Former Labour MP, Stoke-on-Trent Central , 9 Jun 1983 – 12 Apr 2010
Former Conservative Peer , 4 Jul 2005 – 30 Aug 2010
Conservative Peer , 23 Jul 2001 –
Former Liberal Democrat MP, Winchester , 1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010
Former Labour MP, South Derbyshire , 1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010
Labour/Co-operative MP, Preston , 23 Nov 2000 –
Conservative MP, Cities of London and Westminster , 7 Jun 2001 –
Conservative MP, Rayleigh and Wickford , 7 Jun 2001 –
Former Conservative MP, Fareham , 7 Jun 2001 – 30 Mar 2015
Former Labour MP, Edinburgh North and Leith , 7 Jun 2001 – 30 Mar 2015
Conservative MP, Hertford and Stortford , 7 Jun 2001 –
Former Conservative MP, Boston and Skegness , 7 Jun 2001 – 30 Mar 2015
Labour MP, Alyn and Deeside , 7 Jun 2001 –
Former Conservative MP, Braintree , 5 May 2005 – 30 Mar 2015
Former Liberal Democrat MP, Ceredigion , 5 May 2005 – 3 May 2017
Conservative MP, Forest of Dean , 5 May 2005 –
Former Social Democratic and Labour Party MP, Foyle , 5 May 2005 – 3 May 2017
Conservative MP, Milton Keynes North , 5 May 2005 –
Conservative MP, The Wrekin , 5 May 2005 –
Former Liberal Democrat MP, Cheadle , 15 Jul 2005 – 30 Mar 2015
Conservative Peer , 30 Nov 1990 –
Former Bishop Peer , 30 Nov 1993 – 31 May 2002
Labour Peer , 15 May 2000 –
Liberal Democrat Peer , 15 May 2000 –
Crossbench Peer , 30 Nov 1996 –
Former Conservative Peer , 30 Nov 1986 – 14 Jul 2005
Former DUP MLA, Belfast South , 25 Jun 1998 – 30 Jan 2007
Crossbench Peer , 9 Jul 2007 –
Former Green MSP, Lothians , 1 May 2003 – 2 Apr 2007
Green MSP, Mid Scotland and Fife , 1 May 2003 –
Former MP, Lambeth Kennington , 15 Mar 1889 – 8 Jul 1895
Former MP, Dewsbury , 16 Nov 1888 – 13 Jan 1902
Former MP, Queen's County Leix , 4 Jul 1892 – 8 Jan 1906
Former MP, Isle of Thanet , 13 Jul 1895 – 10 Jan 1910
Former MP, Roxburghshire , 4 Jul 1892 – 8 Jul 1895
Former MP, Torrington , 27 Mar 1958 – 18 Sep 1959
Former MP, Warrington South , 15 Oct 1964 – 18 May 1987
Former MP, Dublin St Patrick's , 14 Dec 1918 – 26 Oct 1922
Former MP, Kingston upon Hull West , 5 Jul 1945 – 25 Sep 1964
Former MP, Morecambe and Lunesdale , 3 May 1979 – 8 Apr 1997
Former MP, Kirkcudbrightshire , 31 Jan 1874 – 28 Nov 1910
Former MP, Mansfield , 1 Oct 1900 – 7 Aug 1916
Former MP, Buckingham , 30 May 1929 – 25 Sep 1964
Former MP, Colne Valley , 14 Nov 1935 – 14 Jun 1939
Former MP, Sevenoaks , 3 May 1979 – 8 Apr 1997
Former MP, Isle of Wight , 8 Oct 1959 – 8 Feb 1974
Former MP, Mayo , 16 Dec 1840 – 0 1847
Former MP, Chatham , 7 Jul 1852 – 6 Jul 1865
Former MP, Cornwall Northern , 12 Jan 1906 – 9 Oct 1924
Former MP, Manchester, Gorton , 2 Nov 1967 – 13 May 1983
Former MP, Somerton and Frome , 9 Jun 1983 – 8 Apr 1997
Former MP, Portsmouth , 12 Nov 1801 – 9 Jun 1826
Former MP, Calne , 17 Feb 1806 – 2 Apr 1807
Former MP, City of York , 14 May 1807 – 31 Mar 1820
Former MP, Camelford , 17 Jun 1818 – 17 Apr 1819
Former MP, Camelford , 9 Mar 1820 – 3 Dec 1832
Former MP, Eye , 7 May 1807 – 31 Dec 1820
Former MP, Gatton , 5 Jul 1802 – 4 Aug 1818
Former MP, Gatton , 15 Jun 1816 – 17 Jun 1818
Conservative MP, Fylde , 6 May 2010 –
Conservative MP, Wyre Forest , 6 May 2010 –
Conservative MP, Rugby , 6 May 2010 –
Former UKIP MP, Rochester and Strood , 6 May 2010 – 30 Mar 2015
Conservative MP, Sherwood , 6 May 2010 –
Liberal Democrat Peer , 13 Jan 2011 –
Labour Peer , 8 Mar 2011 –
Labour MSP, Central Scotland , 6 May 2011 –
Scottish National Party MSP, Aberdeen Donside , 6 May 2011 –
Social Democratic and Labour Party MLA, Foyle , 6 May 2011 –
Crossbench Peer , 5 Sep 2011 –
Conservative Peer , 29 Feb 2016 –
Green MSP, Mid Scotland and Fife , 1 May 2003 –
Conservative Peer , 15 Sep 2016 –
Ceramics (Country of Origin Marking) Bill - 2nd reading – Ruth Smeeth.
