All 7 results for hunting speaker:Tom Harris

Business of the House (25 Oct 2012)

Tom Harris: ...—and it is the Foreign Office, not the Scottish Government, that has responsibility for external relations with the European Union. Will the right hon. Gentleman implement a cross-departmental hunt for the advice? It must exist; the First Minister says so and the only alternative is that he is a liar, and that would be unthinkable.

Deputy Speakers: Debate on the Address — [1st Day] (25 May 2010)

Tom Harris: ...Minister for giving way and may I congratulate him on his recent promotion? I and many of my colleagues were looking forward to an opportunity in this Parliament to reaffirm our support for the Hunting Act 2004, and I understand that many of his Back Benchers were also looking forward to an opportunity to express their view on it. Is there any particular reason why repeal of the Act was...

Written Answers — Transport: Roads: Gloucestershire (6 Dec 2007)

Tom Harris: The Highways Agency has assessed the likely impact of the proposed Hunts Grove development and estimates that it will increase traffic flows at M5 Junction 12 by 612 and 547 vehicle movements in the morning and afternoon peak hours respectively. The estimated increase in traffic flows on the B4008 is assessed to be an extra 157 and 129 vehicle movements in the morning and afternoon peak hours...

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Stations: Stroud (13 Nov 2007)

Tom Harris: The Secretary of State has had no discussions with Stroud district council on a proposed new station at Hunts Grove.

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (28 Jun 2005)

Tom Harris: ...We live in a world where the old certainties and securities of years gone by no longer exist. Three years ago in Glasgow, asylum seekers who had identity cards that included biometric details were hunted by the police, because they were suspected of involvement in a serious assault on a bouncer in a Glasgow club. The police could not track them down initially but they were finally...

Orders of the Day — Hunting Bill (15 Sep 2004)

Tom Harris: The hon. Gentleman told the House that he would support any legal protest that his constituents chose to mount in the run-up to the final end of fox hunting. Will he support the people outside the House who tonight are saying that they will break that law after it comes into effect?

Oral Answers to Questions — Advocate-General: Devolution (9 Jul 2002)

Tom Harris: Following the recent legal action by the Scottish Countryside Alliance to prevent the abolition of fox hunting in Scotland, does my hon. and learned Friend believe that it is an appropriate use of her time and of public money to defend in court legislation produced by the Scottish Parliament? Does she agree that the fox hunting lobby in Scotland is using the Scottish legal system to play politics?

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