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Ms Annabelle Ewing

Former Scottish National Party MP, Perth , 7 Jun 2001 – 11 Apr 2005

Lord King of Wartnaby

Former Other Peer , 30 Nov 1982 – 12 Jul 2005

Baroness Goldie

Conservative Peer , 11 Nov 2013 –

Mr Edwyn Burnaby

Former MP, Leicestershire Northern , 31 Mar 1880 – 31 May 1883

Sir Gerald Nabarro

Former MP, Worcestershire South , 23 Feb 1950 – 18 Nov 1973

Mr Charles Dillwyn-Venables-Llewelyn

Former MP, Radnorshire , 15 Jan 1910 – 28 Nov 1910

Hon. George Venables-Vernon

Former MP, Derbyshire Southern , 7 May 1831 – 29 Dec 1834

Mr William Venables

Former MP, City of London , 29 Apr 1831 – 12 Dec 1832

Annabelle Ewing

Scottish National Party MSP, Cowdenbeath , 6 May 2011 –

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath

Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1996 –

Lord Rooker

Labour Peer , 21 Jun 2001 –

Lord Bach

Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1997 –

Mr Simon Thomas

Former Plaid Cymru MP, Ceredigion , 3 Feb 2000 – 11 Apr 2005

Lord Whitty

Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1995 –

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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Cancer: Drugs (7 Mar 2018)

Steve Brine: ...Clofarabine 82 Crizotinib 127 Daratumumab 35 Dasatinib 107 Eribulin 347 Everolimus 370 Ibrutinib 1,067 Ipilimumab/Nivolumab 97 Ixazomib 119 Lenvatinib Fewer than 10 Nab-paclitaxel 134 Nelarabine 45 Nivolumab 541 Obinutuzumab 33 Olaratumumab 199 Osimertinib 255 Palbociclib 413 Panitumumab 392 Pemetrexed 37 Pembrolizumab 1,604 ...

Criminal Finances Bill: Unlawful conduct: gross human rights abuses or violations (21 Feb 2017)

Eric Pickles: ...certain knowledge that such complaints would not be seen through by the courts and there would be virtually no cost to the people making the complaint. New clause 7 provides the opportunity to nab the guilty, and it says to people that bloodstained dictators have no place putting their money in this country.

Commercial Financial Dispute Resolution Platform (15 Dec 2016)

Roger Mullin:, stolen his assets and put him completely out of business—a family business—creating problems not just for him but for his entire family. Another businessman said to me of the Clydesdale bank-NAB-Cerberus lot: “They have destroyed a business, and the mafia couldn’t have bettered the way in which they did it.” A business close to the boundary of my...

Bank of England and Financial Services Bill [HL]: Report (15 Dec 2015)

Lord Turnbull: ...only one person was subject to enforcement action. The main reason given by FSA staff was the difficulty of establishing personal liability. This is precisely the problem addressed by the SMCR and the new concept of duty of responsibility. It did not say that it could have nabbed these guys had the reverse burden of proof been available. It made no mention of that whatever. Let me go back...

Isil: Psychoactive Substances Bill [Lords] (19 Oct 2015)

Lyn Brown: that our young people see these head shops in front of them on the high street, and then think that the shops are legal and safe because if they were not, the police would have come along and nabbed them. I will answer him later because we do need to think about what happens with an underground market. This Bill sends out a message to young people who are unaware that these substances...

Car Parking (Private Land) (16 Mar 2015)

Nigel Evans: ...and would not take money, and the other machine had a black bin bag over it. There was no attendant to take the money. She could not pay, so she went to the GP’s surgery and came back, thinking nothing of it. I wonder how many people were nabbed that day. She went home and left for South America on a backpacking holiday. Fortunately, her parents, my constituents, went to Manchester,...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Lake District National Park (3 Mar 2015)

Lord de Mauley: ...lakeshore 104 Penny Rock and White Moss Woods 105 Powter How car park 106 Powter How woods 107 Ravenglass Roman Fort 108 Ravenglass village car park 109 Ravenglass village public toilets 110 Rawlinson Nab 111 Red Pit car park 112 Rough Mire & Green Mire 113 Rusland Moss 114 Rusland Tannery 115 Rusland Woods (Border Moss Wood) 116 Rusland Woods (Glass Knott) ...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Schedule 2 (Articles 63B to 63O of the Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern Ireland ) Order 1989, as inserted) (19 Feb 2013)

Jim Wells: ...the 1970s and 1980s, an awful lot of its erstwhile friends would have been locked up long ago for their terrorist crimes.  Therefore, Sinn Féin, by its very DNA and nature, will always oppose anything that facilitates the police in nabbing the criminal.  That is its history.  We expect that from Sinn Féin. Mr McCartney can use all the lines and propaganda that he...

