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Mr Ernle Money

Former MP for Ipswich (18 Jun 1970 – 20 Sep 1974)

Mr Leo Money

Former MP for Northamptonshire Eastern (12 Jan 1906 – 25 Nov 1918)

Mr William Money

Former MP for Mitchell (8 Jul 1816 – 6 Apr 1826)

Results 1–20 of 200000 for money

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (20 Feb 2023)

Ensuring that managing agents and freeholders are more transparent with leaseholders on the makeup of the charges, and ring fence the money raised – Lord Kennedy of Southwark. Oral questions

Written Answers — Department for Education: Students: Cost of Living (27 Jan 2023)

Robert Halfon: the West Midlands area, including but not limited to, Coventry University, the University of Wolverhampton, the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University have allocated money to hardship, scholarship and bursary funds to support students, and have detail available about these funds on their websites. We have continued to increase maximum loans and grants each year with a...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Department for Education: South Tyneside (27 Jan 2023)

Emma Lewell-Buck: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how much money South Tyneside Council has returned to her Department from grants allocated in the last two years as of 19 January 2023.

Midlands Metro Extension (26 Jan 2023)

Richard Holden: ...willing to be flexible, while retaining—this was an important point made by my hon. Friend—the degree of transparency and oversight that must be maintained at all times to ensure that public money is always well spent. I agree that the extension of the metro is vital for the west midlands and my hon. Friend’s constituency. West Bromwich West could not have a more foot-slogging,...

Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Jim Shannon: .... I have that determination, as, I think, has every other Member who has spoken today, but do our children have it? Do our grandchildren? If they do not, are we prepared as a Parliament to put our money where our mouth is and fund educational awareness for this world, and, in particular, this great nation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?

Planning (26 Jan 2023)

Lucy Frazer: ...the best use of existing buildings; and we have uplifted housing need in our most populated cities and urban areas. My hon. Friend the Member for Isle of Wight talked about brownfield land funding money. We have introduced a number of funding initiatives, including the £550 million brownfield housing fund, the £180 million brownfield land release fund 2 and the £4.3 billion housing...

Net Zero - Question for Short Debate (26 Jan 2023)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...decarbonisation fund, in various schemes for private home energy efficiency, such as home upgrade grants, and in transport decarbonisation funding. Central government throws out a random pot of money and says, “Bid for this quickly”, and local government at all levels has to scramble. That is not an efficient model. It has always been a problem, with turnarounds on bidding and spending...

Armed Forces: Resilience - Motion to Take Note (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Robathan: is quite straightforward. It is all very well having more command papers and strategies. I am sure Mr Putin and other potential adversaries are very interested. We need action now; we need more money now, and we need those insurance premiums that have been put in the bin for many years—over the last three or four decades—to be paid and we need money to be paid now. Motion agreed.

Backbench Business: International Day of Education — [Mr Virendra Sharma in the Chair] (26 Jan 2023)

Harriett Baldwin: Will my right hon. Friend commit to writing to the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities to make the point that the money for Ukrainian refugee children in the UK, which I believe comes from the official development assistance budget, is not necessarily following that child if they move to a new school?

Ukraine Update (26 Jan 2023)

Duncan Baker: At Christmas time, I launched a campaign along with local residents to take generators to some of the worst affected areas in Ukraine. It was Christmas, people do not have a lot of money, and I was not quite sure how successful it would be, but today I can say we have raised nearly £18,000 and, thanks to this campaign and all the constituents who have been incredibly supportive, we now have...

Wagner Group: Sanctions Regime - Commons Urgent Question (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Tunnicliffe: ...for sanctioned individuals to use frozen funds to defend themselves, it cannot be right to use such funds to attack the free speech of others. Secondly, it cannot be right that if you have enough money you can, through the courts, suppress the free speech of others. What are the Government doing urgently to address these issues? Finally, in the other place the Minister said that decisions...

Agricultural Transition Plan (26 Jan 2023)

Daniel Zeichner: ...? There are also real questions about the environmental benefit. In the absence of a whole-farm approach, there is real risk, particularly on countryside stewardship, that the Government will pour money out to people to do pretty much what they already do and then intensify alongside that. Will the Minister tell us today what measures of environmental improvement are in place to ensure...

Mental Health Act Reform - Question (26 Jan 2023)

Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall: ..., but one of the things that came through very strongly from all the evidence we took was quite serious anxiety about resourcing for the kinds of reforms that are required. That is about not just money but, to go to the point made by the noble Baroness, Lady Barker, the recruitment of appropriate people to deliver the services that are needed, and the retention and training of those...

Manufacturing Post Brexit - Question (26 Jan 2023)

Lord Woodley: ..., we removed those tariffs on vehicles coming in from Japan. Twelve years ago, the Government’s Automotive Council, which I had the privilege of sitting on, set aside £400 million—a lot of money in those days—to entice battery manufactures into the UK. It was small change compared to the billions of state money being put in by Germany, China and Japan. So, with respect to the...

Business of the House (26 Jan 2023)

Penny Mordaunt: ...budget by nearly £2 billion—that is the equivalent of 7,142 nurses. I am sorry to say that the areas of underspend were in education and skills, the economy, net zero and transport, and also in money given to the covid response. The hon. Lady paints a picture of Scotland and of the people she represents that I do not recognise. I say to her that she is governing a great and dynamic...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband Coverage: Rural Areas (26 Jan 2023)

Angus MacNeil: As has been said, if levelling up is to mean anything, it would mean it in broadband. Often, what is needed is just a green cabinet and small amounts of money for rural areas. What confidence can people have that the Government will act in this Parliament? Other countries with a much worse topography have seen their rural areas get broadband years ago. What confidence can people have that...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Ownership Structure of Football Clubs (26 Jan 2023)

Nicola Richards: Thousands of West Bromwich Albion fans are deeply concerned about the actions of the club’s ownership. The owner took a £5 million loan from the club to fund his other business—money that is yet to be repaid. The club has now taken a high-interest loan of £20 million to fund day-to-day business secured against the club’s name and stadium. Will my right hon. Friend bring forward the...

Electoral Commission Committee: Political Donations and Donors: Electoral Law (26 Jan 2023)

Cat Smith: political finance in the UK. Those include new duties on parties for enhanced due diligence, risk assessment of donations, and changes to the law to ensure that companies have made enough money in the UK to fund any donations.

Church Commissioners: Church’s Assets: Historic Involvement with Slavery (26 Jan 2023)

Andrew Selous: ...outflows over 300 years. Our forensic accountants estimate that investments linked to the slaving activities of the South Sea Company were equivalent to several hundred million pounds in today’s money. That is deeply shameful to acknowledge, and while no amount of money will ever be enough to repair the horrors of the past, the Church Commissioners have decided to invest £100 million...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Whipps Cross Hospital: Repairs and Maintenance (26 Jan 2023)

Will Quince: ...approach to standardisation which will reduce end to end delivery timescales for individual schemes. The national approach will ensure efficient delivery of the new hospitals and provide value for money so that patients and staff have access to world class facilities.

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