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Orders of the Day — British Army of the Rhine (5 Jul 1962)

Mr George Wigg: ...on fine, but he must not depart from the truth. There is an intervening process. When the man is asked whether he has any civil convictions and he says that he has not, he is also asked to give references. Then he arrives at the depôt and there is, or should be, or was, a period between his attestation and confirmation. That is where this has gone wrong. Is the right hon. Gentleman...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (4 Dec 2008)

Shona Robison: ...Closing The Gaps - Making a Difference includes a clear recommendation on the use of agreed assessment tools for use by all services including substance misuse and mental health agencies, and references four reliable and validated tools for consideration, on: identification of alcohol misuse; identification of drug misuse; mental health screening, and alcohol-related brain damage....

Public Bill Committee: Enterprise Bill: Clause 123 - Power of OFT to make references (1 May 2002)

Nigel Waterson: .... 258 and 301, and I shall leave the hon. Member for Orkney and Shetland to tell us about the merits of amendment No. 156. Again, our amendments are blatant attempts to restrict the basis on which references will be made. We tabled them out of a general wish to assist business, and to ensure that we do not end up with costly references that result in no further action. Amendment No. 258...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Reserves (Review) (28 Apr 2009)

Peter Viggers: Is the Minister aware that his statement this afternoon was deeply unreassuring? I fear for the future of General Cottam's careful report. The Minister made many references to using reserves to fill gaps in the armed forces; he made no reference at all to formed units, which are absolutely essential if we are to continue to develop leadership and have the structure around which our armed...

Written Answers — Transport: Airport Security (24 Oct 2006)

Gillian Merron: ...Bureau (CRB) check on its own could provide. The Department mandates a regime which involves the confirmation of identity via an acceptable document, such as a valid passport, and verification of references for the past five years, including any gaps. This is supported by a check of unspent criminal records, available from the Criminal Records Bureau's equivalent agency in Scotland....

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Saving for rights etc. under section 2(1) of the ECA (16 Jan 2018)

Caroline Lucas: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that, if the Government had had the political will to do this, they could have ended live animal exports by now? There are already references in the EU treaties to public morals, so they could have done it if they had had the political will to do so. Also, if the Government really want to persuade us that they care as much about animal welfare as they claim to...

Written Ministerial Statements — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Cattle and Eggs Regulations 2006 (15 Jun 2006)

David Miliband: ...Standards) (England and Wales) Regulations 1995. The European Union legislation which they originally implemented was subsequently updated with new regulations. These amendments update the cross-references to refer to this later European legislation. The current consultation on other changes to the two cattle regulations, which ends on 21 June, will be unaffected by this change. The...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Productivity (17 Nov 2014)

Lord Livingston of Parkhead: ...Source: International Comparisons of Productivity, First Estimates for 2013, ONS (Oct 2014) http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/icp/international-comparisons- of-productivity/2013---first-estimates/index.html References BIS (2010) Economic Growth, BIS Economics Paper No. 9 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/32101/10-1213-economic-growth.pdf BIS (2012)...

Written Answers — Department for Exiting the European Union: Gender: Equality (5 Dec 2017)

Robin Walker: ...and equivalent legislation in Northern Ireland will continue to apply in domestic law after exit just as they do now, subject to the correction of any deficient provisions (for example, changing references to “EU law” to “retained EU law”). The EU (Withdrawal) Bill will also convert EU law into UK law as it applies in the UK at the moment of exit. The Government is committed to...

Economic Policies — Question (4 Jul 2012)

Lord Low of Dalston: ...told the noble Lord, Lord Skidelsky, that sustainable recovery was underway. When I asked him on 29 May how he squared that with the fact that we were in double-dip recession, he palmed me off with references to the success of the private sector in generating jobs and exports. No sooner were the words out of his mouth than manufacturing output plummeted. It is up a bit in June, but...

Scottish Parliament: Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (8 Nov 2017)

Pauline McNeill: ...in that group are faring worse under welfare reform and in the context of child poverty. There is provision in that regard in the bill, but for completeness I wanted to ensure that where there are references to employability there would also be references to lone parents. However, I will not move amendment 1, because I think that the issue is adequately covered by amendment 7 and the other...

Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Bill [H.L.] (29 Jan 2001)

Lord Mackay of Clashfern: ...as he hopes after your Lordships' House has had the opportunity to improve it or at least to amend it in the later stages. One other observation has occurred to me while listening to the debate. References have been made to the United Kingdom and to the insertion of commonhold into the law of the United Kingdom. It is true that it is being inserted into the law of a part of the United...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Child Grooming (17 Mar 2015)

Simon Hughes: ...victims in areas where there is a high prevalence of child abuse, such as Rotherham. Secondly, as well as the new offence of sexual communication with a child, we are legislating to remove references to child prostitution and child pornography from the Sexual Offences Act and making sure that the offence of loitering or soliciting for the purpose of prostitution applies only to adults. We...

National Insurance Contributions Bill: Second Reading (2 Feb 2011)

Lord Newton of Braintree: I had not intended to intervene-this is a bit of an overcrowded gap, and I apologise for not having given notice-but I was quite struck by the references to charities. I should declare an interest as I was until recently the chair of Help the Hospices and have a whole variety of other charitable connections of one kind or another that are listed in the register. I understand what has led the...

Health and Social Care Committee and Education Committee (10 May 2018)

Luciana Berger: ...issue. On the hon. Lady’s point about comorbidities, there is a gaping hole in the Government’s Green Paper on the children who are the most vulnerable and need the most support. There are references to children from the most vulnerable backgrounds, but nothing in practice about how that might be addressed. I hope that, in the Government’s response, they will reflect on our...

Coal Situation (16 Oct 1946)

Mr Hugh Gaitskell: ...thrown about today, and I make no apology for reiterating what the position is as we see it in response to requests from the right hon. and gallant Member for Pembroke (Major Lloyd George) and to references made by the hon. and gallant Member for Central Glasgow. When my right hon. Friend presented last July what has come to be known as the "coal budget," he estimated first of all,...

Public Bill Committee: Police Reform and Social Responsibility Bill: Clause 1 (25 Jan 2011)

Nick Herbert: ...public authorities, and since police and crime commissioners are public authorities they are included, whereas in other legislation the bodies to which it applies are listed, and the Bill replaces references to police authorities with references to police and crime commissioners. I assure the hon. Gentleman that it is my intention that his specific references to the Race Relations Act...

Housing for the Elderly (3 Mar 1961)

Dr Alan Glyn: ...are extraordinarily happy and well looked after, and I join with the hon. Gentleman in paying tribute to that home. I was very interested also in what he said about recognising the good things. His references to the Jewish Home of Rest were one example of that. I shall later pay tribute to some of the very excellent services provided by the voluntary organisations. The voluntary services...

Co-operative Development Agency (10 Jan 1990)

Jim Wallace: My predecessor, who is now Lord Grimond, with his particular references to the Mondragon experience, raised this issue on many occasions in the Chamber, and he continues to do so in another place. The 1978 Act was a worthwhile product of that period of government, and that has been recognised by the Minister this evening. Indeed, that also was recognised when the 1984 legislation was passing...

Terrorism Bill (25 Jan 2006)

Lord Elton: ...have an effect, we should see what it is. In Clause 20(3), which starts at line 23 on page 18, there is a definition of what constitutes "the public" to which we are referring. It tells us that, "references to the public are references to the public of any part of the United Kingdom or of a country or territory outside the United Kingdom, or any section of the public". That applies to...


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