Engineering Careers (13 Feb 2013)

Nadine Dorries: ...involved in the school and take its business opportunities there. A bit like businesses used to do with “milk rounds” at universities years ago, Autotech could do a milk round in the school and try to nab them young and get them more interested in a different form of career. My hon. Friend is absolutely right: it would be an ideal solution to get engineers as members of the...

Public Bill Committee: Groceries Code Adjudicator Bill [Lords]: Clause 14 - Annual report (13 Dec 2012)

Jo Swinson: ...the hon. Member for Vale of Clwyd, who has been doing his job assiduously in the Committee, will be keen to know that I have just checked, and does not yet appear to have been nabbed. It currently says “unknown host”, so I do not know whether there will suddenly be a flurry of applications to the various authorities that give out domain names before we...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Prayer of Annulment S.R. 2012/203 (26 Jun 2012)

John Dallat: ...parks. For a long time, my constituency council looked out on one of those — until the Commission decided that the rent was too dear, but that is a different issue. I saw, day and daily, who was getting nabbed. Ross, it was not the people you talked about. Very largely, it was people who were retired. They came in, paid the money that they could afford, went in to the town centre to...

Imf (23 Apr 2012)

Edward Balls: ...8212;of the last few weeks, is not the Chancellor running scared of those on both sides of the House of Commons? Could the Chancellor also explain what has happened to the UK’s contribution to the IMF through the new agreement to borrow? When an IMF quota was first increased in 2009, it was understood that it would be offset by a reduction in UK exposure to the NAB—the new...

Opposition Day: [Un-Allotted Half Day] — Banking (Responsibility and Reform) (7 Feb 2012)

Michael McCann: ...times, but today the National Australia bank announced a review of its Clydesdale bank and Yorkshire bank. Combined, they employ 8,500 people in this country and have two UK networks, and the NAB is to re-evaluate its UK wing. Cameron Clyne, the NAB’s chief executive, said in his statement: “It is clear that the UK economy is likely to experience a much longer period of subdued...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Question for Urgent Oral Answer: A5 Road Scheme (14 Nov 2011)

Steven Agnew: Unfortunately, I have not had the opportunity to nab the Minister in the corridor, so I will take the opportunity now to remind him of the debate we had during election time on the ‘Politics Show’. At that time the Road Haulage Association said that it did not necessarily want new roads, but more efficient roads. Will the Minister prioritise any excess that he has in his budget...

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill: Committee (11th Day) (19 Jan 2011)

Lord Selsdon: ...secretary of the House of Lords Yacht Club and I am an islander. Historically, I come from Islay. My family are normally buried at sea and the female line like to have their caskets dropped off the Nab Tower-perhaps the Government can advise me on whether the Nab Tower is, or is not, part of the Isle of Wight. However, I do not agree with my noble friend Lord Hamilton, with whom I have the...

Apprenticeships and Skills (Public Procurement Contracts): Equitable Life (Payments) Bill (14 Sep 2010)

Fiona Bruce: ...mill town, Burnley, where my grandmother started weaving in the cotton mill as a girl, my father wore clogs at school and much of the life rawly depicted in William Woodruff's book, "The Road to Nab End", was for them a reality. But education, aspiration and determination, and the support of a loving family and strong local community, all of which I witnessed and benefited from as a child,...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Special Educational Needs (25 Mar 2010)

Diana R. Johnson: ...Junior School and BESD Unit 210 150 70.8 Brighton and Hove St. Mark's C of E Primary School 190 130 69.3 South Tyneside Laygate School 300 210 68.9 North Somerset St. Barnabas Church of England Primary School 40 30 67.6 Kirklees Ashbrow Junior School 150 100 67.5 Nottinghamshire Eastwood Junior School 90 60 65.1 Worcestershire The Fairfield...

[Mr. Eric Martlew in the Chair] — Motoring (9 Mar 2010)

Nigel Evans: ...they are approaching an area of potential problems. Hiding cameras shows clearly that there is no intention to indicate to motorists that they should slow down for a black spot; it is all about nabbing them, giving them three points and fining them. That simply should not be allowed. The Minister is nodding, but I have seen somebody hiding behind a letterbox. That should not be allowed....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Education Sectoral Format (18 Jan 2010)

Caitriona Ruane: ...225; á dhéanamh ag an dá Roinn, agus an chumarsáid eatarthu, maidir leis an staid reatha ag Ionad Choillidh Chanannáin. The Council welcomed the continuing progress of services available at the Middletown Centre for Autism. We noted and supported the ongoing active review by, and communication between, the Departments on the current situation at the centre. We also...

Scottish Parliament: Literacy Commission (14 Jan 2010)

Elizabeth Smith: If the member is referring to NAB materials within secondary schools, I think that there are deep concerns about that process—

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