All 4 results for packaging speaker:Steve Brine

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Dec 2014)

Steve Brine: ...Prime Minister experienced this summer the congestion regularly faced by my constituents at junction 9 of the M3 motorway. May I thank him on behalf of the people I represent for the comprehensive package of improvements announced by the Transport Secretary earlier this week? Does he share my view that my constituents can benefit from this kind of investment only because we have a taken...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Road Investment Strategy (1 Dec 2014)

Steve Brine: My constituents in Winchester will feel very listened to today. I have badgered my right hon. Friend about junction 9 of the M3 for many years, so he knows the importance of today’s comprehensive package of improvements for my area. It is a huge issue for us locally, because whenever there is a problem on the motorway, it backs up right into Winchester and especially into Winnall. It is...

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted day]: Flooding (26 Feb 2014)

Steve Brine: ...Minister—who is nodding—hears that point. In conclusion, there is always more the Government can do, and of course if there were an endless pot of money we could do everything we want. However, the relief package that has been put in place and administered so efficiently by Councillor Humby and his colleagues at Winchester city council is welcome, and it will be made use of by...

Consolidated Fund Bill: Higher Education Fees (9 Dec 2010)

Steve Brine: ...the House faces. I hope that these proposals will put higher education funding and student finance on a sustainable footing, improve the quality of university degrees and put a progressive support package in place for students that will not deter access on account of the absence of up-front fees. The Minister will be disappointed in me-I am glad to see him back in his place-if I do not...

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