People matching rail

Mr George Traill

Former MP for Caithness (10 Dec 1832 – 25 Aug 1869)

Mr Henry Trail

Former MP for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (27 Oct 1812 – 9 Jun 1813)

Mr James Trail

Former MP for Orford (7 Jul 1802 – 1 Nov 1806)

the Earl of Caithness

Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1964 – current)

Results 1–20 of 40000 for rail

Arrivals Duty Free at UK Airports - Question (30 Mar 2023)

Baroness Penn: ...the EU, we have been able to introduce changes. One of those changes has been outbound duty-free sales of alcohol and tobacco for passengers travelling to the EU from Great Britain, including by rail and on board cruise ships. That is a new opportunity for retailers to offer that service.

Business of the House (30 Mar 2023)

Mohammad Yasin: In Transport questions on 2 March, I raised a question with the Rail Minister about an issue of great importance to my constituents, who are trapped in homes they urgently need to sell but cannot because they are on or near the current line of route for East West Rail. In response to my question, the Minister offered a meeting. Unfortunately, I have had no response to a request I made the...

Previous Business – Lords: Grand Committee (30 Mar 2023)

How bus and rail passengers will benefit from the investment plans – Lord Berkeley. Short debate

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Industrial Disputes (30 Mar 2023)

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will hold further discussions with rail operators and representatives to help prevent delays and cancellations to train services due to industrial action.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Department for Transport: Electronic Equipment (30 Mar 2023)

Tan Dhesi: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether he has made an assessment of potential security risks resulting from the recent theft of a laptop from the Minister of State (Rail and HS2).

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Northern Transport Acceleration Council (30 Mar 2023)

Huw Merriman: ...Strategy. Core membership of NTAC consists of the transport ministers, northern metro mayors, the leaders of northern transport authorities, as well as the Chief Executives of Network Rail, Highways England and HS2 Ltd. and the chair of the NP11. Ministers are currently reviewing the format and structure of regular engagement in the north, including the role to be played by the...

Anti-social Behaviour Action Plan - Statement (29 Mar 2023)

Lord German: ...the danger of getting larger groups of people to do the same sort of work. I well remember seeing a group of people with hi-vis jackets, doing all the things that are in this plan, painting some railings outside a community hall. There was a minibus full of them, with one person supervising at one end and another person, who was supposed to be painting, on his phone at the other end. It...

Fuel Costs: Rural Households and Communities: Spring Budget: Wales — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] (29 Mar 2023)

Christina Rees: ...could have at least restored the £20-a-week uplift that recipients of universal credit received during the covid pandemic. That would have been a good start. The Minister will know how important rail investment is in Wales. On several occasions, I have raised the issue of Barnett consequentials coming to Wales as a result of HS2, as is happening in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The same...

Scotland: Rail Funding: HS2 Barnett Consequential (29 Mar 2023)

Rail Funding: HS2 Barnett Consequential

Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Mar 2023)

Richard Fuller: Will the Government require that East West Rail publishes a full business case before the allocation of any more taxpayers’ money to the project?

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill (29 Mar 2023)

Kevin Hollinrake: The Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill Impact Assessment and subsequent consultation-stage Impact Assessments for services in rail, fire and rescue, and ambulances were published and all provide an assessment of the potential impact on wages.

Written Answers — Treasury: Railways: North of England (29 Mar 2023)

Baroness Randerson: To ask His Majesty's Government whether Northern Powerhouse Rail is classified as an England and Wales project for the purposes of Barnett consequential funding; and if so, what aspects of that funding are spent in Wales.

Scottish Parliament: Re-opening of Railway Stations (Dumfriesshire) (29 Mar 2023)

Patrick Harvie: The regional transport partnership SWestrans has undertaken three transport appraisals, which have considered potential rail stations at Beattock, Eastriggs and Thornhill in Dumfriesshire. Transport Scotland officials have engaged with SWestrans on those appraisals and will respond on the three appraisal reports in the coming weeks.

Scottish Parliament: Ferries (Support for Island Communities) (29 Mar 2023)

Richard Leonard: unions, whose crew are believed to be hired on terms and conditions that are significantly inferior to those of CalMac Ferries crews. It is no wonder that, last week, the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers accused the Scottish Government of adopting P&O-style tactics through the back door. So, what did the Government know of this? Can the minister today give an...

Scottish Parliament: Winchburgh Train Station (29 Mar 2023)

Patrick Harvie: ...Transport Scotland is supportive of the proposal for a developer-funded station at Winchburgh. The Minister for Transport met Winchburgh Developments Ltd, Fiona Hyslop, Transport Scotland, Network Rail and West Lothian Council on 6 December 2022 to discuss progress in developing plans for the new station. Network Rail has been working on an estimate for the next stage of station design...

Scotland: Rail Funding: HS2 Barnett Consequential (29 Mar 2023)

Rail Funding: HS2 Barnett Consequential

Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Mar 2023)

Richard Fuller: Will the Government require that East West Rail publishes a full business case before the allocation of any more taxpayers’ money to the project?

P&O Ferries Redundancies (28 Mar 2023)

Ian Lavery: ...close loopholes nor, crucially, challenge the anti-trade union mindset at the heart of P&O and DP World’s despicable actions. Ex-P&O seafarers and their trade unions—the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, and Nautilus—are increasingly frustrated at the Government’s failure to penalise P&O Ferries, DP World or the flag states involved in this injustice, as...

25 Years of Devolution in Wales — [Sir Christopher Chope in the Chair] (28 Mar 2023)

Gerald Jones: ...has been widely attributed to the axing of the bursary. In transport, despite having 5% of the UK population, 11% of track miles and 20% of level crossings, Wales receives only between 1% and 2% of rail enhancement funding. That is not a fair funding settlement. The reality is that only Labour will devolve economic power and control out of Westminster. The next Labour Government will...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments: Staff (28 Mar 2023)

Alex Burghart: ...of Housing, Communities & Local Government Natural England NHS NHS England Office for National Statistics Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) Office of Rail and Road Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman Regulator of Social Housing Serious Fraud Office Small Business Commissioner Submarine Delivery Agency (SDA) Trade Remedies Authority UK Health...

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