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Backbench Business: Debt Advice and Debt Management (1 Dec 2011)

George Hollingbery: ...have raised in the Chamber before. Questions on this matter have been asked before by the hon. Members for Great Grimsby (Austin Mitchell), for Ashfield (Gloria De Piero) and for Blaydon (Mr Anderson) and the right hon. Member for Delyn (Mr Hanson). The hon. Member for Westminster North (Ms Buck) has even introduced a private Member’s Bill on the matter. No doubt Mr Deputy Speaker will...

Protection of Freedoms Bill: Second Reading (8 Nov 2011)

Lord Henley: .... While there are, of course, many reputable clamping companies, the industry is also afflicted with more than its fair share of rogue operators using menace to demand and extract excessive release fees from unsuspecting motorists. This is an area where regulation has failed to tackle the abuses in the industry. We have therefore concluded that, where there is no lawful authority, an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Programme for Government (20 Sep 2011)

Martina Anderson: ...for Employment and Learning, and £107 million for Regional Development, and, on top of that, a decision was taken at the first Executive meeting of the new session to freeze university tuition fees. As Members will know, we have cross-party consensus on how to address corporation tax; whatever about how long it will take and the discussion about that, we know that there is consensus to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Green Economy (12 Sep 2011)

Martina Anderson: ...people. Our young people need to be supported to access high-quality education and achieve better educational outcomes. I hope that the announcement made in the Chamber today with regard to student fees will go some way in contributing to that. Our workforce, currently and in the future, needs to be quick to participate in the twenty-first century world that is built upon a global economy...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Human Rights (12 Sep 2011)

Lord McNally: ...the UK in 18 cases as set out in the following table: Case name Subject A. W. Khan v UK Removal to Pakistan; right to family life Gillan & Quinton v UK Stop and search powers Richard Anderson v UK Length of proceedings Al Saadoon & Mufdhi v UK Detention of suspects in Iraq; jurisdiction of the ECHR A.D. & O.D. v UK Decisions to take children into care M.A.K. and...

Prayers: Clause 1 — Duties of the Secretary of State (9 Sep 2011)

Thomas Docherty: ...a Bill but effectively said, “This is my Bill; I am not going to vote for it.” In December, as the Liberal Democrats raced through the 17 different positions that they tried to adopt on tuition fees, at one point there was a suggestion that the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills would not vote on his own legislation, which would have been completely absurd. Under...

[Mrs Anne Main in the Chair] — Backbench business — Private Finance Initiative (23 Jun 2011)

Therese Coffey: ...they are called. Basically, they will be the new police cells. This particular contract dwarfs all the others: the East Anglia courts; the Wattisham married quarters; the hospital trust’s Garrett Anderson treatment and critical care centre in Ipswich; and indeed the fire and rescue service serviced accommodation PFI project. We are spending £61.3 million on six centres that will be the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: Higher Education: Tuition Fees and Student Finance (15 Mar 2011)

Sydney Anderson: ...he has presented us with five options. I do not wish to pre-empt the outcome of that consultation, but, if it turns out that the majority of consultees are in favour of the option that abolishes fees, would his Department be in a position to adopt that approach? Is option 1 not really an option at all?

British Overseas Territories — Debate (10 Mar 2011)

Lord Howell of Guildford: ...Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Henry Bellingham, with a view to framing a new strategy to guide our relationship in the future and addressing some of the points that the noble Lord, Lord Anderson, rightly raised. Mr Bellingham has discussed aspects with ministerial colleagues and a range of interested organisations and individuals, including the leaders of the overseas...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Welfare of Animals Bill:  Further Consideration Stage (14 Feb 2011)

Trevor Clarke: ...all the amendments that were tabled in my name and in the names of Peter Weir and Michelle McIlveen. Question put, That amendment No 1 be made. The Assembly divided: Ayes 32; Noes 53. AYES Mr S Anderson, Mr Armstrong, Mr Bell,  Mr Bresland, Lord Browne, Mr Buchanan,  Mr Campbell, Mr T Clarke, Rev Dr Robert Coulter, Mr Craig, Mr Easton, Mr Frew, Mr Girvan,  Mr Givan, Mr Hamilton, Mr...

