Conservative MP for Torridge and West Devon (5 May 2005 – current)
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Geoffrey Cox: ...in the backstop that will cause me to review and change my advice. That is Government policy; that is the subject of the discussions that we are having. I would say that it has come to be called “Cox’s codpiece”. What I am concerned to ensure is that what is inside the codpiece is in full working order.
Presentation and First Reading ( Standing Order No. 57) Mr Geoffrey Cox, supported by Stephen Hammond, Mr Charles Walker, Mrs Sheryll Murray, Stephen Phillips, Oliver Colvile, Mr Nigel Evans, Daniel Kawczynski and Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, presented a Bill to amend the Mental Health Act 1983 to make further provision for powers and responsibilities of independent mental health advocates for...
Mr Henry Smith: ...following the election figures of a gentleman whom I have never had the pleasure of meeting, still less of speaking to, in my life, but who must be a rather rare bird in Fleet Street. He is a Mr. Geoffrey Cox. What I am doing is to show good reason why there should be a Press Council in order to improve the efficiency of the profession. The "News Chronicle" this morning said: Geoffrey Cox...
Mr Ernest Marples: As I have said, I will circulate the information in the OFFICIAL REPORT. The Chairman of the Steering Group will be Sir Harold Roxbee Cox and the members will be Sir Geoffrey Crowther, Mr. A. C. Durie, Professor Hugh Ford, Mr. G. W. Harriman, Sir Patrick Hennessy, Sir William Lyons, and Mr. K. C. Turner.
THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS ATTENDED THE COMMITTEE: Butler, Mrs. Joyce (Chairman) Harper, Mr. Boothroyd, Miss Hiley, Mr. Cormack, Mr. Howe, Sir G. Cox, Mr. Thomas Jones, Mr. Alec Douglas, Mr. Luce, Mr. Ewing, Mr. Milne, Mr. Fenner, Mrs. Stott, Mr. Finsberg, Mr. Geoffrey Williams, Mr. Alan Fox, Mr.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister if he will make a statement on the future funding of the Land Stabilisation Programme administered by English Partnerships; and what assessment he has made of the implications of this funding for the programme's ongoing projects, with particular reference to those in Horrabridge and Tavistock, West Devon.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what payments have been made to date by the South West Regional Development Agency to or on behalf of Peninsula Power Ltd. and its officers, directors or shareholders; what the reasons for the payments were in each case; and if he will make a statement.
Geoffrey Cox: What recent discussions her Department has had with the dairy industry on pricing of dairy products.
Geoffrey Cox: Does that not mean that the very reason why someone might be seeking refuge in this country could be the basis on which he is prosecuted when he arrives here seeking asylum? As my hon. Friend the Member for Beaconsfield (Mr. Grieve) said, the measure is dangerous nonsense.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence for what reasons his Department has withdrawn its objections to the proposal to erect three 81 metre wind turbines at Yelland Farm, West Devon.
Geoffrey Cox: Will the Minister give way?
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations were made to the Chinese delegation during the recent state visit regarding (a) reports of religious persecution in China and (b) the status of Tibet.
Geoffrey Cox: Will the announcement address the question of the use of culling policy as a tool?
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what discussions she has had with interested parties on the proposal for a biomass energy generator at Winkleigh in Devon; and what assistance her Department has given to the project.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what indications have been given to Peninsular Power Ltd. on her Department's likely response to applications from that company for a relaxation of the catchment radius applicable to the proposed biomass energy generator at Winkleigh in Devon under the Energy Crops scheme.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry how many grants have been awarded for projects to construct large scale electricity generators of greater than 20 MWe under the Bio-energy Capital Grants scheme; how much each grant was; to which company each was awarded; and if he will make a statement.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what discussions he has had with interested parties on the proposal for a biomass energy generator at Winkleigh in Devon; and what assistance his Department has given to the project.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what representations he has been made to (a) Torridge district council and (b) Devon county council concerning the grant of planning permission to Peninsular Power Ltd. in respect of a biomass energy generator at Winkleigh in Devon.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade andIndustry what discussions he has had with the South West Regional Development Agency about the payment of public funds to cover Peninsular Power Ltd.'s costs associated with the project to construct a biomass energy generator, which are not eligible under the Bio-energy Capital Grants scheme.
Geoffrey Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many dentists have (a) joined and (b) withdrawn from NHS practice in each of the last five years.