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Public Bill Committee: Criminal Justice Bill: Schedule 26 - Repeals (27 Feb 2003)

Hilary Benn: schedule 26, page 285, line 29, at end insert— 'Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (c.29) In Schedule 11, paragraph 32.' No. 876, in schedule 26, page 285, leave out lines 34 and 35 and insert— 'Vagrancy Act 1824 (c.83) Section 5. Section 10. Railway Regulation Act 1842 (c.55) In section 17, the words from ''be imprisoned'' (where first occurring) to ''discretion...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Recycling (15 Oct 2002)

Michael Meacher: England. Authorities must, on average, double their 1998–99 recycling rate by 2003–04 and triple their 1998–99 rate by 2005–06. The Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) Regulations 1997 (as amended) set annual recovery and material-specific recycling targets for certain businesses. The material-specific recycling target of 19 per cent. set for...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Mineworkers (11 Apr 2002)

Alan Johnson: Groups of wards were submitted to the European Commission for consideration for Objective 2 status according to the Council Regulation (EC) No. 1260/1999 of 21 June 1999. The table shows the groups for wards in the South West and South East of England, and shows which NUTS 3 and 4 areas the wards were in. The table shows (a) whether the ward was ranked in the tenth lowest wards according to...

Fire Safety (Storage Premises) (18 Mar 2002)

Helen Jones: ...exact figures because of the way in which records are kept, but an answer my hon. Friend the Minister gave me on 25 October 2001 showed that, in the nine years to 1999, there had been between 702 and 883 fires in storage and distribution premises. Many of those fires will, thankfully, have been small, with the damage resulting from smoke or late calls. It is not unusual for blazes to...

Orders of the Day — Human Reproductive Cloning Bill[Lords] (29 Nov 2001)

Liam Fox: ...approach to much of this area has been sloppy and contradictory. I refer specifically to the debate on this subject on 15 December 2000, in which we received assurances from the Government about the state of the regulations that we were discussing. The Under–Secretary of State for Health, the hon. Member for Pontefract and Castleford (Yvette Cooper), said: "I turn to the issues...

Pre-Budget Report (27 Nov 2001)

Michael Howard: However, under his stewardship of the economy, Britain has fallen from ninth to l9th in the world competitiveness league. Is that not the real impediment to new job creation? Is it not the case that 3,865 new regulations were introduced last year alone, the highest figure on record? Why did a survey of 4,000 firms across Europe just last week say that companies run into more...

Orders of the Day — Gas Bill: Duty of Secretary of State and Director to Consult with Health and Safety Executive on Safety Qualifications of Gas Contractors (15 May 1995)

Nigel Griffiths: ...important that proper safeguards are in place, to ensure that the domestic gas consumer is not put at risk. There are many reasons for faults, and again the available statistics are helpful. For example, in 883 cases, the manner of installation was deemed to be dangerous. Modifications and alterations caused danger in 259 cases. Servicing and maintenance problems occurred in 87 cases and...

Opposition Day: Fisheries (18 Jan 1995)

Mr William Waldegrave: ...welcome the accession of Spain and Portugal. The Opposition do not welcome accession blindly or ignorantly or oblivious of the difficulties and anxieties".—[Official Report, 10 December 1985; Vol. 88, c. 883.] The hon. Member for Caithness and Sutherland (Mr. Maclennan), speaking for the Liberal Democrats, went a great deal further, saying: By bringing Spain into the fisheries regime...

Opposition Day: Food Safety, Research and Health (21 Jun 1989)

Mr Ronnie Fearn: have been allowed to cut corners. Consumers' rights have been neglected and the dangers to their health have become much more prevalent."—[Official Report, 21 February 1989; Vol. 147, c, 883.] Incidences of food poisoning have risen dramatically since that debate. My sources claim that they were investigating at least one and a half times as many cases this spring as last...

Orders of the Day — British Railways (Compensation) (17 Feb 1977)

John Horam: ...1974 introduced a new system of support for the passenger railway. Section 3 of the Act enables the Secretary of State, as the competent authority in Great Britain, to impose a general obligation on the Railways Board, under EEC Regulation 1191 of 1969, to operate its rail passenger system. This regulation is designed to prevent distortion of competition between railways and other modes...

Clause 1: Speed Limits (10 Dec 1975)

Mr Marcus Fox: .... Gentleman said: I should also remind the House that efficient driving and proper vehicle maintenance can save petrol as effectively as lower speeds." —[Official Report, 9th December 1974; Vol. 883, c. 39.] The Automobile Association went further than the Minister, who said in his Press handout dated 12th November of this year: Consumption of motor spirit in the first half of 1975,...

Eec (Consumer Protection) (16 Jan 1975)

Ms Audrey Wise: ...have achieved or are seeking. Take the example of para. 16 (viii), on page 7, where the document reads Substances which may form part of or be added to foodstuffs should be defined and their use regulated by reference to clear and precise positive limits. If that were a suggestion for legislation in the House I would support it. It seems ironic that the Government are seeking to modify...

Caravan Sites (Fire Precautions) (24 Jun 1971)

Mr Michael Heseltine: ...and to the case which has prompted my hon. Friend's interest in this matter. I agree with my hon. Friend that the tragedy to which she referred probably was beyond the control of any safety regulations. Indeed, the alacrity with which the Gloucester Fire Brigade appeared is to be commended. As I understand that situation, an elderly man went to bed and, it is presumed, smoked, and fell...

Finance Bill (Friendly Societies) (24 May 1966)

Mr Graham Page: ...bear with me for one moment more I think that I can do so. The position is that the Income Tax Act, 1952, Section 440, gave tax exemption to all friendly societies. Clause 27 of the Finance Bill limits and regulates this exemption, again in respect of all—and I repeat all—friendly societies. But it then proceeds to pick out certain friendly societies for special deprivation of...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1939.: Ministry of Transport. (5 Jul 1939)

Mr David Maxwell Fyfe: ...over seven years was one which did require a great deal of looking into, and I hope that my right hon. and gallant Friend will maintain the start that was suggested. It was stated in another place that 883 miles were included in the schemes at present under contemplation. In Lancashire we are rather sad to feel that the North and South road is not to be proceeded with. We realise the...

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