Government plans to (1) promote freedom of religion or belief, and (2) mark International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day on 27 October – Baroness Anelay of St Johns.
Rural Economy Committee: Rural Economy.
Witnesses: (at 9:45 AM) Councillor Bob Egerton, Cornwall Council Councillor Mark Hawthorne MBE, Local Government Association Councillor Sue Baxter, National Association of Local Councils (at 10:45 AM) Mr John Mortimer, Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership Mr Richard Baker, North East Local Enterprise Partnership Councillor Louise Richardson, Leicestershire Rural Partnership
Bribery Act 2010 Committee: Bribery Act 2010.
Witnesses: ...Mr Mike Betts, Head of Learning and Skills, City of London Police Economic Crime Academy , City of London Police (at 11:35 AM) Ms Hannah von Dadelszen, Head of Fraud, Serious Fraud Office Mr Mark Steward, Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight, Financial Conduct Authority
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs: Status of resolutions of the House of Commons.
Witnesses: Sir David Natzler, Clerk of the House of Commons Mark Hutton, Clerk of the Journals, House of Commons Professor Petra Schleiter, Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Oxford Professor Robert Blackburn QC, Professor of Constitutional Law, Kings College London Dr Andrew Blick, Director, Centre for British Politics and Government, Kings College London
Communications Committee: The internet: to regulate or not to regulate?.
Witnesses: (at 3:30 PM) Mr Matt Reynolds, Staff Writer, Wired UK Mr Mark Bridge, Technology Correspondent, The Times (at 4:30 PM) Ms Caroline Normand, Director of Policy, Which?
Housing, Communities and Local Government: High streets and town centres in 2030.
Witnesses: Edward Cooke, Chief Executive, REVO Mark Williams, Director, Hark Group Roddy Bushell, Estate Director, Fitzwilliam Malton Estate Dominic Williams, Director, Hewdon Consulting Harry Burchill, Planning Policy Officer, Royal Town Planning Institute Craig Rowbottom, Development and Planning Manager North West, Birmingham City Council Dr Julian Dobson, Director, Urban Pollinators
Lord Agnew of Oulton: ...of bursaries. I am aware of an excellent drama and music production organised by the King’s College School in Wimbledon in partnership with Ricards Lodge High School, Coombe high school, St Mark’s Academy and Cricket Green special school. Interestingly, the statistics for those studying music GCSE are broadly the same in the independent sector and the state sector: about 6% in...
Nigel Adams: ...openly and confidently about the menopause, so that embarrassment does not prevent women from accessing treatment and support where necessary. I thank all hon. Members for their brilliant contributions and for this opportunity to mark World Menopause Day.
Steve Brine: ...were still mums, daughters and sisters, even while they were going through their challenges. That is very important. Even children who lose their battle with cancer and after being on this earth for a matter of days leave an indelible mark, because they were only here for a few days. It is important to me that we always remember that, and I always do. The title of today’s debate on...
Kerry McCarthy: ...put and agreed to. Resolved, That this House is concerned about the practice of modern slavery and the exploitation of labour in the supply chains of supermarkets in the UK; notes this week marks world food day and anti-slavery day; recognises the global leadership that the Government has shown in tackling modern slavery in supply chains in the Modern Slavery Act 2015; and calls on the...
Mark Hendrick: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what assessment he has made of the effect of the new school funding formula on primary schools in Lancashire; and how many schools will receive (a) increased funding and (b) reduced funding compared with the 2017-18 financial year.
Mark Pawsey: It is important to improve recycling rates in areas such as on-the-go packaging. Does the Minister agree that in this area it is better to extend the existing packaging recovery note system, which keeps funds within the system for improvement, recycling and restructuring, than to introduce an expensive deposit return scheme in which funds will be lost, including on reverse vending machines...
Jeremy Lefroy: I thank the Minister very much for his reply. Recently I visited PDM Produce, which is in my constituency and that of my hon. Friend the Member for The Wrekin (Mark Pritchard). It produces millions of lettuces a month for the UK market and imports from Europe in the off-season. It is really concerned because while it welcomes the new pilot, that is not nearly enough to ensure that it can...
Caroline Spelman: This, I think, will be the last set of questions before we reach 11 November, which will be the culmination of four years of the Church of England marking the centenary of world war one. On that day, we will be encouraging parishes to ring their bells and commemorate bells and to commemorate every name on the war memorial. The Church has been distributing national resources to every parish...
Mark Field: In 2017 the then Foreign Secretary issued a revised version of the UK Guidelines on Working with Human Rights Defenders to the diplomatic network. In addition, all Human Rights Priority Countries are required to have a Human Rights Strategy, that includes support for human rights defenders working on the range of human rights, including those related to the environment. Depending on the local...
Mark Field: The UK’s support for Human Rights Defenders does not differentiate between the various aspects of rights they work on. The UK Guidelines on Working with Human Rights Defenders, ask all UK diplomatic missions to look for opportunities to work with and support human rights defenders across all aspects of their work, including Modern Slavery.
Mark Field: 36 members of staff from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office accompanied Ministers to the UN General Assembly Ministerial Week in New York. These officials ranged from senior officials, who represented the UK at events, to subject specialists who supported the delivery of UK-led events.
Mark Field: This information is not held centrally and to compile it would incur disproportionate cost.