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Public Appointments (7 Feb 2011)

Nick Herbert: ... Reappointed three years (starting February 2011) £98,252 (includes non-pensionable remuneration for his role as Interim CCTV regulator) Independent reviewer of terrorism legislation. David Anderson QC Appointed (starting early 2011) Daily fee. Reimbursed for any expenses incurred in the carrying out of the role and provided with a small fixed allowance for research purposes. ...

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill: Second Reading (1st Day) (15 Nov 2010)

Lord Anderson of Swansea: ...the Liberal Democrats' towering obsession with constitutional reform. It is, for them, an all-pervading priority and they are willing to dump long-held principles for it, whether it be tuition fees, where their leader was going to die in a ditch, or welfare reform and housing benefit. If one were asked to say which policy has been most distinctive for the Liberals over the past decades, it...

Diplomacy — Debate (11 Nov 2010)

Lord Howell of Guildford: put it right. Secondly, the BBC World Service move will enhance its independence-I agree with the noble Lord, Lord Hannay, about that-and it gives the BBC, at the same time, a flat-rate licence fee. The objectives will still be set by the Foreign Secretary and his approval will be required for any language service closures. The BBC has given solid guarantees that it will safeguard the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Employment and Learning: Student Funding (2 Nov 2010)

Martina Anderson: Go raibh míle maith agat. I, too, want to congratulate the Minister in his post, and I look forward to his support for the expansion of Magee University in Derry. If fees increase, will there be an increase in student grants? If that is the case, has that been costed, and does he have the costing?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: University Funding (1 Nov 2010)

Dominic Bradley: .... Pat Ramsey began the debate and emphasised the importance of third-level education in building a knowledge-based economy and a highly skilled workforce. He outlined the negative impact of higher fees and said that they would deter people from attending university, impact especially on middle- and lower-income families and place a huge financial hardship on students as they leave...

Coalfield Communities (Regeneration) (26 Oct 2010)

Lisa Nandy: ...that many colleagues have fought for many years to provide hope for communities such as mine across the country. I pay particular tribute to the work of my hon. Friends the Members for Blaydon (Mr Anderson) and for Midlothian (Mr Hamilton), my right hon. Friend the Member for Wentworth and Dearne (John Healey) and, of course, the former Member for Barnsley, West and Penistone. It is...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: North/South Ministerial Council: Aquaculture and Marine Sectoral Format (28 Sep 2010)

Michelle Gildernew: ...I am making it on behalf of us both. The Council welcomed a progress report on the work of the Loughs Agency, which was presented by its chairperson, Tarlach O Crosain, and chief executive, Derick Anderson. Ministers welcomed the developing partnerships on marine tourism between the Loughs Agency, NITB and Louth County Council. We noted the effectiveness of the agency’s response to...

Written Answers — Justice: Debt Collection (26 Jul 2010)

David Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice (1) what estimate has been made of the number of individuals that will enter into debt management plans where fees have been charged in each month until the end of 2010; (2) which organisations responded to the consultation on debt management schemes that closed on 18 December 2009; and when a Government response to that consultation will be published.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Dogs (Amendment) Bill: Second Stage (7 Jun 2010)

Michelle Gildernew: It is important to point out that the £50 fee was never meant to be a scare tactic. It was one part of a proposal. The scare tactics came about when irresponsible members of the media portrayed it wrongly. I felt really aggrieved that something that was set out as a proposal, among a package of proposals, was misconstrued by the journalist in question. The same news item, which I watched...

No-Fault Liability Scheme (Miners' Knee) (2 Mar 2010)

David Kidney: ..., the previous scheme was negotiated in an era when the legal profession, and more particularly the world of personal injury litigation, was very different from today's. In the world of no win, no fee arrangements, any admissions made are likely to generate further litigation, even where a no-liability agreement for some might at first sight appear reasonable. For example, my hon. Friend...

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