eltham (Clive Efford), for Newcastle upon Tyne Central (Chi Onwurah), for Newcastle upon Tyne North (Catherine McKinnell), for Blaydon (Mr Anderson), for South Down (Ms Ritchie), for Wirral South (Alison McGovern), for Ogmore (Huw Irranca-Davies), for Scunthorpe (Nic Dakin), for North West Durham (Pat Glass), for Inverclyde (Mr...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: BBC (11 Mar 2013)

David Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what reports she has received on allegations that the BBC used money raised from the licence fee to prevent whistleblowing; and if she will make a statement.

Scottish Parliament: Renewable Energy Targets (21 Feb 2013)

Fergus Ewing: ...about the timescales for building new gas capacity. Clear and fast signals are necessary if those investments are to be made and to become available when they are needed. The warnings by Keith Anderson of Scottish Power should be given considerable weight by the UK Government in that respect. That is important because the lower-carbon thermal generation will complement and help to balance...

Scottish Parliament: Music Tuition (28 Nov 2012)

Tavish Scott: ...admired. There are few better nights than the Shetland folk festival, Shetland night at Celtic Connections in Glasgow—indeed, every night is Shetland night at Celtic Connections—or the recent Anderson high school centenary concert at Mareel, which featured pupils past and present in a musical tour de force. The stars that night were Vair. Jonny Polson, Lewie Peterson, Ryan Couper and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Cross-border Education (23 Oct 2012)

Sydney Anderson: ...missed something, they are curiously silent on the flow of students between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.  That is an area in which there are disparities and problems due to the different fee structures in the United Kingdom.  That is a much greater priority. I fully accept that there is a long-standing tradition of students from Northern Ireland attending excellent courses at such...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Access to Justice Review: Departmental Action Plan (2 Jul 2012)

David Ford: I can certainly assure Mr Anderson that that is the case. Youth conferencing demonstrates how such mechanisms do not result in young people getting off lightly, as they are forced to face up to the consequences of their actions through, potentially, direct reparation and direct confrontation with the victims or representatives of the community. Those examples show how ADR can be positive in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Prayer of Annulment S.R. 2012/203 (26 Jun 2012)

Pat Doherty: ...about sabres. John Dallat expressed appreciation for the openness of the Minister. He said that it was ordinary people who were being targeted and pointed out the difference between fines and fees. He also cited the conduct of one red coat and blamed a cruel Executive that was pushing a kind Minister. Stewart Dickson said that it was about revenue-raising as opposed to improving parking...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Public Accounts Committee Reports and Memoranda of Reply (26 Jun 2012)

Sydney Anderson: ...been spent on complex cases, known as very high cost cases, which never actually went to trial or lasted more than 25 days in court. An extra £10·5 million was paid to lawyers who appealed their fees for Crown Court cases. It is significant that defendants in Northern Ireland are represented by two barristers in over half of cases, whereas in England and Wales, it is just 5%. That...

Mesothelioma (Legal Aid Reform) (26 Jun 2012)

Bill Esterson: ...mesothelioma and their families following the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, which includes industrial diseases along with personal injury in measures to end no win, no fee litigation in the courts. The Government say that they want to stop fraudulent claims, but I believe that there is no evidence of fraudulent claims by those suffering from mesothelioma. That...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Inquiry into Historical Institutional Abuse Bill: Second Stage (25 Jun 2012)

Jonathan Bell: ...lives in many ways and, indeed, at times, through suicide, which has been contributed to by the fact that they were abused. It is important that we pay tribute to those people today. Lawyers’ fees and the victim-centred approach was mentioned. Clause 6 of the Bill dictates that the inquiry chair will have due regard to cost in his deliberations and will avoid unnecessary expenditure....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Northern Ireland Assembly (26 Mar 2012)

Michelle O'Neill: ..., Winston Patterson, and vice chairperson, Alan McCulla, to their first NSMC meeting and received a progress report on the work of the Loughs Agency from the chairperson and chief executive, Derick Anderson. Both Minister O’Dowd and I have made visits to the Loughs Agency and have had the opportunity to meet front line staff who have experienced attacks and abuse when carrying out their...

[Mr Dai Havard in the Chair] — Football Governance (9 Feb 2012)

Graham Jones: the football industry as an example of one of the best-run clubs in the premier league. Weekly protests, a plummeting league position, huge losses, dubious transfers, escalating agents’ fees and—more pertinently, and against league rules—the suggested involvement of agents in the running of the club have all undermined its authority and management. I put on record the comments of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Northern Ireland Assembly: Credit Unions (6 Feb 2012)

Gregory Campbell: ...the cost of insuring them. That has been an extremely restricting problem, particularly in rural areas where people so depend on private car ownership. Mr Roy Beggs referred to excessive legal fees, which are a problem in cases in which claims result from road traffic accidents. Mr McCartney talked about differences in adjoining postcode areas, and we are all aware of considerable...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Northern Ireland Assembly: Institutional Child Abuse (23 Jan 2012)

Martina Anderson: ...necessary support to provide evidence to the inquiry, we will offer legal support to assist them. We do not envisage that the cost of the inquiry will bear any resemblance whatsoever to the legal fees paid out in the Ryan inquiry.

Chancellor of the Exchequer: The Economy (6 Dec 2011)

Chi Onwurah: ...excellent contributions. I am only sorry that I do not have the time to mention all my hon. Friends who have spoken so eloquently. I shall only mention my hon. Friends the Members for Blaydon (Mr Anderson), for Bishop Auckland (Helen Goodman), for Birmingham, Hall Green (Mr Godsiff), for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland (Tom Blenkinsop), my right hon. Friend the Member for Oldham...

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